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TABLE OF CONTENTS.
MISIÓN (MISION STATEMENT) ..............................................................................
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PERFIL DE EGRESO (EXIT PROFILE)
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6. Genera escenarios de aprendizaje significativos dando lugar a
la investigación participativa, el aprendizaje basado e...
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CURRICULUM VITAE
PERSONAL INFORMATION
Name: Paucar Lizano Cristina de los Ángeles
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STATEMENT OF PERSONAL LEARNING GOALS.
What are your reasons for studying at “Carrera de Idiomas”?
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I. SYLLABUS GENERAL INFORMATION
Subject: Reading I
Program: Carrera de Idiomas
Code: FCHE/I/MP/2129/01/04 Prerequisites:...
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Purpose
The main aim of this syllabus is to develop the reading, vocabulary-building, and
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IV. COURSE STUDY PROGRAM
Curricular Units
U.1 Identify main and supporting ideas in reading texts.
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research and relationship
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V. NORMATIVE STANDARDS EVALUATION
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Honson, Margaret 2008 Different words 8th. Edition Cambridge
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VII. SYLLABUS APPROVAL
Date prepared: September 21st, 2015
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he day Jo was normal, she forgot
her notebook and happened
unexpected things in his day, as her
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I think that the book is interesting and romantic.
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I think the most interesting and amazing
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FINAL REFLECTION
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  • 1. 1 UNIVERSIDAD TÉCNICA DE AMBATO FACULTAD DE CIENCIAS HUMANAS Y DE LA EDUCACIÓN CARRERA DE IDIOMAS MODALIDAD PRESENCIAL STUDENT PORTFOLIO “READING” First Semester “A” Name: Cristina Paucar Teacher: Lic. Mag. Marbella Escalante AMBATO – ECUADOR October 2015- March 2016
  • 2. 2 TABLE OF CONTENTS. MISIÓN (MISION STATEMENT) .......................................................................................3 VISIÓN (VISION STATEMENT)........................................................................................3 PERFIL DE EGRESO (EXIT PROFILE) ..............................................................................4 STUDENT´S C.V..................................................................................................................6 STATEMENT OF PERSONAL LEARNING GOALS.........................................................7 SYLLABUS............................................................................................................................8 Evidence for Element 1 ........................................................................................................22 Evidence for Element 2 ........................................................................................................24 Evidence for Element 3 ........................................................................................................26 Evidence for Element 4 ........................................................................................................32 Evidence for Element 5 ........................................................................................................35 FINAL REFLECTION.......................................................................................................398 PORTFOLIO RUBRIC ........................................................................................................40
  • 3. 3 FACULTAD DE CIENCIAS HUMANAS Y DE LA EDUCACIÓN CARRERA DE IDIOMAS MISIÓN (MISION STATEMENT) Formar profesionales líderes competentes, con visión humanista y pensamiento crítico a través de la Docencia, la Investigación y la Vinculación, que apliquen, promuevan y difundan el conocimiento respondiendo a las necesidades del país. VISIÓN (VISION STATEMENT) La Carrera de Idiomas de la Facultad de Ciencias Humanas y de la Educación de la Universidad Técnica de Ambato por sus niveles de excelencia se constituirá como un centro de formación superior con liderazgo y proyección nacional e internacional
  • 4. 4 PERFIL DE EGRESO (EXIT PROFILE) UNIVERSIDAD TÉCNICA DE AMBATO FACULTAD DE CIENCIAS HUMANAS Y DE LA EDUCACIÓN CARRERA DE IDIOMAS Perfil del egresado Al concluir la Carrera de Idiomas los estudiantes demostrarán haber adquirido y desarrollado las siguientes competencias, capacidades, habilidades, destrezas y desempeños como resultados de su formación profesional: 1. Usa el idioma inglés a un nivel B2 del Common European Framework. 2. Maneja competentemente los métodos y estrategias metodológicas para la enseñanza del idioma inglés según las exigencias del Teaching Knowledge Test (TKT) 3. Diseña programas o cursos específicos y sus respectivos materiales didácticos. 4. Elabora materiales didácticos mediante la utilización de NTIC´s. 5. Transforma el contexto educativo a tráves de la práctica de valores.
