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How to use historical archives and community resources to teach local history: using the How to use historical archives and community resources to teach local history: using the early stages of development of public housing in Hong Kong as an example (New) Mr IP Kai-yiu Pui Kiu College CDI 020160894 18 March 2016 1

Using Historical Documents Advantages Student’s perspective Empathy Arose student’s interest History is ROUND THE Using Historical Documents Advantages Student’s perspective Empathy Arose student’s interest History is ROUND THE CORNER Become more confident (Senior Secondary Level students) better preparation for DSE Teacher’s perspective A quality assignment A quality assessment 2

Using Historical Documents Disadvantages: Very Complicated 3 Using Historical Documents Disadvantages: Very Complicated 3

Using Historical Documents 4 Using Historical Documents 4

Junior Secondary Level History—Hong Kong A School-based Curriculum Major topics Local Chinese leaders in Junior Secondary Level History—Hong Kong A School-based Curriculum Major topics Local Chinese leaders in early 20 th century Entrepot trade The Colonial Hong Kong The Japanese occupation Rise of Hong Kong economy Chaotic 1950 and 1960 The rise of Hong Kong in 1970 s Becoming a part of China 5

SS History—Hong Kong DSE Curriculum Political and institutional changes Main trends of development Characteristics SS History—Hong Kong DSE Curriculum Political and institutional changes Main trends of development Characteristics of different stages of development Development as an international city Economic development, urbanization and population changes The coexistence and interaction of Chinese and foreign cultures Relationship with the mainland its role in the Asia. Pacific Rim 6

Senior Secondary History—Hong Kong HKDSE 2014 Paper II Q 1 Choose Two of the Senior Secondary History—Hong Kong HKDSE 2014 Paper II Q 1 Choose Two of the following issues and examine how the Hong Kong government tackled the problems arising from these issues: The Canton-Hong Kong General Strike and Boycott (192526) b) Struggles between supporters of the Kuomintang [Guomindang] and those of the Chinse Communist Party from the 1940 s to the 1960 s c) The influx of mainland Chinese immigrants in the 1950 s and the 1960 s d) The question of Hong Kong’s future in the 1980 s and the 1990 s a) 7

To prepare for the topic Normal practice Ask students to read the book… 8 To prepare for the topic Normal practice Ask students to read the book… 8

To prepare for the topic Go online Basic understanding Get the kids involved Mini-research To prepare for the topic Go online Basic understanding Get the kids involved Mini-research http: //www. grs. gov. hk/ws/online/utsr/record-en. htm 9

To prepare for the topic To design a worksheet? Not necessary A few questions? To prepare for the topic To design a worksheet? Not necessary A few questions? Fine enough Sample questions: Population change from 1945 -1950 s http: //www. grs. gov. hk/ws/online/utsr/record-en. htm 10

To prepare for the topic Sample questions: Were there anything except house in the To prepare for the topic Sample questions: Were there anything except house in the Li Cheng Uk squatter? http: //www. grs. gov. hk/ws/online/utsr/record-en. htm 11

To prepare for the topic Sample questions: When did the great fire of Shek To prepare for the topic Sample questions: When did the great fire of Shek Kip Mei happen? What was the immediate impact of the fire? http: //www. grs. gov. hk/ws/online/utsr/record-en. htm 12

To prepare for the topic Sample questions: How many rooms were there in a To prepare for the topic Sample questions: How many rooms were there in a seven-storey building in Li Cheng Uk? How long does it take for the construction after piling? http: //www. grs. gov. hk/ws/online/utsr/reco rd-en. htm 13

To prepare for the topic Sample questions: What was the job of the mobile To prepare for the topic Sample questions: What was the job of the mobile Resettlement Unit? http: //www. grs. gov. hk/ws/online/utsr/record-en. htm 14

To start with… 15 To start with… 15

To start with…arousing curiosity 「 獨立水電錶,洗手間」? Separated water meter and electricity meter? Toilet for To start with…arousing curiosity 「 獨立水電錶,洗手間」? Separated water meter and electricity meter? Toilet for their own? 「入牆電線」 ? Wall wire? 「私用陽台可以用來煮食 ?」 One can cook in the private balcony? 16

