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Learning Guide: This is my house!

Author: Flor Esmila Pérez Buitrago, Edna Mireya Martinez, Gustavo Buitrago Torres – Description: With this self-study guide you will learn vocabulary related to parts of the house, furniture, and appliances. Also, you will learn how to describe places in a simple way using the expressions “there is and there are” for singular and plural nouns. Finally, you will talk about your own home in a video presenting the parts of it and what you can find there to practice all that you studied in the previous exercises.

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Learning Guide: Talk about my favorite natural place

Author: Luz Elena Rivadeneira Miranda, Oscar Roberto Hernández Pantoja – Description: This English self-study guide helps you to practise the expressions there is and there are to describe your favorite natural place, which are found in the Way to Go student’s book 6 Module 3 Unit 1 Lesson 1. All the activities are related to the topic of Natural places. It starts with a vocabulary revision activity in which you have to read the descriptions and write the corresponding word in front of them. Secondly, you read a short text about a natural place and draw the elements. Next you write true or false to some statements about a picture. After that, you choose the best answer to some comprehension questions and describe your favorite natural place using the vocabulary and the expressions you have learnt. Finally, you carry out self-assessment to verify your comprehension on this topic.

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Teaching Guide: The value of our local Context: Our school

Author: Vanessa Del Rocío Celis Villamil – Description: This lesson plan gives the students a chance to locate themselves, other people and objects in their own school. It can also be useful to compare their school with other schools in Colombia or abroad, in that way they can learn more vocabulary and reflect about different contexts. By using students’ own context, it makes the class easiest, funniest and real.

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