La definición de estudiante es: que estudia un día antes estu-di-antes
The AP Spanish Language and Culture course is intended for the highly motivated and capable student who would benefit from a more accelerated pace of learning and additional, more challenging areas of study. AP Spanish Language and Culture is a course for students who have completed the Spanish 7/8 course and/or have been recommended by his/her teacher for the AP level. The class will focus on both grammatical accuracy and communicative fluency. Grammatical knowledge and vocabulary will be refined and expanded so that, as a student, you will be able to more easily comprehend written and spoken Spanish, and more easily express your own ideas when writing and speaking. This class will allow you to continue to building proficiency in the areas of reading, writing, listening, and speaking through a variety of interactive and non-interactive activities such as: compositions, essays, oral presentation, role plays, in-depth studies of Spanish and Latin American literature, history, and geography.
Our AP Spanish Language and Culture curriculum is composed of 6 thematic units established by College Board. The units cover a variety of societal and cultural issues that are important to our global community. The end desire of teaching these units is to nurture the students' growth as the become Global Citizens and help them make cultural connections when comparing their individual communities to those of the Spanish Speaking world. The 6 Thematic Units are: Personal and Public Identity; Families and Communities; Science and Technology; Beauty and Aesthetics; Contemporary Life; and Global Challenges.