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Learning Guide: Types of music

Author: Jhon James Arroyave Guazarabe, Diego Fernando Cardona Valencia, Fernando Monsalve López, Luz Adiela Arias Valencia – Description: This English self-study guide helps you to express likes, describe famous people, and use some adjectives by using the present simple tense in third person. All activities are taken and adapted from English Please! 1, Module 2 Unit 2 Lesson 6. It starts with some vocabulary revision activities. Then, you continue to read a text related to musical likes, and end up writing about a famous singer’s personal information.

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Learning Guide: Around the world (special days)

Author: Heimy Ceballos Muñoz, Yair Berruecos García – Description: This English self-study guide helps you practise giving your opinion in writing form. All the activities are related to the topic Special days, presented in English Please 9. Student Book 1, Module. 2 Unit 3 Lesson 8. It builds on the vocabulary, language analysis and writing tasks done in the. previous worksheet. It asks you to create a poster showing two of the most
popular celebrations in Colombia, you can share it with your classmates.

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Learning Guide: Eco Friendly world

Author: Gloria Catalina Ortiz Ortiz, Natali Ortiz,Gloria Eugenia González – Description: This self-study guide helps you review vocabulary about flora and fauna and learn to use comparative and superlative adjectives. All the activities are related to English, Please! 9 Student Book, module 4 unit 1 (pages 124-126). Activities 1 and 2 are about vocabulary. The next activity is a reading and then developing a true/false exercise. In the language awareness you will notice the grammar rules for comparatives and superlatives and the useful language box to reinforce the information. Finally is your production time, create a collage about two ecoparks, write a description using adjectives and share your job through WhatsApp with your classmates and teacher.

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Learning Guide: Daily Routines

Author: Nadia Milena Hoyos Cortina – Description: This self-study guide helps you to learn new vocabulary related to free time activities and daily routine activities. Also you will learn the positive and interrogative structures in Present Simple tense to create sentences expressing a daily routine. All the activities are from the book English Please, pages: 48, 49, 50. It starts with a reading activity, then with a vocabulary activity where you must match pictures with some words and finally you have to create your own sentences according to your daily activities.

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Learning Guide: Features of the world

Author: Wilson Moreno Bustos, Viviana Andrea Sanabria – Description: In this self-study guide you will practice comparatives and superlatives, adjectives in a context
of features of the world (natural landscapes).
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: From day to day

Author: Avendaño Gracia Ana
Yamile, Hurtado Abril Marisel,Escobar Alvarez Judith
Esperanza,Medellín Herrera Andrea
Consuelo – Description: In this self-study guide the pedagogical tasks are divided in: instruction, planning and report.
Instruction:Students identify specific information about the daily routine from texts suggested.

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Planning: According to the audios and short texts suggested, students write their daily routine.
Report: Students record a voice note or video about their daily routine.

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Learning Guide: What we eat

Author: Melba Rocio López, Erika Viviana Hernández – Description: Welcome to this guide which includes different skills to reinforce related to the topic of food. At
the same time, a mini-project will be included to enhance your learning. This guide is based on
English Please! Student’s Book 1. Module 3, pages 87,88,94,98

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Learning Guide: My Family

Author: Erika Quintero,Dario Rojas, Flor Andrea Uribe Mora – Description: This English self-study guide helps you practise to give opinions in written form. All the
activities are related to the topic related to family members in English please Student Book 9
module 1. It starts with some vocabulary revision and activities based on family members. Then,
they have to answer some questions about the language used and write a text about their family,
using vocabulary related to family members, possessive adjectives and possessive ‘s. You can use
the text “My Lovely Family” as a reference.

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Learning Guide: Go camping

Author: Steven Marles. – Description: Hello dear student. I am glad to know you are doing a great job and you will keep doing your best. In this learning guide you are going to practice your speaking skill but also the vocabulary we already worked on in the last sessions which is related to a camping trip. I am going to guide you through this learning guide in order to make your work easier. This learning guide is going to help you to develop the exercise you must do, also you are going to revise the grammar we worked on in the last session too. Do you remember it? Well, I highlighted the grammar in this welcoming message for you to remember it. “Be going to”.

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Learning Guide: You can make a difference

Author: Luz Adriana Garcia, Julian Andrés Yaya, Angela Carolina Villa – Description: This self-study guide helps you to strengthen and provide new vocabulary about social troubles
using the second conditional as a tool to express some wishes and hopes that they would want
to happen in a better world. In this self-study guide we use English Please 3 module 3, unit 1 lesson 2.

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Learning Guide: Natural resources

Author: Elsa Diaz
Paola Manjarrés
John Murillo – Description: This self-study guide allows you to practice talking about the different ways in which you can
express comparisons. The activities you will find here are based on the book English please 9! Student book 1, Module 2, Unit 5, page 64 and Module 4, Unit 1, page 126.
The guide starts with a puzzle chart to find some opposite words to help you remember some vocabulary. Then, it continues with a matching exercise. After that, you will demonstrate your understanding about the way the adjectives are written, when making comparisons and answering some questions.
In addition, you must complete the sentences with the suitable adjective form. Also, you must listen to an audio about weather and landscape to choose the correct options for the worksheet.
Finally, choose two cities in the world, where you would like to go in order to compare them.

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Learning Guide: Routine activities

Author: Oscar Mauricio QUintero – Description: This English self-study guide helps you learn vocabulary about routine activities. All the activities
are connected to the book English Please! 9 module 2 unit 1. (page 51). It starts with some
vocabulary activities, then you must read two routines and work on some activities. Finally, you
will record a video presenting your routine and asking about your father/mother routine
activities.

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