Key Learning Area
Personal, Social & Humanities Education
Students are expected to be able to
- ask questions by using “what”, “where” and “why” which will enable them to build a framework for organizing and interpreting knowledge about the world in geographical perspectives.
- understand spatial concepts of location, spatial interaction, region, perception, which help explain the distribution of features on the earth’s surface from the local through regional or national to global scales.
- collect, extract and arrange spatial information from a variety of sources in order to interpret various types of geographical patterns.
- understand the features of students’ immediate surroundings and major issues of global concern.
- become aware of the fragility of the environment and appreciate the need of promoting sustainable development.
- develop a willingness to use knowledge for the betterment of society and nation; and commit to actions conductive to a better environment.
Field trip to Cheung Chau
Collecting data using noise metre
Testing water samples
Using water samples for experiment