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    Quote Originally Posted by Chico View Post
    Surely the teacher should still sit students down and explain the subject to them.
    They may get the definitions at the beginning of the term and be asked to memorize them and their definitions. This is what I've seen many times.
    They only learn them in more detail during the year, but even then. When they are tested on them, they sometimes need to know their definitions and not necessarily how they are used in context.

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    I'm really starting to think of taking him out of MEP, and finding him a good tutor.

    There's a kid in his class, that went to a good boarding school in Khon Kaen, he's supposedly very bright, and even he so it seems said the teachers are pathetic.

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    Consider the individual of the OP, firstly.
    Seemingly contradictory.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chico View Post
    I'm really starting to think of taking him out of MEP, and finding him a good tutor.
    What subjects is he taught in English? English, science and computers?
    And who teaches him those subjects? Thai teachers or native English speaking teachers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chico View Post
    Define the following parts of a curved mirror

    A. Centre of curvature

    B. Vertex

    C. principal axis

    D. Focus
    Easy, but can you put your finger on the

    E. Latus Rectum

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