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Interview with Bouangeun and Souphaphone

At the end of our stay in Laos, I gave my two students Bouangeun and Souphaphone the following questions to think about. I collected the questions in order to gain a little insight into how our visit affected them and what they would hope for the future. The following day they showed me their answers and asked me about the meaning of some of the questions. In the end I actually asked the questions in form of an interview.

 

 1. Interview with Bouangeun Hanthavong (written version)

 

What’s your name?

My name is Mrs. Bouangeun HANTHAVONG.

 

What’s your position at the school?

Assistant of Mrs Engel.

 

How long have you been working at the school/ with Mrs Engel?

I started working ten years ago at school but I have been working with Mrs. Engel for fifteen years.

 

How long did you study English? Where did you study English?

I didn’t learn at school but in 2006 I started English at province Education with a teacher from France and 2008-2010 we have a private English teacher at this school.

 

How was it for you personally that we came from the University of Education to teach English?

for me it’s very important for learning English because I learn many words and I understand many people.

 

Do you think this project will help your school to become an even better school in the future? Why? How exactly?

Yes, good help because my students learn better because of different teaching.

 

Where are the problems we still need to tackle?

The problem is we need more time to learn English.

 

What part of the project is the most important in your eyes? What would you like to have more of?

I think it’s good this year but if you have more good ideas please try them.

 

How can you work independently in the meantime, while we are back in Germany?

we can work with the books

 

 

Do you have any ideas for the future to improve the project? If you had 3 wishes, what would you like to have?

  • help English teacher
  • help English students
  • help them with the computers. 

 

 

 

2. Interview with Souphaphone Vongphachan (written version)

 

What’s your name?

My name is Ms Souphaphone VONGPHACHAN.

 

What’s your position at the school?

I have position at the school is director

 

How long have you been working at the school/ with Mrs. Engel?

I have been working 19 years \ 12 years working with Mis Enggel.

 

How long did you study English? Where did you study English?

I study English sine I was at secondary school about 22 years.

 

How was it for you personally that we came from the University of Education to teach English?

I think very good because will help teach English in school speak better.

 

Do you think this project will help your school to become an even better school in the future? Why? How exactly? Where are the problems we still need to tackle?

Yes, I think this project will help us school to become an even better school in the future becacuse this project will help to improve english to teacher to better, now activity and improve communication

 

What part of the project is the most important in your eyes? What would you like to have more of?

the most important of the project is help teaching english to teacher and students.

 

How can you work independently in the meantime, while we’re in Germany?

we sould use books and internet

 

Do you have any ideas for the future to improve the project? If you had 3 wishes, what would you like to have?

I would like you improve the teacher to be a good teacher speak english very well and work well with children.

 

 

Bounangneun and Franziska in the secondary school

Bouangeun and Franziska at the secondary school

 

Text by F. Frister
Photo by J. Zeck

 

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