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Learning Guide: My ecological footprint

Author: Luz Miryam Montilla Montaña – Description: This English self-study guide helps you create an action plan to take care of the environment. All the activities are related to the topic “My ecological footprint” presented in Way to Go Student Book, Module 1 Unit 2. It starts with some vocabulary revision activities. Then, you have to answer some questions about the language used to describe plans (gerunds), do some tasks related to an article and end up writing an action plan to save the planet.

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Learning Guide: Eating disorders

Author: Humberto Uchima Tasama, Diego Alejandro Ospina Cardona, Maria Isabel Utima Gaviria – Description: This English self-study guide helps you learn and practice frequency adverbs and how they are used to express symptoms of eating disorders and the illness such disorders could lead to. The activities in this guide are related to the topic of eating disorders proposed in Way to go students’ book 8th grade, Module 2, Unite 1: lesson 1. It starts with some vocabulary activities. Then, you are asked to analyze the way frequency adverbs are used. Finally, you have some exercises to listen and use the vocabulary learned to talk about eating disorders throughout a survey.

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Learning Guide: Eating disorders

Author: Alejandro David Julio Rhenals, Yaneth Rodríguez Rodríguez, Andrés Felipe Gómez Restrepo, Gloria Inés Padilla Uribe – Description: Hello Students. This English self-study guide gives you the sequence you need to identify should and shouldn’t, use and apply them in reading comprehension and writing activities. All the activities are related to the topic eating disorders in Way to Go Student Book 8 Module 2 Unit 1. It starts with some relevant vocabulary about the topic. Then, you have to answer and read using should or shouldn’t and finish writing a plan for healthy eating habits.

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Learning Guide: Food and nutrition

Author: Carolina Triviño Giraldo, Carolina Jaramillo – Description: This English self-study guide helps you practise giving instructions in written form. All the activities are related to the topic of food presented in English Please Student Book 9 Module 3 Unit 1 Lesson 1. It starts with some vocabulary revision activities. Then, you have
to answer some questions about the language used to describe routines (Third person rules) and other questions about a specific reading. After that, you end up writing a paragraph describing a relatives’ day.

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Learning Guide: Caring for the environment

Author: Andrea Steffania Guzmán Santacruz, Lina Constanza García Castro, Edna Lucia Rengifo – Description: This English self-study guide will help you to reinforce and obtain new knowledge about the importance of caring for the environment, leaving a good ecological footprint and reflecting on your daily actions to preserve the natural spaces that we still have. It starts with some vocabulary revision activities. Then, you have to answer some questions about the language used to express opinions about environmental practices and end up writing a situation considering whether it is good or bad to preserve the environment.

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Learning Guide: Nutrition and Health

Author: Maritza Cardozo, Diana Rodriguez – Description: This English self-study guide helps you practice giving information in writing form. All the
activities are related to the topic of Nutrition and Health presented in Way to Go Student Book

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8 Module 2 Unit 2 Lesson 1.
It builds on the vocabulary, language analysis and writing tasks done in the previous worksheet.
It asks you to describe a food item in a short paragraph including its name, colour, size, shape,
taste, ways to eat it, or how it is usually served (in other dishes, soups, juices, etc.). and
exchange their paragraph by at least 2 of your classmates through WhatsApp, phone call or text
message to give them feedback.

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Learning Guide: Foreign dishes

Author: Luz Adriana Herrera – Description: This English self-study guide helps you practice asking and giving information. All the activities
are related to the topic of ingredients of food, choices presented in Way to Go Student Book 8
Module 2 Unit 2 Lesson 1, page 60-64 It builds on the vocabulary and language analysis. It
helps you to improve your reading, writing and listening skills.

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Learning Guide: Health Issues

Author: Fredy Ticora y Johanni Naranjo – Description: This English self-study guide helps you describe eating disorders and identify general and specific
information in a short text. All the activities are related to eating disorders. It is presented in Way
to Go Student Book 8, Module 2 unit 1 Lesson 1 page 50 Exercise 1, and page 51 Exercises 4 and
5. Also, in Way to Go Workbook 8, Module 2 unit 1 Lesson 1 page 17 exercises 1-2. It starts with
an activity of vocabulary. You must match some pictures with some signs of possible eating
disorders. Then, there is a listening exercise with the vocabulary seen. Then, you must look at the
information and label the photos. After that, you must read the last information and complete the
text with an eating disorder. Later you must describe an eating disorder using the photos, the
useful expressions and the vocabulary Study. There is also a reading about the topic with questions related
with the text. Finally, you must evaluate your work.

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Learning Guide: Changing Lifestyles

Author: Genyvel Díaz Traslaviña, Adriana Martínez Torres, Luz Bibiana Lazo Esquivel, Olga Cecilia Gutiérrez Méndez – Description: This English self-study guide helps you practise giving instructions in written form. All the activities are related to the topic of the environment presented in Way to Go 8 Module 1 Unit 2 Lesson 1. It starts with some vocabulary revision activities. Then, you have a reading to identify actions to reduce, reuse, recycle and to answer some questions about the language used to describe actions (Gerunds) and end up speaking the actions for reducing the eco-footprint.

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Learning Guide: Solving Problems with others.

Author: Paunny Andrea Portacio Cortes
Karen Margarita Mendoza Gonzalez – Description: This English self-study guide helps you practise giving advice to people when it is needed. All the activities are related to the topic of solving problems with others presented in Way to Go Student Book 8 Module 3 Unit 1 Lesson 1. It starts with a new vocabulary activity. Then you have to do a reading activity, answer some questions before reading and then do a matching activity. Once you finish with that, you have to do a writing activity where you have to think about some other pieces of advice in order to help those people.

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Learning Guide: Human Actions and the environment

Author: Andrés Felipe Muñoz Cortés, Margarita María Montes Montoya – Description: This English self-study guide helps you to describe the human actions that affect the environment and express what you would do to promote the care of it. All the activities are related to the topic of human actions and the environment presented in Way to Go Student Book 8, Module 1, Unit 1, Lesson 1. Besides, you will be able to write about the environmental problems that affect your school or community.

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Learning Guide: Human Actions and the Environment

Author: Andrés Bermúdez Duque, Astrid Elena Lopera Lopera, Elmer Antonio Córdoba Mosquera – Description: This English self-study guide helps you learn vocabulary related to human’s actions and the environment. All the activities are connected to the reading in “Way to Go Student Book 8, Module 1 – Unit 1 (Pages 9, 10, 11, 12) and the “Workbook” (3, 4, 5, 6). It starts with some vocabulary activities. Then you have to read a text and work on some activities about it, then you will discover how to express actions in the present simple. Finally, you will design a campaign inviting your friends to have good environmental habits; that campaign will be shared with your teacher and classmates.

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