  • 5. 5 6. Genera escenarios de aprendizaje significativos dando lugar a la investigación participativa, el aprendizaje basado en problemas y el trabajo en equipo. 7. Maneja leyes y reglamentos de Educación Ecuatoriana. 8. Aplica técnicas de valoración de los aprendizajes, así como también de su propio desempeño docente. 9. Manejo de los aspectos sociales, intelectuales y psicológicos de los estudiantes para promover el aprendizaje.
  • 6. 6 CURRICULUM VITAE PERSONAL INFORMATION Name: Paucar Lizano Cristina de los Ángeles I.C. : 1804914834 Address: El Pisque Telephone: 0983239717 Email: crisydany15052015@gmail.com Date and place of born: May 11, 1996 Ambato Marital Statue: single STUDIES Elementary School: Teresa Flor High School: Hispano America University: Ambato technical University (PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE) Position / Activity developed: FOTO
  • 7. 7 STATEMENT OF PERSONAL LEARNING GOALS. What are your reasons for studying at “Carrera de Idiomas”? Considering that English is one of the languages most spoken in the world, my reasons are many, for example, I believe that languages can help me get a job more easily, because knowing another language is very important in the business world, and I also think I can travel to another county to specialize in my career and thus you could see new places and learn more things. What are your own goals for this subject/syllabus? In this syllabus my own goals are to learn new vocabulary in order to expand my knowledge and have more ideas. Learn how words are pronounced. Participate in discussions in class and to answer the questions that are asked in English. How will you achieve your goals? I think for my goals I should be consistent and perseverant in what I do, because the goals are not conducted in the overnight and persistence is what I need right now. What will you do every day or week to reach these goals? As I mentioned in the previous paragraph consistent be one of the steps to reach my goals. I will study new vocabulary every day. That will help me to understand the language. Having more fluid lexicon make me able to express clearly and coherently.
  • 8. 8 UNIVERSIDAD TÉCNICA DE AMBATO FACULTAD DE CIENCIAS HUMANAS Y DE LA EDUCACION CARRERA DE IDIOMAS MODALIDA PRESENCIAL SÍLABO READING I Octubre 2015 – Marzo 2016 MARBELLA CUMANDA ESCALANTE GAMAZO Magister en Docencia Universitaria y Administración Educativa. Licenciada en Ciencias de la Educación Especialidad Inglés AMBATO – ECUADOR 2015
  • 9. 9 I. SYLLABUS GENERAL INFORMATION Subject: Reading I Program: Carrera de Idiomas Code: FCHE/I/MP/2129/01/04 Prerequisites: ANY Study Modality: On Campus Subject Code 1. Curricular Organization Unit: Formación Básica e Informática Credits: 4 Level: First Corequisites: Subject Code 1. Integrated Skills I FCHE/I/MP/2129/02/02 Hours per Week Class Hours: 4 Theoretical: 2 Practical: 2 Tutoring Student Hours: 1 On Campus: 1 Virtual: 0 TOTAL LEARNING HOURS: 160. Weekly hours: 4 Hours during the semester: 64 Weekly independent hours for the semester: 80 Academic tutoring hours: 16 II. PROFESSOR'S TEACHING PROFILE Professor's name: Escalante Gamazo Marbella Cumanda Academic degree: Master en Educación Universitaria y Administración Educativa. Knowledge area: Education. Broad field: 01 Education. Narrow field: 011 Education. Detailed field: 0113 Teacher training without subject specialization. Bachelor's degree: Lic. Ciencias Humanas y de la Educación Especialidad Inglés Knowledge area: Education Broad field: 01 Education Narrow field: 011 Education Detailed field: 0114 Teacher training with subject specialization Professional experience: 18 years Teaching experience: 18 years Program Academic Area: Área de la Competencia Comunicativa Professsor's schedule (practical application and learning experimentation): Tuesday 7h00-9h00; Wednesday 9h00-11h00. Professor's schedule (Academic tutoring): Tuesday from 13h00 -14h00 Phone numbers: 0999944812 – 032850916 E-mail: marbescalante@gmail.com - ma.escalante@uta.edu.ec III. COURSE DESCRIPTION AND OBJECTIVES
