2nd Majors and Minors 2022-2023

2022/23 2ND MAJORS & MINORS

Second Majors Minors General Education Free Elective Courses Enquiries 02 04 13 15 17 MINORS Chinese Language 中國語文 Chinese Religions and Culture 中國宗教與文化 English Language 英國語文 English Language Teaching (Primary) 英語教育 ( 小學) English Language Teaching (Secondary) 英語教育 ( 中學) Film and Popular Culture電影與流行文化 French Studies 法語 Japanese Studies 日語 Language and Society 語言與社會 Studies on Chinese Language Curriculum中國語文課程研究 Teaching Chinese as an International Language國際漢語教學 Translation 翻譯 SECOND MAJORS Chinese Language 中國語文 English Language 英國語文 A Second Major or a Minor in the humanities helps broaden and enrich your study in various aspects of human culture, including languages, literatures, cultures, religions and language education. The courses and programmes in the humanities provide you with the knowledge, intellectual skills and habits of thought indispensable to modern education. There may be some restrictions on the choices of Second Majors/Minors for some programmes. Please read carefully the requirements of the Second Majors/Minors and consult the offering departments/programmes before you make the choices. Second Majors/Minors will not lead to a Qualified Teacher Status. Teaching practice or immersion/ internship will not be arranged for students of Second Majors/Minors. Each course carries 3 credit points (CPs). Second Majors & Minors Contents

Students of 4-/5-year full-time undergraduate programmes may be permitted to enroll in a Second Major, subject to • Programme specific requirements; and • GPA requirement of 3.00 or above in the first year of study. The minimum credit requirement for the Second Majors offered by FHM is 36. Students who take English Language as Second Major will have in-depth knowledge of English as a language. They will advance their knowledge in the disciplines of linguistics, literature and applied English studies, in areas such as Phonetics and Phonology, Lexis, Morphology and Semantics, Grammar, Written and Spoken Discourse, Literature and Language Arts, Psycholinguistics, and Sociolinguistics. Students who take Chinese Language as a Second Major will be able to demonstrate a sound understanding of the Chinese Language and advance their knowledge in the disciplines of linguistics, literature and culture. Pre-requisite Requirements and Other Conditions for Declaring a Second Major: • Level 3 or above in Chinese Language in HKDSE, or equivalent; • Year 1 GPA: 3.00 or above; and • Applicants may be invited for an interview. Domain Course Code Course Title Dept Core CHI1559 現代漢語 CHL CHI3714 古代漢語 CHL CUS1002 中國文化概說 LCS CUS4019 中國思想: 原典選讀 LCS LIT1001 文學概論 LCS LIT2006 中國古代文學(一)(先秦-隋唐) LCS LIT2007 中國古代文學(二)(宋-清) LCS LIT2008 中國現代文學 LCS Electives (choose any 4 courses) CHI2450 語言傳播的理論與應用 LML CHI2571 媒體寫作 LCS CHI3452 篇章語言分析 LML CHI3565 漢語修辭學 LML CHI3575 漢字學 CHL CHI3712 粵語與香港本土文化 CHL CHI4577 漢語音韻學 CHL CHI4585 中國傳統語言學專書研讀 ( 先修科目: CHI3714) CHL CUS1001 中國傳統人生哲學 LCS LIT1002 兒童文學 LCS LIT2003 文學創作 LCS LIT3013 專家詩 LCS LIT3014 香港文學 LCS LIT3015 明清小說 LCS LIT4020 中國文學批評 LCS LIT4023 莊子 LCS LIT4024 詩經楚辭 LCS LIT4025 中國文學與其他藝術 LCS Chinese Language 中國語文 English Language 英國語文 Pre-requisite Requirements and Other Conditions for Declaring a Second Major: • IELTS 6.5 or above (with no paper below 6.0); • Year 1 GPA: 3.00 or above; and • Applicants may be invited for an interview. (Note: Students getting an average of Grade B or above in Year 1 mandatory English Enhancement courses will be considered more favorably.) Domain Course Code Course Title Dept Core ENG1249< English Grammar for Teachers I LML ENG1324 Introduction to Linguistics LML ENG1326 Introduction to English Phonetics and Phonology LML ENG2246 Introduction to Sociolinguistics LML ENG2347 Words and Their Meanings LML ENG3340 Spoken and Written Discourse LML ENG4419 Second Language Acquisition and Curriculum Design: Theory and Practice ELE LIT1040 Approaching English Literature LCS Electives (choose any 4 courses) CUS3014 Introduction to Film Studies LCS CUS3015 Approaching Popular Media LCS ENG2250Δ English Grammar for Teachers II LML ENG2336 Intercultural Communication LML ENG3266 Classroom Discourse Analysis ELE ENG3267 Language and Gender LML ENG3323 Teaching Grammar & Vocabulary ELE ENG3346 English as a Global Language LML ENG3399 Teaching Pronunciation (pre-requisite: ENG1326) ELE ENG3400 Advanced Phonology (pre-requisite: ENG1326) LML ENG3416 Written Genres and the Genre Approach to ELT ELE ENG3435 Integrating Information Technology in the