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

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Day Two Finish your multiple choice review of the Contemporary Life theme with another topic from Albert.io’s study guide. Congratulations on your dedication, you are doing a great job so far. Like yesterday, if you need to, take some time to practice writing or speaking based on the topic you learned about in today’s reading comprehension. If you’d like, visit BBC Mundo again and look for news stories relating to the topic you chose for today’s theme review. Otherwise, use another source for your listening practice, then review today’s vocabulary.
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One-Month AP Spanish Language Study Guide Cont. 123 Interested in an Albert license? E-mail us at [email protected] Day Three Time for some more frq practice! Again, go to the CollegeBoard website and access question 3 from 2016 and question 4 from 2015 to practice the Contemporary Life theme. Review the answers and pay close attention to what the graders thought was important. Add any relevant information to the theme page in your notebook. Since these are speaking portions, it is recommended to actually record your responses so you can go over them carefully when you look at the answer key. Then, spend some time listening to Spanish using whatever resources you have available. Day Four Now, review the Personal and Public Identities theme. Choose a topic on the Albert.io study guide and complete at least 15 multiple choice questions. By this time, at least 5 questions should be from the “difficult” category and, remember, if you struggle with time management, give yourself a limited amount of time to answer each question. Then, if you want some extra speaking or writing practice, try summarizing the reading you did today. Remember, if you want to practice speaking, record yourself so you can listen to what you said again and see how you can improve. The recommended listening exercise for today is from a hotel receptionist talking about her day. The audio also comes with preterite and imperfect practice. Of course, you could also use your own resources if you’d like, but don’t forget your 7 vocabulary words!
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One-Month AP Spanish Language Study Guide Cont. 124 Interested in an Albert license? E-mail us at [email protected] Day Five It’s day two of the Personal and Public Identities theme, so choose another topic from the study guide and give it a try. Remember to write any topic ideas you come across on the theme page in your notebook. Having a list of ideas to talk or write about will come in handy during the test so you will always have something to talk about. Choose your own resources today for the listening practice and look over all the vocabulary you have learned so far to make sure you still remember most of them. Day Six Round out your review of the Personal and Public Identities theme by answering question 1 on the 2015 AP Spanish Language exam on the CollegeBoard website .
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