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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.
 
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! - more info here https://www.canaelite.com/en/tutor/Winifred 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 podcas ...
 
**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 ...
 
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 ...
 
Emma (PGCE Secondary Drama) and Tom (PGCE Secondary Music) from Cardiff Metropolitan University muse about the joys of working with student teachers, the expressive arts, and teaching in general. Expect deep discussions, wellbeing tips, celebrations of great practice, and things to steal for your own lessons! Our primary audience is student teachers and early-career teachers, but we hope there's something here for everyone who's involved in the world of education, whether you're new or exper ...
 
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.
 
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On this weeks episode of #FEmediapodcast we have a chat with Elizabeth Draper who is currently working in The English Association and is part of the JoyFE community. We discuss many of the most pressing issues affecting the #furthereducation sector today, let us know your thoughts! We discussed the following topics: Introduction about you and your …
 
In a Geography lesson like no other, DI Greg James and DCI Bella Mackie investigate how human bodies can be preserved for thousands of years, with the help of Superintendent McCulloch.Together, they will look at some of the famous cases of naturally preserved human bodies from history - including the Tollund Man, King Tut and the plaster casts of P…
 
What can castle Acre tell us about the influence of the Cluniac Order on England? Who were the Cluniacs? And how did the complicated relationships between powerful individual men in this period impact on the revival of monasticism in England? How did monasteries impact on the political, economic and social fabric of this new, Norman state? Buckle i…
 
For the final PGCE Research Bites of this block, we welcome Ben Pepler, who's here to discuss with Tom his research into how we can get more consistent results in the different components of GCSE music through an integrated approach. We hope you've found this set of Research Bites interesting, and maybe it's inspired you to carry out your own class…
 
Welcome to Listen and Learn with Your Favourite Teacher! In this Pride and Prejudice podcast Miss Meeks talks you though the minor characters in Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice. If you’ve enjoyed this series and want more resources, tailor made to help you ace your English Literature, Language, Maths and Science GCSEs, head to www.yourfavouritete…
 
With teachers not being allowed to give you much help with coursework, you might feel a little lost and alone. This week, Helen Chaplain, the lead coach in The Extraordinaries Club, and I, Lucy Parsons, are on hand to give you some coursework advice so that you can make the absolute most of the coursework […] The post Coursework help: Advice for su…
 
The Listeners "Is there anybody there?" said the Traveller, Knocking on the moonlit door The Listeners by Walter de la Mare (1912) is a classic narrative ‘ghost poem’. My adapted version stays close to the original. Language level: strong A2 and above The evocative image by Anne E.G. Nydam will also help with comprehension. Lesson Activity Ask stud…
 
It's never been more important to have a clear vision and justification for your own subject and where it fits into the curriculum, whether you're in Wales or further afield. In this episode, Emma and Tom go back to basics to model the kind of material that can help you start thinking and talking about where you stand on the big questions about you…
 
Welcome to Listen and Learn with Your Favourite Teacher! In this Pride and Prejudice podcast Miss Meeks talks you though Lady Catherine & Anne in Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice. If you’ve enjoyed this series and want more resources, tailor made to help you ace your English Literature, Language, Maths and Science GCSEs, head to www.yourfavouritet…
 
Your teen walks downstairs from their room and you ask, “How's the revision going?”. 60 seconds later, they’re so wound up that they’ve turned around and stormed straight back to their room. The house is shuddering with the vibration of slammed doors and shouted retorts (both yours and theirs). Does that sound familiar? So many […] The post How to …
 
Greg and Bella are back with a another slightly terrifying Computing lesson from Mrs Cunningham-Smith, this time looking at how much we can trust our own eyes.They'll share their own favourite photos of each other; open the history books for a glimpse at one of the earliest examples of catfishing and find out which incredibly famous photo of a US P…
 
The Great Plague of London (1665) was perhaps the most significant medical emergency in English history. A Journal of the Plague Year opens with the unnamed narrator reporting alarming news arriving from Europe. Presentation: The Great Plague of London - Outbreak Quick Quiz - how much can you remember? Worksheet: St Giles * Answers Language level: …
 
Welcome to Listen and Learn with Your Favourite Teacher! In this Pride and Prejudice podcast Miss Meeks talks you though Collins & Lucas families in Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice. If you’ve enjoyed this series and want more resources, tailor made to help you ace your English Literature, Language, Maths and Science GCSEs, head to www.yourfavouri…
 
Studying A-Level Geography is truly fascinating. However, it's a very content-heavy subject with a lot of case study material to remember, which can overwhelm some students. I interviewed David Rendle, a former Geography teacher with 25 years of experience and an A-Level examiner, to get some insight into how A-Level Geography students can set […] …
 
Greg James and Bella Mackie take a lesson in genetics from Biology teacher Ms Marwick.Greg and Bella look at the science behind DNA, find out why loving cheese is a secret super power, and discover how genetic manipulation could help humans fly, go invisible or even freeze themselves.The discussion turns to what superpowers they would like each oth…
 
We're delighted to welcome Dr. Julia Jenkins back to the podcast after far too long away! Previously a member of our PGCE secondary science team, Julia was working for Teach First Cymru last time we caught up, but is now on the staff of the Institute of Physics. Julia has plenty of hard-hitting facts and figures for us on a worrying situation for d…
 
