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Promotion of Biliteracy and Trilingualism

Programmes Supporting Non-Chinese Speakers in Learning Chinese

The Standing Committee on Language Education and Research (SCOLAR) has launched several programmes to cater to the needs of Non-Chinese Speakers in Hong Kong.

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Project for Developing Chinese Learning and Teaching Materials for Non-Chinese Speakers in Hong Kong
The Project aims at developing learning and teaching materials for non-Chinese speakers to enhance the effectiveness in teaching non-Chinese speakers Chinese and to provide them with self-learning tools in learning Chinese.
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Vocational Chinese Language Programme for Non-Chinese Speaking School Leavers (2017-19)
The Programme has invited two post-secondary institutions/training organisations to develop and operate Vocational Chinese Language courses pegged at Level 1 or 2 of the Qualifications Framework (QF) for non-Chinese speaking (NCS) school leavers. These courses aim at enhancing NCS school leavers' capability and confidence in listening, speaking, reading and writing in Chinese (especially in reading and writing), helping them obtain qualifications recognised by the Government and different sectors, and enhancing their employability.
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District-based Project on Supporting Non-Chinese Speaking Children in Learning Chinese (2017-19)
Through working with district-based non-profit making organisations, the project organises lively activities related to children’s daily experiences with the aim of enhancing non-Chinese speaking children’s interest in learning Chinese. Apart from facilitating them to enrich their daily vocabulary, the project also enhances their development in literacy and oracy.
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