International Mother Language Day
The global community and our school celebrated International Mother Language Day. Lina Kostenko had a good point saying that nations do not die of heart attack, it is the language that dies out first. Thus, in order to preserve the mother tongue one should communicate in it (from the cradle), think and dream in it and also wonder and love in it. Therefore, it was a pleasure to observe the students from different parts of the world doing the quest-game “Save the Little Mavka”. The children answered the questions precisely and correctly as every child is moved by the story Evil Wizard slandering Mavka, marvelling her song and then abducting her.
The secondary school students have also joined the celebration and created a video on the significance of a mother tongue. Their answers deeply touched us.