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Fulbright 2016-17 ETA Narrative Reflection July Edition

Check out the seventh edition of narrative reflection from our 2016-17 English Teaching Assistants (ETAs)!!!!

Natasha King
is a 2016-2017 Fulbright-AMCHAM ETA in Thailand. She teaches high school at Mae Moh Wittayah School in Lampang, Thailand. Natasha attended the College of William & Mary in Virginia and majored in marketing and environmental science. After her grant, she plans to return home, be a contributing member of society, work in an environmentally-focused sector of business, and learn the names of more birds and trees. Natasha’s will take you on a journey of beautiful natural landscapes in Thailand and her teaching experience at Mae Moh Wittaya School, Lampang. She reflects on her interactions with the school, her developing understanding of Thailand's environment, and how she has changed her approach to observing the unfamiliar.

 Paul Park is a Korean American, a 2016-2017 Fulbright-AMCHAM English Teaching Assistant (ETA). He teaches Mattayom 1 through 6 at Warinchamrap School in Ubon Ratchathani province and tutors throughout the week after school. He was born in Irving Texas and graduated from the Saint John’s University in Asian Studies with a focus on Political Science. In his free time, Paul enjoys going to the gym, playing basketball, and meeting with new people. After the grant, Paul hopes to enter into a graduate program at the University of Texas at Austin. In Paul Park’s narrative shares his one-month internship story at Ministry of Education (MOE), which kept him much more occupied than expected. Paul has learned to embrace all the cultural experiences that are full of surprises and appreciations. The internship, he believes, has definitely given him more motivation to do right by his students.


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