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Liberal Studies
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Yan Chai Hospital Wong Wha San Secondary School

2013-2014

S3 Liberal Studies

Teaching Schedule


 

Term 1

 

Cycle

Chapter

Lesson

Content

Evaluation

Language Objective(s)

Political, Economic and Social Conditions of Modern China

1

Ch1

L1

Introduction

 

1)      Revise Language pattern ‘cause and effect

 

2)      Strengthen the skill of expressing different viewpoints and opinions of different stakeholders

3)      Sequence :

First, then, next, finally etc.

L2

Establishment of the PRC (p.5-7)

 

L3

Constitution and National symbols of the PRC (p.7-9)

 

2

L4-5

National People’s Congress (p.11-15)

Worksheet

L6

Administration divisions of China (p.17-19)

 

3

L7

Meaning of ‘One country, Two Systems” (p.20-22)

Word puzzle 1 (Ch1)

L8-9

The road to reunification (23-25)

 

4

L10

China’s foreign affairs (p.26-28)

 

L11

China’s diplomatic relations with other countries (p.29-32)

DBQ p.20-21

L12

China’s achievement in foreign relations (p.32-36)

Class work p.35

5

Ch2

L13

Introduction of China’s economy

Period of planned economy (p.41)

 

L14

Reform and opening-up of China(p.42-43)

Class activity p.43

6

L15-16

Reasons for reforming state-owned enterprises(p.44-47)

 

L17-18

China’s opening-up policy(p.48-49)

Class activity p.49

Word puzzle 2 (Ch2)

Uniform Test 1 (29 Oct) (Ch1-2) (?????)

7

Ch2

 

L19

Expansion of China’s external trade(p.51-52)

Class activity p.52

 

L20

Urbanisation in China (p.54-55)

Editorial Review

8

L21

Gap between urban and rural areas in China (p.57)

 

L22

How to promote rural development? (p.58)

Class activity p.59

9

L23-24

Gap between the east and the west (p60-61)

 

L25

How to overcome the gap: Quing-Zang Railway (p.62)

Class activity p.63

10

L26

RPG (Cases about China)

RPG

L27

11

L28

Quiz (Ch3-4) (WLY)

Quiz

L29

Pollution in China (p.65)

 

12

L23

Shortage of resources in China (p.67-69)

 

L24

Disparity between the rich and the poor (p.69-70)

Class activity p.71

Basic Law Unit 5 The Basic Law an Hong Kong’s human right (1)

13

 

L25

Reason for the introduction of Basic law

 

 

 

L26

How does the Basic Law protect human rights in Hong Kong?

 

14

 

L27

How does the Basic Law help Hong Kong maintain Judicial independence and the rule of law?

Word Puzzle 3 (Basic law)

L28

First Term Final Exam (29 Jan-7 Feb) (?????)

Term 2

 

Cycle

Chapter

 

Content

Evaluation

Language Objective(s)

15

 

L29

Check the First Term Examination Paper

 

 

 

L30

 

Economic Globalisation

16

Ch1-2

L31

Introduction of economic globalisation (p.2-3)

Class activity p.5

To be confirmed in further CLPs.

L32

Characteristics of economic globalisation (p.4-8)

 

17

L33

 

L34

Stages of economic globalization (p.13-15)

Word Puzzle  (Ch1)

18

L35

Factors contributing to economic globalisation (p.16-20)

Class activity p.23

L36

 

19

L37

Impact of economic globalization: (p.25-28))

 Positive impact and negative impact

 

L38

Editorial Review

20

Ch3

L39

Impacts of financial market integration: (p.30-33))

 

L40

Revision

 

Uniform Test 2 (15 Apr) (Ch1) (?????)

21

Ch4

L41

Functions of different international organisations (p.34-35)

 

 

L42

Word Puzzle  (Ch2)

22

L43

How do international organizations promote economic globalisation?

 

L44

DBQ

23

 

L45

Quiz Ch2 (WLY)

Quiz

Basic Law : Free flow of money

23

7.1

L46

Can Hong Kong people make its own investment decisions and choose their own occupation?

 

 

24

L47

 

7.2

L48

How does the Basic Law help Hong Kong maintain free flow of money?

 

25

L49

Word puzzle  (Basic Law)

 

L50

Revision of Second term Final Exam

 

Second Term Final Exam (7 Jun- 21 Jun) (WLY)

 

 

Differentiation in S3 Liberal Studies Lessons

1.     Small Class:

Classes are divided into different groups. Teachers can spend more time on each group and have a better understanding the ability of each student.

 

2.     Group Collaboration Work:

In general, small task groups are encouraged in every Liberal Studies lesson. Students are encouraged to perform different tasks such as class activity, class discussion and personal sharing or presentation. Every student should contribute their effort. In fact, more capable students could offer assistance to those students who are lay behind during the lesson.

 

3.     Remedial class:

For lower English standard students, remedial class will be implemented after school in the coming year. Thirty students are selected according to their examination result last year. They are divided into two groups and teacher can help them with the support extra worksheet.

 

4.     Multiple Tasks:

Different types or levels of homework are designed to students who have different learning abilities. In addition, teachers give bonus marks to those students who are capable of achieving higher standard.


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