English Camp Volunteer, Thailand.

Date posted:2002-10-01 | Writer: RIPA-Ayutthaya | Email: [email protected]

We would like to invite English speakers who see the importance of cultural exchanges and want to do something fun for yourself and worthwhile for mankind to join us as camp volunteers for a 7- day English camp at Ao Khung Kraben, Chantaburi Province and Thai Red Cross Association Khao Lan Center, Trat Province. The campsites are located by beautiful beaches and very peaceful. College and high school students are waiting to play games, sing songs, and do other adventurous outdoor activities to improve their English with you. The program includes educational visits to Koh Chang, 2nd largest island in Thailand, Namtok Pliu National Park, famous and revered Wat Khao Sukim, Krating Waterfall at Kitchakood National Park, and other local beaches.Want to get away from the city for a while (October 14-20, 2002 ) and see the other side of the country, email < < [email protected] > for more details.Note:�Business� teachers free zone here, we need only people who are devoted, friendly, helpful, and environmentally concerned. For overseas applicants, this is your chance to gain teaching experiences which may benefit your future teaching career in Thailand. Please visit our English camp website to learn about our previous camps at Contact us (click �Current Programs�)


Below you can read feedback from an ITTT graduate regarding one section of their online TEFL certification course. Each of our online courses is broken down into concise units that focus on specific areas of English language teaching.


This unit is about teachers and learners. It states ways that makes a good teacher and a good learner. I also informs us about the roles of teacher. It explains why and how learning experience varies from children to adults. Adults have more life experiences and attention span. It briefly tells us about how different cultures have different ways of learning. Overall it states the importance of the relationship of learners and teachers.This lesson was strightforward. The only personal hurdle I have expericed/am experincing as a first year Assistant English Teacher is complete lack of autonomy as far coursework/textbook selection. Understandably, I am supposed to base my lesson on the preselected coursework material provided, which I have found to be serverly limiting. This has however forced me to be more creative, during the lessons when my supervosor is not around.