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AP Spanish Literature and Culture Course Home Page

This page features the important information and resources you need to implement the AP Spanish Literature and Culture course. The AP Spanish Literature and Culture course supports the formal study of a representative body of literature, written in Spanish. Students have varied opportunities to continue to develop proficiency in Spanish across a range of skills and to reflect on the many voices and cultures of the Spanish-speaking world.

Essential Course Resources

Key documents for understanding and teaching the course.

AP Spanish Literature and Culture Course Planning and Pacing Guides

Written by AP teachers, these versatile guides demonstrate a variety of ways to plan and pace the AP Spanish Literature and Culture curriculum across one academic year. Each author brings a unique perspective to approaching the course based on his or her teaching context (e.g., demographics, schedule, school type, setting) and presents a host of ideas for activities, resources, and assessments.

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AP Exam Information and Resources

The AP Spanish Literature and Culture Exam assesses proficiency in the Interpretive and Presentational modes of communication and features multiple-choice and free-response questions as described in the AP Spanish Literature and Culture Course and Exam Description, Effective Fall 2012 (.pdf/2MB). 

A full Practice Exam is available for all AP Spanish Literature teachers in a secure location. Sign in to your course audit account for access.

AP Course Audit Information

Classroom Resources

A diverse selection of supplemental materials, including lesson plans and teaching strategies

Note: These materials were developed in support of the course before it was redesigned in 2013, but they still provide relevant information for teaching Spanish Literature.

Professional Development

Background on Course and Exam Revisions

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