Example topics include a childhood memory, favorite food, an accident scene or a person's neighborhood as a child. A good topic for a descriptive speech is one that the writer can easily describe in a detailed, vivid way. Topics can include a person, animal, place or object.
Descriptive speeches contain the basic parts of a speech: an introduction, main body and conclusion. The introduction is meant to grab the attention of the audience and preview the topic of the speech. The main body is used to describe the topic in depth to allow the audience to vividly experience the topic. Conclusions are to end the speech in a complete way for the audience.