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Bodega, Recepción y

Almacenaje de Alimentos

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FORTALECIMIENTO DE LA FORMACIÓN GENERAL COMO BASE DE SUSTENTACIÓN DEL

ENFOQUE DE COMPETENCIAS LABORALES DE LA FORMACIÓN DIFERENCIADA DE LA EMTP

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Manual de Fortalecimiento de la Formación General como Base de Sustentación de la Formación Diferenciada de Educación Media Técnico Profesional.

Material Elaborado por el Nivel de Educación Media División de Educación General

Ministerio de Educación República de Chile

Av. Bernardo O’higgins Nº 13710 Santiago de Chile.

Coordinación Editorial: Erika López Escobar

Profesional Secretaría Ejecutiva Educación Técnico Profesional Ministerio de Educación

Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso: Coordinadora: Francisca Gómez Ríos Diseño Gráfico:

José Pablo Severin Fernández

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Módulo de la Formación Diferenciada: Bodega, Recepción y Almacenaje de Alimentos

1º Medio Inglés

Invoice

Sector de la Formación General:

Unidad:

Dear student,

The following pages will guide your work towards the end of our objective which is solving a problem that you will have to understand using strategies you already have and strategies you will learn throughout this sequence of activities.

These guidelines are focused on the development of reading comprehension and written production. Through some activities related to this area of study, you will be able to successfully develop the thematic content and linguistic objective of these learning sessions.

Before beginning our activities, take a look at the following table that explains the learning objectives for this unit. It’s very important that you know what is expected from you at the end of these activities. It’s also very important that you understand what the skills you are going to develop are and the steps you will follow in order to achieve your goals.

Learning Objectives Evaluation criteria

1. Recognize “Invoice document” as a text type and as a document you will use to receive and store products from suppliers.

• Read and understand the situation problem about a person who works in a hotel and has to receive and store products every Monday using the corresponding documentation.

• Propose a model of an invoice document. • Identify the purpose of the invoice document. • Identify the structure of the invoice document. 2. Apply reading strategies and

techniques to identify general information from a text and identify the possible readers to whom the text was written for. Extract and interpret information of the text.

• Search the net and look for information about the Blue Shell industry on its Website.

• Search the net and look for international industries who export sea-food products to Chile.

• Identify general information from a lecture about the invoice document.

3. Write sentences in order to

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Now that you already know what the objectives for this unit are and their corresponding evaluation criteria, let’s have a look at the learning process you will go through: steps that you will follow to achieve the proposed goals:

During the first steps you will follow in order to achieve the objectives, you will have to use your previous knowledge on reading and interpretation strategies. The following table represents what your previous knowledge should be. Answer the questions inside the table:

Previous Knowledge (The letter): checking what you already know Answer the following questions:

1. Do you know which types of documents you need for the reception of products from suppliers?

2. Do you know what an invoice is?

3. What do you know about the structure of the invoice document? (Company name, dates, etc.)

Presentation and comprehension of the situation (problem)

Looking for international companies that export sea-products to Chile Proposing a possible model of an invoice Presentation of a model of an Invoice Elaborating an interpretation

Presenting your work

Reflecting on and

valuing the text content. Reflecting on and valuing the text form General comprehension Obtaining information

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1 Presentation and comprehension of the

situation (problem).

Read the following situation:

Juanito Goma works in the Hotel called “2 arrive and 3 leave” located in Viña del Mar. Every Monday the hotel warehouse manager meets suppliers that deliver orders of dairy products, fruits and vegetables, meat, fish, and sea food products. Juanito Goma must receive and appropriately store the food in the warehouse. In order to do this, Juanito needs to be aware of the necessary documentation to make the reception effective.

1. Underline vocabulary you think is relevant to understand the situation and make a list of these items.

2. Now that you have read and underlined some important concepts in the text, share your concepts with your classmates.

Understanding the problem Our first step towards resolving the

fo-llowing situation is to check your understanding of the same and exploit the text to extract important vocabulary from it. In this first part named “Presentation and comprehension of the situation (problem)”, you will have to work with activities aiming at understanding what Juanito Goma has to do in order to achieve his mission in his work place. So let’s begin!

