Museum moves to nurture pupils’ love for history

Created 08 April 2019
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For several years, the Da Nang Museum in the city of the same name has conducted extracurricular activities to nurture curiosity for history and culture among local pupils.


Coming to Da Nang Museum for the first time to learn about the life of fishermen in the city, An Như was provided with a great pool of information.

Since 2014, the museum has organised numerous extracurricular activities in seven different topics. All the activities are in form of games, making learning more fun.

The Da Nang Museum welcomes nearly 20,000 pupil arrivals every year. By taking part in such activities, the pupils are nurturing their love for history.

Through a practical way of teaching and learning, the museum is inspiring pupils’ love for history in particular, and for the homeland in general.-VNA


Source: - Bridge

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