Follow the next structure of storytelling to deliver an argument for your speech.
Begin with a captivating opening that grabs the audience's attention and sets the tone for the story.
Develop the story by introducing conflicts, challenges, or obstacles that the characters face. Build tension and suspense as the story progresses, keeping the audience engaged and curious about the outcome.
Reach the peak of the story, where the main conflict or turning point is resolved or addressed.
Begin to wind down the story by showing the consequences or aftermath of the climax.
Deliver a satisfying conclusion that reflects on the lessons, insights, or impact of the story and relate it to your main argument or case. Reinforce the main argument you want the audience to remember.