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Teaching english in ThailandBefore your first travel to Thailand, you will surely have different ideas and images about how teaching here would be. Well, as always, it doesn’t quite turn out to be the way you think. After taking the first step into your first thai classroom, you will be surprised how different it actually is and less easy than one had expected. The class sizes (at least in governmental schools) reach from 30 to 50 pupils and are not as disciplined as the stereotype of Asians would let one expect: the students sleep on their desk, play guitar and are kind of addicted to their cell phones if you don’t manage to be authoritative and command silence. It is normal for them to stand up to look at the notebook of a classmate or to walk out to go to toilet during the lesson. This doesn’t only occur in the lessons of foreign teachers, but thai teachers as well have to face these problems- even though not in the very same heaviness. The disparity between the foreign and the thai teacher simply occurs because of their different ways of teaching. english lessons hold by a thai are mostly ‘teacher centered’ and contain far less spoken english. The students are more relaxed, because they can understand the english