For the speeches you will be delivering in a typical public speaking class, you will usually have just two or three main points.
Basically, people remember information from speeches that are clearly organized—and forget information from speeches that are poorly organized.
These three very important studies make the importance of organization very clear.
For most people, public speaking at an event is bad enough, much less having to give a speech that is also entertaining.
As with all speeches, the key to successfully presenting an entertaining speech lies in the topic—ask seasoned public speakers and they will all agree.
When that happens, audience members are left confused and the reason for the speech may get lost.