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Introduction to teaching science in English

About This Course

• This is a time of change in Education. • Thai science teachers must teach in English. • All teachers must plan lessons effectively. • Central to our approach are sound practices in education. • The most important of these is the “concept”. • A concept is a group of ideas. • These ideas are ordered in the best possible way. • Concepts are made up of language, diagrams and symbols. • Diagrams and symbols are universal language taught everywhere. • We will use technology to help you. • Scientific enquiry will help us create simple English sentences. • Organizing these sentences will help you plan in English. • Other forms of English such as questions will be used. • Writing lesson plans in English will be made easier. • We know how it should be done for the physical sciences


The students for this course should be Thai teachers trying to conduct their science lessons in English.

Course Staff

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David Condie

"He obtained a B.E. (hons) from Newcastle University in 1988 and worked as a scientist for the Australian governmental agency CSIRO for 13 years before making a transition to teaching. He has taught in both Korea and Thailand since then."

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Mark is internationally trained,qualified and experienced in the pedagogy of pre-tertiary math and science education.Previous professional experience has focused upon the cognitive requirements for international standards in science and math education and assisting students gain tertiary entrance to the very best universities internationally.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to buy a textbook?

No, a detailed outline of the approach is attached as a pdf file at the end of this course.

Where can I get the lesson preparation worksheet?

A file containing the worksheet is attached at the end of this course.

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  2. Classes Start

    Jan 01, 2014
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