«Մխիթար Սեբաստացի» կրթահամալիր. ինչպես սկսվեց ամեն ինչ

Կարդացի Տիար Բլեյանի հարցազրույցը

Տիար Բլեյանը 1985 թվականին նշանակվեց թ. 183 նորաբաց դպրոցի տնօրեն: Ինչպես նա է նշում իր բախտը բերեց, որովհետև իր պես <<խելառ>> երկու Աշոտների` Աշոտ Մանուչարյանն ու Աշոտ Դաբաղյանը, իր օգնականներն էին, դպրոցի փոխտնօրենները: Ու նրանք` երեք Աշոտներով որոշեցին ստեղծել դպրոց: 1989-ին Հայաստանի կառավարությանը կարողացան համոզել ընդունել իրենց կրթական նախագիծը: Այդպես ստեղծվեց «Մխիթար Սեբաստացի» կրթահամալիրը: Տիրար Բլեյանը պատմում է, որ ամենասկզբում Մայր դպրոցն էր: Հետո ավելացավ այսօրվա Դպրոց-պարտեզը, այնուհետև Հիմնական դպրոցը, հետո` Նոր դպրոցը, Արհեստների դպրոցը, վերջում` Մեդիակենտրոնը:

 

What My Signature Says About My Personality.

I usually sign according to my mood sometimes I sign the first letters of my name and surname, other times I sign only my name but never my last name. Signing the first letter of my name and surname I don’t know exactly what says about my personality but signing my name means represents my private or family self . When I sign by my name , between the letters I will not let any space which represents the fact that  I don’t wish to keep my public and private self separate. Even though the letters are stuck to each other but  still it’s legible which implies that I’m a person with clear objectives and ideas. Just like most of the signatures my signature also is horizontal which is known as emotionally stable person and that I’m satisfied with the way my life is going. And of course this signature of mine isn’t for a lifetime, through life our signature changes as our personality changes.

Stereotypes about Dutch People

7 common stereotypes about Dutch people

All Dutch are tall, have blond hair and blue eyes

This stereotype is indeed true only if you consider the people who are ethnically Dutch. Dutch people are the tallest people in the world with 1.84m on average for men and 1.70 for women. Dying your hair blond and putting on blue contact lenses won’t make you feel any special in the Netherlands. However, with the arrival of immigrants from all over the world, this once-a-fact can be just another stereotype.

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The Dutch wear wooden shoes

They are quite popular with little kids and people in rural areas. Dutch people make them so tourists can buy them. If you think we’re still wearing them. The Dutch say<<fine as long as you buy a lot of them>>.

Common Stereotypes about Dutch People

All Dutch speak English

Dutch study English from an early age in a good education system and this combined with the similarities between the two languages ensures that you never have to bring a language guide to the Netherlands. You can ask for pretty much anything in Netherlands. Waitresses on the tourist squares are more likely to approach you in English than in Dutch and even if you try to speak Dutch, the Dutch will almost always switch to English in order to make it easier for you.

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Every Dutch keeps at least a dozen bicycles

There are more bicycles than people in the Netherlands. For short distances, people prefer biking over driving and walking. Dutch also take pride in decorating their bikes. Every morning thousands of Dutch school kids will take their bikes and ride distance up to 20km to get to school. Every season, rain or shine, summer or winter Dutch are seen on their bikes. There is probably nowhere else you will see many women in elegant dresses or skirts pedaling on their bikes