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: Healthy and unhealthy food

Author: JULIO CESAR ROSERO MOREANO – Description: This plan gives the students a chance to reflect on the food they like and dislike and how this might be good or bad for their health. It also allows the students to practice collaborative work and to construct with others ideas on the importance of taking care of their health.

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Teaching Guide: Let´s see the world

Author: Luz Yanet Asprilla López – Description: This plan allows students to know about other cultures meantime they learn to express actions in the present continuous. It also serves as input to inspire other teachers to apply it in their classrooms.

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Teaching Guide: Bullying and conflicts

Author: Maria Del Carmen Santacruz – Description: This plan is intended to provide language practice, but most importantly to promote good behaviour and compromises within the classroom to reduce conflict and bullying. This plan can be applied to any level by adapting the listening exercise to make it more challenging.

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Teaching Guide: Introducing First Conditional

Author: Mayra Alejandra Bautista Granados – Description: This Activity plan gives the students a chance to identify and practice structures about first conditional and it also gives the teacher the opportunity to interact with the students through continuous activities.

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Teaching Guide: My Body is an Amazing Machine!

Author: Rosana Josefina Narvaez Vicuña – Description: This activity plan gives the students an opportunity to practice and review vocabulary for the next class. They will also learn the importance of listening, to pay attention and follow instructions in English.

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Teaching Guide: Famous People

Author: Jhon James Galvez Corrales – Description: This plan guides students to practice present simple tense through different engaging activities. Students will be working individually and in groups and will have the opportunity to carry out assessment in order to know their improvements and challenges in their learning process.

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Teaching Guide: Living together in the classroom

Author: Nancy Arias Pacacira – Description: This plan is designed with the purpose of having students become aware and understand the importance of establishing coexistence rules in the classroom through a set of fun and practical activities that allow them to use modal verbs in context.

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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: A Place for Everything

Author: Yelithza Cedeño Salcedo – Description: This task plan gives the students a chance to have self-efficacy when doing a specific task whose main purpose is to make students be able to create reusable or recyclable things for environmental conservation in the community. It has a warm up which helps students to predict what the topic is by playing a nice game. The pre-task is made up of a short reading which objective is to clarify the difference of the three Rs, which is also supported with a video-listening exercise and a unscramble game that emphasise on the use of modal should to give recommendations and suggestions for preserving our environment. The while-task consists on a collaborative work in which students have to decide how to create a reusable or recyclable thing together by using some follow up questions. This will give them the chance of learning by doing. The Post-task consists on the presentation of each collaborative group to the whole group. All these activities are centred on students.

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