The moral education activity was divided into two chapters。Chapter 1: Patriotism and Respect for Ancestors which included, a poster display, watching The Battle at Changjin Lake, and recalling revolutionary martyrs. Chapter 2. Was called Love the Elders at Home which included, celebrating the Double Ninth Festival for the elderly in the community.
During the National Day holiday, middle school students watched the film, The Battle at Lake Changjin, which stirred their soul. The martyrs dyed the national flag red with their blood and built the Great Wall with their bodies. The students were made aware of the difficulties of the revolution and the dedication of their ancestors. They were deeply touched. Therefore, the students grasped the brush as the medium to display their inner admiration and gratitude for the revolutionary martyrs on posters. They were full passion and won the praise of the sixth-grade students.
By travelling in a time machine, we can examine history and observe a surge of patriotism. It was a difficult but passionate time. The admiration and moving emotions of students should not only take place on days like national day. Patriotism is our duty, but not only our duty, patriotism should also take a place in our hearts and feelings.
Every child will encounter elders. Their hair is becoming gray, and their movements are slowing down, but they add value to our lives and still take care of us. Elders love to tell us stories from long ago but also still silently prepare meals during a reunion. They teach us how to behave and work and protect us from trouble. In their eyes, we are unique and “cute". Elders are our grandparents, grandfathers, and grandmothers.
The Double Ninth Festival is our traditional festival, which means "respect for the elderly" and "company". With love, the seventh-grade students went to Vanke Youshan elderly activity center in October to present a wonderful literary performance for the elderly.
The rich, colorful, and traditional cultural experiences have branded a proud "Chinese mark" on the hearts of Qingpu Xiehe students. Filial piety is the first seed to be planted in our hearts to give us happiness in life. I hope children will always be grateful and spread the traditional virtues of the Chinese nation from generation to generation!