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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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Teaching Guide: Going camping

Author: Bertha Cecilia Agreda Peña – Description: This plan can be used in any kind of context. The teacher can adapt and use vocabulary and describe places that are closer to what students know. The idea is to give them a reason to communicate and to get them involved in a real-life task. If it is possible, it would be a great idea to actually plan a picnic or a small trip with your students and really go.

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Teaching Guide: Construction of Citizenship

Author: Julián Andrés Rodríguez Castro – Description: This activity plan gives teachers and students a chance to find out information about describing physically people around the Ss. It also gives the opportunity to assess rural students level through different strategies to develop some skills. It can also be useful and productive class if T share with their Ss

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Teaching Guide: Environment

Author: Andrés Augusto Ibarra Montenegro – Description: This lesson plan gives the students the opportunity to explore the animals’ world and the environment, it also gives them the chance to practice the English language through dynamic activities which they will enjoy. It will be useful to motivate students who love the nature toward the learning and practice of the English language

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Teaching Guide: Colombia a Country of Wonders

Author: Clara Inés Azuero Bernal – Description: This lesson plan gives the students the opportunity to expand structures and vocabulary related to nature: weather, touristic places, food, activities to do, flora, wildlife, culture, advice to protect these places through nice activities in a real context. It can also be useful to promote tourism in Colombia- specially in Huila

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Teaching Guide: Countries and Nationalities

Author: Danna Marylin Cordoba Oviedo – Description: This lesson plan allows students understand and know about the world. Students have the opportunity to create short conversations and put in practice the used vocabulary through communicative activities and different games

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Teaching Guide: Health Education

Author: Lina Constanza Home Gutierrez – Description: This plan gives the students an opportunity to review vocabulary related to free time activities and express their likes and preferences with their classmates. This lesson plan lets rural students not only reinforce what they probably know about the topic but also learn more in a meaningful way when they use their real context.

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