Integrated Humanities (IH) is a junior grade subject under the key learning area of Personal, Social and Humanities Education (PSHE).
Students will be able to understand and develop knowledge and skills about the issue-enquiry approach and curriculum, to develop higher order thinking, plan their own process of learning and seek their own answers, and to develop multiple perspectives on controversial issues in daily life. Students will nurture a reading habit in various areas of Integrated Humanities. They will develop the generic skills, demonstrate a global perspective and understand their rights and responsibilities in society and environment. They will have a healthy personal development, and are able to relate harmoniously with others.
Through an issue-based approach and incorporation of current affairs, daily life examples and world-wide scenarios, the teaching and learning activities are highly interactive, interesting and flexible.
|1. History, Culture and Heritage of early Hong Kong Region
*Mini-task 1: ‘Recreating a Classic: The Best Features of the Hong Kong Story’ - Report Writing + Model Making (Individual work)
|2. Map-reading Skills|
|3. Using Urban Space Wisely
*Mini-task 2 ‘Exploring Tsim Sha Tsui’ Report writing (Individual work)
|4. Growth and Development of Hong Kong up to the late 19th Century|
|1. Population Problems
*Mini-Task 1: ‘2021 Hong Kong Population Census’ - Report Writing (Individual work)
|2. The Trouble with Water|
3. The Rise of Modern Europe
|4. European Colonial Expansion|
|1. International Conflicts and Threats to Peace in the 20th Century
*Mini-task 1: ‘Since the Cold War’ - Google Slides (Individual work)
|2. Living with Natural Hazards: Earthquakes, Tropical Cyclones, Landslides
*Mini-task 2: ‘Earth Story’ - Report Writing (Individual work)
|3. Climate Change|
Students are required to complete different mini-tasks through the 3-year curriculum. The tasks designed consolidate students’ learning with a touch on integrated elements of history, geography and other related disciplines. They promote creativity, high-order thinking and self-directed learning, and require a high level of engagement and collaboration.