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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: Having fun

Author: Katherine Cortes Alarcón – Description: This English self-study guide helps you to practice describing sports and hobbies in written form. All the activities are related to the topic “having fun” presented in English, please! Student book 2, module 1 unit 1 lesson 1. It starts with a revision of vocabulary about sports and hobbies, then it presents some adjectives to describe a sport/hobby. It ends with writing the description of a sport or hobby.

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Learning Guide: Saving water

Author: Norbelly González Plaza
Janett Guzmán Cortés
Aranza Cathalina Laiseca Campos – Description: This English self-study guide helps you reinforce vocabulary related to saving water and how to use imperatives to give instructions and suggestions through the reading, writing and speaking skills. You will find 5 main activities:
-Activity 1 Vocabulary: Fill in the blanks with the words and phrases given
-Activity 2 Language awareness: Identify and write down statements instructing someone to do and Not to do something in order to protect natural resources.
-Activity 3 Reading: Match the words with the pictures and then read the text and answer some questions. Finally, identify problems, reasons and green solutions by classifying phrases in the corresponding column.
-Activity 4 Writing: Use imperatives to write at least four ideas about saving water and make a poster with them.
-Activity 5: Record a video where you present your poster about tips for saving water.
Once you have finished, do not forget to assess your performance in the self-assessment section.

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Learning Guide: Job Interviews

Author: Carmen Helena Moreno, Mario Leonel Díaz, Rubelio Valencia – Description: This English self-study guide helps you practise for a job interview in oral form. All the activities are related to the topic of skills and abilities presented in the English, Please! Student Book 3 Module 1 Unit 1 Lesson 3. It starts with some vocabulary and grammar revision activities. Then, you have to answer some questions about the language used to express abilities, talents, weaknesses and interests (can for ability; can’t for disability) and end up performing a short dialogue talking about your abilities.

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Learning Guide: The Human Rights and Conflicts.

Author: Yanira Vianey Insuasty, Julián Andrés Parra, Álvaro Eduart Toro – Description: This guide helps you practice the past simple Passive, when vs until and speak about war and conflict.
Remember: You need your book because all the activities are related to the topic of War and conflict presented in Fast Track, English Please 11. Student book. Module 2. Unit 2. (60 to 63.)

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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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Learning Guide: Daily Routines

Author: María Elena Erazo, Aura María Palacios, Robinson Manrique Claro – Description: This English self-study guide helps you practise
daily activities, habits, and routines. All the activities are
related to the topic daily routines in simple present tense. It will help to improve different skills: writing, listening, and

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Learning Guide: Introductions and routines

Author: Jose Wilson Calderon Trujillo – Description: This English self-study guide helps you practise listening skills. You will:
• read a short dialog about Wilson then answer some questions and next listen and repeat track one to become familiar with the intonation and pronunciation.
• match the numbers from one to twenty, then complete a word grid with the numbers and listen to track 2 to repeat the dialog, after that, read the same questions and answer with your information.
• with the alphabet, study the corresponding symbols for pronunciation, after that, listen to complete the table with the people’s names, and finally complete the introduction with your own name.
• record an audio greeting, saying about your name, your last name, age, place where you were born, spelling your full name and a farewell and send it to me by WhatsApp.

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Learning Guide: Healthy and unhealthy food

Author: Giraldo Alvear Moreno – Description: This English self-study guide helps you strengthen your English knowledge about the use of “there is /there are”, increase your vocabulary about food and drinks and reflect on the benefits of the food groups for your body. All the activities are related to food and eating habits presented in English Please Student Book 9, Module 3 Unit 1. It includes interesting information that shows you why food is important for your body.

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Learning Guide: Daily life

Author: Elcy Andrea Tovar Torres – Description: Welcome to this work guide, here you will find activities related to the daily activities done at home. It has examples to help you do each one of them. It is very important to read the instructions. I hope that these guidelines help you describe your daily routine and that you enjoy doing them.

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Learning Guide: My body is an amazing machine

Author: Jorge Reyes – Description: This self-study guide helps you to practice the vocabulary about “the body” in written and oral form. All
the activities are related to the topic “My body is an Amazing Machine”, presented in Way to Go 6
Module 1 Unit 1 lesson 1. It starts with some vocabulary revision activities. Then, you have to answer
some questions based on a reading and the language awareness and it ends up with speaking and
writing activities.

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