Sumgait Dunya School's inquisitive fourth-grade students recently embarked on a poignant journey to the home museums of national heroes General Polad Hashimov and Mehrab Niftaliyev.
Polad Hashimov and Mehrab Niftaliyev
Sumgait Dunya School's inquisitive fourth-grade students recently embarked on a poignant journey to the home museums of national heroes General Polad Hashimov and Mehrab Niftaliyev. This educational outing was skillfully aligned with their unit on role models, offering a profound exploration into the lives of these heroic figures.
Upon entering the home museums, the students observed a vivid narrative of the heroes' lives, commemorating their sacrifice during the 44-day Patriotic War to reclaim our lands from enemies. The exhibits showcased personal artifacts, photographs, and accounts, providing an intimate insight into the courageous journeys of General Polad Hashimov and Mehrab Niftaliyev.
As the students observed through the home museums, they encountered stories of resilience, patriotism, and selflessness, instilling a deep sense of admiration for these national role models. The field trip served as a bridge between classroom teachings and real-life examples, reinforcing the values of bravery and sacrifice.
The heroes' relatives, passionate about preserving the legacy of these heroes, guided the students with warmth and expertise, answering questions and fostering a sense of connection with the nation's history. The experience not only broadened the students' understanding of heroism but also sparked reflections on the qualities that make someone a true role model.
The field trip concluded with a moment of reflection and gratitude as the students left the home museums, their hearts enriched with newfound respect for the sacrifices made by General Polad Hashimov and Mehrab Niftaliyev. This journey into the lives of our national heroes proved to be an impactful lesson, inspiring the students to carry forward the spirit of courage and resilience in their own lives.