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Magic ‘e’ makes the vowel say its name!
Cod       cod
e
bon       bon
e
Cok       cok
e
Dom      dom
e
hom      hom
e
Mod      mod
e
not       not
e
Rop       rop
e
Ton       ton
e
Changing vowels
                  a
                  e   
           b     i      n
                  o 
                  u
Games to promote phonemic awareness 
I see something (I spy)
i see something that starts with the sound ….
i see something that ends with the sound …
i see something that rhymes with the sound ...
Back writing
Pairs
Write a word on a partner’s back and they have to blend the let-
ters to sound out the word.
Air writing
Pairs/groups/whole class.
Write a word in the air and the class has to blend the sounds to 
make the word.
Blending (for reading new words)
Get the class work out where the stress is, e.g banana.
Get the class clap the syllables.


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Give a selection of letters and ask the class to make a word using 
the letters e.g. t a c      o g d      c k d u      n h e      g p i
Blending (for reading new words)
Target
Give 9 letters e.g. r, t, y, e, b, i, a, s, m and see how many 2, 3, 
4 + words they can make, e.g. am      yes       bear       stream
Shark attack
Think of a word and write dashes/lines for number of words.
__  __  __
Ask class to give you the sounds of the letters in the words.
Mastermind
Think of a word and write dashes/lines for number of words.
__ __ __
Ask class to give you words with this number of letters e.g. dog.
Study Skills
in kids’ english 2 the authors tried to introduce more and more 
activities to develop study skills. study skills work is varied. it in-
cludes dictionary tasks such as the use of the Wordlist, using tables
note taking, applying spelling rules, using the Grammar Reference, 
etc. study skills teach pupils how to work practically and prepare 
them to work independently. note that Grammar Reference is given 
mostly for parents and for reference but not for learning the rules.
Information gap
information gap activities practise real communication. in real 
life we do not know exactly what someone is going to ask us or how 
someone will reply. in information gap activities pupils must ex-
change information by asking and answering. only by communicat-
ing successfully can they get the information to complete the task.
it is important that pupils do not show their information to 
each other. Usually the activity is divided into two parts, printed 
in different parts of the Pupil’s book so that pupils cannot see each 
other’s information.
Pupil A asks questions about missing information, similarities 
or differences in the pictures, etc. in his/her part. Pupil b answers 
Pupil A’s question(s) according to the information in his/her part. 
Then Pupil b asks Pupil A questions.
Remember boxes 
These are sometimes seen at the bottom of the page in the Class-
book and highlight the new language material. They are convenient 
for teachers and pupils to focus clearly on the language focus of the 
lesson very quickly. While, or after, introducing the new structure 


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or language, teachers are recommended to draw pupils’ attention to 
the examples in the Remember boxes.
Timing
note that timing is given approximately for lessons except revi-
sion lessons. Teachers can change it according to their pupils’ needs 
and abilities. 
VIII Homework
What is the purpose of giving homework and is it necessary to check it? 
homework is provided for each lesson of all 14 units in the 
Workbook. The sole purpose of giving homework in the Workbook 
is to help pupils remember or bring back to their memories the lan-
guage material they learned during the lesson through doing inter-
esting writing tasks, working on the drawings, doing crosswords, 
etc. which any child would love to do with pleasure.
Therefore, it is essential for the teacher to check how pupils have 
coped with the homework and encourage them by saying that they 
have done it very well and putting marks.
it is only through doing homework to supplement the two lessons 
a week that pupils will make good progress. if teachers do not check 
the homework, pupils will stop doing it.
Pupils will make mistakes in their homework as they experiment 
with the new things they have learned. every mistake is a learning 
opportunity if the teacher helps them to find it. if he/she does not, 
they miss the opportunity to learn, and may even learn something 
wrong!
by checking their homework teachers can:
a) see the pupil’s progress;
b) work with the pupil individually;
c) stimulate their pupils to participate in displays, competitions, 
etc.
d) work with the pupils’ parents.
When to check homework?
There are many ways to check homework. here are some tips 
which may be useful for the teachers:
a) While pupils are doing classwork activities, the teacher can go 
round quickly and look at their homework. 
b) The teacher can assess homework during the Let’s Play lesson 
while pupils are doing a longer activity.
c) The teacher can take the pupils’ Workbooks home to assess. 
There are two english lessons a week in Year 2 and they are usu-


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ally taught every second or third day of the week (e.g. Monday and 
Thursday or Wednesday and Friday). so the teacher can ask the 
pupils to leave their Workbooks in the classroom to assess. The next 
day, after assessing their homework, he/she can give them their 
books back.
How to check homework?
There are several ways of checking homework. We are providing 
below some hints for inexperienced teachers. experienced teachers 
usually have their own routine for how to correct homework which 
may be better than our suggestions:
a) Traditional method. The teacher takes the children’s works 
and tries to correct every single mistake.
b) Non-traditional method. The teacher warns the pupils about 
what language points are in focus, e.g. Capitalisation. When a pupil 
makes a mistake, the teacher underlines it with a green pen. here 
pupils should work on the mistake made.
c) Self-checking method. Pupils check their own work following 
a given model (for example, the teacher asks pupils and writes the 
correct answers on the blackboard.)
d) Inter-checking method. The teacher asks pupils to swap their 
work and correct any mistakes following a model which they are 
given.

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