Teaching Guide: Social Problems

Edith Cecilia Larios Montes

This plan is very useful for those teachers who want to improve students’ oral skills because they have to express points of view, agreement or disagreement on some opinions about social problems that affect their community. Also, you can have transversality with other subjects like Maths, Biology and Computer/technology because they might have to do survey tabulation and propose solutions. The topic of this lesson is meaningful and applicable to any rural or urban contexts.

Learning objective(s):
By the end of this lesson, students will be able to exchange information orally and express points of view about social problems in their community.