Methods of using character and language in stories to teaching Vietnam history from 10th century to 18th century in high school


  • Pham Thi Huyen Trang Tan Trao University Tuyen Quang



historical figure, History, teaching methods, Vietnam


This paper aims to proposes methods of using stories about historical figures in teaching Vietnamese history (from the 10th to the 18th century), with a focus on the interest of students with lessons. Vietnamese history (from the tenth to eighteenth centuries) has an important position in the entire development process of the nation's history. This was the independent feudal period, the period that witnessed the rise and fall of Vietnam's feudal system through the stages, the period that made its mark with the resistance wars against foreign invaders. This passage has many national heroes, typical characters, cultural celebrities with great influence on history, is an extremely rich and diverse source of materials for teachers to exploit and put into teaching. History subject in high school helps students to understand deeply and remember historical events for a long time. At the same time, building emotional stories about historical figures will help shape good character and educate students on patriotism. By using quantitative methods and qualitative methods. And data samples collection was based on statistics of Vietnamese historical figures from the 10th to the 18th century, survey questions for students and teachers, number of test scores after each lesson, assessment of learners' feelings, Positive, creative and conscious attitude of students. The study results show that Students enjoy the lesson, actively participate in the lesson as well as enthusiastic about the teacher's problem questions. Through lessons in telling stories of historical characters, students' abilities are developed at different levels: knowing, understanding, applying and creating.