February 18th, 2007, 17:50
College Speech, Topic: Baja 1000
I am doing a speech for my Communications 103 class at San Diego State University and I need some help from you guys.
My speech's goal is to discuss a specific culture about a different country. Example, a festival tradition, or historical tradition, landmarks, etc. etc. that takes place in that country. I thought to myself, perfect! I will do it on the Baja 1000 in Ensenada, B.C., Mexico!
Now, for my speech, I need to have sources. I thought it would be best to get feedback from real spectators and participants at the Baja 1000. So I thought I would ask all or our Hispanic RDC members for their help and input. It would be best if you are a spectator, rather than a racer, but it does not matter. (They won't know the difference! LOL) The purpose to explain what this certain festival means to the People of Mexico.
I have a few basic questions that I want to ask, and then you have the right to add anything else you might want:
-Authorization to use your name in my speech? Yes or No. If No, the next question doesn't apply.
-First and Last name, Citizenship, and where you are from (ex: Ensenada, Mexico)
-What does the Baja 1000 mean to you and your family?
-What does the race mean to the people of Mexico? Particularly, Ensenada based Mexicans.
-What has the raced done to change your life / affect your life?
-Describe the race using one word.
-From your personal stand point, what IS the Baja 1000?
-Anything else you would like to add!!
ANY kind of input would be great!!
February 18th, 2007 17:50
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