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Sharing of Teaching Resources: Enabling students to experience the real world in their English lessons

 
Teachers' Information
  • Ms LUK Ka-yan, Chermaine, Mr. DRYSDALE, Matthew James, Mr. TOONG, Kevin Michael, Ms HO Kin-ling, Holly, Ms WONG Hiu-ching, Rachel
  • Good Hope School
  • Teachers presented with the Award of Chief Executive’s Award for Teaching Excellence (2014/2015)
  • Subject taught: English Language
 
Teaching Philosophy
“With the vision to provide quality education and individual attention and care for students, Good Hope School has developed as integrated approach of teaching English in class, blending English Language, literature and drama together to provide various creative platforms for the students to put textbook knowledge into practice. This teaching philosophy, coupled with strategically-designed co-curricular activities, can allow students to learn through experience.”
 
Teachers' Sharing
Fostering a lifelong interest in the English Language
The ultimate goal of English teaching at Good Hope School is to develop a well-rounded English Language capability in our students. To this end students are given a rich array of learning opportunities both inside and outside the classroom. An integrated approach combining English Language, literature and drama education is adopted. Through this, we aim to develop in students the confidence and capability to use the language. More importantly, we hope to foster in our students a lifelong interest and appreciation for English as both a learning tool and as a global language for communication and creativity.
 
Developing students' talents in language arts
We contribute to the development of students via two main threads: through the formal English curriculum - i.e. classroom-based delivery of English lessons - and through co-curricular activities. This has been particularly notable in the areas of Musical Theatre & Drama, Debating, Public Speaking, Publications and Reading, which play important roles in the language and whole-person development of the students at the school.
 
Encouraging participation for all
The English panel firmly believes that equal opportunities should be given to all students in developing their English proficiency. Conscious efforts are made to develop inclusive learning activities that can cater for students of all levels of ability. We feel so pleased and satisfied as all our students are actively engaged in the process of learning and acquire an improvement not only in their command of English, but also their character, communication and problem-solving skills, as well as learning the values of teamwork, commitment, self-discipline and leadership.
 
Sharing of Resources
Teaching Practices
 
Drama Education
 
 
 
     
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