Curriculum for mother tongue teaching for language minorities (NOR8-01)

Basic skills

Basic skills are integrated into the competence aims, where they are part of the technical competence and assist in its development. In terms of one’s mother tongue, basic skills are understood as follows:

Basic skills are integrated into the competence aims, where they are part of the technical competence and assist in its development. In terms of one’s mother tongue, basic skills are understood as follows:

Being able to express oneself orally and in writing in one’s mother tongue includes using the language in different ways in a variety of contexts. Oral skills include linguistic interaction. Written skills include the varied use of words and expressions, concepts, language patterns and the creation of texts.

Being able to read in one’s mother tongue means, for most minority language pupils, being able to crack the reading code in the language they know the best and have the most experience listening to. Reading provides an opportunity for learning and gaining new experiences. It also involves participating in a text culture and developing the ability to understand and interpret a variety of texts.

Numeracy in one’s mother tongue includes developing arithmetic skills in one’s first language. This means understanding numbers and mathematical concepts. It also involves being able to read graphic presentations, tables and statistics. Furthermore, it involves logical reasoning and problem solving.

Being able to use digital tools in one’s mother tongue involves expanding the learning arena by searching for and making use of complex, authentic texts from different genres. It includes communicating with others and producing, composing and editing texts. It also involves the critical assessment and use of sources. Showing due consideration for copyright and privacy protection is a key element in the use of digital tools.

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