Top 20 Photos From TravelBud’s English Teaching Camp in Thailand

on October 17, 2014

The TESOL course which TravelBud provides for those seeking the adventure of teaching English in Thailand has one fundamental component that no other TESOL school in Thailand has. It is the practical teaching experience and practice gained for teaching at a 2-day English camp at a local school in Hua Hin which sets this TESOL course above the rest. Here, the TESOL students get the unique opportunity to practice everything they have learnt so far during the course in an authentic setting where they teach several different English lessons to a  variety of different age groups of Thai children.

The TESOL instructors sit in on a number of the different classes to provide help where needed and monitor the soon-to-be English teachers. After the camp, the TESOL students are all provided with thorough feedback from their instructors and note where they need to make improvements as well as where they are doing a good job. This 2-day English camp provides the TESOL students with an incredible opportunity to learn from their mistakes and get a real feel for what to expect before being placed at a school in Thailand to teach English full time.

Here are 20 of the top photos from TravelBud’s largest English teaching camp in Thailand to date.

 

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Before the teaching begins

Group photo of TESOL students before they teach English in Thailand for the first time

The Yellow Group poses for a photo before heading into the school

School assembly in Thailand

The TESOL students watch over the school assembly which is a daily occurrence at public schools in Thailand

It’s teaching time

The little ones

Teaching English to Kindergarten children at the English teaching camp in Thailand

One of the lucky TESOL students who had the opportunity to teach the sweetest little Kindergarten kids

Male English teacher in Thailand

This guy had an absolute blast with his Kindergarten classes

Thai Kindergarten English student

Focused and hard at work with his colouring in!

Male English teacher in Thailand

“Good job!”

American female teaching English in Thailand

More from the Kindergarten classroom

The older guys and girls

Welcome to the Land of Smiles!

Welcome to the Land of Smiles!

Karissa Holland teaching English in Thailand

Teacher K and her famous high fives

The best English teacher in Thailand

This little guy was rewarded with some one-on-one time with teacher Krissandra

The Land of Smiles

The famous Thai smile coming out in the classroom

The best styles of teaching English in Thailand

“What did you say?”

Non-caucasian English teacher in Thailand

Lesson theme: Countries around the world

Jason Posthumus teaching English in Thailand

More high fives

Julia Korkosz teaching English in Thailand

Teacher Julia full of joy whilst teaching her little ones

The Land of Smiles in Thailand

More smiles in the classroom

Learning English in Thailand

Hard at work learning his English

Game time

Games in Thailand

Classroom games are a great way to begin and end lessons in Thailand

Young English teacher in Thailand

English teachers really need to be active and energized in the classroom. These young ladies did just that!

This guy brought such a unique atmosphere to his class by playing his guitar and singing along with his students at the beginning and end of each lesson. It's safe to say that he was a huge success in the classroom!

This guy brought such a unique atmosphere to his class by playing his guitar and singing along with his students at the beginning and end of each lesson. It’s safe to say that he was a huge success in the classroom!

 

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About Stu Brown

Stu has always carried with him a passion for exploring the world through work and travel experiences.

After a year-long adventure working at a school in London and travelling throughout Europe, Stu began his tertiary studies at Stellenbosch University in Cape Town, South Africa, obtaining his Bachelor of Arts degree (BA) in Social Dynamics.

He also holds a 120-Hour internationally accredited TEFL/TESOL certificate and understands what it takes to teach and travel responsibly. As TravelBud CEO he understands that truly exciting and life-changing adventures only happen when you step outside your comfort zone; and not a day goes by when he doesn’t challenge the team to do the same!

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