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KIDs’ English 2 Workbook
During Year 1 pupils did not learn the english alphabet and, as 
they could not write or read, there was not a separate Workbook. 
As for Year 2, pupils begin learning the english alphabet from the 
very first lesson, so they need a Workbook this time to practise not 
only writing the letters but also writing more serious tasks and do 
homework. Taking these things into account, the government has 
decided to provide every pupil of the republic with Workbooks on 
yearly bases to raise the pupils’ interest in learning the language 
and help the teachers teach english lessons effectively.
The Workbook is divided mainly into 14 units covering 56 les-
sons and 6 Progress Checks. each unit is broken down into 4 lessons. 
each lesson of the first 4 units takes up two pages due to the let-
ter writing practice. beginning from the second quarter, i.e. from 
Unit 5 to Unit 14, each lesson is designed on one page. The Progress 
Checks, which are found after Units 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14 also take up 
one page each.
The Workbook includes all the written exercises of the lessons 
and homework except revision lessons, and is designed for writing 
in. so the pupils are welcome to write, draw or do whatever the les-
sons require to do in it. The teachers can check and assess the pupils’ 
writing tasks and homework, and correct or put necessary notes for 
pupils where necessary with the purpose of helping them to correct 
their mistakes.


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Progress Checks include listening, reading, writing and speaking 
activities built on the bases of the learnt material, so they do not 
have new language items. They are intentionally placed in the Work-
book so that the teachers can check and assess the pupils’ progress 
formally.
Progress Checks give pupils an opportunity to check how well 
they have learned the material in the units. They are an effective 
way of revising and developing pupils’ sense of responsibility for 
checking themselves.
Progress Checks can be done with the Pupil’s book open during 
the lesson, or, for slower classes the Progress Check may be divided, 
with pupils doing one part in class and some more at home, or all of 
it at home.
Progress checks are based entirely on the learnt material so a 
pupil who has attended classes and completed all class activities and 
exercises as well as homework tasks should do well.

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