Confirming their curiosity… Why did they brush their teeth in the corridor? Why didn’t Confirming their curiosity… Why did they brush their teeth in the corridor? Why didn’t that men wash the spittoon at home? 17

Problems encountered… Insecurity Peepers everywhere Not enough space at home Kids were asked to Problems encountered… Insecurity Peepers everywhere Not enough space at home Kids were asked to play outside the room No separated room changing clothes behind the curtain only 5 people sleeping together No private toilet No pipe water / warm water supply Running out of water at home Had to boil water for bathing Unstable electricity supply Had to use candles 18

Content Curiosity Problem Reasons 19 Content Curiosity Problem Reasons 19

Content Junior Secondary Level Reasons behind The general condition of squatter and resettlement areas Content Junior Secondary Level Reasons behind The general condition of squatter and resettlement areas The evolution of different kinds of public housing Senior Secondary Level Reasons behind Chinese immigrants Government’s policy How to tackle the problems 20

To consolidate… site visit Mei Ho House Shek Kip Mei t! i l e To consolidate… site visit Mei Ho House Shek Kip Mei t! i l e fe s id k e th t e L 21

The Heritage of Mei Ho Estate 美荷樓生活館 Thematic Exhibition 1. Memories of the past The Heritage of Mei Ho Estate 美荷樓生活館 Thematic Exhibition 1. Memories of the past 2. Shek Kip Mei Fire 3. Live in Shek Kip Mei 4. Mei Ho House is My Home 5. Affection for Shek Kip Mei 6. Memories of Shek Kip Mei 22

The Heritage of Mei Ho Estate 美荷樓生活館 23 The Heritage of Mei Ho Estate 美荷樓生活館 23

Thematic Exhibition—Memories of the past 24 Thematic Exhibition—Memories of the past 24

Thematic Exhibition—Shek Kip Mei Fire 25 Thematic Exhibition—Shek Kip Mei Fire 25

Thematic Exhibition—Affection for Shek Kip Mei 26 Thematic Exhibition—Affection for Shek Kip Mei 26

Thematic Exhibition—Mei Ho House is my house 27 Thematic Exhibition—Mei Ho House is my house 27

The Heritage of Mei Ho Estate 美荷樓生活館 Permanent exhibition 7.  1950 s Shek Kip The Heritage of Mei Ho Estate 美荷樓生活館 Permanent exhibition 7.  1950 s Shek Kip Mei Resettlement Area 8.  Veranda, Kitchen 9. Two families of five people sharing a unit 10. One unit one household 11. Public hygiene facilities 12. Shops in resettlement block 13. Shek Kip Mei Public Housing in 1970 s 14. Units of Mei Ho House 15. L-shaped unit of Mei Ho House 16. Highlight of Public Housing Development in Hong Kong 28

Permanent exhibition— 1950 s Shek Kip Mei Resettlement Area 29 Permanent exhibition— 1950 s Shek Kip Mei Resettlement Area 29

Permanent exhibition—Two families of five people sharing a unit 30 Permanent exhibition—Two families of five people sharing a unit 30

Permanent exhibition—Public hygiene facilities 31 Permanent exhibition—Public hygiene facilities 31

Permanent exhibition—Shops in resettlement block 32 Permanent exhibition—Shops in resettlement block 32

Permanent exhibition—Highlight of Public Housing Development in Hong Kong 33 Permanent exhibition—Highlight of Public Housing Development in Hong Kong 33

After siting visiting? Selfexploration Lecturing Consolidation site visit Consolidation practice: Assignments and Assessments 34 After siting visiting? Selfexploration Lecturing Consolidation site visit Consolidation practice: Assignments and Assessments 34

Quality Assignment + Assessment? Use of Primary Source? 35 Quality Assignment + Assessment? Use of Primary Source? 35

