"El ensayo persuasivo" by Angie TorreThis 68-slide PowerPoint and activities on, “How to Write a Persuasive Essay for AP Spanish” include the following:~The goal of the persuasive essay and how to reach it~The use of cause and effect to make one’s point~The different kinds of arguments~The different kinds of evidence~Vocabulary to express cause and effect~Expressions for stating one’s opinion~Vocabulary for meeting objections~Components of the introduction~Components of the developing paragraphs ~Components of the conclusion.~Ideas for a hook~When and how to meet objections~Examples of the causes and effects for a particular topic and questions~Examples of evidence for that topic~Step-by-step instructions for the reading and analysis of the three sources and writing of an essay in Triángulo Aprobado. (It can be used with other texts as well.)~Possible thesis statements for that topic demonstrating how to manipulate the sources to support different thesis statements, i.e. yes, no, or both~Instructions on how to write an outline and organize one’s essay~Instructions and examples for how to cite sources~Synonyms for, “dice”~Instructions for avoiding the first and second person in formal essays~Practice activities to avoid using the first and second personThe activities work in conjunction with the PowerPoint, “How to Write a Persuasive Essay for AP Spanish”. There are 19 pages of activities which include the following:~Sample persuasive essay with vocabulary and indicators for thesis statement and different ways to cite sources~Practice activity in which students interact with the essay, identify components, cause and effect, evidence, and methods of citing sources~Answers to practice activity~Peer edit of introductory paragraph ~peer edit of first developing paragraph ~peer edit of persuasive essay ~vocabulary for cause and effect and expressing one’s opinion~Step-by-step instructions for the reading and analysis of the three sources and writing of an essay in Triángulo Aprobado. (It can be used with other texts as well.)~a template for organizing a persuasive essay~password for Powerpoint YOU WILL NEED POWERPOINT 2002 or later to open this password-protected PowerPoint.Three files are just cover previews to give you an idea of what's inside.