Thai Cowgirls

Posted on April 11, 2013. Filed under: Fun Times, In Class, Students, Teaching Techniques | Tags: , , , , , |


Cowgirls…putting on a play.

One of the ways that I found effective for teaching (and marking!) was to break my large classes into groups, and have them put on English language plays.

We would pick topics and spend some class time planning. After their theatrical turn, each group would hand in their script to be marked as well. Some of the plays were very well thought out, and many were hilariously funny.


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There’s many of Esl work in Kingdom of thailand. Incase you want a teaching job, the easiest way to go about it is by heading to bangkok At that place you will definitely find plenty of specialists ecc, Siam-Computer, english first and so on. These people are permanently attempting to enlist tutors. Income is around 30,000 to 40,000 baht per month, which is all that is needed to live on in the region.

Yes, thank you. You are right – it is fairly easy to get a job teaching in Thailand. Of course it is important to check and double check the legitimacy of agencies and schools trying to hire. I personally have usually made much less than your salary estimation, but have not worked in Bangkok.

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