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Educational Management in terms of Bilingual School has broadly been holding as new social value in Thai Society for 2 decades. Then, teacher preparedness for bilingual schools become educational issue. Accordingly, teacher production institutes have to provide supplementary education necessary for such social changing time. The article presents basic background for understanding bilingual education included with instructional management using in-class communication in English both for teaching major subject and classroom management. It’s a subject course for 5-year Dual Program student teachers of Bachelor Degree at School of Education, University of Phayao. The article content is composed of; rationale for establishing bilingual curriculum in Thai schools , teachers teaching in bilingual schools, new educational trend promoting teaching and learning in bilingual schools, teacher production institutes with course subject promoting teaching and learning in bilingual school, major subject learning management in English at School of Education , University of Phayao and suggestions for change and development.
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