Home Schooling

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Re: Home Schooling

Post by Melissa Warner » Tue Sep 08, 2015 5:12 pm

Felipesed wrote:How about because I would sincerely hope that English is not your first language, due to the lack of correct punctuation, poor grammar and obvious lack of knowledge about how sentences are constructed.

I am sure that American teachers are more literate than your efforts demonstrate.

Please don't waste our time with your trolling.
I am Thai who used to teach Science in USA.English is not my first language.I hope you can speak and read Thai as well as I can write English. Please accept my apology to ever reply on this forum. It was my misunderstanding . I thought someone was looking for teacher who can tutoring their kids after school in Thai, math and science.
Please be kind help me remove my post.
Does anyone know how to remove the post?
I have contact the administrator several times.

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Re: Home Schooling

Post by London Boy » Tue Sep 08, 2015 5:18 pm

Welcome to a nice friendly forum where they jump on you like a pack of wolves

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Re: Home Schooling

Post by Takiap » Wed Sep 09, 2015 6:30 am

Felipesed wrote:How about because I would sincerely hope that English is not your first language, due to the lack of correct punctuation, poor grammar and obvious lack of knowledge about how sentences are constructed.

I am sure that American teachers are more literate than your efforts demonstrate.

Please don't waste our time with your trolling.

So what you are saying is that English must be your first language in order for you to be a good teacher? The last time I had a look at a World Map, I seem to recall seeing a number of other countries apart from the UK; USA and etc. :shock:
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Re: Home Schooling

Post by Takiap » Wed Sep 09, 2015 6:36 am

Dannie Boy wrote:
Melissa Warner wrote:
Felipesed wrote:This is a joke advert, surely?
I am new at this forum. I just reply to one post that one parent made.Why do you think it is a joke? Please show me how to remove that post.
Irrespective of whether your post is genuine or not, you do realise that if it is, it amounts to you offering to do work for which you need a work permit and forums like this are regularly monitored, so it's quite likely that an official will have read your post.

Thais don't require work permits, :duck: and the fact that he/she has taught in an American in the US should more or less be proof enough of their competency.


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Re: Home Schooling

Post by Dannie Boy » Wed Sep 09, 2015 9:22 am

Takiap wrote:
Dannie Boy wrote:
Melissa Warner wrote:This is a joke advert, surely?
I am new at this forum. I just reply to one post that one parent made.Why do you think it is a joke? Please show me how to remove that post.
Irrespective of whether your post is genuine or not, you do realise that if it is, it amounts to you offering to do work for which you need a work permit and forums like this are regularly monitored, so it's quite likely that an official will have read your post.

Thais don't require work permits, :duck: and the fact that he/she has taught in an American in the US should more or less be proof enough of their competency.


:cheers:[/quote]
I know that, but when I posted my reply, the only information provided by the op was that she was from the USA.

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Re: Home Schooling

Post by jingjoe » Wed Oct 11, 2017 8:32 am

Anyone homeschooling in hua hin?
We have a 3 and a 6yo who will be homeschooled after xmas.
We are using an australian curriculum, which provides all lesson themes and subjects.
We are also mixing in some montessori activites as well.

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Re: Home Schooling

Post by HHTel » Wed Oct 11, 2017 8:53 am

I looked into this some years ago. Firstly, you have to apply for a 'homeschooling licence' as per some law passed in 2004. Once accepted, the kids have to be assessed annually and you are entitled to the government subsidies on education. Not a lot of money, but it's there for the taking.
Can't remember why I gave up on the idea. Probably decided that it's not worth the hassle and the kids were doing fine at their Thai school.

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