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Are you tired of boring, slow-speaking English lessons that don't teach you the way that natives really speak? Do you wanna learn how English is spoken in the real world? In this podcast, Ethan, Andrea, and Justin—your American and British Fluency Coaches will take you beyond the classroom and help you live, learn, and SPEAK English in the real world through fun, natural, conversational lessons that will rapidly teach you: - To understand fast-speaking natives - The vocabulary, phrasal verbs ...
 
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English Across The Pond

Dan & Jennifer - English teachers & podcasters

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Hello from the USA & the UK! English Across The Pond is a podcast for English learners who want to take their language skills to the next level. Hosted by Dan from England and Jennifer from America, join us every week for a mix of chat, fun and language improvement. Become a member, get a transcript and join us every week for live lessons.
 
Welcome to the Let’s Talk TEFL podcast with Jackie Bolen and Jennifer Smith. We’re going to discuss everything ESL/EFL teaching, including experiences teaching abroad, activity and game ideas, teaching tips, interviews with old friends, and more. Come join us in the Let’s Talk TEFL teacher’s lounge for some inspiration and entertainment!
 
Free English speaking and pronunciation lessons! Jen here...native speaker from America and long-time English teacher, program coordinator and former TOEFL rater. I will help you improve your English listening and speaking skills with LOADS of vocabulary and pronunciation tips. Every lesson is full of juicy English language learning advice!
 
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A podcast about what you do all day. The average person will work 90,000 hours in their lifetime. We devote the greater part of every day to a profession, and yet, often those closest to us struggle to verbalize what it is we actually do all day. (If you don't believe me, text your mom and ask her what you do.) So that's it. 90,000 hours, and we’re here to unpack about 10 of them. Every week, we’ll chat to one person to pull back the curtain on their very own 9 to 5 with rapid-fire questions ...
 
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Find out all the details you need to know about how to teach ESL listening, including a listening lesson plan template, tips & tricks, along with some of our go-to websites, games and activities. Level up your TEFL listening classes in style! Find Out More: ESL Listening Games and Activities Jackie on YouTube Jackie on TikTok Teach Travel Learn (on…
 
*A January Past Favourite Episode* This week your English teacher hosts Jennifer from the US and Dan from England are chatting all about public transport; buses, trains, trams and the metro / subway / underground. What’s the public transport system like in your country? Do you ever use it? Chances are that when you’re in an English speaking country…
 
In today's episode, we have a treat for you with not one, but two special guests. I'll be joined by two members of the RealLife English team to share with us some of the most common mistakes that Spanish and Portuguese learners make. Some of these common mistakes might even be common in other languages, so whether your native language is Spanish, P…
 
In this episode I’m talking to Alice Gibbons. Alice is the IBDP Coordinator for English at West Island School Hong Kong and also one of 3 contributors to a 2019 textbook for the IBDP Language and Literature course. We discuss: - The best book she’s ever read, taught or been taught - Alice’s experience as a teacher at home in the UK and abroad - How…
 
Have you been studying English for a long time but are still frustrated that you can’t speak it naturally and fluently? Then today’s episode is for you. We all know that speaking another language is not something you can do overnight. It requires hard work and dedication, but that doesn’t mean it needs to be something boring or painful. You can mak…
 
Hello! No, we’re not talking about animals that we hate this week :) A pet hate is something that most people don’t mind but you find really annoying; for example, people eating loudly, tapping their fingers on the table or maybe speaking loudly on their phones. Your hosts Jennifer and Dan chat about their pet hates (they have lots!) as well as thi…
 
There's no doubt that there are many New Year's traditions followed by different cultures, but were you aware that there are also some interesting superstitions? Well, in today's episode, we're being helped by members of our team and community to share some very interesting New Year's superstitions from their countries. Show notes here. .......... …
 
Mark Hancock is an English Language Teacher, Teacher Trainer, and Materials Writer. He has more than 30 years of experience teaching English and presenting at conferences all around the world. Mark believes that teaching and learning a language can and should be an enjoyable experience. He's a specialist in English pronunciation and has published a…
 
