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Life and Society

  • Curriculum Aims

    • to develop in students a positive self-understanding, enhance competence to meet daily and future challenges, and pursue their goals and aspirations;

    • to enable students to make decisions for the optimal use of personal and community resources;

    • to develop students to become informed and responsible citizens to contribute to the development of a caring and just society; and

    • to cultivate in students sensitivity, interests and concern for local, national and global issues.

  • Curriculum Objectives

    • to understand personal and social development and arouse their interests in personal, social, national, and global issues;

    • to improve students' critical thinking and analytical skills to meet the challenges of life and the future; and

    • to build positive values and attitudes, cultivate students to become responsible citizens, and increase a sense of belonging to Hong Kong and the country as a whole.

  • Curriculum Framework and Outline

  • Study Approaches and Strategies

    • Issue-enquiry approach and multiple perspective thinking

      • Teachers should inspire students to learn about different topics and encourage them to set questions and search for answers. During the process of inquiry, students are encouraged to search for background information through personal experience, newspapers, books, and online materials. They will be able to examine the issues or materials from different perspectives and evaluate different points of view.

    •  Cater for students’ diverse needs​

      • Subject teachers should provide opportunities for students with different learning abilities to develop their strengths and enhance their generic skills through class observations, different forms of assignments and examinations.​

  • Assessment

    • Formative Assessment

      • Formative assessments include students’ class performance (e.g. active participation, asking questions, etc.), academic performance, preview performance, and test results to assess student performance throughout the year. Formative assessments of each class level account for 15% of the overall score of the Second Term Examination and the Final Examination.

    • Summative Assessment

      • There are three summative assessments throughout the year, mainly in the form of written examinations. The examinations include multiple-choice questions, blank-filling questions, short questions and data-response questions to assess students' abilities in identifying, applying, and analysing data.

  • Online Resources

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