  • 10. 10 Purpose The main aim of this syllabus is to develop the reading, vocabulary-building, and critical-analytic thinking skill at a A1 to A2 by the use of authentic reading texts. Course Description: (Abstract) Reading I is a syllabus that supposes the beginning of the development of reading skill in the students of first level at Carrera de Idiomas, in order to build up this skill, students will use reading texts that will allow them to develop reading techniques that include skimming, understanding the main idea, identifying reference words, scanning, inferring meaning, separating fact from opinion, predicting, identify word organisation, reading quickly, identifying the topic, and previewing. These reading sub skills will be supported by the application of the following strategies: checking predictions, answering comprehension questions, and reviewing and understanding vocabulary in context. The elements to be developed during this syllabus are: identify main and supporting ideas in reading texts, demonstrate clear understanding of a text by using scanning and making inferences techniques, analyze the meaning of vocabulary items in reading texts, give opinion that will be sustained by reading texts about certain topics and produce written texts using the reading texts as information source. In addition, the students will develop extensive reading skills by reading graded texts to develop their independent learning activities when they are not on campus. For the achievement of the learning outcomes, the communicative language teaching approach, project-based learning and problem-based learning (PBL-ABP) will be used in the entire lesson. Students will engage in pair and group work activities to use English for real communication. Assessment will include diagnostic, formative and summative activities. By the end of the semester, students will have developed the competencies of on A1 to A2 level described in the Common European Framework of Reference. Course General Objective Read texts of various natures in order to analyze, interpret, and argue its content while correctly using the English language and maintaining a high level of understanding. Course Specific Objectives : 1. Identify main and supporting ideas in reading texts. 2. Demonstrate clear understanding of a text by using scanning and making inferences techniques 3. Analyze the meaning of vocabulary items in reading texts. 4. Give opinion that will be sustained by reading texts about certain topics 5. Produce written texts using the reading texts as information source.
  • 11. 11 IV. COURSE STUDY PROGRAM Curricular Units U.1 Identify main and supporting ideas in reading texts. Thematic Units Class Hours Tutoring Hours Independent hours including research and community service Assessment tools Theoretical Practical 1.1 Vocabulary related to the beautiful game and sports for everyone. 2 3 1 6 Class work Rubrics Quiz Mind maps Writing text Unit quiz Power point presentation Websites 1.2 Vocabulary related with word groups and antonyms. 2 2 1 6 1.3 Reading skills: Separating fact and opinion and understanding the main idea. 2 2 1 4 SUBTOTAL HOURS 6 7 3 16 TOTAL HOURS 32 Learning outcome: Select the main and supporting ideas in different reading texts by highlighting them. Learning Methodologies: Collaborative Learning, Problem Based Learning, Project-Based Learning, Evidence-Based Learning, Presentation Method, Case Method. Educational Strategies: workshops; simulations, concept mind-map; presentation, speeches Didactic Resources: Slideshares, markers, projector, listening Cds, internet, flash-cards, videos, work-sheets, dictionaries, books, magazines, newspapers. U.2 Demonstrate clear understanding of a text by using scanning and making inferences techniques.
  • 12. 12 Thematic Units Class Hours Hours of Tutoríng Independent study including research and relationship with the society Assessment tools Theoretical Practical 2.1 Vocabulary related to work around the world and unusual occupations. 2 3 1 6 Class work Rubrics Quiz Mind maps Writing text Unit quiz Power point presentation Websites 2.2 Vocabulary related with parts of speech and suffixes. 2 2 1 6 2.3 Reading skills related to scanning and identifying reference words. 2 2 1 4 SUBTOTAL HOURS 6 7 3 16 TOTAL HOURS 32 Unit Learning outcome: Paraphrase the main concepts of reading texts by writing short summaries. Learning Methodologies: Collaborative Learning, Problem Based Learning, Project-Based Learning, Evidence-Based Learning, Presentation Method, Case Method. Educational Strategies: workshops; simulations, concept mind-map; presentation, speeches Didactic Resources: Slideshares, markers, projector, listening Cds, internet, flash-cards, videos, work-sheets, dictionaries, books, magazines, newspapers. U.3 Analyze the meaning of vocabulary items in reading texts.