*A January Past Favourite Episode* Today we’re talking about restaurants and more specifically, restaurant culture. Have you been to a restaurant in the US or the UK? Was it a very different experience from being in a restaurant in your country? Did you have any cultural problems? Listen to our natural native speaker chat as we discuss challenges w…
 
Do you want more engaging and interactive ESL speaking games and activities for children? Of course! Drop in on a conversation between Jackie and Jennifer as they share their favourite ones with you. Find Out More: Jackie on TikTok Teach Travel Learn (on YouTube) ESL Speaking Games for Kids 101 ESL Activities for Kids (on Amazon) Podcast Informatio…
 
2022 is upon us! Something that we find immensely helpful is to sit down at the end or beginning of the year and review our progress from the last 12 months, and determine where we want to go over the next year. This can be incredibly powerful to achieve things you never thought possible, so we are excited to share this conversation that will help …
 
Gabriele Oettingen is a Professor of Psychology and author originally from Germany. She has been teaching at New York University and the University of Hamburg for more than 20 years. Her research focuses on the Science of Motivation and explains why positive thinking alone is not enough to achieve our goals. Upon more than 25 years of research, she…
 
Did you know that words in English can be different depending on the country you’re visiting? Ethan and I have often spoken about these differences on the podcast, but today’s episode is extra special. Not only will you learn about vocabulary differences between American and British English, but you’ll also learn about different words in South Afri…
 
Ruri Ohama is a Turkish-Japanese Youtuber, med student, and polyglot. She has a Youtube channel completely in English, which was able to grow from 1,000 to more than 250k subscribers in only 9 months. On her channel, she shares what it's like to grow up multicultural, interesting cultural tidbits about Japan and Turkey, and also tips on learning En…
 
'Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house,Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse’ Yes, it’s Christmas Eve! If you celebrate Christmas, have you put out your xmas stocking? Have you left some food out for Rudolph and a drink for Santa? Have you been good this year?! Join us as we celebrate together one of the biggest days o…
 
It’s Christmas week and we couldn't let this season pass without sharing some of our all-time favorite Christmas movies that you can watch this holiday season! You’ll find such good classics in this list and we’ll also be sharing why they’re so great for learning English. Show notes here. .......... We’re super excited to announce that we have publ…
 
Do you struggle when it comes to teaching pronunciation and aren't sure how to go about it? Not sure which errors to correct? Want to help students with pron but aren't sure how? Skip right over those pronunciation exercses in the textbook (like Jackie)? We have the answers! Join Jackie as she talks to Catherine Steele from English Pronunciation fo…
 
Hello! If this is your first time listening to EATP then you’re in for a surprise - one of your hosts is from the UK while the other is from the US - wow! We are making the most of this English language cultural difference this week by comparing our two cultures. We look together at an article written by an American who has lived and worked in the …
 
You asked for it, and you got it! You want to continue making progress with your English, and you understand that you need to dedicate some studying time for it. However, it can be easy to fall into a repetitive routine, and to that we say… DO NOT let a boring study routine KILL your MOTIVATION! In this podcast episode, we’ll be sharing 7 different…
 
Charlie Baxter, is a creator, English teacher and podcast host from the UK. He has always been passionate about the neuroscience of learning and graduated from university with a BSc in Psychology. After studying neuro-linguistic programming in England, he started his teaching journey out in Chile more than 7 years ago. As a world traveler, he has l…
 
Gas vs Petrol? Who knew it could be an entire episode?! Tune in this week for lots of American and British English differences, learning about gas / petrol stations, and how Jennifer and Dan feel about “filling ‘er up!” Jennifer shares her favorite vocabulary from this episode so you don’t want to miss the language focus. Enjoy!…
 
We’re often asked which series are the best for learners to watch. This year’s list is especially tough because there were so many incredible shows on TV during 2021. In today’s podcast episodes we’ll go through our list of the must-watch shows that you can use to learn English in 2022. Show notes here. .......... We’re super excited to announce th…
 
Feeling the need to improve ourselves is a positive thing! You don’t want to just spend your life lazing about on the couch. Whether intentional or not, we, as humans, are always learning. If you have ever been in a competitive environment, you probably also noticed that it gave you a drive that helped you reach objectives that you thought were imp…
 
