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Communication: Informative Speech

What is an informative speech?

Informative Speech

An informative speech is to inform or educate an audience about a topic. It's about explaining, describing, sharing knowledge and facts. In this speech, you want to avoid stating any biased information or expressing your own opinions on the topic. The idea is to present as much general information and facts as possible about the topic. 

Topic Examples

Person

Barack Obama

Taylor Swift

Vincent Van Gogh

Rosa Parks

Caesar Chavez

William Shakespeare

Michelle Kwan

Walt Disney

Stephen King

 

Place

Japan

San Diego Zoo

South Korea

Italy

Disneyland

Hollywood, LA

Paris, France

Hawaii

China

Thing

Coronavirus 

Cancer

Anime and manga

Twitter

Cars

Sign Language

Bipolar Disorder

Country Flags

 

Event

American Revolution

9/11

World War I/II

Attack on Pearl Harbor

The Great Depression

Hurricane Katrina

The Sinking of the Titanic

Civil War

Vietnam War