Commentary: Improve English teaching in Thai schools

10/25/2010 | Bangkok Post

Thailand has failed to improve English education for students, despite efforts to do so, according to this commentary. A panel set up to explore the topic this year suggested making English the second language in schools, but was turned down. Editorial writer Saritdet Marukatat says that to improve the teaching of English and make the topic more interesting to students, the education ministry should focus not on grammar but on improving conversational skills.

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