為非華語學生提供的教育支援 – 學校支援摘要
本教材得到語文基金資助，為非華語學生設計一套以日常生活情境為主題的教材，提升其閱讀及會話的能力，同時鼓勵非華語家長進行親子共讀。本教材適合學校用作中文科的補充教材或課外讀物，初小學生可在教師指導下共讀或親子共讀 ; 高小學生則可以自學。同時亦鼓勵家長一同使用本教材學習，進行親子共讀，培養家庭學習氣氛，讓中文成為學生生活的一部分。
- 香港小學習字表 – 根據官方指引設計
- Facilitate non-Chinese speaking (NCS) students’ early adaptation to the local education system and mastery of the Chinese language.
- Provide additional Chinese language learning courses for NCS students.
Content of the programme
- Provide additional Chinese language classes and after-school tutorial classes for NCS students in order to consolidate their reading, writing, speaking and listening skills in Chinese language.
- Read storybooks with our teachers during reading sessions to learn Chinese in an authentic way.
- Teaching Assistants assist NCS students with learning difficulties in Chinese Writing lessons.
Education Support Provided for Non-Chinese Speaking (NCS) Student(s)
School Support Summary
- Education Bureau：Non-Chinese speaking (NCS) students — Support to parents and students
- Education Bureau：Non-Chinese speaking (NCS) students — Self-learning Resources for NCS students
- Learning Chinese is Fun (愉快學中文)
This material was compiled according to the Guide to the Pre-primary Curriculum 2006 and documents on non-Chinese speaking students learning Chinese for non-Chinese kindergarten students and newly-arrived children learning Chinese. Parents could use this as teaching aids for students, helping them to integrate into the society.
- Living Chinese (生活學中文)
This programme is supported by the Language Fund to design a collection of teaching materials for NCS students based on daily life situations, and the themes include clothing, food, housing, transportation, public facilities, public entertainment and personal interests, etc. While the elementary school students can read together among each other under the guidance of teachers or read with their parents, upper elementary school students can study on their own. At the same time, parents are also encouraged to use the materials to learn together and read together with their children, so as to cultivate a family learning atmosphere and to make Chinese a part of students’ lives.
- HK Chinese Learning (香港小學習字表)
The program was designed according to the guideline of Lexical Lists for Chinese Learning in Hong Kong to help students learn the correct order of strokes of Chinese words.