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Learning Guide: Amazing places to discover!

Author: Jairzhinio Bautista Sanchez, Ana Milena Rojas Silva, Diego Fernando Salazar Méndez – Description: Dear students, This English Learning Guide is designed to learn comparatives and superlatives related to the characteristics of places. All the activities are found in module 4, unit 1, lesson 1: Let’s see the World, which is on pages 130-132 from Way to Go 7th, Student’s Book.
Activity 1. Find the definitions of the adjectives presented. Activity 2. Write and associate the names of the places with the images. Activity 3. Answer the questions about your preferences of places.

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Learning Guide: A common day in life

Author: Luz Adriana Garcia, Julian Andrés Yaya, Angela Carolina Villa – Description: This self-study guide helps you to describe your daily routine in written form. All the activities are related to things that we do regularly. Some of the tasks are presented in Way to go workbook 6 Module 2 unit 2 lesson 2. The tasks begins with an unscramble activity and matching exercise, then you have to complete some grammar points, some reading exercises and end up with written sentences.

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Learning Guide: My weekend plans

Author: Jairo Antonio Torres Méndez – Description: This guide will help you to reinforce your Reading and Writing skills. Furthermore, you will understand a little better the simple future. I hope you understand the importance of acquiring leisure activities in order to keep your body and mind relaxed. First, you will have to match the words with the images, then you will have to classify and order the activities you do in a normal weekend and the activities in the first task. Finally, you will have to write a letter with the criteria in the rubric. For this activity I suggest using a dictionary.
That’s all. Good luck.

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Learning Guide: The Biggest Cities

Author: ALEXANDER ESPINOSA RAMÌREZ, ERIKA RUBIANO TRUJILLO, LUZ ESTHER QUINTO WALDO – Description: This English self-study guide helps you reinforce vocabulary related to adjectives comparing some characteristics of cities. It starts with some vocabulary activities. Then, you must answer some reading, writing and grammar tasks. After that, you will find some exercises to practise listening skills and at the end record yourself answering three questions about some characteristics of your town.
Click on the blue link to download the audio file (listening part-track 63).

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Learning Guide: Food and drinks

Author: Alejandra Angulo, William Erney Villota, Jarlinton Benedo Torres – Description: This English Self-Study Guide will help you to practise some vocabulary about food in English. Also, you will practice, expressing likes and dislikes. You can find the activities in “English Please 9°” book, Module 3, unit 1, lesson 2. There is vocabulary about food’s classification.

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Learning Guide: What is a Model Citizen?

Author: Betsaida Hernández Rojas – Description: This English self-study guide helps you to learn vocabulary about the good deeds citizens perform. Also, it helps you to know how to talk about your experiences as a good citizen. These activities are in the Way to go student´s book in module 3, unit 2 lesson 1 on page 102. To start, you have two activities related to the useful vocabulary for this self-study guide. Then you are going to do a listening for specific information exercise. Then there are some examples and activities that will help you to learn about present perfect tense use and form. To finish you must do a presentation talking about your experiences as a good Colombian citizen, elaborate a poster to illustrate your presentation and record it through a video to send it to your teacher.

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Learning Guide: Tolerance

Author: Martha Carolina Carvajal, Omar Orlando Peña, Omayra Rubiela Criollo – Description: This English self-study guide helps you in reading comprehension. The activities are related to a reading about tolerance in English, Please Student Book 10 Module 3 Unit 2 Lesson 5. It starts with some vocabulary revision activities. Then, you have to answer some questions about the text.

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Learning Guide: Daily activities

Author: Stephanie Palomares-Rubén Darío Londoño – Description: This English self-study guide was designed for you to reinforce lexical, writing and speaking skills. All the
activities are related to the frequency adverbs, you can find this information and more exercises in the Way
to Go Student Book 6 Module 1 Unit 2 Lesson 2. It starts with some vocabulary revision activities. Then, you
have to answer some questions about the text and the use of frequency adverbs. It ends up with a speaking
activity and a self-assessment activity to check your progress.

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Learning Guide: Body parts

Author: Karol Gómez – Description: This English self-study guide helps you to reinforce the vocabulary of body parts and verb To Be to describe
them using different adjectives. You can find information related to this topic in Way to Go, Students’
Book 6, Module 2, Unit 1, page 50-51 and 52.

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Learning Guide: Proposals for protecting our environment

Author: Andrés Arturo Huertas – Description: This English self-study guide helps you learn vocabulary about activities you do to protect the
environment. All the activities are connected to the reading in Way to Go Student Book 6 Module 3 Unit
1 Lesson 2, exercise 3 (page 94) and lesson 3 exercise 6 (page 98). It starts with some vocabulary
activities. Then, you have to read some texts and a conversation and select the right choices. Finally,
you will write some questions for an interview with a friend. Are you ready? Let’s go!

