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Our journey to Laos – Team V arrives on 18 September 2017

Flying to a foreign country is almost always linked to a lot of effort. Travelling with seven people seemed like a huge challenge to us, but in my opinion we managed it very well.
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“Singlish”: Learn fun songs, action rhymes, and games!

In preparation for the future Team V (and Team VI), who is (will be) in Laos to teach English this autumn/winter (in the coming spring), Prof. Martin organized two workshops called „Singlish“ this summer. These workshops were also attended by … Read more

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“Global English: Teaching English in Asia” – Approaches to a complex enterprise

Winter term 2016/17
In the winter semester 2016/17, it was Team IV‘s turn to be prepared for “Teaching English in Laos” by a varied teaching and workshop programme with Prof. Martin, like the other three teams before. Like them, … Read more

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This is Team V! 18 September 2017 – 15 February 2018

This is Team V!

Chosen by the project leader Johannes Zeck of the Angels for Children Foundation, Prof. Isabel Martin of the University of Education Karlsruhe, and the International Office of the university, to support pupils, students, and teachers in … Read more

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An eight-week training course in Weiherhammer – Letters from Germany by Phonesouk Inthaxay

Editor’s note: The Recruitment and Training Programme of BHS Corrugated at the Lao-German Technical College links our “Teaching English in Laos” school work in Ban Sikeud and Ban Phang Heng, which is funded by the Angels Foundation, with our … Read more

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Traveling from Vientiane to Broadstairs and back – Letters from England by Souvanh Navong

The London airport. Frankfurt airport , Bangkok airport.

I have been to studying at the Hilderstone colleges for two months .I started from Monday to Friday about listening, speaking, reading and writing. Every morning I get up early .because I … Read more

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