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Monroemotivated sequence


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Monroe Motivated Sequence is essential to a successful Persuasion Speech

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Monroemotivated sequence

  1. 1. Monroe Motivated Sequence for Persuasive Speeches five steps
  2. 2. FIVE STEPS• Attention• Need• Satisfy• Visualization• Action
  3. 3. MONROE’S MOTIVATED SEQUENCE-- THE FIVE STEPS• Attention: Get the audience to listen. Make them say, "I want to hear what you have to say"• Need: Make the audience feel the need or want so they say, "I agree. I have that need/want• Satisfaction: Tell the audience how to fill need or want, so they say, "I see your solution will work”• Visualization: Get the audience to see benefits of your solution, "This is a great idea”• Action: Get the audience to take action, then they will say, "I want it"
  4. 4. HOW?• Attention A simple attention grabber is their name. You can also demonstrate emotion (Oh no!) or physically grab them (if it is socially valid). Longer attention grabbers include jokes and dramatic stories. Attention can be very brief, so once you have it, you need to move on quickly. Attention-grabbing should also move them towards interest. If you annoy them, then you will have your work cut out to recover the situation.• Need The next step is to trigger a need that the listener has. A stimulated need leads to the person seeking a solution. WHAT IS IN IT FOR THEM?• Satisfaction This is not about creating satisfaction, but proposing a way in which satisfaction may be gained by meeting the need that you have just stimulated.• Visualization Now that you have proposed a solution, the next step is to move the listener to see it as the right answer for them to meet their need. Help them visualize the solution in place, such that it is complete and successful. If it involves them doing something, get them to see themselves in action.• Action Finally, you need to prompt the person into action, implementing the solution that you both now know is the right thing to do.
  5. 5. What to do? Step #1:Get the Attention of your listener–Through the use of attention getting devices, you will aim to do two basic things: get the audience’s attention, and ease them into the topic
  6. 6. Step #2: Build their Need/WantIn this step, you will work to get your audience to feel a need or want, whichever you determine to be appropriate. This is accomplished via four steps:• A. Statement: give a definite, concise statement of what the need or want is.• B. Illustration: give one or more examples illustrating the need or want. This is where you try to “"paint pictures”" verbally to really get audience to feel that need or want.• C. Ramification: here you can offer additional evidence, such as statistics/testimony/examples which give even more weight to the need or want.• D. Pointing: this is where you really point out how this need or want is directly related and important to the audience.
  7. 7. #3 SATISFYStep 3: Satisfy the Need/Want-- In this step, you will now fill the need/want you built in step 2. It is vital that you be consistent; i.e., be sure the solution you offer really does fit the need/want. There are five steps here:• A. Statement: tell your audience in a very specific, direct sentence what it is you want them to do (THIS IS THE FIRST TIME WE WILL HAVE HEARD--PRECISELY--WHAT IT IS YOU ARE ADVOCATING)• B. Explanation: Explain what exactly it is you are advocating.• C. Theoretical Demonstration: This is where you make it clear how what you are advocating fulfills the need you built in step 2.• D. Reference to Practical Experience: This is where you bring in external evidence supporting the value of your proposal.• E. Meeting Objections: here you anticipate counter-arguments and you pre-empt them, i.e., address them before the audience has time to actually bring them up
  8. 8. #4 VISUALIZATION4: Visualizing the Results-- In this step you are working to intensify your audience’s desire for your product/service. This is often called the projection step because it looks forward to the future. There are three options here:• Option A: The Positive Method: Using this method, you offer vivid descriptions of how much better the person’s life will be as a result of buying your product or service.• Option B: The Negative Method: Using this method, you offer vivid descriptions of how bad the person’s life will be as a result of not buying your product or service.• Option C: The Contrast Method: Using this method, you combine the previous two methods, addressing negatives first, and positives second.
  9. 9. #5 CALL TO ACTIONStep 5: Call for Action-- This step is the final call for the buyer to actually make the purchase, the “go out and get it already” step. It should be brief, powerful, and well worded. End on a strong note, then sit down.
  10. 10. EXAMPLE:• Attention: Hey! Listen to me, you have a PROBLEM!• Need: Let me EXPLAIN the problem.• Satisfy: But, I have a SOLUTION!• Visualization: If we IMPLEMENT my solution, this is what will happen. Or, if we dont implement my solution, this is what will happen.• Action: You can help me by DOING this in this specific way. Can you help me?