Honors Spanish V (AP)

Spanish V is designed to parallel the skill development of a 3rd year college Spanish course in advanced composition and conversation. It focuses on the mastery of listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills. Service learning is encouraged. This course explores the six themes (units), as selected by the College Board for the AP Language and Culture course: Global Challenges; Science and Technology; Contemporary Life; Personal and Public Identities; Families and Communities; and Beauty and Aesthetics. Students taking this course will be informed about university retroactive credits, the Spanish placement exam, and the Spanish AP Exam. The cultures of Latin America and Spain and the Spanish speaking world are embedded into the units of study to promote cultural literacy through the use of literature, texts, films, music, audio files, the Internet, and other media.

WHO SHOULD TAKE THIS COURSE?
  • Students who are self-motivated to learn and explore the Spanish language and culture.
  • Students who want to become proficient in communicating in Spanish.
  • Students that are willing to read and comprehend various texts and be able to discuss personal ideas.

WHAT KNOWLEDGE WILL BE GAINED?
  • Proficiency in Spanish
  • World perspective on cultural diversity
  • Preparedness for Placement and AP Testing

FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Mrs. Reyna Nicia
(262) 348-2000, ext. 2813





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