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Activity 3 – Writing Task

Yeison Vargas Mendoza


Código. 80 740 293
Grupo: 133

UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL ABIERTA Y A DISTANCIA. UNAD

ESCUELA DE CIENCIAS BASICAS. INGENIERIA

INGENIERIA INDUSTRIAL
I. PHASE ONE
A. Introduce yourself and select role: Each student will
share IN ENGLISH the following information on complete
sentences:
I. FASE UNO

A. Preséntese y seleccione el rol: Cada alumno compartirá EN INGLÉS la siguiente


información en oraciones completas:

Cordial greeting Tutor and Partners

My name is Yeison Vargas Mendoza I am 34 years old, I live in the


Puente Aranda neighborhood in Bogotá, I work as a production
supervisor in a company dedicated to the manufacture of products for
PVC architecture.

My cell phone number is: 3058145119

The role I choose for this activity is:

Alerts: To notify all the group members about changes or news


related to the submission or elaboration of the final paper. To notify
the teacher through the collaborative forum and the course
messaging that the final paper was submitted.

For the number 2 phase I choose the number one question in the
chart (progressive present)

I choose exercise number 2 for the development of the exercises

II. PHASE TWO:


B. Check grammar structures/vocabulary: Each participant
will select ONE Grammar topic to COMPLETE the chart in
the forum with the explanations of such grammar topics.
La idea de esta fase, es que con sus propias palabras
explique el tema, no que busque en internet y copie la
información, no, esa no es la idea.

II. FASE DOS:

B. Verifique el vocabulario y las estructuras gramaticales: cada participante


seleccionará UN tema de Gramática para COMPLETAR el cuadro en el foro con
las explicaciones de dichos temas de gramática.

La idea de esta fase, es decir, con sus propias palabras, las palabras explícitas el
tema, no se puede buscar en Internet y copiar la información, no, esa no es la idea.
GRAMMAR EXPLANATION/STRUCTURE/EXAMPLES Responsible
TOPIC
Present Continuous or Progressive
The Present Continuous or Present Progressive is a
verb tense that is used to express actions that
happen at the same moment in which one is
speaking, for example:
I am speaking English. I am speaking English. (It's
happening now).
You are reading a book. You are reading a book.
Present
I'm studying the lesson. He is studying the lesson. Yeison Vargas
Progressive She is buying a hat. She is buying a hat.
It is raining. It's raining.
We are sleeping. We are sleeping.
You are dancing in the street. You are dancing in the
street.
They are walking in the park. They are walking in the
park.
Wh
Questions

Modal
Verbs

Present
Perfect

Tag
Questions

Responsible: Yeison Vargas Mendoza


Exercise 2: Write a complete question with each “WH” word,
with the respective answer

Responsable:

Ejercicio 2: Escribe una pregunta completa con cada palabra "WH", con la
respuesta respectiva.

Example: Who is the man over there?

A/: The man over there is my uncle.

¿What time does she arrive from school?

I arrive every day at school at 6 o'clock in the morning

¿Where are you from?

I am from Bogota

¿Why do you wake up so early?

I do it because my classes start at 6 o'clock in the morning every day

¿Who are they?

they are my friends

¿How do you feel today?

Today I feel very good

I. PHASE THREE
C. Complete the story: In group, you are going to complete
the parts of the story:
III. FASE TRES

D. Completa la historia: en grupo, vas a completar las partes de la historia:

Once upon a time, in a village far away, there lived six blind men.
One day the villagers were very excited, and when they asked what
was happening they told them,
_______________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________
__

And so they decided, "Even though we will not be able to see it, we
can feel it. Let's go."
_______________________________________________________
______________________________________, and each of them
touched it:

"Hey, ________________ is a pillar," said the first man, touching its


leg.

"Oh, no! it is like a rope," said the second man, who was touching the
____________.

"Oh, no! it is like the branch of a tree," said the third man, touching
the ______________________.

"It is like a big hand fan" said the fourth man, who was touching
____________________.

"It is like a huge wall," said the fifth man, touching the
_________________________________.

"It is like a pipe," said the sixth man,


touching the____________________________.

They began to argue about what the ______________ was like, and
each of them insisted that he was right.

They were getting angry, and fists were about to fly, when a wise
man, who had come to see the _________________ asked what the
matter was.
They replied, "We cannot agree what this _____________ looks like,"
and each of them told the wise man what he thought the
____________ was like.

The wise man smiled and calmly explained to them, "You are all
correct. The reason that each of you experienced it differently is
because you touched a different part of _____________. Actually the
____________ has all these features: Its _________ are like pillars,
its ________ is like a rope, its __________ are like the branches of a
tree, its __________ are like a fan, and it has a ____________, that
is just is like a pipe.

"Oh!" the blind men said, and there was no more fighting. They felt
happy that they had all been right.

What is the moral of this story?

