Advance Placement Spanish Language and Culture is a college board created course designed to advance students in the learning of Spanish Language to high levels of dexterity. It is offered to students at high school levels and assessed by the college board. The AP exam demands students to prove being capable of communicating in the target language in all four elements of the language: reading, listening, writing, and speaking.

Advance Placement Spanish Language and Culture is a college board created course designed to advance students in the learning of Spanish Language to high levels of dexterity. It is offered to students at high school levels and assessed by the college board. Students will have to prove they are able to communicate in the target language in all 4 elements of the language: reading, listening, writing, and speaking.

Course Objectives

Students will be able to provide and obtain information, and/or express their feelings, ideas and opinions in the following areas:

  1. Vacation
  2. Food/Ordering in a Restaurant
  3. Clothing/Shopping
  4. Daily routine
  5. Sports
  6. Family (in-depth)

Course Goals

Broaden vocabulary base

Narrate in present, past, and future tenses

Order in a restaurant

Purchase clothing in a store

Describe different clothing styles

Describe daily routine

Understand the overall theme and some details of a conversation

Develop fluid oral expression for concrete and personalized topics

Pre-IB Spanish 2

This course is an introduction to the Spanish language. It is taught through the skills of listening, reading, writing, and speaking. Students will learn to understand the Spanish language at a basic level. Students will communicate with simple verbal or written responses. Spanish sounds will be learned through imitation. Basic grammar and sentence structure will be taught along with everyday vocabulary. Many cultural topics of the Spanish-speaking world will be introduced and interspersed throughout the course.