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


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After Year 10

Oral communication

The aims of the training are to enable the apprentice to
  • listen to, summarise main content and extract relevant information from spoken and visualised texts
  • listen to and recognise some common slang and youth language
  • describe in Norwegian or Sign Language how rhythm, volume of speech, intonation, mimicry and body language can help create linguistic content
  • discuss the form, content and purpose of literature, theatre and films and present interpretative readings and dramatisations
  • participate in discussions with reasoned opinions and rational arguments
  • present technical information using relevant specialist terminology and appropriate digital tools and media adapted to different recipients
  • assess their own oral presentations and those of others based on technical criteria.

Written communication

The aims of the training are to enable the apprentice to
  • read and analyse a wide selection of texts in different genres and media in Norwegian and present possible interpretations
  • navigate large volumes of texts on screen and paper in order to identify, combine and evaluate information relevant to the subject
  • reproduce the content and identify themes in selected texts in Swedish and Danish
  • write creative, informative, reflective and persuasive texts with justified opinions adapted for a given recipient and purpose
  • express themselves using a varied vocabulary and master morphology, orthography and cohesion
  • recognise the devices of humour, irony, contrast, comparison, symbols and metaphors and use some of them in own texts
  • plan, create and refine own texts manually and digitally and evaluate them during the process by applying their knowledge of language and texts
  • integrate, refer to and cite relevant sources in a verifiable way where appropriate

Language, literature and culture

The aims of the training are to enable the apprentice to
  • recognise rhetorical appeals and methods of persuasion
  • describe some of the characteristics of common vernaculars in Norway and discuss attitudes towards different vernaculars
  • give an account of Sami language rights in Norway and of the prevalence of the Sami languages
  • master grammatical terminology describing how the language is constructed
  • explain the reasons why there are two equal language forms and give an account of the language debates and linguistic variations in Norway in the present day
  • give an account of the process of having Norwegian Sign Language recognised as an official language and of the prevalence of Sign Language
  • discuss how language can be perceived as discriminatory and intimidating
  • give examples of and comment on how society, values and ways of thinking are portrayed in texts translated from Sami and other languages
  • present important themes and modes of expression in a selection of key contemporary texts and some classical texts from Norwegian literature
  • describe the interaction between aesthetic devices in composite texts and reflect on how we are influenced by sound, language and images
  • explain and adopt fundamental principles of data protection and copyright when publishing and using texts
  • present the results of in-depth study into an own-choice topic: an authorship, a literary topic or a linguistic topic, and justify the choice of text and topic

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