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Moral and National Education: Review Tools

在文檔中 Moral and National Education (頁 137-150)

To facilitate schools to have effective curriculum planning on Moral and National Education (MNE), the following tool is provided for reference in which schools can review the coordination between the learning objectives suggested in the MNE curriculum and those in related Key learning Areas (KLAs)/ subjects. On reviewing and choosing implementation modes, schools should consider specific arrangements and adapt the contents to achieve related learning objectives.

Key Stage 1 (Primary 1 to 3)

Domain Learning Objectives

Implementation Mode

(More than one can be selected by “”)

Describe briefly here if

“Lesson for Key Learning Areas / subjects” is selected.

(e.g. Related Key Learning Areas / subjects / modules / learning objectives / issues and lesson time)

Describe briefly here if “Others” or “Special activities” is selected.

(e.g. Thematic learning week, voluntary services, project learning, local visits and cross-border exchange

programmes) Periods within the timetable

Special activities

Lesson for Key Learning Areas / subjects* School-based lesson ** Assembly (e.g. morning assembly and weekly assembly) Others

Personal Domain

Appreciate oneself, accept one’s differences from others, enhance moral and national qualities by learning from Chinese virtues

Distinguish right from wrong, uphold righteousness and preserve integrity

Family Domain

Recognise the responsibilities as a son/daughter and a member of the younger generation in fostering family harmony

Show love and concern for family members, and

Domain Learning Objectives

Implementation Mode

(More than one can be selected by “”)

Describe briefly here if

“Lesson for Key Learning Areas / subjects” is selected.

(e.g. Related Key Learning Areas / subjects / modules / learning objectives / issues and lesson time)

Describe briefly here if “Others” or “Special activities” is selected.

(e.g. Thematic learning week, voluntary services, project learning, local visits and cross-border exchange

programmes) Periods within the timetable

Special activities

Lesson for Key Learning Areas / subjects* School-based lesson ** Assembly (e.g. morning assembly and weekly assembly) Others

Social Domain

Establish a loving and inviting campus and learn actively

Respect others and be able to demonstrate appropriate etiquette on different occasions

Understand the “Basic Law” and the spirit of "One Country, Two Systems", respect the regional flag and regional emblem of Hong Kong and the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Establishment Day

National Domain

Enhance the sense of belonging towards the country through understanding its landscape, natural resources and antiquities

Learn about the country’s contemporary development, and develop a sense of self-reflection and national identity

Domain Learning Objectives

Implementation Mode

(More than one can be selected by “”)

Describe briefly here if

“Lesson for Key Learning Areas / subjects” is selected.

(e.g. Related Key Learning Areas / subjects / modules / learning objectives / issues and lesson time)

Describe briefly here if “Others” or

“Special activities” is selected.

(e.g. Thematic learning week, voluntary services, project learning, local visits and cross-border exchange

programmes) Periods within the timetable

Special activities

Lesson for Key Learning Areas / subjects* School-based lesson ** Assembly (e.g. morning assembly and weekly assembly) Others

National Domain

Foster a sense of belonging towards one’s country, ancestral home and place of residence through tracing traditional Chinese customs and one’s/peers’

native and ancestral home

Realise the importance of continuation and inheritance through learning the admirable qualities and virtues of outstanding personalities from various fields in the country

Global Domain

Get along with people of different cultures with sincerity, open-mindedness and acceptance

Develop an awareness of sustainable development, a sense of responsibility towards environmental protection and an environmentally-friendly lifestyle

* For example:

Lessons for Chinese Language and General Studies, etc. in primary schools; lessons for Chinese Language, Chinese History, Liberal Studies, Geography, Visual Arts, Ethics & Religious Studies, Health Management and Social Care, etc. in secondary schools

** For example:

Class teacher periods, Life Education Lessons, Moral Education, Civic Education, National Education, Personal Growth Education, etc.

Key Stage 2: (Primary 4 to 6)

Domain Learning Objectives

Implementation Mode

(More than one can be selected by “”)

Describe briefly here if

“Lesson for Key Learning Areas / subjects” is selected.

(e.g. Related Key Learning Areas / subjects / modules / learning objectives / issues and lesson time)

Describe briefly here if “Others” or “Special activities” is selected.

(e.g. Thematic learning week, voluntary services, project learning, local visits and cross-border exchange

programmes) Periods within the timetable

Special activities

Lesson for Key Learning Areas / subjects* School-based lesson ** Assembly (e.g. morning assembly and weekly assembly) Others

Personal Domain

Accept with optimism both the physical and mental changes in the growth process

Develop a healthy lifestyle, resist temptations, and refrain from any inappropriate behaviour such as smoking, gambling, drinking and taking drugs

Family Domain

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

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

Social Domain

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

Speak cautiously, practise self-discipline and get along well with others in a rational and respectful manner Assume responsibilities towards society, e.g. taking good care of public property, obeying rules and abiding by laws

Domain Learning Objectives

Implementation Mode

(More than one can be selected by “”)

Describe briefly here if

“Lesson for Key Learning Areas / subjects” is selected.

