Faculty of P.S.H.E.
A. Panel Members:
Junior Form Liberal Studies provides opportunities for students to explore issues relevant to their living in a wide range of contexts. The coverage includes contemporary issues, media resources in simpler and easier context. It helps students to make connections among different disciplines, examine issues from a variety of perspectives, and construct background knowledge, relevant vocabulary and cultivate their logical thinking and skills in identifying the causal relationship. Meanwhile, project learning and various generic skills are integrated in the curriculum.
The implementation of project learning as one of the four key strategies in the curriculum reform of basic education to help students to achieve the goal of “learning to learn”, has enabled them to develop many skills for conducting enquiries. The open and flexible curriculum framework will be adopted at school as a part of students’ learning experience, thus equipping them with generic skills and helping them to connect knowledge from different fields.
Senior Form Curriculum
Senior Secondary Liberal Studies is a response to the community and provides a multi-disciplinary and cross-curricular learning opportunity for all senior secondary students. The curriculum designs helps fostering intellectual ability in general, and develop multiple perspectives that will be of benefit to students in further studies at the tertiary level. Through the enquiry and in-depth discussion, students should be cultivated their civic literacy, social awareness and ability to make informed decisions.
To prepare students for their IES, there will be a LS day designed for F4 students after the post-final examination period. A wide variety of activities, such as visiting to the museums, community visits, heritage tours, etc. will be arranged to cater for students with different interests for their research.
Senior Form students benefit from the sharing sessions led by alumni. Graduates of Lam Woo come back to share their experience and preparation for their DSE. Tutorial classes are arranged for catering the learner's diversity at school.
IES Day (2019.07.04)
Location: prision cell, Tai Kwun
To prepare students for their IES, there will be an IES day designed for F4 students after the post-final examination period. A wide variety of activities, such as visiting to the museums, community visits, heritage tours, etc. will be arranged to cater for students with different interests for their research. For more photos, please click here.
Talk on ‘News – True or Fake and the Roles of the Press in Society’(2019.11.04)
As there is a growing concern about the reliability of the news and the massive sharing of online information, the Liberal Studies Department held a talk on ‘News – True or Fake and the Roles of the Press in Society’. Through the lecture and discussion with professionals from the media industry, students were better equipped with basic logical and analytical mind in reading the news as well as their civic literacy.
Dr Au Ka Lun (Professional Consultant of School of Journalism and Communication, CUHK, Knight Fellow of Stanford University, host of RTHK phone-in news program,etc)
Alumni - Lam Yin Pong (Principal reporter of the Stand news, Executive Committee members of HK Journalists Association)
Lau Ho Ting (Reporter of Cable TV)
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