1:Discussion: Persuasion in Everyday Life (GRADED)For this GRADED discussion, you will work with your peers. In your initial post, think about a time in your life where you tried to persuade someone to do something. Keep in mind that this doesn’t have to be a situation that was a full-blown argument—it can be something as simple as convincing a friend to go to a specific restaurant for lunch—and it doesn’t have to be a situation where you “won” the other person over either.2:Journal: From Problem to Persuasion (GRADED)Now that you’ve spent some time writing down some potential problems for your project, it’s time to narrow the focus. Reviewing your brainstorming activity, select two potential problems that 1) have two logical sides to the issue (your viewpoint and an opposing viewpoint), 2) are researchable, and 3) are related to your career or degree.In your journal, write a fully developed paragraph for each problem (5-8 sentences each) explaining two sides to the issue (how is it argumentative?), how you plan to approach it in your project (what side are you going to take?), and why you’re personally interested in it (of all the potential problems in your field or degree, why did you choose this?).When writing the paragraphs, feel free to express any other thoughts or concerns you may have about the topic choices.After exploring the argumentativeness of your problems, take a moment to consider the bigger picture. Then, in one to two paragraphs, briefly reflect on the importance of persuasion with the potential topic you’re most likely to write about. Why is it important that people consider your side with your selected topic? Who is your audience, and why is it important to convince them that your view on your topic is the better (or more correct) view? Remember to try to be specific in your entry: this information will help guide you as you work on your project in the coming weeks.Use the following checklist to make sure that you are covering all of the key points mentioned above:In the first paragraph (5-8 sentences), explain:Two sides of the first issueYour approach/sideWhy you’re interested in the topicIn the second paragraph (5-8 sentences), explain:Two sides of the second issueYour approach/sideWhy you’re interested in the topicIn the third and fourth paragraphs (5-8 sentences each), reflect on:The importance of persuasion for the topic you’re most likely to write aboutWhy is it important for people to consider your side?Who is your audience?Why is it important to convince them that your view is best?