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Are you a parent who wants to help your child through their English Literature studies but can't remember Shakespeare from Dickens or Orwell from Atwood? If so, this is the podcast for you! Join Mr Bolton and his lifelong friend Chris as they provide humorous one-stop, accessible guides on regularly-examined texts that students face as part of their studies. Through a mixture of expert knowledge, advice, revision tips and special guests, the pair offer all the information you need to help yo ...
 
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Mr Bolton and Chris get out their detective magnifying lenses, pipes and deerstalker caps to enter the world of Sherlock Holmes for a second time. This episode includes a concise - yet informative - look of The Sign of the Four including a discussion of its plot, characters and a new and very important revision tip! As ever, it's never becomes too …
 
Victorian literature expert and senior lecturer Dr Christopher Pittard gives top tips and advice for parents and students on the works of Arthur Conan Doyle. The University of Portsmouth academic gives his lowdown on how to approach studying the great detective Sherlock Holmes as well as his own views on the most truthful TV and film adaptations in…
 
Mr Bolton is joined by Lyn Lockwood, deputy chair of the Philip Larkin Society, to offer tips and advice on how to students can tackle tricky poetry questions in exams and assignments. This is done through the prism of work by the so-called 'Hermit of Hull' Philip Larkin - the much-loved poet whose influence can still be felt across popular culture…
 
Are you a parent who wants to help your child through their English Literature studies but can't remember Shakespeare from Dickens or Orwell from Atwood? If so, this is the podcast for you! Join Mr Bolton and his lifelong friend Chris as they provide humorous one-stop, accessible guides on regularly-examined texts that students face as part of thei…
 
This week, Mr Bolton offers a tightly-packed one-stop tour of George Orwell classic Animal Farm. Your favourite podcast teacher focuses on all the key themes of the exam favourite speeding through Marxist theory, Lenin and Stalin... and Madonna. So, 'fill your buckets up with Mr B's knowledge' with top tips and advice via random musical references …
 
Hi! Today I talk about a simple lesson plan to use during the Halloween teaching season. I talk about songs, books, flashcards, and more. Check out this blog post for links to the songs and materials I talk about in this episode: https://dreamenglish.com/blog/halloween-lesson-plan-for-preschool-english-learners-2020/ Be sure to check out Dream Engl…
 
Top examiner and education consultant Helen Harry, of Think Tuition, shares her best tips and guidance for parents and students as they go through revision and exams. Helen uncovers a lot of the mystery of the process and shares no-nonsense, easy-to-understand approaches for parents to help their children. A must listen for anyone due to take exams…
 
Inspirational former headteacher James Shone shares his remarkable story of how he has overcome a life-changing brain tumour and blindness to set up charity I Can and I Am, aimed at encouraging confidence within individuals. The motivational speaker, who has delivered his own TED talk, shared top tips and advice with Mr Bolton and Chris to help stu…
 
Mr Bolton's fresh and unique study of Shakespeare's great tragedy Macbeth this time focuses on themes such as appearance v reality, kingship and masculinity. This broadcast remains the only English podcast around which mixes Xena: Warrior Princess, the Reface app and S Club 7 with a deep study of Bard! Tune in and please keep sending in your sugges…
 
Mr Bolton guides students and parents through Shakespeare - starting with Macbeth (the so-called Scottish play!). Talking through a range of themes, Mr Bolton makes the play simple with tips and tricks along the way. He is joined by lifelong friend Chris Visser as the pair navigate James I and the Gunpowder Plot mixed in with the three witches, con…
 
I talk about my Top 5 Tips for Creating Materials for Children's English Class (ESL, EFL). I have been creating songs, videos, and worksheets for Dream English for years, and I share my advice on how to get started, or improve upon what you are already doing. I also talk about the new Dream English Kids Patreon page. You can now support Dream Engli…
 
In this episode I talk about the new Sing, Draw, and Write #3: Vehicles video. I talk about how to teach the song by pre-teaching the vocabulary, and ideas to get your students drawing and writing in English! This podcast is brought to you by the Dream English Kids YouTube Channel.Dream English, LLC による
 
In this episode I talk about my top ten ideas for teaching Food in the young English learner's classroom (ESL, EFL). I talk about introducing food vocabulary, songs, crafts, and more! I hope you find these tips useful. Check out this page for some Free song downloads to get you started singing about food in your classes: http://www.dreamenglish.com…
 
In this episode I talk about my Top Five ideas for teaching numbers and counting in children's English class. We cover using flashcards, songs, games and more ideas. Visit the original blog post here to find the links to the Numbers Songs downloads I talk about in the podcast: http://dreamenglish.com/blog/top-5-ideas-for-teaching-numbers-in-childre…
 