Keywords

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General ideas

3. Read the text again and identify general ideas about the text.

Question Answer

Who is Juanito Goma?

Where does Juanito work?

Where is the company located?

What is Juanito’s job position?

What does Juanito have to do every Monday?

What products does he have to receive every Monday?

Looking for international companies that

export Sea-products to Chile.

4. Work with a partner and answer the following questions:

a) Did you know that seafood importation companies abroad supply our country with sea food? Do you know any companies which import sea products in Chile?

b) Go to www.google.com and try to find out international sea food-

industries that import sea products to Chile. Write down the name of some companies abroad and the product they export.

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Now that you have already identified relevant information regarding Jua-nito’s problem, let’s try to see if you can find information on your own. In this section of the activities, you will have to go to internet, a very useful tool to search for information, and look for companies abroad that ex-port sea-food products to Chile. Read carefully the following activities and do your best!

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9 c) Go to http://www.blueshell.cl/ and select English version of the

Website. Read the section “Our company” and answer the following questions:

1) What is Blue Shell?

2) What does this company produce?

3) What are the responsibilities and commitments that the

company assumes regarding food safety?

d) Share the information you have found with your classmates.

Proposing a possible model of an invoice.

5. Before you start designing an Invoice, take a look at the following sea food products the Blue Shell S.A. industry will supply for the hotel. Use these products to design the invoice the seller (Blue Shell S.A. sends to the buyer (2 arrive and 3 leave Hotel)

USA Food service. These products will be exported to Chile through Blue Shell S.A. sea-food industry.

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You already have a sea food industry supplier for the hotel and it is going to deliver the orders every Monday morning. Now it is time to activate your previous knowledge and try to solve the problem of the reception by designing a model of an invoice letter that will be sent abroad to the company you chose in order to request the price quotation. Don’t forget that some parts of the invoice document are similar to the ones we use in Spanish. So, if you need to you can think of the way you would de-sign this model in Spanish and then apply this knowledge to the English version of the document. Good luck!

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Half Shell Mussels

Half Shell mussels consist of mu-ssel meat presented in a half shell. In this product, one of the hinged shells has been removed from the cooked mussel prior to freezing.

The product provides a pre-pre-pared convenient ingredient for use in a wide range of dishes for the foodservice industry.

(available in 8kg box).

IQF Individually quick

frozen Mussels

Our whole-shell mussels are coocked & frozen closed thereby capturing the salt water within their closed shell.

When reheated the mussels open allowing the chef to either add their own sauce or serve them naturally.

Mussel Meats

Mussel meats, wich have been re-moved from the shells of cooked mussels, are individually quick frozen, to capture all their plump succulence. This versatile product is ideal as a pre-prepared ingre-dient for use in a variety of dish-es. It is available in different grade sizes and variety of packages for-mats (10kg, 1kg)

Chilean Vacuum-packed

natural mussels

Whole-shell mussels (size grade 60- 80 kg) vacuum packed, cooked and frozen in their own natural juices. These act as natural glaze to the meats, so when hea-ted, they have the same delicate taste as fresh mussels.

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Presentation of a model of an invoice

document.

6. Listen to your teacher explain what an invoice is and its typical characteristics and structure. Then, compare your design with the one your teacher presents. The following text corresponds to the description your teacher will explain.

Definitions

Definition1:

An invoice is a bill sent by a provider of a product or service to

the purchaser. The invoice establishes an obligation on the part of the purchaser to pay, creating an account receivable.

The usual sections in an invoice include: • Date

• Names and addresses of customer and supplier • Contact names

• Description of items purchased, either products or services • Terms of payment. For example, the provider might specify

“net 30 days,” which means that the entire amount is due within 30 days.

Definition2:

Non-negotiable commercial instrument issued by a seller to a buyer. Also called a bill of sale or contract of sale, it identifies the both trading parties and lists, describes, and quantifies the items sold, shows the date of shipment and mode of transport, prices and discounts (if any), and delivery and payment terms. Some examples (Templates)

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Congratulations! You have come to the point in which your proposal is going to be validated through the comments your teacher will make in terms of the formal invoice that Juan-ito needs to know in order to receive the products from the suppliers. The teacher will conduct an expository class and you will learn the structure of an invoice. Listen to the informa-tion carefully because you will have to compare it with your own invoice design.

