November 17 International Students Day is a holiday with a tragic history
Student years are the best period in the life of every person. Especially if you can feel it far from home, in a simple hostel, surrounded by friends and friends. It's time to get everything: get knowledge, fall in love, arrange some parties, find true friends.
On November 17, the International Students' Day is a holiday, unfortunately, connected with tragic events. The history of its occurrence touches even the hardiest hearts ...
Excursion to the history
A lot of the blood of innocent people was spilled during the Second World War. In the distant 1939 in Prague a demonstration was organized on the occasion of the tenth anniversary of the Czechoslovak state. The bulk of people consisted of students from the best universities in the country. Young brave guys and girls took to the streets of the city with banners and posters, they were not afraid of the fact that the country was occupied by the Germans. Enemy troops began to disperse the demonstrators by force - one of the students was shot on the spot. The commotion began, and many were arrested. Within a few days, boys, girls, teachers were arrested. Some were taken to be shot, and some were exiled to a concentration camp.
Hitler ordered the immediate closure of all educational institutions in the country, although there was no one to attend classes ... The universities resumed their work only after the war was over.
In 1942, the International Student Congress in London decided that November 17 will be a day of memory for Czech students. The holiday is not at all fun, it is celebrated in every locality in the world in memory of the victims of fascism. Young people of all nationalities and faiths protest against wars and conflicts. November 17 - International Students Day is the date when people remember innocent young and talented people who died innocent.
In our memory
Almost every higher educational institution in the country hosts a student holiday. Concerts, interesting events, master classes and, of course, the solemn laying of flowers to memorials.
Teachers and students receive congratulations on Student's Day (November 17) all over the world. After all, it's so nice to hear warm wishes and feel the support of close people.
Sometimes couples drag on like years!
But I beg you not to be bored today!
In the evening we are all honest people,
Let's celebrate our holiday!
Strive for knowledge and kindness,
There are a lot of them on Earth.
Bring the title of student with pride,
Granite science you gnaw at a frantic pace.
On the day of the student of the world
Be beautiful, clockwork,
A bright holiday celebrate,
But in the hostel do not be late!
Such congratulations on Student's Day, on November 17, can be written in a beautiful postcard and sent to the addressee.
Many universities host gay concerts. Students show their talents, put on small scenes.
You need to prepare in advance - take care of the decor of the hall, decorating it yourself with balls, flowers from paper and garlands. The main thing is to create a festive atmosphere that will raise the mood to the invited. After all, November 17 - International Students Day, and, therefore, everything should be done at the highest level.
Many educational institutions have programs for the exchange of students. For example, several Russians are flying abroad and live and study there for a year. And foreigners come to us, who are very interested in our culture, mentality. They study the language, try to understand traditions and laws. Give them a congratulation on Student's Day in prose in their native language and be sure to ask to speak at a festive concert! Invited viewers will immerse themselves in unfamiliar creativity with pleasure.
You do not need to make up a very complicated scenario on Student Day. Simple program: several musical numbers, reading poetry of his own composition, a merry scene - this will be quite enough.
Each educational institution has its own activists. And some universities send their representatives to schools where they hold talks with high school students, explain to them how important it is to get a good education, and how beautiful the years spent at the institute or academy are. Of course, it is also mentioned that November 17 is International Students Day. The history of the holiday touches schoolchildren to tears. The applicants are invited to celebratory events on the occasion of this holiday. They are happy to spend time with the company of older comrades and are eagerly awaiting admission to the university.
In advance, think over the scenarios for Student Day, select the presenter with a good diction. At the end of the holiday, you can launch a large number of balloons in the sky in memory of the deceased Czech students. Nothing that the holiday will end on such a sad note. Everyone will have a reassessment of values. After all, we often do not appreciate the good that we have.
Be sure to pay attention to the teachers. Give them flowers and good wishes. They give students not only knowledge, but also love them as their own children! November 17 (International Students' Day) is a holiday that directly affects the teaching staff!
It's never too late to learn - this is the truth that everyone must remember!