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Name: Rafael Salazar Faculty: Engineering sciences Career: Ing. Agroindustrial Level: 4th Parallel: 4S08 Academic period: March 2013- July 2013

Marzo 2013 – Julio 2013


1. Presentation: My name is Rafael, I’m 19 years old, I was born in the city of Santo Domingo, all these years I've lived here all my studies at school make "Antonio Neumane" where I graduated as a chemical biologist, after finishing these studies chose to follow the UTE University because I found an excellent institution and apart from that I decided to pursue a career. Now I'm Agroindustrial Engineering student crossing the 5th level, I like to play sports football and basketball practice, though not mastered English well learn it interests me, since this matter is very important for my career professional.

2. Language Institute's mission Train with excellence and leadership, intact professionalscommitted to the development of science, society and able to communicate in a foreign language.

3. Language Institute's vission Being a Language Institute with academic tracendence in the country.

4. My expectations of this course. I hope the matter is very entertaining and above all it is easy to understand Passing this level with the best grades possible.

5. My commitment as a student. Putting all my effort and dedication to my studies in order to obtain knowledge and good grades. Present in the best way my work and lessons.


6. Investigation works, homeworks. PROGRAMA ANALÍTICO (SÍLABO) CUARTO NIVEL INFORMACIÓN GENERAL FACULTAD / DEPARTAMENTO: INSTITUTO DE IDIOMAS CARRERA: IDIOMAS Asignatura/Módulo: INGLÉS Código: Prerrequisitos: Aprobación del nivel anterior. Número de Créditos: 4 Correquisitos: Área Académica: Idiomas Nivel: Cuarto Período académico: Marzo - Septiembre 2012 Paralelo: A DOCENTE: Por asignar Nombre: Instituto de Idiomas. Grado académico o título profesional: e-mail: idiomas@ute.edu.ec Licenciatura / Maestría Breve reseña de la actividad académica y/o profesional: Docente especializado en la enseñanza de lenguas con título profesional que lo acredita. PLAN MICROCURRICULAR 1. DESCRIPCIÓN DE LA ASIGNATURA Utiliza las destrezas de un idioma extranjero para comunicarse en forma fluida, efectiva, correcta y espontánea tomando en cuenta los valores personales dentro de su relación con la sociedad. 2. OBJETIVO GENERAL DE LA ASIGNATURA O MÓDULO Es capaz de comprender los puntos principales de textos claros y en lengua estándar si tratan sobre cuestiones que le son conocidas, ya sea en situaciones de trabajo, de estudio o de ocio. Sabe desenvolverse en la mayor parte de las situaciones que pueden surgir durante un viaje por zonas donde se utiliza la lengua. 3. RESULTADOS DE APRENDIZAJE (OBJETIVOS ESPECÍFICOS DE APRENDIZAJE Resultado del aprendizaje (objetivos específicos) Nivel Forma de evidenciarlo Desenvolverse en situaciones reales que Cuarto Redacciones sencillas y demanden el uso de una segunda Nivel coherentes sobre diferentes temas lengua. B1 Informes de exámenes orales con Expresar opiniones, plantear quejas, MCERL rúbrica. pedir aclaraciones. Reporte de plataforma virtual TELL ME MORE. Pruebas escritas y exámenes virtuales. Entrevistas grabadas a nativo hablantes 4. METODOLOGÍA: a. Estrategias metodológicas: El estudiante utilizará la plataforma virtual de aprendizaje TELL ME MORE; además, asistirá a ochenta horas clases presenciales en las que se enfatizará el aspecto comunicativo y se reforzará lo estudiado en la plataforma virtual. El docente actuará como facilitador del aprendizaje ya que el estudiante será el gestor de su propia instrucción académica.


