Monday, December 12, 2005

It's in the air!












Everybody is waiting for something new and better, aren't they?

This month is considered the most special one in the year.

I had taken these two pretty pictures from City Center in Honolulu in October 2005.

What holiday season is coming around the corner in December?

When is it exactly?

Are you happy to cerebrate this occasion? How are you doing it?

Saturday, December 10, 2005

Pictures from Middle USA











These pictures were sent to me by a nice pal online who has realised that I am using pictures to teach you, my students, to learn more both English and world knowledge. Thanks to "Flyfisher"

What can you see in the pictures?

Do you think which state is in the middle of the USA?

Mr Handyman


TPW students are quite lucky to have a foreigner teacher teaching English to some classes so far.
He is a good-looking and helpful gentleman.

Do you know what his name is?

Which country is he from?

Do you like studying English with him?

Monday, December 05, 2005

A classroom!











There are about 40 students in a classroom in TPW school. It's not easy for any teachers to train them to be fluent in English. Sometimes, they work in groups or in pairs.

Do you like working with friends or not?

Do you enjoy studying English in big classes?

Do you speak English with your friends when working with them?



Another Location












These pictures are sent to me from a British pal online as well. They were snapped in winter last year.
Thanks to Billy who's very kind and friendly to me.

How many countries are there in Britain?
What continent is it located?
What are the countries?

Have you ever seen it?


I've just received this picture from a pal of mine this morning(December 5th, 2005). I've known him from chatting online and presently he lives in Alaska. He took the picture just yesterday morning (Dec.4th, 2005).

Do you know where Alaska is located?

What can you see in the picture?

What is the weather like there?

What season is it?

Father's Day


The Principal is presenting a speech to all of us- teachers and students, after the formal ceremony of Father's Day on Friday 2nd December, 2005.

What is the name of our Principal?

When is Father's Day exactly?

Do you go to school on Father's Day?

How important is it ?

Thursday, December 01, 2005

TPW Staff












How many teachers are there in TPW school?
How many students in your school and your class?
What is your favorite subject?

Who is your class teacher?

SHS












What does SHS stand for?

Where is it located ?

What language do they speak at SHS?

Friday, November 25, 2005

In a restaurant




Hello everyone,

In a restaurant, what do you want to order?

What food do you like to eat?

Do you loke Thai food or American food?

Enjoy your meal!

Wednesday, November 23, 2005

US Bikers










Hello everybody,

Can you tell me the name of the US biker whom you have read his letter in my class?

Where is he located?

When did he visit our school?

Is he re-visiting this year?

Have a great day all!

Tuesday, November 22, 2005

Hawaiian Plumeria


This is one of the most beautiful flowers in Hawaii.

There are many colors of them such as white, yellow, pink and they produce fragrant smell as well.

What do you call it in Thai?

Do you grow it at home?

Monday, November 21, 2005

What a car!


Look at this car!
It's not a normal one like in our country, isn't it?
I spotted it in a street in Honolulu one day while going shopping and thought I would show you a new model car!
What do you think about it?

Wednesday, November 16, 2005

E-Pals


English can be learned meaningfullly and communicatively by making friends via the Internet. E-mail correspondance is considered a simple fashion to do it.

I've got a good opportunity to know some teachers at Scarsdale High School in New York, and they offer me to connect Thap Put Wittaya school students with SHS students.

Therefore, if you're interested in making American friends, please let me know. Email me as soon as possible so that I can post your address to them.


Cheers!

Monday, November 07, 2005

English for You Club


Aloha my dear kids!

Welcome to EFY Club. I'm very pleased you are interested in training language skills. It's not too difficult for you to improve them, just try and try and continue trying. I'm very happy to have you all in this Club. Hopefully, your English will be growing well by July next year.

Tell me a bit about yourself, your family and your interest. Thank you.

Best wishes, W.

Friday, November 04, 2005

Loy Kratong Festival



Hello everyone,

Please think about the coming festival and tell me a bit about these:

1.What is Loy Kratong ?
2.When does the festival take place?
3.What do people do in the Loy Kratong night?
4.What for?
5.Do you like it?Why?
6.Do you have a song about it?What is it saying?

I hope to hear from you all soon.Thank you.
Love always,
W.

Welcome Back to School




Hello my dear students,

How have you been?
Did you have a good time during the school break last month?
I hope you are ready to get back to the second term of this year.
What did you do on your holiday?
I look forward to hearing from you all.

Love, KruWeena.