(e.g. Related Key Learning Areas / subjects / modules / learning objectives / issues and lesson time)

Describe briefly here if “Others” or “Special activities” is selected.

(e.g. Thematic learning week, voluntary services, project learning, local visits and cross-border exchange

programmes) Periods within the timetable

Special activities

Lesson for Key Learning Areas / subjects* School-based lesson ** Assembly (e.g. morning assembly and weekly assembly) Others

National Domain

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

Learn about the close relationship between the country and Hong Kong in their development, understand the difficulties in the course of collaboration, explore the solutions, and develop a common sense of belonging Capture the essence of Chinese culture, and put the virtues learnt into practice in daily life

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

Domain Learning Objectives

Implementation Mode

(More than one can be selected by “”)

Describe briefly here if

“Lesson for Key Learning Areas / subjects” is selected.

(e.g. Related Key Learning Areas / subjects / modules / learning objectives / issues and lesson time)

Describe briefly here if “Others” or

“Special activities” is selected.

(e.g. Thematic learning week, voluntary services, project learning, local visits and cross-border exchange

programmes) Periods within the timetable

Special activities

Lesson for Key Learning Areas / subjects* School-based lesson ** Assembly (e.g. morning assembly and weekly assembly) Others

Global Domain

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

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

* For example:

Lessons for Chinese Language and General Studies, etc. in primary schools; lessons for Chinese Language, Chinese History, Liberal Studies, Geography, Visual Arts, Ethics & Religious Studies, Health Management and Social Care, etc. in secondary schools

** For example:

Class teacher periods, lessons for Life Education, Moral Education, Civic Education, National Education, Personal Growth Education, etc.

Key Stage 3: (Secondary 1 to 3)

Domain Learning Objectives

Implementation Mode

(More than one can be selected by “”)

Describe briefly here if

“Lesson for Key Learning Areas / subjects” is selected.

(e.g. Related Key Learning Areas / subjects / modules / learning objectives / issues and lesson time)

Describe briefly here if “Others” or “Special activities” is selected.

(e.g. Thematic learning week, voluntary services, project learning, local visits and cross-border exchange

programmes) Periods within the timetable

Special activities

Lesson for Key Learning Areas / subjects* School-based lesson ** Assembly (e.g. morning assembly and weekly assembly) Others

Personal Domain

Adopt a positive attitude and face adversities with broadmindedness

Uphold the good, make reasonable judgements and act accordingly even when caught in dilemmas of conflicting values

Family Domain

Actively share responsibilities for taking care of senior and junior family members

Face family changes and challenges with perseverance and optimism

Social Domain

Discuss various social issues in a rational and practical manner and show concern for the long-term betterment of Hong Kong

Learn to cope with peer pressure and refrain from any inappropriate behaviour

Understand the importance of the “Basic Law” in maintaining the prosperity and stability of Hong Kong, thereby recognising the essence of “Rule of Law” and “Human Rights” as foundation for the development of Hong Kong

Domain Learning Objectives

Implementation Mode

(More than one can be selected by“”)

Describe briefly here if

“Lesson for Key Learning Areas / subjects” is selected.

(e.g. Related Key Learning Areas / subjects / modules / learning objectives / issues and lesson time)

Describe briefly here if “Others” or

“Special activities” is selected.

(e.g. Thematic learning week, voluntary services, project learning, local visits and cross-border exchange

programmes) Periods within the timetable

Special activities

Lesson for Key Learning Areas / subjects* School-based lesson ** Assembly (e.g. morning assembly and weekly assembly) Others

National Domain

Understand the country’s efforts and achievements made in natural resources conservation, reflect on the constraints and challenges involved, and show concern for the way forward for the country’s sustainable development

Show concern for the relationship between the Mainland and Hong Kong, realise the constraints in the country’s development and its directions for improvement through understanding the Constitution of the country, the functions of important government organisations and the country’s key projects

Learn to appreciate Chinese literature and art, and understand the charm and spirit embedded therein to enhance national qualities

Understand from a historical perspective the development of the country and the features of multiculturalism, learn about the present with reference to past experience, and be committed to taking on one’s responsibilities as a citizen of the country

Domain Learning Objectives

Implementation Mode

(More than one can be selected by“”)

Describe briefly here if

“Lesson for Key Learning Areas / subjects” is selected.

(e.g. Related Key Learning Areas / subjects / modules / learning objectives / issues and lesson time)

Describe briefly here if “Others” or

“Special activities” is selected.

(e.g. Thematic learning week, voluntary services, project learning, local visits and cross-border exchange

programmes)

Periods within the timetable

Special activities

Lesson for Key Learning Areas / subjects* School-based lesson ** Assembly (e.g. morning assembly and weekly assembly) Others

Global Domain

Broaden horizons of the world, understand the interplay between the development of Hong Kong, the country and the world

Respect the uniqueness of different races and cultures, and embody the spirit of inclusion

* For example:

Lessons for Chinese Language and General Studies, etc. in primary schools; lessons for Chinese Language, Chinese History, Liberal Studies, Geography, Visual Arts, Ethics & Religious Studies, Health Management and Social Care, etc. in secondary schools

** For example:

Class teacher periods, lessons for Life Education, Moral Education, Civic Education, National Education, Personal Growth Education, etc.

