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How do you describe the best day ever? How do you get pictures to capture it? I will try....but there's no way I'll do it justice. Yesterday we had a slow start to the day as we tried to figure out what we wanted to do with our time in Thailand. Marissa eventually took on the unenviable task of taking "I want to go on a boat and do cool water stuff with those rock formation things" (our closest description of what we wanted - how helpful right?!) and turning it into ...
... We would be teaching not children but the local police! Since we had first heard about it we had been amusing ourselves by thinking up the sorts of vocabulary and phrases that would be appropriate. It was disappointing therefore to learn that it had been cancelled at the last minute.
So we had a free week ahead of us. Marilyn and I had one or two things planned but thought we’d spend Monday morning making a start on preparations for the ...
... fruit a go. I had seen this fruit on sale in the market but hadn’t known exactly what it was. It turned out to be sweet tamarind and came in a long brown hard casing. You cracked the casing and inside found a worm-like string of very sweet flesh enclosing hard black stones. It was rather good and tasted a bit like date palms.
We had more rain on Thursday night. It was most unusual, I was told, for there to be rain in January or February. This time I ...
... to sneak a look at the notebook when his back is turned to see what he is writing about but it is mostly in German. His main gripe of the day was that although most of the word labels produced by previous volunteer teachers have been typed in lower case, one or two have been typed starting the words with a capital letter. He thought this would confuse the children and that we should apply consistency. He was right of course, and in a perfect ...
... This is not helped by their Thai teachers insisting on teaching them A, B, C, instead of the phonetic sounds. Ken has tried to introduce some basic phonetics to help the situation but the Thai teachers don’t approve.
We had plenty of worksheets for the third class which was with older children and on the subject of transport, but they were a little too advanced for them and with the exception of one or two bright children they all struggled. ...