How can you persuasively structure thinking about decision making?

Persuasion through Argument: Decisions
How can you persuasively structure thinking about decision making?
Discussion of “To Say or Not to Say”
Be sure to view the 22-minute video about the “To Say or Not to Say” writing assignment; see the links below for the video, the due date, and the assignment submission link.
To Say or Not to Say Assignment (10/100 points)
Answer the following question:
What should Rita decide? Why?
In a memo, recommend a decision for Rita and write an argument to support it. Use relevant criteria and evidence to build the argument for your recommended option. (See below for the grading criteria.)
Word limit: 600-700 words.
Submit your assignment on Blackboard. Begin the file name of your Blackboard submission with your last name and be sure to include your full name in the document. Don’t forget to do both!
Due date: See below.
Evaluation Criteria for “To Say or Not to Say” Assignment
Do you clearly state Rita’s decision options and the decision she should make?
Do you state relevant criteria clearly and use them to argue your recommended
Do you provide persuasive evidence on each criterion that supports your decision?
Is the organization of the memo easy for a reader to follow?
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