Effective examples for a speech may be all of the following except:

Effective examples for a speech may include anecdotes, statistics, and vivid language, but not overly technical jargon.

As stated in FEMA official material “Be careful of jargon. Watch the use of TLAs (Three-Letter Abbreviations) and other language or jargon that may not be understood by others.” For example, during an emergency briefing, leaders must use clear and understandable language to convey important information to responders and the community. This involves avoiding technical jargon and using simple, direct language to ensure everyone understands the message.

From the perspective of emergency management personnel, using clear and relatable examples in speeches and briefings is essential for effective communication.

Source: https://training.fema.gov/emiweb/is/is242b/student%20manual/sm_complete.pdf

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