  • 13. 13 Thematic Units Class Hours Hours of Tutoring Independent study including research and relationship with the society Assessment tools Theoretical Practical 3.1 Vocabulary related to life on death row, crazy criminals, childhood memories and growing up in another culture 2 3 1 6 Class work Rubrics Quiz Mind maps Writing text Unit quiz Power point presentation Websites 3.2 Guessing meaning from contexts Collocations, words with different meanings and prefixes. 2 2 1 6 3.3 Understanding the main idea Identifying the topic, inferring meaning and skimming. 2 2 1 4 SUBTOTAL HOURS 6 7 3 16 TOTAL HOURS 32 Unit Learning outcome: Illustrate the meaning of vocabulary items by elaborating vocabulary logs. Learning Methodologies: Collaborative Learning, Problem Based Learning, Project-Based Learning, Evidence-Based Learning, Presentation Method, Case Method. Educational Strategies: workshops; simulations, concept mind-map; presentation, speeches Didactic Resources: Slideshares, markers, projector, listening Cds, internet, flash-cards, videos, work-sheets, dictionaries, books, magazines, newspapers. U.4 Give opinion that will be sustained by reading texts about certain topics.
  • 14. 14 Thematic Units Class Hours Hours of Tutoring Independent study including research and relationship with the society Assessment tools Theoretical Practical 4.1 Vocabulary related to the secret of success, Is money the answer?,the car is king and incredible journeys. 2 3 1 6 Class work Rubrics Quiz Mind maps Writing text Unit quiz Power point presentation Websites 4.2 Vocabulary: Guessing meaning from context, antonyms, collocations and recognizing parts of speech. 2 2 1 6 4.3 Reading skills: Identifying time order and separating fact and opinion. 2 2 1 4 SUBTOTAL HOURS 6 7 3 16 TOTAL HOURS 32 Unit Learning outcome: Compose short reflection journals giving their opinions about certain topics Learning Methodologies: Collaborative Learning, Problem Based Learning, Project-Based Learning, Evidence-Based Learning, Presentation Method, Case Method. Educational Strategies: workshops; simulations, concept mind-map; presentation, speeches Didactic Resources: Slideshares, markers, projector, listening Cds, internet, flash-cards, videos, work-sheets, dictionaries, books, magazines, newspapers. U.5 Produce written texts using the reading texts as information source.
  • 15. 15 Thematic Units Class Hours Hours of Tutoring Independent study including research and relationship with the society Assessment tools Theoretical Practical 5.1 Vocabulary related to culture connections and the way we live. 2 6 1 6 Class work Rubrics Quiz Mind maps Writing text Unit quiz Power point presentation Websites 5.2 Vocabulary: Prefixes and suffixes, using the dictionary and synonyms. 2 2 1 6 5.3 Reading skills: Identifying the topic, identifying cause and effect and identifying reference words. 2 2 2 4 SUBTOTAL HOURS 6 6 4 16 TOTAL HOURS 32 Unit Learning outcome: Create written texts giving response to different reading texts. Learning Methodologies: Collaborative Learning, Problem Based Learning, Project-Based Learning, Evidence-Based Learning, Presentation Method, Case Method. Educational Strategies: workshops; simulations, concept mind-map; presentation, speeches Didactic Resources: Slideshares, markers, projector, listening cds, internet, flash-cards, videos, work-sheets, dictionaries, books, magazines, newspapers.
