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The English and Media Centre´s online library contains over 2500 pages of high quality teaching material including late-stage drafts of forthcoming publications, substantial extracts from our current list and the whole text of some of our publications, now only available online.

"Hi, some fab resources available on emcextra - if you are not registered at this site it is definitely worth it, there are loads of resources." Times Educational Supplement forum.

Complete publications of the following now online
emcextra home page titles

Most recently added to the site

EMC Study Guide – Romeo and Juliet
Complete publication (2008) with fun, lively and challenging activities such as role play, a media simulation, creative writing, visual and drama approaches and close language work. Plus 30 things to do with a Shakespeare play.

see KS3 or KS4 Drama

KS3 Series - Best of Both
Playing Out - a complete unit from the EMC's latest anthology, with engaging fact and fiction texts and reading and writing activities.

see KS3 Non-ficton

Language Works – for KS3
Four complete units from the EMC’s investigative and exploratory material into the way our language works: Keeping in Touch – Emails, Texts, Blogs and Letters; Playing with Words; What’s Cool? Digging for Words; Cooking the Books – Language through Time

see KS3 Non-ficton

EMC Advanced Series – Wuthering Heights
Complete publication (2008) supporting students in thinking about the novel in the context of a wider understanding of narrative. It encourages a close focus on key aspects of form, structure and language, balanced by an awareness of the contexts of writing and reception and critical interpretations over time.

see KS5 English