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M2/12 express themselves about “Housework”

Welcome to the role play scenario conducted by M2/12 in the classroom. The mission is for each group to present a short acting about what do they feel about doing household chores.

Let’s begin with:

“The Winner”

Aim, Nut, Nina, Oak and the best in Acting Beam in their wonderful and amazing stage performance! In fairness, Beam and Oak really did a superb acting! Congratulations you all! 

And to the so so winner…

Mai, Blessing, Kevin, Bank and Tam did a pretty good job too. Its a very simple role play yet it was presented cleanly! With clear narration and presentation. Good job! 
Well, Aum, Cat, Boom and Petch took it also in a different level by portraying more on their wonderful and neat costumes. What’s more Petchy got a super high heels that really adds the factor. Plus they did have a happy ending! Well done!
Jinny, Forth, Nes, Bam and Amy who presented a strong potential in acting. Bam really got a good make-up effect but I didnt see the connection of it. They just didnt show it! That part I missed! 😦 
This group had a really cool characters: for example Leena did really well to show her role. The funny thing is that First really was overacting as his role as mother, but his hair fell off! Pond also did his best and of course  Wave as the football player. Show was okay!

And to the okay …

Here’s much from Kanompung, Muang, Chareef and Earn. They were okay except that they throw so much face powder to the point that Muang was coughing,,ugh huh ugh huh! But okay!
See that in the picture! That’s Martin – in skirt with the shortest hair among all of them. Honestly he looks good with the skirt. He’s like the shy one. Presentation started very well but I just didn’t get the point when they say “Let’s party but where’s the party, it left me hanging in the middle and some lines were unclear. But again good job Chompoo, Nice, Ploy, Mint and Martin.

I really enjoyed their presentations in the class. They were so nice to watch! With little time of preparation given to them, I was very surprised and pleased to have watch such good and funny performances in the classroom. At least we got to chill for a while in the classroom. Congratulations to all of you M2/12! I am so proud of you!

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Activity Day

What is Activity Day? Well, it simply means, time to make English class more fun and more group work. Unfortunately, this activity day is only for M1/12. What are the things that students will do during “Activity Day”? Just scroll down and you will see fresh snapshots from our M1/12’s first activity day for this semester.

Today’s Hosts of the Activity Day: Big and Proud! I was so happy for them, I didnt give them much time to practice but they truly performed well. Great job Big and Proud!


And as part of the activity day, everybody must do the SPEED READING, led by Fah of Group 1. I truly like Group 1’s SPEED READING melody, they’re  so creative!

Of course! The higlight of the activity is the GAME TIME! This time we played Boggles as I may call it! Its their first time to play like this but they did very well! The winner for today’s game is none other than…GROUP 3- the vocabulary masters!!!

See you again in our next Activity Day!!!

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2nd SEP Edition

Today’s report topic is about “THE NEWEST GENERATION”. Here are the reporters for today, let’s have a look at them.

It’s Prajak, First, Pear and Daow presenting their reports in class. 
In here are Jump, Preaw and May doing their report! This group presented a very different but creative way of making vocabulary powerpoint!

What is the report’s topic all about? Altogether we read to this:


Since at least the 1950’s, teens of each generation have been on the lookout for new songs, new fashions, or really anything new. If there’s something new teens are typically eager to check it out. If something becomes popular and lasts for a while, it becomes a trend. Nowadays, the use of the newest technology has become the trend with teenagers.

These teenagers belong to Generation Z, and they were born approximately between 1994 and 2004. Generation Zers are tough and smart. They like to belong to a group and to share personal information. They are the first generation to have grown up with technology like the Internet and cell phone. Most of them own an MP3 player and download music from the web. They text friends on their cell phones, and they also stay in touch with them on Facebook. They read books on e-readers and tablets. And, they love the virtual world.

Virtual reality (VR) is an environment simulated by a computer. With goggles and headphones, teens can enter places in worlds of simulated reality as well as imaginary worlds. They can play soccer, drive racing car, or defend the planet against invaders from outer space.

Virtual reality has also entered the world of entertainment. IN Japan, a young singer named Hatsune Mikuone has become a hit. MIku is actually a 3-D hologram of a pop star. She’s sixteen years old, and she has long pigtails and large eyes. Miku’s voice is recorded on synthesizer called “Vocaloid”. She has performed “live” at stadiums all over Japan. Crowds of fans wave glowing sticks and sing along to “World is Mine.”

Will the latest trend fade with new technology? We’ll have to wait and see – until the next generation.(I leave the answer to you.)

Note: Passage of THE NEWEST GENERATION was taken and copied from NEW WORLD BOOK 4.