On November 15th, students of 11th grade, the International Schools of North America (SNA) participated together in “a journey back to the past” to learn about historical events and circumstances of the country in the 2nd world war time (1939-1945).
As a part of lectures on Vietnamese history for high school students, SNA teachers organized a trip to the War Remnants Museum and Independence Palace to learn more about the wartime scenes and the severe consequences that our country suffered during that time.
Here, they had opportunity to observe the actual artifacts, weapons used in the war, watch documentary films and listen to fascinating historical stories from the museum guides. By that way, they had more valuable historical information off the page, creating a solid foundation of national history and a rich source for essays on the subject.
The field trip left a deep impression, inspired the study of history and enriched the patriotism of the young generation at SNA, so that they could become future leaders of their country.