2 edition of critical study of the development of school music education in Hong Kong, 1945-1997. found in the catalog.
critical study of the development of school music education in Hong Kong, 1945-1997.
Lai Suk-Ching Cham
by Kingston University
Written in English
A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements of Kingston University for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy.
The s in Hong Kong began against the chaotic backdrop of the resumption of British sovereignty after the Japanese occupation of Hong Kong ended in , and the renewal of the Nationalist-Communist Civil War in mainland prompted a large influx of refugees from the mainland, causing a huge population surge: from to , the population grew from . Students sit in for the Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education (HKDSE) Examination. Each year, Heep Yunn School holds an essay writing competition, which involves writing about newspaper articles.
This paper reviews research on Hong Kong's music education. The review shows that music education in Hong Kong after the change of sovereignty in differs from that in the People's Republic of China; there is an emphasis on western classical music rather than the traditional Chinese music in the classroom, with a disconnection between what students enjoy after school and the music . Kindermusik is the world’s leading provider of music-based education for children from birth through age seven. We use the power and joy of music-making to help children learn and grow during the years most critical to brain development.
China - China - Education: The educational system in China is a major vehicle for both inculcating values in and teaching needed skills to its people. Traditional Chinese culture attached great importance to education as a means of enhancing a person’s worth and career. In the early s the Chinese communists worked hard to increase the country’s rate of literacy, an effort . Founded in , the Journal of Historical Research in Music Education (JHRME) is a peer-reviewed international journal, published twice annually, and dedicated to publishing articles and reviews in the English intended audience is research scholars in music education, musicology and the history of education. JHRME is unique in that it is the only music education .
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Hong Kong school music education has a very short history of about 50 years, beginning in immediately after the Second World War.
It gradually evolved from practically no provision of music lessons to a well-structured system under the British administration until when sovereignty over Hong Kong was returned to China.
Leung, B. (a). Review and analysis of the educational purposes of the official music curriculum for Hong Kong primary schools. In Y. Cheng, K. Chow, & K. Tsui (Eds.), School curriculum change and development in Hong Kong (pp.
Hong Kong: Hong Kong Institute of Education. Google ScholarAuthor: Bo Wah 梁寶華 Leung. This book examines recent reforms and innovations in school music education within the changing societies of mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan.
These three regions share a common historical culture but have had diverse socio-political experiences. Whilst some musical knowledge is common to all three, some is particular to one or two and depends on their. It argues that Hong Kong school music education has made a gradual cultural shift towards globalism and nationalism, and away from the Westernism that has dominated Hong Kong music education since.
This chapter is a comprehensive review of the current provision of music composition education in formal and informal settings in Hong Kong with an in-depth discussion about its future prospect. The study makes references by reviewing documents like government reports, syllabuses, curriculum guide and policy addresses that are related to music Author: Chi Cheung Lawrence 梁志鏘 Leung.
ABSTRACT: This article examines the social development of Hong Kong's cultural and national identity since its return from the UK to the People's Republic of China (PRC) nearly six years ago, focusing on the extent to which Hong Kong students are now inculcated in traditional Chinese music and express their devotion to the PRC through singing the national anthem.
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The Hong Kong Education System P R E F A C E This report has been compiled to provide a background of basic information for the overall review of the Hong Kong education system which is to be conducted in and early book review Growing up in transit: the politics of belonging at an international school, by Danau Tanu, New York and Oxford, Berghahn Books,pp., $/£ (hardcover), ISBN This article examines the social development of Hong Kong's cultural and national identity since its return from the UK to the People's Republic of China (PRC) nearly six years ago, focusing on the extent to which Hong Kong students are now inculcated in traditional Chinese music and express their devotion to the PRC through singing the national anthem.
Hong Kong: Hong Kong Government, Education Department. FUNG, K. & LAM, C. () The tension between parents’ informed choice and school transparency: Consumerism in the Hong Kong education voucher scheme. Tom Lee is especially well-known for offering courses that follow the world-famous Yamaha Music Programme, which was created to encourage youngsters to acquire music skills and enhance their personal development in a relaxed learning environment.
School Development and Accountability Framework-School Self-evaluation- Assistance Scheme operated by Uniformed Groups and The Hong Kong Award for Young People for Needy Student Members. Community Care Fund Assistance Programmes. Hong Kong Government Education Bureau. "Music Education in Hong Kong Secondary Schools".
Victorian Journal of Music Education,No. 2, pp. Refereed Chapter in Book “Music Education in Hong Kong: a Historical and Social Perspective”. Music in Hong Kong, ed. Amy Chu, Hong Kong: Joint Publishing (HK),pp Translations. Yip’s Elementary Course for the Violin. supported its development in school organizations and the education system.
It also The learning study approach, which originated in Hong Kong, is now also the more researchers from the University of Hong Kong and the Hong Kong Institute of Education joined in the subsequent three-year project ().
Get this from a library. School Music Education and Social Change in Mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan. [Wai-chung Ho] -- This book compares, from a historical and sociopolitical perspective, the respective systems and contents of music education in mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan in response to globalization.
The Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK), a publicly funded tertiary institution, is an Education-focused, research-active university offering multidisciplinary programmes at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
Welcome to the Department of Music at the University of Hong Kong. Founded inthe Department of Music is part of the School of Humanities in the Faculty of Arts and is affiliated with The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts.
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Overview of the Textbook Situation in Hong Kong. Citing the work of Reynolds (), Fu () suggested that Hong Kong was an extremely small market from the publisher’s point of view, as there was a small number of the total in-school population.
Most of the textbook writers did not have full familiarity with the indigenous Cantonese. Board Member, International Society for Music Education.
Commissioner, Research Commission, International Society for Music Education. Vice President, Hong Kong Association for Music Education. - Adjunct Professor, School of Music, Northeast Normal University, China.
Hong Kong has seen a rapid and continued expansion of the performing arts scene in recent years, with a corresponding increase in job opportunities. The School of Music offers an ideal training environment which prepares its students for the demands likely to be placed on them when they enter the music profession.Get this from a library!
School music education and social change in mainland China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. [Wai-chung Ho] -- This book examines recent reforms and innovations in school music education within the changing societies of mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan.
These three regions share a common historical.Hong Kong (/ ˌ h ɒ ŋ ˈ k ɒ ŋ / (); Chinese: 香港, Cantonese: [hœ́ːŋ.kɔ̌ːŋ] ()), officially the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China (HKSAR), is a metropolitan area and special administrative region of the People's Republic of China on the eastern Pearl River Delta of the South China over million people of various .