No, the language school does not turn into a roller coaster.  I am just a really bad photographer.  Here is our free “Let’s Talk Together” group

Here they are up close

Here is our free group, Let’s Talk Together, thst meets on Fridays

THEY NEVER CANCEL

Mostly teaching the art of war, occasionally Tonom and Tonmai teach brotherly love

Titiwat and periya

Pet 2 is waiting for you

Hot chocolate is as necessary as pens and paper and the air we breathe

When Parrot tries to tidy up the nest cleaning causes spills and organizing causes avalanches to occur

In this world of inequality in which the younger and weaker sibling must fight to get respect and dignity will the parrot ever defeat the monster?  Actually, Parrot was helping me to get Monster to look into the camera

The lazy scholar

Here is our diligent and faithful student, Pet, donned in the most fashionable Christmas attire but lamenting over the fact that Toon, Yean, and Ton had failed to come in and study with him.  “What happened to them?”  he murmered.  “Did the hungry Earth open up her mouth and devour them.”  I then reassured Pet that everything was okay but he continued to cry for a whole hour

How do halloween spiders on a Christmas tree grab you?  Do you like them?  Are they pretty?  I was forced to improvise

This is Nan. A day before Fathers Day she has graced us with her appearance in the “Let’s Talk Together” meeting. A resident of Canada who lived there for five years, she is now a graduate of Mahidol University and will return to Vancouver Canada next year to further her understanding of medicine. We discovered that as good as her English is we could use Perfect Pic Stories by creating more formal summaries with higher diction. It is too bad more people did not come

Here is our diligent and faithful student, Pet, donned in the most fashionable Christmas attire but lamenting over the fact that Toon, Yean, and Ton had failed to come in and study with him.  “What happened to them?”  he murmered.  “Did the hungry Earth open up her mouth and devour them.”  I then reassured Pet that everything was okay but he continued to cry for a whole hour

We had our third “ESL Critical Reading and Informal Discussion” meetup. We discussed the importance of mathematics, particularly geometry to the Ancient Egyptians as a means of rediscovering property boundaries after annual flooding of the Nile River and the further advances of geometry by the Ancient Greek mathematician Euclid, and how geometry became a form of religion under Pythagoras. Then we discussed the ideas of afterlife, heaven, hell, and purgatory. In our sessions we try to paraphrase every line of the text, and then I get students to orally recite the paraphrased lines as closely as they can to the original. I will get more into the exact content later. For now, here is a picture of our group.

Another free group discussion meeting:  this one is the ESL  Critical Reading group in which the sentences of the brief chapters are analyzed and then summarized orally.  Here Kosin, Bot, and their studious skeleton counterpart meet on Halloween

Here is our mysterious count and his jaunty smile

Here is Count Happy again

This is the bright count’s pumpkin faced cousin, Peeriya

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