Prepare a 5-6 minute persuasive presentation in a problem-solution format, employing all the steps of Monroe’s Motivated Sequence.

Persuasive Action Presentation (5-6 minutes): Students prepare a 5-6 minute persuasive presentation in a problem-solution format, employing all the steps of Monroe’s Motivated Sequence: attention, need, satisfaction, visualization, and action. Students will persuade their audience to take action on a need relevant to the role belief systems play in U.S. life (DBRA 100.3) while exploring a concept of religion, philosophy, ethics, and/or epistemology (SLO DBRA 100.4). This presentation will draw attention to, describe the need for, discuss how the need can be satisfied, describe the future if no action is taken, and ask the student audience to take action regarding the role belief systems play in U.S. life (DBRA 100.3).

The presentation must include a properly formatted and grammatically correct persuasive action formal outlinePreview the document, including a minimum of 5 academic sources (APA format in writing and verbally) to support the main ideas. The outline includes all five elements of Monroe’s Motivated Sequence with appropriate evidence for each element. In addition, the student should demonstrate mastery of extemporaneous speaking skills in all aspects of delivery.

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