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2016-2017香港中小學生英文寫作比賽
时间:2017-5-15 15:36:12     来源:本站原创    点击:737

亞洲兒童教育協會

香港中小學生英文寫作比賽2016-2017 頒獎典禮

保安局局長黎棟國先生 主禮


 

由亞洲兒童教育協會及生歷奇教育統籌有限公司主辦,香港善導會及創意讀書會協辦的「香港中小學生英文寫作比賽2016-2017 頒獎典禮」,於512日下午四時半至五時半在科學園高錕會議中心舉行。

 

今年已是連續第五屆舉行比賽,是次比賽以「更生」為主題,參與反應非常踴躍。亞洲兒童教育協會會長張家華女士表示此次比賽吸引全港超過150間中小學,多達6000名學生參與。今年繼續響應環保,推行比賽電子化,讓學生透過網上申請及上載作品以減少浪費紙張。同時亦歡迎公眾人士到訪比賽網站 (http://appclass.hk/)欣賞學生作品。

 

此外,今年是監獄署易名為香港「懲教署」35周年紀念,同時是香港善導會成立60周年,使本屆比賽有著重要意義。香港懲教署為表示支持,高級監督(更生事務)林偉光先生到場給學生。

 

再者,大會很榮幸邀請到保安局局長黎棟國先生GBSIDSMJP作為特別頒獎嘉賓,連同香港航空董事會副董事長及執行董事鄧竟成先生、香港善導會副總幹事李淑慧女士、香港懲教署高級監督(更生事務)林偉光先生等其他嘉賓,為來自4 個不同年齡組別的同學頒發獎項

 

主辦機構之一,生歷奇教育統籌有限公司董事梁思韻女士表示未來會繼續推廣比賽,在提高學生英語寫作能力的同時,更要喚起大眾對不同社會議題的關注,以傳播愛心。

 

主辦機構對比歷屆參賽作品,發現本地學生的英文寫作水平和興趣正逐年提高

 

今次比賽我們亦有很多有趣的發現,例如超過八成參賽高中生都認為相比加重監禁刑期,其他方法更有效阻止罪行發生當中最多學生認同的方法是增強教育。而小學參賽作品當中,最多學生認為偷竊、戲弄老師及破壞公物是壞行為。

 

,評審表示,整而言中小學生最常犯的錯誤為時態不當 (Tenses)及主謂一致性 (Subject verb agreement),小學生亦常見有拼寫錯誤 (Spellings)同學應加倍留意。所有得獎作品可於以下網頁瀏覽:http://appclass.hk/index.php?l=event2017ewc&lang=en

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Asia Children Education Association

Hong Kong Primary & Secondary School English Writing Competition

2016 – 2017

 

Mr Lai Tung-kwok, GBS, IDSM, JP (Secretary for Security)

 

 

The Hong Kong Primary & Secondary School English Writing Competition 2016 - 2017 is organized by Synergy Education Provider Co. Ltd on behalf of the Asia Children Education Association, The Society of Rehabilitation and Crime Prevention Hong Kong (香港善導會) and Creative Learning Association (HKCLA). On 12th May, 2017 (Friday), Asia Children Education Association held an Awards Ceremony to award the outstanding participants.

 

This year is the fifth year of the competition.  The Chairperson, Angel Cheung of Asia Children Education Association confirmed that nearly 6000 students from 150 primary & secondary schools have participated in the competition. This is also the second year the submission process was in an electronic format to reduce paper waste, and make the competition more environmentally friendly. Angel would also like to invite the public to read all students’ essays online (http://appclass.hk/)

 

2017 marks the 60th Anniversary of The Society of Rehabilitation and Crime Prevention, and is the 35th Anniversary of the renaming of Prisons Department as “Correctional Services Department”. To celebrate these special anniversaries, the theme was set as “Never too late & A New Beginning”, providing students with the opportunity to think about morals, society, social harmony and second chances.

 

The organizers, ACEA and Synergy Education are honoured to welcome Mr Lai Tung-kwok, GBS, IDSM, JP, Secretary for Security to present the awards to the students from four age groups.  Mr. Lai said one of the reasons he supports this competition is that the theme is about rehabilitation. He further congratulates all the winners of the competition who are not only great writers but also youngsters with a big heart. Ms. Renee Leung of Synergy Education said they will keep organizing this meaningful competition to promote English writing and awareness of different social issues. She is also impressed by the students’ ideas and high standard of English.


 

Through this competition, some interesting information has been discovered, such as 82% of senior secondary students believe that alternative methods would be more effective than longer prison sentences in lowering crime rates. In the senior primary division (P4-6), the most common ways of being bad, that students included in their writing, were stealing, playing pranks on the teacher and destroying something important. While the junior primary division (P1-3) students commonly thought of bad things as stealing, sticking signs on people’s backs and calling people names.

 

The judges stated that the primary students showed great imagination and ability to tell a story. Junior secondary students displayed good awareness of the necessary structure and tone of informal letter writing, while exercising their creativity. The senior secondary students exhibited good critical thinking skills and they reasoned their arguments well. Some students also cited references to the information they included in their essays and the judges were very impressed at this thoroughness.

 

The judges also highlighted some common errors that were noticeable. Primary school students should be remember to check their spelling and be careful when using the past tense. Junior secondary students also made mistakes when using the past and present tenses, often mixing these tenses up within the same sentence. A common problem found in many entries in junior and senior secondary school was subject verb agreement. As with all submitted writing, whether for homework or competition, the judges hope that students proofread their work to avoid these common errors in future and raise the standard of the writing even further.