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[Archive] Reading Fair 2013 - Reading for Life : From Developing Interest to Facilitating Learning (20 April 2013)

 Mr Stephen YIP, Principal Assistant Secretary (Curriculum Development), gives Opening Remarks in the Reading Fair 2013 - Reading for Life - From Developing Interest to Facilitating Learning

Mr Stephen YIP, Principal Assistant Secretary (Curriculum Development), gives Opening Remarks in the Reading Fair 2013 - Reading for Life : From Developing Interest to Facilitating Learning

    
Keynote Speech and Sharing of good practices by schools - presentation materials
 
 
Keynote Speech
Title: Bilingual Reading: Present State and Sustainable Development
Professor TSE Shek-kam
Faculty of Education
The University of Hong Kong
 
 Professor TSE Shek-kam, Faculty of Education, The University of Hong Kong
 

Sharing sessions
 
 
(1) The University of Hong Kong cum Evangel College
Title: Reading is Fun and Interesting
(Presentation material*  (Chinese version only))
 
(2) Christ College
Title: "Reading to Learn" Starts from Enjoyment
(Presentation material:  *  (Chinese version only))
 
(3) Carmel Divine Grace Foundation Secondary School
Title: Organising "Literature Circles" to Enrich Students’ English Reading Experience
(Presentation material:  *  )
 
(4) Fanling Kau Yan College
Title: When Science Education and English-medium Teaching Meet
(Presentation material*  (Chinese version only))
 
(5) TWGHs C.Y. Ma Memorial College
Title: Making Reading Happen with Motivated Early-Fluent Readers in Need of Support in the Junior Secondary Classroom
(Demonstration session, no presentation material available)
 
(6) Marymount Primary School
Title: Incorporating Children’s Literature Strategically into English Learning Inside and Outside the Classroom
(Presentation material*  )
 
(7) TWGHs Ko Ho Ning Memorial Primary School
Title: To Teach Decoding and Comprehension Skills and Strategies Explicitly through Shared Reading in KS2
(Demonstration session, no presentation material available)
 
(8) SKH Yan Laap Primary School
Title: Reading for Fun and Joy
(Presentation material*  (Chinese version only))
 
(9) Holy Trinity College
Title: Cross-curricular Approach: from e-Reading to Fun Reading
(Presentation material:  PPT )
 
(10) Tak Sun Secondary School
Title: Strategies to Enhance Boys’ Reading Interest and Competence
(Presentation material:  *  (Chinese version only))