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  1. 1. UNIVERSIDAD TÉCNICA DE AMBATO FACULTAD DE CIENCIAS HUMANAS Y DE LA EDUCACIÓN CARRERA DE IDIOMAS MODALIDAD PRESENCIAL PORTFOLIO “BUSINESS I” Fourth Semester “ A” Student´s name: Valeria Carolina Mendoza Chavarria Professor´s name: Lic. Mg. Edgar Encalada. AMBATO – ECUADOR October 2015 – March 2016
  2. 2. TABLE OF CONTENTS. MISIÓN............................................................................................................................ 3 VISIÓN............................................................................................................................. 3 PERFIL DEL EGRESADO.............................................................................................. 4 CURRICULUM ............................................................................................................... 5 STATEMENT OF PERSONAL LEARNING GOALS....................................................6 SYLLABUS ..................................................................................................................... 7 ELEMENT 1 .................................................................................................................. 21 ELEMENT 2 .................................................................................................................. 24 ELEMENT 3 .................................................................................................................. 27 ELEMENT 4 .................................................................................................................. 31 ELEMENT 5 .................................................................................................................. 33 FINAL REFLECTION....................................................................................................37 FINAL PORTFOLIO RUBRIC......................................................................................38
  3. 3. FACULTAD DE CIENCIAS HUMANAS Y DE LA EDUCACIÓN CARRERA DE IDIOMAS MISIÓN 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 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. UNIVERSIDAD TÉCNICA DE AMBATO FACULTAD DE CIENCIAS HUMANAS Y DE LA EDUCACIÓN CARRRERA DE IDIOMAS 2.3 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. 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. La Carrera de Idiomas adopta como instrumentos de evaluación interno del perfil de ingreso dos simulaciones de exámenes con estándares internacionales. Siendo así, Teaching Knowledge Test (TKT) test de acreditación internacional para la enseñanza del inglés y Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) para la competencia
  5. 5. STUDENT´S C.V.  PERSONAL INFORMATION: NAME: Valeria Carolina Mendoza Chavarría I.C: 2300621063 DATE AND PLACE OF BORN: Santo Domingo June 5th, 1996 AGE: 19 years ADRESS: Ambato- Ecuador TELEPHONE: 0982258094 E-MAIL: valeriamendoza0@hotmail.com  STUDIES: ELLEMENTARY SCHOOL: “Jorge Washington” (2008) HIGH SCHOOL: Unidad Educativa “Eloy Alfaro” (2014) UNIVERSITY: Universidad Técnica de Ambato
  6. 6. STATEMENT OF PERSONAL LEARNING GOALS. English is a language that is very important around the world not only for its popularity, it is also because with the English language people can get involved in the business world. As we know English is a language that is used in every single country to make a product well known around the world and that is why it is a language that is necessary to know especially if we want to success in any business project. The main reasons and expectation I have for taking Business I are that this subject will help me a lot in the improvement of my future profession through the activities that will be developed in classes. I think at the end of this course I will be able to recognize some technical vocabulary for communication within the business context, to apply rules of socialization with people of different cultures in order to interact in the business world, to analyze rules of communication through technological resources for business issues, to prepare simulated telephone support in different commercial aspects, to assess business projects for entrepreneurships. So, I think those activities will help me to have a better understanding about the business subject because it is the first time I will take this subject. I will contribute to attain the learning outcomes successfully applying the techniques to develop the skills not only in class. I will apply them at home and wherever I am with my friends. I will communicate in English in all the occasions that will appear. Also, I am going to do my best, participating in an active way in class, doing my homework, paying attention in classes and asking some things that I don´t know or understand to the teacher because those things are essential in a student to understand a topic.