Jackie and Jennifer talk fun games to play in class! Learn how to have interesting, engaging ESL/EFL lessons for kids, teenagers or adults with these games and activities. Find out More: 27 Fun Games to Play in Class (Blog Post) 39 No-Prep/Low-Prep ESL Speaking Activities for Kids (on Amazon) Find Jennifer at: https://www.teachtravellearn.com/ Podc…
 
Hello dear listeners and welcome to another episode of English language chat and education. Can you believe it’s December already?! We’re kicking off (starting) the last month of the year by focusing on what is a very, very, very! common mistake for learners - fun and funny. Find out the difference and then hear your hosts Jennifer and Dan giving e…
 
What are some of the most common mistakes in English, and do you make them? In this episode we go through a list of common mistakes that include many areas, like vocabulary, grammar and pronunciation. Most importantly, we give you tips on how to avoid making these mistakes and in so doing improve your confidence. Show notes here. .......... We’re s…
 
Learning English is about sharing ideas, connecting with others, and improving your life! This is what so many schools get so wrong. In this podcast episode, you'll discover a new way of learning a foreign language that will make you feel empowered and in control of your learning experience. You can finally actually be successful in gaining natural…
 
Many people in the United States are celebrating a certain holiday this year, but not Jennifer! Tune in this week to learn a little bit about Thanksgiving from your American host's point of view and the alternative ways she celebrates. She gives thanks, but to life instead! Learn more about Friendsgiving and Thanksliving plus a whole lot of other E…
 
Moving to a new country can be an exciting and equally nerve-wracking experience, but there are lots of ways that you can prepare for this! That's why in today's podcast episode, we're talking all about how to adapt to living in an English-speaking country. The tips in this episode will also be useful if you’re planning to stay in another country f…
 
This week I’m talking to Kate Beatty. Kate is a former Head of Department in English and now spends her time communicating with people around the world as an MYP English Language and Literature consultant. Having recently made the move into an IB world school that teaches the MYP I was really keen to ask someone like Kate a number of burning questi…
 
You've probably been through a situation where you either needed to say a word, but you couldn't remember it, or that you had to speak in English but simply didn't know how to say something even though you know it perfectly in your own language. I totally know how you feel. When I was learning Hebrew, I found it so complicated because virtually eve…
 
Check out Jennifer and Michelle's chat about teaching in Korea, Toronto, and online. Michelle specializes in SAT prep for non-native English speakers. Find Michelle at: International Tester (her website) Teachers Pay Teachers Instagram Also, be sure to check out: Jennifer at: https://www.teachtravellearn.com/ Jackie at: YouTube Podcast info: https:…
 
A bad day is when everything seems to be going wrong, and you just want to throw your hands up in the air, screaming "I give up!" because clearly, the world is out to get you. We all have them from time to time and today your two English teacher hosts are describing theirs and (more importantly) what we can do when it seems like everyone and everyt…
 
Today we're talking all about abbreviations in English. In case you're not familiar with this term, an abbreviation is a shortened form of a word or phrase. For example, we might say FYI instead of "for your information" or ASAP instead of "As soon as possible." You'll come across abbreviations in your work, studies, and general daily life. They're…
 
"My weakness? Well, I'd say I'm a bit of a perfectionist." How many times have you heard someone saying that or have even said that yourself? It's quite common to repeat this over and over as an excuse to not take the next step towards a goal or a dream that you have. Now, you may be thinking "But Ethan, I am proud of myself for being a perfectioni…
 
This is the second in a series of podcasts where I focus on a specific area of English instruction. In this episode I’m delighted to be talking to Zoe Enser about how generative learning can be implemented in the English classroom. Zoe and her partner Mark have offered the education world a number of fantastic publications, including their most rec…
 
Ready to have some pun… oops.. fun with this week’s episode? Sit back and practice your English vocabulary and pronunciation as you understand some jokes using word play that Jennifer and Dan share. You may bust up like we did (laugh hard) or scratch your head (be confused), but don’t worry this week is most essential to have our transcript and PDF…
 
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