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“Language education and global citizenship” (1) – Reentry shock: an explanation of an underrated phenomenon (L. Malchow)

Editor’s note: “Reentry shock: an explanation of an underrated phenomenon” by Lara Malchow (Team V) is the first research article  in the new series “Language education and global citizenship” edited by I. Martin (University of Education Karlsruhe). It Read more

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New series: “Language education and global citizenship” (edited by I. Martin)

Editor’s note: Starting in January 2019, the new series “Language education and global citizenship” on this blog will feature the research conducted in the “Teaching English in Laos” project, which started in 2015 and quickly grew to encompass and explore Read more

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Between Laos, Australia, and a lonely island – Lao teachers enter the worlds of “Walkabout” and “Robinson Crusoe”

As already mentioned in our first post, we – Tasja Reule und Anna Hajek – started reading “Simplified Readers”1 with our teacher-students in the Beginner and Elementary classes at the Lao-German Technical College (LGTC). It was a … 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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A memorable outing to Canterbury – Letters from England by Mittaphone Sichampa with photos by Isabel Martin

On Friday, 4th August I went on a college trip to Canterbury. I walked with my professor Isabel Martin through the streets and we met two Turkish guys from the college who we didn’t know but they were very … 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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