Call up a friend and tell them about one of your classes in Spanish/. Describe three things you have to do in a class. Have your friend do the same. See if you can pick out the information asked for above. Then, write a short description of your class and their class. Explain why you would like one more than the other.
You are having a conversation with another LMS student about your classes. You are trying to determine who has the
harder classes. Ask your friend about at least two different classes and find out about the the activities and the types of rules that happen in the class. Take notes on the information you hear as you will be using it in the written portion of the test.
Using the information from the Hablar section of the test, write a short letter to the school counselor (el consejero) explaining EITHER why you want to be OR don't want to be in one of the classes that was just described to you. Support your choice by explaining two things:
1. why you like (or don't like) the activities (are they activities you enjoy? Do you think they are the best ones for learning the subject? Do they fit your learning style?)
2. why you agree (or disagree) with or (don't) understand the rules they have.
You will be graded on how well you express yourself and your use of the level 2 vocabulary and grammar you incorporate into your response.