Types of speech
This type of speech is the type where you are given a certain amount of time before the speech to prepare, usually 30 minutes, and a certain amount of time to speak, which is usually around 7 minutes. An example of this would be a presidential debate. Where the candidates only have a small amount of time to give an answer to a question, and are given a small amount of time before the debate to review the questions.
When someone gives a manuscript speech, that means the person has already written down what they are going to say and now they are saying it in front of an audience. An example of this would be when the president gives a speech, for example, the state of the union. President Obama wrote down everything that he wanted to say, and then when it was time, he read it to his audience.