My second period class at Wat Chetupon was made up of juniors. After introducing myself, I expanded on the lesson to include listening skills. Using the maps of Thailand and U.S.A. I'd drawn on the black board, I taught questions and answers such as:
What is the capital of Thailand? (U.S.A., Laos, etc.)
Who is the Prime Minister of Thailand?
Who is the President of the U.S.A.?
After teaching the questions and their answers, I called on students to answer the questions I posed. By randomly calling on students, everyone was just a little on edge, having to pay attention, since they never knew when I might call on them. I limited the number of questions I'd ask the students, so they could learn the questions/answers and feel immediate success.