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what kind of imagery do you notice in both speeches?
Weegy: The best way to activate an audience is to select just a couple of sensory-rich details to reinforce the important points in the message. [ To bring home the impact of company retrenchments, the speaker can paint a single, vivid picture – a small example that illuminates a point. Skilled leaders often use this technique. They distil social/political programs to their essence and summarize through metaphors. They use highly visual examples – usually a story about how a single person is affected. ] (More)
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Weegy: The best way to activate an audience is to select just a couple of sensory-rich details to reinforce the important points in the message. [ To bring home the impact of company retrenchments, the speaker can paint a single, vivid picture ? a small example that illuminates a point. Skilled leaders often use this technique. They distil social/political programs to their essence and summarize through metaphors. They use highly visual examples ? usually a story about how a single person is affected. ] User: describe what kind of imagery do you notice in both speeches chief seattle and fredrick douglas Weegy: Fredrick Taylor knew that some workers were different from others and what might work for one wouldn't for ... Stress; Workers Compensation ? More. [ Home. Recent site ... ] [ ] (More)
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describe what kind of imagery do you notice in chief seattle's speeches and frederick douglas speeches
Weegy: Chief Seattle shares his precious lands memories by forming two different tones. Chief Seattle creates a passionate and a sorrow tone thorough diction and imagery. [ [ He made his speech passionate and sorrow to move the audience's heart and hoping that the people will take care the land like the chief did. The first part of Seattle's speech of the land is packed with memories and what they mean to his people. He says that if he sells the land everybody must remember that they should treat "every" part of the land as if they were their "brothers". The tone of his words is sorrow because he focused on what he's going to loose that are precious to him - everything in his memory, his brother. ] ] User: why is that imagery effective or ineffective User: why is that imagery effective or ineffective of Chief Seattle and Fredrick Douglas Weegy: Because although each individual believe in a type of “GOD” they still seem to have problems during their time frame. (More)
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