INVOICE Bargain Hunter

1209 Main Lewinson, Idahc 83501

Invoice Nº Date Terms

Description Amount Owed

Invoice Total $

COMPANY NAME

123 Anystreet Your city, USA 12345 Phone (123) 456-7890 INVOICE Sold To TOTAL: Send to Date: Number:

Sold by Order Nº Date Shipped F.O.B Shipped via Terms

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In this section of the sequence of activities, you will work with the model of an invoice presented by your teacher in order to completely understand its structure.

Obtaining information.

7. Look at the following model of an invoice.

a. What is it usually written under the word “Invoice?

b. What do you write under the title “description”?

8. Can you compare the two invoice models presented by your teacher? What does the first one has that the second one doesn’t have? What does the second one have that the first one doesn’t have?

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INVOICE Bargain Hunter

1209 Main Lewinson, Idahc 83501

Invoice Nº Date Terms

Description Amount Owed

Invoice Total $

INVOICE Bargain Hunter

1209 Main Lewinson, Idahc 83501

Invoice Nº Date Terms

Description Amount Owed

Invoice Total $

COMPANY NAME

123 Anystreet Your city, USA 12345 Phone (123) 456-7890 INVOICE Sold To TOTAL: Send to Date: Number:

Sold by Order Nº Date Shipped F.O.B Shipped via Terms

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13 Now that you have already read and understood some important informa-tion from the invoice document your teacher presented, you will continue working with general ideas and infor-mation from the expository class by answering general questions related to the invoice and its purpose.

In this section of the sequence of activities you will be guided towards an interpretation of some aspects of the invoice document your teacher presented.

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General comprehension.

9. Answer the following questions in full sentences:

a. According to your teacher’s explanation, what is an invoice? What are some common characteristics of a business invoice?

b. What is the obligation established by the invoice?

c. What is another name for invoice?

d. What is the purpose of an invoice?

e. According to the second definition of business invoice, what are

some common sections of its design?

Elaborating an interpretation.

10. Now that you know what an invoice is and what the purpose of this document is, answer the following questions so as to give an interpretation to what your teacher has explained.

a. According to the purpose of the invoice document, do you think it might be useful to accomplish Juanito’s job at the Hotel? Do you think Juanito has to be able to read and interpret this document in order to receive the hotels products and store them appropriately?

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Now that you have already figured out what the important aspects of the invoice documents are, you will now reflect on the content of the docu-ment. It is very important for you to know exactly what information the document must contain in order to be effective for the reception of the products at the hotel. This is why the following activity focuses on helping you distinguish content information from the document you read.

Reflecting on content aspects of a text is just as important as paying attention and reflecting on the form in which this content is presented in the invoice. In the following activity, you will have to analyze important components of the Invoice.

b. Is there only one way of designing an invoice or are there some variations of the format? Which other elements could you add to the invoice?

Reflecting on and valuing the text content.

11. Answer the following questions.

a. What does the “description” section refer to? What would you use this section for?

b. What does the “Unit Price” section correspond to?

c. Mention the elements you would put under the following

categories: • Sold by: • Order Number: • Date shipped: • Sipped via: • Terms:

Reflecting on and valuing the text form.

12. Can you describe the invoice structure? What elements do business invoices have that can’t be missing in a typical one? Mention these elements, then, go to www.google.com and search for a definition of each part of the invoice structure. If you already know the definition, can you explain it in your own words?

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15 This is the last section of the activities you will have to complete. Besides understanding the problem, doing some research in order to solve it, practicing your reading skills and understanding how to write a for-mal business invoice document, it is very important that you help your classmates by giving them feedback on their work. With your help, some of your classmates may achieve what they did not during their process of learning.

Presenting your work.

13. Prepare a Power Point presentation with two other friends where you briefly explain what an invoice is, its main characteristics, the structure of this document, and an example of a typical invoice. Then, design your own invoice document in order to help juanito do his job at the Hotel. Choose a company which supplies milk products, sea food, or other products and design an invoice document for Juanito to check the products received at the hotel are the ones the Hotel asked for.

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