  7. 7. SYLLABUS UNIVERSIDAD TÉCNICA DE AMBATO FACULTAD DE CIENCIAS HUMANAS Y DE LA EDUCACIÒN CARRERA DE IDIOMAS MODALIDAD PRESENCIAL SÍLABO BUSINESS “EMPRENDIMIENTO” Octubre 2015 – Marzo 2016 EDGAR ENCALADA TRUJILLO Magister en Lingüística Aplicada a la Educación Bilingüe Español – Inglés Licenciado en Ciencias de la Educación especialidad Inglés AMBATO - ECUADOR 2015
  8. 8. 2 I. GENERAL INFORMATION Subject Business (Emprendimiento) Program Carrera de idiomas Code: FCHE/I/MP/2129/06/06 Prerequisites: NONE Study Modality: Presencial Subject Code Curricular Organization Unit: Profesional Credits: 3 Level: Fourth Corequisites: Subject Code 1. Language Teaching Strategies FCHE/I/MP/2129/06/05 Hours per Week Class Hours: 3 Theoretical:1 Practical:2 Tutoring Student Hours: On Campus:1 Virtual: TOTAL LEARNING HOURS : WEEK HOURS:3 HOURS DURING THE SEMESTER NUMBER OF SEMESTER HOURS: (16 weeks x 3 hours) = 48 hours INTERDEPENDENT HOURS: 56 hours ACADEMIC TUTORING: 16 hours TOTAL HOURS: 48+56+16 = 120 hours (3 credits) II. PROFESSOR'S TEACHING PROFILE Professor's name: Encalada Trujillo Edgar Guadia Academic degree: Magister en Lingüística Aplicada a la Enseñanza Bilingüe Español - Ingles Knowledge area: Broad field 01 Education Narrow field 011 Education Detailed field 0114 Teacher training with subject specialization Bachelor's degree: Licenciado en Ciencias de la Educación especialidad Inglés Knowledge area: Broad field 01 Education Narrow field 011 Education Detailed field 0114 Teacher training with subject specialization Professional experience: 15 years Teaching experience: 18 years Program Academic area: Pedagogical and Psycholinguistics Competence Professsor's schedule (practical application and learning experimentation) : Wednesday from 10:00 to 12:00
  9. 9. 3 Friday from 9:00 to 10:00 Professor's schedule (Academic tutoring): Tuesday and Thursday from 13:00 to 14:00 Phone numbers: 032 800 435 - 0996575373 E-mail: encalada.edgar@yahoo.com III. COURSE DESCRIPTION AND OBJECTIVES Purpose Use English in an oral and written way to communicate efficiently in a business context according to the requirements of a global world. Course Description: Business communication involves constant flow of information as a fundamental part of any organizations. It involves number of people. Communication here plays a very important role in process of directing and controlling the people in the organization. Immediate feedback can be obtained and misunderstandings if any can be avoided. So, the aim is to develop learners’ confidence and fluency in some basic areas of business; as well as improving communication techniques and developing and consolidating the target language in this context. Besides, students will be able to recognize some technical vocabulary within the business context, apply rules of socialization with people from different cultures; analyze rules of communication through technological resources. Also they will prepare simulated telephone support and assess business projects. This syllabus contributes to the development of the Communicative Competence in correspondence to the Council Common European Framework level B2. Course General Objective: To communicate in English using the language skills of reading, listening, speaking and writing in the business world. Course Specific Objectives : 1. Recognize some technical vocabulary for communication within the business context 2. Apply rules of socialization with people of different cultures in order to interact in the business world. 3. Analyze rules of communication through technological resources for business issues 4. Prepare simulated telephone support in different commercial aspects 5. Assess business projects for entrepreneurships
  10. 10. 4 IV. COURSE STUDY PROGRAM Curricular Units U.1 Recognize some technical vocabulary for communication within the business context Thematic Units Class Hours Tutoring Hours Independent hours including research and community service Assessment tools Theoretical Practical 1.1 Some business terms 1 3 Tasks 1.2 Cross cultural understanding 1 2 1 3 Scoring scales 1.3 Welcome visitors 1 2 1 3 Questionnaires 1.4 Small talks: keeping the conversation going 1 2 1 3 Mind maps Written tasks Summative tests Digital tasks in Excell SUBTOTAL HOURS 4 6 3 12 TOTAL HOURS 25 Learning outcome: Present a conversation about keeping the conversation going during small talks based on the corresponding units of the book Learning Methodologies: Collaborative Learning; Project based learning, Study case, problem based learning Educational Strategies: Simulations; Conferences; Mind maps creation Didactic Resources: Slides, markers, projector, audiovisual aids, internet