ESL/EFL Classroom ELE ENG3437 Fostering Intercultural Learning and Growing: From Theory to Practice ELE ENG4269 Comparative Language Studies LML ENG4280 Language Assessment ELE ENG4292 Pragmatics LML ENG4413 Teaching English Literature ELE ENG4417 Motivation to Learn English: Theories and Practice ELE ENG4436 Drama in the ESL/EFL Classroom (pre-requisite: LIT3049) ELE ENG5236 ELT Methodology: Innovation and Change ELE LIN3021 Language, Brain and the Mind LML LIT2048 Literature in Context I: 1789 - 1914 LCS LIT3046 Creative Writing LCS LIT3047 Literatures in English: Poetry LCS LIT3049 Drama Performance and Playwriting LCS LIT3050 Readings in New Literatures in English LCS LIT3051 Children’s and Adolescent Literature LCS LIT3052 Literature in Context II: 1914 - 2000 LCS LIT4054 Shakespeare LCS LIT4055 Postcolonial Literatures in English LCS LIT4060 Literature and the Environment LCS < The title of this course is very similar to another course, ENG2325 English Grammar I, which cannot be used to form Second Major/Minor in English Language. Please check the course code carefully during course registration. Δ The title of this course is very similar to another course, ENG3329 English Grammar II, which cannot be used to form Second Major/Minor in English Language. Please check the course code carefully during course registration. SECOND MAJORS 2 3

4 5 Students of full-time undergraduate programmes (except those with programme/curriculum restriction) have the option of taking a Minor of 15 cps (or two Minors) of taught courses in the Core and Elective Domains for graduation with Minor(s), subject to specific requirements of the Minor(s). This Minor aims to deepen students’ understanding of popular religious beliefs and customs in Chinese culture. By studying the major religions in China, their impact on ancient and modern Chinese cultural history, and the cultural collision and religious transformation after the spread of Western religions in China, students will grasp the way religions and culture influence the life of Chinese, and gain a more comprehensive understanding of Chinese traditional culture. Domain Course Code Course Title Dept Electives (choose any 5 courses) CUS1001#♦ 中國傳統人生哲學 LCS CUS1003 宗教傳播與社會變遷 CUS2005 西方宗教與中國文化 CUS3007 儒道文化互動 CUS3008 佛教在香港 CUS4009 中西神話的文化想像 CUS4019# 中國思想:原典選讀 LIT5030 周易 # The courses, which are Major Core of BEd(CL) (Programme Code: A5B060), are only applicable for non-BEd(CL) students. ♦ T he course, which is Major Core of BA(Lang Studies) (Programme Code: A4B067), is only applicable for non-BA(Lang Studies) students. MINORS Chinese Language 中國語文 The Minor enables students to explore Chinese language and its cultures through various linguistics, literature and culture courses offered. Those who graduate with Chinese Language as a Minor will be able to demonstrate a basic knowledge about how the Chinese language can be analysed and about how it is used to communicate in social, cultural and/or professional contexts. Domain Course Code Course Title Dept Core (choose any 4 courses) CHI1559 現代漢語 CHL CHI2450 語言傳播的理論與應用 LML CHI3565 漢語修辭學 LML CHI3714 古代漢語 CHL CUS1001 中國傳統人生哲學 LCS LIT1001 文學概論 LCS LIT1002 兒童文學 LCS LIT2003 文學創作 LCS LIT2006 中國古代文學(一)(先秦-隋唐) LCS LIT2007 中國古代文學(二)(宋-清) LCS LIT2008 中國現代文學 LCS Electives (choose any 1 course) CHI3575 漢字學 CHL CHI4577 漢語音韻學 CHL LIT3013 專家詩 LCS LIT3014 香港文學 LCS LIT4020 中國文學批評 LCS Chinese Religions and Culture 中國宗教與文化

6 7 The Minor gives students opportunities to explore the English language and also to acquaint themselves with some of its associated cultures through the various linguistics and literature courses offered. Those who graduate with English Language as a Minor will be able to demonstrate a basic knowledge about how the English language can be analysed and about how it is used to communicate in social, cultural and/or professional contexts. These Minors focus on the teaching of the English language in primar y schools (Primar y Strand)/ secondary schools (Secondary Strand) and the practical issues and strategies involved. They enable students to have an understanding of how English is taught and help learners develop meta-knowledge and meta-cognition of the second language learning processes and strategies, which can be useful to their own English language learning. These Minors are only offered to undergraduate students in their 3rd year of study or beyond. The exit requirement of these Minors is IELTS 6.5 (with no sub-score lower than 6.0) or equivalent. English Language 英國語文 English Language