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Sharing of Teaching Resources: Making a difference with the reader-based English curriculum

 
Teachers' Information
  • Ms Lui Man-chi, Ms Ng Pui-yee, Ms LAW Hoi-yee, Ms LI Wai-man
  • HKFYG LEE Shau Kee Primary School
  • Teachers presented with the Certificate of Merit of Chief Executive’s Award for Teaching Excellence (2018/2019)
  • Subjects Taught: English Language
 
Teaching Philosophy
Being huge lovers of reading, the teachers strongly believe that all students can learn and acquire English successfully in an authentic language-rich environment filled with theme-based readers, interesting classroom activities and effective learning approaches that enhance students’ competence in using English naturally.
 
Teachers' Sharing
Our school has undergone a curriculum reform since 2016. We decided to replace textbooks with theme-based readers. We expect students to read widely and do home reading daily with a view to cultivating students’ reading habits. The new “reader-based” curriculum for students in Key Stage 1 enhances students’ English competency naturally in the language-rich environment.
 
The new teaching approach puts emphasis on speaking practices prior to writing tasks. From our daily observation, our students can speak more confidently and are more ready to write independently, as compared with the previous textbook-based curriculum. Besides, a range of interesting learning activities were integrated into our school-based curriculum for students to apply their skills and knowledge to further enhance and extend their learning.
 
Sharing of Resources
Teaching Practices
 
Sharing Teaching Materials
 
 
 
     
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