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President Ho Chi Minh loves teenagers and children very much. Not only loving, Uncle Uncle also very interested in educating the children. Uncle said that children are the future masters of the country, so it is necessary to train children in revolutionary morality as soon as possible. Many generations of Vietnamese teenagers and children always remember the 5 things Uncle taught. Thoidaihaitac.vn would like to send you the content of 5 things Uncle Ho taught children.

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5 things Uncle Ho taught

  • 1. 5 things Uncle Ho taught teenagers and children
  • 2. Guide to follow the 5 things Uncle Ho taught
  • 3. The origin of 5 things Uncle Ho taught teenagers and children

1. 5 things Uncle Ho taught teenagers and children

Currently, the manuscript of the letter to teenagers and children is still kept at the Ho Chi Minh Museum. Specifically, the content of the letter contained Uncle’s instructions as follows:

“The children also joined the fight by doing the following things:

Love the Fatherland, love the compatriots

Study well, work well

Good solidarity, good discipline

Maintain hygiene,

Honest and brave.”

However, in the Uncle Ho Prize book – a book dedicated to rewarding teachers and students with outstanding achievements in the 1964-1965 school year, the things Uncle Ho taught are printed completely as follows:

Love the Fatherland, love the compatriots

Study well, work well

Good solidarity, good discipline

Maintain good hygiene,

Humble, honest, brave”.

To explain the above difference, President Ho’s secretary – Comrade Vu Ky said: As the end of 1965 was nearing, in order to prepare for the reward of teachers and students at the end of the school year, Uncle Ho Seeing the five things Uncle Ho taught teenagers and children before, the first three sentences had 06 words and the last two sentences had four words, so it was not balanced, so Uncle thought and added more so that each sentence had enough 06 words.

And especially, in the 5th admonition Uncle has two more words “modest”. Because from 1965 onward, the US Empire expanded the war and bombed the North to devastate the North. Vietnamese citizens followed President Ho Chi Minh’s call, “Each person works with two to repay the South Vietnamese compatriots. meat” so there are more and more examples of good people and good deeds. These examples of good people and good deeds are not limited to any audience or age. In the North, there are many brave children who save lives and goods; and in the South appeared warriors to destroy America.

Because of these things, Uncle did not want the children to be proud, but wanted them to be humble. Because only being humble can you continue to strive for more and make more progress.

And so, the five things Uncle Ho taught with a 6-word sentence each became widely popular in schools in Vietnam and made the children enthusiastically compete to achieve good results. contribute to the cause of the struggle for national liberation and national construction.

Today, continuing to study and follow Ho Chi Minh’s thought and morality is still being propagated and disseminated widely. In schools, especially in elementary schools, teachers and school administrators still follow 05 things Uncle Ho taught To educate and shape the character of the children.

2. Guide to follow the 5 things Uncle Ho taught

Currently, most of the team members in the whole school can memorize the 5 things Uncle Ho taught, but many students still do not know how to do and follow those things? Why do you need to do it yourself? Understanding the meaning of the 5 things Uncle Ho taught each student is very necessary. Because the 5 things Uncle Ho taught is a summary of Uncle Ho’s own training experience in order to encourage Vietnamese teenagers in labor and learning. At the same time, the 5 things Uncle Ho taught are the goals and program of educating Vietnamese teenagers and children, demonstrating the comprehensiveness, including morality, intelligence, aesthetics, and physical fitness to build a young generation with enough virtue, talent enough.

However, the children do not follow the 5 things Uncle taught, but must understand and perform properly with their functions and duties. So, let’s find out the meaning of the 5 things Uncle Ho taught:

* Article 1: Love the country, love the people.

Love the country means: Having knowledge about the fine traditions of the nation and the locality, actively participating in preserving and promoting good traditions. The study of History and Geography is the student who has shown the above idea.

Love fellow countrymen: It is the love of compatriots expressed in daily life, how to communicate, how to behave with people around, with family and friends, teachers, mutual affection and help each other in life as well. as in learning.

* Article 2: Study well, work well.

Study well ie: Determining the right motivation and attitude to study, studying hard in all subjects. Students not only learn in books and notebooks but also have to learn more outside of everyday life. Specifically: at home, fully prepare lessons, prepare books, and thoughtful study tools. Come to class, pay attention to listen to her lecture, actively speak, take full notes, etc…

Good Labor: It is to know how to love labor, to know how to appreciate the results and values ​​of labor that you or others bring. Know how to perform moderate labor, actively participate in working with the team. Specifically: The day-to-day school and class; Take good care of flower beds and ornamental plants in the school. At home, know how to help parents with small tasks according to their strength.

In short, labor helps us improve health, perseverance, patience and form good habits.

* Article 3: good solidarity, good discipline.

Good Solidarity: Solidarity is expressed in the relationships between friends, brothers and sisters in the family, in the collective and further in the community. Friendship is about caring and helping each other in learning, trying to overcome difficulties together, and making progress in learning together.

Good discipline: Shown in good observance of school rules and regulations, as well as general rules in public places.

* Article 4 : Maintain good hygiene.

Maintain hygiene at school, at home, in public as well as maintain the personal hygiene of each student. Specifically: at school, put garbage in the right place, do not throw garbage indiscriminately. At home, know how to maintain hygiene around the house. In public places, maintain general hygiene. About yourself, you must know how to keep your body clean; dress, hair neatly; eat cooked, drink boiling…

* Article 5: Humility, honesty, courage

Modest: Being not arrogant, being polite to grandparents, teachers and parents. Know how to respect elders, know how to speak softly, know how to speak when asked by elders …

True: Being honest, not lying in life, in study. Must have an honest lifestyle with everyone, with teachers, with friends and especially with grandparents and parents.

brave: As a noble human virtue, a brave person is one who acknowledges his own shortcomings and shortcomings. Brave people are always loved by everyone.