  11. 11. 5 U.2 Apply rules of socialization with people of different cultures in order to interact in the business world. Thematic Units Class Hours Hours of Tutoríng Independent study including research and relationship with the society Mechanisms and assessment toolsTheoretical Practical 2.1 Cross cultural understanding 1 1 1 3 Tasks 2.2 Inviting, and accepting or declining. 1 1 1 Scoring scales 2.3 Eating out with visitors 1 1 1 3 Questionnaires 2.4 Cross cultural understanding 1 1 1 Mind maps 2.5 Inviting, and accepting or declining. 1 1 2 Written tasks Summative tests Digital tasks in Excell Tasks Scoring scales Questionnaires SUBTOTAL HOURS 5 5 5 8 TOTAL HOURS 23 Unit Learning outcome: Write and present scripts about ways to invite visitors to have a social time based on what was covered in class. Learning Methodologies: Collaborative Learning; Project based learning, Study case, problem based learning Educational Strategies: Simulations; Conferences; Mind maps creation Didactic Resources: Slides, markers, projector, audiovisual aids, internet
  12. 12. 6 U.3 Analyze rules of communication through technological resources for business issues Thematic Units Class Hours Hours of Tutoring Independent study including research and relationship with the society Mechanisms and assessment toolsTheoretical Practical 3.1 Preparing to make telephone calls. 1 2 1 2 Tasks 3.2 Receiving calls. 1 1 1 Scoring scales 3.3 Asking for and giving repetition 1 1 1 2 Questionnaires 3.4 The secretarial barrier 1 1 1 3 Mind maps 3.5 Sample Business Letter 1 1 1 3 Written tasks Summative tests Digital tasks in Excell Tasks Scoring scales SUBTOTAL HOURS 5 6 5 10 TOTAL HOURS 26 Unit Learning outcome: Participate in role plays about receiving phone calls and a Business letter based on the contents of the textbook. Learning Methodologies: Collaborative Learning; Project based learning, Study case, problem based learning Educational Strategies: Simulations; Conferences; Mind maps creation Didactic Resources: Slides, markers, projector, audiovisual aids, internet U.4 Prepare simulated telephone support in different commercial aspects
  13. 13. 7 Thematic Units Class Hours Hours of Tutoring Independent study including research and relationship with the society Mechanisms and assessment toolsTheoretical Practical 4.1 Cross-cultural communication on the telephone(1) 1 1 2 Tasks 4.2 Setting up appointments 1 1 1 Scoring scales 4.3 Changing appointments 1 1 3 Questionnaires 4.4 Ending a call 1 1 1 Mind maps 4.5 Cross-cultural communication on the telephone (2)- 1 3 Written tasks 4.6 Problem solving on the telephone 1 1 2 Summative tests 4.7 Complaints 1 1 Digital tasks in Excell Tasks Scoring scales SUBTOTAL HOURS 5 6 4 10 TOTAL HOURS 25 Unit Learning outcome: Design and present a short role play about using the telephone based on the dialogues covered in class Learning Methodologies: Collaborative Learning; Project based learning, Study case, problem based learning Educational Strategies: Simulations; Conferences; Mind maps creation Didactic Resources: Slides, markers, projector, audiovisual aids, internet
  14. 14. 8 U.5 Assess business projects for entrepreneurships Thematic Units Class Hours Hours of Tutoring Independent study including research and relationship with the society Mechanisms and assessment toolsTheoretical Practical 5.1 The structure of decision making meetings 1 Tasks 5.2 Starting and asking for opinion 1 2 Scoring scales 5.3 Interrupting and handling interruptions 1 1 1 2 Questionnaires 5.4 The structure of decision making 1 Mind maps 5.5 Stating and asking for opinion 1 1 Written tasks 5.6 Interrupting and handling interruptions 1 2 Summative tests 5.7 Asking for and giving clarification 1 Digital tasks in Excell 5.8 Delaying decisions 1 1 2 Tasks 5.9 Ending the negotiation 1 Scoring scales SUBTOTAL HOURS 5 5 3 8 TOTAL HOURS 21 Unit Learning outcome: Create a project according to an enterprise trying to sell a product based on the suggestions given in class. Interdisciplinary project Learning Methodologies: Collaborative Learning; Project based learning, Study case, problem based learning Educational Strategies: Simulations; Conferences; Mind maps creation Didactic Resources: Slides, markers, projector, audiovisual aids, internet
