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Real English, 2024 Edition Book-1
ISBN : 9789395654982
Publish : 2024
Pages : 152
Price : 435.00

Real English, 2024 Edition Book-1

Revised And Updated
Author Late Brinder Aulakh
Class 1


Real English is designed for contextual, skill-based, and activity-oriented language learning. Following the National Education Policy recommendations, this series focuses on learning outcomes and is equipped with exercises that make learning experiential and competency-based. With a comprehensive language-learning package, Real English trains learners to use English confidently for academic purposes and social interaction. The unique pedagogic approach of the series helps learners achieve both functional knowledge of English and a deep understanding of its linguistic structures. The carefully graded exercises present varying levels of challenge aimed at different learning styles and abilities.


ENGAGING TEXT: A rich and representative selection of classic and contemporary literature including stories, folk tales, biographies, episodes from history, real stories, factual writing, plays, poems, and rhymes.


  • Reading and comprehension
  • Pronunciation
  • Literary appreciation
  • Creativity
  • Thematic and general vocabulary
  • Listening
  • Functional and creative writing
  • Collaboration
  • Grammar and usage  Speaking
  • Critical thinking
  • Exploratory learning

ENGLISH FOR LIFE: Interdisciplinary and co-curricular themes and exercises imparting holistic learning, values and life skills

AGILE LEARNING: The unique NEP-focused Agile Learning approach used to teach grammar and vocabulary marks a refreshing departure from the conventional practice and assessment methods in textbooks. Core concepts and learning outcomes have been built into individual and group activities that require learners to interact, explore, visualize, collaborate, and share. Specially developed teacher resources for the Agile exercises are available on


Contexts: Historical, social, cultural and literary background of each text

Reflect: Non-linear and critical thinking; encouraging diverse interpretations of the texts

Understand: Multi-dimensional assessment of comprehension

Think: Analysis-based questions to test and enhance Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS)

Language in Use: Hands-on approach to vocabulary and grammar; application-based and experiential learning

Interact: Function-focused communication skills practice

Express: Contextual, extrapolative, functional and creative writing

Learn by Doing: Research-based individual and group tasks for all-round development of language skills


  • Coursebook
  •  Teacher’s guide
  •  Interactive modules
  •  Test generator
  •  Workbook
  •  Animated lessons
  •  Audio for listening practice
  •  Supplementary reader
  •  Enhanced e-book
  •  Printable worksheets
  •  Mobile app


The late Brinder Aulakh was a teacher trainer and materials producer. She developed materials for teaching phonetics, grammar and methodology for primary, secondary and tertiary levels. Her publications include Teaching Nursery Rhymes and A Remedial Grammar for Primary School Teachers and numerous articles on ELT. She was a director of the Regional Institute of English, Chandigarh. Her qualifications included M.A. English (Delhi), M.A. Linguistics (Delhi), M.A. Applied Linguistics (Reading, UK), M.Phil. Semiotics (Paris), B.Ed. (Punjab), PGCTE (CIEFL, Hyderabad), PGDTE (CIEFL, Hyderabad), Cert. English Language (Rajasthan & British Council), Cert. Linguistics, Statistics and ELT (UGC & Mysore).

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