The grammar units are linked to proficiency levels in all aspects of language learning: reading comprehension, literary appreciation, writing and listening-speaking. Further, a judicious mix of classic and contemporary selections, spanning a wide range of reading genres: fiction, biography, adventure and mystery, myth, folk tale and fantasy, provides learners a complete literary experience.
The lessons have also been carefully conceived to develop the communication and critical thinking abilities of learners and to give them the essential skills for their ethical and emotional development. In addition, a wide range of exercises, based on multiple intelligences and different learning styles, allow learners to explore their individual interests and abilities.
is a teacher with over twenty years of rich and diverse experience in English Language Teaching. She is now an education consultant, involved in designing curricula and conducting training and development programmes for teachers.Ashima Bath
is the Head of Faculty, English Department and Coordinator for Training and Development, Staff and Students, at The Lawrence School, Sanawar. She is a
resource person with Oxford University Press India and regularly conducts ELT training workshops. Sumita Bose
is an experienced author and has twenty years of versatile experience in the field of pre-primary education. She taught at Akshar, Kolkata, and is presently Head of the pre -primary department of Sri Sri Academy, Kolkata.