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    監製:Choi Fung-ling

    21/07/2021
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    Learning History through Games

    History does not change, but the perspectives and methods to learn history can keep abreast of the times. The conventional ways to study Chinese History are reading from textbooks and rote learning. To dispel the prejudice that Chinese history is boring and has no practical value, Miss CHAN employs playful teaching in class and interesting extra-curricular activities. She asks students to simulate different historical scenes and assume the mindset of ancient people. This method not only enhances students’ interest in Chinese history, but also allows them to understand the causes and effects of historical events in depth.

    Apart from learning the basic knowledge and historical facts, Miss CHAN also attaches importance to students’ knowing of the mindset and value of ancient people, such that they can reflect on the inspiration brought to their lives.


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    • Exercise Makes Me Happy

      Exercise Makes Me Happy

      Exercise Makes Me Happy

      Every student has the right to be happy, even students with impairment of intelligence and special educational needs are no exception. The three Physical Education teachers (LEE Man-wai, FAN Kit-ying and LAU Ka-man) of Hong Chi Morninglight School, Yuen Long actively develop a pleasant all-round physical education culture on campus. Through home-school co-operation, the teachers hope that exercise could become a lifelong friend of students, such that they will love exercising and be happy throughout their lives.

      04/08/2021
    • Playful Picture Books

      Playful Picture Books

      Playful Picture Books

      Award: Chief Executive’s Award for Teaching Excellence(Kindergarten Education)
      School: TWGHs Ko Teck Kin Memorial Kindergarten
      Teachers: YEUNG Shuk-yee, LEE So-kuen, WONG Po-yee

      The teachers employ integrated arts teaching strategies to design diverse learning curriculum. They take arts as the teaching framework and picture books as the major teaching material, integrate the six learning areas of Kindergarten Education and spice up the curriculum with elements like visual arts, music and physical dance, enabling students to learn from various stories. The teachers not only encourage students to express themselves and demonstrate creativity, but they also want to guide students to develop curiosity like artists and independent thinking.

      28/07/2021
    • Learning History through Games

      Learning History through Games

      Learning History through Games

      History does not change, but the perspectives and methods to learn history can keep abreast of the times. The conventional ways to study Chinese History are reading from textbooks and rote learning. To dispel the prejudice that Chinese history is boring and has no practical value, Miss CHAN employs playful teaching in class and interesting extra-curricular activities. She asks students to simulate different historical scenes and assume the mindset of ancient people. This method not only enhances students’ interest in Chinese history, but also allows them to understand the causes and effects of historical events in depth.

      Apart from learning the basic knowledge and historical facts, Miss CHAN also attaches importance to students’ knowing of the mindset and value of ancient people, such that they can reflect on the inspiration brought to their lives.

      21/07/2021
    • Read More, Speak More

      Read More, Speak More

      Read More, Speak More

      Award: The Certificate of Merit of the Chief Executive’s Award for Teaching Excellence(English Language Education Key Learning Area)
      School: Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups Lee Shau Kee Primary School
      Teachers: NG Pui-yee, LUI Man-chi, LI Wai-man, LAW Hoi-yee

      Five years ago, several English subject department heads determinedly reformed the curriculum planning, to promote a teaching policy of extensive reading and “speak before they write”.

      Under the reform, the teachers abandon textbooks and collect suitable English books in the community and use them as their teaching materials. They aim to expand the vocabulary lists of the students through their extensive reading. Lower primary students will read over a hundred books per year, so as to enhance their senses of English language. Teachers will not teach grammar in the lower primary class, but through hearing and reading, students will naturally understand sentence structure and can avoid the boring pain of learning grammar.

      After the input of reading, students are provided with opportunities to output. There will be a lot of discussion and sharing sessions, in which the large amount of oral practices can help students improve their language expression skills, thereby enabling them to write at ease in the future.

      16/07/2021
    • Students Surpassing Teachers

      Students Surpassing Teachers

      Students Surpassing Teachers

      Award: The Certificate of Merit of the Chief Executive’s Award for Teaching Excellence (Physical Education Key Learning Area)
      School: The Hong Kong Taoist Association Ching Chung Secondary School
      Teachers: MA Ka-chun, YU Chi-hang

      “Supporting Elite Sports”
      The two teachers are dedicated to nurturing their students’ potential and interest in basketball and handball. Through inter-school competitions, they cultivate their students’ positive values and attitudes, such as self-confidence and perseverance, to have them prepared for entering the society in the future.

      “Promoting Sports in the Community”
      In order to cater for the differences in the abilities of different students and increase their interest in sports, the two teachers introduce a variety of new sports continuously in the physical education lessons, such as dodgebee, flyball and Mölkky, to allow students to broaden their horizons and unleash their potentials in the less common sports, thereby achieving the whole-person development.

      09/07/2021