  • 16. 16 V. NORMATIVE STANDARDS EVALUATION Specific Objectives Diagnostic Evaluation Formative Evaluation Summative Evaluation 1. Identify main and supporting ideas in reading texts in order to understand the reading content better. Techniques and instruments: Diagnostic quiz Written Quiz: Selection quiz Matching quiz. Questioning Rubrics Work in and out Class Portfolio Inquiring Problem solving Formal Evaluation: Written quiz 2. Demonstrate clear understanding of a text by using scanning and making inferences techniques. Techniques and instruments: Written Quiz: Selection quiz Matching quiz. Rubrics Work in and out Class Portfolio Inquiring Problem solving Formal Evaluation: Written quiz 3. Analyze the meaning of vocabulary items in reading texts. Techniques and instruments: Written Quiz: Selection quiz Matching quiz. Rubrics Work in and out Class Portfolio Inquiring Problem solving Formal Evaluation: Written quiz Written test 4. Give opinion that will be sustained by reading texts about certain topics. Techniques and instruments: Written Quiz: Selection quiz Matching quiz. Rubrics Work in and out Class Portfolio Inquiring Problem solving Formal Evaluation: Written quiz 5. Produce written texts using the reading texts as information source. Techniques and instruments: Written Quiz: Selection quiz Matching quiz.. Rubrics Work in and out Class Portfolio Inquiring Problem solving Formal Evaluation: Written quiz Written test
  • 17. 17 VI. BIBLIOGRAPHY BIBLIOGRAPHY AUTHOR (S) ISSUED YEAR BOOK TITLE EDITION NUMBER EDITORIAL CITY/COUNTRY NUMBER OF PAGES Craven, Miles 2009 Reading Keys 1 2nd. Edition Macmillan, Thailand Tokyo/Japan 165 CODE/ DATABASE LOCATION: Code:801.5=20 C896 Inv: 10381 COMMENTARY: This book will support the students’ knowledge acquired in the classroom. NUMBER OF ISSUES PRINTED: X DIGITAL: 1 VIRTUAL: URL: AUTHOR (S) ISSUED YEAR BOOK TITLE EDITION NUMBER EDITORIAL CITY/COUNTRY NUMBER OF PAGES Craven, Miles 2007 Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary 2nd. Edition Cambridge University Press Cambridge/ United Kingdom 848 CODE/ DATABASE LOCATION: Code: 030=20 C178 Inv: 10125 COMMENTARY: This is a book which will help to improve students´ vocabulary, increase their level of knowledge of English words and phrases, know meanings of words, collocations and longer expressions. NUMBER OF ISSUES PRINTED: X DIGITAL: 2VIRTUAL: URL:
  • 18. 18 ADDITIONAL BIBLIOGRAPHY AUTHOR (S) ISSUED YEAR BOOK TITLE EDITION NUMBER EDITORIAL CITY/COUNTRY NUMBER OF PAGES Bently, Mara 2010 Summer Sound 1st. Edition Cambridge University Press Madrid/ Spain 46 CODE/ DATABASE LOCATION: Code: 82-31=20 B477 Inv: 10104 COMMENTARY: This book offers a variety of challenging vocabulary which will help to improve the students’ English level. NUMBER OF ISSUES PRINTED: X DIGITAL: 2VIRTUAL: URL: AUTHOR (S) ISSUED YEAR BOOK TITLE EDITION NUMBER EDITORIAL CITY/COUNTRY NUMBER OF PAGES Loader, Mandy 2009 Amazing Young Sport People 2nd. Edition Cambridge University Press Madrid, Spain 48 CODE/ DATABASE LOCATION: Code: 82-31=20 L795 Inv: 10103 COMMENTARY: This book offers a variety of challenging vocabulary which will help to improve the students’ English level. NUMBER OF ISSUES PRINTED: X DIGITAL: 4 VIRTUAL: URL: AUTHOR (S) ISSUED YEAR BOOK TITLE EDITION NUMBER EDITORIAL CITY/COUNTRY NUMBEROF PAGES Prouse, Philip 2011 Help 2nd. Edition Cambridge University Press Cambridge/United Kingdom 32 CODE/ DATABASE LOCATION: Code: 82-31=20 P962 COMMENTARY: This book offers a variety of challenging vocabulary which will help to improve the students’ English level. NUMBER OF ISSUES
  • 19. 19 Inv:10095 PRINTED: X DIGITAL: 6 VIRTUAL: URL: AUTHOR/S ISSUED YEAR BOOK TITLE EDITION NUMBER EDITORIAL CITY / COUNTRY NUMBER OF PAGES LEATHER, Sue 2000 Just like a movie 2nd. Edition Cambridge University Press Cambridge/United Kingdom 32 CODE/ DATA BASE LOCATION: Code 82-31=20 L433 Inv 8062: COMMENTARY: This book offers a variety of challenging vocabulary which will help to improve the students’ English level. NUMBER OF ISSUES PRINTED: X DIGITAL: 1 VIRTUAL: URL: AUTHOR/S ISSUED YEAR BOOK TITLE EDITION NUMBER EDITORIAL CITY / COUNTRY NUMBER OF PAGES ROLLASON, Jane 2009 Killer bees 2nd. Edition Cambridge University Press Madrid, Spain 63 CODE/ DATA BASE LOCATION: Code: 82-31=20 R749 Inv:10213 COMMENTARY: This book offers a variety of challenging vocabulary which will help to improve the students’ English level. NUMBER OF ISSUES PRINTED: X DIGITAL: 2 VIRTUAL: URL: AUTHOR/S ISSUED YEAR BOOK TITLE EDITION NUMBER EDITORIAL CITY / COUNTRY NUMBER OF PAGES
