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ESOL listening practice materials for English language learners. Prepared by ‘one of the best writers of language learner materials in English'. All levels including IELTS, FCE, GCSE etc. Linked worksheets and other learning resources can be found here: https://esolepacks.com/
 
Welcome to your new favourite book club. If you enjoy deep dives into the greatest books ever written, you will love Hardcore Literature. Provocative poems, evocative epics, and life-changing literary analyses. We don’t just read the great books - we live them. Together we’ll suck the marrow out of Shakespeare, Homer, and Tolstoy. We’ll relish the most moving art ever committed to the page and stage from every age. Join us on the reading adventure of a lifetime.
 
A series of episodes to help develop an awareness and understanding of major issues in History and Politics across the USA, UK, Europe and global politics and ideologies; everything for the A Level History, Politics, GCSE History and just those with a curiosity and interest.
 
RevisionPod - English revision made easy.Follow us on Twitter @GRevisionpodEvery week, Mr Forster and Mr Gallie bring you a dose of high energy revision to help you achieve the best possible marks in your English GCSE's. Each episode will look at a different question from your set texts and explore how we would analyse the language and contextual factors and how you can then use this knowledge to boost your essay writing. Click on the bio of each episode to download your GCSE RevisionPod han ...
 
A little podcast about literary analysis. FREE RESOURCE! GCSE, GCE and IB students may find it useful :) I am an IB English and Theatre Arts tutor, and film/podcast producer. Need an online English or TOK class? Contact me at bookworm.win (at) gmail (dot) com! - more info here https://www.canaelite.com/en/tutor/Winifred For non-education related fun, you can check out the comedy tv series I produced on Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkDgEUIBLOU9iLXo_h2Hr2A/ And my other podcast f ...
 
A lapsed quasi-satanist, a self-proclaimed science buff (with only a GCSE grade B in Physics) and a drug-addled lunatic attempt to navigate the irradiated wastelands and dung-hills of ignorance that is the Post-Truth Apocalypse. A smorgasbord of colourful language, drunken ramblings and the occasional "fact". Fact. Hosted by Ben, Gaz and Mike. Warning #explicit content!https://www.facebook.com/cuttingthroughthebull cuttingthroughthebull@yahoo.com https://soundcloud.com/cuttingthroughthebullp ...
 
Hosted by Nathan McGurl, the Founder of the Study Buddy. Studying at home can be a trying time for students - and their parents. How do they reach their potential? Am I helping or hindering? Should I be doing more or doing less? This podcast talks to a range of experts, parents and students about studying, with practical tips on surviving and thriving in study and revision at home. Produced by Pineapple Audio Production.
 
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Talking dad uk - The podcast where we discuss all things dad. In this episode i talk to Dan Flanagan, founder of Dad La Soul and Tot Rocking Beats which are dad groups tackling the social isolation of dads and kids. Located on the UK's south coast in Worthing but with plans of introducing nationally. Dan also shares his fatherhood story and where t…
 
There’s a broad presumption that after school there’s A levels and then onto university for a degree. A lot of young people just seem to get swept along on this fast-flowing river of higher education. But with increasing options and alternatives, are we doing enough to make sure that our teens know what else is out there for them? This week Nathan,…
 
It’s not long now until the exams. It’s a time when nerves can get frayed, and tensions run high. This is the stage of revision that is most marked by the rhetorical questions like my personal favourite: Shouldn’t you be revising? Wouldn’t it be great if there were answers out there for the issues that plague us… In this week's episode, The Study B…
 
The podcast where we discuss all things dad, fatherhood, parenting and mental health awareness. A solo episode where i talk through the build up to, day of and take away from the little ones first birthday party. Which we ( my wife ) decided she wanted at home, this has become somewhat of a tradition along with a few other family traditions i have …
 
I chat to Johnny from FTHRhood Chlothing brand about his fatherhood experience, setting up a clothing brand how and why he chose to do so, branching out clothing the whole family with MTHRhood & CHLDhood. Johnny talks about his own mental health struggles and how this also contributed to his ideas for the brand - Raising mental health awareness, an…
 
Here we look at the Vietnam War in summary, covering the causes, origins, path and ultimate faikure of the US to stop the spread of Communism. Very much a highlights episode as the Veitnam War could be an enitre series in its own right, this is designed to give some context and understanding to what was happening in Vietbam and how it impacted the …
 
The podcast where we discuss all things dad, fatherhood, parenting and men's mental health. In this quick podcast announcement as you may have seen on social media i am re-focussing the podcast to ensure it stays in keeping with fatherhood, parenting and mental health awareness. Sharing my fatherhood journey, family life and chatting with other dad…
 
In this episode we look at the events and consequences of the Cuban Missile Crisis of October 1962. This builds on recent podcast episodes thet shows the building of tensions between the USA and USSR from 1959 until they reach their peak here in 1962. The Cuban Missile Crisis was possobly the closest the world came to a full scale nuclear war durin…
 
“I’ve been revising for ages” is often something that battle weary parents will have heard when asking how it’s going. As if lapsed time, spent near an open book or with a YouTube video playing a good use of time. But to be fair, it’s not just the procrastinators and the avoiders that struggle with the actual how of revising, even conscientious stu…
 
In this episode we look at the cosntruction of the Berlin Wall in 1961. We link it back to Potsdam and the changes that had occured in the 1950s as well as the short term causes that ked to the construction of the physical wall. One of the pivitol moments of the Cold Wat with huge symbokic consequences for the course of the conflict, I hope this ep…
 
