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Category Archives: The Lao teachers

Letters from Laos – “Hello, Germany” by Akina Yadsadahuk

Hello, my name’s Mrs. Akina YADSADAHUK. I am twenty-six year old.

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Workshop on 25 December 2017 – The new “Didactics Room” at the LGTC

The initial “library situation” at the LGTC

When we arrived at the LGTC in September 2017, the notion of a “Didactics Room” was still unknown amongst the teaching staff. We as members of Team V were assigned with the special … Read more

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Workshop on 11 December 2017 – “Micro-teaching with a picture book in the classroom – what, why, when, and how”

English picture books are excellent material to use in English classes for primary pupils and pre-schoolers for many reasons. Here are the main ones quoted in the academic literature: “Stories are motivating, challenging and fun and can help develop positive … Read more

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The good soul of Ban Phang Heng Secondary School – An interview with Ms Saysamone Singhalath

Ms Saysamone Singhalath is 26 years old and has taught history at Ban Phang Heng Secondary School for six years now. In addition, she takes care of the Didactics Room. This means she opens it in the morning, takes … Read more

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Workshop on 20 November 2017 – Creating and using teaching material

Extra teaching material and lessons nowadays, two inseparable things when we think about teaching. To work only with the set course book is nothing we would consider anymore. 

Teaching in general has become a much more deliberate, thought-through, and Read more

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Letters from Laos – “The history of my football team” by Bounthavy Siphonephat

Many boys and young men in Laos still play the traditional ball game “kator” (in Lao), or “sepak takraw” (เซปักตะกร้อ [seːpàk tàkrɔ̂ː] in Thai), meaning “kick the braided ball”). Kator dates back to around 1500 and is Read more

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