  • 20. 20 Honson, Margaret 2008 Different words 8th. Edition Cambridge University Press Cambridge/United Kingdom 48 CODE/ DATA BASE: Code: 82-31=20 JGG Inv: 9644 COMMENTARY: This book offers a variety of challenging vocabulary which will help to improve the students’ English level. NUMBER OF ISSUES PRINTED: X DIGITAL: 1 VIRTUAL: URL:
  • 21. VII. SYLLABUS APPROVAL Date prepared: September 21st, 2015 -------------------------------------- Lic. Marbella Escalante. Mg. Subject Professor Date of approval: September 23rd, 2015 -------------------------- ------------------------------- Lic. Ana Vera Mg. Mg. Veronica Chicaiza Redin. Ph.D Area Coordinator Program Coordinator Syllabus Evaluator Syllabus Validator -------------------------------- Dr. Marcelo Nuñez. Mg. Faculty Sub-Dean Approval
  • 22. 22 UNIVERSIDAD TÉCNICA DE AMBATO FACULTAD DE CIENCIAS HUMANAS Y DE LA EDUCACIÓN CARRERA DE IDIOMAS MODALIDAD PRESENCIAL EVIDENCE ELEMENT 1 “READING” Learning outcome: Select the main and supporting ideas in different reading texts by highlighting them. First Semester “A” AMBATO – ECUADOR October 2015- March 2016
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  • 25. 25 UNIVERSIDAD TÉCNICA DE AMBATO FACULTAD DE CIENCIAS HUMANAS Y DE LA EDUCACIÓN CARRERA DE IDIOMAS MODALIDAD PRESENCIAL EVIDENCE ELEMENT 2 “READING” First Semester “A” Learning outcome: Paraphrase the main concepts of reading texts by writing short summaries. AMBATO – ECUADOR October 2015- March 2016
  • 26. 26 he day Jo was normal, she forgot her notebook and happened unexpected things in his day, as her friend Mike she took the car from his mother’s Jo and crashed in the woods, she scared because she did not know how to affair the things she run to start a new life, she saw many unexpected things, as they were very rare not commonly passed. After two days she returned home and only found a note from her mother saying that she and her sister Amy had to go north for the case of bees, and said they were waiting. She did not understand what was happening. He found her dog, when she left home a soldier was found and this led her in an army truck, here he met Sean and a woman, she made very friend of Sean. She still did not understand what was happening around him and the soldier explained that the Scientists trying to modify the genes of bees hair these were very intelligent and now killing people, but not resisted cold areas and therefore should go to the camps set. Jo was looking for her mother, and to find many things had to happen first escaped from a camp, then she was locked in a garage with her dog here a bee sting she is very scared, but the bee was normal, she stole a scooter. When she arrived at the camp began to snow and saw the people very happy about this, she immediately went for help to find her mother, secretary helped her and she was quickly where her mother was, the meeting was very emotional and she apologized to her mother for everything she did wrong. In the end almost all ends well until she finds a bee. T
  • 27. 27 UNIVERSIDAD TÉCNICA DE AMBATO FACULTAD DE CIENCIAS HUMANAS Y DE LA EDUCACIÓN CARRERA DE IDIOMAS MODALIDAD PRESENCIAL EVIDENCE ELEMENT 3 “READING” Learning outcome: Illustrate the meaning of vocabulary items by elaborating vocabulary logs. First Semester “A” AMBATO – ECUADOR October 2015- March 2016
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  • 32. 34 UNIVERSIDAD TÉCNICA DE AMBATO FACULTAD DE CIENCIAS HUMANAS Y DE LA EDUCACIÓN CARRERA DE IDIOMAS MODALIDAD PRESENCIAL EVIDENCE ELEMENT 4 “READING” Learning outcome: Compose short reflection journals giving their opinions about certain topics First Semester “A” AMBATO – ECUADOR October 2015- March 2016
