Dude, I normally work from my recipe sheets and add in the process, methods and techniques I use based on the recipe I am presenting.
I generally include:
1. Setup - Getting your equipment, honeypad (workspace for your meadmaking), ingredients and recipe sheets together
2. Process - How you're going to make your mead and why you do it the way you do
3. Methodology - Explain and demonstrate the actual series of steps you use to make the mead
4. Techniques - Drilling down on the granular detail of your methodology for each step and the overall process, the ingredients and matching yeast to honey, honey to style, and style to category
5. Post processing - Managing the fermentation, racking, aging, treatments and bulk storage vs. bottling
That's pretty much it in a nutshell.
I hope that helps,
Is it tasty . . . precious?