History - common core subject in programmes for general studies (HIS1-02)


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Competence aims after Vg3 in programmes for general studies

Understanding of history and methods

The aims of the training are to enable the apprentice to
  • identify and assess different types of historical materials and origins as sources, and use them in his or her own historical presentations
  • use digital tools to plan, carry out and present a problem-oriented study based on his or her own questions relating to historical material
  • present a person from history and discuss and elaborate on how contemporary ideas and social conditions influenced the way this person thought and acted
  • interpret and use historical data when working with history
  • explore different brief historical presentations of one and the same event, and discuss the authors' choice of approach and research theses
  • provide examples of controversial historical topics and discuss and elaborate on conflicting causal explanations of a historical event
  • examine how his or her own ideas about the past have been shaped and discuss the factors that cause people to have different perceptions of the past
  • discuss and elaborate on how history has been used and is used in political contexts
  • provide examples and discuss and elaborate on how exhibitions, relics, anniversaries or celebrations of particular historical events are important for the present

Society and people in a historical perspective

The aims of the training are to enable the apprentice to
  • discuss and elaborate on how the ideas of the period of the Enlightenment influenced and were influenced by social revolutions in the 1700s and 1800s
  • elaborate on the main features of the industrial revolution and examine its importance for the development of trade, commerce and industry and societal conditions in Norway
  • elaborate on the development of democracy in Norway from the 1800s and up to 1945 and analyse the driving forces behind this development
  • present key features of colonialism and the situation in a non-European area in the 1800s seen from different perspectives
  • discuss and elaborate on how the national state has created a sense of national and cultural belonging, but also conflicts and suppression
  • assess the importance of different ideologies for people, political movements and the development of the state in the 1900s
  • discuss and elaborate on the background of the two world wars and discuss and elaborate on the impact these wars had on the Nordic countries and the international community
  • discuss and elaborate on some economic, social, political and cultural characteristics of post-war development in Norway
  • discuss and elaborate on the policy conducted by the Norwegian national state in relation to indigenous peoples, national and ethnic minorities in the 1800s and 1900s, and discuss some consequences of this policy
  • examine two or more international conflicts after 1945, and assess these based on different perspectives
  • find examples of events that have shaped the history of a non-European country after 1900, and reflect on how the country might have developed if these events had not taken place
  • examine the background for an on-going conflict, and discuss and elaborate on reactions in the international society
  • provide examples of how different expressions in music, architecture or pictorial art may be considered in relation to developments in other societal areas
  • discuss and elaborate on how working life and work division between the genders have changed in Norway from the 1800s up to today
  • discuss and elaborate on the development in population in a local community over a relatively long period of time and discuss which factors have had importance for the life situation of the inhabitants

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