From ThailandLiving in Chiang Mai, Thailand (13:23 UTC+07:00)
italki teacher since Oct 22, 2023
My name is Best
Northern Thailand is my home. I live in Chiangmai and I went to Chiang Mai University and i have degree in Biochemistry.
I am a native Thai speaker and northern Thai or Lanna speaker, so I love to teach Thai language and Thai culture or Lanna culture too.
I have experience teaching Thai language and culture to international exchange students from when I volunteered as a “Thai Buddy” for the University Studies Abroad Consortium program and at the international student club. I also led the Lanna and Theravada Buddhist clubs.
Me as a Teacher
I am extremely flexible and happy to adapt my lesson plans on-the-fly for you. I hope we may all have an enjoyable and chill virtual classroom experience.
My lessons & teaching style
- Trial lessons for Introduction
- Thai language for basic communication and conversation
-Practice communication with Thai casual
- Thai language for haggling: tips and tricks for negotiating prices
- Thai language for society, culture (Thai or Lanna), and religion (Buddhism)
-Social etiquette in Thai language
- Thai language for ordering food
(i.e. street food, markets, restaurants Dos and don’ts of social etiquette in a northern Thai context )
- Thai language for singing Thai song
My teaching style is devoted to cultivating a friendly, fun, and relaxed learning environment.
Calm atmosphere Detailed lesson plans Friendly, flexible, and fun!
My teaching material
1 lessons completed
Thai language for basic communication and conversation
A1 - B1Conversation Practice0 lessons completed
Thai language for traveling
A1 - B2General0 lessons completed
Thai language for society, culture (Thai or Lanna), and religion (Buddhism)
B1 - C2General0 lessons completed
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1 Thai lesson
Aj. Best is an excellent teacher. Her introductory lesson is generally geared to gather information about her students' relative strength in the Thai language and interests in the culture. We covered a wide range of topics, beginning with learning the words for writing essays for scholarships and fellowships. After moving on to insurance and actuarial science, we concluded our discussion with plans to learn more about the famous lovelorn ghost (Mae Nak) and the magical monk (Somdet To) next time. 5/5