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Learning Guide: Daily Routines

Author: Nadia Milena Hoyos Cortina – Description: This self-study guide helps you to learn new vocabulary related to free time activities and daily routine activities. Also you will learn the positive and interrogative structures in Present Simple tense to create sentences expressing a daily routine. All the activities are from the book English Please, pages: 48, 49, 50. It starts with a reading activity, then with a vocabulary activity where you must match pictures with some words and finally you have to create your own sentences according to your daily activities.

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Learning Guide: How do you dress for the weather?

Author: Gaby Doris Caicedo Parra
Mercedes Andrea Dejoy Armero
Zoila Rosa Melo Guerrero – Description: Dear student, this English self-study guide will help you to practice vocabulary about the weather and clothes. All activities are related to the English, Please! Fast track student’s book 9. First of all, you will review some vocabulary related to clothes and the weather. Then, you will read some descriptions about the weather in other countries, and answer some reading comprehension questions. Later, you will discover the uses of adverbs of frequency and the present simple tense, and finally you will design a flyer to illustrate the weather in your town/city and the clothes you use accordingly. I hope you have fun developing the activities!

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Learning Guide: How do you spend your free time?

Author: Yasmín del Rocío Armero Cabrera,
Johanny Katherine Quiroz Rosero,
Rocío Chalapud Velasco,
Román Rodrigo Bolaños Carlosama – Description: Welcome dear student! This English guide helps you to practice how to talk about free time activities using the simple present and the auxiliary verb do and does. You will find some activities to review vocabulary, a short reading and some comprehension questions about it. Also, you will answer some simple questions to discover the uses of the simple present and finally, you will make a short interview to a family member and report his/her answers in a short paragraph following the model given.

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Teaching Guide: Let’s travel around Colombia

Author: Carmen Teresa Morales Marulanda – Description: This plan helps teachers who want to make the students become aware of the tourist places in Colombia and their most important aspects by providing them with a variety of activities that gradually take them to practice vocabulary and the uses of the modal verb “can”.

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Teaching Guide: Music genres in Colombia

Author: Lady Tahnee Ortiz Rondon – Description: This plan guides students to recognize different music genres from different regions of Colombia. Also, this lesson provides teachers a fun and engaging way to have students practice the four skills and tenses.

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Teaching Guide: Urban Tribes

Author: María Cristina Valdés Páez – Description: This lesson plan was created for 10th graders in order to allow them to express their opinion about urban tribes and compare them with their fashion style, music, common interest, ideology and activities they do.

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Teaching Guide: Places of the city

Author: Giovanni Alfonso Mendoza Gonzalez from Barranquilla
Description: This plan helps students to recognize and talk about some places in the city by naming and describing them. Students will develop some fun activities to practice this topic. This plan is also useful if you ever find yourself clueless about how to introduce and practice this topic with your class.

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Teaching Guide: Colombian Identity

Author: Belinda Ines Angulo Noriega from Barranquilla
Description: This plan guides students to learn more about Colombia and some aspects of its culture by developing a series of activities in group that allow them to practice the simple present tense. It also provides a formative way to assess the students’ performance and the lesson.

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