Inspiration for the project sprang from the area’s special terrain and its historical and cultural elements
Students may very likely find love for history thanks to the creations, he says
The teacher googled how to do it
Several state-funded Vietnamese historical films, which have cost up to almost US$1 million each, are still not appealing to audiences, particularly young people, and thus fail miserably at the box office
Some local youths have created handicraft items and artwork inspired by their favorite characters in an eminent Vietnamese author’s most loved children’s book
Two students from the HCMC University of Architecture and Saigon Technology University, with the aid of their lecturer, recently presented their ideas which help Vietnamese history reappear as their graduation thesis.
Prof. Ngo Vinh Long, from Maine University in the US, stresses that history teaching should aim for accuracy and depth, and start with commoners, if Vietnam is to improve its history education and arouse students’ interest in the subject.
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