CURRICULUM FOR KNOWLEDGE OF CHRISTIANITY, RELIGION, PHILOSOPHIES OF LIFE AND ETHICS (RLE1-02)

Competence aims after year level 10

Christianity

The aims of the training are to enable the apprentice to
  • explain the distinctive aspects of Christianity and Christian belief in interpreting life compared with other traditions: similarities and fundamental differences
  • identify central biblical texts, and explain the relationship between the Old and New Testaments
  • discuss and elaborate on selected biblical texts from the Prophets, the poetic biblical texts in the Bible, the Words of Wisdom, one Gospel and one of the Letters of Paul, and explain the distinctive characteristics and main ideas of these
  • discuss and elaborate on the different views of biblical interpretation
  • gather digital information about, and present current questions that are of concern to many Christians
  • give an account of the most important events in Christian history from the Reformation to modern Norway and for the world in general, and for Christianity's position in the world today
  • explain the main features of Roman Catholic, Orthodox and Protestant traditions
  • give a presentation of the Norwegian Church, Læstadianism and Sami church life
  • present an overview of other evangelical Free Church societies and Christian movements, including the Pentecostal Movement
  • discuss and elaborate on Christianity's significance for culture and society
  • explore Christianity's position and distinctive characteristics in a country outside of Europe, and discuss and elaborate on questions related to Christian missions, humanitarian work and ecumenical activity
  • describe and reflect on the distinctive characteristics of art, architecture and music related to Christianity

Judaism

The aims of the training are to enable the apprentice to
  • explain the distinctive aspects of Judaism and Jewish belief in the interpretation of life compared with other traditions: similarities and fundamental differences
  • discuss and elaborate on selected texts from Jewish written traditions
  • gather digital information about, and present current questions that are of concern to many Jews
  • present an overview of the diversity of Judaism, important historic events and Judaism's position in Norway and the world today
  • describe and reflect on the distinctive characteristics of art, architecture and music related to Judaism

Islam

The aims of the training are to enable the apprentice to
  • explain the distinctive aspects of Islam and Islamic belief in the interpretation of life compared with other traditions: similarities and fundamental differences
  • discuss and elaborate on selected texts from Islamic written traditions
  • gather digital information about, and present current questions that are of concern to many Muslims
  • present an overview of the diversity of Islam, important historic events and Islam's position in Norway and the world today
  • describe and reflect on the distinctive characteristics of art, architecture and music related to Islam

Hinduism

The aims of the training are to enable the apprentice to
  • explain the distinctive aspects of Hinduism and Hindu belief in the interpretation of life compared with other traditions: similarities and fundamental differences
  • discuss and elaborate on selected texts from Hindu written traditions
  • gather digital information about, and present current questions that are of concern to many Hindus
  • present an overview of the diversity of Hinduism, historic events and Hinduism's position in Norway and the world today
  • describe and reflect on the distinctive characteristics of art, architecture and music related to Hinduism

Buddhism

The aims of the training are to enable the apprentice to
  • explain the distinctive aspects of Buddhism and Buddhist beliefs in the interpretation of life compared with other traditions: similarities and fundamental differences
  • discuss and elaborate on selected texts from Buddhist written traditions
  • gather digital information about, and present current questions that are of concern to many Buddhists
  • present an overview of the diversity of Buddhism, important historic events and Buddhism's position in Norway and the world today
  • describe and reflect on the distinctive characteristics of art, architecture and music related to Buddhism

Philosophies of life

The aims of the training are to enable the apprentice to
  • talk about and explain what a philosophy of life is, and show how such a philosophy of life is expressed in different ways
  • explain the distinctive characteristics of Humanism compared with religions and other philosophies of life: similarities and fundamental differences
  • discuss and elaborate on the different texts that present a humanistic view of life, and discuss current questions that concern many Humanists
  • present an overview of the diversity of humanistic traditions, important historic events and Humanism's position in Norway and the world today
  • understand and describe humanistic ideas and values in art, architecture and music
  • describe the main features of a philosophy of life that is not based on Humanism
  • present examples of different criticisms that different denominational traditions have toward religion

Religious diversity

The aims of the training are to enable the apprentice to
  • talk about and explain what religion is, and show how religion is expressed in different ways
  • show the ability to carry on a dialogue about religion and the most important questions in life, and show respect for all religions and philosophies of life
  • discuss current questions that arise in the meeting between religion, culture and society
  • gather information about and point out the distinctive characteristics of some religions around your local community and around the nation, including Sikhism, the Bahá’í religion, Jehovah's Witnesses and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
  • give an account of new religious movements and talk about the different forms of neo-religious and nature-religious practices, including indigenous nature religions
  • explore a religion's position and distinctive characteristics in a country outside of Europe, with and without the use of digital tools

Philosophy and ethics

The aims of the training are to enable the apprentice to
  • present some significant philosophers and discuss their ideas
  • reflect on philosophic themes related to identity and ways of interpreting life, nature and culture, life and death, right and wrong
  • give an account of the concepts ethics and morals and use ethical analysis with a point of departure in basic ethical ways of thought
  • hold a dialogue with others about the relationship between ethics, religion and philosophies of life
  • discuss and elaborate on ethical questions related to human worth, human rights and equality, in among other ways by basing yourself on real role models
  • discuss and elaborate on ethical choices and current themes in local and global society: social and ecological responsibility, technological challenges, peace work and democracy
  • reflect on ethical questions related to interpersonal relationships, family and friends, forms of cohabitation, heterosexuality and homosexuality, youth culture and body culture
  • reflect on the relationship between religion, philosophies of life and knowledge
  • show respect for the faiths and beliefs of human beings, their rituals, holy objects and holy sites

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