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Learning Guide: Nature, environment and planet care

Author: Blanca Liliana Morales Giraldo, Gloria Nelsy Betancourt Salazar, María Carmenza Giraldo Ocampo – Description: This English self- study guide provides you communicative resources to give advice and recommendations related to nature, environment and planet care. The activities of this guide are based on English Please 10 book, module 4, unit 2 page 144. First, it begins with some vocabulary related to the environment , nature and planet care. Second, you will find some recommended tools and practices. Finally, you will propose your own recommendations to love and protect nature , environment and planet with the participation of all your family members.

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Teaching Guide: Let’s take care of our Beautiful Natural World

Author: Andrea Moreno Pereira – Description: This lesson plan gives the students a chance to learn about to take care of the natural resources and provides students with new environment vocabulary. It can also be a useful and productive class if students learn to become more conscious about the world they live and start implementing good actions in real live.

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Teaching Guide: Animal Care

Author: Boris Yamit Perez Ortega – Description: This plan fosters the student communicative English skills. Also, it helps students become familiarized with animal vocabulary and how to care for them.

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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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