Norwegian Subject Curriculum for the Hearing Impaired (NOR5-04)


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After Level Vg3 general study programmes

Oral communication

The aims of the training are to enable the apprentice to
  • listen to, systematise and summarise information in spoken texts of varying complexity and reflect on their content
  • listen to and evaluate argumentation in texts created by others and form an opinion on their content and purpose
  • use varied and nuanced vocabulary, master proverbs and idiomatic forms of expression and adapt language and genre for a given purpose and recipient
  • discuss and present subject-related topics using specialist terminology and coherent arguments
  • apply rhetorical and digital skills to produce and present composite texts
  • devise and perform a limited literary programme

Written communication

The aims of the training are to enable the apprentice to
  • navigate large volumes of text of varying complexity and select, summarise and evaluate relevant information
  • read a selection of contemporary texts in Bokmål and Nynorsk and discuss how these texts relate to the modern day both linguistically and thematically
  • write literary and rhetorical analyses, creative texts and expository texts based on subject-related texts
  • write informative texts, reports and discussions with a clear objective, good structure and rational arguments
  • express themselves using a precise and varied vocabulary and master linguistic rules
  • apply their knowledge of texts, media and linguistic devices in their own writing
  • use sources in a critical and verifiable way and master digital citation

Language, literature and culture

The aims of the training are to enable the apprentice to
  • give an account of the characteristics of a selection of Sign Language variants and Norwegian vernaculars and reflect on factors that may affect the development of Sign Language and vernacular
  • give an account of the Norwegian language debate and language policies from 1900 until the present day
  • give an account of key similarities and differences between the Nordic languages
  • give an account of the status of minority languages in Norway in the present day
  • present a selection of translated and original Nordic texts
  • analyse, interpret and compare a selection of key Norwegian texts and some international texts from different literary traditions from the Romantic era until the present day and place them in a cultural-historical context
  • use rhetorical concepts to analyse and evaluate texts in different non-fiction genres
  • interpret and evaluate complex composite texts
  • complete an exploratory in-depth project of their choice on a linguistic or literary topic and select communication methods appropriate to the project

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