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AP Spanish Language & Culture

Tecnologia/Technology

Assignment #1

Visit the website.  Watch the video and complete the exercises vocabulary, fill-in-the-blanks, etc.  Screen Short Activities 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 and submit

https://www.profedeele.es/actividad/video/inteligencia-artificial/

If you cannot access the web site, write an essay describing the advantages and disadvantages of "artificial inteligence".

Assignment #2 

Read the Google Car article.  For vocabulary, guess the meanings from context; then look up in dictionary if necessary.  Answer the multilple choice questions based on the reading.  

AP Google Car Article 

Google Car Reading Vocab

Google Car Questions

Assignment #3

Vocabulary - Natural phenomenons 

Last page of vocabulary handout (orange sheet) - look up the vocabulary.

Write a complete Spanish sentence with 15 vocabulary words and draw a picture to represent the sentence/word.

Desafios globales / Global Challenges

Assignment #4

Review and study the vocabulary for the unit.

Design a quiz that you would give to the class using the vocabulary. 

Assignment #5

a.  Medio Ambiente Reading – read the article and answer the questions.

Medio Ambiente Reading

b.  Review the vocabulary for el Medio Ambiente.  Identify the issues that we encounter in our region/low country/South Carolina and make a list in Spanish.

Medio Ambiente Vocab

c.  Select a Spanish-Speaking country and research what environmental issues they experience.  Create a Venn Diagram comparing the country and our region -- be sure to make at least 3 or 4 comparions - similarities and/or differences.

Assignment #6 

Read the poem by Antonio Machado and answer the questions the follow.

Poema Machado Medio Ambiente

 

 

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The textbook covers the usual array of topics for a Spanish I course. The organization is stellar - with clear Table of Contents and ease of navigation.read more

The textbook covers the usual array of topics for a Spanish I course. The organization is stellar - with clear Table of Contents and ease of navigation.

The grammar and vocabulary topics are accurate.

The content in the text itself includes grammatical information organized into charts with narrative explanations. The exercises are easy to work with and use many contextualized fill-in-the-blank responses. Some links are provided to current articles and videos on-line. The links are excellent and relevant, but there are not many of them. The text creator promises a web site soon with many more features of this type.

Students will appreciate the very clear presentation of topics. The basic material can be enhanced with personalized videos by the individual course instructors, and/or with classroom sessions on the topics.

The text has a consistent design and framework. Each of the 5 chapters has 8 sections, There are three sets of materials for each section: PARA ESTUDIAR EN CASA, PARA PRACTICAR EN CASA, and PARA PARTICIPAR EN CLASE. It's a good resource, especially for a hybrid course.

The division into chapters and sections is well-conceived and easy to follow. The content may be a little too expansive in each chapter for an introductory level course. I would recommend instructors customize the content to suit their own course design.

The vocabulary and grammar topics integrate well with one another, and the cultural selections fit the larger themes.

The text is accessible as a pdf file with live links to some online content. There are no clickable or fillable activities, something that's appealing to students for practice activities. This text offers practice exercises, but they are necessarily in an interactive on-line format. It's a great resource to replace a classroom text or a traditional workbook.

This text is highly accurate and cleanly edited.

The general Hispanic cultural segments are good, but the representation of diverse people and cultures could be improved.

This text is a great resource that replaces a traditional text or eBook for a course. It can also be used as a workbook guide for students to submit homework assignments. This does not replace interactive material that can be completed fully on-line, but it is very useful for Spanish students wanting to have a comprehensive, accurate, and well-organized set of materials for class. The ability to modify content is appealing and makes the text more flexible. Students may opt to print a copy for a nominal fee, or they can use the free pdf file with live links to web-based content. I definitely recommend this text for Elementary Spanish!

The instructions for the activities and grammar explanations are quite long. It is better to have short and concise grammar explanations.read more

The instructions for the activities and grammar explanations are quite long. It is better to have short and concise grammar explanations.

Everything is accurate and error free.

The topics and information is relevant to Spanish language teaching.

