Ready to start AP Spanish Unit 6: Environmental, Political and Social Challenges? (Los retos ambientales, políticos y sociales) Your entire unit’s lesson plans are done! These digital AND printable lesson plans have nearly . The 2 main focuses are on climate change and immigration. You will find vocabulary, grammar, relevant videos and articles, a debate project, Edpuzzles and more in this bundle. This is the last unit in the AP Classroom curriculum. (In my Units 1-4 plans, all of the parts of the AP Exam have been introduced with direct instruction.)
Teaching a new course, or even trying to revamp a course you’ve taught for a while is extremely time consuming. These complete unit lesson plans will take you through the entire 6th unit for Global Challenges, starting with a “Hook Activity” using provocative images to spark interest and thought, and then the essential questions, vocabulary list and grammar study guide that you will need to get started. There are activities related to Every activity (over 58!) you need (with the exception of 2) is linked in. Your prep will be limited to reviewing the lesson plans and sources ahead of your students,
I am fortunate to have several textbook resources including Temas, AP Spanish Preparing for the Language and Culture Examination and Avance. In these lesson plans I make use of these textbooks for 2 out of 58+ activities. (They are grammar practices, but I provide the study guide and quiz, so you can easily make or find practices to go with these!) However, especially after teaching on-line for a year, I have moved away from relying on textbooks and I create most of the activities myself. This makes ! For teachers who need or like to teach digitally, all of the activities in this bundle can be assigned via Google Classroom or other learning management system. And almost every activity is also printable for teachers and students who prefer paper copies. Best of all, once you have these activities in your Google Drive, !
I have been teaching AP Spanish Language and Culture since 2014 and have 23 years of teaching experience. My students have done overwhelmingly well on the AP exam over the years and almost all have earned the scores needed to get college credit, with many receiving 4’s and 5’s. This course is also taught in cooperation with the University of CT, providing another way for students to earn college credits!
I start the year with a set of lesson plans designed to last one week. We do all the paper-passing, signing up for different apps and classrooms, and become comfortable with the course and our classmates. We also present our summer homework. Next I teach Unit 1: Families in Different Societies. This unit (Unit 6) starts as if all of the beginning of the year “housekeeping” has been done already and logically follows units 1, 2, 3 and 4 and 5 where I present all the different tasks of the AP Spanish Exam. The previous unit plans are also linked below. AP teachers are allowed to teach the units in any order they would like, but I recommend that if you plan to use this series of lesson plans, that you go in order. I choose to introduce the AP test open-ended tasks over time so that students are not overwhelmed. By unit 3, they will have learned the purpose, rules and resources for all of the tasks and can spend the last 3 units practicing them some more. This last unit is designed to fit into the often chaotic end of the school year with its many interruptions.
There is a place within the lesson plans where I encourage a break from the unit to review for the AP Exam. I have a schedule for review that I use with my students which I will link below.? If you are using this unit at a different point in the year, you can go through the unit without pause!
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- AP Spanish Language and Culture Students
- These unit plans will take you through approx. 6-8 weeks of school
- Teach basics; grammar and vocab
- Review how to write an Email Reply
- Practice the Simulated Conversation
- Practice the multiple choice style questions for reading and listening
- Think deeply about the challenges of and possible solutions for climate change and immigration by using curated articles, podcasts, class discussion, videos, free writing, and more!
- Formative, Interim and Summative assessments and 2 included!
- Daily lesson plans for 21 school days (modified block: (three 45 min periods and one 90 min period a week) Easily adaptable to any school schedule!
- A table breaking down how many of each kind of activity in the unit
- Table of contents with for each day
- 58 + activities
- Essential questions
- Vocab list + free quizlet link
- Study guide for grammar quiz
- Vocab and Grammar quizzes + answer keys
- 1 Debate project related to global issues (students will choose their debate topics)
- 1 individual project in which students interview adults to gain perspective on immigration
- 8 reading activities
- 5 writing activities (including diary-style free-writes)
- 14 speaking activities
- 7 listening activities
- 5 activities that combine 2 of the above skills
- 5 vocab and grammar activities
- 5 AP Style activities (argumentative essay, simulated conversation and multiple choice reading and listening)
- 2 formative quizzes
- 4 interim assessments
- 3 summative assessments
- Homework Assignments
- Answer keys to most activities
- 168 Google Docs and Google Slides
- Curated videos and Edpuzzles all ready to use
- Articles with self-correcting questions in Formative
- Teacher notes to further explain certain activities
- Time built in for holidays or time needed to catch up
- All parts of this product are Google Docs, Slides and Forms and therefore can be edited so that they are just right for your students!
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