Speech Purpose:|To inform the class about Filipinos and their culture| Thesis:|Today I am going to talk to you about Filipinos customs, food and family activities.|
I.|Filipinos have many customs such as the etiquette they have to do when meeting someone new.| II.|Filipino food has many influences towards their ingredients and type of dishes.| III.|The family is the center of the social structure and includes the nuclear family, aunts, uncles, grandparents, cousins and honorary relations such as godparents, sponsors, and close family friends. |
I.|Filipinos have very precise ways of behaving when meeting each other or when invited to someones house.| |A.|Initial greetings are formal and follow a set protocol of greeting the eldest or most important person first. . A handshake, with a welcoming smile, is the standard greeting. . Close female friends may hug and kiss when they meet. . Use academic, professional, or honorific titles and the person\'s surname until you are invited to use their first name, or even more frequently, their nickname.| |B.|If you are invited to a Filipino home for dinner bring sweets or flowers to the hosts. . If you give flowers, avoid chrysanthemums and white lilies. . You may send a fruit basket after the event as a thank you but not before or at the event, as it could be interpreted as meaning you do not think that the host will provide sufficient hospitality. . Gifts are not opened when received.| Now that we have gone through there etiquette were going to transition to the good part food.| II.|Filipinos have many differnet influences in their food and how they created it.| |A.|The Chinese who came to trade sometimes stayed on. Perhaps they cooked the noodles of home; certainly they used local condiments; surely they taught their Filipino wives their dishes, and thus Filipino-Chinese food came to be.| |B.|When the Spaniards came, the food influences they brought were from both Spain and...
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