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AREA: ENGLISHAREA COURSE: FIRST


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your homework when we go back to classes.

SUBJECT: ENGLISH PARALLEL: BGU-TEC


El SIGUIENTE CRONOGRAMA ESTA DISEÑADO PARA CUMPLIR CON LAS ACTIVIDADES PROGRAMADAS POR PARTE DE LOS
SEÑORES Y SEÑORITAS ESTUDIANTES BAJO LA RESPONSABILIDAD DE LOS REPRESENTANTES LEGALES. ADEMÁS, LAS
ACTIVIDADES SE DEBERÁ ARCHIVAR EN UNA CARPETA FÍSICA O DIGITAL COMO HAYA REALIZADO Y ENTREGAR CUANDO
NOS REINTEGREMOS A CLASES O SI ES SU DESEO ENVIAR PARA CORRECCIONES A LOS CORREOS MENCIONADOS,
(RECUERDE NO ES OBLIGATORIO ENVIAR AHORA ES OPCIONAL) ibethdalmeid27@hotmail.com (Daniela Almeida),
inglesbj@hotmail.com (Silvia Chancusi), jimenabruj@hotmail.com (Ximena Santamaría),
paulina.achig@educacion.gob.ec Facebook: @English Bj 2019-2020 P.A (Paulina Achig)

DATE CONTENTS ACTIVITIES

Wednesday 6th , May,


2020

Reading and
comprehension

● On your notebook or folder


Lesson: A
Thread: Reading and Listening
Topic: How does soap inactivate coronaviruses?
Subtopic: Coronaviruses prevention
Communication ● Look for the meaning in spanish from each word and
and cultural choose three, stick a picture or you can draw them:
awareness

● Watch the YouTube video: How does soap inactivate


coronaviruses?
In the following link (The video is optional, just in the case
you have internet access): https://www.youtube.com/watch?
v=JCk_pAgT6v8

● Complete the reading with the words from the table:


Hi, I'm Julie from the Exploratorium. You've probably heard that washing your
hands with …………. and water is the most effective way of preventing the
spread of coronavirus. Now the question is, why is soap so helpful? And the
answer is due to the biology and the structure of the ……………. itself. Now a
membrane surrounds many viruses, including coronaviruses. And this membrane
is exactly the same as the one that surrounds our own cells. The membrane is
made of molecules that have a special property. They have one side that I've
represented in blue here, that likes water, it's a water-loving end, and then their
other half of them dislikes water, it's a water-hating end. It likes fats a little bit
more. Now these molecules assemble so that they have actually two ………… of
them. One side lines up so the water's facing on this end, and the other sidelines
up so the water's facing on that. And basically, a ribbon of these surrounds the
virus. Now the trick to inactivating this virus is to disrupt the membrane. Soap
molecules have very similar ……………. They have one side that likes water,
and another side that's attracted to fat. That is why they're really helpful when
you're washing your greasy dishes. If you can get a soap molecule into the virus
membrane, it'll disrupt the structureof the membrane, and that inactivates the
virus. The other thing that soap is handy for, is it can help us investigate the
behavior of membranes. I have a tray of soapy water here, and a string that I've
threaded through two straws. If you wanna try this at home, we have instructions
and a recipe for it on our website. You can see that when I pull up the straws,
that a film forms. This is a soap film. And this membrane has the same behavior
as the membrane around the virus. If I touch it with my …………… hand, you’ll
see that it pops. And in fact, when the coronavirus is on a ………………., all it
needs to do is eventually dry out, and it will be inactivated. However, if I now
wet my finger, you’ll see that my …………….. finger does not disrupt the
membrane. You've probably heard that the virus travels in …………. droplets.It
needs these droplets of water to keep its membranes intact. Another thing you've
probably heard is that if you don't have soapand water available, hand sanitizers
that have 60% or more alcohol, are also effective in inactivating the virus.I have
some 70% rubbing ……………. here, and this time I'm gonna pull up my
membrane, and I have my finger covered in the alcohol. And the moment I touch
the membrane, it pops. And so alcohol is another way to inactivate thevirus.
Now alcohol tends to evaporate, and maybe that happens before you've gotten it
into all the crevices of your hands, so soap and water is really the best choice.
So keep …………….your hands, and celebrate our hero: the soap molecule.

• Answer the following question with information from the reading:


Why does soap is so effective when inactivating coronaviruses?

…………………………………………… …………………………………….. .………………………………..


