Natural Science subject curriculum (NAT1-03)

Competence aims after Year 2

The budding researcher

The aims of the training are to enable the apprentice to
  • ask questions, talk and philosophise about experiences in nature and man's place in nature
  • use one's senses to explore the world in the local neighbourhood
  • describe, illustrate and converse about one's own observations from experiments and in nature
  • recognise the symbols for hazardous substances and for dangerous lights

Diversity in nature

The aims of the training are to enable the apprentice to
  • carry out activities in nearby surroundings to learn about nature and converse about why this is important
  • observe and describe the characteristics of the seasons and explain how Sami people divide the year
  • recognise and describe some plant and animal species from one’s nearby surroundings and sort them into groups

Body and health

The aims of the training are to enable the apprentice to
  • name and describe the function of some external and internal body parts
  • discuss about setting limits and understanding and respecting one’s own body and those of others
  • describe and discuss about our senses and use them deliberately during indoor and outdoor observations and activities

Phenomena and substances

The aims of the training are to enable the apprentice to
  • describe and illustrate how the earth, moon and sun move in relation to one another and explain the annual seasons, day/night and the phases of the moon
  • describe and sort substances based on observable characteristics
  • perform experiments with water and light and discuss the observations

Technology and design

The aims of the training are to enable the apprentice to
  • make artefacts that are able to move with the help of water or air and tell others about how they work
  • make artefacts that use reflection of light and tell others about how they work

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