Érase una vez, en un pueblo muy lejano, vivían seis hombres ciegos.
Un día los aldeanos estaban muy emocionados, y cuando
preguntaron qué estaba sucediendo, les dijeron:
_______________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________
__
Y entonces decidieron: "Aunque no podremos verlo, podemos
sentirlo. Vámonos".
_______________________________________________________
______________________________________, y cada uno de ellos
lo tocó:
"Oye, ________________ es un pilar", dijo el primer hombre,
tocándose la pierna.
"¡Oh, no !, es como una soga", dijo el segundo hombre, que estaba
tocando el ____________.
"¡Oh, no !, es como la rama de un árbol", dijo el tercer hombre,
tocando el ______________________.
"Es como un gran abanico", dijo el cuarto hombre, que estaba
tocando ____________________.
"Es como un gran muro", dijo el quinto hombre, tocando el
_________________________________.
"Es como una pipa", dijo el sexto hombre, tocando el
____________________________.
Comenzaron a discutir sobre cómo era el ______________, y cada
uno de ellos insistió en que tenía razón.
Se estaban enojando, y los puños estaban a punto de volar, cuando
un hombre sabio, que había venido a ver al __________________ le
preguntó qué era el asunto.
Ellos respondieron, "No podemos estar de acuerdo con el aspecto de
esta _____________", y cada uno de ellos le dijo al sabio cómo creía
que era el ____________.
El sabio sonrió y tranquilamente les explicó: "Todos están en lo
correcto. La razón por la que cada uno de ustedes lo experimentó de
manera diferente es porque tocaron una parte diferente de
_____________. En realidad, ____________ tiene todas estas
características: Sus _________ son como pilares, es ________ es
como una cuerda, su __________ es como las ramas de un árbol, su
__________ es como un abanico, y tiene un ____________, que es
como una pipa.
"¡Oh!" los ciegos dijeron, y no hubo más peleas. Se sintieron felices
de que todos estuvieran en lo cierto.

cual es la moral de esta historia?

____________________________________________________
Once upon a time, in a village far away, there lived six blind men.
One day the villagers were very excited, and when they asked what was happening they
told them, "Hey, there is an elephant in the village today!"
They had no idea what an elephant was, and so they decided, "Even though we will not be
able to see it, we can feel it. Let's go." So, they all went to where the elephant was, and
each of them touched it:
"Hey, the elephant is a pillar," said the first man, touching its leg.
"Oh, no! it is like a rope," said the second man, who was touching the tail.
"Oh, no! it is like the branch of a tree," said the third man, touching the tusk of the elephant.
"It is like a big hand fan" said the fourth man, who was touching its ear.
"It is like a huge wall," said the fifth man, touching the side of the elephant.
"It is like a pipe," said the sixth man, touching the trunk of the elephant.
They began to argue about what the elephant was like, and each of them insisted that he
was right.
They were getting angry, and fists were about to fly, when a wise man, who had come to
see the elephant asked what the matter was.
They replied, "We cannot agree what this elephant looks like," and each of them told the
wise man what he thought the elephant was like.
The wise man smiled and calmly explained to them, "You are all correct. The reason that
each of you experienced it differently is because you touched a different part of the
elephant. Actually the elephant has all these features: Its legs are like pillars, its tail is like a
rope, its tusks are like the branches of a tree, its ears are like a fan, and it has a trunk, that
is just is like a pipe.
"Oh!" the blind men said, and there was no more fighting. They felt happy that they had all
been right.
The moral of this story is that even if you don't agree with someone, there may be some
truth to what they say. Sometimes we can see that truth and sometimes we can't, because
they have a different perspective to us, but rather than arguing like the blind men, we
should realise that they have their own experiences that make them think this way. If we
can accept this, we are much less likely to get into violent arguments.
Érase una vez, en un pueblo muy lejano, vivían seis hombres ciegos.

Un día, los aldeanos estaban muy emocionados, y cuando preguntaron qué estaba
sucediendo, les dijeron: "¡Oigan, hoy hay un elefante en la aldea!".

No tenían idea de qué era un elefante, y entonces decidieron: "Aunque no podremos


verlo, podemos sentirlo. Vámonos". Entonces, todos fueron al lugar donde estaba el
elefante, y cada uno de ellos lo tocó:

"Oye, el elefante es un pilar", dijo el primer hombre, tocándose la pierna.

"¡Oh, no! Es como una cuerda", dijo el segundo hombre, que estaba tocando la cola.

"¡Oh, no! Es como la rama de un árbol", dijo el tercer hombre, tocando el colmillo del
elefante.

"Es como un gran abanico", dijo el cuarto hombre, que estaba tocando su oreja.

"Es como un gran muro", dijo el quinto hombre, tocando el costado del elefante.

"Es como una pipa", dijo el sexto hombre, tocando el tronco del elefante.

Comenzaron a discutir sobre cómo era el elefante, y cada uno de ellos insistió en que
tenía razón.

Se estaban enojando, y los puños estaban a punto de volar, cuando un hombre sabio, que
había venido a ver al elefante, le preguntó qué pasaba.
Ellos respondieron: "No podemos estar de acuerdo con el aspecto de este elefante", y
cada uno de ellos le dijo al sabio cómo creía que era el elefante.

El sabio sonrió y tranquilamente les explicó: "Están todos en lo correcto. La razón por
la que cada uno de ustedes lo experimentó de manera diferente es porque tocaron una
parte diferente del elefante. En realidad, el elefante tiene todas estas características: Sus
patas son como pilares, su cola es como una cuerda, sus colmillos son como las ramas
de un árbol, sus orejas son como un abanico, y tiene un tronco, que es como una pipa.

"¡Oh!" los ciegos dijeron, y no hubo más peleas. Se sintieron felices de que todos
estuvieran en lo cierto.

La moraleja de esta historia es que incluso si no estás de acuerdo con alguien, puede
haber algo de verdad en lo que dicen. A veces podemos ver esa verdad y otras veces no,
porque tienen una perspectiva diferente para nosotros, pero en lugar de discutir como
los ciegos, debemos darnos cuenta de que tienen sus propias experiencias que los hacen
pensar de esta manera. Si podemos aceptar esto, es mucho menos probable que nos
metamos en discusiones violentas.