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My class in Thailand

My class has 14 students .which is 6 girls and 8 boys. They are in Year 6 and are aged between 11 and 12.  Lucky for me! students in Thailand is how well disciplined they are and how much they respect their teachers. Fortunately I don't have much trouble with my class. This is despite a much duty  problem.

my class in thailand

My students help a lot in the running of the classroom. The students take turns to be on duty for the day. The jobs they have to do include: sweeping and mopping the floor and cleaning the blackboard in the classroom, collecting the milk, carrying the drinking water up to the classroom, washing the spoons and forks after lunch, taking the plates and waste food down to the kitchen, and prepare hot coffee for me every morning ยิ้ม

classroom in thailand


All of the students in the class are crazy on watching  cartoon .. Their favourites are imported from Japan and translated into Thai.  the most popular one is detective conan. . The boys are interested in football (soccer) and basketball. The girls talk about the latest pop star.

teacher in thailand


At 8.50 a.m. the first period starts. Each lesson is about 50 minutes long. After period 1 there is a 20 minute break. They usually drink their milk during this break,go to toilet,chatting. Lunch is at 12.00 a.m. Certainly students are not allowed to go home at lunchtime. When they have finished they The duty students then have to take the bowls and waste food down to the kitchen. The spoons and forks they have to wash themselves and bring them back up to the classroom. The final school bell is rung at 4 p.m.

teacher in thailand

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