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    ...^good example...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat View Post
    ...^good example...
    It's no dramas.

    I believe in the Broad Church Philosophy ... reach-a-round has a pew there.

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    On a positive note, great to see you back and posting.

    The Forum is a better place

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    ...mille grazie...

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    Christ, pass the sickbag Gladys.....

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    Speaking as a "non trained school teacher" but as a parent and an "educated person" only.

    As we have seen illustrated here on TD, the now famous "Dogs" thread, an inclusive parent can and does produce a well rounded individual. Being involved and if required, taking personal steps will add to any child's education in all subjects.

    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat View Post
    English lessons are a waste of time for the vast majority.
    Historically I agree.

    In the future, ASEAN and Chinese, language skills will enhance an individual's prospects. The video illustrates the accepted low standard.

    Poor teaching of both languages, English and Chinese, in Thai schools, will only hold Thailand's citizens back from accessing more occupations.
    A tray full of GOLD is not worth a moment in time.

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    I'm just surprised Thailand even offers English classes in their public schools at all.

    The purpose of schooling is just to get the kids educated enough to work in factories, taxis, food stalls, military etc.

    The HiSo have their own means of educating their kids for all the other mid and upper tier jobs needed to be filled.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Agent_Smith View Post
    I'm just surprised Thailand even offers English classes in their public schools at all.

    The purpose of schooling is just to get the kids educated enough to work in factories, taxis, food stalls, military etc.

    The HiSo have their own means of educating their kids for all the other mid and upper tier jobs needed to be filled.
    ...exactly...Swampified "education" mainly prepares Ss to understand and accept local propaganda, generally referred to as "Thainess"...Thai-Chinese manipulate brown others with that notion while placing their own spawn on launch pads to success. Without this minority, however, the swamp wouldn't get much farther than Burma on the occasional steroid...
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