Model United Nations - MUN
In order to educate global citizenship, on February 18, 22, KAZGUU SCHOOL organized the United Nations Model Conference - MUN, in which students of grades 7, 9, and 10 took part. The Organizing Committee consisted of the teacher of history and geography B. I. Shamshi, the teacher of history D.B. Karshiga, the teacher of English N.V. Kim and Joylen T. Gonzales.
Model United Nations is a scientific conference during which students reproduce the work of the Organization, raise and solve one of the global problems of the modern world on behalf of various UN member countries.
Our students acted as delegates from different countries, discussed the issue on the UN agenda, shared their views FOR and AGAINST the adoption of «a green» economy, participated in discussions, answered the questions, learned how to conduct official negotiations, found common between representatives of different countries.
The conference is held so that the students can develop their speaking, oratory, argumentation skills, improve leadership skills, the ability to share their opinion, listen to the opponent and learn to come to one common solution of the problem.
It also enables:
– try yourself in research activities on issues of world politics and diplomacy;
– learn more about the international decision-making system and the United Nations;
– acquire knowledge and understanding of local, national and global problems, interconnection and interdependence of different countries;
-acquire skills of critical thinking and analysis;
- acquire a sense of belonging to all mankind, a sense of compassion, solidarity and respect;
- improve the level of foreign language proficiency;
Hundreds of thousands of students around the world take part in such events every year. For KAZGUU SCHOOL, it was the first time that conference was organized. In the future, we plan for our students to take part in a similar conference together with students from other schools in the city, as we "Educate and raise the generation ready for self-realization and social adaptation in modern conditions of the rapidly changing world."