D1-The-Ultimate-Student’s-Guide-to-Preparing-for-the-AP-Spanish-Language-Exam-v2.pdf

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it, so can you! Starting tomorrow, you will begin working on AP Spanish multiple choice and frq practice questions based on the 6 themes listed above. Therefore, if you have any grammar topics you are still confused on, make sure you review those in addition to the assigned practice questions. To finish today’s review, do your own listening practice, or browse around the BBC Mundo page. The best part about BBC Mundo is that the reporters have different accents and speak at different speeds, so try to listen to a few different news reports in whatever topic you like. There is not a specific speaking type on the AP exam; rather the exam writers like to include different accents and dialects in the listening portion of the exam. Listening to as many kinds of speakers before you sit down for the exam in May will definitely help your performance.
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One-Month AP Spanish Language Study Guide Cont. 118 Interested in an Albert license? E-mail us at [email protected] Week Two From here on out, your review will focus mainly on multiple choice and frq practice with a bit of grammar review. You will work through the practice problems on Albert.io for the 6 AP Spanish themes as well as complete practice frq questions from the CollegeBoard website. As you practice each theme, write down topic ideas in your notebook and make sure to note anything you struggle with on the “Topics to Review” page. Day One For the next two days, focus on the first theme, Global Challenges. First, read over any notes you took about the theme and the topics under the theme you wrote down. Then, go to the Albert.io AP Spanish Multiple Choice study guide. Choose a topic under the Global Challenges category that interests you and answer at least 15 of the questions. As you go through the questions, write down any more ideas of topics under the theme you come up with in your notebook. Writing is also a very important part of the AP Exam as 2 of the 4 free response questions require a written answer. So, to get extra practice, write a short paragraph in your notebook about the topic under Global Challenges you chose for today. Write a summary of the readings you practiced or just a reflection on how Global Challenges affect your life. Then, do your daily tasks. Either revisit the BBC Mundo page or find your own resources. Don’t forget your vocabulary words. At this point, you can also start looking back at words you learned on day 1 and 2 to make sure you still remember them.
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One-Month AP Spanish Language Study Guide Cont. 119 Interested in an Albert license? E-mail us at [email protected] Day Two Continue working on the Global Challenges theme. Today, pick another topic on the Albert.io study guide and do another 15 questions. By this point, you should have a good grasp of the format of the AP Spanish Language multiple choice question style. If you would like to practice writing, also write a small paragraph in your notebook as a reflection on what you reviewed today. If you can, try to incorporate as many verb tenses as possible for extra practice.
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