  • 33. 35 I think that the book is interesting and romantic. It show who a girl deaf be in love of the boy and describe the history of love of the both young. I think that the girl has many fears like any person. She is in love of Jim. She feel fear because she doesn’t can hear and she afraid of being rejected. She believed that she doesn’t fit in the world maybe for her deafness. When she is in love of Jim she feel very frightened because she believe that Jim would reject, but is was totally different to Jim also like she and they make boyfriends, in this moment the doubts leave her head because Jim also feeling the same that Sam. When pass the time she met with the girl of the red dress and she say her that she wasn’t good for Jim because she was deaf and she can’t hear his music because Jim was a band. Sam feel very bad because she think that the girl of the red dress had the reason, and Sam think that Jim deserved something best that she, because she was little thing for his. This history shows that we must trust us regardless that the others says of us, we must be sufficiently mature to self-analysis and know that are unique and worth much. Each person have your own way of thinking and seeing things is that makes us different, and if we have any disability should feel bad because it is what distinguishes us from other people. We feel confident that we are, because we will not get any feeling bad and feeling that we are worthless, we must know that we are made for great things
  • 34. 36 and we must rely on ourselves. UNIVERSIDAD TÉCNICA DE AMBATO FACULTAD DE CIENCIAS HUMANAS Y DE LA EDUCACIÓN CARRERA DE IDIOMAS MODALIDAD PRESENCIAL EVIDENCE ELEMENT 5 “READING” Learning outcome: Create written texts giving response to different reading texts. First Semester “A” AMBATO – ECUADOR October 2015- March 2016
  • 35. 37 I think the most interesting and amazing journey that has been made on earth was the trip to the moon by Neil Armstrong. the trip was sent into space on July 16, 1969, and this came on July 20 the same year. This is considered as one of the most memorable travel for humanity and technology, it was very interesting for many people because never before there has been such an important event for the world. The commander Neil Armstrong became the first human to set foot on the lunar surface, the July 21, 1969; this historical event was broadcast across the globe from the premises of Parkes Observatory in Australia. The President of the United States at the time John F. Kennedy wanted to send the first man to the moon, and yearning came true in 1969 when Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins came to the moon aboard Apollo 11. It was Armstrong who became the first man to touch the lunar surface. The crew left on the moon an American flag and a plaque that read: "Here men from the planet Earth first set foot upon the Moon, July 1969 AD In the name of humanity, we come in peace." of course this protocol for all man on the moon, they had to go through many problems, these include the lack of scientists face the difficulties that face an astronaut to move on the lunar surface with less than the Earth and the psychological effects that this could cause serious. Also there was a possibility that astronauts returned carrying some kind of contamination, so I prepared a special place to fulfill quarantine. The three astronauts were in quarantine for medical project. The aim was to avoid being contaminated by bacteria.
  • 36. 38 When they held a press conference in front of reporters in a plastic cage, surrounded by strong air currents that formed a kind of "wind wall" measures that prevented the transmission of any germs were presented. Transportation in Ecuador
  • 37. 39 FINAL REFLECTION I think that the most important thing I learned in this syllabus is the new vocabulary because I didn’t know many words and thanks to the readings given by the teacher I learned vocabulary that is needed in the first level. One of the very important things that I've managed to learn is synonymous of the words, and also the different meaning of the words have been helpful for me. So I can understand more easily the texts presented. The learning are many, one of these suffixes are they always go to the end of the word. One of the strategies that have helped me achieve my learning is to translate the words I do not understand and repeat at least 10 times so I can memorize them. Another strategy is to read short texts aloud to improve the pronunciation.
  • 38. 40 PORTFOLIO RUBRIC