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Informal Writing

Description
The third part of the writing section will be an informal writing task. Students will have 10 minutes to read a prompt and write their responses. Examples may include writing an email message, a letter, a journal entry, or a postcard.

What's Different?/Changes to Writing
(See Task C materials below)
  • Informal/interpersonal writing will be added.
  • There will be more writing tasks overall.
Evidence
The AP Spanish Language student can:
  • Communicate via formal and informal written correspondence.
  • Recognize cultural elements implicit in written texts.
  • Interpret linguistic cues to infer social relationships.
  • Use language that is semantically and grammatically accurate according to a given context.





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