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Learning Guide: My Hiking Trip

Author: Jimmy Alexander Gaviria Delgado – Description: This self-study guide will give you some orientation about how to talk about facts that are always true using zero conditional and some vocabulary for a hiking trip. The activities presented here are based on the English Please, Fast Track 10th student’s book, Module 2, Unit 3, Lesson 7. It starts with some vocabulary review activities, then you will read and answer some reading comprehension questions about a hiking talk. After, you will discover the uses and structure of the zero conditional, and finally, you will design a poster to talk about a hiking trip with your friends.

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Learning Guide: Daily routines

Author: Stephanie Palomares- Rubén Londoño – Description: This English self-study guide was designed for you to reinforce lexical reading and writing. All
the activities are related to the daily routines, you can find this information and more exercises
in the Way to Go Student Book 6 Module 1 Unit 2 Lesson 1. It starts with some vocabulary
revision activities. Then, you have to answer some questions about the text and end up with a
writing activity.

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Learning Guide: Sports and hobbies

Author: Gloria Adriana Bolaños Escobar, Jhoana Rocío Paz Guerrero – Description: This English self-study guide helps you practise vocabulary related to sports, hobbies and leisure activities as well as the uses of the verb “can” to express abilities and possibilities. All the activities are based on the English, Please! Student’s Book 2 Lesson 1 page 12. It starts with an activity to review vocabulary. Then, you will answer some reading comprehension questions and analyse the uses and structure of the verb “can”, and end up writing about your abilities related to sports, hobbies and leisure activities and those of your best friend.

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Learning Guide: Classroom commands

Author: Maritza Bonilla- Delio Fraile – Description: Dear student, this English self-study guide has been designed to help you to review the vocabulary
of objects in the classroom step by step. It also helps you to recognize the commands used in class.
The activities projected on these materials are in the English series Way to Go, Student Book 6,
Module 1 Unit 1 and Lesson 1 pages 13 and 14.

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Learning Guide: Urban tribes

Author: Fanery Patricia Hidalgo Benavides, Marisol Vallejo Narváez, Silvana Yamile López Muñoz – Description: This self-study guide helps you practise describing Urban Tribes in written and spoken form. All the activities are related to the English, please! Fast Track – Student’s Book 10, Module 1, Unit 1, Lesson 2, Pages 14, 15 and 17. It starts with some vocabulary revision activities. Then, you will read the texts and work on some comprehension questions. After that, you will discover how to use the gerund as a verb. Finally, you will write a description about your favorite urban tribe and the same information will be shared through a 1-minute audio in the English group via WhatsApp.

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Learning Guide: Daily routines

Author: Karol Gómez-Andrés Huertas – Description: This English self-study guide helps you to recognize those verbs and vocabulary that are useful to describe
our daily routines and habits, that’s why all activities take you to be able to express your ideas about it.
You can find information related to this topic in Way to Go, Students’ Book 6, Module 1, Unit 2, page 21.

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Learning Guide: Sports and hobbies

Author: Liliana del Rosario Calpa Burbano, Jhoana Rocío Paz Guerrero, Gloria Adriana Bolaños Escobar – Description: This English self-study guide helps you practise vocabulary related to sports, hobbies and leisure activities in the development of different exercises. All the activities are related to the topic of sports and hobbies presented in the English, Please! Student’s Book 2 Module 1 Unit 1 Lesson 1. It starts with some vocabulary revision activities. Then, you have to answer some comprehension questions related to a text and end up writing about your favorite sports, hobbies and leisure activities and those of your best friend.

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Learning Guide: My family

Author: Edith Lisbeth Fernandez – Description: This English self- study guide will help you to practice the vocabulary about member of the family
presented in Way to Go! workbook Unit 3 Lesson 1. It starts with vocabulary about this topic
(members of the family) then, the language awareness which helps you understand and use
possessive adjectives. The vocabulary about physical appearance helps you do the reading
activity and your family description which is the last activity. Finally, you have to evaluate your
progress.

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Learning Guide: Gender Equality

Author: Vianey Yanira Insuasti, William Erney Villota, Marcial Adriano Muñoz – Description: These activities are related to the book English Please! Fast track 11, pages 90 to 97. It presents vocabulary and structures to talk about obligation and responsibilities. First, you will discover some words about it, then you will practice with some examples, and finally, you will describe your roles and responsibilities with an infographic. Last but not least, you will also self-assess your work. Are you ready? Let’s go!

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Learning Guide: Life Project

Author: Lilia López Unigarro, Yuli Rojas Betancourt, María Cristina Rosas – Description: This interesting self-study guide will help you; you just must follow the instructions. These activities are related to the topic, life project, presented in “English please”, Module 1, Lesson 1, pages 11, 12. This activity starts with a reading; then, you are going to find some questions about future tense (grammar), vocabulary about dream, and adjectives. After, you should write a short paragraph about your future plans.

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Learning Guide: What are your dreams for the future?

Author: Víctor Ernesto Yepez Araujo – Description: This English self-study guide helps you practise vocabulary related to professions and your speaking skills to talk about your future dreams. All the activities are related to the topic of dreams for the future presented in Module 1 Unit 1 Lesson 2. It starts with some vocabulary revision activities. Then, you have to answer some questions about the language used to write about the future with “will”; then you find reading comprehension questions, and end up speaking about your dreams for the future.

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