Las clases se conducirán bajo la modalidad de charlas, co-participaciones, actividades grupales, encuentros y debates, exposiciones y explicaciones por parte del docente. b. Orientaciones metodológicas: La metodología utilizada en la instrucción estará orientada hacia el desarrollo de todas las destrezas comunicativas en la lengua extranjera. Las actividades dentro de la plataforma virtual y las clases presenciales se estructurarán de tal modo que el estudiante pueda desenvolverse exitosamente a las demandas de exámenes internacionales como el TOEFL o FCE. 5. CONDUCTA Y COMPORTAMIENTO ÉTICOS: a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) i)

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Puntualidad. Asistencia regular. Respeto al docente, a los compañeros, autoridades y bienes de la Universidad. No se podrá consumir ningún tipo de alimentos dentro del aula. Se prohíbe la utilización de dispositivos electrónicos (celulares, iPods, juegos electrónicos, etc.) sin autorización del docente. Los trabajos asignados por el docente tanto el plataforma, como en forma escrita deberán ser entregados dentro del plazo señalado, sin postergación. El estudiante deberá participar en todas las actividades dispuestas por el docente, sin que medie justificación alguna. Los estudiantes que fueren sorprendidos haciendo trampa en un examen se someterán a lo dispuesto dentro del reglamento. Las justificaciones aprobadas por inasistencia a clases serán válidas sólo y exclusivamente para recibir trabajos y pruebas atrasadas (las inasistencias NO SON JUSTIFICADAS, COMO NO LO ES EL TRABAJO EN PLATAFORMA). Se dará curso a las solicitudes presentadas durante las siguientes 48 horas después de haber concluido la actividad de clase. Como lo dispone el Art. 54 del Reglamento de la Universidad, las solicitudes para rendir exámenes atrasados, sólo se receptarán dentro de las siguientes 48 horas luego de que se llevara a cabo el examen. Además, serán válidas si están avaladas por un documento de respaldo. Todas las que dictamina el Reglamento General de Estudiantes.

6. RECURSOS:  Plataforma virtual para la enseñanza de Inglés como lengua extranjera.  Laboratorios multimedia.  Aulas equipadas con TICs a disposición de los estudiantes y docentes.  Material de audio y video.  Internet inalámbrico en el edificio.  Tutorías disponibles en forma gratuita en diferentes horarios. 7. EVALUACIÓN: Trabajos fuera de clase: trabajo realizado en Plataforma Virtual. Actividades de comunicación oral Evaluaciones escritas. Examen escrito Examen oral TOTAL

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8. BIBLIOGRAFÍA: - BÁSICA: - Plataforma Virtual TELL ME MORE. - COMPLEMENTARIA: - Azar, B., 1989, Understanding and Using English Grammar, Prentice-Hall, Inc. - Folde, K., et al., 2004, Great Essays, Houghton Miffin Co. - Folde, K., et al., 2004, Great Paragraphs, Houghton Miffin Co. - Murphy, R., 2008, Grammar in Use, Cambridge University Press. - RECOMENDADA: - Quirk, R., 1982, A Grammar of Contemporary English, Longman. -

DIRECCIONES ELECTRÓNICAS: o Básicas o http://virtual.ec o Recomendadas o A criterio del docente.

9. Programa English Language Syllabus Cuarto Nivel Nivel del MARCO COMUN EUROPEO REFERENCIAL DE LENGUAS B1 (Intermediate) Objetivos Generales Comprender los puntos principales de textos claros y en lengua estándar sobre cuestiones que le son conocidas, ya sea en situaciones de trabajo, de estudio o de ocio. Sabe desenvolverse en la mayor parte de las situaciones donde se utiliza la lengua. Objetivos Específicos Expresar probabilidad. Describir y narrar eventos pasados. Comprender y extraer información de textos y discursos. Adquirir léxico relacionado con la realidad cotidiana. Adquirir léxico para desenvolverse en situaciones formales. Expresar destrezas y habilidades.


