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1. learning | 30 Nov 2010
» In discussing the personal relationship between a teacher and students, insight into classroom dynamics can offer clues to how teachers can best create a positive, and therefore beneficial, learning environment since the...
2. learning | 04 Apr 2013
Easy English news
» The internet is making it incredibly easy and fun to learn English. There are hundreds of learning English websites, but it is just as easy to “do it yourself”. Here’s an example featuring the latest news from the pop mu...
3. learning | 05 Oct 2011
Learning English without a teacher
» English is important to Khun Pisit in the import-export business andhe shares his learning methods with us. They include traditional methods and heavy use of online resources, including websites and Facebook.
4. learning | 05 Jul 2014
World Cup English
» Coming soon, perhaps as early as next week: My new book "World Cup English" is designed to help Thai learners of English follow the Fifa World Cup in English. Here is an example. As you will see, it has both English and ...
5. learning | 18 Aug 2012
Understanding real English
» Sir Alex Ferguson talks about Van Persie joining United. If you are an English language learner, you may wonder if Sir Alex Ferguson is speaking English or some other language. It’s English, but it’s English with a Scott...
6. learning | 10 Aug 2010
» Many EFL teacher manuals complain that the importance of listening in curriculum design is often neglected. If students are being taught in English, they should have some meaningful practice with listening during each cl...
7. learning | 21 Nov 2013
» Talking with a child about their learning and helping them to see that learning happens all the time and all around them in everyday life can have a huge impact, say experts at the International Primary Curriculum.
8. learning | 23 Sep 2010
From our global reporters
» Here is our first story from a Bangkok Post learning channel reporter. It comes from Chatchawan Chawengkul, a Thai living in the United States. He has many ideas for stories so you will likely be hearing from him again....
9. learning | 17 Nov 2014
Career & English Tour
» On Saturday we kicked off Post Publishing's Career & English Tour at the AUA Language Centre in Bangkok. Strong English is often an advantage in getting a good job, so there was a lot of interest in how our Learning...
10. learning | 15 Dec 2014
Easy English news
» The use of the English word "fine" in Thai conversations appears to be a bit dangerous nowadays. Understood in the Thai sense as meaning "buffalo", it can result in a slap to the face.