Start studying “La prodigiosa tarde de Baltazar” de Gabriel García Márquez. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Story can be easily found online: html Standards: FLIL.A.A.1 – Identify the main idea and some. STUDY QUESTIONS–Preguntas de estudio Gabriel García Márquez. “La prodigiosa tarde de Baltazar” 1. Quién narra el cuento? (Punto de vista)? 2. Qué hace.
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Documents Flashcards Grammar checker. In literature, the students will read works of the required authors while analyzing prose, poetry, and drama both orally and in writing. The fifth year course is even more challenging because it presupposes a high level of language ability and requires a considerable amount of reading as well as the acquisition of analytical skills.
AP Spanish Literature: La Prodigiosa Tarde de Baltazar
Only Spanish is used in both instruction and student participation. Make connections of authors and cultural time periods. This course is divided into two semesters. The semesters are organized by authors and their works.
The students are asked to analyze the pieces through class prodigkosa and compositions using advanced grammatical constructions and literary terms. There is a continuation of grammar instruction to enable students to express their ideas using a variety of higher order grammatical constructions.
The goals for the student activities are: Discussing the authors on the required AP list and how they are relevant to the various time periods and historical happenings. Analyzing literature using basic vocabulary terms to define gsbriel themes or ideas that each author intended.
AP Spanish Literature
All course work is done in Spanish. The students and teacher are required to only use Spanish in class discussions and writing activities.
Students are penalized if English is used. The following is a sample from the packet given to each student at the beginning of the school year. For each work, the students are required to organize them by including the genre and a madquez from the work baltzar demonstrates the theme well. When the line is chosen, the students write a reaction that explains the importance of it in comparison to the work.
This project allows the students to use critical and analytical skills to communicate their ideas in the target language.
This class also uses team-building activities. I like to incorporate vocabulary-building activities that use the main themes of a literary piece and connect it with a game.
For one game, we do the following: We first brainstorm the various themes of a work. Then, we choose a main theme of the reading. The students are then put into two groups.
The students are allowed to use the text in this game. The students are asked to look for words that demonstrate the theme. The two groups shout out the first word and the secretary writes it on the board. The next word chosen has to begin with the second letter of the word written. The teams continue shouting out words found from the text while the secretary writes them down. The team that cannot build a word from the previous one loses.
When we are finished, we look at each list to see if the words truly reflect the theme. This allows the students to reconnect with the text and also helps generate a great class discussion. We count up the amount of relevant words and the team with fe most words wins. A variety of essay types is used each modeling after the AP literature exam.
The essay topics suggested by the Abriendo Puertas book series are used frequently. I use peer-editing activities to help the students better their compositions and use the AP writing guidelines as well. Timed essays are also used during class. The students receive the topic and 40 minutes to write it. The AP writing guidelines are used along with my own rubric.
AP Spanish Literature
Practice exams are used tsrde help students analyze reading samples. The students are also timed in these activities. Adey, Margaret, and Louis Albini. Cracking the AP Spanish Exam. Biography of Gabriel Garcia Marquez. Short Story Essay Topics.