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Learning activity 4 / Actividad de aprendizaje 4

Evidence: Getting to Bogota / Evidencia: Llegando a Bogotá

1. Johana’s friend Sakie is coming to Colombia. She’s traveling from Yokohama


to Bogota. She wrote an e-mail to Johana showing her itinerary. Please, read
the message. / La amiga de Johana, Sakie, va a venir a Colombia. Ella
estará viajando desde Yokohama a Bogotá y le escribió un e-mail a Johana
mostrándole su itinerario. Por favor, lea el mensaje.

S A K I E KO N I S H I

TO: SAKIE@EDW.COM
FROM: JOHANA@EDW.COM
SUBJEC MY ITINERARY
T:
DATE: AUGUST 18, 2014

3 FILES ATTACHED

My dear friend,

Hope you are great. Yesterday, I bought all the tickets for my trip to
Colombia next month. I’m attaching a copy of them for you to have a
look. I know you made this trip last year, is there anything important to
consider?

What can I do when I arrive to Bogotá?

I will be looking forward to hearing from you soon.

Lots of love,

Sakie. ☺
2. Now, have a look of Sakie’s tickets. / Ahora, observe los tiquetes de Sakie.

Sakie’s train ticket from Yokohama to Tokyo

Sakie’s flight ticket from Tokyo to Los Angeles

Sakie’s fight ticket from Los Angeles to Bogota


Fuente de imágenes: SENA

3. Help Johana replying Sakie’s message. Read the writing plan and the
useful language box for writing e-mails for ideas and planning. / Ayude a
Johana a responder el mensaje de Sakie. Lea el plan de escritura y el
vocabulario útil para escribir e-mails para ideas y planeación.

Useful language for writing e-mails: / Vocbulario útil para escribir


e-mails:

Beginning phrases:

Dear / Hi + Name / My dear friend.

Thank you / Thanks so much / Many thanks for your message / your
e-mail / your letter.

I’m happy / glad to hear from you / It is great to know about you.

Ending phrases:

That’s all for now / Hope to hear from you soon / Looking forward to
hearing from you soon.

Best wishes / Lots of love / Love (from) / Regards / Give my regards to +


Name.
Writing plan: / Plan de escritura:

Objective: To write a reply to Sakie e-mail message.

Plan:

1. Johana thanks Sakie for her message.


2. Johana tells Sakie she has to arrive to Yokohama train station one
hour before the train departures.
3. Johana tells Sakie that after the train arrives in Tokyo, she needs to
take a bus from the train station to Narita International airport.
4. Johana recommends having the passport and boarding pass on hand
before the check in.
5. Johana tells Sakie that the flight to Los Angeles takes very long.
Considering the arrival time, Johana thinks it is better to spend the
night at the hotel airport.
6. Johanna tells Sakie she can wake up early and do some shopping at
the duty free section of Los Angeles airport. (The duty free is at
Terminal 2).
7. Johana tells Sakie that the boarding gate to Bogota’s flight is at
Terminal 5. Thus, Sakie needs to take a shuttle from Terminal 2 to
Terminal 5. The shuttle takes 15 minutes. Johana also tells Sakie that
she can walk, if she prefers so. The walk from Terminal 2 to Terminal 5
takes about 35 minutes.
8. Johana tells Sakie she can’t spend too much time walking around
because she can miss her flight.
9. Johana tells Sakie that she is working in the afternoons now. So, on
September 23rd she can’t go to El Dorado airport. Johana tells Sakie
that after she arrives in Bogota, she has to go pass by the immigration
checkpoints.
10. Johana tells Sakie that after passing immigration she can go to the
baggage claim section and pick up her luggage.
11. Johana tells Sakie that there are taxi points at El Dorado Airport where
she can ask for a safe Taxi.
12. Johana tells Sakie to get a taxi and ask the driver to take her to the
downtown, where Johana lives.
13. Johana says goodbye.

Check: Read the e-mail again and check for mistakes (grammar, spelling,
punctuation, etc.).
4. Now, write the e-mail to complete the evidence. You have to give Sakie clear
instructions by following the writing plan and using at least five (5)
prepositions of movement in the appropriate contexts. Keep in mind all the
different means of transportation Sakie will be using and the places she will
go through. / Ahora, escriba el e-mail para completar la evidencia. Usted
debe darle instrucciones claras a Sakie siguiendo el plan de escritura y usar
por lo menos cinco (5) preposiciones de movimiento en el contexto indicado.
Tenga en cuenta los diferentes medios de transporte que Sakie usará y los
lugares por los que pasará.

Prepositions of movement examples: / Ejemplos de preposiciones de


movimiento:
 Get into the train / bus / shuttle.
 Walk across the shops.

JOHANA GARCIA

TO: JOHANA@EDW.COM
FROM: SAKIE@EDW.COM
SUBJEC RE: MY ITINERARY
T:
DATE: AUGUST 19, 2014
Dear: saki

Thank you for your message, I’m grateful to hear from you.

The first step to take is to go to the Yokohama train station but to catch the train you must have an hour before the train
leaves. After arriving to Tokyo at the train station, at the same station you should take a bus that will take you to Narita
international airport.

When you are inside the airport at the main entrance you are directed to the checking, but before that you should, have the
legal travel documents that would be the passport or visa and the travel card. After a long Journey from Tokyo to Los Angeles
which is the first stop of the flight, if it is night you should rest and spend night at the airport. When you are up early in the
morning you can shop for supplies or vanity to buy something of your interest in the store that is in terminal 2. The boarding
gate is terminal 5 to go to Bogota, but for that that you have two options to go by bus that only takes 15 or if you prefer to walk
you would last 35 minutes from terminal 2 towards 5.

I work along the day, more than everything in the afternoon, so I will not be able to go and find you that day at the Dorado
airport. When you arrive in Bogotá, you will approach immigration control pass. After you leave immigration office you pass
and pick-up your luggage, at the departure station you will find several public transportation carefully choose the means of
transport of your preference, Inside the taxi you will ask the direction to where you are going that is the center of the city
through the road, when you get to my house you will find many trees that seem to be in a forest, when you arrive I will take
you for a good walk through the city.

I hope you come will get along very well, and will welcome you as, if you were at home.

Johanna.
When you finish your work, send the file to your instructor through the platform
as follows:

1. Click on the title of this evidence.


2. Click on Examinar mi equipo and look for the file in your computer. Make
sure the file is attached.
3. Leave a comment for the instructor (optional).
4. Click Enviar.

Una vez finalice la evidencia envíe al instructor el archivo a través de la


plataforma, así:

1. Dé clic en el título de esta evidencia.


2. Dé clic en el enlace Examinar mi equipo y busque el archivo en su
computador. Asegúrese de adjuntar el archivo.
3. Escriba algún comentario si lo considera pertinente.
4. Dé clic en Enviar.

Note: This evidence is an individual activity. Remember to check the learning


guide in order to know if you have done all the assigned activities, know how to
develop them and deliver them correctly.

Nota: Esta evidencia es de carácter individual. Recuerde revisar la guía de


aprendizaje con el fin de verificar que ha realizado todas las actividades
propuestas, saber cómo desarrollarlas y entregarlas correctamente.

Criterios de evaluación
 Expresa deberes y obligaciones, teniendo en cuenta la estructura
gramatical, vocabulario y contexto requeridos.

 Usa las preposiciones de movimiento con la estructura y el vocabulario


requeridos.

 Describe los preparativos para un viaje teniendo en cuenta la estructura, el


vocabulario y contexto requeridos.