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Sirchai

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Hello members,


            I was just wondering if I'm the one with the most contact hours? I better not bring up the salary. 


       Here's mine:

   19 contact hours/week from 7.40 to 16.30- Monday to Friday

    M 6/ IEP-  8 hours 
   
    M 2/ ord.  5 hours

    M 3/ ord.  6 hours

     Total;    19 hours

P.S. Please see the one hour on Thursday, but six on Friday makes perfect sense, doesn't it?

  I've attached the original MS Office file should somebody need a template. Please feel free.
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Mike123_ca


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Government school

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14 M4 classes

6 M3 classes

I only visit each class once a week.

Sirchai

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Mike123_ca wrote:Government school

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14 M4 classes

6 M3 classes

I only visit each class once a week.

 Are your classrooms air-conditioned? Just curious, had 15 hrs without last year and went through hell.  wai

P.S. I can only guess that most of your students were ex Ubonwittayakhom students? ( Sapphasit rd.)  cool

Does your school have an EP with a British curriculum?



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Last year none of the classes had air. This year 5 classes will be air conditioned.

kruhjoe

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How about this? aha

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Mike123_ca


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Sirchai wrote:
Mike123_ca wrote:Government school

conversation practice

14 M4 classes

6 M3 classes

I only visit each class once a week.

 Are your classrooms air-conditioned? Just curious, had 15 hrs without last year and went through hell.  wai

P.S. I can only guess that most of your students were ex Ubonwittayakhom students? ( Sapphasit rd.)  cool


Does your school have an EP with a British curriculum?

Sorry, I misses the p.s.

I'm teaching at Narinukun high school, since Ubonwittayakhom is a large primary school within the city, I do believe. a good percentage are from your former school.

The regular program uses the Thai curriculum.

Sirchai

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kruhjoe wrote:How about this?  aha


 Thanks for sharing! Wow, you're teaching ICT, something I'd love to do. If I'd have my license now, I'd start to teach German at a good university in a Chinese city. 

  But we both went through the same mood and I guess you know what I mean, it would be stupid not to go for the license after so many years of waiting. I only have to wait until July, the 10th, got almost all documents already. 

Even when I didn't attend the f2f, it was scary. No more Jesus Christ stuff. Cheers.

Sirchai

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Mike123_ca wrote:
Sirchai wrote:
Mike123_ca wrote:Government school

conversation practice

14 M4 classes

6 M3 classes

I only visit each class once a week.

 Are your classrooms air-conditioned? Just curious, had 15 hrs without last year and went through hell.  wai

P.S. I can only guess that most of your students were ex Ubonwittayakhom students? ( Sapphasit rd.)  cool


Does your school have an EP with a British curriculum?

Sorry, I misses the p.s.

I'm teaching at Narinukun high school, since Ubonwittayakhom is a large primary school within the city, I do believe. a good percentage are from your former school.

The regular program uses the Thai curriculum.
 Thanks for the info. I was three years at Ubonwit, then left and let them in the rain. I had a huge house on campus, free internet, and many friends in Ubon. I gave all up to sleep at home and to find out what psychological terror really means.

  Setting up an EP alone isn't something I'd like to do again, the always promised additional NES teachers somehow never made it to the school and I had more and more to do.

After one year, I had to switch my favorite music off on my way to school, or when I drove back, the first sign of the noise pollution from little kids. Even in my lunchtime, I was surrounded by noisy little kids. 

 The director of Ubonwit was more friend than the boss. I only had grade six, two hours a week each class and I had the best job I can imagine. The problem is that you find out what a mistake was when it's usually too late. 

  Almost 90 % of my students went to your school then. I was trying to get our son into your school, but when they changed from 20 K to 50 +, I said no. Wish you a nice time teaching, stay safe and healthy. Thanks.

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