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Key Stage Two (a) Personal domain

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Chapter II Curriculum Framework

2.5 Curriculum contents at different Key Stages

2.5.2 Key Stage Two (a) Personal domain

2.5.2 Key Stage Two

(b) Family domain

Learning Objectives Examples of Learning Contents Examples of Related Skills

Examples of Related Values

and Attitudes

Show concern for the feelings and needs of family members and be willing to shoulder responsibilities as a member of the family

Appreciate the importance of traditional family values in maintaining family relationships in modern world through learning about the emphasis on family in Chinese culture

Further take on the roles and responsibilities of family members, e.g. sharing housework and being supportive to other members

Get to understand the feelings and needs of family members in different situations and enhance

communication within the family to contribute to family harmony

Take on the roles and responsibilities of family members appropriately

Master the ways to promote family harmony

Care for others

Responsibility

Commitment

Respect for others

Filial piety

Solidarity

Appreciative

Rationality

Mutuality

Show concern for senior family members in a respectful and sincere manner

Show concern for the seniors and maintain good communication, e.g. using courtesy phrases properly, respecting their opinions, expressing one’s opinions to senior family members in proper ways

Learn to analyse issues rationally and alleviate emotional stress when facing family conflicts, e.g. expressing views calmly, analysing the situation objectively and discussing possible coping strategies

Learn to show concern for the seniors in proper ways

Learn to deal with family conflicts calmly

Examples of extended learning contents

 Study the venues (e.g. ancestral and study halls) or activities (e.g. customs of veneration, festivals and ceremonies) relating to ancestry and families through different means (including field studies and exchange programmes) in order to understand the traditional emphasis on family relationships in Chinese culture

(c) Social domain

Learning Objectives Examples of Learning Contents Examples of Related Skills

Examples of Related Values and Attitudes

Be willing to take on the responsibilities as a student, serve schoolmates and the school with a sense of belonging to the school and establish good teacher-student relationships

Understand the roles and responsibilities of students, and the meanings of taking the initiative to serve their school and schoolmates, e.g. cleaning the classrooms and the school, taking care of school properties, and maintaining environmental hygiene of the school

Learn how to face frustration in the course of learning and enhance learning effectiveness, e.g. reflecting on past experiences, being modest in learning and willing to ask questions

Understand how to establish a good teacher-student relationship, e.g. being aware of the proper manners and attitudes in classroom, showing respect and gratitude to teachers

Develop a sense of responsibility and know the ways to serve the school and schoolmates

Set practical learning objectives

Learn the skills of self-reflection and problem-solving in learning

Care for others

Responsibility

Respect for others

Services

Rule of law

Law-abiding

Mutuality

Speak cautiously, practise

self-discipline and get along well with others in a rational and respectful manner

Think about what peers mean, learn how to get along well with them and develop friendship, e.g. being polite, treating others with sincerity, care and friendliness,

showing respect to friends, caring about people’s feelings, and being considerate; discuss the differences between friendship, affection and love, and learn how to develop and maintain a healthy love relationship

Develop self-control

Develop interpersonal skills

Learning Objectives Examples of Learning Contents Examples of Related Skills

Examples of Related Values and Attitudes

Assume

responsibilities towards society,e.g.

taking good care of public property, obeying rules and abiding by laws

Take on and commit to the roles and responsibilities as a member of society, e.g. taking an interest in social issues or participating in simple volunteer services, to further

enhance one’s identity as a citizen

Learn the importance of good neighbourhood and proper ways of getting along well with neighbours amicably, e.g.

greeting with nods and smiles and giving help when someone is in need

Know the basic facilities in the community, recognise the ways of making good use of them, and care about the community, e.g. cherishing and making good use of public facilities, complying with public order, and maintaining environmental hygiene in the community

As a citizen, learn how to work with the government to maintain social and public order

Acquire social skills and maintain amicable

relations with neighbours

Make good use of community facilities

Learn to abide by laws

Acquire the skills of collecting information on current issues

Examples of extended learning contents

 Discuss the definition of bullying and violence, and learn to face and deal with life events such as verbal abuse and cyber-bullying on the basis of respect, equality, love and concern

 Take the initiative to learn civic rights and responsibilities and show concern for social issues in Hong Kong, e.g. abiding by laws, respecting the importance of fairness, complying with public order and making comments on social policies

(d) National domain Learning

Objectives Examples of Learning Contents Examples of Related

Skills

Examples of Related Values and Attitudes

Develop an awareness of and concern for nature and environmental conservation through caring about the use of natural resources and environmental conservation in the country

Natural Resources (The Beautiful Country):

Understand the natural resources and environmental ecology of the country, appreciate its diversity of resources and develop an awareness of and concern for nature and environmental conservation

Develop an understanding of land resources, e.g. the situation of the agricultural land and land use, and learn to treasure land resources

Develop an understanding of water and marine resources, e.g.

the distribution of water and aquatic resources, and learn to treasure resources

Develop an understanding of the abundant animal resources of the country, including rare species and the relationship between animal resources and environment/ecology, and develop care for animals and an awareness of conservation

Identify the types and usage of important natural resources of the country

National identity

Rationality

Sincerity

Benevolence

Filial piety

Appreciative

Solidarity

Patriotism

Cultural heritage

Sustainable development

Learn about the close relationship between the country and Hong Kong in their development, understand the difficulties in the course of

Contemporary Development (Construction and Improvement):

Learn about the cooperation between the country and Hong Kong in joint constructions and improvements; understand the close connection and common roots of the two places, their joint efforts for prosperity, as well as the difficulties encountered in the course of development and the solutions to these problems

