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Teaching Guide: Eco-tourism

Author: Arturo Echenique – Description: This activity plan can be used for introducing vocabulary about either landscapes or eco-parks in Colombia while allowing the students to practice their productive skills.

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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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Teaching Guide: Duties as a citizen

Author: Carlos Alberto Gonzalez Ramirez – Description: This lesson plan highlights the importance of being a good citizen. Students are asked to think of behaviour that shows good citizenship in different places that are meaningful to them. On the other hand, The Exit Ticket, as a Formative Assessment Technique is suggested to check students’ learning.

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Teaching Guide: Environmental problems

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 things people would like to do to reduce the impact of human actions polluting the environment.

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Teaching Guide: Enjoy your free time

Author: Nubia Johanna Florez Monroy – Description: This activity plan gives teachers a chance to know about children’s free time activities and it also gives you a valuable opportunity to assess your students’ level. It can also be a useful and productive class because you can have your students practicing their speaking skills through an interview.

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Teaching Guide: Healthy Physical Routine

Author: Alix Yakelinne Chavarro Gómez – Description: This lesson plan gives the students the opportunity to talk about his/her daily routines; and it also lets to describe his/her favourite superhero´s routines.
Students can assess their language level and performance through a rubric; which helps to the teachers monitors their students learning and progress.

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Teaching Guide: Daily routines

Author: Sandra Castro Soto – Description: This plan gives the students the possibility to talk about healthy daily habits that relate to the present time, and it also gives teachers a valuable opportunity to assess their Ss’ knowledge about the simple present tense to talk about daily routine. Finally, Formative Assessment Techniques are suggested to raise awareness of the importance of keeping track of the students’ learning process.

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Teaching Guide: Body Parts and Injures

Author: Carolina Ferrucho Sánchez – Description: This lesson plan gives both students and teachers the opportunity of giving suggestions to different types of injuries. Additionally, the use of graphic organisers help students organise their ideas before speaking. Finally, this lesson plan includes Formative Assessment Techniques that permit teachers and students to keep track of the learning process.

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Teaching Guide: Likes and Dislkes

Author: Beatriz Elena Ramirez Londoño – Description: The actual lesson plan allows current teachers to help out students become conscious of the paramount importance of acquiring a healthy and balanced diet through the identification of food group’s benefits and the establishment of wise eating choices.

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Teaching Guide: Landscapes

Author: Jorge Andrés Molina Tovar – Description: This lesson plan gives the opportunity to work on a topic that we can relate to objects that we see every day, which are the parts of the landscapes. The activities written here allow the teacher to introduce vocabulary and language functions in a way that is not boring to the students through the use of creative activities. Besides, at the end we also include an activity for researching about national parks in Colombia, in this way, they can learn about their own country in a different language.

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