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S6 Bilingual Children’s Literature Appreciation Series

儿童文学欣赏

SCHOOL / ORGANISATION
Greenwood Primary School

SYNOPSIS

Greenwood Primary School believes in the character building of pupils through the use of children’s literature. As such, we have planned and introduced children’s literature appreciation in our Applied Learning Programme (ALP) – Bilingual Children’s Literature Appreciation Series (BLISS), to prepare pupils to thrive in the fast-changing and an increasingly complex world. BLISS incorporates Socratic Questioning (SQ) and Philosophy for Children (P4C) strategies to equip pupils with 21st-century skills such as critical thinking, communication and collaboration skills while instilling the school values in them.

The BLISS curriculum has been developed specifically to target the above outcomes. Children’s literature texts are selected based on pupils’ learning needs. SQ and P4C strategies are purposefully introduced in BLISS lessons to give the opportunities to appreciate children’s literature, apply thinking routines in reasoning and decision making, accept different perspectives, form opinions in relation to the global issues related to the Singaporean context and other countries, and internalise the values learnt.

摘要

学林小学深信儿童文学对学生的品格发展起着举足轻重的作用,而应变能力是品格发展的重要内容。因此,为了培养孩子的应变能力,让他们能应付瞬息万变的未来,本校通过应用学习项目,让学生初步接触儿童文学。在教学中,我们结合了苏格拉底教学法、儿童哲学以及学校的价值观,编写了一套儿童文学欣赏教学配套,以此来辅助学生的品格发展。配套中的篇章是按照学生的学习能力从儿童文学中筛选出来的。

这套儿童文学欣赏课程能让学生在欣赏儿童文学的同时,激发他们的批判性思维和创意思维能力,让他们在面对挑战时,能从不同的视角进行分析,既具有本土观,也具有环球视野,并能掌握21世纪技能及核心价值观。

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