Talk:AP Spanish/Archive 1

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GREAT CLASS! ESPERO QUE TODOD SLOS ESTUDIANTES DE LAS ESCUELAS LO TOMEN. ES UNA CLASE MUY BUENA Y NO ES MUY DIFICIL BASADE EN SU CONTEXTO. SE ESTUDIAN COSAS MUY INTERESANTES Y LES SUGESTIONO (esto debería de ser "sugerir"... -1 punto) A TODOS TOMAR EL CURSO. :)

71.138.164.140 05:10, 22 September 2006 (UTC)AP SMARTIE

Lo tomé el año pasado. Lo mejor de la clase fue conseguir un 5 en el exámen :) Niffweed17, Destroyer of Chickens 22:52, 18 October 2006 (UTC)

¿Sacaste un cinco en el examen, y no sabes que examen no lleva acento? Exámenes, sí, pero un examen, no. Davidleeroth (talk) 06:16, 28 August 2008 (UTC)


The class was fun... the exam (for non-native speakers) not so much.

AP Spanish 5?![edit]

In most schools, at least in the state of Texas, the class is AP Spanish 4, with only two or three years of regular (or Pre-AP) classes required for graduation. --Shruti14 talksign 00:55, 1 September 2008 (UTC)

New York, too. --Clcrhiggaeeermo —Preceding unsigned comment added by 67.84.66.81 (talk) 11:01, 6 November 2008 (UTC)

In our school in New Jersey, it is Spanish 5, and there is no AP Literature 71.0.99.39 (talk) 20:50, 6 December 2008 (UTC)

... which is why I suggest that the reference to the course being called "AP Spanish 5" in the article be removed. There's too much variation of this between schools, and the naming of the course really has little to do with the College Board's test or course recommendations.

Changes to test[edit]

The changes that it mentions for the new exam...that's not how the link says the test is at all71.0.99.39 (talk) 20:50, 6 December 2008 (UTC)

Someone got a little adjective-happy...[edit]

This is taken directly from the article, with bolding added for emphasis:

Despite the best attempts by the College Board, the AP Spanish Language curriculum is very fluid. Individual teachers can choose to present as much or as little information as possible. Because teachers inherently have different methods of pedagogy, issues arise that pertain to the necessity of a standardized Spanish curriculum for the exam. Because the Spanish Language is so eclectic and can be tested in a plethora of manners, a more solidified curriculum covering specific vocabulary, verb forms and usages, expressions, and other facets of the language may be required in the future.

While most of the adjectives used are not uncommon, it still sounds funny to have so many of these packed into one paragraph, like when a student searches a thesaurus for "fancy" adjectives to cram into their paper. I'm going to re-write this paragraph... --- cymru lass (hit me up)(background check) 18:46, 26 September 2010 (UTC)

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