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Ciclo 2017-II

Escuela Profesional de Ingeniería Industrial

1704-17314 INGLES VI
Trabajo
académico Docente:
Lic. ELVA CIRILO CHAPI
Nota:

VI 01
Ciclo: Sección:
Módulo II
Datos del alumno: Forma de publicación:
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Publicar su archivo(s) en la opción TRABAJO ACADÉMICO que figura en
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Código de matrícula:
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Uded de matrícula:

Fecha de publicación en
campus virtual DUED
LEARN:

Hasta el Domingo 31 de
Diciembre 2017
(Hora peruana)
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su Trabajo Académico
en el Campus Virtual
antes de confirmar al
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Revisar la
previsualización de su
trabajo para asegurar
archivo correcto.

2. Las fechas de publicación de trabajos académicos a través del campus virtual DUED LEARN están definidas
en la plataforma educativa, de acuerdo al cronograma académico 2017-2 por lo que no se aceptarán
trabajos extemporáneos.

3. Las actividades de aprendizaje que se encuentran en los textos que recibe al matricularse, servirán para su
autoaprendizaje mas no para la calificación, por lo que no deberán ser consideradas como trabajos
académicos obligatorios.
Guía del Trabajo Académico:
4. Recuerde: NO DEBE COPIAR DEL INTERNET, el Internet es únicamente una fuente de
consulta. Los trabajos copias de internet serán verificados con el SISTEMA
ANTIPLAGIO UAP y serán calificados con “00” (cero).

5. Estimado alumno:
El presente trabajo académico tiene por finalidad medir los logros alcanzados en el desarrollo del curso.
Para el examen parcial Ud. debe haber logrado desarrollar hasta la pregunta 2 y para el examen final
debe haber desarrollado el trabajo completo.

Criterios de evaluación del trabajo académico:


Este trabajo académico será calificado considerando criterios de evaluación según naturaleza del curso:

Presentación adecuada Considera la evaluación de la redacción, ortografía, y presentación del


1 del trabajo trabajo en este formato. (2 Points)
Considera la revisión de diferentes fuentes bibliográficas y electrónicas
confiables y pertinentes a los temas tratados, citando según la normativa
Investigación
2 bibliográfica:
APA.
Se sugiere ingresar al siguiente enlace de video de orientación:

Situación problemática o Considera el análisis contextualizado de casos o la solución de


3 caso práctico: situaciones problematizadoras de acuerdo a la naturaleza del curso.

Considera la aplicación de juicios valorativos ante situaciones y


4 Otros contenidos
escenarios diversos, valorando el componente actitudinal y ético.

Preguntas

QUESTIONS:

I.- WRITE ABOUT YOUR LIFE . WRITE A TEXT OF 80 WORDS TALKING ABOUT
YOUR LIFE EXPERIENCE USING SIMPLE PAST AND PRESENTE PERFECT WITH
FOR and SINCE. (3 POINTS)

II.-READING: (3 POINTS)

ADVENTUROUS RACE

It’s a team sport. It includes mountain climbing, biking, boating, and trail
running. It has lots of special mystery events- like climbing over a 5 meter wall,
and carrying a team member for 3 kilometers. What is it?

“The coolest sport I’ve ever done, “says 31 year old Bryan Martin. He recently
finished the Hawaii Adventure Race, with his team the Outsiders.
“Although everyone on our team bikes and runs every day, it was a great
challenge.” His team finished fifth out of more than two hundred teams in the
race.

Adventure racing is a new sport that started a few years ago. In it teams of four
people race non- stop across long distances in difficult environments, 24 hours a
day. There are men’s women’s and mixed teams. Some adventure races are just
one day, but others are much longer.

In the Eco- challenge, one of the most famous races, teams must travel 500 km
i9n ten days. They travel by running, climbing ropes, kayaking, mountain biking
and horseback riding. Every year, the Eco-Challenge is held in a different
country and environment, like the jungles of Malaysia, the desert of Morocco, or
the mountains of Canada.

Speed and stamina are very important for adventures races, but there’s one
more unusual thing about the sport . To win the race, all team members must
finish together. If one person quits, the team is out of the race. “You have to help
each other, and you really learn to work together.” Says Bryan Martin. “I enjoy
that most of all”.

ANSWER TRUE OR FALSE AND CORRECTTHE FALSE STATEMENTS

1.- Adventure racing started 100 years ago. TRUE - FALSE

2.- One famous race is ten days long. TRUE - FALSE.

3.- The Eco- Challenge is held every year in Malaysia. TRUE - FLASE
4.- Men and women can be in the same team . TRUE - FALSE

5.- There were five teams in the Hawaii Adventure Race. TRUE FALSE

6.- Adventures races stop at night. TRUE - FALSE

7.- Adventures races include both land and water sports . TRUE - FALSE

8.- The Hawaii Adventure Race is longer than the Eco – Challenge. TRUE -
FALSE

III.- WHAT CUSTOMS HAVE CHANGED IN YOUR COUNTRY IN THE PAST 50


YEARS.

WRITE SENTENCES ABOUT THESE TOPICS. Using USED TO. (2 POINTS)

1.- Communication

a.-
_____________________________________________________________________

2.- entertainment

a.-
_____________________________________________________________________

3.- family life


a.-
_____________________________________________________________________

4.- Transportation

a.-
_____________________________________________________________________

IV.- WHAT WILL HAPPEN ?

WRITE WITH A LOGICAL IDEA. ( 3 POINTS)

1.- If I have time this weekend, __________________________________

2.- If people have large families, ___________________________________


3.- If my city gets larger, _________________________________________

V.- GREENBELTS EXIST ALL OVER THE WORLD. NOW READ ABOUT A
GREENBELT IN AFRICA. WRITE THE ANSWERS TO THE QUESTIONS THAT
FOLLOW. (2 POINTS)

Kenya’s Greenbelt Movement


Kenya’s greenbelt movement started in growing and selling young trees in her
1977, when a woman named Wangari garden for people to plant in places when
Maathai decided to help save the forest they cut down trees. Soon, other women
in Kenya. In Kenya, many people cut became involved and began to grow trees
down trees because they need wood to to sell, too.
burn to for cooking and heating. But
when all the trees are cut down, the
forest doesn’t grow back. Today in Kenya there are more than
Then people have no more wood. 1,500 people selling young trees, and
more than 10 million trees have been
Eventually, if no trees are replanted, the planted. Twelve other African countries
area becomes desert. Wangari started have started greenbelt projects like
Kenya’s.

1. Why did Wangari Maathai start the greenbelt movement?

_______________________________________________________________
_

_______________________________________________________________
_

2. What happens to the land if all of the trees are cut down and nobody plants
more trees?

_______________________________________________________________
_

_______________________________________________________________
_

VI.- COMPLETE THE CHART ( 5 POINTS)

KENYA’S GREENBELT ANY PERUVIAN


MOVEMENT
MOVEMENT ENVIROMENTAL
/ORGANIZATION

1. When did these


movements start?

2. What do the people who


work for these movements
want to save? (What is in
danger?)

3. Why are these places in


danger?

4. How are the people


trying to save these
places?

5. What are the benefits of


the greenbelts?