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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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A day in the life of… a PH Karlsruhe volunteer

6:30 a.m.

The alarm in Natalie’s and my – Anja’s – room goes off for the first time… one quick move to switch it off and here we go… five more minutes of sleep before we have to make our … Read more

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The Lao flag ceremony

After having worked here for more than two months now, it was high time to find out what actually happens during the weekly flag ceremonies at the schools we work for. As we are not familiar with the concept of … Read more

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Eat, dance, laugh (and be sick) – our first weeks in Laos

Arriving in a country which is a quarter of a planet away from our home, we were overwhelmed by the impressions we experienced. Practically, to start with, however, the most impressive feature was our packed schedule. For the first few … Read more

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First cooperation between the University of Education Karlsruhe and Savannakhet University – meet our new partners! 3/3

 

Hello, Everyone (Sabaidee Thouk Khon) it’s the first time for me to writing a post, I’m very happy to introduce myself to you. My name is Boutsaba LATTANATHONGXAI, I am 30 years old, I work in faculty of Business … Read more

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First cooperation between the University of Education Karlsruhe and Savannakhet University – meet our new partners! 2/3

My name is Boualiane KEOPHOXAY, I was born on 04 September 1988, I am from Khammouane province, I graduated at STTC (Teacher Training College) as an English pedagogy, now I work at SKU (Savannakhet University) in Faculty of Linguistics and … Read more

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