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Link Activity

Unidad 6 Etapa 3 ¡A ganar el concurso!

Contexto

In ¡A ganar el concurso! you reviewed talking about the present and future, giving instructions to someone, and discussing the past. You also followed a traveler’s itinerary in Ecuador. What places have you found most interesting in Ecuador? Which ones would you visit if you suddenly found yourself at Latitude 0º?

Exploración

Explore the following links to find out more about travel in Ecuador. Do you prefer mountains or the sea? Or is the rain forest more compelling to you? In Ecuador you can try one–or all of these terrains. Keep pen and paper handy as you make a virtual journey to the center of the earth! As you surf these links, think about the following:

  • What places would you visit in Ecuador? Select at least three. Where are they located?
  • Is there a time of year when it would be best to travel?
  • What’s the best way to get there? How long should someone expect to travel?
  • What can a traveler expect to do there? Are there any special skills that a traveler needs in that place?

Ecuador Explorer (English) http://www.ecuadorexplorer.com/
Check out things you need to know before you set out.

Chimborazo, Provincia Mágica (Spanish/English) http://www.vivecuador.com/ html2/ esp/ chimborazo_es.htm
Visit Chimborazo, one of the most awesome places on the planet.

Exploring Ecuador (Spanish/English) http://www.exploringecuador.com/
Go to this site to start your journey.

Aplicación

Reread your notes. Based on what you know, make a realistic travel itinerary for a week in Ecuador. Include the places that you would visit, how long you’d spend there, and what you would be doing. Don’t forget to include travel time in your plans! Share your itinerary with the class. While you present your itinerary out loud, you might include photos or illustrations.