Initially I hesitated as my English is not very good compared to many of my friends, and I've never really taught students properly.. Yeah I've coached TaeKwon-Do since I was 13-14 but the idea of teaching English is totally different. Teaching others something you're not really good at... And teaching Thai students with differnet levels of English... umphh... but I agreed to do it, nevertheless, plus it's only for a month.. It's a good thing that I teamed up with Mubina **credits to her!** so teaching and 'organizing' the English camp was great---even though I got attacked with fever, flu & migraine throughout the camp.
So as I said, it was a great experience. Love my students :D:D:D:D:D each of them have their own way of learning and expressing things.
here's a picture of us taken during our trip to Genting Highlands
standing from left: me - amnan - nasran - sofron - ammal - anas - nafees - mubina - busrin
sitting from left: ibtisam - amney - padilah - sofia - mada