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Category Archives: The Lao teachers

Let’s celebrate Halloween in Laos

“When witches go riding and black cats are seen, the moon laughs and whispers, ‘tis near Halloween” (author unknown)

Historical background

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Teaching experiences in Laos

Two months have passed since I left Germany and said goodbye to my parents and friends for five months. A lot has happened since my „First Impressions“ blog post and I collected many new experiences while teaching and living in … Read more

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Letters from Laos – Hello, I’m Moukdala

 

Well, Hello everyone who is reading now. My name is Moukdala. I’m 26. I live with parents. My place is at a countryside. But i love it becuase it’s a quiet place. I graduated … Read more

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The origin of National Teachers’ Day in Laos – A journey into the past and a celebration in the present

Public holidays! For most people in the Western world, the deeper meaning of such a holiday is no longer present. To be honest, we usually simply enjoy the extra day off. Few holidays are really celebrated with a big party, … Read more

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Busy hands, busy brains – Hands-on science lessons at Ban Phang Heng Secondary School

The best way to activate children’s brains is by having them move their hands. Conducting experiments in science lessons and experiencing things physically helps to gain a better understanding of materials and might avoid the potential gap between theory and … Read more

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The end of lent: Festival of lights, Boat racing festival, Teachers’ Day

One morning when Nina, one of the volunteers at the LGTC, went for her morning run along the Mekong River, she saw a Ferris wheel and other attraction stalls being set up. This could only mean that everyone was getting … Read more

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