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Learning Guide: Being a good citizen

Author: Astrid Elena Valencia Arrubla – Description: This English self-study guide helps you learn vocabulary about phrasal verbs; moreover, you will be able to give your opinion about what being a good citizen means. All the activities are related to the reading in English, Please! Student Book, Module 2, Unit 1, Lesson 1 pages 49-50. Firstly, you will work on some reading comprehension. Secondly, you will find some vocabulary exercises. Then, you will discover how to express necessity. In the end, you will create a comic in which you will invite your friends to be good citizens. You will share the comic with your teacher and classmates.

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Learning Guide: Ideal worlds

Author: Ferney Ríos Castro, Karen Lizeth Henao, Juan Camilo Vasquez – Description: This English self-study guide helps you practise presenting your opinions in written form. All the activities are related to the topic of ideal world presented in English Please Book 3 Module 2 Unit 1 Lesson 3. It starts with some vocabulary revision activities. After that, you have to answer some questions about the language used to write your opinions (Second conditional). Then, you have to read a short text and answer some questions in order to improve your reading skills and end up creating a poster of your ideal world.

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Learning Guide: Meeting the challenges of the modern world

Author: Liced Yamile Rodriguez Martinez – Description: This self-study guide will help you with your English skills, through the topic related to
community or voluntary work. This guide presents different activities to provide input and help
you by writing a text about a person who has worked or created a voluntary organization. You
can also have feedback from your partners. This self-study guide was done based on the book
English, Please! Fast track 11th grade and it presents activities such as: vocabulary tasks, where
you can recognize words related to voluntary work; reading comprehension which refer to short
posts about voluntary activities; use of language in which you can find the contrast between
past simple and present perfect; listening activities also related to voluntary work and finally,
it presents the writing task with examples and tips to elaborate a good text, by drafting and
correcting until the last version of it. In this self-study guide self-assessment is also relevant,
which allows you to evaluate yourself.

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Learning Guide: Health

Author: Javier Enrique Velez, Oriana del Carmen Jimenez, Saray Lucia Argel – Description: This self study guide will help you know about healthy habits around the world. All the activities are related to the English Please student book 11 Module 3 unit 1. This guide starts with some interesting activities about vocabulary revision. Then, you have to answer some literal and inferential statements from a reading about two important celebrations in the world. Finally, you have to write a ten line paragraph description about one of the festivals celebrated in our country.

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Learning Guide: The future is in your hands

Author: Marcela Martínez Granada – Description: This English self – study guide helps you to recognise your abilities and to what extent they may influence your future decisions. You can also learn some insights from an entrepreneur and influencer. You will use some useful resources presented in Student’s book English Please 3 Module 1 unit 1. It starts with a vocabulary exercise in which you find the word that does not match with the others.
Then, watch a video and answer some questions about it. You will also get some pieces of
advice about your future decisions from an expert. Finally, you will write a short paragraph that will help you to clear your mind about your strengths, skills, abilities and guide your next steps. It is necessary to spread the word. That is why, share your insights in your self-assessment will help you to listen to reinforce your plans.

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Learning Guide: The future is in your hands

Author: Marcela Martínez Granada – Description: This English self – study guide helps you to plan your future decisions and our next after high school, you will also understand and express possible and imaginary situations using vocabulary related to your near future. How can you plan, set goals and take action. You will use some useful resources presented in Student’s book English Please 3 Module 1 unit 1.
It starts with a vocabulary exercise in which you choose the correct word for each sentence. Then, answer some questions about the language used. You will also improve your listening skills and will get some pieces of advice about your future decisions from an expert. Finally, you will design an unconventional mind map that will help you to clear your mind about your next steps. It is necessary to spread the word. That is why, share your insights in your self-assessment will help you to listen to reinforce your plans.

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Learning Guide: Team work

Author: Wilson Moreno Bustos, Viviana Andrea Sanabria – Description: This self-study guide in English will help you practice using “indirect speech” when someone
says or tells us something.
First, you will know some basic rules that are necessary for the correct use of this subject and
then with practical exercises you will put what you have learned into practice. Are you ready?
Let’s go!

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Learning Guide: The influence of images in the world

Author: Tatiana Paula Lozano, Daisy Viviana Montilla Gonzalez – Description: This self-study guide will help you to follow instructions in a written form. Some activities are
related to the English Please 3 Student ́s Book Module 2, Unit 2 that will help you to reinforce
the vocabulary related to advertisements, modal verbs: can, should, could and to show your
creativity and ability to convince others.

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Learning Guide: Wealth and poverty, charitable giving

Author: Claudia Baranza, Haixa Martínez – Description: This English self-study guide is focused on the critical thinking development. The activities are
related to the topic Wealth and poverty, charitable giving presented in English Please 3 Module
2 Unit 3 Lesson 7. It starts with a thinking routine to explore your previous ideas about the
topic. The activities proposed let you strength the four abilities: listening, speaking, reading
and writing.

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Learning Guide: Documentaries and films

Author: Bibiana Patiño Roa – Description: This English self-study guide helps you practice your listening and reading skills about the
documentary maker and their work. All the activities are related to the English Please 3,
Module 2, Unit 3, Lesson 8, pages 76 and 78. It starts with some vocabulary about tools and
devices to do a documentary film. Then, you have to listen an audio and answer some
questions in written form about it. Finally, you have to read a text “Documenting the issues of
our time” and answer some questions in written form.

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Learning Guide: Eating Disorders

Author: Kerlly Fernanda Osorio Ramos – Description: In this English self-study guide you are going to learn about eating disorders. All the activities presented here are related with that vocabulary. It starts with a reading and then you should classify some illness. Then, we have an activity where you can practice what you have learned.

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Learning Guide: Global Issues

Author: Karol Stephany Bonilla Robles – Description: Welcome to your English self-study guide. I am pleased to give you some helpful information and a few tips to complete this guide. You will find that, as an online learner, self-motivation and discipline are really important. All the activities are related to Imperative verbs grammar and the vocabulary related to world issues presented in English Please! 3 student’s book, Module 2 Unit 1 lesson 3 page 56, 57,exercise 6, 7 and 8. It starts with a vocabulary task then you have to complete a mind map, a grammar activity using WOULD / WOULDN’T, a writing activity and finally a listening and reading one.

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