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Teaching Guide: Environment

Author: Maria Alejandra Cabrera Tovar – Description: This lesson plan gives the students a chance to recognize themselves as a part of the nature or ecosystem, and it also provides the opportunity to identify or explore nature around the community, with their friends and family members.

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Teaching Guide: Lifestyles

Author: Alvaro Villota Villarreal – Description: This plan is designed to provide students a context to practice adverbs of frequency in a meaningful and entertaining way. The idea is to bring them a familiar story so they can relate.

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Teaching Guide: Human body

Author: CECILIA GARCIA MEJIA – Description: This plan helps raise student’s interest in English language learning, use vocabulary in context and make the class more active.

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Teaching Guide: Abilities

Author: Carlos Alberto Portilla – Description: This lesson plan gives the students a chance to recognize their own skills and the skills of their partners; it also gives a teacher the opportunity to recognize student’s English skills, and their social skills. It is a very productive class in which students will be able to interact among themselves with simple phrases

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Teaching Guide: Sustainability and Conservation

Author: Gladys Eugenia Imbago – Description: This activity is designed to meet the needs of a rural 7th grade class. It is simple to adapt and it provides a hands-on student cantered activity. It will also motivate Ss to work, as their posters will be displayed for everyone in the school to see.

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Teaching Guide: Common preventable diseases

Author: Adriana Ojeda Alvarez – Description: This lesson plan provides a path to practice vocabulary regarding diseases in context. It also fosters vocabulary acquisition to convey meaning and understanding in the basis of task-based approach. Thus, it is useful to contextualize students based on their own real situation to achieve meaningful learning. Moreover, it gives support in terms of assessing as an ongoing process that has been grounded in formative practices.

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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: A Greener lifestyle

Author: Ana Elizabeth Parra Blanco – Description: This task is an alternative activity to be used with an audio from the series Way to go 8th grade. It is designed to help students better understand an audio and to develop more listening for details skills.

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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: Daily Routines

Author: Sandy Giovanna Hurtado Gomez – Description: Even though this plan is for eighth grade, the level of difficulty is adapted for a very basic A1 level which is the current situation of my students. The idea is to use music as a strategy to motivate and engage in learning.

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Teaching Guide: Stairs to peace

Author: YENDY GRANADOS ARANZALEZ – Description: This is a task-based lesson plan designed with the purpose of developing values and cooperative practice in the classroom. It can be adapted; if you do not have internet access, you could read them a story, or show them magazines and newspaper articles. Teachers may change the topic according to students’ level, context and needs, such as; values, arts or social studies.

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