Uncle Ho is the person who always expects the most in the children’s class of the country. All of Uncle Ho’s love and care is for Vietnamese children. Because as Uncle used to say:

Children like young leaf on branches

Knowing eat sleep, said education is good.

Many years have passed, in Vietnam, we have had many great changes and great historical events, but Uncle Ho’s teachings are still forever and always encouraging young people in all regions of the country to study. and train to build the country.

Teachers hope that by understanding the meaning of the 5 things Uncle Ho taught, the children will try their best to study and practice the 5 things Uncle taught, strive to become good children, good students, good team members, grandchildren. good Uncle Ho. And in order for them to really see, what must we do to realize the 5 things Uncle Ho taught?

Do the following 10 things:

1. Love school, love class, consider school as your second home. Know how to keep the school clean – beautiful. Preserving facilities, desks, chairs, classrooms and trees and ornamental plants in the school. Know how to protect local works and historical relics;

2. Know how to love grandparents, parents, teachers, the elderly and children. Know how to help the elderly, children and unfortunate people in trouble and difficulties. Well implemented the movement “Drink water, remember the source”, the heart “Love dearly and dearly”, “Good leaves protect torn leaves”…

3. Emulating the movement of “Study well”, building their own learning methods in class as well as at home to improve learning results;

4. Participate enthusiastically in cleaning sessions for schools and classrooms. There is a high sense of care and protection of trees in the school. Participating in household chores that suit you to help your parents…

5. Build solidarity with friends in class, in school, no quarrels, no fights. Know how to help friends in study as well as in daily life;

6. Strictly comply with the rules set by the school and the Union. Actively participating in the movement “Thousand good deeds”;

7. Know how to maintain personal hygiene, participate in sports to exercise and improve health. Have a high sense of keeping the school “Green – clean – beautiful”;

8. Be gentle with friends, not arrogant, do not look down on friends. Know how to behave properly with teachers and friends;

9. Be honest, honest, do not lie to parents, teachers and friends.

10. Know how to admit mistakes when you do wrong, when you trouble people. Boldly speaking in learning and participating in Team activities and social activities. Boldly fulfill your dreams and ambitions.

Hopefully, the team members will always strive to become good children and good children of Uncle Ho.

3. The origin of 5 things Uncle Ho taught teenagers and children

46 years ago, in 1961, on the occasion of the 20th Anniversary of the founding of the Vietnam Young Pioneers Team (May 15, 1941 – May 15, 1961), at the request of the Central Committee of the Lao Youth Union. In Vietnam, President Ho Chi Minh sent a letter to teenagers and children. The Ho Chi Minh Museum still keeps a manuscript of that letter. In the letter, Uncle Ho advised: “You also participate in the struggle by doing the following things:

Love the Fatherland, love the compatriots
Study well, work well
Good solidarity, good discipline
Maintain hygiene,
Honest and brave.”

But in the book of Uncle Ho’s Prize, which is reserved for rewarding teachers and students with excellent academic achievements in the 1964-1965 school year, the five things Uncle Ho taught above are fully printed:

“Love the Fatherland, love the compatriots”
Study well, work well
Good solidarity, good discipline
Maintain good hygiene,
Humble, honest, brave”.

(The words “so nice” and the words “modest” were added to the last two sentences, so each sentence has 6 words.)

Comrade Vu Ky, secretary of President Ho Chi Minh, said: “This is so because near the end of 1965, in order to prepare rewards for teachers and students at the end of the school year, Uncle Ho saw 5 things he taught were lacking. For adults and children from 1965 and earlier, the first 3 sentences each have 6 words and the last 2 sentences each have only 4 words, so it’s not balanced. Uncle thought and added 6 words to each sentence.

In particular, in the fifth sentence, Uncle added the word “Humility” because from 1965 onward, the US imperialists began to expand their wars, bombarded the North, and listened to the sacred call of President Ho Chi Minh. Minh “Each person works with two to give back to his relatives in the South”, so there are more and more examples of “Good people doing good deeds” of all ages. in the North appeared many examples of brave children saving lives and goods; In the South, there were many examples of brave soldiers who destroyed America. But Uncle does not want them to be proud, but wants them to be humble, because humility will help them improve forever. I also highly appreciate the humility in you. Uncle said: “In the US, people kill each other just for paper money, but in Vietnam, children know how to live… When a 6-year-old child went out with a friend, his friend tripped. fell into the pond, if you run back to call an adult, you will die, he immediately clings to the grass by the pond, stretches out his tiny leg, tells you to “cling here, cling here”. Even though I’m young, I know how much I love you. Loving you, smart and brave, you are humble again, saving lives without bragging. Civilization triumphs over tyranny. Our society is more civilized than American society from the actions of such children.”

And the 5 things Uncle Ho teaches teenagers and children have been widely disseminated in schools in Vietnam. Following his teachings, Vietnamese teenagers and children enthusiastically participated in the “Two Goods” movement, the “Children do a thousand good deeds” movement. It is their small contributions that have made a worthy contribution to the cause of the struggle for national independence and the cause of national construction.

Today, in the cause of national renewal, the 5 things Uncle Ho taught teenagers are still valuable lessons for each child to memorize, study, practice and follow.

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