Events dedicated to Victory Day
Events dedicated to the 71 th anniversary of the Victory over Nazism in World War II continue in the Starobilsk Humanitarian and Pedagogical College and the College of LNU.
May 11, 2016 the teacher of Starobilsk Humanitarian and Pedagogical College A.V. Sharova organized and held an educational event “The Fate of Women During the War”. An interesting and informative information about the woman’s fate during the war was represented as the literary and musical compositions with elements of viewing art and documentary films.
The students’ attention was focused on the holy mission of a woman to be a mother, wife, lover, daughter. But when the Homeland is in danger, a woman may be in the ranks of its defenders. The women-veterans who defended our land during the Second World War, and today’s women-protectors at the forefront proved this. They do not spare their lives, health and happiness of their children to see their mothers.
At the end of the event Hanna Valentynivna noted that today, when we all worried about the fate of our country, which once again suffered from the war, we must remember the heroic deeds, which are an example to follow for all of us. It should never be forgotten.
Teachers of the Ukrainian language and history of Ukraine N.V. Klimenko and A.N. Melnichenko conducted another interesting event in the form of binary classes. They offered to students to discuss the book of the Belarusian writer, a native of Ukraine, laureate in Literature Nobel Prize Svitlana Aleksievich “War Has Not a Woman’s Face”, which became a kind of reportage from the front. This is the book-confession, a document of human memory. The book contains stories of women, who got weapon to defend their native land from fascism.
Students studied the life and career of the writer, discussed the contents of the book and impressions of it. The class was held with the use of innovative educational technologies.