In today's podcast I talk about a simple lesson plan for your Christmas classes. I use games, songs, actions, books, and more to teach a Christmas lesson. Check out the Dream English Teaching Tips Blog for links to the downloads I mentioned in this podcast: http://dreamenglish.com/blog/christmas-lesson-plan-for-young-learners-english-class/ Here is…
 
The Halloween Are You Scared? song is a fun way to teach Halloween vocabulary, and the question “Are you scared?” to your young English learners (ESL, EFL). In this podcast I talk about how to teach the song, why I wrote the song, and a game to play to practice the songs vocabulary. Watch the video and download the song for free at www.dreamenglish…
 
For many teachers of English to children (ESL, EFL), the summer is a break from teaching. Of course many teachers teach all year long, but for those of us who do have a break starting again can be a jolt to the system. A fun jolt, like a strong espresso in the morning, but it still takes some adjusting. Here are my top tips for getting things going…
 
What Matt, Jordan and Ian learned involves BWW and Bobsleds, modified cars over long distances, and a burnt Ferrari. We talk about an 18 year old YouTuber that killed himself and someone else in a McLaren 620 S while driving up a road in the wrong direction. The auction game involves a BMW 2002 and a 1990 Miata, and we get the results from last wee…
 
This week Matt and Ian talk about vanity plates, the Chevy Equinox, the origins of Europe's Mustang, the Ford Capri, and take a stab at guessing how much a fresh S2000 and not so fresh Range Rover will sell on Bring a Trailer. Range Rover: https://bringatrailer.com/listing/1995-land-rover-range-rover-classic-32/ S2000: https://bringatrailer.com/lis…
 
A late night conversation with Matt and Ian brings up the best of American cars, the Toyota 86, Chevy's new Blazer, BMW's 8 Series. If you want to play along with our segment guessing auction prices on Bringatrailer.com we're trying to predivt the final seeling price of this Mercedes Benz 300TD https://bringatrailer.com/listing/1985-mercedes-benz-3…
 
This week we talk Top Gear without Matt LeBlanc, working on project cars versus your own maintenance, the Jaguar iPace and a couple of car movies. We also introduce a segment in the form a of a game where we try and predict the final selling price of car being auctioned on Bringatrailer.com. If you want to play along: 1989 Ferrari 348 TS 1991 BMW M…
 
This week Ian and Matt are joined by Jorden Faulkner to discuss car photography and the Autoconduct car meets. Matt also has an experience to share driving an Electric Vehicle for a week, specifically the Chevy Volt. They also go off topic and discuss how C4 and C5 Corvettes are the next big thing.Ian Wright による
 
This week Ian is joined by Jake Stumph because Matt is in LA being a Comic book nerd. Jake is a content editor for some very popular automotive websites and relentless car driver, drifter, breaker, and fixer. We run through his current garage that contains two BMW's, a 240sx, and a Civic Si. We also cover some fun cars including the so-far mythical…
 
Hi, Friends! I'm super excited to bring you this podcast about one of my favorite songs for young learners: Let's Count 1 to 10! I wrote this song as a simple way to teach numbers, and some fun actions at the same time. Young learners love to sing and dance to this song. If you use it once in your classes, the students will ask for it again! Downlo…
 
The What's Your Name? Song is a very useful song that students love to sing. It is simple, and catchy. In this podcast I teach how to sing the song in your class of young English learners (ESL, EFL). Download a Free MP3 of the song and watch the song video at: http://www.dreamenglish.com/whatsyourname Alsocheck out the free printable What's Your Na…
 
I had a lot of fun making the Wild Animals Finger Family Song Part 2. We sing about kangaroos, monkeys, zebras, giraffes, and bears! In this podcast I talk about using videos in your ESL or EFL classrrom, and how to teach this song. I also talk about getting the most out of the Dream English Kids videos in the classroom, and why the video thumbnail…
 
My students love the new "Do You Have A Pet? Song" It is fun to sing and do the actions! Today I talk about how to teach this song in your classes, and some games to go along. Visit www.dreamenglish.com/podcast for a link to Download a Free MP3 of the song below the podcast player. Thanks for listening! -Matt…
 
This week Matt talks about his RX-7 that Ian didn't realise he owned. Then we talk about some Facebook topics listeners contributed to and Mark Zuckerburg probably sold to the Russians. The topics include the cars we would like to see automakers buy up to recondition and sell again and habits of other drivers that drive us nuts. Matt also gives his…
 
