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Lesson Plan: Amazing Animals

Author: Najat Saad Al-Kuwari – Description: A lesson plan about animals. 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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Lesson Plan: A Tale of Two Animals

Author: Veronica L. Diptoadi – Description: A lesson plan about animals with a skit. 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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Teaching Guide: Discussing moral

Author: Gloria Cecilia Galvis – Description: This activity plan gives teachers a chance to discuss moral and values in our society with their students and introduce or practice narration in past tense. You can extend to further discussion or even a debate after this activity

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Teaching Guide: Environment

Author: Lilian Yiced Arango Muñoz – Description: This lesson plan, though intended for 9th graders, can be implemented from 8th to 11th grade since what is challenging for students is not the topic, but the reading strategies they must develop. First of all, according to standardized tests (SABER) inferential reading it is one of the toughest strategies and, in this lesson plan, the teacher does not give the answers but tools for them to improve. Second of all, it provides different ways to assess the learner’s competence. Moreover, it is designed to lower the affective filter and use ICT resources to trigger self-learning and, eventually, transform the students into critical thinkers.

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