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I would try bookstores first

Ro, I'd try to find those in a local bookstore. In which country do you teach? I teach in Thailand, but I'm heading to South Korea in about a month. Here, there are bookstores with all sorts of CD-ROMs that have accompanying text. The programs aren't the problem here. The facilities are a problem in Thailand. It's next to impossible to set one up here at my school....each kid needs his own private space while practicing to eliminate a colossal inferiority complex he or she has. My school just doesn't have the budget.

I hope I can do better in SK. I'll try to set one up as soon as I start work there if my new school doesn't have one already.

Good luck.


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How do I get level 1 students interested in English classes? -- ST
Another idea -- RhenoThai
Yet Another Idea -- ForumAngel
An idea that MAY work -- Elephant
How do I get level 1 students interested in English -- Rosalind
I would try bookstores first -- Elephant
Re: An Idea that might work -- Dr. Yanni Zack- ESL Tips and Strategies

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