The transition from Chinese instruction in secondary school to English at university often leaves students silent in the classroom. Photo: Shutterstock

Hong Kong schools are not to blame for students’ silence at university

  • English as the medium of instruction at university, large class sizes and professors more focused on research than teaching might explain why students don’t speak up in the classroom
Topic |   Hong Kong schools

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The transition from Chinese instruction in secondary school to English at university often leaves students silent in the classroom. Photo: Shutterstock
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