Is your teen struggling with their exam technique for their GCSEs or A-Levels? Exam technique is a skill that can be learned and practised so that your child can get better marks and grades. In this article we'll talk about 3 exam technique mistakes that we commonly see GCSE and A-Level students making. They are: […] The post 3 Exam Technique Mista…
 
In this episode we tske a look at how realtions dramatically detriorated at the start if the 1960s. We look breifku at America’s history with Cuba and the Wedteen Hemisphere and how the Cuban Revolution the American response turned Cuba from the American sphere to the Soviet sohere, culminating in the catatrophic Bay of Pigs invasion. These events …
 
Keeping up with the Jones’ was always used as an expression about consumerism, upgrading the washing machine, getting a fancier car, holidaying to the Costa Del Sol – if my Essex childhood was ever in any doubt, this is proof positive! At some point it seemed that parenting fell into this way of thinking, peering over the fence to compare grades or…
 
In this episode i speak to Paul who along with his wife Emily set up the Parent guide to GCSE, helping parents and teens with revision & exam preparations. Paul begins by telling me about his fatherhood journey having now 20 year old twin boys and also a 13 year old daughter. Paul was a stay at home dad when his twins were babies before retraining …
 
GCSE English can be overwhelming. Between the Literature and Language courses and the varying skills and knowledge needed for each, there's a lot to master. There’s not much time left until summer exams start, so now's the time to get everything clear in your head. Going forward, your revision should be strategic, make the most […] The post How to …
 
The run-up to exams is an anxious time for all teens – and their parents. A certain amount of stress is not only normal, it can also be a good thing. It shows that the outcome is important. However, some young people feel that pressure to perform much more than others. Sometimes to a worrying extent. But just what can parents do if their child find…
 
If you or your child have exams this summer (2022) you may be wondering: “Is it too late for revision to make a difference for this year's GCSEs and A-Levels?” The answer is no. It's never too late to start doing the work, or to start revising. It's also never too early (we'll come to […] The post “Is it too late for revision to make a difference f…
 
There’s a widely recognised link between how well teens do in their exams – and in school generally – and the kind of interest and support they get at home over around their education. At least that’s how I justify any fleeting moments of overbearing nagging to my children – and to be honest, to myself. But not all support is created equal, so just…
 
It's a commonly known fact that teenagers like to fit in (whilst also standing out). It's also fairly common for teenagers to feel a bit lost when it comes to their revision. These two things mean that teens who are struggling to know how to revise will very likely copy a friend's study style, if […] The post Why finding your study style is like fi…
 
Talking dad uk the podcast where we discuss all things dad. Fatherhood, parenting and lifestyle chats. In part 2 where i discuss Woodstock 99 music festival days 2 & 3 with Rob from the Records & Bands podcast. Bands covered in this episode are Limp Biskit, Kid Rock, Metallica, Rage against the machine, DMX, Red hot chilli peppers, Willie Nelson et…
 
Yutong Zhou, the latest Academic Coach to join our team, knows from her own experience just how much impact a coach can have on a student's life. In this week’s podcast episode, I talked with Yutong about What brought her to academic coaching How her past experiences have shaped her perspective on coaching Her background […] The post Introducing Ac…
 
If you ask any exam facing student whether they want to fail, they will tell you they don’t. Of course. And invariably they’ll know that to not fail (but especially to do well) they have to revise a bit. But strangely this acceptance doesn’t always translate into action. So just what is it that causes the “does not compute” error that’s preventing …
 
Does your child say that they're just not motivated to get on with their revision or do their homework? This is one of the most common problems that I hear from students. They say: “I can't get motivated to study!” Or, “I've got no motivation for my revision.” But, when I probe a little more […] The post Lack of motivation might not be the REAL pro…
 
Talking dad uk crossover podcast episode with Records & Bands. Rob joins me to discuss all things Woodstock 99 - The infamous music festival. ' Talking dads, talking records & bands ' In this episode part 1 - We set the scene for the opening day of Woodstock 99 music festival, talking about the lead up to the festival - What was no.1 in the charts …
 
“I’ve got loads of time”, “It won’t take me long” or “I’ll do it later” come up time and time again as the top procrastination tactics with our teens. The fact that these things are rarely true does not mean it’s easy to convince them otherwise. So what is behind our teens' often dysfunctional relationship with time? This week our parent-guest is d…
 
GCSE German students often get overwhelmed by all the long words and seemingly confusing rules. It can feel like a daunting task to get your head around the grammar and vocabulary and be able to walk into your exams with confidence. Magdalena Ewan is a qualified German teacher and a full-time German tutor. She’s helped […] The post GCSE German: How…
 
Sarah Olsen is the latest person to join my team of Academic Coaches. Sarah has lots of expertise to share with your teen when it comes to their studies and she brings to the team her experience in helping students with goal setting, careers, mindset and more. In this interview, I talked to Sarah about […] The post Introducing Academic Coach, Sarah…
 
Are you, or your teen, telling yourselves the lie that you don't have time to learn to study? This is something I hear frequently. “I haven't got time to learn to study, I'm too busy studying!” “I'm too frazzled to help my child learn to study!” I hear you. We're all busy and, in many […] The post Stop telling yourself the lie that you don’t have t…
 
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