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กำลังแสดงโพสต์จาก มิถุนายน, 2014

Are new technologies killing Thai children’s future? What can help them?

Frankly speaking, many hi-so children may have been much impressed with a variety of new technologies that quickly come up in the IT world. Deeply looking two sides of the same coin, it seems to have a lot of new technologies' merits in support of easiness to access new information, availability in online working connection, comfortability of connecting people, potentially aiding people to shine ongoing new creation out to the world of IT, and so on. That would be fine and positive.
Looking another side of the same coin, it can be negative impacts to children as well especially uprooted children. The fact is that most children waste a lot of valuable time with playing games on their cell phones and computers more than spending time with their families. Obviously, when they spend time getting in touch with new technologies (such as cell phone, small computer, game player, and so on), they would face following negative impacts which will go out to harm them unconsciously such as poor…

Orientation Activities for New Graduate Students in 2014, MCU Watsrisudaram, Bangkok

Regrouping of class 2012 and class 2013 graduate students to hold a greeting and orientation activities for building up a good relationship between seniors and juniors in order to lead them to proudly successfulness in long-term study in M.A. in English. 

 Generally speaking, orientation activities are very essential to all the new graduate students in terms of building love, harmony, determination, tolerance, and desire of the success. All these things are the educational keys to hold onto for encouraging them to the wonderful finish line in the near future as Beboy Manyou said  "One who has well-educated is like a man who standing on the mountain high, when he is on the top of mountain, he can view everything beneath." Of course, when they come to study in the higher education, there is nothing easy for them. Everything in higher education system is very complicated. It's like you go to a different-culture country which looks much different from your hometown. I think …

Learning English from News

Learning English from News
Resource: May 29, 2014 http://news.harvard.edu/gazette/story/2014/05/snapshots-of-a-sun-splashed-day/

By Corydon Ireland, Christina Pazzanese, Alvin Powell, Colleen Walsh, Harvard Staff Writers Begone cold. Begone rain. This was Harvard’s Commencement Day, where the annual outdoor ceremony depends on……… (cooperation from the heavens to run pleasantly, smoothly, effortlessly). The 363rd Commencement Day got………( that assist, and then some). The unusually sunny and warm conditions were……….( pitch perfect for the vast Harvard Yard celebration, with dapples of light piercing the verdant tree canopy of Tercentenary Theatre). Soon-to-be graduates beamed with bittersweet joy as they passed into the Yard, the joy that comes with reaching a goal hard-won, but also with knowing that the achievement means something deeply meaningful will be left behind. In the arriving throng, mothers, fathers, sisters, and brothers mastered the art of walking sideways, shouldering through th…

My 13 PowerPoint slides for today's orientation activities 2014

The MCU senior & junior students (MA in English) unify to organize orientation ceremony 2014, MCU Wat Srisudaram, Bangkok.

Showing harmony and teamwork: After publishing a good news of yearly orientation 2014 of faculty of humanities of MCU, We all are very much welcome to warmly receive all our new comers who're intentionally going to study in Master of Arts Program in English. 
Last Wednesday, we had a preparatory meeting of welcoming all the new students to the gate of Mahachula Buddhist university. 
11 June, 2014: THIS WAS FROM PRE-MEETING OF THE UPCOMING ORIENTATION CEREMONY ON SUNDAY 15TH, JUNE 2014 From the meeting, there were my five classmates and ten junior students joining the meeting together to plan on the upcoming orientation ceremony of our new MA junior students who are coming to study in MA English program. In conclusion of meeting, there were a lot of important things to do together, let me conclude all we've consulted with them in short as the following: 1. Everyone must pay 100 baht in order to support our orientation activity and provide some drinks to serve them on this upcoming …