  15. 15. 9 V. NORMATIVE STANDARDS EVALUATION Specific Objectives Diagnostic Evaluation Formative Evaluation Summative Evaluation 1. Recognize some technical vocabulary for communication within the business context Techniques and instruments: Teacher observation Questionnaire Oral test Oral presentations Rubrics for Oral presentation Questionnaire 2. Apply rules of socialization with people of different cultures in order to interact in the business world. Techniques and instruments: Questionnaire Oral participation Observation Questionnaire Written activity Presentation Oral and written quizzes 3. Analyze rules of communication through technological resources for business issues Techniques and instruments: Oral test PORTFOLIOS Oral presentations Oral and written quizzes and tests. Oral presentations. Rubric for oral presentations Questionnaire 4. Prepare simulated telephone support in different commercial aspects Techniques and instruments: Teacher observation. Oral and written quizzes and tests. Portfolios. Rubric for mid- term oral presentations 5. Assess business projects Techniques and instruments: Teacher observation. Oral presentations. Portfolios. Learning logs. Oral and written quizz Rubric for final oral presentations
  16. 16. 10 VI. BIBLIOGRAPHY AUTHOR (S) ISSUED YEAR BOOK TITLE EDITION NUMBER EDITORIAL CITY/COUNTRY NUMBER OF PAGES Sweeney, S. 2004 Communicating in business 2nd Edition Cambridge University Press England, Essex 320 CODE/ DATABASE LOCATION: Código de Biblioteca 659=20) (Inventario: 08011) COMMENTARY: This is a short course for business English students which will be familiarized with the business world NUMBER OF ISSUES PRINTED: X DIGITAL: 1 VIRTUAL: X URL: http://assets.cambridge.org/97805215/49127/sample/9780521549127ws.pdf AUTHOR (S) ISSUED YEAR BOOK TITLE EDITION NUMBER EDITORIAL CITY/COUNTRY NUMBER OF PAGES Heisterberg, R. 2014 Creating Business Agility: How Convergence of Cloud, Social, Mobile, Video, and Big Data Enables Competitive Advantage. Editorial Wiley 387 CODE/ DATABASE LOCATION: COMMENTARY: The book describes the agility that comes from collaborative commerce, and provides key decision makers the implementation roadmap they need to build a successful business ecosystem. NUMBER OF ISSUESPRINTED: DIGITAL: X VIRTUAL:  URL: http://site.ebrary.com/lib/uta/docDetail.action?docID=10925541&adv.x=1&p00=hb1&f00=lccn&p00_upper=hj9999
  17. 17. 11 AUTHOR (S) ISSUED YEAR BOOK TITLE EDITION NUMBER EDITORIAL CITY/COUNTRY NUMBER OF PAGES Esteban, J. L. 2014 Vive tu sueño, emprende. Editorial UOC, S.L., 2014 249 CODE/ DATABASE LOCATION:  COMMENTARY: It is necessary to keep on struggling constantly in order to achieve our goals, this text gives you a series of strategies to get your dreams. NUMBER OF ISSUESPRINTED: DIGITAL: X VIRTUAL: URL: http://site.ebrary.com/lib/utasp/docDetail.action?docID=10902828&p00=emprendimiento ADDITIONAL BIBLIOGRAPHY AUTHOR (S) ISSUED YEAR BOOK TITLE EDITION NUMBER EDITORIAL CITY/COUNTRY NUMBER OF PAGES Frey, R 2012 Successful Proposal Strategies for Small Businesses: Using Knowledge Management to Win Government, Private-Sector, and International Contracts 6th Edition Editorial Artech House Chicago, Illinois 723 CODE/ DATA BASE: COMMENTARY: This guide maps and details every stage of the contractor proposal response lifecycle and shows readers how to produce proposals which maximize their company's strengths and respond fully to client criteria. NUMBER OF ISSUESPRINTED: DIGITAL: X VIRTUAL:  URL: http://site.ebrary.com/lib/uta/docDetail.action?docID=10583833&p00=enterpreneurship
  18. 18. 12 VII. SYLLABUS APPROVAL Date prepared: September 21st, 2015 Lic. Edgar Encalada Trujillo. Mg. SUBJECT PROFESSOR Date of approval: September 23rd, 2015 Lic. Marbella Escalante. Mg. Mg. Verónica Chicaiza Redin PhD. Area Coordinator Program Coordinator Syllabus Evaluator Syllabus Validator Dr. Marcelo Núñez Mg. Faculty Sub-Dean Approval
  19. 19. 13 EVIDENCE FOR UNIT 1 Recognize some technical vocabulary for communication within the business context. LEARNING OUTCOME Present a conversation about keeping the conversation going during small talks based on the corresponding units of the book.
