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Learning Guide: Daily life

Author: Elcy Andrea Tovar Torres – Description: Welcome to this work guide, here you will find activities related to the daily activities done at home. It has examples to help you do each one of them. It is very important to read the instructions. I hope that these guidelines help you describe your daily routine and that you enjoy doing them.

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Teaching Guide: Daily routines

Author: Cristian Jahir Méndez Castro – Description: This plan is designed to help students acquire vocabulary through listening. The activity is developed step by step to allow students to listen for more detailed information as they go through the activities. Even though it is designed for eighth grade, my students are only developing level A1, that is why I am using the sixth-grade content from the suggested curriculum.

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Teaching Guide: Personal Care Habits

Author: Maritza Cáceres Zárate – Description: This lesson plan has been designed for seventh grade students who have A1 level in an urban area away from the city, who come from rural sites with very little knowledge of English language. In this lesson plan you can find step by step activities that will lead students to practice speaking, which they will practice at all times with the pair work. In this plan, the students will learn by themselves, they will be the most important actors in the class and as a teacher I will only be a guide waiting to give feedback when necessary. Finally, with this lesson plan we leave the traditional class and focus on more dynamic activities, which lead students to be motivated with the practice of English. This can be a very useful and productive class if you want to put it into practice with your students.

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Author: Rosa Alicia Garzón Montenegro – Description: This plan is ideal to recycle vocabulary that has already been covered in a previous class. The idea is to help students consolidate language at the end of the unit in a fun and engaging way.

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