Students will learn rhetorical devices
by seeing these in speeches and by creating silly riddles that use them.
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In addition to adding literary devices to their speeches,
students will observe how alliteration, assonance and consonance can add interest for their audience. Then they practice writing with these devices learned.
Find in these materials …
about literary devices that shape riddles.
2). Faculty guides
to identify and use specific literary devices.
3). Student-ready tasks
with answer keys included.
to display definitions that students will apply to create riddles and analyze speeches.
where literary devices are illustrated to impact an audience.
Students will experiment with literary devices
and then write it into their speech to see changed sound effects.
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will benefit your learners and leaders as they do mine at middle, secondary, university levels and beyond.
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