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PDNETwork Series: English Language Learning Support for Cross-boundary Students (CBS)

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Source
TCS
Description
This online workshop provides opportunities for teachers to:
  • examine the challenges faced by cross-boundary students in Hong Kong;
  • review pedagogy which suggests how to address these challenges;
  • be introduced to a KS1 English language support package; and
  • learn how the Learning Progression Framework can be used to assess students' literacy skills.


  • Remarks
    This online workshop provides KS1 teachers with the rationale and some practical strategies for developing teaching resources to cater for the needs of cross-boundary students (CBS) in Hong Kong. The CBS support package aims to provide structured learning opportunities that integrate English language skills into the school-based curriculum. The workshop includes instructional resources such as PowerPoint presentations, storytelling, chants, phonics and videos. It also encourages flexible and creative use of the resources. NETs, local English teachers (LETs) or CAs could select any part of the package to support their teaching during recess, lunch hour, extra-curricular lessons or remedial lessons.

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    COURSE DATE(S)
    First Event Start Date
    2021-08-16
    Last Event End Date
    2022-08-15
    APPLICATION CLOSING DATE(S)
    First Event
    2022-07-31
    Next Event
    2022-07-31
    Last Event
    2022-07-31
    Latest Issue Date
    2021-11-16
    Level/Type
    Primary
    Key Learning Area
    English Language Education
    Subject
    ENGLISH LANGUAGE
    Target Participants
    Panel Heads, Teachers
    CPD Domain for Teachers
    Teaching & Learning
    Content Area
    Subject Knowledge & Pedagogy/Learning & Teaching (V)
    CPD Hours for Teacher
    2
    Outside Normal School Hour
    No