Curriculum

Highlights

1. PLPR-W Program: In September 2013, the school joined the PLPR-W program provided by EDB. Since then, there are four lessons from Primary 1 to Primary 3 every week co-taught by the native English teacher, the local English teacher and the classroom assistant. Now teachers are working on developing differentiated instructions to cater for students' various learning needs.


2. DTS: Since 2017, we have been collaborating with the EDB NET Section and engaged in the project of Development of Text Sets (DTS) for Enriching the School-based English Language Curriculum at the Primary Level. Students are exposed to different modal texts to build up learning concepts. It is hoped that school-based reading text sets can be developed to sustain KS2 students' reading interest, guide these students to read across the curriculum and develop their critical literacy and high-order thinking skills. Two units using multi-modal texts will be implemented in the whole school year.


3. Thinking and KWL: This year, the main goal of our school plan is promoting high-order thinking. English teachers will take KWL or promoting visible thinking of students as the focus of our co-planning. For senior levels, teachers will design one task per level using KWL during co-planning so as to prepare students before the lesson and prompt students to reflect on their learning outcome.


4. Extensive Reading: A levelled reader scheme is implemented to enhance students reading interest and proficiency. In addition, an oversea e-reading platform is subscribed.


5. Writing Portfolio: Students have to build up their own writing portfolio throughout the school year. Students are taught self-reviewing and editing skills with the help of a list specifying the language features they are supposed to learn in a particular piece of writing work every week.


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