This handout divides rhetorical devices into four categories: Word Play (like antithesis), Thought Play (like aphorism), Senses (like analogy), and Repetition (like anaphora). Two categories are on one side, and two are on the other. Each term has a student-friendly definition and an example. When the devices are categorized, students find it less overwhelming to identify a speaker's use of these devices. They can begin with the category and then figure out which device they are noticing. My students love this handout, use it often, and keep it after leaving my class.
FYI: I refer to FANBOYS in the Polysyndeton definition. FANBOYS are the coordinating conjunctions For, And, Nor, But, Or, Yet, So.
NOTE: On mine, I have made the margins narrow so the chart will fit neatly onto two pages.