teaching_guides

Find below the largest Repository for Teaching , or study guides. These guides were created by public school English language teachers in Colombia. You can search with key words, grade, skill, or age group to find the right teaching or learning guide for your next class.

Teaching Guide: Every Day activities

Author: Sonia Avellaneda Pinzón – Description: This plan gives the opportunity to learn and practice vocabulary about daily routine with all the skills. Students has the opportunity to listen a native speaker through the video and compare the activities that she does and the activities we usually do here in Colombia.

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Teaching Guide: The emotions

Author: Abel Segund Jaraba Mestra – Description: This plan is very useful to help students to understand each other feelings and emotions. It also will help students to feel compassion and empathy toward others. Students will be exposed to vocabulary and language structures in a very nice and smooth way and they will finally use them in short conversations simulating real life.

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Teaching Guide: Nature is life

Author: Edwin Pabón Gómez – Description: This plan gives students the opportunity to share ideas about environmental problems. As you know this is one of the most popular topics currently. Teachers and students will enjoy it, and invite students to reflect on how to take care of the environment.

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Teaching Guide: Colombia is full of valuable people

Author: Álvaro Andrés Montaño Bustamante – Description: This lesson plan allows the teacher to work on Colombian values through studying important people who have given our country recognition all over the world. It helps the pupils to have positive models of wonderful people to be followed. Finally, it is an excellent resource to learn L2 since it leads students to practice basic tenses through different activities.

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Teaching Guide: Let’s travel around Colombia

Author: Carmen Teresa Morales Marulanda – Description: This plan helps teachers who want to make the students become aware of the tourist places in Colombia and their most important aspects by providing them with a variety of activities that gradually take them to practice vocabulary and the uses of the modal verb “can”.

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Teaching Guide: Natural resources

Author: Carolina Quintero Aguirre – Description: This plan helps students to interact with each other, to share ideas about natural resources and to evince how to protect them. Students also have the opportunity to evaluate their peers and make recommendations.

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Teaching Guide: Let’s visit some tourist places

Author: Luz Nelly Ríos Delgado – Description: This plan guides students to get to know more about Colombia while practicing reading, writing and speaking skills. It also allows teachers to motivate students by working on a meaningful topic and assess their performance in different ways. This lesson plan is very useful and easy to implement since it does not require a lot of materials.

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Teaching Guide: Colombian food

Author: Carlos Hernando Gallego Arias – Description: This plan guides students to learn and practice about countable and uncountable nouns, some containers, and quantifiers through meaningful and fun activities that allow them to put into practice their listening, speaking and writing skills.

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Teaching Guide: Let’s compare animals

Author: Juan Guillermo Álvarez Aguirre – Description: This plan guides students to interact in different ways to learn and practice vocabulary about animals and their habitats. Activities proposed in this lesson are engaging and fun for students, and allow them to practice the four skills. It also leads teachers to find out the students’ performance through the application of assessment techniques.

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Teaching Guide: Music genres in Colombia

Author: Lady Tahnee Ortiz Rondon – Description: This plan guides students to recognize different music genres from different regions of Colombia. Also, this lesson provides teachers a fun and engaging way to have students practice the four skills and tenses.

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