“Vietnam – Our motherland/With vast paddy fields, no paradise on earth can be comparable/ Cranes’ wings spread over the sky/ Trường Sơn Mountain hides in fluffy clouds.” Ly and her Vietnamese-Lao students An extract from poet Nguyễn Đình Thi’s Việt Nam – Our Motherland is the first lesson Hoàng Ly Ly, 24, from Cam Lộ District in the central province of Quảng Trị teaches her Vietnamese students in Seno, a small town in Savannakhet Province, Laos. It was a special day when Ly, graduating from Quảng Trị Province’s College of Education with honours more than two years ago, submitted her letter asking to voluntarily teach language and literature for Vietnamese children living in Laos. Ly was sent to Nguyễn Trãi Primary School in Seno Town. The school has 223 students, all Vietnamese. While Lao teachers are in charge of social and natural sciences, Ly teaches them their mother tongue. It is the pride of the Vietnamese community in Seno to have a local school named after a Vietnamese scholar. However, its syllabus has to follow the host country’s regulations in which Vietnamese is considered a foreign language. To help students speak their mother tongue fluently and acquire sound knowledge of… Read full this story
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