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Sep 20, 2022, 4:43:56 AMSep 20
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English and Media Centre are starting, like us, to mine their archive and their latest newsletter, forwarded here, contains a link to their 1980s book on Race and the English curriculum which is still very relevant and resonant. If you sign up to their newsletters they promise more will be available over this term. 
Stuart
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From: Andrew <ad...@englishandmedia.co.uk>
Date: Tue, Sep 20, 2022 at 7:45 AM
Subject: New to EMC Publications + EMC Free
To: <stuart...@collaborativelearning.org>


Fabulous new publication, plus a historical addition to EMC Free
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Transform your English curriculum!
Dear Colleague,

EMC's Barbara Bleiman has long been an advocate of creative-critical approaches to literary texts - re-creative and transformative writing that sheds light on the original. With the brand new An Inspector Called and Other Stories, she's provided the perfect model for how it can be done. Her 15 short stories offer transformations of widely taught novels, poems and plays that make us see the source texts afresh. They're also brilliant short stories in their own right, perfect, we would say, for classroom study and wider reading at KS3 and beyond.

You can find a sample PDF that contains substantial extracts from three of the stories at the link below.
An Inspector Called and Other Stories
EMC Free - from the archives
In the 1980s EMC published a series of discussion booklets for English and Media teachers. They provide remarkable insight for subject specialists into the vibrancy and insight that has formed such a crucial part of the subject for many years now.

We're planning to make these documents free to download on our website over the coming months, as part of our EMC Free offer. We've started with 'The English Curriculum: Race' because we feel that much of what it contains offers a valuable way into thinking about current issues.

There's lots of free material available on our website now, so please make sure to pass this information on to new colleagues and trainee teachers.
The English Curriculum: Race - discussion material from the 1980s
EMC Free - links to all free publications
2-for-1 short courses
This term's online short courses - and those running from this point on - are all part of a 2-for-1 deal - so you can share resources, ideas and thinking with a colleague.

Approaches to Poems of the Decade for Edexcel A Level AFTERNOON
Refresh Your Approach: Teaching the Power + Conflict Cluster for AQA GCSE TWILIGHT
Keep Up With The Kite Runner TWILIGHT
Cultivating an Inclusive Reading Culture + Community AFTERNOON
The Media Theory Booster Shot TWILIGHT
Refresh Your Approach to Teaching An Inspector Calls AFTERNOON
Refresh Your Approach to Teaching A Christmas Carol AFTERNOON
Bringing Challenging Texts to Life at KS3 + KS4 TWILIGHT
Measure for Measure and the Clarification of Comedy TWILIGHT
EMC Poetry Playlist - Teaching Contemporary Poetry at KS3 TWILIGHT
Full course programme for Autumn 2022
With best wishes,

Andrew McCallum, Director
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