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Conserve and Revitalise@Hong Kong Heritage: Liberal Studies Teaching Kit

The New Senior Secondary (NSS) curriculum was formally implemented in September 2009, in which Liberal Studies is a core subject. In line with the implementation, Commissioner for Heritage's Office (CHO) of the Development Bureau launches a teaching kit to provide teachers of liberal studies with teaching material on the subject of heritage conservation.

Commissioned by the CHO and with the Antiquities and Monuments Office's assistance, the Hong Kong Institute of Education is responsible for the production of the teaching kit. To achieve Liberal Studies' aim of cultivating students' ability in thinking with multiple perspectives, the teaching kit uses heritage conservation policies and initiatives of Hong Kong as a starting point to provide teachers with diverse perspectives of related issues, background information of current policies and teaching suggestions.

1. Cover and Back Cover; Title Page (320KB)

2. Contents; Foreword; Preface; Editor's Notes (454KB)

3. Chapter 1: Historic Buildings@Heritage.Conservation (834KB)

4. Chapter 2: Policy Measures@Heritage.Conservation

Section 1: The Conservation and Revitalisation of Privately-owned Historic Buildings (1.2MB)

Section 2: Conservation and Adaptive re-use of Government-owned Historic Buildings (2.5MB)

Section 3: Experiences of Adaptive re-use in Mainland China and Overseas (614KB)

5. Chapter 3: Public Participation@Heritage.Conservation (1.4MB)

6. Online Teaching Resources (31KB)

7. Field Trips

Route 1: Hong Kong, Where East Meets West
  • Introduction
  • Worksheet of Route 1 (250KB)

    Historic Buildings of Route 1
  • Historic Building - A
  • Historic Building - B
  • Historic Building - C
  • Historic Building - D
  • Historic Building - E
  • Historic Building - F

    Route 2: Urban Development in the Central District and Conservation of Government-owned Buildings
  • Introduction
  • Worksheet of Route 2 (405KB)

    Historic Buildings of Route 2
  • Historic Building - A
  • Historic Building - B
  • Historic Building - C
  • Historic Building - D
  • Historic Building - E

    Route 3: Buildings in Old Districts and Their Adaptive re-use
  • Introduction
  • Worksheet of Route 3 (560KB)

    Historic Buildings of Route 3
  • Historic Building - A
  • Historic Building - B
  • Historic Building - C
  • Historic Building - D
  • Historic Building - E
  • Historic Building - F

    Guangzhou and Macau's field trips
  • Guangzhou's field trip (3MB)
  • Macau's field trip (2.1MB)

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