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Effective Speech Tactics
allusions references to familiar things
repetition repeated use of words or phrases
quotation use of another’s exact words
Alliteration repeated use of consonant sounds
parallelism repeated use of similar words, phrases, or constructions
rhyme use of words with the same sound(s)
imagery & description vivid depiction of people, places, and/or actions
comparisons (including similes) use of very similar or different things (to show contrast)
metaphors direct comparisons based on common quality
facts & statistics pieces of information from objective study
rhetorical questions questions to think about, not respond to
pre-emptive strikes answers to objections before they arise
true stories accounts of things that happened in others’ lives
personal experiences accounts of things that happened in own life
hypothetica l situations accounts of things that might happen – “What if...” stories
possible solutions suggestions on how a problem might be solved or avoided
visual aids pictures or objects
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