Understand the collaborative projects between the country and Hong Kong in fields such as infrastructure, economy and

Collect information to understand the current collaborative projects developed by the country and Hong Kong

Understand the

relationship between the country and Hong Kong

Learning

Objectives Examples of Learning Contents Examples of Related

Skills

Examples of Related Values and Attitudes collaboration,

explore the solutions, and develop a common sense of belonging

livelihood, education and culture

Understand the important roles and contributions of Hong Kong in the current development of the country, e.g. Hong Kong's geographical advantage, international connections, and the bridging role of Hong Kong in facilitating the

integration of China into the world in order to understand the close connection between the two places

Pay attention to the current issues of the country and be able to show concern for our compatriots through appropriate channels

Capture the

essence of Chinese culture, and put the virtues learnt into practice in daily life

Humanities (Virtues and Education):

Learn the wisdom in classics, develop virtues and elegance, and put them into practice in daily life

Develop virtues by learning the wisdom from the 24 solar terms, stories and Chinese proverbs, for example:

- The 24 solar terms: e.g. “Light Snow” and “Heavy Snow”

tell us to keep oneself warm and also remind us to cope with adversity with perseverance; “the Beginning of Spring” and “Spring Shower” suggest a renewal of life and

“encourage people to seize the opportune moments - Stories: e.g. “Nuwa Created Human Beings” describes

care and love; “Shennong Tasting Herbs” advocates real practice and some stories in “The Twenty-four Filial Exemplars” 《二十四孝》promote filial piety

- Proverbs: e.g. virtues of love, filial piety, integrity and thrift from “Three Character Classic” 《三字經》,

“Standards for Students” 《弟子規》and “Wisdom in

Identify the traditional virtues and wisdom in Chinese culture as shown in solar terms, proverbs and stories

Demonstrate Chinese virtues and put them into practice in daily life

Learning

Objectives Examples of Learning Contents Examples of Related

Skills

Examples of Related Values and Attitudes Chinese Proverbs” 《增廣賢文》

Rethink the value of traditional Chinese virtues in modern society and be willing to put the cultural virtues into practice in different aspects, e.g. family life, school life and friendship

Acquire a better understanding of the situations of the country from a historical

perspective, experience the process of exploration and advancement, thereby

understanding the directions for improvement, broadening horizons and affirming national identity

History (Exploration and Advancement):

Understand the continuous evolvement of historical

developments and experience the process of exploration and advancement, thereby identifying directions for improvement and broadening horizons through learning about the country by different means

Learn the important periods in Chinese history and appreciate the long and profound history and culture

Select and study historic events that reflect the process of exploration and advancement, for example:

- Zheng He’s voyages and exploration in the Ming Dynasty, which made contributions to aspects such as foreign affairs, trade and cultural dissemination

- Reform suggestions proposed in the late Qing Dynasty and the 1911 Revolution, which set the new order for the country

Identify historic figures who demonstrated spirits of

exploration and advancement in various fields (e.g. politics, science and technology, arts and culture, and academic studies), and learn their admirable qualities and contributions through stories

Learn the roles and contributions of important inventions in Chinese history (e.g. compass, paper, printing and

Learn about the important periods in Chinese history

Collect information to identify historic events

Collect information to understand the reasons why historic figures deserve admiration

Learning

Objectives Examples of Learning Contents Examples of Related

Skills

Examples of Related Values and Attitudes gunpowder) to the progress of world civilisation

Examples of extended learning contents

 Natural Resources (The Beautiful Country): Know the resources in travel industry, including characteristics of famous tourist spots and attractions and be concerned about the utilisation of these resources by the country

 Contemporary Development (Construction and Improvement): Understand the crucial role the country is playing in the current development of Hong Kong, e.g. the opportunities for sustainable development of Hong Kong brought by the potential of the Mainland market and its demand for services, and learn the difficulties faced by both places in the process of development and the possible solutions

 Humanities (Virtues and Education): Learn the traditional toys and entertainments for children such as kites, spinning tops, windmills and tangram, and appreciate the time-honoured customs of Chinese culture

 History (Exploration and Advancement): Starting from a neighbouring region, study the connection of historic figures, events and venues in Guangdong to Hong Kong to deepen the understanding that Guangdong and Hong Kong are closely connected and have the same roots

(e) Global domain

Learning Objectives Examples of Learning Contents Examples of Related Skills

Examples of Related Values

and Attitudes

Establish a global perspective and embody the spirit of humanitarianism by learning about issues of global concern

Know the issues of global concern and their impact, and understand the importance of international cooperation in promoting the awareness of unity and mutual help, as well as seeking collective development

Be able to see global

phenomena from global and humanitarian perspectives

List issues of global concern

Equality

Human rights

Freedom

Rule of law

Democracy

Mutuality

Betterment of humankind

Learn and explore core values of the age such as respect, care, equality, democracy,

freedom, rule of law and human rights, and develop an awareness of global citizenship

Learn the spirit involved in addressing common issues of concern through international cooperation, e.g. mutual benefit, innate equality and basic rights of human beings in the context of international cooperative organisations, and learn to live harmoniously with others based on these universal values

Understand that universal values are compatible with Chinese culture, e.g. the concept of “love for others” is complementary to the concept of benevolence in traditional Chinese culture

Acquire the skills of making judgements based on

universal values

Identify key functions of some major international cooperative organisations

Examples of extended learning contents

 Based on the disaster in a specific country/region (e.g. the Great East Japan Earthquake and the tsunami in South East Asia), study how international cooperation contributes to the rescue and relief work and facilitates the betterment of humankind

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