I’ve been getting many emails asking my advice about how to start new classes with young learners of English. My advice: Keep it simple! Download the numbers song for FREE at dreamenglish.com/numbers Thanks for listening!Dream English, LLC による
 
This week Matt picked up Ian in the Prius Prime he’s reviewing. They tried out a couple of microphones to see how recording a podcast in the move would sound. The bottom line is it came out OK for the most part, but now we want a mixer so we can make it better in the future. While out and about they discuss the Prius and don’t actually hate it. The…
 
I Love teaching English with SONGS! Today I will talk about the Jobs Song for Teaching English to young learners. We will cover the vocabulary in the song, the phrases, how to teach and a fun game to play after singing the song. Download a free mp3 of this song to use in your classes at www.dreamenglish.com/jobs1 Happy Teaching!…
 
Ian is in a good mood and joined by Matt Eugenio. They talk about their year getting involved in the industry and what they want to do in 2018. Also, Matt hides the lead and has been driving a new Toyota Landcruiser. Ian has a lot to say about producing content for the internet and how media looks like it's going to play out in the long-term. A lot…
 
This week Ian is joined by Jake Belder, a Canadian car enthusiast living in the UK by way of the U.S. They talk about older BMWs, and take questions about BMWs from listeners. Jake follows the idea of Bangernomics - running cars that have run out must of the depreciation on low budget. If you're thinking abut buying a late 90's or early 2000's BMW …
 
This week one of my favorite bloggers, Motorhead Mama, joins us to talk cars and car culture. If you’ve not come across Amelia’s work you need to check out MotorHeadMama.com We jump straight into dissecting a spectacular Cadillac I caught a picture of and had to share with the queen of car snapping. The conversation is far reaching and starts off d…
 
Ian and Matt are joined by Manuel Carrillo III to talk about Manuels Porsche 911s project dubbed Project Stork. First though, this was recorded as the Tesla news hit about the announcement of the Tesla Roadster and truck so an differance of opinion immedietely breaks out. Project Stork: https://rennlist.com/projectstork/…
 
Matt accidentally went to SEMA and saw General Mayhem, the 68 Dodge Charger with a Hellcat engine. At SEMA John Hennessey unveiled his concept of a hyper-car that he aims to break 300 mph with next week. Ian is surprisingly non-judgemental and encouraging. Ian also picked up a copy of Project Cars 2 and is thoroughly enjoying it. Matt likes Lamborg…
 
Matt Eugenio joins Ian again, and he tells us about his experience riding shotgun in a GRC car. Matt also got to drive a Lotus Elise, because he’s a lucky sod. They then talk about the current state of automotive TV shows and Ian rants about California lawmakers. Support us with Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/bothhanddrive Some classic British Ra…
 
In today’s podcast I talk about a fun and simple Halloween lesson plan for young learners. Using songs, books, and games, let’s have a fun Halloween lesson! Here is the lesson plan: 1. Warm Up 2. Halloween Counting (Count Halloween characters) 3. Halloween Numbers Song 4. Halloween Game 5. Halloween Worksheet 6. Book Time - My Favorite Pumpkin Book…
 
This episode is about Lexus cars. Specifically the Lexus LC 500 and it’s hybrid version. Matt Eugenio spent a week with the full blooded LC500 and Christian Moe lived with the hybrid version for a week. So I got them together to discuss and contrast the two versions of the Lexus flagship. Of course the conversation eventually veers off course. We t…
 
In today's episode I talk you through a simple lesson plan that I used with my preschool English language students. It was a thrity minute class, with about 20 students. We had a lot of fun. You can expand on these ideas if you have a longer class. Here is the lesson plan in brief: 1. Warm Ups- clap your hands, etc. 2. Weather Song 3. Count from 1 …
 
I'm really happy to have Greg from Fun Kids English (www.funkidsenglish.com) as my first guest on the podcast. Greg makes great kids songs, phonics readers and more with his team. I asked Greg six questions about his teaching method, favorite songs for the classroom, his basic lesson plan and more.Have a listen, and I'm sure you will find some usef…
 
Following on from last week, we take some listener questions about Audi’s latest blend of alphanumeric soup, cars that could have been amazing but fell short, mechanical skills and what car brand is most likely to get you general hate mail and specific death threats. Car Mechanic Simulator: http://store.steampowered.com/app/645630/Car_Mechanic_Simu…
 
This week Ian is joined by the prolific and opinionated Christian Moe. We start off talking about companies that make quality products that are designed to last. We run through Chris’s car history before exploring his favorite cars to drive. He tells us the story of his Dieselgate Volkswagen and ultimately why he’s not buying another one. Then we d…
 
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