Teaching (Primary/Secondary) 英語教育 ( 小學 / 中學 ) Domain Course Code Course Title Dept Electives (choose any 5 courses) CUS3014 Introduction to Film Studies LCS CUS3015 Approaching Popular Media LCS ENG1249< English Grammar for Teachers I LML ENG1324 Introduction to Linguistics LML ENG1326 Introduction to English Phonetics and Phonology LML ENG2246 Introduction to Sociolinguistics LML ENG2250Δ English Grammar for Teachers II LML ENG2336 Intercultural Communication LML ENG2347 Words and Their Meanings LML ENG3266 Classroom Discourse Analysis ELE ENG3267 Language and Gender LML ENG3323 Teaching Grammar & Vocabulary ELE ENG3340 Spoken and Written Discourse LML ENG3346 English as a Global Language LML ENG3399 Teaching Pronunciation (pre-requisite: ENG1326) ELE ENG3400 Advanced Phonology (pre-requisite: ENG1326) LML ENG3416 Written Genres and the Genre Approach to ELT ELE ENG3435 Integrating Information Technology in the ESL/EFL Classroom ELE ENG3437 Fostering Intercultural Learning and Growing: From Theory to Practice ELE ENG4269 Comparative Language Studies LML ENG4280 Language Assessment ELE ENG4292 Pragmatics LML ENG4413 Teaching English Literature ELE ENG4417 Motivation to Learn English: Theories and Practice ELE ENG4419 Second Language Acquisition and Curriculum Design: Theory and Practice ELE ENG4436 Drama in the ESL/EFL Classroom (pre-requisite: LIT3049) ELE ENG5236 ELT Methodology: Innovation and Change ELE LIN3021 Language, Brain and the Mind LML LIT1040 Approaching English Literature LCS LIT2048 Literature in Context I: 1789 - 1914 LCS LIT3046 Creative Writing LCS LIT3047 Literatures in English: Poetry LCS LIT3049 Drama Performance and Playwriting LCS LIT3050 Readings in New Literatures in English LCS LIT3051 Children’s and Adolescent Literature LCS LIT3052 Literature in Context II: 1914 - 2000 LCS LIT4054 Shakespeare LCS LIT4055 Postcolonial Literatures in English LCS LIT4060 Literature and the Environment LCS < The title of this course is very similar to another course, ENG2325 English Grammar I, which cannot be used to form Second Major/Minor in English Language. Please check the course code carefully during course registration. Δ The title of this course is very similar to another course, ENG3329 English Grammar II, which cannot be used to form Second Major/Minor in English Language. Please check the course code carefully during course registration. Primary Strand Domain Course Code Course Title Dept Core ENG2256 Primary ELT Methods I ELE ENG3261 Primary ELT Methods II ENG4419Ω Second Language Acquisition and Curriculum Design: Theory and Practice Electives (choose any 2 courses) ENG2402 Children’s Literature in the ESL/EFL Classroom ELE ENG3323 Teaching Grammar and Vocabulary ENG3399 Teaching Pronunciation (pre-requisite: ENG1326) ENG3416 Written Genres and the Genre Approach to ELT ENG3435 Integrating Information Technology in the ESL/EFL Classroom ENG4280 Language Assessment ENG4285 Content-based Language Teaching (pre-requisite: ENG3261 or ENG3262) ENG4342 Theories of Language Learning: Cognition and Context ENG4436# Drama in the ESL/EFL Classroom (pre-requisite: ENG2333, ENG3274 and LIT3049) Secondary Strand Domain Course Code Course Title Dept Core ENG2257 Secondary ELT Methods I ELE ENG3262 Secondary ELT Methods II ENG4419Ω Second Language Acquisition and Curriculum Design: Theory and Practice Electives (choose any 2 courses) ENG2403 Using Language Arts and Non-language Arts in the ESL/ EFL Classroom ELE ENG3323 Teaching Grammar and Vocabulary ENG3399 Teaching Pronunciation (pre-requisite: ENG1326) ENG3416 Written Genres and the Genre Approach to ELT ENG3435 Integrating Information Technology in the ESL/EFL Classroom ENG4280 Language Assessment ENG4285 Content-based Language Teaching (pre-requisite: ENG3261 or ENG3262) ENG4342 Theories of Language Learning: Cognition and Context ENG4436# Drama in the ESL/EFL Classroom (pre-requisite: ENG2333, ENG3274 and LIT3049) Ω ENG4419 is a Common Core for the two strands. Based on the policy that no double counting is permitted, students wishing to take Double Minors in both strands are required to take a total of 5 elective courses from the lists, in addition to the required Core courses (ie a total of 5 Core courses from both strands) to make up a total of 10 courses. # Students who have not taken the pre-requisite course yet should submit their applications for exemption to the course lecturer directly by email. After getting the approval, students have to contact their programme office to register the course manually.

