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English Skills Practice (Primary)- Available for download

28 August, 2017 - 15:23

English Skills Practice (Primary) is a series of supplementary exercises for Primary 1 to 6 students to build up their reading, writing, listening and speaking skills. It is now available for local primary school teacher​s to download for free.

If you are a local primary school teacher, please sign up to access Open English and associated resources (student's version). For details, please click here.

 

Open Textbook Seminars for School Teachers (Cancelled)

13 March, 2017 - 16:00

In order to introduce open textbook to Hong Kong schools, we will organize monthly seminars for primary and secondary school teachers between March and May 2017 at the OUHK campus. The seminar will cover: The concept of open textbooks and open licenses; Features of Open English in multiple formats; and How open textbooks can enhance learning and teaching.  For details, please click here

Upcoming session (Prior registration required) (Cancelled)
13 May 2017 (Saturday),
9:30-11:30am,
Rm C0611, Block C, OUHK (Main Campus)

Open Textbook Seminars for School Teachers

24 January, 2017 - 09:41

In order to introduce open textbook to Hong Kong schools, we will organize monthly seminars for primary and secondary school teachers between March and May 2017 at the OUHK campus. The seminar will cover: The concept of open textbooks and open licenses; Features of Open English in multiple formats; and How open textbooks can enhance learning and teaching.  For details, please click here. 

Upcoming session (Prior registration required): 
8 April 2017 (Saturday),
9:30-11:30am, 
Rm C0710, OUHK (Main Campus)
 

Open English (PDF): free download available!(16Nov)

16 November, 2016 - 10:46

Open English (PDF version) is now available to local school teachers who are members of our website. Teachers may also be interested to note that Practice Papers for Secondary 4 to 6 has been released for free download. Click to see the full list of books available for local teachers. Let's sign up and download Open English for free! After the sign up process, we will contact you ASAP to activate your account. 

Moreover, Open English (Primary) is now available on EdCity's EdBookshelf: Click here for details (free download). 

Open English–Associated teaching resources released (1 Nov)

1 November, 2016 - 11:20

The fifth batch of teaching resources has been available for local school teachers (Login required):  Activity Books for P3(all units) and S2 (Unit 4 to 8)   Click here to see the full list of book release on 1 Nov 2016 

If local school teachers have not been our members, please sign up to access the student's edition of Open English.  If they would like to obtain teaching resources, they are required to fill in a school request form. Please contact us (Tel: 2768 6484) for details. 

Open English–Associated teaching resources released (11 Oct)

11 October, 2016 - 09:23

The fourth batch of teaching resources has been available for local school teachers (Login required):  Activity Books for P2 (all units),  S1 (Units 4 and 5) and S3 (Units 5,7,and 8)  Click here to see the full list of book release on 11 Oct 2016

If local school teachers have not been our members, please sign up to access the student's edition of Open English.  If they would like to obtain teaching resources, they are required to fill in a school request form. Please contact us (Tel: 2768 6484) for details. 

Open English–Associated teaching resources released (30 Sep)

30 September, 2016 - 17:59

The third batch of teaching resources has been available for local school teachers (Login required):  Activity Books for Secondary 2 (Units 1-2) and Secondary 3 (Units 2,3 and 6) Click to see the full list of book release on 30 Sep 2016

If local school teachers have not been our members, please sign up to access the student's edition of Open English.  If they would like to obtain teaching resources, they are required to fill in a school request form. Please contact us (Tel: 2768 6484) for details. 

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