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Teaching Guide: This is my home!

Author: Neify Yineth Olmos Valderrama – Description: This lesson plan provides students with vocabulary to describe their houses. Teacher personalises the topic so that students find it more meaningful. Formative Assessment techniques are suggested to check the progress.

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Teaching Guide: Teenagers

Author: Yasmira Díaz Yepes – Description: This lesson plan is designed to develop communication skills in students, specifically reading, writing and speaking skills. This plan has as its central theme some problems that young people face today, such as bullying, smoking, and drug use. The general objective is for students to learn to give advice on these problem situations.

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Teaching Guide: Location

Author: Sandra Milena Lozano – Description: This lesson plan shows the previous work or introduction in a topic that includes prepositions in my neighbourhood, town, city or place where the students live.

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Teaching Guide: Self-introduction

Author: Gonzalo González Varón – Description: This plan is focused on self-introduction, in order to get students’ interest and to help them to improve their English level and knowledge. It is perfect for the first day of class!

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Teaching Guide: My Daily routine Habits

Author: Abel Andrés Periñán Morales – Description: This lesson plan gives students the chance to deepen their knowledge about daily routine activities. This planning allows the students to strengthen their autonomy and group work because the suggested activities are Learner Centred. Students will also get a sense of assessment in a relaxed way, which helps them be more aware of how they and their peers learn and how the teacher teaches.

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Teaching Guide: Caquetá is wonderful!

Author: Linsay Stefany Doncel Castaño – Description: This plan includes some activities that allows students to describe touristic places in Colombia through practicing abilities like reading, speaking, writing and listening. It includes a game in order to make groups of work.

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Teaching Guide: The perfect profession for me!

Author: Lina Patricia Váquiro Rondón – Description: This plan includes activities that promote creative writing based on a model. Additionally, teacher can raise students’ awareness regarding community workers. Finally, Formative Assessment techniques are suggested in different stages of the lesson.

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Teaching Guide: Environment

Author: Oscar Javier López – Description: This lesson plan was based on the textbook Way to Go 8, allowing teachers to use it as a resource in their classes. On the other hand, it does not dependent on it, as activities are well explained and can be adapted at schools that don’t have it. The lesson is part of the unit 1 and it’s about those environmental concerns that have a big impact on the environment.

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Teaching Guide: Food

Author: Sussy Perez Guzman – Description: This plan guides ss to recognise different types of food including what is healthy and what it is not by identifying the benefits of fruits and vegetables and the issues that junk food can have. This plan allows ss to work individually and in groups in order to promote interaction inside the classroom. Additionally, it guides ss to get to know their own level of performance by providing a self-assessment technique.

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Teaching Guide: Places in a town

Author: Gladys Rodriguez Vergara – Description: This plan provides opportunities and activities to mention the main parts of a city and what you can or can’t do there. It is fun and enjoyable opportunity to use L2 inside of the classroom.

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Teaching Guide: We are all different

Author: Freddy Miguel Porras Porras – Description: This activity plan focuses on the listening skill. Moreover, this activity fosters awareness about differences between people and highlights some values such as tolerance and respect. Additionally, some formative assessment techniques are suggested to make learners be more involved in their learning process.

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