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Laos Formal Report April-June 20111

Laos Formal Report April-June 20111

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Global Vision International2011 Report Series No. 002
GVI Laos 
Teaching English to Buddhist Monks and inother local community settings in LuangPrabang, Laos - PGM 120Teaching English to Children - PGM 287Quarterly Report 112 April - June 2011
 
 
GVI Laos, Luang Prabang Programme Report 112 Produced by
Tricia Feeney - Manager
And From PGM120
Sam Kurikawa Field StaffGreg Wright Field StaffGreg Brady Volunteer
 
Fausto Silvia Marzi MarchesiVolunteer
 
Marc GiglioliVolunteer
 
Brooke ThompsonVolunteer
 
Matthew Henry VolunteerGreg Brady VolunteerJudith Weber VolunteerLine Eidsvag VolunteerAslak Talleraas VolunteerMathieu Ponte VolunteerPatricia WilsonVolunteer
 
Jie ZhouVolunteer
 
Lisa PollackVolunteer
 
Christina ReuterVolunteer
 
Alexandra Da RozaVolunteer
 
Edward KhooVolunteer
 
Richard Midgett Volunteer
 
Paul Clastre Volunteer
 
Helia Forouzin Volunteer
 
Daniel Balmbra Volunteer
 
Adam White Volunteer
 
Sarah Sturrock Volunteer
 
Sabrina Roessel Volunteer
 
Melle Hatzissavas Volunteer
 
And From PGM287
Sam Kurikawa Field StaffGreg Wright Field StaffJenae Franklin Volunteer
 
Nicole Franklin Volunteer
 
Yana Makodeeva Volunteer
 
Sushil Pal Volunteer
 
GVI Laos
 
 
 © GVI
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Luang Prabang, Laos. April - June 2011 i
Executive SummaryPGM 120 Teaching English to Buddhist Monks and in other local communitysettings in Luang Prabang, Laos.
The second quarter phase, April - June 2011 of the GVI Laos Expedition has now beencompleted. The project has maintained working relationships with local schools/centres byproviding volunteers to teach English either with or without a Lao teaching partner forMonks, Novices, post-secondary students, government workers, secondary students,teachers, adults and children. The project has continued to work towards goals ofsustainable development whilst working with local partners.During this quarter, several schools were on holidays for either the whole or part of thequarter. These schools were - the Buddhist Monk School, the primary school for Novicesat Wat Manorom, and the Vocational/Technical School. The Lao New Year occurred inmid April and due to the closures of schools, no new volunteers joined for a 2 week period.The following teaching took place during Phase 112:
1 term of teaching English to post secondary students studying a 3 year Diploma ofEnglish course at Xayadeth College
 –
5 days/wk.
1 term of assisting Lao teachers with the teaching of English to Government workers.
1 term of partnering Lao teachers at Sikeud School where classes range from childrento young adults
 –
5 days/wk
3 months of teaching Novices at a local temple
 –
5 eveningswk.
Commencement in April teaching with Lao teachers at Vocational/Technical School
 –
4days/wk.
2 months of teaching English to primary level Novices at Wat Manorom.
1 term of assisting Lao teachers at Pasathipathai School for students aged 7-15.
1 month of teaching to secondary students over Summer School holidays at XayadethCollege.
 

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