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AP Spanish Lit and Culture Structure

15 questions | 20mins | 10% of Score

This section includes 3 sets of questions based on authentic audio texts including:

  • An excerpt from an interview with an author
  • A recited poem that is not on the required reading list
  • A presentation on a literary topic related to course content

You will have time to skim the questions for each set before listening to the audio.

The interview and presentation will be played once; the recited poem will be played twice.

50 questions | 1hr | 40% of Score

This section includes 6 sets of 7–10 questions based on readings from a variety of genres, periods, and places in the Spanish-speaking world.

Readings include:

  • Works from the required reading list
  • Works outside the required reading list
  • A passage of literary criticism regarding a work or author from the list

One set will contain 2 passages that are related by theme—one of those passages is taken from the required reading list and the other is from a non-required text.

4 questions | 1hr 40mins | 50% of Score

The free-response sections includes two short-answer questions and two long-essay questions:

  • 2 Short-Answer Questions: Suggested time: 15 minutes each (~30 minutes)
    • Text Explanation: You’ll read an excerpt from a text on the required reading list, identify the author and period of the text, and explain the development of a given theme found within the excerpt in relation to the whole work from which the excerpt is taken.
    • Text and Art Comparison: You’ll read an excerpt from a text on the required reading list and study an image of a work of art (e.g., a painting, photograph, sculpture, or drawing) related by theme to the text. You will compare how a particular theme is represented in both the text and the image, and then connect that theme to the genre, period, or movement of the text.
  • 2 Essay Questions: Suggested time: 35 minutes each (~70 minutes)
    • Analysis of a Single Text: You’ll read an excerpt from a text on the required reading list and then analyze how the text represents the characteristics of a particular genre as well as a particular historical, cultural, or social context.

Text Comparison: You’ll read 2 excerpts related by theme—one from a text on the required list, the other from a text not on the list—and analyze the effect of literary devices that the authors use in the texts to develop a particular theme that is provided in the question prompt.

AP Spanish Lit and Culture Course Content

The AP Spanish Literature and Culture Exam will assess your comprehension of the literary and cultural concepts presented in the course units, as well as your ability to apply what you've learned from required texts to interpret and analyze non-required texts.

La época medieval

As you read works of medieval Spanish literature, you’ll learn to understand the language patterns of the period while exploring how historical events, religious values, and customary cultural practices create the settings for the texts.

Topics may include:

  • Identifying themes in texts
  • Identifying the structural, stylistic, and rhetorical devices used in texts
  • Identifying the genres of texts
  • Identifying the aspects of texts that represent their period

El siglo XVI

You’ll continue to build your skills in understanding and analyzing texts as you study literary works from the 16th century, which opened a period known as the Golden Age in Spanish literature.

Topics may include:

  • Connecting themes to characters in and across texts
  • Comparing texts’ themes and structural, stylistic, and rhetorical features
  • Relating texts to their historical, geopolitical, and sociocultural contexts

El siglo XVII

You’ll explore works from the second half of the Golden Age, a period which saw the production of several masterpieces of literature written in Spanish.

Topics may include:

  • Comparing themes of texts from different eras
  • Comparing texts to artwork
  • Understanding how literary genres evolved over time
  • Identifying cultural products, practices, and perspectives in texts

La literatura romántica, realista y naturalista

You’ll read and analyze works from the 19th century—two texts representing the literary movement of Romanticism and two representing the later movements of Realism and Naturalism.

Topics may include:

  • How the literary features of texts communicate the author’s message
  • Understanding implied meanings, ambiguities, and nuances
  • Connecting texts to the literary movements of the period

La Generación del 98 y el Modernismo

You’ll learn about the works and philosophy of La Generación del 98—a group of writers active in Spain around the time of the Spanish-American War—and explore the related literary movement of Modernism.

Topics may include:

  • Relating texts to contemporary global issues
  • How texts reflect or challenge perceptions of a culture
  • How behaviors and attitudes presented in texts reflect sociocultural, geopolitical, and historical contexts

Teatro y poesía del siglo XX

You’ll begin your study of 20th-century literature by reading and analyzing works of poetry and drama that embody the movements of that period, such as the Vanguard and the Theater of the Absurd.

Topics may include:

  • Perspective, attitude, and tone
  • Linguistic features such as formal and informal language
  • The relationship between a literary movement and cultural perspectives
  • Identifying themes and features of artistic representations

El Boom latinoamericano

You’ll continue your study of 20th-century literature as you learn about authors of the “boom” of the 1960s and 1970s, when Latin American novels and short stories won acclaim and popularity worldwide.

 Topics may include:

  • The relationship between the structure of a text and its content
  • How cultural beliefs and attitudes affect the interpretation of a text
  • Comparing texts in terms of structure and style

Escritores contemporáneos de Estados Unidos y España

You’ll read and analyze recent works that present the realities of life in the 1970s and 1980s in the United States and Spain.

Topics may include:

  • How personal beliefs and opinions affect the interpretation of a text
  • Relating literary texts to information from other disciplines
  • Connections between primary and secondary texts

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Embark on a journey of comprehensive coverage of AP Spanish Literature and Culture concepts with our program, featuring over 20+ hours of dedicated instruction. Immerse yourself in the subject matter, master essential topics, and build a robust foundation that goes beyond conventional teaching methods.

Recognizing that every student has a unique learning pace, our classes are meticulously paced according to your individual needs. This flexibility empowers you to grasp concepts thoroughly, ensuring a comfortable progression through the curriculum.

Homework assignments form an integral part of our program. Upon completing each unit, engaging homework is provided to reinforce your understanding and allow you to apply the knowledge acquired in a practical context.

We are unwavering in our commitment to ensuring that your doubts and questions are promptly addressed. Benefit from our unlimited doubt classes, providing you with ample opportunities to seek clarification and bolster your confidence in your understanding of the subject.

This invaluable opportunity allows you to analyze your performance, gain insights into your mistakes, and refine your test-taking strategies under expert guidance.

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