8 9 Entertainment media, including film and popular culture, can have a profound impact on individual knowledge and behaviour and on society. Filmmakers and popular culture exponents play an increasingly vital role in shaping public opinion and transforming society. This Minor aims to equip students with the skills to identify and analyse key issues in the study of film and popular culture, guiding them to acquire a global and critical sensibility. Domain Course Code Course Title Dept Electives (choose any 5 courses) CUS2004 中國電影:創作、風格和接受 LCS CUS2012 English Language Popular Culture CUS3014 or CUS3016 Introduction to Film Studies or Studying Films in Context CUS3015 Approaching Popular Media CUS3017 Gender and Popular Culture CUS3019 電視劇:文本,觀眾與身份認同 HIS3038 近代中國文化史:電影、流行文化和政治 LIT4056 Literature and Film In line with the University’s twin goals of internationalisation and developing students’ global awareness, the Minor in Japanese Studies programme is primarily designed to enrich our students’ major studies by content learning (eg Japanese culture, history and current affairs) at the University or during their exchange semester(s) in a Japanese university. The second objective of this Minor programme is to equip our students with intermediate competence in the Japanese language, which allows students to use Japanese in everyday situations. Film and Popular Culture 電影與流行文化 French Studies 法語 In line with the University’s twin goals of internationalisation and developing students’ global awareness, the Minor in the French Studies programme is primarily designed to enrich our students’ major studies by content learning (ie French art, culture, education, and/or history) at the University or during their exchange semester(s) in a French university. The second objective of this Minor programme is to equip our students with a level of French competence equivalent to Level A2 or B1 with regard to the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR). Domain Course Code Course Title Dept Core LIN1014∞ French I LML LIN1017 French II LIN1024 French III LIN3025 French IV Electives (choose any 1 course) LIN1041 The French-speaking World in Films LML HIS2036 History of Modern France LCS LIN3029 French Language and Culture LML ∞ Students who have basic French proficiency have the option of taking an additional elective from the list to replace LIN1014 French I. Students’ proficiency will be assessed before approval. This Minor is only offered to students who are NON-EnglishMajors. The Minor programme aims to develop students’ knowledge in subject areas that examine the use of language in a variety of social contexts. It aims to enhance students’ awareness and sensitivity to the social meanings of context-specific language use in Chinese, English, and bilingual interaction. This Minor is Japanese Studies 日語 Language and Society 語言與社會 Domain Course Code Course Title Dept Core LIN1012∞ Japanese I LML LIN1013 Japanese II LIN2034 Japanese III LIN3037 Japanese IV Electives (choose any 1 course) HIS3010 Modern Japan and its Neighbors since the mid-19th Century LCS LIN3032 Japanese Language and Culture LML LIN3040 Topics in Japanese-Chinese Translation: Manga and Popular Culture LML ∞ Students who have basic Japanese proficiency have the option of taking an additional elective from the list to replace LIN1012 Japanese I. Students' proficiency will be assessed before approval. only offered to students who are non-English-majors. The knowledge and skills students gained in this Minor programme will equip them with a critical and analytical mind to understand the dynamics of social interaction in monolingual mode and in bilingual settings, from everyday conversations to field-specific discourse between teachers and educators, as well as between professionals in the workplace. 