2020 AP SPANISH LITERATURE EXAM READINGS

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According to College Board, the 2020 AP Spanish Literature exam, will only include text selections from a reduced version of the required reading list.

I´m putting together short and comprehensible videos in Spanish about each reading so my students can review them while getting impotant input in Spanish. I´m sharing this with you hoping they are useful. I will try to finish all the 20 videos by May 6th.

Please let me know if you have any questions. Good luck to everyone in this weird 2020 AP Spanish Literature exam. Kind comments are always welcome :).

La casa de Bernarda Alba

A Julia de Burgos

Mujer negra

Walking around

El hombre que se convirtió en perro

El hijo

A Roosevelt

Nuestra América

San Manuel Bueno Mártir

Las medias rojas

Rima LIII

En una tempestad

El Burlador de Sevilla

El Ingenioso Hidalgo, Don Quijote de la Mancha

Hombres necios que acusáis

Soneto CLXVI

Soneto XXIII

Se ha perdido el pueblo mexicatl

El Lazarillo de Tormes

Romance de la pérdida del Alhama

HAVE YOU USED POETRY IN YOUR SPANISH INSTRUCTION? I RECOMMEND YOU TAKE A LOOK AT MY RECENTLY PUBLISHED POETRY BOOK. THIS BOOK TALKS ABOUT OUR STUDENTS´FRIENDSHIPS AND RELATIONSHIPS AT SCHOOL AND AT HOME. YOU WILL FIND POEMS FOR EACH PROFICIENCY LEVEL PLUS ENGAGING ACTIVITIES.

A BIT O POETRY A DAY, GOES A LONG WAY IN YOUR STUDENTS´PROFICIENCY JOURNEY.

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I´D BE MORE THAN HAPPY TO SHARE MY SUCESSFUL SECOND LANGUAGE ACQUISITION APPROACH THROUGH ONE OF MY ONE DAY WORKSHOPS. FOR WORKSHOPS DESCRIPTIONS AND CONTACT INFO PLEASE CLICK HERE

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2 Comments

  1. Hola Sr. Ojeda,
    Omg I love these videos! I’m a non-native speaker who self-studied for the AP Spanish Lit exam two years ago and worked sooo hard for a 5. These videos are amazing (I would have loved to have them during my time)!!

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