UNIT

VOCABULARY

GRAMMAR

PRONUNCIATION

1. Breakfast Menus

Food −Preparing and enjoying a meal −Different meals Communication and Intellect −Choices and decisions Family, Identity, Social Life −Social life

Tenses review “Would like: ”expressing wishes The use and omission of “the” “Little” – “A little” – “Much”

Pronunciation of complex words and complex phrases

2. Product Presentati on

Economy and Trade -Marketing Communication and Intellect -Choices and decisions -Obtaining information Objects -Packaging -Descriptive terms -Progress and Change - Surveys and questionnaires (survey, to fill in, to fill out…)

“Should” and “ought to:” advice

Objects −Size −Fabrics −Cost, payment −Negotiation −Buying, selling Fashion −Clothing −Shoes −Clothes Judgment and Opinion −Originality, commonality Shopping −People and professions −Stores Communication and Intellect −Oral communication −Obtaining information −Greetings, being polite Judgment and Opinion −Necessity, ability and difficulty −People and professions Time −Schedule

3. The Survey

4. Windowshopping

5. Seminar Planning

READING COMPETENCE Reading: "What do you have for breakfast?"

LISTENING COMPETENCE A dialogue with a waiter about breakfast

SPEAKING COMPETENCE Order breakfast and ask the waiter questions

WRITING COMPETENCE A writing about the most common breakfast in your country Internet information about the typical breakfast from a given country

TIME

Pronunciation of complex words and complex phrases

A reading about a Trade Show Sample Survey Questions

A dialogue to talk about the various features of a product

Describe the various features of different products

A survey that customers would have to fill out in order to express their satisfaction levels

6 hours

“How” + adjective or adverb

Pronunciation of complex words and complex phrases

Readings about shopping in the UK and the USA

A conversation about shopping

Express opinions about customer surveys

A customer satisfaction survey

6 hours

Use of the present conditional Construction of compound nouns Verb + infinitive clause

Pronunciation of complex words and complex phrases

Reading about window shopping

Dialogue with a friend while shopping

Give opinions on an article

A writing about the gift you will get your parents/sibling /friend for an upcoming holiday

6 hours

The perfect conditional Infinitive clause Review of conditional sentences “To be left” – “To have left”

Pronunciation of complex words and complex phrases

6 hours

A writing about a time when someone got you a present you didn’t like

Readings about companies and seminars

Conversations about reserving a hotel room and organizing a seminar

Debate about the process of planning a seminar

A writing to express your opinions about important tips to plan a seminar

6 hours


6. Seeing the USA

7. An Emergenc y

8. At the Doctor’s

9. Insurance & Banking

Communication and Intellect −Awareness, memories, forgetting −Greetings, being polite Family, Identity, Social Life −Family life −Identity Transportation Terms −Public transportation Judgment and Opinion −Originality, commonality Air and Rail Transportation −Traveling by train or plane Health and Medicine −Treatment, medication, operations −Miscellaneous −Sleep −Fitness and fatigue −Places −Medical equipment −Medical staff −Health problems Family, Identity, Social Life −Personal details Health and Medicine −Medical exams and tests −Treatment, medication, operations −Places −Medical staff −Health problems

“Which” – “What” Uses of “so” The notion of means

Pronunciation of complex words and complex phrases

A reading about travelling

A conversation about the USA

Talk about different means of transportation, lifestyles and pastimes

Opinions about how much time Americans spend doing different activities

6 hours

Construction and use of the present perfect continuous Present Perfect and Present Perfect continuous

Pronunciation of complex words and complex phrases

Readings about emergencies and accidents

A dialogue about a car accident

Speak about accidents and assistance for an injured person

A writing about emergencies

6 hours

The sequence of tenses “That” and dependent clauses “Kind of” followed by a noun

Pronunciation of complex words and complex phrases

Tips to keep a healthy life and avoid stress and diseases

A conversation with the doctor to describe symptoms and discuss treatment options