The instructions could be accessible to students.

Good and consistent use of terminology and framework.

The chapters are too long for a beginning Spanish class.

The book uses a common and logical topics and sections.

No issues encountered

No grammatical errors.

The cultural content is inclusive for a Spanish language class.

None.

No glossary or index but there is a table of contents and the sections are very well organized. It is easy to find what you are looking for.read more

No glossary or index but there is a table of contents and the sections are very well organized. It is easy to find what you are looking for.

Content is accurate.

The questions about the book itself and organization, titled " Sections and Parts of the chapters", is superfluous. Content in itself is timeless and even includes modern linguistic things like the use of "@" in [email protected]

All grammar topics covered are explained well and can be understood easily by the professor, but students may need extra examples or a more basic explanation first.

Very consistent format.

Nice, straight forward activities with each lesson.

Organization makes sense and follows a natural progression.

Logical and plain interface.

Grammar is fine.

Good, but could use more content on Latin America. It is very Spain focused.

Overall a solid textbook with lots of workbook activities for students, I would definitely use this book and supplement it with videos, conversation, readings, etc. A great guide with brief explanations/lessons for a variety of basic topics. Other Spanish textbooks are more immersive and have instructions for activities in Spanish, whereas this is a very English heavy textbook. The lack of images is understandable but makes the book less visually exciting.

This book does a great job at covering vocabulary and grammatical structures for a beginner level Spanish course. However, the preterite and mandatos sections near the end of the book are often taught in higher level courses. There is no index orread more

This book does a great job at covering vocabulary and grammatical structures for a beginner level Spanish course. However, the preterite and mandatos sections near the end of the book are often taught in higher level courses. There is no index or glossary. I would recommend adding one so students can quickly search for a topic when reviewing material. It would be ideal to have more culture, speaking, and listening activities embedded into the book.

There are a few typos throughout the book that could affect student pronunciation. Overall, the content in this book is accurate and unbiased.

The book primarily teaches vocabulary and grammar for a beginner level Spanish course. All of the information provided is necessary to begin learning Spanish, and therefore, the text will not be obsolete within a short period of time. Some of the cultural information and the assignments that use examples of key people may become obsolete over time, but those will be easy to update and won't affect the overall goal of the text.

The book is written in English. The text is clear and concise. Student level was considered when writing this book. Explanations, especially of grammar, are written at a level understandable for any college student.

The book is well designed. An explanation of the book's layout is provided at the beginning and that layout remains consistent throughout the text. After completing the first lesson and chapter, students will easily know what to expect and how to proceed in the course.

Each chapter is broken down into eight sections. The author did an excellent job using subheadings to divide the material. It would be easy for an instructor to assign certain sections from the text so that it aligns with his/her learning objectives and course material.

The organization of this text is quite impressive! There are five chapters that are broken down into eight sections. The sections are further broken down by sections titled "to study at home, practice at home, and practice in class". The material flows easily from section to section, building off of each other until the culmination of a chapter. The capstone project at the end of each chapter is ideal to assess students on the material.

The PDF is easy to open and the presentation is not distraction. The table of contents has links that take you to the beginning of each chapter. There were numerous audio recordings that did not work for me. However, links to outside materials worked fine.

No grammatical errors were noted.

None of the grammar is culturally insensitive or offensive. That said, there is not a lot of culture in the text. It would have been nice to see more images as well as incorporating culture into the grammar sections. I believe some of the articles in Spanish that are used in the cultural sections are more advanced than beginner level and would be difficult for them to read/comprehend.

The author did an outstanding job creating this text. It is organized and easy to follow. The grammar explanations are concise and the assignments build in difficulty. It is lacking in some areas, such as culture and listening/speaking type activities, but it would be easy for an instructor to add additional resources in these areas to ensure students are learning all language skills.

