‘Student Option Programme’ (SOP) can help schools analyse students’ preference in choosing the elective subjects and construct block time-table to meet students’ needs. Schools can make reference to the examples listed below of how the SOP can be used to construct block time-tables and allocate subjects to students according to their preferences, ability and performance. Some tricks and tips on how to use SOP to get around the problems encountered or to cater for the diversified and creative curriculum planning needs are also illustrated in the examples.

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