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Cantonese is the main language spoken in Hong Kong. English was taught in Hong Kong’s schools before 1997 because Hong Kong was a colony of the United Kingdom. By the end of 1994, however, only 20% of secondary schools adopted Cantonese as the language medium of teaching.
Key words: language policy; language in education; medium of instruction . The subjects were 262 first-year students at the Hong Kong Polytech- nic University
official languages of Hong Kong for the purposes of communication between the medium of instruction in about 10% of the schools at primary level, and over
1. Mother tongue Education in Hong Kong. Jackie Xiu Yan. City University of Hong Kong. Medium of instruction: A highly politicized issue. Medium of instruction
10 Jul 2015 Sadly, this appears to be the case with the medium of instruction in secondary schools. Under the so-called fine-tuning measures introduced in
Instruction through the medium of English in Hong Kong schoolsN. Cheng (Ed.), Issues in language of instruction in Hong Kong, Cosmos, Hong Kong Into the twenty first century: Issues of language in education in Hong Kong, Linguistic
9 Apr 2017 Another big area of change has been in the medium of instruction (MOI), For Chan, PMIC contradicts the rationale of mother-tongue teaching, which better using their native language – in Hong Kong’s case, Cantonese.Chinese, should be the medium of instruction throughout the system, but one dialect or another is the mother tongue of over 98% of our population . . . and.
Keywords: medium of instruction, language policy, content and language integrated learning, Hong Kong. First/corresponding author: Anita Y.K. Poon; second
11 Aug 2018 as a medium of instruction (EMI) became very popular and before the handover. 90% of Hong Kong’s secondary schools used English as their
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