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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/
 
A little podcast about literary analysis. FREE RESOURCE! Students of GCSE, GCE and IB may find it useful :) Need an online English or TOK class? Contact me at bookworm.win (at) gmail (dot) com! I am an IB English and Theatre Arts tutor, and film/podcast producer. 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 for your entertainment: soundcloud.com/ProjectFIA
 
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 ...
 
Your invite into education’s busiest newsroom. Join Tes reporters and news editors as we discuss the big school stories of the week and what they mean for teachers. We give you the inside track on our latest exclusives and prepare you for what’s ahead. Relevant, irreverent and occasionally slightly shambolic. Essential listening for anyone interested in schools.
 
**This episode of Study Buddies is a pilot episode. There may be a few mistakes/stutters here and there but we really want to know your opinions on what we are trying to do! Let us know: https://twitter.com/StudyBuddiesPod ** "Study Buddies" was born after its founder reflected upon his own journey through the education system at GCSE and A level. The amount of text books, websites and handouts you were given are sometimes not the best way to learn and often a slight dashing of humor is all ...
 
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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The pandemic, and resulting interruption to education, has led increasing numbers of parents and young people to think about whether being at school is the best place for them. While, for many of us, this period of remote learning reinforced the need for our children to be in class, others saw it as an opportunity to address the individual educatio…
 
HERE COME THE GIRLS - AND P.S. THEY ARE KICKING BUTTS AND TAKING NAMES. Yeaaas in this episode we discuss two more lovely ladies who shaped the classical music we know and love today, all while takin' care of business and/or wearing tweed power suits. Enjoy! Little bits and pieces you might want to know about... Here's where you can hear all the mu…
 
Thomas was interested in how the brain makes its own beat, and put together this little two minute sound test. You’ll need headphones to appreciate it properly, but it is interesting to listen to on speakers as well. Join in! Please share ideas or successes – or indeed questions – on our Facebook Page: https://fb.me/physicstp . You can also message…
 
In previous years a student’s idea of success – and many parents – is the grade they get. Essentially boiling down to how they do in their exams. And there is absolutely no denying that getting good grades is, for many, the key that unlocks the next door. But if this global pandemic has taught us one thing, it is that life can take unexpected twist…
 
The marvellous David Cotton (@Newmanphysics) joins us to enthuse about teaching sound. We sailed down the river of KS3 Sound, but couldn’t help exploring up the sides of the valley to see what we could extract from David’s vast experience of teaching. Thank you so much wonderful physics teaching community for all the tips tricks and techniques that…
 
When we look back at the last year of various lockdowns, it’s easy to see why the usual amount of course content hasn’t been taught. And, with the best will in the world - and heroic teacher efforts across the board - there’s no way that remote learning could be a substitute for being in a classroom. Of course, it follows then that some learning ha…
 
We first met tonight’s podcast guest in a different world. A time of handshakes, going to places like offices and restaurants (places to work and eat in case you’ve forgotten). Back then, he was just setting out on his journey investigating how AI can help with student assessment. We were excited, and so we are delighted to be joined by Mark Robins…
 
Steve Williams (Head of Maths, King Henry VIII Comprehensive) introduces the Abergavenny Cluster Mathematics Project. Practitioners include Kerrie Martin (Our Lady St. Michael Primary), Vicky Price (Gilwern Primary), Rhiannon Taylor, Nia Chivers and Steven Williams (KHS).
 
Listen to how Anna Kershaw, Teacher and International Languages (IL) lead, and Damian Briggs, Teacher and IL provider from Bryn Bach primary, Tredegar, one of our lead International Languages primary schools, are developing International Languages through a whole school approach, engaging in professional learning development and are connecting and …
 
Time flies when you’re having fun. But apparently, it also goes fairly quickly when gripped in a global pandemic, enduring various tiered lockdowns, and a feeling that we’re not so much working from home as living at work. And let’s no get started on remote learning…. It’s hard to believe that it’s been a whole year since we started this humble pod…
 
We are delighted to be joined by the inspirational David Cotton to talk about supporting trainees who have missed out so much during the pandemic. Those who know David will know what a tireless champion of physics teaching he is. A genuine enthusiast, David is one of the ‘must follow’ list for physics teachers. We have focused a lot on the effect o…
 
In many subjects, it all hinges on the final exam. It’s seen by many as the culmination of 2 or 3 years worth of study. It’s a source of great anxiety in the run-up and often huge relief when they’re finished. However, just like last year, the class of 2021 will not be sitting these terminal exams. Which leaves a rather significant question: just h…
 
In this podcast sponsored by Thrive, we discuss what happens when the fight-flight-freeze response is overactive within a classroom setting, and what teachers can do to feel more prepared in this situation and the practical strategies they can employ to encourage children to stay in the classroom so that they can regulate their emotions and, eventu…
 
Thomas and Robin are joined by podcast stalwart and all-round hero of physics teaching, Patrick Kaplo from Wyndham, New Hampshire to follow up on a question he asked way back at the beginning of the Covid crisis, almost 1 year ago now, namely “How will this change our practice?” We discuss some ways in which we’ll never “go back” to pre-pandemic te…
 
BE HONEST: WHO AMONG US DOESN'T ENJOY A GOOD WHINGE? Yeeeeas in this episode of That Classical Podcast we fulfil a listener-request, and openly complain about our LEAST favourite pieces. Warning: may contain sauciness! Little bits and pieces you might want to know about... Here's where you can hear all the music from all the episodes: https://open.…
 
There's a universal truth that teens lock themselves away in their darkened bedrooms, headphones on, and within an arm’s distance of a screen – whether that’s a phone, laptop or a video game. This isn’t a new phenomenon. But even with a pre-disposition to languish in their caves, lockdown has curbed what little outside interactions our young people…
 
We are delighted to be joined once more by Friend of the Podcast and Physics Teacher Support Polymath Carole Kenrick (@HelpfulScience) to talk about writing in Physics. Carole has put a lot of thought in to writing and breaks down in to three different reasons for writing: writing for learning, writing for remembering and writing for communication …
 
Growing up in the 80s, there was a real drive to teach children foreign languages at school – something you can still see today with introductory lessons often taking place in primary schools. And although there are fewer students taking GCSEs in modern foreign languages than a decade ago, French, Spanish or German are still popular options for stu…
 
We are so privileged this week to be joined by Christina Astin (@ChristinaAstin). She wears so many hats she would keep a division of milliners employed, but she kindly talks us through some of her most recent and most important work. She makes a passionate case for school partnerships, not just in physics but across all aspects of school life, but…
 
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