ST. MARY'S CANOSSIAN COLLEGE

A. Objectives

Students are expected to acquire knowledge and develop understanding of:
  • basic historical concepts, such as cause and effect, change and continuity, and similarities and differences;
  • diverse standpoints and perspectives inherent in different ways of representing and interpreting the past;
  • the beliefs, experiences and behaviours of their own nation as well as of other nations, and the ways in which they have shaped the development of the contemporary world;
  • the inter-relations of major events and movements that have occurred in the local community, the nation, Asia and the world in the 20th century; and
  • the major historical developments and trends that have shaped the contemporary world.

 

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B. Subject Teachers

Name of Teachers
Levels
Ms Maggie Chan
F.3, F.4, F.5
Mr Mario Chan
F.3, F.6
Ms Judy Tsui
F.1, F.3
Ms Meaco Kwok
F.1

 

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C. Assessment System

F.1, F.3
Data-based questions assignment (s)
· Two assignments for F.3 whereas one assignment for F.1
15%
First Organized Test
20%
Mid-year Examination
65%
 
F.4-6
Assignments
10%
Test
15%
Mid-year Examination
75%

 

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D. Assessment Syllabus

 
Mid-year Examination 2020-21
F.1
· Development of the Stone Age
· Rise of ancient civilizations
· The Nile Valley civilization
· History Textbook 1A (P.4-13, 16-20, 23, 39-49)
· History Workbook 1A (P.2-5,8-9,13-17)
F.3
Textbook
· Japanese Occupation (p.7 from B. Japanese Occupation 1941-1945, p.8, p.9, p.11, p.12, p.13 & p.14 up to End of Japanese Occupation)
· Housing Development (p.21 from 3. Social development, p.22-23( Box No.6 on p.22 & Box 7 on p.23 are excluded)
· Education Development in HK (p.24 (whole page) & p.25(first paragraph only: (iii) 1980s-1990s: expanding tertiary education)
· Popular culture development p.28-33
· China resumed sovereignty over Hong Kong p.38 (Box No.3 on p.38 is excluded) & p.39 (Whole page)
 
Worksheets
· Japanese Occupation of Hong Kong
· Development of housing in Hong Kong
· Development of education in Hong Kong
· Development of popular culture in Hong Kong
· Hong Kong’s Handover in 1997
F.4
· International relations from 1900 to 1914
· The two world wars and the peace settlements
· Major conflicts after WWII and attempts to make peace (p.1 to p.14)
F.5
· All topics of Theme B
· Modernization and transformation of Hong Kong: Political and institutional changes
· Modernization and transformation of Hong Kong: Development as an international city
· Modernization and transformation of China: Early attempts at modernization – reforms and revolutions

 

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E. Subject Resources

 

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