1. For all students except BA(Lang Studies) - Chinese Major students (For students admitted before 2020/21, transition period until 2024/25) Domain Course Code Course Title Dept Core ENG1324 Introduction to Linguistics LML ENG2246 Introduction to Sociolinguistics Electives (choose any 3 courses) CHI2450 or CHI3452 語言傳播的理論與應用 or 篇章語言分析 LML ENG3267 Language and Gender ENG3340 Spoken and Written Discourse ENG3346 or ENG4343 English as a Global Language or Asian Englishes and English as a Lingua Franca in Asia ENG4292 Pragmatics LIN3015 Introduction to Translation ENG3344 or LIN3016 Chinese-English Contrastive Grammar or Contrastive Analysis of Languages and Translation LIN1012 or LIN1013 or LIN1014 or LIN1017 or LIN1018 or LIN1024 or LIN1030 or LIN1033 or LIN2034 or LIN2035 or LIN2042 or LIN3029 or LIN3032 or LIN3036 Japanese I or Japanese II or French I or French II or Korean I or French III or German I or Korean II or Japanese III or Korean III or Exploring Korean Culture and Society through Multimedia or French Language and Culture or Japanese Language and Culture or Korean Language and Culture に ご ほ ん

10 11 2. For BA(Lang Studies) - Chinese Major students (For students admitted before 2020/21, transition period until 2024/25) Domain Course Code Course Title Dept Core ENG2246 Introduction to Sociolinguistics LML Electives (choose any 4 courses) CHI2450 or CHI3452 語言傳播的理論與應用 or 篇章語言分析 LML ENG3267 Language and Gender ENG3340 Spoken and Written Discourse ENG3346 or ENG4343 English as a Global Language or Asian Englishes and English as a Lingua Franca in Asia ENG4292 Pragmatics LIN3016 or ENG3344 Contrastive Analysis of Languages and Translation or Chinese-English Contrastive Grammar LIN1012 or LIN1013 or LIN1014 or LIN1017 or LIN1018 or LIN1024 or LIN1030 or LIN1033 or LIN2034 or LIN2035 or LIN2042 or LIN3029 or LIN3032 or LIN3036 Japanese I or Japanese II or French I or French II or Korean I or French III or German I or Korean II or Japanese III or Korean III or Exploring Korean Culture and Society through Multimedia or French Language and Culture or Japanese Language and Culture or Korean Language and Culture 3. For all students except BA(Lang Studies) - Chinese Major students (Applicable for Year 1 students admitted in September 2021 onwards) Domain Course Code Course Title Dept Core ENG1324 Introduction to Linguistics LML ENG2246 Introduction to Sociolinguistics LML Electives (choose any 4 courses) CHI2450 語言傳播的理論與應用 LML ENG3267 Language and Gender ENG3340 Spoken and Written Discourse ENG3346 or ENG4343 English as a Global Language or Asian Englishes and English as a Lingua Franca in Asia LIN2042 or LIN3029 or LIN3032 or LIN3036 Exploring Korean Culture and Society through Multimedia or French Language and Culture or Japanese Language and Culture or Korean Language and Culture Studies on Chinese Language Curriculum 中國語文課程研究 This Minor aims to provide students with insights into Chinese language curriculum and instruction, and thus to foster students’ ability to discover the pedagogical content knowledge required for effective Chinese teaching creatively and independently. Domain Course Code Course Title Dept Electives (choose any 5 courses) CHI3436^ 校本語文課程與教材發展 CHL CHI3614 中國語文教學心理學 CHI3617^ 課堂語言的理論與實踐 CHI3676 語文教學專題研究 CHI3677 各體文教學 CHI3678 童書教學 CHI3679 語文評估 CHI3913 中國民俗故事與語文教學 CHI3914 影視與中國語文教學 ^ CHI3436 and CHI3617, the Major Cores of BEd(CL) (Programme Code: A5B060), are only applicable for non-BEd(CL) students. 4. For BA(Language Studies) - Chinese Major students (Applicable for Year 1 students admitted in September 2021 onwards) Domain Course Code Course Title Dept Core ENG2246 Introduction to Sociolinguistics LML Electives (choose any 4 courses) CHI2450 語言傳播的理論與應用 LML ENG3267 Language and Gender ENG3340 Spoken and Written Discourse ENG3346 or ENG4343 English as a Global Language or Asian Englishes and English as a Lingua Franca in Asia LIN2042 or LIN3029 or LIN3032 or LIN3036 Exploring Korean Culture and Society through Multimedia or French Language and Culture or Japanese Language and Culture or Korean Language and Culture

