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Learning Guide: Unit 3: My People!

Author: Samuel David Barrera Pulido – Description: This self-study guide helps you to learn how to talk about your family. I addition, we will have the opportunity to practice present simple and verb to be. The activities are linked with the book Way to Go 6, pages 30 – 32.
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Learning Guide: Family Life

Author: Alberto Navia, Pablo Felipe Ordoñez – Description: This English self-study guide will help you learn vocabulary about family members and the use of possessive adjectives. The activities are connected to the Way to Go Student Book 6, Module 1, unit 3, page 30, 31. The guide is divided into 5 parts. The first one about family members vocabulary, the second and third one about reading and grammar; in this part, you will read a paragraph and work on some activities about it. The fourth about writing; you will draw your own family tree, establish your family relationships using possessive pronouns, and write a short paragraph about your family. Finally, in the last part you will find a self-evaluation section. Atthe end of the guide, you will be able to identify your family members in English, and to establish relationships between them using possessive pronouns.

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Learning Guide: Family Life

Author: Yeidi Ospina
Derly Yuleith Guzmán Gámez
German Eliecer Imbus – Description: This English Self-Study Guide helps you to practice vocabulary about family members. Also, you are
invited to describe in a text your family members’ physical appearance. In this way, you are going to
practice the Saxon genitive structure. All the activities are related to the family topic in Way to Go
workbook 6, Module 1 Unit 3. In the first activity, you are going to do a crossword about family members.
In the second activity, you are going to watch a picture and complete some sentences. For the last activity,
you must write a description and draw your own family tree taking into account the example given.

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Learning Guide: My Family

Author: Nury Guzman Vargas, Natalia Rincón Gaviria, Paula Andrea Acevedo – Description: This English self-study guide helps you describe your family in written form. All the activities are related to the topic of “Family Members” presented in English please 1 – Module 1, unit 2,
Lesson 4, pages 22-24. It starts with some vocabulary revision activities. Then, you have to answer some questions about the language used to describe your family (possessive adjectives) and end up writing a paragraph about a family member.

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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: My Family

Author: Erika Quintero,Dario Rojas, Flor Andrea Uribe Mora – Description: This English self-study guide helps you practise to give opinions in written form. All the
activities are related to the topic related to family members in English please Student Book 9
module 1. It starts with some vocabulary revision and activities based on family members. Then,
they have to answer some questions about the language used and write a text about their family,
using vocabulary related to family members, possessive adjectives and possessive ‘s. You can use
the text “My Lovely Family” as a reference.

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Learning Guide: My family

Author: Emerita Useche – Description: This English self- study guide helps you practice basic vocabulary in written form. All activities
are related to the topic of family members and possessive adjectives presented in English Please
Fast Track 1 unit 1 module 1 lesson 3.

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Learning Guide: My family

Author: Edith Lisbeth Fernandez – Description: This English self- study guide will help you to practice the vocabulary about member of the family
presented in Way to Go! workbook Unit 3 Lesson 1. It starts with vocabulary about this topic
(members of the family) then, the language awareness which helps you understand and use
possessive adjectives. The vocabulary about physical appearance helps you do the reading
activity and your family description which is the last activity. Finally, you have to evaluate your
progress.

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Learning Guide: Family members

Author: Héctor Jesús Lombana Córdoba – Description: Dear student, through this guide you will practice vocabulary related to members of the family and you will be provided with some activities that you will develop based on the English book English, please 1, module 1, unit 2, lesson 4. It starts with some review activities about family members. Then, you have to read 4 short texts and answer some questions about them, related to Genitive case (’s) and end up writing some simple sentences comparing family members.

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Teaching Guide: This is me and my community

Author: Diana Rocío Muñoz Hernández – Description: This lesson plan gives students the opportunity to foster cultural knowledge of the world throughout the creation of videos. Besides, it gives teachers a chance to integrate English grammar topics to the students’ real life throughout meaningful projects. All in all, this lesson plan is a simple and fun way to have the students engaged with the learning process while interacting and knowing their own community.

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Teaching Guide: My People

Author: Juver Antonio Lloreda – Description: This plan is for students to learn how to ask for and provide information related to their families. They can also sustain short conversations with others in regards to family information.

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