The textbook is very well organized and divided into 5 clear units. The opening page of each unit explicitly states the learning objectives. However, there is no general overview of the grammar topics given at the beginning of the text (in theread more

The textbook is very well organized and divided into 5 clear units. The opening page of each unit explicitly states the learning objectives. However, there is no general overview of the grammar topics given at the beginning of the text (in the index). Rather, they are spread throughout the text and require the need to flip through the various chapters. The book does not have a glossary.

The content in the textbook is accurate and unbiased.

The text does not include pictures, photos, or other items that could quickly become obsolete. The culture topics and explanations of colloquialisms provided throughout the units do not refer to contemporary topics that will quickly change. The grammar content is very solid, and the activities could be used easily for several years.

The book is written very clearly from a U.S. English grammar perspective. It is accessible and will easily reinforce grammar rules as well as help students make connections between U.S. English and Spanish grammar.

This textbook is very consistent in approach. Each Unit is divided into 8 sections by learning objective. Each learning objective section is divided in the same manner, a flip class approach (Para estudiar en casa), then a practice section (Para practicar en casa), and finally an interactive production type practice for class (Para practicar en clase). This format was clear and offered the same format throughout the text.

The text is clearly divided into smaller sections within the units. It would be very possible to assign different sections. I would caution that this could be somewhat tricky because many of the production activities rely on previous knowledge of vocabulary and concepts. So, some rework would be needed if making drastic changes in the order of learning units.

This textbook does a very nice job within each learning objective to offer the students adequate explanation and practice before producing and applying the concepts in class. It is well scaffolded throughout and allows the students to build knowledge and confidence in the language as well as build up to the bigger capstone projects at the end of the units.

In the online version (PDF), some of the recordings would not work. Other links easily connected but would open in a new window causing issues in moving between the resources and the text. The subcategories listed on each unit’s opening page links directly to that section, making it very easy to maneuver the online resources. The printed version, however, does not provide access to recordings. Thus, students will have to pay close attention to both the text and online features in order to follow each unit’s skill practice.

There are a couple typos, but no errors that would impact the understanding of the content.

The text offers minimal culture. The culture topics do not use examples that are inclusive of a variety of races, ethnicities, or backgrounds. This may have been intentional to keep the text very generalized; however, it does a disservice of representing the rich cultural and varied ethnicities in the Spanish speaking world. There is one video which should be replaced with a more authentic representation of the cultures of the Americas. Some of the photos used in the video do not authentically represent the cultures of the Spanish speaking countries.

I feel like this text offers a nice skeletal base to use for building a course. The grammar explanations are clear and concise, and the practice activities are easy to understand. I feel like any teacher would have to infuse more lively photographs and deeper culture exploration to really make the course connect to the students.

Effective index and/or glossary was available at the beginning of each section (or unit). It may be useful to consolidate all these into one "central" index that shows everything from all sections all at once. When teaching throughout the semesterread more

Effective index and/or glossary was available at the beginning of each section (or unit). It may be useful to consolidate all these into one "central" index that shows everything from all sections all at once. When teaching throughout the semester I always want to be able to find my place at a glance if I need to give the students reference to something learned several weeks earlier. This becomes even more critical when using only screens and electronic materials. (I give a 1 for only this concept) The content is appropriate for a first level Spanish that wishes to cover only the present, beginning of the preterit, imperative and perifrastic future. (I give a 5 for only this concept.) 5+1=6 divided by 2 = 3

Some minor mistakes (spelling or typos) that can easily be corrected with a thorough proof-reading. No reason to consider bias (no examples of stereotypes or prejudiced assumptions by gender, race/ethnicity, age, sexual preference/identity, ideology, religion, etc.) From this point of view the book is almost "asceptic"; but it does not necessarily pretend to discuss any of these social constructs or sets of beliefs, therefore it is not a problem.

Yes, quite "neutral" so it can be considered "timeless."

Good explanations of grammar concepts accesible to non-grammarians or someone without extensive linguistics knowledge. This is particularly useful in the context of teaching to students educated in the US system, as my experience shows me that very few students have been taught grammatical structure in the English mother tongue.

Yes, the structure and design is well organized and consistent throughout the book.