13 General Education (GE) aims to broaden students’ intellectual horizons, help them make connections among different areas of knowledge between their formal studies and life outside the classroom, and strengthen their capacity for sound thinking and good judgement. GE offers a varied but balanced mix of individual courses across a range to subject areas and disciplines. General Education Breadth Courses The General Education Breadth Courses (GEBCs) are composed of three components, namely General Education Breadth Learning Strands (GELS), Positive and Values Education (PAVE) Courses and General Education Interdisciplinary Courses (GEICs). Students have to take one of each component for fulfilling the GEBCs requirement (9 cps). Component Course Code Course Title Dept GELS GEF1019 Travellers and Other Cultures: Literature and History LCS GEG1055 書法與中國文化 CHL GEG1060 Korean Popular Culture in Hong Kong LCS GEH1002 Critical Thinking for Everyday Life: Exploring the Evidence ELE PAVE GEK1014 正向人生與道家、道教 CHL GEK1027 Multiculturalism and International Mindedness CHL GEK2012 Writing Your Life ELE GEK2020 Positive Communication in Educational Settings ELE GEK2022 Perspectives on Difference: Promoting Social Awareness and Positivity LCS GEK2031 Positive Intercultural Communication in Everyday Life CHL GEICs GEI4003 Ideals and Reality: Urban Environments ELE GEI4005 Biographical Films: Arts, Societies and Human Development LCS GEI4011 Work: From Factory Floor to Our Robot Future LCS Under the new curriculum (Cohort 2019/20 or after), GE is set within an integrated structure of the following: • General Education Foundation Course • General Education Breadth Courses • Experiential Learning • University ePortfolio ▶ Please visit General Education Office for details GENERAL EDUCATION This Minor aims to broaden students’ understanding of teaching Chinese to non-native Chinese speakers (either in Cantonese or Putonghua). Students taking this Minor will acquire professional competence and knowledge of teaching Chinese as an international language in the local and global contexts, including local and international schools in Hong Kong. Teaching Chinese as an International Language 國際漢語教學 Translation 翻譯 This Minor is designed to develop students’ Chinese and English translation skills, strengthen their Chinese and English language proficiency, enhance their cultural awareness and train them to become bilingual communicators. It also aims to widen students’ interdisciplinary horizons and broaden their career options. Domain Course Code Course Title Dept Electives (choose any 5 courses) CHI3613 普通話與中國語文教學 CHL CHI3672 國際漢語課程與教材設計 CHI3673 國際漢語教學與評估 CHI3674 國際漢語教學話語分析 CHI3675 粵普對比分析 CHI4615 中國語文課程(非華語學生)單元教學設計及開發 CHI4671 國際漢語學習與習得 Domain Course Code Course Title Dept Core LIN3015* Introduction to Translation LML LIN3016 Contrastive Analysis of Languages and Translation LIN3023 Practical Translation Electives (choose any 2 courses) CHI2450 Language Communication: Theory and Practice LML CHI3452 篇章語言分析 CHI3565▣ Chinese Rhetoric ENG2325˅ English Grammar I ENG2336♦ Intercultural Communication ENG3329˅ English Grammar II ENG3344◼ Chinese-English Contrastive Grammar ENG4269◼ Comparative Language Studies LIN3031 Culture and Translation LIT3011 Chinese Literature in English Translation LCS LIT4021● Comparative Study of Chinese and Western Literature The courses that the following notes refer to are Major (Core)/Common Core courses for the programmes concerned and thus are not applicable for obtaining the Minor. * Not applicable for BA(Lang Studies) students [2015-19 cohort and onwards]. Students concerned are required to take 1 more elective (total 3 electives) as substitution. ▣ Not applicable for BA(Lang Studies) Chinese Major and BEd(CL) students. ˅ Not applicable for BA(Lang Studies) English Major students. ♦ Not applicable for BA(Lang Studies) and BA(TCSL) students. ◼ Not applicable for BA(Lang Studies) students [2014-18 cohort and before] and BA(TCSL) students. For students in BA(Lang Studies) [2015-19 cohort and onwards] and other programmes, they could choose either ENG3344 or ENG4269 as elective. ● Not applicable for BA(Lang Studies) students. 12

