Special interest speech outline
Attention Getter: it's a day before New Year's Eve and from the moment when i wake up i can already smell the deliciousness of the quesadillas that my grandmother had been preparing from the night before.
Thesis Statement: New Year's Eve in El Salvador is like thanksgiving, Christmas and New
Years all mixed together and is filled with laughs and great memories with the people you love most. Preview: today I'm going to be talking about a tradition in my culture that happens on New
Year's Eve and expresses the meaning of having friends and family that care about you and I will present a picture of my self with a firework in my hand and will explain it later on about how it relates to this tradition and how this holiday has impacted my own self.
Transitional Statement : Body : Main Point one : in El Salvador, New Year's Eve is a time to get together with family as you all enter a new year into the world by either making delicious foods like quesadilla and pupusas or by throwing fireworks until the clock strikes twelve.
1. Supporting point: ingredients for the food is bought two or three days in advance so when the day comes you won't be the one that was late because you were stuck in a long line at the market and missed out on all the fun with friends and family.
A. Ingredients that are on the shopping list are things like masa dough like the base of the tortilla, because you can't eat anything without tortillas. There are also beans, cheese, and chicken with bread, it might sound pretty simple but once you try it, your mind is going to change.
B. A tradition that is kind is different from the culture that we have here is that instead of passing out gifts on Christmas Day, you pass with games of secret Santa or white elephant on New Years when the clock hits twelve. You also have to make sure that your in your best outfit to