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Using Letters to Tell Stories in the EFL Classroom

Author: Dario Luis Banegas – Description: Activities with letters you can use in classes. These resources were originally created for English language learners and teachers around the world by the Office of English Language Programs in the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs at the U.S. Department of State. Visit the American English page here: https://americanenglish.state.gov/

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The Children’s Response

Author: Caroline Linse – Description: A book of TPR activities. These resources were originally created for English language learners and teachers around the world by the Office of English Language Programs in the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs at the U.S. Department of State. Visit the American English page here: https://americanenglish.state.gov/

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Create to Communicate: Art Activities for the English as a Foreign Language Classroom – Mixed Media

Author: American English – Description: Activities with art you can use in classes. These resources were originally created for English language learners and teachers around the world by the Office of English Language Programs in the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs at the U.S. Department of State. Visit the American English page here: https://americanenglish.state.gov/

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Activate: Games for Learning American English – Name 3 Game Board

Author: American English – Description: The Board game, Name 3. It is a game that promotes discussions about knowledge. These resources were originally created for English language learners and teachers around the world by the Office of English Language Programs in the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs at the U.S. Department of State. Visit the American English page here: https://americanenglish.state.gov/

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Learning Guide: Describe weather changes

Author: VIVIANA ARCHILA, YIBYSNEYDA AVILA LANDINEZ MADRID, DEYBYS MARSHALL MELGAREJO – Description: The English self-study guide helps you learn vocabulary about weather and the activities that we can do in this weather. The activities are connected to the activities in Way to go! 6 module 4 unit 2 Page 141-142. It starts with some vocabulary activities. Then you have to

read and do some activities, so you will discover how to describe the weather. Finally you will design a poster about the weather in your favourite place to describe the weather and season. That poster will be shared with your classmates and your teacher.

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Teaching Guide: CELEBRATIONS IN MY COUNTRY AND AROUND THE WORLD

Author: Claudia Patricia Olarte Suárez – Description: This lesson plan gives the students language tools to talk about not only Colombian Celebrations but also celebrations around the world. It is also a great opportunity to do jigsaw reading activities with students to promote more interaction and involvement with the topic of the lesson.

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Teaching Guide: Natural wonders in Colombia

Author: Maria Consuelo Galindo Bahamon – Description: This lesson plan is about the wonderful places that Colombia has and why tourists should visit. In this plan, students check some vocabulary related to geographical accidents, activities and object to take to a specific place. In addition, some games are proposed to make the class fun.

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Teaching Guide: Showing the touristic places of our city

Author: Dilsa Judith Calderón Zubieta – Description: This task plan gives the students the role as a central part of the class, it allows students work with their context so they can find the usefulness of English in real life. In addition, it allows you to create a good teaching-learning atmosphere in which interaction is the clue (teacher-students, students-students, students-community). It gives the students the opportunity to know more about them, their context and more about you as their teacher.

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