ST. MARY'S CANOSSIAN COLLEGE

A. Objectives

  • To enable students to develop multiple perspectives on perennial and contemporary issues in different contexts (e.g. cultural, social, economic, political and technological contexts);
  • To enhance students’ understanding of themselves, their society, their nation, the human world and the physical environment;
  • To help students become independent thinkers so that they can construct knowledge appropriate to changing personal and social circumstances;
  • To develop in students a range of skills for life-long learning, including critical thinking skills, creativity, problem-solving skills, communication skills and information technology skills;
  • To help students appreciate and respect diversity in cultures and views in a pluralistic society and handle conflicting values; and
  • To help students develop positive values and attitude towards life, so that they can become informed and responsible citizens of society, the country and the world.

 

Last Updated: 2020-11-29 08:00


 

B. Subject Teachers

Name of Teachers

Levels

Ms Judy Tsui (Panel Head)

F.4, F.5 & F.6

Ms Iris To

F.4, F.5 & F.6

Ms Teresa Law

F.5 & F.6

Ms Janice Lai

F.5 & F.6

Miss Amanda Tang

F.6

Mr. Mario Chan

F.6

Mr. David Chau

F.4

 

Last Updated: 2021-09-18 06:34


 

C. Assessment System

Weighting of Formative and Summative Assessment

 

Formative

Summative

F4

40%

60%

F5

50%

50%

F6

40%

60%

 
Components

Component

F4

F5

F6

Term 1

Term 2

Term 1

Term 2

Term 1

News Worksheet

nil

nil

10%

10%

nil

Quiz

15% (1)

15% (1)

20% (1)

20% (1)

20% (1)

Assignment

25% (3)

25% (3)

20% (1)

20% (2)

30% (2)

Exam

60%

60%

50%

50%

50%


 
Examination Structure

Component

F4

F5

F6

MYE

FE

MYE

FE

FE

Paper

One paper

One paper

Paper 1

Papers I & II

Papers I & II

Duration

1 hour

1.5hours

2 hours

2 & 1¼ hours

2 & 1¼ hours

Paper total

25 marks

30 marks

44-46 marks

P1: 44 -46marks

P2: 20 marks

P1: 44 -46marks

P2: 20 marks

 

Last Updated: 2021-12-03 15:50


 

D. Assessment Syllabus

 

F4 Citizenship and Social Development Final Examination 2021-22

 

Syllabus / Topics

Other Reminders

Format: Data-response Questions

Paper Total : 36 marks

Time Allowed: 1.5 hours

 

 

THEME: THE MEANING AND IMPLEMENTATION OF ONE COUNTRY TWO SYSTEMS

·         CHAPTER 1: Brief introduction to the origin of the question of Hong Kong (the three unequal treaties and the background) and the process of Hong Kong’s return to China

·         CHAPTER 2: Constitutional relationship between the country and the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) (China has indisputable sovereignty and jurisdiction over Hong Kong), legal basis of “one country, two systems” and the Basic Law

·         CHAPTER 3: Significance of safeguarding national security (i.e. a holistic approach to national security); the National Security Law and promoting long-term development of Hong Kong; and striking the balance between rule of law and human rights

·         CHAPTER 4: Political structure of the HKSAR

·         CHAPTER 5: Significance of rule of law: law-abidingness; judicial independence; equality before the law; fair and open trial

·         CHAPTER 6: Fundamental rights and duties of Hong Kong residents

 

·       All powerpoints used in the lessons are included. Special attention should be placed on those slides marked with red stars.

·       All Worksheets (Chapter 6 to Chapter 8)

·       The 6 Assignments and  2 Quizzes are good reference for the question format.

·       Any current issues and cross-topic issues relevant to the subject may also be examined

 

 

THEME: SITUATION OF THE COUNTRY AND SENSE OF NATIONAL IDENTITY

·         CHAPTER 7:Introduction to the contemporary situation of the country:

-        Part (1) political structure of the country; composition of the Chinese nation;

-        Part (2): concept of Chinese nationality and Chinese citizens

·         CHAPTER 8: The national symbols (national flag, national emblem, national anthem)

 

 

 

F5 Liberal Studies Final Examination 2021-22

 

Syllabus / Topics

Other Reminders

Paper ONE: 3 Data-response Questions

Paper Total : 46 marks

Time Allowed: 2 hours

 

 

Paper TWO: 1 Extended-response Question

Paper Total : 20 marks

Time Allowed: 1 hour & 15 minutes

 

Hong Kong Today

·       Introduction to Quality of Life

·       Economic Quality of Life

·       Social Quality of Life

·       Environmental Quality of Life

·       Cultural Quality of Life

 

Modern China

·       Reform and Opening-Up

·       Chinese Family

·       Chinese Customs

 

Personal Development and Interpersonal Relationship

·       Personal Development

·       Interpersonal Relationship

 

Globalization

·       Introduction to Globalization

·       Economic Globalization

·       Cultural Globalization – Cultural Plurality and Integration

 

Energy Technology and the Environment

·       Development of Electricity-generating Sources and the Feasibility of Developing Renewable Energy

·       Concept and Practice of Sustainable Development

 

Public Health

·       Concepts of Public Health & Impacts of the development of Science of Technology

·       International and cross-boundaries collaborations

·       All worksheets used and exam skills learnt in the lessons are also included

·       Any current issues and cross-modular issues relevant to the subject may also be examined

·       Textbook as reference

 

 

 

Last Updated: 2022-06-09 15:07