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  • Discuss together
  • Vocational Training Council Hong Kong Institute of Vocational Education (IVE)

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  • 1. Activity 5 – A very poor family
  • 2. 3. Discuss how individuals, NGOs and the government can help poor families. (p.60)
    • Group Discussion
    • 4 students in a group
    • Time: 6 mins
    • Report what you have discussed
  • 3. 3. Discuss how individuals, NGOs and the government can help poor families.
    • Individuals can donate money and resources to poor families.
    • NGOs can provide tutoring services to children in poor families.
    • The government can offer more training courses to people who have low skill and low education levels.
  • 4. Revision Education p.21-27
  • 5. Vocabulary
    • Pre-primary education
    • ( 學前教育 )
    • Higher education
    • ( 高等教育 )
    • Post-secondary education
    • ( 專上教育 )
    • Vocational education
    • ( 職業教育 )
    • Special education
    • ( 特殊教育 )
  • 6. Vocabulary
    • Education reform
    • ( 教育改革 )
    • Small-class teaching
    • ( 小班教學 )
    • Primary One Admission System
    • ( 小一入學統籌辦法 )
    • Secondary School Places Allocation System
    • ( 中學學位分配辦法 )
    • Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Examination
    • ( 香港中學文憑考試 )
  • 7. What is education?
    • Education refers to any types of learning activities, including
    • school education,
    • family education,
    • personal further education, etc.
  • 8. Why education is important?
    • Education allows people to increase knowledge and develop skills.
    • It helps people become more competitive in the society and develop correct values.
    • Education can develop talents. It helps improve socio-economic development ( 社會和經濟發展 ).
  • 9. Types and stages of education in Hong Kong
    • Basic education:
    • Pre-primary education ( 學前教育 )
    • Primary education
    • Junior secondary education (S.1-3)
    • Senior secondary education and post-secondary education:
    • Senior secondary education (S.4-6)
    • Post-secondary education ( 專上教育 )
  • 10. Problems with the education system in Hong Kong
    • Students:
    • Face pressure
    • Lack motivation and interest in learning
    • The society and parents usually neglect ( 忽視 ) students’ physical and arts development
  • 11.
    • Teachers:
    • Heavy workload ( 工作量 )
    • Face more stress from work because of education reforms
  • 12.
    • Teaching resources:
    • Small-class teaching still cannot be fully implemented in Hong Kong.
    • The government forces school that do not have enough students to close down.
  • 13. Future development of education in Hong Kong
    • The government has increased people’s opportunities to receive higher education and promoted continuous education ( 持續進修 ).
    • It has allocated ( 分配 ) more resources to education reforms in order to reduce teachers’ workload.
    • It will provide land to develop private universities ( 私立大學 ) and have integrated ( 融合 ) development with the mainland education.
  • 14. Reminders
    • 1. N ewspaper cutting
    • Deadline: 30/3 Day 1 (Wednesday)
    • If you can hand in on 28/3 Day 2 (Monday), you can get 1 tick.
    • 2. Form Test
    • Education p.21-27
    • Poverty p.47-53
    • 31/3 Day 2 (Thursday)