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Collaborative Research & Development (“Seed”) Project for 2009 – 2010. Effective Strategies to Enhance the Implementation of the Reading Workshops of the English Language Curriculum at KS2. English Language Education Section Curriculum Development Institute Education Bureau 18 April 2009.

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Collaborative Research & Development

(“Seed”) Project for 2009 – 2010

Effective Strategies to Enhance the Implementation of the Reading Workshops of the English Language Curriculum at KS2

English Language Education Section

Curriculum Development Institute

Education Bureau

18 April 2009


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Objectives of the Project

Enhancing the Implementation of Reading Workshops

at KS2

  • To help pupils progress in the development of reading skills and strategies from KS1 to KS2

  • To enhance teachers’ skills and strategies in conducting Reading Workshop at KS2, especially supported reading and independent reading

  • To enhance teachers’ questioning skills to help pupils develop critical thinking skills and creativity


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Objectives of the Project

Enhancing the Implementation of Reading Workshops

at KS2

  • To widen pupils’ exposure to a variety of text types, including both narrative and informative texts

  • To develop appropriate learning, teaching and assessment tasks / materials

  • To promote reading across the curriculum


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Project Title:

Effective Strategies to Enhance the Implementation of Reading Workshops of the English Language Curriculum at KS2

Project Code:EE0209

Duration:September 2009 to August 2010


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Schools Participating in the Project

“Seed” Schools

“Network” Schools

Seconded Teachers

School Project

Coordinators

Project Teachers

School Project

Coordinators

Project Teachers


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Seed” Schools

Schools are expected to:

  • nominate 1 experienced and committed English teacher to be seconded to the English Language Education Section of CDI for a period subject to mutual agreement;

  • allocate a common lesson/period of time per week/cycle for teachers’ collaborative lesson preparation;

  • set aside a period of time in the scheme of work to try out at least 3 sets of learning, teaching and assessment materials developed by the seconded teacher and other project teachers of the same school; and

  • assist in the collection of evidence (by supporting classroom observations, including video-recording a substantial number of tryout lessons and interviewing pupils/teachers) on the processes of change and impact on pupil learning.


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Network” Schools

“Network” Schools are expected to:

  • nominate teachers to participate in professional development programmes and experience sharing sessions; and

  • try out the developed materials and activities in their own schools.


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Seconded Teachers

Seconded teachers are expected to:

  • work in close collaboration with CDI officers, English language teachers of their own schools and other “Seed” Schools;

  • assist in reviewing related literature;

  • participate in professional development programmes;

  • develop learning, teaching and assessment materials with other project teachers of the same school;

  • try out the developed learning, teaching and assessment materials to promote the development of reading skills and strategies;


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Seconded Teachers

Seconded teachers are expected to:

  • collect evidence (by supporting classroom observations, including video-recording a substantial number of tryout lessons and interviewing students/teachers) on the processes of change and impact on student learning;

  • assist in analysing and interpreting the data collected; and

  • assist in the dissemination of tryout experiences/good practices.


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Project Proposal[Education Bureau Circular Memorandum No. 36/2009 (Appendix III)]

Part I My school wishes to take part in the following

“Seed” Project(s) in 2009/10

  • Project title:Effective Strategies to Enhance the Implementation of the Reading Workshops of the English Language Curriculum at KS2

  • Project code:EE0209

  • Name of CDI Section:English Language Education Section

  • Other projects the school is participating in:

    Part II School information

  • School name, address…

  • Contact person

  • Name and signature of School Head


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Project Proposal

Part III Proposal details

  • Title of “Seed” project with project code

  • School particulars

    • reasons for conducting the project

    • commitment of teachers

    • willingness to share findings with other schools

    • previous experiences in school-based curriculum projects

  • Proposal details

    • mode of participation: “Seed” Schools/“Network” Schools

    • objectives

    • how the project fits in with the curriculum needs of your school

    • availability of resources

    • action plan with schedule, number of classes/students, expected deliverables (e.g. learning, teaching and assessment tasks to be developed or tried out) and evaluation methods


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Project Proposal

Part IV: Secondment of teachers

- Submit a copy of Annex A for

each teacher nominated

Deadline for Application: 4 May 2009


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Sending in your application:

  • in duplicate

  • by post with the address label below:

Mr. M. L. Lai, Allen Administration Section,

Curriculum Development Institute,

Education Bureau,

Room 1313, 13/F, Wu Chung House,

213 Queen’s Road East,

Wanchai, Hong Kong.

(Application for “Seed” Projects)


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Enquiries

Administrative matters:

Mr Allen Lai 2892 5846

Professional matters:

Ms Emilie TONG 2892 6571


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