Using primary sources Hong Kong Government Record Service Online Catalogues http: //www. grs. gov. Using primary sources Hong Kong Government Record Service Online Catalogues http: //www. grs. gov. hk/ws/online/utsr/record-en. htm 36

Using primary sources http: //www. grs. gov. hk/ws/online/utsr/record-en. htm 37 Using primary sources http: //www. grs. gov. hk/ws/online/utsr/record-en. htm 37

Using primary sources Photos Map 38 Using primary sources Photos Map 38

An example: Clearance and Resettlement of Squatters 1 st October, 1954 -31 st December, An example: Clearance and Resettlement of Squatters 1 st October, 1954 -31 st December, 1954 http: //www. grs. gov. hk/ws/online/utsr/record-en. htm 39

An example: Clearance and Resettlement of Squatters 1 st October, 1954 -31 st December, An example: Clearance and Resettlement of Squatters 1 st October, 1954 -31 st December, 1954 http: //www. grs. gov. hk/ws/online/utsr/record-en. htm 40

Setting Senior Secondary Level DBQ Main theme: Hong Kong after the 1950 s Influence Setting Senior Secondary Level DBQ Main theme: Hong Kong after the 1950 s Influence of Chinese immigrants after 1949. http: //www. grs. gov. hk/ws/online/utsr/record-en. htm 41

Setting Junior Secondary Level DBQ Underlined area Different from Senior Secondary Level DBQ A Setting Junior Secondary Level DBQ Underlined area Different from Senior Secondary Level DBQ A description on every room To develop empathy 42

Setting Senior Secondary Level DBQ Theme: Hong Kong political change Commitment to Hong Kong? Setting Senior Secondary Level DBQ Theme: Hong Kong political change Commitment to Hong Kong? Event(s) Function Funder Opening of Community Centre Recreation Methodist Church Opening of Peace Clinic Medical Hong Kong Group of the Chinese Mission in Many Lands Opening of Clinic Medical Maryknoll Sister Opening of Family Life Centre Recreation Church of Christ in China Opening of Maternity Home and Clinic Medical Lok Tao Christian Association Distributing Free Milk Welfare Church World Service Opening of Government medical Clinic Medical Hong Kong Government Opening of Welfare Centre Recreation The Maryknoll Fathers Opening Nursery Education Salvation Army Opening of Primary school Education Franciscan Missionaries of Mary Opening of Primary School Education Carmel Village Swatow Christian Church Opening of Free Library Recreation HK Junior Chamber of Commerce 43

Setting Senior Secondary Level DBQ So Complicated? 4 ‘pages’ only http: //www. grs. gov. Setting Senior Secondary Level DBQ So Complicated? 4 ‘pages’ only http: //www. grs. gov. hk/ws/online/utsr/record-en. htm 44

Setting Junior Secondary Level DBQ Aim Developing empathy Bring the kids back to the Setting Junior Secondary Level DBQ Aim Developing empathy Bring the kids back to the 1950 s Chances and difficulties The Government accepted a suggestion from the Urban Council that settlers might start their business. Settlers would be required to pay $100 a month rent for a two ground-floor room for their business. It is reported that genuine shop-keepers welcomed these new arrangements. The government believed that this would be another source of income of the resettlement estates. http: //www. grs. gov. hk/ws/online/utsr/record-en. htm 45

Setting Junior Secondary Level Questions Chances? Starting your own business? Empathy 46 Setting Junior Secondary Level Questions Chances? Starting your own business? Empathy 46

Setting Junior Secondary Level Questions Understanding the living condition? Difficulties? Making use of the Setting Junior Secondary Level Questions Understanding the living condition? Difficulties? Making use of the site-visit mini-research 47

Quality Assignment + Assessment Junior Secondary Level Let the kids to have a taste Quality Assignment + Assessment Junior Secondary Level Let the kids to have a taste of it Less fear More confidence Senior Secondary Level A more DSE-like questions Good for developing empathy Understand primary source Much different from questions from books or data banks 48