15 14 Experiential Learning Experiential Learning (EL) is composed of a 3-cp Co-curricular and Service Learning Course (CSLCs) and a 3-cp Experiential Learning Course (ELCs). Students are required to take one course from each component. Component Course Code Course Title Dept CSLCs CSL1015/GEM1029 Understanding Linguistic and Related Barriers through Services to Socially Disadvantaged Children LML CSL1034/GEM1030 Transforming Children through Reading Stories in English ELE CSL1035/GEM1038 語文嘉年華 CHL CSL1037/GEM1039 創意戲劇策略與語文教室 CHL CSL2033/GEM2023 中文報道及口述歷史寫作 LCS ELCs GEL1001 Exploring Hong Kong’s Rural Heritage and Nature (for 2018/19 cohort and onwards only) ELE The courses with a course code with “CSL” are offered to students of 2018/19 cohort and before, while the courses with a course code with “GEM” are offered to students of 2019/20 cohort and onwards. University ePortfolio Under the new curriculum from 2019/20 cohorts onwards, General Education Consolidation Course (GECC) will be phased out and transformed into University ePortfolio (UePortfolio) course. Students are required to take one course (3 cps) as “capstone” course. FHM offers the following UePortfolio courses in 2022/23. Component Course Code Course Title Dept UePortfolio GEJ4021 The Language We Live By CHL GEJ4022 Becoming a Language Educator in the Era of Change ELE GEJ4023 Enhancing Critical Literacy through Current Social Issues ELE GEJ4025 Building your UePortfolio on Multilingual Self and Society LML GEJ4026 Culture and Contemporary Life LCS On top of the Major courses, free electives provide greater flexibility and multiple learning pathways for students to develop their interests and explore their career aspirations. Each course carries 3 cps. Course Code Course Title Dept CHI1559 現代漢語 CHL CHI1666 現代漢語通論 CHL CHI2571 媒體寫作 LCS CHI3436 校本語文課程與教材發展 CHL CHI3565 漢語修辭學 LML CHI3573 漢語語言學專題 CHL CHI3575 漢字學 CHL CHI3613 普通話與中國語文教學 CHL CHI3614 中國語文教學心理學 CHL CHI3617 課堂語言的理論與實踐 CHL CHI3672 國際漢語課程與教材設計 CHL CHI3673 國際漢語教學與評估 CHL CHI3674 國際漢語教學話語分析 CHL CHI3675 粵普對比分析 CHL CHI3676 語文教學專題研究 CHL CHI3677 各體文教學 CHL CHI3678 童書教學 CHL CHI3679 語文評估 CHL CHI3712 粵語與香港本土文化 CHL CHI3713 普通話語音研習及理論應用 CHL CHI3714 古代漢語 CHL CHI3725 語文教學與資訊科技素養 CHL CHI3741 朗誦與語文教學 CHL CHI3913 中國民俗故事與語文教學 CHL CHI3914 影視與中國語文教學 CHL CHI4577 漢語音韻學 CHL CHI4585 中國傳統語言學專書研讀 CHL CHI4615 中國語文課程( 非華語學生) 單元教學設計及開發 CHL CHI4671 國際漢語學習與習得 CHL CUS1001 中國傳統人生哲學 LCS CUS1002 中國文化概說 LCS CUS2004 中國電影:創作、風格和接受 LCS CUS2012 English Language Popular Culture LCS CUS3007 儒道文化互動 LCS CUS3014 Introduction to Film Studies LCS CUS4019 中國思想:原典選讀 LCS ENG1249 English Grammar for Teachers I LML ENG1324 Introduction to Linguistics LML ENG1326 Introduction to English Phonetics and Phonology LML ENG2246 Introduction to Sociolinguistics LML ENG2250 English Grammar for Teachers II LML ENG2325 English Grammar I LML ENG2336 Intercultural Communication LML ENG2347 Words and Their Meanings LML ENG3267 Language and Gender LML ENG3329 English Grammar II LML ENG3340 Spoken and Written Discourse LML ENG3344 Chinese-English Contrastive Grammar LML ENG3346 English as a Global Language LML ENG3400 Advanced Phonology LML ENG4292 Pragmatics LML HIS1003 Introduction to Historical Ideas and Practices LCS HIS1004 Life in the Ancient World LCS HIS1043 Modern Hong Kong: From Opium War to Basic Law LCS FREE ELECTIVE COURSES New EL courses are coming soon!

