Lesson MMS-1

Welcome! Please consider how your attitude affects your and other students' experiences of the lesson. 

Be respectful, come prepared, and show interest to have the best possible educational experience. 

Lesson goals

Learn about Monroe's Motivated Sequence and to recognise the five parts: attention, need, satisfaction, visualization and action.

Lesson activities

A speech by Feke

Introduction lecture

Check your understanding

A speech from Feke

Motivational speech: Do you want to brighten a room when you enter or when you leave?

Please pay attention.

Introduction lecture


Time for the exercises: ~10 minutes

While listening, take notes on:

Answer key

Attention: He lets his son down: "You probably be as good as I was. I don't want you out here shooting this ball day and night, allright?"

Need: "Don't ever let somebody tell you, you can't do something. Not even me. All right?

Satisfaction: You got a dream? You gotta protect it.

Visualize: People can't do something themselves, they want to tell you you can't do it.

Action: You want something? Go get it! Period!

Check your understanding


Quizlet studycards and perform your acts

Share the experience next class

Exit ticket

Present your group's thoughts on the speech