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Tag Archives: Square Dance

Square Dance for the (Lao) classroom

Have you ever heard of Modern Western Square Dancing?
I am sure you have. But do you KNOW what it is?

When I told people that I am taking part in a Square Dance Caller workshop they looked at … 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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Team III: 9 new volunteers approved & first steps in preparation

From fifteen applications submitted for the new project phase, nine applications have been successfully selected and approved for the new project phase following the interviews at the University of Education Karlsruhe on 6 May 2016. These nine English education graduatesRead more

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Modern Western Square Dance Workshop 13/12/2015

After our own introduction to the world of Modern Western Square Dance in a workshop at the PH (read report here) we were very keen to see the Lao reaction to it. Dancing Modern Western Square Dance is a … Read more

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Square Dance with Lao pupils at the Ban Phang Heng Secondary School 17/12/2015

During my last week in Laos I got the great opportunity to try out Square Dance with the pupils of my school; this time without Lao teachers but with a great class of 13-year-old pupils instead. I was very excited … Read more

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Workshop “Modern Western Square Dance – Be There, or Be Square!”

Traditionally, Modern Western Square Dance is known as a North American folk dance. Various steps and figures from different European folk dances contribute to the almost endless possibilities and permutations of dancing Modern Western Square Dance.
To set up yet … Read more

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