Pattaya English-language teachers are joining together to try and improve the quality of courses for students in the city’s 11 public schools.
The Pattaya English Teacher’s Club held its first meeting at City Hall July 6 with an agenda to pick board members to set the group’s direction and guidelines on accents, grammatical correctness and other items.
Members of the Pattaya English Teacher’s Club meet for the first time at City Hall.
Club President Subin Wongthi said Pattaya’s public schools follow an English-language curriculum called “My First English Advance,” developed in Israel.
The club, she said, was created to observe problems in English teaching, develop guidelines for better teaching and overcome obstacles teachers have to teaching the “My First English Advance” course.