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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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Farewell Letter from England – by guest author Lee Shutler (Director of Studies at Hilderstone College)

It has been almost 3 weeks since they left us – their smiles, their willingness and their enthusiasm, we miss everything that they gave us. They enriched the lives of the students, and teachers(!), that they met. We all have … Read more
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Our personal highlight: A special early Lao New Year – by Jessica Deißler & Alyssa Weber

During our amazing time in Laos we got the chance to gain some fantastic new experiences. We want to share one of our favourite moments in Laos with you now.

Several times we talked with our tandem-teachers about how sad … Read more

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Our personal highlight: A hiking trip with the Lao teachers – by Laura Jakob, Rebecca Dengler & Veronika Golla

It was one of the hottest days we experienced in Laos shortly before we had to fly back to Germany. During mid-day the temperatures reached up to 40°C! It was even too hot for the mosquitos to come out. However, … Read more

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Installing new language-learning clubs at Phang Heng Secondary School: “ABC Club” and “English Games Club”

Before we came to Laos we – Laura Jakob and Tanja Wintrich – had already discussed with our predecessors David and Anika from Team III what activities were offered for the pupils at Phang Heng Secondary School and how we … Read more

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First impressions – by Laura Jakob & Tanja Wintrich (Team IV)

Sabaidee Laos!

In the first days after our arrival in Laos, we were flooded by many new impressions. It started with the bright mud-red ground and square rice fields shining in the sun from our plane window. Once we touched … Read more

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