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WHY TOEIC? TOEIC is taken by around seven million people every year, according to an in the Wall Street Journal. The test questions are based on real-life situations that are relevant to global organizations. Test content is developed from real examples of spoken and written English collected from around the world. According to the Worldwide report by ETS, […]READ MORE
WHY TEOFL? The TOEFL Test measure how well you can use English in an academic setting. The exam consists of 4 core competencies: Reading: The reading section consists of 3-5 long passages followed by questions about those passages. Generally these cover academic topics and are consistent with the kind of material you would find in an […]READ MORE
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King’s English จะดำเนินการต่อและให้ตัวเลือกต่อไปนี้แก่นักเรียนของเราทุกคน:
นักเรียนสามารถทำแบบฝึกหัดผ่านอินเทอร์เฟซการเรียนรู้ออนไลน์เช่น Skype หรือ Zoom
In recent weeks the Covid-19 situation has become increasingly worse and very worrying for all of us. Schools are closed and should be offering online learning to supplement and replace all classroom teaching, homework assignments, examination preparation and project work. We here at King’s English are more than happy to work with students on their school assignments and try to support them in terms of organisation, time management and other guidance as needed.
King’s English will continue to operate and offer the following option to all our students:
Students can have their tutorials delivered by an online learning interface such as Skype or Zoom. Although these methods of teaching and learning will take a little bit of getting used to, they work well, and we have used online teaching and learning techniques for many years. In the past, most of the online teaching and learning occurred when a student was too ill to attend a tutorial but who needed to be taught because end of year, IGCSE, A Level, SAT or IB exams or major school-administered tests were looming. In the current situation, this option is well worthy of consideration. Online tutorials would be scheduled at the same time as their face-to-face counterparts or could be rescheduled if an alternative time is convenient for the student and the tutor.
At King’s English we are always here to discuss any and all matters relating to your son’s or your daughter’s education. Just because we are dealing with a health crisis does not mean that education must stop – you child’s future is as important today as it ever was.
We look forward to hearing from you and let us all hope that the situation improves soon and we will be able to look back on this year in terms such as, “Do you remember when……..”
Best wishes to you all and above all: stay healthy!