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Category Archives: Teaching experiences

Teaching camp songs – a journey from the USA to Laos

Teaching English can be hard sometimes – as a teacher you never want your pupils to become bored with the language. I have always been passionate about English and want to give the same excitement to the children I work … Read more

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Mathematics – the latest addition to the project

The project “Teaching English in Laos” has come a long way.

I remember when Prof. Martin told us about her first visit to Laos during my first semester in the winter of 2015/16 in her lecture on foreign-language teaching methodology. Read more

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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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Guest author Richard Martin & Fabian Stober write: Stories are something to remember…

…so why not use them as a teaching device?

In the summer semester of 2017, Prof. Isabel Martin offered a seminar called “Children’s Literature: Reading and Telling stories”. When I signed up for this course, I did not really know … 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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Life is full of drama – so why not join the (drama) club?

New English “Drama Club” at Ban Phang Heng Secondary School

Pupils can spend an hour after their regular classes to improve their spoken English in the English Conversation Club and the English Games Club. To offer yet another “English … Read more

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