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  21. 21. 15 EVIDENCE FOR UNIT 2 Apply rules of socialization with people of different cultures in order to interact in the business world. LEARNING OUTCOME Write and present scripts about ways to invite visitors to have a social time based on what was covered in class.
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  24. 24. 18 EVIDENCE FOR UNIT 3 Analyze rules of communication through technological resources for business issues. LEARNING OUTCOME Participate in role plays about receiving phone calls and a Business letter based on the contents of the textbook.
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  27. 27. 21 EVIDENCE FOR UNIT 4 Prepare simulated telephone support in different commercial aspects. LEARNING OUTCOME Assess business projects for entrepreneurships.
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  30. 30. 24 EVIDENCE FOR UNIT 5 Assess business projects for entrepreneurships. LEARNING OUTCOME Create a project according to an enterprise trying to sell a product based on the suggestions given in class. Interdisciplinary project.
  31. 31. 25 UNIVERSIDAD TÉCNICA DE AMBATO FACULTAD DE CIENCIAS HUMANAS Y DE LA EDUCACION CARRERA DE IDIOMAS BUSINESS I STUDENTS: LOPEZ ANA BELEN MENDOZA VALERIA RENJIFO MONICA DATE: Fefruary 17th , 2016 TEACHER: Lic. Mg. Edgar Encalada 4TH LEVEL LEARNING OUTCOME 5 “BUSINESS PLAN” October 2015- March 2016 Ambato - Ecuador.
  32. 32. 26 “SMART CLOTHES”  EXECUTIVE PLAN  Nowadays technology has taken an important role in our daily life.  “Outfitech” our new company that is located in Ambato will offer a variety of Smart clothing for all ages.  “Outfitech” will offer all the available technology in your hands and create Smart daily clothing at affordable prices.
  33. 33. 27  MISSION  The company sells all kind of Smart good quality clothes such as jackets, t-shirts, pants, casual shoes, snickers and sportswear clothes.  These kind of clothes are made of different kind of technologies depending on costumers needs.  The company wants to provide the highest quality customer service.
  34. 34. 28  OBJECTIVES  Provide some technology advantages into your hands.  Offer good quality clothing and deliver the highest quality costumer service.  Become the leader industry in making this kind of clothes.
  35. 35. 29 COMPANY INFORMATION Location: Ambato (Los Chasquis y Rio Pallatanga) Company Ownership: Lopez Ana Belen, Valeria Mendoza, Monica Renjifo and investors budget. Contact for sales: 0982258094
  36. 36. 30 PRODUCT DESCRIPTION t-shirts _ $35  These t-shirts will change their color due to your body temperature. They will also measure your heart beating rate. PRODUCT DESCRIPTION Sportswear clothes - $65 They won´t allow you to sweat.
  37. 37. 31 They will control your body temperature and regulate it.
  38. 38. 32 FINAL REFLECTION English is a language that is studied in every single career and is used in almost all jobs especially in some important enterprises that are international and have conventions with others countries. In consequence, if we want to learn the skills to have a better communication with people who are involved in the business world is necessary to study and understand the different techniques that are used in the business context. Business I helped me a lot because it was a new subject for me and all the things that were provided in classes were very helpful in my present career and in my future profession as a teacher. I learnt important and interesting things as recognize some technical vocabulary for communication within the business context, in which I learnt some new vocabulary and expressions that helped me to express my ideas in a better way when I am with business people. In the objective prepare simulated telephone support in different commercial aspects, I learnt how to answer and express my ideas while having a business phone call with confidence. Finally, in the objective assess business projects for entrepreneurships, I learn to create and write business projects. I was the most important thing I learn because I will be involved with some projects and in this subject I learnt the base for my future projects. In conclusion, Business I was a subject very useful in my training as a student because with all the knowledge that was provided to me I will have an improvement. Also, in my future profession as a teacher because everything I learnt is very useful and applicable in daily activities.
  39. 39. 33 PORTFOLIO RUBRIC

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