DOCENTES RESPONSABLES JEFE DE ÁREA VICERRECTORA
LIC. DANIELA ALMEIDA LIC. SILVIA CHANCUSI MSC. AIDA HERMOZA
LIC. PAULINA ACHIG
LIC. XIMENA SANTAMARÍA
LIC. SILVIA CHANCUSI
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El SIGUIENTE CRONOGRAMA ESTA DISEÑADO PARA CUMPLIR CON LAS ACTIVIDADES PROGRAMADAS POR PARTE DE LOS
SEÑORES Y SEÑORITAS ESTUDIANTES BAJO LA RESPONSABILIDAD DE LOS REPRESENTANTES LEGALES. ADEMÁS, LAS
ACTIVIDADES SE DEBERÁ ARCHIVAR EN UNA CARPETA FÍSICA O DIGITAL COMO HAYA REALIZADO Y ENTREGAR CUANDO
NOS REINTEGREMOS A CLASES O SI ES SU DESEO ENVIAR PARA CORRECCIONES A LOS CORREOS MENCIONADOS,
(RECUERDE NO ES OBLIGATORIO ENVIAR AHORA ES OPCIONAL) ibethdalmeid27@hotmail.com (Daniela Almeida),
inglesbj@hotmail.com (Silvia Chancusi), jimenabruj@hotmail.com (Ximena Santamaría),
paulina.achig@educacion.gob.ec Facebook: @English Bj 2019-2020 P.A (Paulina Achig)

FECHA CONTENIDOS ACTIVIDADES

Miércole TU NUNCA SABES QUE TAN FUERTE


s 6 de
Mayo del LECTURA Y ERES HASTA QUE LA FUERZA ES LA
2020 COMPRENSIO ÚNICA ALTERNATIVA QUE TIENES.
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● En su cuaderno o folder
Lesson: A
Destreza: Leer y Escuchar
Tema: ¿Cómo el jabón inactiva el coronavisus?
Subtema: Prevención del Coronavirus
● Busque el significado en español de cada palabra y escoja tres de ellas,
pegue una imagen o usted puede dibujarlas.

● Mire el video de Youtube ¿Cómo el jabón inactiva el coronavirus?(El


video es opcional, únicamente si usted tiene internet):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JCk_pAgT6v8

● Complete la lectura con las palabras de la tabla.

Hi, I'm Julie from the Exploratorium. You've probably heard that washing your hands with
…………. and water is the most effective way of preventing the spread of coronavirus. Now
the question is, why is soap so helpful? And the answer is due to the biology and the structure
of the ……………. itself. Now a membrane surrounds many viruses, including
coronaviruses. And this membrane is exactly the same as the one that surrounds our own cells.
The membrane is made of molecules that have a special property. They have one side that I've
represented in blue here, that likes water, it's a water-loving end, and then their other half of
them dislikes water, it's a water-hating end. It likes fats a little bit more. Now these
molecules assemble so that they have actually two ………… of them. One side lines up
so the water's facing on this end, and the other sidelines up so the water's facing
on that. And basically, a ribbon of these surrounds the virus. Now the trick to inactivating
this virus is to disrupt the membrane. Soap molecules have very similar …………….
They have one side that likes water, and another sidethat's attracted to fat. That is why they're
really helpful when you're washing your greasy dishes. If you can get a soap molecule into
the virus membrane, it'll disrupt the structureof the membrane, and that
inactivates the virus. The other thing that soap is handy for, is it can help us
investigate the behavior of membranes. I have a tray of soapy water here, and a string that
I've threaded through two straws. If you wanna try this at home, we have instructions and a
recipe for it on our website. You can see that when I pull up the straws, that a film forms.
This is a soap film. And this membrane has the same behavior as the membrane
around the virus. If I touch it with my …………… hand, you’ll see that it pops.
And in fact, when the coronavirus is on a ………………., all it needs to do is
eventually dry out, and it will be inactivated. However, if I now wet my finger, you’ll see
that my …………….. finger does not disrupt the membrane. You've probably heard that the
virus travels in …………. droplets.It needs these droplets of water to keep its membranes
intact. Another thing you've probably heard is that if you don't have soapand
water available, hand sanitizers that have 60% or more alcohol, are also effective in
inactivating the virus.I have some 70% rubbing ……………. here, and this time I'm
gonna pull up my membrane, and I have my finger covered in the alcohol. And the moment I
touch the membrane, it pops. And so alcohol is another way to inactivate thevirus. Now
alcohol tends to evaporate, and maybe that happens before you've gotten it into all the
crevices of your hands, so soap and water is really the best choice. So keep
…………….your hands, and celebrate our hero: the soap molecule.
• Responda la siguiente pregunta con la información de la lectura: ¿Por qué el jabón es
tan eficaz al inactivar coronavirus?

…………………………………………… …………………………………….. .………………………………..


DOCENTES RESPONSABLES JEFE DE ÁREA VICERRECTORA
LIC. DANIELA ALMEIDA LIC. SILVIA CHANCUSI MSC. AIDA HERMOZA
LIC. PAULINA ACHIG
LIC. XIMENA SANTAMARÍA
LIC. SILVIA CHANCUSI