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 Core learning skills to be acquiredLearning objectivesLesson plan overview
  • This teaching kit is designed for studies in Module 3 of the New Senior Secondary Curriculum's Liberal Studies Curriculum, i.e., "Modern China".

  • The content and activities in this kit have been developed in line with EDB’s recommendations and are suited for the theme of "Chinese culture and modern life" of this module.

  • The lesson plan is designed for one cycle of teaching (6 lessons). For schools that adopt a 3-3 class structure, having two 105-minute classes (with three 35-minute classes a day), lesson 3 can be taught together with lessons 1 & 2, and lesson 4 with lessons 5 & 6.

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