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81. learning | 15 Apr 2011
» Here is a listening activity I prepared a couple of years ago. Since it is about Songkran, it is a timeless activity and I hope you enjoy it. For kids from 7 to 107 years old.
82. learning | 05 May 2013
Easy reading website
» Bookbox is a high quality website featuring animated and rather easy stories. Each story has English subtitles to make them super-easy to follow and you often have a choice of British or American English.
83. opinion | 17 May 2013
» After checking old news clippings of mine and listening to security officers on the ground, I've come to believe the government has not been very successful in tackling the separatist movement in the far South.
84. learning | 23 Apr 2011
» A listening exercise about gadgets to make your hiking experience easier
85. learning | 15 Apr 2011
» Here are the answers and texts for the listening activity "Which photo am I talking about?"
86. opinion | 12 May 2013
Newspaper section: News
» The age of talking "to" or "at" voters is passing quickly and we are now in the era of "active listening", without inserting agendas or sales pitches, but it's hard to imagine former PM Abhisit Vejjajiva making a tel...
87. learning | 15 Sep 2012
» Storycorps provides an endless supply of short (2-3 minute) stories told by ordinary American people of all ages and from all parts of the country. Best of all, you can see what is being said. Here's an example with ...
88. business | 02 Apr 2013
» Young durians are now being sold as ripe ones by reckless vendors and the practice could hurt the reputation of the fruit, one of Thailand's finest delicacies.
89. lifestyle | 22 Apr 2013
» As the CEO of the multinational executive search firm Heidrick & Struggles, Mr Kevin Kelly possesses an uncanny ability to match qualified candidates with the best careers possible. And at a time when Asia is on its rise...
90. learning | 19 Jan 2010
IN MY OPINION
» In Thailand, many students, unfortunately, believe that copying is an acceptable practice and is part of academic life. Many others don't realise that it is detrimental to effective learning.