Talk about health care and a healthy life

Writings about different situations at the doctor´s

6 hours

Administration and Law -Law and Justice -Crimes and misdemeanors Economy and Trade -Buying, selling -People and professions Finance and Insurance -Insurance -Banking Work Environment -Corporate life

The affirmative imperative The negative imperative Tenses review

Pronunciation of complex words and complex phrases

Readings about the different types of insurances

A conversation with an insurance agent

Talk about insurance and banking

A writing about the importance of having an insurance

6 hours


10. Site Visit

- Company structure(affiliate , corporation, incorporated - Corporate strategy (to downsize, to streamline, to found...) - Company premises (plant facilities, plant, manufacturing facilities...)

Construction and use of the present perfect continuous (review) - The present subjunctive - Past perfect

Pronunciation of complex words and complex phrases

A reading about Chevron Company

A dialogue about a company

Give opinions about companies

A company profile

DISTRIBUCIÓN DE TIEMPO: El ciclo durará 80 horas divididas de la siguiente manera: 58 horas: clase presencial, incluidas evaluaciones orales y escritas por unidad. 8 horas: trabajo en laboratorio 12 horas: Evaluaciones parciales, finales y supletorias 2 horas: hechos inesperados TOTAL: 80 HORAS TIEMPO DEDICADO ESTUDIO DE LA PLATAFORMA COMO TRABAJO AUTONOMO SUPERVISADO Y EVALUADO E INVESTIGACIÓN: 8O HORAS. EVALUACIÓN: Se recomienda por lo menos una evaluación oral y escrita por unidad. Por reglamento se deben tomar un examen oral y un escrito cada cuatro unidades. Oral: Interaction (conversation, dialogues, role plays, interviews, drama). Expression (presentations, reports, projects). Written: Interaction (emails, letters) Expression (reports of their learning progress, journals, portfolios, essays). Nivel:(B= básico, M= medio, A= alto). 7. Reflections and Experiences

8. Evidence

6 hours


Research Works and Tasks. 1. Vocabulary about food: individual- in pairs – in group - in two groups.


2. Writing: Why Ecuadorians have three meals in a day? CLASSWORK NAME: Rafael Salazar DATE: 06/04/2013 INFORMATION  CELLPHONE: 0981273737  PHONE:023-760-681  EMAIL: rafaelsalazar291093@hotmail.com WHY ECUADORIANS HAVE THREE MEALS IN A DAY? Eating three meals a day is the custom in the Ecuador although many people are breaking with tradition and trying different eating forms that require more or fewer meals a day. Health professionals often recommend different eating forms for people with medical conditions. For instance, people with digestive problems might benefit from four or five smaller meals instead of the customary three larger meals. I think everyone should have three meals a day and set a record of diet in order to balance their diet and also to have better health

He said, “I love her so much”. PAST TENSE

He said that he loved her so much. PAST PERFECT TENSE

He said, “I loved her so much”. He said that he had loved her so much.

PRESENT PERFECT

PAST PERFECT TENSE

He said, “I have loved her so much”.

He said that he had loved her so much.


WILL FUTURE

WOULD

He said, “I will love her so much”. He said that he would love her so much. IMPERATIVE

INFINITIVE

He said, “Love me!”

He told her to love him.

TIME/SPACE EXPRESSIONS: YESTERDAY

THE DAY BEFORE

TODAY

THAT DAY

LAST WEEK/MONTH/…

THE WEEK/MONTH/… BEFORE THE PREVIOUS WEEK/MONTH/…

TOMORROW

THE NEXT DAY

NEXT MONTH/YEAR/…

THE FOLLOWING

MONTH/YEAR/… THIS/THESE

THAT/THOSE

HERE

THERE

NOW

THEN/AT THAT MOMENT

QUESTIONS:

WH/HOW – Questions WH/HOW – word remains He asked me, “Why do you love me?” He asked me why I loved him. He asked me, “How much do I love me?” He asked me how much I loved him. YES/NO - Questions

IF/WHETHER He asked me, “Do you love me?” He asked me if I loved him. He asked me whether I loved him.


