PANO - Mrs. Martin Vondrova, Czech Defence Minister’s wife paid a visit to Chu Van An High School, which is one of the oldest and the most famous schools in Hanoi and took part in an English class there on March 27th.
PANO - Mrs. Martin Vondrova, Czech Defence Minister’s wife paid a visit to Chu Van An High School, which is one of the oldest and the most famous schools in Hanoi and took part in an English class there on March 27 th .
In a talk with the school’s headmaster, Mrs. Martin expressed her interest in Vietnam educational system, especially the teaching at high schools.
“As a teacher of English language in Prague, I have many chances to teach Vietnamese students. I can say that they are very industrious. Some of them are the best at schools. In Czech, I often get in touch with Vietnamese families. I know that they have educated their children to respect teachers and studying”, said Mrs. Martin. That is the reason why she would like to visit a school in Vietnam to find out more about Vietnam tradition of thirsty for knowledge.
She was very eager to observe an English class with interesting and scientific teaching and studying methods.
Before concluding her visit to Chu Van An High School, Mrs. Martin presented the school two typical gifts, including a painting, drawn by a 12-year-old disabled girl, depicting a wish that everyone in this planet could enjoy comprehensive education without any race discrimination and disabilities and a silk scarf with drawings by a well-known Czech painter.
The school headmaster Chu Xuan Dung presented the guest a statue of teacher Chu Van An and a historic book of 100 years of Chu Van An High School.
Mrs. Martin was moved receiving the presents and confided that she would have the book translated into Czech by Vietnamese students in Czech.
Translated by Mai Huong