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Tag Archives: “Teaching English in Laos”

Let’s celebrate Halloween in Laos

“When witches go riding and black cats are seen, the moon laughs and whispers, ‘tis near Halloween” (author unknown)

Historical background

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Teaching experiences in Laos

Two months have passed since I left Germany and said goodbye to my parents and friends for five months. A lot has happened since my „First Impressions“ blog post and I collected many new experiences while teaching and living in … Read more

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Letters from Laos – Hello, I’m Moukdala

 

Well, Hello everyone who is reading now. My name is Moukdala. I’m 26. I live with parents. My place is at a countryside. But i love it becuase it’s a quiet place. I graduated … Read more

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The origin of National Teachers’ Day in Laos – A journey into the past and a celebration in the present

Public holidays! For most people in the Western world, the deeper meaning of such a holiday is no longer present. To be honest, we usually simply enjoy the extra day off. Few holidays are really celebrated with a big party, … Read more

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Lao lunch with new friends

During our first week at Ban Sikeud primary school in September, Hanna and I (Jessica) were invited by the school’s two English teachers, Ms Mittaphone “Mit” Sichampa and Ms Phovang “Noy” Inthavong, to prepare and have lunch together in … Read more

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New places available for internships in spring 2018: Apply now!

Students from the University of Education Karlsruhe can now apply for an internship at the Lao-German Technical College in the project “Teaching English in Laos” for spring 2018.

Submit your applications by 26 October 2017. Interviews will be held on … Read more

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