HCM City wants 50 per cent of high school graduates attaining certifiable international standard proficiency in foreign languages by 2020, according to the city Department of Education.
In the heart of buzzing HCM City is a small group of young people teaching English to hearing-impaired students. They are part of the Hear.Us.Now (HUN) community project that offers education access to English language, computer science and life skills training.
Trần Thị Thúy’s world opened up after she read a magazine that was in both Vietnamese and English. She then became an English teacher. Her classroom has often been on a computer screen because she wants her students to make friends all over the world.
Teacher Trần Thị Thúy uses innovative methods to help local students study English and connect with thousands of friends around the world.
It was two o’clock on a Friday afternoon when 13-year-old Lê Văn Tiến stepped into a tiny classroom behind the Pediatrics Department at HCM City Hospital of Oncology.
At the age of 24, Khang A Tủa, an ethnic Mông minority, has become one of 54 first students of the Fulbright University Vietnam (FUV).
Many young Japanese women have volunteered in Việt Nam. They have made considerable contributions to the friendship between the two countries.
Experts and speakers from Oxford University Press, Cambridge University, MacMillan Education and National Geographic Learning outlined new ways of teaching English using technology during a conference held yesterday in Hà Nội.