The message the speaker is trying to convey must be clearly stated.
Regardless of the topic, incorporate a specific purpose statement in your informative speech.
The specific purpose statement should state the main topic of your speech.
You will grab the attention of your audience by engaging them immediately with a compelling reason for your speech.
Each component of your speech will provide the structure for the content you deliver.
Think of it as an outline that will help you stay focused and ensure your audience is following the message.
The basics are easy; you pick an explainable topic and then write an explanation that will accommodate a demonstration by you or an assistant. Fortunately, you will find a lot of demonstration speech topic ideas online.
The problem is picking a topic you are familiar with that is neither too complicated, or too common.
The end goal of your informative speech may be to inform your audience about the skills involved in making a cake.
Break down your main goal into approximately two to five parts.