The only problem with division by modularity in this case is how the individual instructors in different teaching centers will consider using this book. That is not a problem inherent to the book itself, but will need to be resolved by each instructor willing to consider its use. For example: the order of content is easily shuffled if the instructor prefers to do the present progressive immediately after teaching the present tense of "estar" or divide it in some other way.

The organization of the book clearly follows the logic of the author and their teaching style/experience/objectives. This is true of all textbooks; but the instructor willing to use this book needs to become familiar and enter into the logic of the author to effectively use this book. It was hard for me to judge from just the review; I had to work at it to understand the logic and render justice to this review. I would definitely need to work much much much more to adapt it for my classroom.

The audio files (for pronunciation sections) were not available to me. The newspaper article or video files linked were available without problem but did open in the same window. When it was time to "return" to the page in the book were I was studying I could only use the return arrow from my browser and it brought me to the beginning of the document, so I had to make sure I took note of my page before departing so I could jump there again. These two problems should be fixed.

The book is trying to walk a very fine line between the flipped classroom and avoid heavy grammar content (which experience tells us is "boring" to most students). However, some of the video links (for example the one on greetings) work exclusively from the English without any grammar explanation. This could be justified as a practical approach and can work effectively for students; it does leave the grammar explanation to the instructor who may choose to cover it or not at their discretion.

I give a 3 as a "neutral" value: the book is neither sensitive nor insensitive. I did not see any content directly related to any cultural images or concept that could be construed either way.

The changes this textbook needs are not major and could be easily implemented. It should be exciting to see Dr. Dean complete the rest of grammatical concepts of Spanish introduction (presumably with a second part to this text.)

The content is understandable for the students and instructors. It has clear instructions and explanations. It covers the first basic topics in grammar and vocabulary. The textbook does not have some important content such as readings, videos, andread more

The content is understandable for the students and instructors. It has clear instructions and explanations. It covers the first basic topics in grammar and vocabulary. The textbook does not have some important content such as readings, videos, and listening activities. In addition, it lacks cultural topics.

There are a few typos that I notice but in general, the book is well written and has accurate information.

The book has some of the most important for beginners studying Spanish. However, instructors would need to add some extra resources because the book alone is not enough, especially it is needed more listening activities and topics related to current events.

The explanations are written in English. It would be helpful to have at the beginning of the book some explanation of basic grammar terms such as verbs, conjugation, and other grammar expressions. I will also add more drawings for visual learners.

The organization of the book is consistent. The vocabulary and chapters are structured clearly and all the sections have a review and a project.

The textbook is organized into 5 chapters and each one of these chapters is divided into parts that are easy to use. The table of content provides information about where to find specific information.

The book is well organized and clear. From the beginning, one can see that the book is divided into 5 chapters with 8 sections. It also follows a flipped classroom technique in which students are prepared before coming to the classroom and then they practice with the instructors during the time of the lesson.

The book is on PDF and it has some videos and listening activities. Students will require to have an internet connection to be able to use the links that the book provides. On the other hand, some of the links are not working.

It is well written and it has few typos.

The book includes some cultural information that is not culturally offensive. However, I would include more information about the various countries that speak Spanish including the United States, and their characteristics.

The book can be used correctly by adding a lot of extra resources. It requires a lot of cultural information about the Hispanic countries that can help to motivate students to learn the language. Instructors also should add a lot of visuals, videos, and listening activities because they are important for the students to be able to acquire the language.

For both teachers and students, the content, would be easy to understand.read more

For both teachers and students, the content, would be easy to understand.

There are a couple of spelling mistakes,

Grammar and Vocabulary are relevant for this level.

All instructions are in English.

Students will follow easily the format.

Yes, the textbook activities are numbered so the instructor can easily divide the content.

The topics are presented from easier to harder to understand. There are activities that help the reader review and reinforce grammar topics.

Display features don´t distract or confuse the reader. Excellent presentation.

Well done. The use of acronyms, short explanations, examples when needed will make it easier for the reader to understand and retain.

I would like to have more cultural content for my classes.

