Ch. 5 SP, CA WorksheetCh. 5 Selecting a Topic and a PurposeSpecific Purpose Statement and Central Idea AssessmentThe audience never sees the specific purpose statement or Central Idea but they reap the benefits from them when you write your speech. They keep you audience-centered.Below are 6 informative speech topics. The general purpose statement of these topics is ”To Inform”. Create a specific purpose statement and a central idea for each topic. For the central idea, create 3 main pointsyou might be discussing with this topic. Use Chapter 5 as reference. One submission. Use the correct format.Ex. Topic: Vegetable GardeningSpecific Purpose: to inform my audience about vegetable gardeningCentral Idea: In order to be successful with a vegetable garden, you must have adequate water, additionalnutrition and the correct soil combination.Rubric: 10 points each topic: 60 total points.Topic: AdvertisingSpecific Purpose: to inform my audience about my businessCentral Idea: Advertisings are to inform, persuade and remind audiences about product or services.