The programme aims to cultivate students with professional ethics, creativity, lively teaching abilities and a global perspective for teaching the subject of Chinese History in secondary schools.
Graduates of the programme are expected to:
- be competent in pedagogical and curriculum development skills as well as discipline knowledge with the understanding of the contemporary significance of the Chinese historical issues;
- possess critical thinking and analytical skills to solve problems in a logical and creative way;
- communicate and interact effectively with others in social and professional contexts; and
- demonstrate global awareness with a high standard of morality.
|Domain||Credit Points (cps)|
|Education Studies||30 cps|
|Basic Research Methods||3 cps|
|Final Year Project||3 cps|
|Field Experience (FE)||20 cps|
|General Education||22 cps|
|Language Enhancement||9 cps|
Note: Classes will be held in Tai Po Campus and Tseung Kwan O Study Centre / Kowloon Tong Satellite Study Centre / Sports Centre as decided by the University.
Students are expected to develop the ability to communicate effectively in English and Putonghua as well as Chinese. To assist them in meeting this goal, the Centre for Language in Education (CLE) will offer a comprehensive package of credit-bearing and mandatory non-credit-bearing language enhancement courses.
Final Year Project
Students will complete the final year project in the final year of study.
Career Prospects/Professional Qualifications
The programme aims to produce committed secondary school Chinese History teachers with qualified teacher status (QTS). Graduates of the Chinese History programme should also be capable of taking up non-teaching positions in editing, museum or government.
About the School
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