- Course type: Self-paced
- Available Lessons: 101
- Average Lesson Length: 8 min
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Course SummaryReview AP Spanish concepts with this self-paced AP Spanish Language and Culture: Exam Prep course. The course's short lessons and quizzes can help you prepare for the AP Spanish exam, and it can also benefit anyone who wants to get ahead in a Spanish class or improve their basic Spanish skills.
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About This Course
Check out this course's simple and engaging lessons to strengthen your knowledge of the Spanish language and culture. You'll study fundamental Spanish grammar rules and writing conventions, as well as vocabulary that's related to the cultures of Spanish-speaking countries. The course comes with a variety of listening activities, self-assessment quizzes and chapter exams that are designed to solidify your understanding of important AP Spanish topics. You can access this course at any time to prepare for the AP Spanish exam, and you can also submit questions to our subject-matter experts if you need any help with the material.
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Syllabus & Course Information
The content of this course is closely aligned with the topics that appear on the AP Spanish Language and Culture exam. The course can help you improve your Spanish speaking, listening, reading and writing skills. When you're finished with the course, you should be able to:
- Say the Spanish alphabet
- Understand basic writing conventions in Spanish
- Recognize Spanish verb tenses
- Have basic conversations in Spanish
- Describe people and location descriptions in Spanish
- Express opinions in Spanish
- Display Spanish reading comprehension and writing skills
- Outline the geography of Latin America
- Evaluate the culture, history, politics and cultural etiquette of Spanish-speaking countries
- Define politics, science, and technology terms in Spanish
- Talk about environmental and social issues in Spanish
- Discuss Spanish family and community topics
- Translate Spanish vocabulary for art, architecture, aesthetics and beauty
This course contains 18 chapters and a total of 101 lessons. Our lessons are designed to be simple and entertaining so you can easily understand the information and enjoy the studying process. Be sure to take the accompanying lesson quizzes, chapter exams and final course assessment to memorize important Spanish terms.
AP Spanish Language and Culture Exam Information
You'll take this AP exam at the end of your year-long AP Spanish Language and Culture course. Students who perform well on AP exams may be able to earn college credit and advanced placement in their colleges/universities.
- Approximate Number of Questions: 69
- Question Types: Multiple-choice and free-response
- Time Limit: 3 hours
- Exam Cost: $94
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