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TWGHs C Y Ma Memorial College
Whole-school Language Policy
(Implementation of MOI fine-tuning Policy)


(A) Rationale

The whole-school language policy (LP) is to:
1. enhance students’ proficiency in both Chinese, Putonghua and English languages, so as to better prepare them for further studies and work in future;
2. foster the three dimensions of language proficiency for students (conversational fluency, discrete language skills and academic language proficiency) by referring to their languages and learning ability;
3. enhance student
s’ motivation to learn, reflect and build up knowledge;
4. enhance students’ exposure to English and its use in school;
5. facilitate the use of languages in a variety of meaningful contexts;
6. match the NSS curriculum design;
7. observe the uniqueness of different subject natures.


(B) Medium of Instruction (MOI) plans in practice

For JS1 to JS3:



Class

MOI

Subjects

Extended Learning Activities

All classes

English as the medium of instruction

English Language

/

Two / Three classes

Chinese as the medium of instruction

Chinese Language, Mathematics, Putonghua, Life and Society, Science, Computer Literacy, Chinese History, History, Home Economics, Business Technology and Operation, STEAM Education, Visual Arts, Music, Physical Education. 

/

One class
(Elite Class)

Chinese as the medium of instruction

Chinese Language, Mathematics, Putonghua, Life and Society, Science, Computer Literacy, Chinese History, History, Home Economics, Business Technology and Operation, STEAM Education, Visual Arts, Music, Physical Education. 

 

For SS1 to SS3:

MOI

Subjects

English as the medium of instruction

English Language

Chinese as the medium of instruction

Chinese Language, Mathematics, Mathematics: Extended Part-Module 1 (Calculus and Statistics), Citizenship and Social Development / Liberal Studies, Business, Accounting and Financial Studies, Chinese History, History, Geography, Economics, Information and Communication Technology, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Tourism and Hospitality Studies, Physical Education (DSE), Visual Arts (DSE) and Diversified Development Programme.

 

(C) The Arrangement of Extended Learning Activities

1. Extended English Activities would be conducted in the following modes:
a. Cross-curricular English enrichment programmes through the collaboration of English Language and non-language subject teachers.
  Non-language subjects involved are: Mathematics, Computer Literacy, Home Economics, Science and Music.

b. Teaching individual modules or themes in English in the relevant subjects.                                                            Non-language subjects involved are: Mathematics, Computer Literacy, Home Economics, Science and Music.

(D) Allocation criteria for the English stream in JS1 to SS3

1. JS1 to JS3 Criteria for allocating students to the “Elite Class” are as follows:
(a) Secondary one  
The results of Chinese Language, English Language and Mathematics in the School-based Attainment Tests will serve as the first criterion for allocation.

(b) Secondary two and three
The overall examination results will serve as the first criterion for allocation.

2. SS1 to SS3
Students will be allocated to different groups and classes according to their subject preferences and order of merit in form. Priority will be given to students with higher order of merit in both terms.

(E) Provisions and supports

1. Inside the classrooms
a. Creating a language-rich classrooms (e.g. display students’ work on the boards, signs, posters, slogans, etc.)
b. Developing and conducting language-across-the-curriculum learning activities (e.g. project work, cooperation between Language panels and other panels such as Home Economics)
c. Providing self-access learning materials and equipment (e.g. books, CD-ROMs, films, magazines, enrichment exercises, etc.)
d. Designating reading activities (e.g. reading award scheme)

2. Outside the classrooms
a. Conducting English Speaking day to Setting up language learning corners / rooms (e.g. language laboratory, Multi-media learning center, etc.)
b. Providing enrichment programs (e.g. summer English bridging courses, Chinese discussion groups, after-school enhancement lessons)
c. Creating a language-rich campus (e.g. campus TV broadcasting, English Film show, Mini concert, English café, English morning assembly, banners of English mottos)
d. Organizing co-curricular activities / competitions for students of different levels (e.g. cooking competition)
e. Organizing the school magazine to display students’ good work

3. Outside school
a. Partnership with community to motivate students to participate in public / inter-school competitions (e.g. speech festival, writing competition)
b. Emphasizing the importance of gaining exposure through the mass media (e.g. newspaper, TV programs, movies, magazines, website etc.)
c. Collaboration with local schools / institutions in organizing stimulating activities (e.g. joint schools oral practice)

4. Other supportive measures
a. Split class teaching arrangement for language subjects
b. Afterschool English enhancement lessons in senior forms
c. Common slot in timetable for language teachers for collaborative lesson preparation.
d. Sustainable development for teachers after the English Enhancement Scheme.
e. Support from the NET to promote a favourable English learning atmosphere for students.


 

 

     
 
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