Lesson Learned of Reading and Writing Camp Organizing : A Case Study of New Wave and Nakhon Literary Group Members

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Manoch Dinlansagoon

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        A study on Lesson Learned of Reading and Writing Camp Organizing: A Case Study of New Wave and Nakorn Literary Group Members found that New Wave literary group members had been organizing reading. and writing camps for almost two decades, dominantly led by Kanti Na Satta with cooperation and participation of other members. Throughout the past ten years (2007 – 2017) experiences regarding reading and writing camp organizing reflected their commitment, careful selection of trainers and duty assigning in order to run appropriate activities that were importantly beneficial to camp members. Other matters were regarded as second priority. With regard to design and curriculum of camp organizing the New Wave literary group employed a system-based approach and focused on happy and successful writing. This led to a particular characteristic of camp process in which camp members’ imagination was encouraged. For the Nakhon literary group, which was the oldest group of southern Thailand, established in 1982, group members began to play their role actively in organizing reading and writing camp after 2007. Pramual Maneerot served as the leader who worked cooperatively with some members of the earliest group and new group members to bring back strength and clearer role of the group. This group organized camps for every level of education ranging from primary level to university level concentrating on enjoyment and friendliness as strategies. They tried to avoid stage lectures and focused on members’ own-story telling. Opportunities were given to unprivileged groups or those who had problems but were committed to reading and writing activities. They focused on launching free and psychological healing writing and reading. Camp organizing was very flexible with no specific plans. Activities were run under suitable situation, venue, number of trainers and camp members.

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Dinlansagoon, M. (2022). Lesson Learned of Reading and Writing Camp Organizing : A Case Study of New Wave and Nakhon Literary Group Members. Wiwitwannasan Journal of Language and Culture, 6(2), 69–82. Retrieved from https://so06.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/wiwitwannasan/article/view/256071
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