Write what Sarah said, making the necessary changes:

SHE SAID THAT….“I’m living in New York.” ___________________________________________________________________________ “My mother isn’t very well.” ___________________________________________________________________________ “Jane and Paul are going to visit Italy next month.”

___________________________________________________________________________ “My brother had an accident.” ___________________________________________________________________________ “I haven’t seen Diana last night.”

___________________________________________________________________________ “Jack and Jill were waiting for the bus.” ___________________________________________________________________________ “I don’t drink coffee anymore.” ___________________________________________________________________________ “Tom can speak Japanese.”

___________________________________________________________________________ “I will go to Anna’s birthday party.” ___________________________________________________________________________ “My purse was stolen this morning.” ___________________________________________________________________________

“Kate took my keys.” ___________________________________________________________________________ “My husband has just finished reading this interesting book.” ___________________________________________________________________________ “Daniel didn’t buy the tickets for the theatre yesterday.” ___________________________________________________________________________  Choose the correct word: 

She said / told us to stand up.

Mr Jones said / told the manager he was leaving.

Everybody said / told the concert had been terrible.

I didn’t say / tell Meg that I was coming today.


The Prime Minister said / told that things would get better soon.

Alice said / told she was sick.

Nancy didn’t say / tell us anything.

You said / told me you were working tonight.

Transform into DIRECT Speech:

He said that she would leave at six. ___________________________________________________________________________ He said that Peter often went fishing. ___________________________________________________________________________ Mary asked if she could come back later. ___________________________________________________________________________ I said that I had just seen Mark. ___________________________________________________________________________ Alan told me that Angela was watching TV. ___________________________________________________________________________ They said that the cat had been sleeping on the sofa. ___________________________________________________________________________ I said that we were late. ___________________________________________________________________________ She asked what the boys were doing. ___________________________________________________________________________ Questions: Put them into Reported Speech: HE ASKED …“How old are you?” ___________________________________________________________________________ “Are you married?” ___________________________________________________________________________ “Do you live nearby?” ___________________________________________________________________________ “Where have you worked before?” ___________________________________________________________________________ “Can you speak German or French?” ___________________________________________________________________________ “Do you have a driving license?” ___________________________________________________________________________ “How much money do you want?” ___________________________________________________________________________ “When can you start?” _________________________________________________________________________ REPORTED SPEECH – Solutions  Write what Sarah said, making the necessary changes 

She said that she was living in NY at the moment.

…her mother was not very well.

…Jago and Paul were going to visit Italy the following month.

…her brother had had an accident.

… she had not seen Diana the night before.


… Jack and Jill had been waiting for the bus.

… she did not drink coffee anymore.

… Tom could speak Japanese.

… she would go to Anna’s birthday party.

… her purse had been stolen that morning.

… Kate had taken her keys.

…her husband had just finished reading that interesting book.

…Daniel had not bought any tickets for the theatre the day before.

Choose the correct word 

told

b) told

c) said

d) tell

e) said

f) said

g) tell

Write in the DIRECT SPEECH!... COMMA!!! 

He said, “She will leave at six.”

He said, “Peter often goes fishing.”

Mary asked, “Can I come back later?”

I said, “I’ve just seen Mark.”

Alan told me/said, “Angela is watching TV.”

They said, “The cat has been sleeping on the sofa.”

I said, “We are late.”

She asked, “What are the boys doing?”

Questions: Put them into Reported Speech 

He asked how old I was.

He asked if/whether I was married.

He asked if/whether I lived nearby.

He asked where I had worked before.

He asked if/whether I could speak German or French.

He asked if/whether I had a driving license.

He asked how much money I wanted.

He asked when I could start.

h) told


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