The PDF is searchable. Well done.

The book is very thorough in covering beginning topics of grammar and vocabulary. There are also very well-conceived and comprehensive student projects at the end of each chapter. However, the text is lacking in comprehensible input (readings,read more

The book is very thorough in covering beginning topics of grammar and vocabulary. There are also very well-conceived and comprehensive student projects at the end of each chapter. However, the text is lacking in comprehensible input (readings, audio recordings, videos) and has very little cultural content. Each chapter begins with a complete list of learning objectives, but there is no glossary.

I noticed a couple of minor typos, but otherwise all of the content was accurate and error-free. I didn't detect any particular bias.

Since the book focuses on grammar and vocabulary, there isn't much content that will become obsolete quickly. There are a few exceptions, such as the inclusion of President Trump in a Chapter 1 spelling activity; mentions of Brad Pitt, Taylor Swift, and Jennifer Lawrence in Chapter 1; and a list of athletes in Chapter 5. However, these could very easily be updated.

Grammar is explained very clearly in a way that should be accessible to college undergraduates. However, the text doesn't contain any images that could be used to illustrate new vocabulary and clarify meaning. For example, pictures or drawings would be helpful to clarify a pair of dialogues in Chapter 1 in which a student is talking about him/herself in one dialogue, while in the second dialogue a professor and student are talking about someone else. As another example, images and floor plans would be helpful to identify house and furniture vocabulary in Chapter 3. In every chapter, there are activities for which students are instructed to read aloud or practice pronunciation at home, yet there aren't any recordings to provide models for students. These activities are likely to be futile for beginning Spanish learners to do at home. In Chapter 3, students are directed to 4 articles on El País, which are interesting authentic materials, but they are much too difficult to be accessible to a beginning Spanish student.

The textbook follows a highly consistent structure throughout. I noticed two inconsistencies in vocabulary (the use of both el pijama and la pijama, and the use of both la pluma and el bolígrafo), but these are very minor and could actually serve as effective examples of regional variation.

The text is especially strong in this area. There are five chapters, each of which is divided into eight sections; and each section is further divided into subsections--following a flipped-classroom model--"Para estudiar en casa," "Para practicar en casa," and "Para practicar en clase."

The text is well-organized, and topics are presented in a way that is consistent with other beginning Spanish textbooks.

There are links to videos and articles in El País that work just fine. However, there are links to audio recordings in Chapter 1 that don't work, and there are instructions in Chapter 5 to "listen to the model," but without a links to recordings. A minor annoyance is that when you follow a link to an external page and then return to the textbook, it takes you back to the first page rather than to the page you had been reading.

Other than a few minor typos, I didn't find any grammatical errors.

The text has very little cultural content, and there isn't anything that I found insensitive or offensive. At the same time, the lack of cultural content (and the lack of photographs) is a missed opportunity for the inclusion of the wide diversity of races and ethnicities that make up the Spanish-speaking world. One important exception is the cultural note in Section b. of gender-neutral language, such as "[email protected]" and "[email protected]"

This textbook offers very clear explanations of beginning Spanish grammar and incorporates relevant and useful beginning vocabulary. There is a plethora of exercises and activities that move from controlled to open-ended practice, including excellent end-of-chapter projects that require synthesis of each chapter's topics. This would be an excellent text for an instructor who wishes to focus on these areas. Beyond grammar and vocabulary, an instructor would likely need to supplement the text with additional cultural materials as well as comprehensible input in the form of readings, graphics, or audio and video recordings.

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What is the AP Spanish language and culture exam?


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In the preparation answers ap practice exam of spanish language and culture you have to demonstrate the communication and language skills, developed in the course and the understanding of Spanish speaking cultures.

There are six units for the exam, families in different societies: the influence of language and culture, and the influences of beauty and art identity, how science and technology affect our lives, factors that influence quality of life, and environmental, political and social challenges; these are the topics that will be covered in the AP Spanish literature exam.

