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In Gobi Desert – by Kong Shiu Loon

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Me Growing Up – by Kong Shiu Loon

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Birds Sing – by Kong Shiu Loon

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Shakespeare – by Kong Shiu Loon

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Clouds I Wonder – by Kong Shiu Loon

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Friendship in Grassland – by Kong Shiu Loon

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Snows, Fires and People – by Kong Shiu Loon

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Great Mother – by Kong Shiu Loon

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《Lessons for Elementary Schools (18)》__ Kong Shiu Loon (53)

Responsibility and Life

It is the second last day of school. Mr. Shaw tries to have the children share their choice of famous quotes on responsibility and life, to open up their minds, and to discuss with their parents on what they have learned in school over the summer holidays. Each student brings in two famous quotes of her/his choice, and shares with the class the meanings felt. At the end of class, Mr. Shaw has all the quotes recorded in his computer to print out for the students.

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《Lessons for Elementary Schools (17)》__ Kong Shiu Loon (53)

Arithmetic Thoughts and Uses

“Grandpa, we have two very interesting visitors in class today.” Nancy greets Grandpa cheerfully the minute she gets home.
“You are really lucky.” Grandpa responds, “Tell me who they were and what happened.”

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