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Do Now/Quick Write #6: Based on what you read and know about the Puritans, what do these people seem to be afraid of? What do they believe? If this is what a society believes, what would motivate them? If this is what a society believes, what would motivate them?
Aim: Aim: How does Edwards’ rhetoric betray the underlying fears and beliefs of his audience?
Monroe’s Motivated Sequence Attention—grab their attention Attention—grab their attention Need—trigger their needs Need—trigger their needs Satisfaction—propose a way Satisfaction—propose a way Visualization—help them see it as right Visualization—help them see it as right Action—prompt to action Action—prompt to action
Glasser’s Needs 1. Survival This is similar to Maslow's Physiological and Safety level. They are basic needs which are of little interest unless they are threatened. 2. Love and belonging This is the same as Maslow's Belonging need and recognizes how important it is for us as a tribal species to be accepted by our peers. 3. Power or recognition This maps to some extent to Maslow's Esteem need, although the Power element focuses on our ability to achieve our goals (which is perhaps a lower-level control need). 4. Freedom This is the ability to do what we want, to have free choice. It is connected with procedural justice where we seek fair play. 5. Fun