The Bloomberg article about Obama's speech to the American Israel Public Affairs Committee is an example of a good speech article because it remains grounded in the speech itself while peppering in background details and subtle analysis.
The article's lead doesn't simply state that Obama gave a speech but gets to the main point: that Obama reinforced his commitment to prevent Iran, an enemy of Israel, from becoming a nuclear power.
The first section takes direct quotations from Obama's speech while giving added context surrounding it, such as the support Obama enjoyed from Jewish voters in 2008, and his visit from Benjamin Netanyahu.
Subsequent sections discuss GOP criticism of Obama's approach to Israel and Iran as well as how Obama responded to that criticism in his speech. In all, the article almost perfectly follows the "point-quote-support" model we learned in class.