These topics come from the recommended contexts of language and culture that are personal and public identities: science and technology, global challenges, families and communities, beauty and aesthetics, and contemporary life; therefore you should be prepared to read texts, listen to audios, write and speak about these topics in Spanish, especially with regard to the culture of Spanish-speaking countries.

The skills tested on the exam are those seen on the screen; you must be able to understand the text, make connections, interpret the text, make meanings, speak to others, write to others, present orally, and present a written statement in Spanish on the Spanish Language and Culture Ap exam.

The AP Spanish exam is divided into two sections: the first is multiple choice and the second is free response.

In section one, multiple choice: there is a part A and a part B.

Part A has 30 multiple choice questions about reading texts only; part B has 35 multiple choice questions about reading texts and listening to audio sources, and then answering the questions about them.

In the second free answer section there are four questions:

  • The first question is an email response: you have to read a short email and then respond in writing, for which you are allotted 15 minutes
  • The second question is an argumentative essay: you have almost an hour to do this section.
    You are asked to read a text and interpret a text, usually a graphic table or a figure, and listen to an audio source; then you are asked to write an argumentative or persuasive essay to answer a question, synthesizing the information from those three sources.
  • The third question is a pre-recorded  conversation practice in which the other person&#;s parts are already recorded and every couple of seconds there is a pause, there is a tone and a 20 second pause; you are then given the opportunity to respond to what the person has just said or to answer his or her question, and you have 20 seconds for every time there is a pause.
  • Fourth question: the last part of the exam is a cultural comparison speech. There is a question or topic such as &#;culture-related,&#; and you are asked to compare your culture to the culture of the Spanish-speaking world or a Spanish-speaking country, in addition to talking about that topic; for that section you only have four minutes to think and prepare your answer and then two minutes to record your answer.

This is what the exam looks like.

The way it is graded is on a scale from one to five, five being the maximum you can do, and it is a combination of your multiple choice answers as well as your free answer answers.

For the multiple choice section the audio and texts are taken from a lot of different types of materials: some of the questions are promotional material, i.e. advertisements; some are literary texts, e.g. a short section of a novel, a short section of a story, poetry, things like that.

Some of them are interpretations of articles and charts, newspaper articles, graphs, tables or data, in Spanish.

Some of the texts are a letter that has to be read in addition to the audio, and for some of the texts, the reading; there are audio reports and articles, for example: audio news, reports, conversations, graphics, interviews, instructions&#; as well as presentations such as a formal speech.

Finally for the free response section, again just to repeat, the first part is an email response: you have to read a short email and then write a response to it; in the second part the argumentative essay is given to you from two sources: the printed one and the audio one, and you have time to read and listen, prepare and organize your thoughts, and then write an essay integrating the information from the sources to support your argument; in the third part you are participating in a simulated conversation that is pre-recorded every time it is your turn, and you have five turns, and every time it is your turn you have 20 seconds to answer; finally the last free response question is the cultural comparison speech where you need to compare an aspect of the Spanish speaking community with that which you are familiar with in your own culture or community, to demonstrate an understanding of the culture of the Spanish speaking community.

This is an explanation of the AP spanish preparing for the language and culture examination answers. I hope it can help you.

Exam Components:

  • Section 1A: Multiple Choice
    30 questions&#;&#;- 40mins&#;&#;&#; 23% of Score
  • Section 1B: Multiple Choice with Audio
    35 questions&#;&#; 55mins &#;&#;27% of Score
  • Section 2A: Free Response Written
    2 questions&#;&#;&#; 1hr 10mins&#;&#;&#; 25% of Score
  • Section 2B: Free Response Spoken
    2 questions &#;&#;18mins&#;&#; 25% of Score
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Was it because I had slept for almost eight thousand years. Anna galloped back to the cave, while I, armed with a piece of driftwood, began to dig. The top layer, which had absorbed the moisture of the recent rain, leaked through my fingers and, before I could remove. A couple of large pieces suitable for carrying, it was smeared in clay from head to toe. At the cave, Anna deftly butchered fish carcasses and, seeing me with a load, pointed to the shore with a knife.

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