「滾動對話:雲上的童書故事」Rolling Dialogue – Cloud Storytelling

滾動項目 Projects

  • 滾動對話:雲上的童書故事
  • Rolling Dialogue – Cloud Storytelling
運用多種線上通訊途徑支援少數族裔兒童在家學習中文

為防止新型冠狀病毒傳播,學校需作出一段長時間的停課安排,這使得少數族裔學生在家學習和練習中文變得更加困難。當他們在溫習中文功課遇到困難時,他們的父母未必能教導他們,他們的中文學習進度因而受到影響。

School have been closed for a long period to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Ethnic minorities (EM) students have found it harder to learn and practice Chinese at home. When they encounter difficulties in completing their Chinese homework, their parents might not be able to teach them. Their learning progress in Chinese may be affected.

滾動知識車於2018年獲社創基金資助推行原型項目,憑藉這次成功經驗,團隊計劃推出一項新項目,利用講述繪本故事及線上通訊來支援少數族裔學生學習中文。一班經過培訓的講故事義工將以粵語講述繪本故事,並教導少數族裔兒童書寫中文字。團隊亦會製作線上短片和練習工作紙,幫助少數族裔兒童在家中練習中文。短片會附設烏爾都語或尼泊爾語錄音,協助少數族裔兒童理解和學習。

Riding on the success of the “Rolling Books” which was funded by the SIE Fund in 2018, the team proposes to launch a new programme which uses picture book storytelling and online communications to support EM students to learn Chinese. A group of trained storytelling volunteers will tell picture book stories in Cantonese, and teach EM children how to write Chinese characters. The team will produce online videos and exercise worksheets to assist the EM children to practice Chinese at home. The videos will include Urdu or Nepalese voice clips to facilitate EM children to understand and learn better.

項目預計為30名居住在長沙灣海麗邨的少數族裔學生,主要為幼稚園高班至小學四年級學生,提供每週一次的一對一的輔導。每名少數族裔兒童將獲配對一名義工,通過WhatsApp視象通話,他們每週進行至少30分鐘交流。義工會跟進兒童於短片學習上的進度,在工作紙練習提供意見,及當他們做中文功課遇上困難時提供支援。項目亦鼓勵少數族裔兒童的家庭成員參與項目,一起學習中文。

此外,項目會招募70名來自其他地區的少數族裔兒童,收看義工於Facebook直播或YouTube的講故事短片。項目會幫助少數族裔兒童提高中文水平及增強他們向其他人說廣東話的信心。
The venture targets to offer one-to-one weekly session to 30 EM students, preferably from K3 to P4, living at Hoi Lai Estate in Cheung Sha Wan. Each EM child will be paired up with a volunteer so that they could communicate through WhatsApp video call for at least 30 minutes each week. The volunteers will follow up with the children on the video learning, give feedback on the worksheets, and provide support if they have difficulties in doing their Chinese homework. The family members of the EM children are also encouraged to join the programme so that they could learn Chinese together.

Another 70 EM children from other districts will be recruited to join the one-to-many storytelling sessions delivered through Facebook live video or YouTube. The programme will help the EM children to improve Chinese as well as build their confidence in speaking Cantonese with others.