CHIASMUS (from Greek, "cross" or "x"): A literary scheme in which the author introduces words or concepts in a particular order, then later repeats those terms or similar ones in reversed or backwards order. It involves taking parallelism and deliberately turning it inside out, creating a "crisscross" pattern. For example: "By day the frolic, and the dance by night." If we draw the words as a chart, the words form an "x" (hence the word's Greek etymology, from chi meaning "x"):
Coaching framework- "In order to successfully accomplish a task, we need four things: 1. The skills to do it--the technical skills 2. The knowledge about content or pedagogy 3. The will--the desire, passion, motivation 4. The capacity--the mental, emotional, or physical ability, and 5. The emotional intelligence--the ability to be aware of, manage and express one's emotions and be aware of other's emotions."