Key Stage 4: (Secondary 4 to 6)

Domain Learning Objectives

Implementation Mode

(More than one can be selected by “”)

Describe briefly here if

“Lesson for Key Learning Areas / subjects” is selected.

(e.g. Related Key Learning Areas / subjects / modules / learning objectives / issues and lesson time)

Describe briefly here if “Others” or “Special activities” is selected.

(e.g. Thematic learning week, voluntary services, project learning, local visits and cross-border exchange

programmes) Periods within the timetable

Special activities

Lesson for Key Learning Areas / subjects* School-based lesson ** Assembly (e.g. morning assembly and weekly assembly) Others

Personal Domain

Actively develop one’s interests, build up strengths, set goals and expectations for oneself, and strive for the future

Uphold principles and integrity, and be consistent in words and deeds

Family Domain

Be willing to communicate with family members in a rational, respectful and caring manner

Strengthen family ties and foster family harmony;

bravely undertake responsibilities to solve problems when the family is in adversity

Social Domain

Develop an acute sense and discern the values embedded in social issues

Undertake civic responsibilities, maintain a balance between individual and public interests by adopting a macro perspective and be willing to strive for the betterment of Hong Kong

Actively develop and adopt proper attitudes required for working in society, such as punctuality, honesty, sense of responsibility, as well as those required for maintaining harmonious relationships with colleagues

Domain Learning Objectives

Implementation Mode

(More than one can be selected by “”)

Describe briefly here if

“Lesson for Key Learning Areas / subjects” is selected.

(e.g. Related Key Learning Areas / subjects / modules / learning objectives / issues and lesson time)

Describe briefly here if “Others” or

“Special activities” is selected.

(e.g. Thematic learning week, voluntary services, project learning, local visits and cross-border exchange

programmes) Periods within the timetable

Special activities

Lesson for Key Learning Areas / subjects* School-based lesson ** Assembly (e.g. morning assembly and weekly assembly) Others

National Domain

Understand one’s responsibilities for the sustainable development of the country, and enhance the awareness of protecting natural resources through exploring the relationship between the use of resources and development of the country, as well as examining existing issues, difficulties and solutions Understand the impact on people’s livelihood brought about by the development of the country in contemporary politics, economy, diplomatic relations and technology, as well as the exemplification of values such as democracy, rule of law and human rights so as to comprehend the close connection between the country and the world and be willing to strive for the betterment of the country and its people

Domain Learning Objectives

Implementation Modes

(More than one can be selected by “”)

Describe briefly here if

“Lesson for Key Learning Areas / subjects” is selected.

(e.g. Related Key Learning Areas / subjects / modules / learning objectives / issues and lesson time)

Describe briefly here if “Others” or

“Special activities” is selected.

(e.g. Thematic learning week, voluntary services, project learning, local visits and cross-border exchange

programmes) Periods within the timetable

Special activities

Lesson for Key Learning Areas / subjects* School-based lesson ** Assembly (e.g. morning assembly and weekly assembly) Others

National Domain

Explore traditional thinking and beliefs that shed light on a positive lifestyle and enrich the very essence of life, and exemplify the wisdom and virtues of such thinking and beliefs in contemporary living Examine significant events in Chinese history from a macro perspective and make comparisons with major world events, understand, from an objective standpoint, internal hardships and external challenges encountered in the course of reform and opening-up, and realise the adversities, struggles, difficulties, development and accomplishments within

* For example:

Lessons for Chinese Language and General Studies, etc. in primary schools; lessons for Chinese Language, Chinese History, Liberal Studies, Geography, Visual Arts, Ethics & Religious Studies, Health Management and Social Care, etc. in secondary schools

** For example:

Class teacher periods, lessons for Life Education, Moral Education, Civic Education, National Education, Personal Growth Education, etc.

Domain Learning Objectives

Implementation Mode

(More than one can be selected by “”)

Describe briefly here if

“Lesson for Key Learning Areas / subjects” is selected.

(e.g. Related Key Learning Areas / subjects / modules / learning objectives / issues and lesson time)

Describe briefly here if “Others” or

“Special activities” is selected.

(e.g. Thematic learning week, voluntary services, project learning, local visits and cross-border exchange

programmes) Periods within the timetable

Special activities

Lesson for Key Learning Areas / subjects* School-based lesson ** Assembly (e.g. morning assembly and weekly assembly) Others

Global Domain

Understand the notion of global citizenship, show concern for the betterment of humankind and embody the spirit of respect, care for others, equality, democracy, freedom, rule of law and human rights Acknowledge one’s identity as a global citizen, contribute to the world’s sustainable development and make rational decisions on global issues

(Appendix 3)

在文檔中 Moral and National Education (頁 137-150)