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Why English? Comics for the Classroom – Story 20: A Lucky Guy with Audio

Author: American English – Description: A story: Derek travels to the U.S. Find out all the opportunities he misses throughout his stay because he doesn’t know English. Does he finally get a job in the end? 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:

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Learning Guide: Biographies About Amazing People

Author: Natalia Isabel Quinto Cervantes,
Olga Lucia Gómez Plata – Description: This English self-study guide helps you strengthen listening skills. All activities are related to the biography about Amazing people, past tense, regular and irregular verbs and reading comprehension about Amazing People presented in Way to go Student Book 7 Module 2 Unit 2 Lesson 2. It starts with a listening activity. Then, you have to develop some activities to practice listening, pronunciation and verbs regular and irregular verbs and end up reading comprehension about other biography.

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Learning Guide: No bullying allowed!

Author: Leidy Sánchez Palomeque – Description: This English self-study guide helps you practise the past tense regular, irregular and
expression opinion. All the activities are related to the topic of environmental issue “we must save energy” presented in Way to Go Student workboook7 Module 2 Unit 2 Lesson 1. It starts with a reading about story and complete activity.

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Learning Guide: Learning of the past

Author: Patricia Rubio G. – Description: This English self – study guide helps you practise the four skills writing, reading, speaking and
listening. Also you will be able to speak and describe past experiences and situations.
The activities are related to the topic learning of the past presented in Wat to go 7° in Unit 2

module #2. In this guide there are 5 activities: First activity is a language task, here you have
to look at the time table and answer about what María did before the lockdown. Then you have
to write questions in the past and listen to audio and complete the speech bubbles. After you
have to read the Turing’s biography and match the column B with column C. Then in the
speaking task you have to practise asking and answering questions with a partner and end up
doing the auto-assessment.

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Learning Guide: My last vacation

Author: Jimmy Alexander Gaviria Delgado – Description: This self-study guide will give you some orientation about how to describe past events like your last vacation or your last birthday. The activities presented here are based on the Way to go student’s book 7, Module 2, Unit 2. Lesson 1. It starts with a matching exercise, then you have to answer some grammar questions (verbs in past form and the auxiliary verb used to ask questions), later you read and answer some comprehension questions, and finally you find a writing activity about your last vacation.

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Teaching Guide: Holiday

Author: Soneska Herzog Herrera – Description: This lesson plan gives students different strategies to learn new vocabulary and grammar structures in context. Students can describe their feelings and emotions

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