English Language Fellow Samuel Kirkland took his English Education majors from Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University “on the road” to conduct an English camp. The trip allowed his students to gain more experience teaching and applying the methodology and skills they learned in class.

Traveling to Southern Thailand, the group conducted the Khanom Camp for Primary School students. For many of the students, the English camp was their first opportunity to practice teaching “real” students. Students engaged in workshops and activities and even got to take a break on the beach.

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