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NSS Geography Curriculum and Enquiry Learning - TRF as an example. Curriculum Development Officer. http://www.emb.gov.hk. Conventional Factual understanding (concepts or skills) Implications or application. Issues-based Issue/problem Factual understanding (concepts or skills)

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NSS Geography Curriculum and Enquiry Learning - TRF as an example

Curriculum Development Officer



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Conventional

Factual understanding (concepts or skills)

Implications or application

Issues-based

Issue/problem

Factual understanding (concepts or skills)

Explanation or interpretation of issue

Comparison between a conventional lesson and a lesson using an issues-based approach(quoted from Stimpson, P. & Tao, P.K., (1994). Teaching in Hong Kong-Issues-based Teaching. P.16)



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The learning & teaching of the issues/problems in the Compulsory Part

  • What is the issue/problem about?

  • What areas of geography will help us to interpret?

  • fieldwork & mapwork

  • generic skills

  • values & attitudes


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Interior Compulsory Part

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What areas of Geography will help us to interpret?

Exterior

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What is the issue/problem about?

  • Surprise

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  • Fieldwork investigation

  • Mapwork

  • Generic skills


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What is the issue/problem about? Compulsory Part

Key geographical questions:

  • What?

  • Where?

  • How?

  • Why?

  • What if?


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1 Compulsory Part


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What? Compulsory Part


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Where? Compulsory Part


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What areas of Geography Compulsory Partwill help us to interpret?

  • “Ecosystems”

  • components

  • characteristics

  • energy flow

  • nutrient cycle


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Virtual fieldtrip Compulsory Part


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Fieldwork Compulsory Part


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Fieldwork investigation Compulsory Part



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Experiment Compulsory Part


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2 Compulsory Part


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What is the issue/problem about? Compulsory Part

Why?


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What areas of Geography Compulsory Partwill help us to interpret?

  • Concepts & knowledge related to “Agriculture”

  • Concepts & knowledge related to “Population”


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3 Compulsory Part


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What is the issue/problem about? - Compulsory Part

What is the impact?

Role play


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What is the issue/problem about? – Compulsory Part

How?

Information technology skills


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What areas of Geography Compulsory Partwill help us to interpret?

  • Concepts & knowledge related to “Development”

    e.g. Is ‘sustainable development of tropical rainforests’ a possible way out?


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TRF Compulsory Part


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Suggested References Compulsory Part

  • Stimpson, P. and Tao, P.K., (1994). Teaching in Hong Kong-Issues-based Teaching. Hong Kong: Longman Asia Limited.

  • Brooks, C., (2003). Investigating the geography behind the news, in Teaching Geography, Vol.28, No.2, P.70-73.


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