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Learning Guide: Bullying and conflict

Author: Milena Baquero Morales, Andrea Pinzón Garzón – Description: Hi, my dear student. Welcome to our autonomous English learning guide. In this guide you can
learn about feelings and emotions in simple present tense. These activities are in the book
Way to go 7 student book module 2 unit 1, you can reinforce vocabulary and develop writing,
reading and speaking activities expressing feelings and emotions of their own and of other
people.

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Teaching Guide: Sport and hobbies

Author: Vilma Cancimancy – Description: This activity plan gives the students an opportunity to make a presentation about likes and hobbies, and to exchange information in an easy way. This activity challenges students to speak in another language in a stress-free environment.

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Learning Guide: Free time activities

Author: Sirley Achagua Góngora Alejandro Barbosa María Fernanda León Velásquez – Description: This English self- study guide helps you to write about hobbies and interests and to understand
the main idea and details in a short text talking about free time activities. All the activities are
related to the topic free time activities, presented in Way to Go student book 7th, Module 1, Unit
1, lesson 2. It starts with some vocabulary revision activities. Then, you have to read a short
text about free time activities in present simple (adverbs of frequency) and end up writing a text
about your own activities.

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Teaching Guide: Local culture

Author: Sandra Patricia Salazar Andrade – Description: This plan has been created to teach vocabulary about food adapted to the context of the students of sixth grade and their local culture through a series of activities that allow them to practice their communicative skills in a meaningful way.

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Learning Guide: Free Time Activities

Author: Linsday Milena Torres Silva
, Angie Alexandra Rodríguez Bejarano,
Alfonso Del Castillo Obrador – Description: This English self-study guide helps you give and ask for information about free-time activities, talk about likes, hobbies and interests and future plans. All activities are related to the topic of free time activities, presented in Way to Go, 7th grade Student Book, Module 1, Unit 1; pages 10 to16. In this guideyou will find some vocabulary revision activities and a grammar activity. After, you have to read an email and choose the right answers related to it. Finally, you have to write an email where you describe your plans for your vacations after this quarantine, according to your hobbies and interests.

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Teaching Guide: Geography

Author: Mary Sol Pérez Herazo – Description: This lesson plan gives students the opportunity to know their context through geography vocabulary and reflect on the use and care of natural resources. They will also learn to express their ideas on the subject using the present simple.

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Learning Guide: One world

Author: Zaide Milena Díaz, Lorena Patricia Mendez, Julieth Rangel – Description: This English self-study guide helps you learn vocabulary about countries and nationalities, descriptive adjectives and the use of adjectives . All the activities are connected to the reading in Way to Go Student Book and workbook 6th Module 4 Unit 1 (page 46 workbook ). It starts with some vocabulary activities. Then, you have to read a text and work on some activities about it, then you will discover how to describe places and use the topic study. Finally you will design a poster about your favorite city in the world; that poster will be shared with your teacher and classmates.

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Teaching Guide: Daily routines

Author: Carlota Quinto Gómez – Description: This plan allows the students develop and improve their English knowledge, and it also give you the opportunity to know the progress of your students in the English language.

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Bowling: Entertainment for All Ages

Author: Phyllis McIntosh – Description: A reading about bowling. 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: https://americanenglish.state.gov/

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Learning Guide: My Family

Author: Carolina Triviño Giraldo, Carolina Jaramillo, Luz Miryam Montilla Montaña – Description: This English self-study guide helps you to identify family members and possessive pronouns. All the activities are related to this topic presented in Way to Go Student Book 6 Module 1 Unit 3 Lesson 1. It starts with some vocabulary revision activities. Then, you have to answer some questions about a reading related to a family description from our country and end up writing the description of your own family.

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Learning Guide: Spending time well

Author: John Jorge Ortega, Liceth Karine Oyola, Martha Milena Rodelo – Description: This English self-study guide helps you practice to describe how to spend time well in written form. All the activities are related to the topic of spending time well presented in English Please 2 Student Book Module 1 Lesson 7. It starts with some vocabulary revision activities. Then, you have to make some reading activity to comprehend some knowledge about Scouting. After that, you have to do some listening activities and answer some questions about the language used to talk about real possibilities. You will end up making a brochure to show that you can talk about real possibilities in a camping trip.

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Teaching Guide: Healthy and unhealthy food

Author: JULIO CESAR ROSERO MOREANO – Description: This plan gives the students a chance to reflect on the food they like and dislike and how this might be good or bad for their health. It also allows the students to practice collaborative work and to construct with others ideas on the importance of taking care of their health.

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Teaching Guide: Saving Energy

Author: María Isabel Gamboa Corrales – Description: This lesson will provide a non-conventional way to work with students on a relevant topic as it is saving energy; it will also reveal diverse ways of assessing students’ progress and understanding. In addition to the previous, it contains different moments which approach the diversity in the classrooms. The steps are given sequentially, so the different moments of the lesson are very clear and connected with the previous parts.

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Learning Guide: Free-time activities

Author: Leidy Yesenia Rodríguez, Heimy Elaine Lemos, Ruth Angélica Peñaloza – Description: This learning guide will help you to give personal information about free-time activities as well
as express likes and talk about hobbies and interests. With this guide it will be easier for you to
learn vocabulary that will be useful in your daily life. It starts with some vocabulary revision
exercises, in which you must write the word that corresponds to each picture, match objects
with the correct free-time activities and complete a text. Then, you have to answer some
questions about a text given. And finally you will practice your writing skill by creating a poster,
with a proposal to invite people to join a free-time activity club.
The activities in this guide are related to the topic of free time activities presented in the Way
To Go Student Book 7 module 1 unit 1 lesson 1.

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Learning Guide: Nature is life

Author: Yolanda Lozano Llanos – Description: recommendations and be aware of your obligations for the care and protection of the environment, through the topic Nature is Life presented in Way to go 7 Students book. Pages: 101 and Way to go 7 Workbook. Pages: 35-37. It starts with three language activities, which help you to improve your vocabulary. Then you have to develop three writing activities to give recommendations and responsibilities to write a final paragraph. Finally, you can choose one of the three options that you think is relevant to your performance in developing the guide.

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