Definition

Narrative speech shares with the audience a carefully selected story, moral, personal characteristic, and experience.

Structure/outline

A what happened speech writing outline.

A story sequence unfolds in a chronological way.

Introduction: What is it all about? Place, time, and participants, conflict.

Plot development:
Climax as the highest peak
Denouement
Evaluating remarks

Topics/basic concepts

The speaker may use any narrative that will be of interest to the audience. A good narrative speech leads to an encounter with something unusual, enigmatic, and even incredible.

Requirements

The speaker uses all the techniques of storytelling resorting to stylistic devices. It is technically important to use transitions (sentences, words, phrases, like the words after that, then, next, at this moment, and the like).