Welcome to Listen and Learn with Your Favourite Teacher! In this Pride and Prejudice podcast Miss Meeks talks you though George Wickham in Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice. If you’ve enjoyed this series and want more resources, tailor made to help you ace your English Literature, Language, Maths and Science GCSEs, head to www.yourfavouriteteacher.…
 
On this weeks episode of #FEmediapodcast we have a chat with Lucy Hunte who is currently the National Programme Manager for Apprenticeships at Health Education England. We discuss many of the most pressing issues affecting the #furthereducation sector today, let us know your thoughts! We discussed the following topics: What do you feel some of the …
 
Has your child fallen victim to a Frankenstein exam? If so, they might need help putting themselves, and their exams mindset, back together. In this article you'll find out: What a Frankenstein exam is What's the problem with Frankenstein exams? Why students get disappointing grades in Frankenstein exams How to put your child's study and […] The po…
 
Greg James and Bella Mackie don their best spy gear for a lesson in wartime espionage from History teacher Miss Patel.Greg (Codename: Agent BaeWhizz) and Bella (00-PAL) learn how wartime recruits to the secretive Special Operations Executive (SOE) were trained up and prepared for covert activities in occupied Europe. They’ll acquire cover stories, …
 
Welcome to Listen and Learn with Your Favourite Teacher! In this Pride and Prejudice podcast Miss Meeks talks you though The Bingleys in Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice. If you’ve enjoyed this series and want more resources, tailor made to help you ace your English Literature, Language, Maths and Science GCSEs, head to www.yourfavouriteteacher.co…
 
We all know that climate change is a really important issue and there’s so much information out there about how we can live more sustainably. But how can you bring that eco-friendly lifestyle into your child’s school life and help them become a more environmentally sustainable student? I had a chat with Jen Gale, a […] The post Sustainable(ish) Stu…
 
Greg James and Bella Mackie are back with a new term of inspiring teachers, mind-blowing lessons and just a tiny bit of bickering.This week it's sociology with Mrs Sewell, as Greg and Bella ask ‘how equal is your house?’Find out why Greg not picking up his pants might be a feminist issue, why the Simpsons are so useful to sociologists, the surprisi…
 
It's time for our traditional October light episode, where we scour the weirdest corners of the Internet to find some interesting things to share. As usual, we have no idea what the other is bringing to the mic, and the result is an episode that takes in statistics, impostor syndrome, social media and wellbeing cheese (you'll have to listen to find…
 
Welcome to Listen and Learn with Your Favourite Teacher! In this Pride and Prejudice podcast Miss Meeks talks you though Mr & Mrs Bennet in Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice. If you’ve enjoyed this series and want more resources, tailor made to help you ace your English Literature, Language, Maths and Science GCSEs, head to www.yourfavouriteteacher…
 
Mae Tameidiau o Ymchwil TAR yn cyflwyno ymchwil gorau myfyrwyr ar gyrsiau Addysg Gychwynnol i Athrawon gyda Phartneriaeth Caerdydd. Yn y bennod hon mae Nia Davies yn trafod sut yr aeth ati i ddysgu mwy am hyrwyddo llafaredd mewn dosbarth cynradd, drwy ymchwil ac ymholi. Gallwch hefyd wrando ar Tameidiau o Ymchwil TAR ar ffurf glywedol drwy danysgri…
 
Gillian Hipp joins us to talk about her fascinating research on movement. By the end of this you will be jumping out of your chair! Plus, if you are up for a movement related (gentle) challenge, follow this link: https://move-into-balance.com/10daymoveintobalancechallenge/By feresearchpodcast
 
Welcome to Listen and Learn with Your Favourite Teacher! In this Pride and Prejudice podcast Miss Meeks talks you though the Bennet sisters in Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice. If you’ve enjoyed this series and want more resources, tailor made to help you ace your English Literature, Language, Maths and Science GCSEs, head to www.yourfavouriteteac…
 
Description Cerian is currently Head of Technical Education at ETF. The Education and Training Foundation (ETF) is the sector-owned, government-backed workforce development body for the Further Education and Training sector. Our mission is to support the continuing transformation of our country’s technical and vocational education system by ensurin…
 
I have to say I'm a bit nervous about writing this blog post. But, prompted by some recent very vulnerable (and brave) admissions by parent members of The Extraordinaries Club and interactions with parents of the students we work with over a number of years I feel moved to ask this: Are your good intentions […] The post Are your good intentions sto…
 
If you're enjoying the Hardcore Literature Show, there are two ways you can show your support and ensure it continues: 1. Please leave a quick review on iTunes. 2. Join in the fun over at the Hardcore Literature Book Club: patreon.com/hardcoreliterature Thank you so much. Happy listening and reading! - Benjamin…
 
Not being podcasters who like to put all the work onto our lovely guests, occasionally we front up and present some goodies of our own! And Emma's back with some more interesting things she's dug up as part of her doctoral research. Returning to the hot topic of reflection, Emma presents a new reflective model that she found, and we discuss some of…
 
Welcome to Listen and Learn with Your Favourite Teacher! In this Pride and Prejudice podcast Miss Meeks talks you though the character of Fitzwilliam Darcy in Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice. If you’ve enjoyed this series and want more resources, tailor made to help you ace your English Literature, Language, Maths and Science GCSEs, head to www.y…
 
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