17 16 Course Code Course Title Dept HIS2008 China: Reform and Revolution from Late Qing to 1949 LCS HIS2042 中國歷史( 三):宋至清中葉 LCS HIS3009 Revolution and Modernity: History of the PRC LCS HIS3011 The Making of Modern Asia: Decolonization and Independence LCS HIS3012 World War and World Peace LCS HIS3024 中國政治及法律制度史 LCS HIS3038 近代中國文化史:電影、流行文化和政治 LCS HIS3047 中國歷史地理 LCS HIS3053 臺灣歷史:傳統與現代的連結 LCS HIS4015 Historiography LCS HIS4048 中國思想史 LCS LIN1012 Japanese I LML LIN1013 Japanese II LML LIN1014 French I LML LIN1017 French II LML LIN1018 Korean I LML LIN1024 French III LML LIN1033 Korean II LML LIN1041 The French-speaking World in Films LML LIN2020 Child Language Development LML LIN2028 French Art and Culture LML LIN2034 Japanese III LML LIN2035 Korean III LML LIN2042 Exploring Korean Culture and Society through Multimedia LML LIN3015 Introduction of Translation LML LIN3016 Contrastive Analysis of Language and Translation LML LIN3021 Language, Brain, and the Mind LML LIN3023 Practical Translation LML LIN3025 French IV LML LIN3026 Advanced French LML LIN3027 Contemporary French Society LML LIN3029 French Language and Culture LML LIN3031 Culture and Translation LML LIN3032 Japanese Language and Culture LML LIN3036 Korean Language and Culture LML LIN3037 Japanese IV LML LIN3040 Topics in Japanese-Chinese Translation: Manga and Popular Culture LML LIN4001 Language and the Human Footprint LML LIT1001 文學概論 LCS LIT1002 兒童文學 LCS LIT1040 Approaching English Literature LCS LIT2003 文學創作 LCS LIT2006 中國古代文學(一)(先秦-隋唐) LCS LIT2007 中國古代文學(二)(宋-清) LCS LIT2008 中國現代文學 LCS LIT2043 Literatures in English I: Fiction LCS LIT2045 Literatures in English II: Drama LCS LIT2048 Literature in Context I: 1789 – 1914 LCS LIT3011 Chinese Literature in English Translation LCS LIT3013 專家詩 LCS LIT3014 香港文學 LCS LIT3016 文學經典作品選讀 LCS LIT3046 Creative Writing LCS LIT3047 Literatures in English: Poetry LCS LIT3050 Readings in New Literatures in English LCS LIT3052 Literature in Context II: 1914 – 2000 LCS LIT4020 中國文學批評 LCS LIT4055 Postcolonial Literatures in English LCS LIT4056 Literature and Film LCS LIT4060 Literature and the Environment LCS LIT5030 周易 LCS Offering Programme/ Department Second Major Minor Programme/ Departmental Coordinator Enquiries Chinese Language 中國語文 BEd(CL) Programme √ √ Dr HO Chi Hang 2948 7350 chho@eduhk.hk Ms Doris CHAN 2948 7964 a5b060@eduhk.hk Chinese Religions and Culture 中國宗教與文化 LCS - √ Dr FUNG Shu Fun 2948 7191 sffung@eduhk.hk Ms Sandy CHAN 2948 6180 yeeman@eduhk.hk English Language 英國語文 BEd(EL) Programme √ √ Ms CHAN Ka Yin Clairine 2948 7392 cky@eduhk.hk Ms Karen LAU 2948 7152 a5b059@eduhk.hk English Language Teaching (Primary) 英語教育(小學) ELE - √ Ms CHAN Ka Yin Clairine 2948 7392 cky@eduhk.hk Ms Ingrid LAW 2948 7269 ikllaw@eduhk.hk English Language Teaching (Secondary) 英語教育(中學) √ Film and Popular Culture 電影與流行文化 LCS - √ Dr BANERJEE Bidisha 2948 6010 banerjee@eduhk.hk Ms Sandy CHAN 2948 6180 yeeman@eduhk.hk French Studies 法語 LML - √ Ms MOULIMOIS Alice 2948 7254 moulimoisal@eduhk.hk Ms Teresa YEUNG 2948 7263 tysyeung@eduhk.hk Japanese Studies 日語 √ Mr CHEN Charles Chun Jr 2948 7902 charleschenjr@eduhk.hk Language and Society 語言與社會 √ Dr CHIN Chi On Andy 2948 7780 andychin@eduhk.hk Studies on Chinese Language Curriculum 中國語文課程研究 CHL - √ Dr HO Chi Hang 2948 7350 chho@eduhk.hk Ms Carol CHOW 2948 8153 ckaman@eduhk.hk Teaching Chinese as an International Language 國際漢語教學 √ Translation 翻譯 LML - √ Dr LIU Fung Ming Christy 2948 7887 liufm@eduhk.hk Ms Teresa YEUNG 2948 7263 tysyeung@eduhk.hk Every effort has been made to ensure that information contained in this website is correct. Changes to any aspects of the programmes may be made from time to time due to unforeseeable circumstances beyond our control and the University reserves the right to make amendments to any information contained in this website without prior notice. The University accepts no liability for any loss or damage arising from any use or misuse of or reliance on any information contained in this booklet. Please refer to Registry’s website at www.eduhk.hk/re for requirements, application procedures and other details. The information given in this booklet is accurate as of March 2022. Please refer to FHM’s programme website at www.eduhk.hk/fhm/en/page/second-major-and-minor for the latest course information. ENQUIRIES

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