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    disband

    Terry Fredrickson, Published on 14/12/2010

    » (of a group) to end; to stop working together เลิก, ยุบ, สลาย

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    Inventing your dreams

    Learningpost, Purich Trivitayakhun, Published on 14/12/2010

    » Located near the bustling district of Shibuya in Tokyo, the Meiji Shrine is dedicated to Emperor Meiji and Empress Shoken. Here, six Thai primary school students, almost all of them in the Land of the Rising Sun for the first time, prayed to the divine spirits. Among the many things that they wished for was a successful presentation later that day at the Honda Aoyama office.

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    Finally, a fun, quick way to read Thai - really!

    Learningpost, Dr B James Johnson, Published on 14/12/2010

    » If a stranger told you that there is a Namibia-born South African who has been in Thailand only fi ve years and who could teach anyone to read Thai in a weekend, would you believe her? Gary Orman is that man and he promises that his "Read Thai in a Weekend" rapid language learning method can do just that. I repeat: in just two days (actually only 12 hours when you subtract the time for long lunches and multiple coffee klatches). If this sounds incredulous to you, you are not alone.

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    Word scraps

    Learningpost, Timothy Cornwall, PHD, DTM, Published on 14/12/2010

    » As teachers, I believe it is important that we also experience the joys and frustrations that come with learning a new language. With this in mind, I usually share some of my experiences with students when they seem to be frustrated or unhappy with their lack of progress or motivation to continue.

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    A season to enrol every child

    Learningpost, Daniel Calderbank, Published on 14/12/2010

    » December is a month of numerous auspicious occasions. There are days devoted to greeting friends and loved ones as well as days for celebration and spreading of good cheer. It is also a month when many of us begin to form the resolutions we want to keep in the new year. For some institutions, December is a month busy with the rush of unfinished business. For one of our key ministries, December should be the month for reminding the public that it is time to enrol a new generation of students.

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    CIE picks Shrewsbury students among best

    Learningpost, Published on 14/12/2010

    » Students from Shrewsbury International School have achieved stunning success in this year's Achievement Awards from the Cambridge International Examinations board.

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    KIS leads Thailand to Junior Achievement regionals

    Learningpost, Published on 14/12/2010

    » On Dec 1, The Herd, a Junior Achievement (JA) company from KIS International School, garnered the top prize at the first annual JA Company of the Year Competition at Sasin Graduate Institute of Business Administration. The Herd, along with the second-place team from Satit Kaset Laboratory School, will go on to represent Thailand at the Asia-Pacific Regional Company of the Year Competition, which will take place in Hong Kong from Jan 16 to 20, 2011.

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    Catch me if you can!

    Learningpost, Steve Graham, Published on 14/12/2010

    » The pilots in Wing 23 in Udon Thani are once again "beefing up" their English-language skills to cope with the international scope of their duties.

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    Montessori with a twist

    Learningpost, Dr B James Johnson, Published on 14/12/2010

    » The Montessori Academy Bangkok is a trilingual, early learning centre for children 1.5 to 6 years of age, and as the name implies, bases its curriculum on the pedagogic method developed by the renowned Italian physician and educator, Maria Montessori (1870-1952).

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    Dr Virachai on Education Reform

    Learningpost, Published on 14/12/2010

    » Editor’s note: The following is a portion of a speech by Dr Virachai Techavijit, founder and chairman of The Regent’s School. Because the purpose of the written document was to serve as detailed notes of an oral presentation, it has been edited only slightly for clarification and no attempt has been made to bring the document in line with the style guidelines of the Bangkok Post. Also, since the full text contains over 3,000 words, readers who wish to read the full text of the speech are invited to go to http://tinyurl.com/3x3jur9.

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