English Language

Aims & Objectives

  • Enable every learner to prepare for the changing socio-economic demands, which include the interpretation, use and production of texts for pleasure, study and work in the English medium;
  • Provide every learner of English with further opportunities for extending their knowledge and experience of the cultures of other people as well as opportunities for personal and intellectual development, further studies, pleasure and work in the English medium;
  • Enable learners to broaden and deepen the language competencies they have developed through basic education;
  • Further develop their interest and confidence in using English as their understanding and mastery of the language grow; 
  • Further develop learning how to learn skills and positive values and attitudes conducive to meeting the needs of our rapidly changing knowledge-based society.

Department Members
Department Head: Ms. Lee WY 
Deputy Department Head: Ms. Kong WY 
Teachers: Ms. Chan WMM, Ms. Gyokery LM, Ms. Ho MCI, Mr. Siu HM, Ms. Lau CYJ, Ms. Law KY, Ms. Law LP, Ms. Leung HYJ, Ms. Li FY, Ms. Yeung HF, Mr. Yu KL, Ms. Man KY

Curriculum (Junior Form)

Form 1
Module 1: Me, My Family and Friends
Module 2: School Life
Module 3: Food and Nutrition
Module 4: Pets and Animals
Module 5: Sports
Module 6: Teenage Life - Growing up

Writing Text Type(s): 
blog entry, personal letter, postcard, restaurant review, short story, magazine article, email of advice, short speech
Form 2
Module 1: Nature and the Environment
Module 2: Getting Along with Others – Family
Module 3: Humans and the Environment
Module 4: Wonderful Places/ Things Around Us
Module 5: Modern Business World
Module 6: Teenage Life – Leisure and Hobbies

Writing Text Type(s): 
forum post, narrative, blog entry, caption, newsletter article, letter to the Editor, email to a friend, one-sided argumentative essay, article, feature article, speech, email of advice

Form 3
Module 1: Cultures of the World – Traveling, Food and Place
Module 2: Rights and Responsibilities
Module 3: Cultures of the World – Appreciation of Different Art Forms (Films and Musicals) 
Module 4: Wonderful Things – Advancement in Technology
Module 5: Teenage Life – Understanding Deeper Beauty and Being Fashionable
Module 6: Study, School Life and Work

Writing Text Type(s): 
travel blog entry, letter of advice, newsletter article, biographical essay, letter of appreciation, opinion essay, one-sided argumentative essay, promotional leaflet, informal email, two-sided argumentative essay

Form 4
Module 1: Getting Along with Friends and Family
Module 2: The Film Industry
Module 3: Study and School Life
Module 4: The Olympic Games
Module 5: Cultures of the World
Module 6: Storytelling – the World of Imagination and Creativity

Writing Text Type(s):
online response, magazine article, one-sided argumentative essay, letter to the Editor, informal email, event article, diary entry, letter of complaint, story, synopsis

Form 5
Module 1: Pop Culture
Module 2: Technology
Module 3: Social Issues
Module 4: Environmental Issues
Module 5: Workplace Communication
Others: Revision & HKDSE Paper Practice

Writing Text Type(s):
feature article, letter to the Editor, two-sided argumentative essay, online forum post, editorial, promotional speech, problem-solution essay, film review, proposal, email of response

Form 6
Module 1: Personal Growth and Workplace Culture
Module 2: Study, life and work
Module 3: Leisure and Entertainment
Module 4: Environment
Others: Revision & DSE Paper Practice

Writing Text Type(s):
essay, letter to the Editor, blog entry, argumentative essay, DSE past paper topics


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