Angels for Children and the University of Education Karlsruhe

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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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Four Lao teachers visit Karlsruhe for the first time – reunion weekend 23-25 June 2017

On their way to their eight-week language course at Hilderstone College in England, a weekend stopover in Germany had been arranged for the four Lao teachers “Keo” (Donekeo), “Mit” (Mittaphone), “Noy” (Phovang), and Souvanh, to visit us, their former tandem-teachers, Read more

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Reunion in Karlsruhe 23-25 June 2017 – My first trip to Germany by Phovang Inthavong

One time in my life we are lelf at 9:30 pm Laos to Bangkok and then we came to Germamy . We airrved about at 6:00am. I evry tried beause long flew and I very excited about airport beause airport … Read more

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Workshop on 31 March 2017 – “Storytelling: Pre-, while- and post-activities”

“Robin Hood anyone?” “Yes, me please!”

As our primary school tandem-teachers already participated in a workshop by Team III on the general use of picture books in the English classroom, we wanted to show them exemplary ways to use … Read more

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Minister for Education and Sports H.E. Mrs Sengdeuane Lachanthaboune visits Angels for Children

As a crowning moment of the third phase of “Teaching English in Laos”, the project leaders received a high-ranking visit in January 2017: The Lao Minister for Education and Sports, H.E. Mrs Sengdeuane Lachanthaboune, visited the three schools supported … Read more

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My personal highlight – by Pauline Kern (& blog article no. 100!)

During my 3-month stay here in Laos I’ve had so many personal highlights that it is rather difficult for me to pick out a special and only one. My daily work with the pre-schoolers and the teachers who do not … Read more

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