0017.2014 August Preservation of Thai Ways

Preservation of Thai Ways August 2014

The preservation of Thai ways program has been established to ensure that Thai traditions and mannerisms remain an important part of life in the Kingdom. The program embraces all students and encourages them to take part in its activities and gain greater appreciation and respect for their Thai culture. Monthly recognition ceremonies have been planned and … Read more

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Mother’s Day 2014

On the 8th of August, 2014, BCC celebrated Mother’s Day in Thailand. Everyone gathered on the football pitch for the official ceremonies. Mother’s Day was first introduced to Thailand on the 15th of April, 1950. In 1976, Mother’s Day was changed to the 12th of August to commemorate the birthday of Her Majesty Queen Sirikit ,the Mother of … Read more

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Board Games 2014

Over the course of two weeks P5 English students had to create their own board games. Requirements called for each game to include all the rules and instructions, the game board, all player pieces, and the box containing the game. Students were encouraged to use the imperative in their instructions. Many students chose an environmental theme … Read more

0010.2014 Health P1 Types of Teeth and Their Functions

Teeth Types 2014

P1 Health students made moldings of their teeth in the lab. Why? To discover what types of teeth they had. Students learned that different types of teeth have different functions – and humans have more than one type. Using the supplied materials; students took impressions of their teeth, allowed the impressions to dry, viewed the … Read more

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Biome Projects 2014

Recently, EIP P4 Science students finished their Biome Projects. Using a wide variety of materials, students constructed 3D diagrams of bioms. A biome is a specific environment that is home to living things suited for that place and climate. A desert biome is great for a lizard, but a koala bear needs the leafy green … Read more

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Interactive Whiteboards 2014

Here’s something that you may not know. All EIP Prathom classrooms are equipped with INTERACTIVE WHITEBOARDS. These are large, touch-sensitive displays connect to a projector and computer, and allow a teacher to display anything they could show on a regular computer, and more.  Interactive whiteboards make it easy for EIP teachers to include multimedia in lessons. Some … Read more

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Pollution Presentations 2014

EIP Prathom P5 English students had to choose one type of pollution and make PowerPoint presentations (consisting of 4 – 5 slides). They focused on using topic sentences in the paragraphs they wrote. Students also had to provide additional details about their chosen type of pollution, and a conclusion. All students completed their projects on … Read more

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Chinese Teachers 2014

In EIP Prathom, in addition to learning English every day all students learn Chinese two times per week. These courses are introductory Chinese language courses for students who have little prior experience in the language, or none at all. They aim to develop students’ four skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing the Chinese language. … Read more

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Aztecs Projects 2014

On July 4, and July 7th – 10th, P3 English students created posters showing how Aztecs lived. They wrote in present or past tense sentences (utilizing plural nouns wherever possible). The students used English dictionaries, Macmillan Language and Practice books, Aztec worksheets (which they had done in class the week before), and copies of The Aztecs book for … Read more

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Preservation of Thai Ways July 2014

The preservation of Thai ways program has been established to ensure that Thai traditions and mannerisms remain an important part of life in the Kingdom. The program embraces all students and encourages them to take part in its activities and gain greater appreciation and respect for their Thai culture. Monthly recognition ceremonies have been planned and … Read more