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Social studies subject curriculum (SAF1-02)

Competence aims after Year 10


The aims of the training are to enable the apprentice to
  • find examples of events that have helped shape modern Norway, and reflect on how society might have been different if these events had developed differently
  • present a historic event based on different ideologies
  • create narratives about people in the past, and thus show how frameworks and values in society influence thoughts and actions
  • search for and select sources, assess them critically and show how different sources might present history differently
  • discuss and elaborate on the value of human life, and place racism and discrimination in a historical and contemporary perspective with pupils from other schools by using digital communication tools
  • present the main characteristics of the history and culture of the Sami people from the end of the Danish-dominated period up to the present, and discuss and elaborate on their relation to greater society
  • present important features of developments in Norwegian history in the 1800s and the first half of the 1900s, and explain how these point toward the society we have today
  • explain the emergence of the welfare state and describe characteristics of modern Norway
  • explain technological and social changes due to the industrial revolution
  • discuss and elaborate on ideas and forces that led to the American struggle for freedom and the French revolution, and the consequences these had for the development of democracy in Norway
  • elaborate on imperialism and provide examples of de-colonisation
  • prepare questions on central international conflicts in the 1900s and in the present century, formulate causal explanations and discuss consequences of the conflicts
  • discuss and elaborate on important changes in society in recent times and reflect on how today's society opens to new changes


The aims of the training are to enable the apprentice to
  • read, interpret and use printed and digital maps and be able to use map scales and read map legends
  • elaborate on one's own rights and consequences when working on the internet and publishing one's own material
  • locate and document overviews of main geographic characteristics of the world and compare different countries and regions
  • tell others about the basis in nature focusing on internal and external forces on earth, movement in air masses, circulation of water, weather, climate and vegetation, and discuss and elaborate on relations between nature and society
  • describe and explain natural and cultural landscapes in the local community
  • explain how people exploit resources in nature, other resources and technology in Norway and other countries in the world
  • assess the use and misuse of resources, consequences this might have for the environment and society, and conflicts this can create locally and globally
  • elaborate on the size, structure and growth of populations and discuss and elaborate on population development and migration in recent times, including urbanisation
  • explain, discuss and elaborate on variations in living conditions in different regions of the world and compare and assess the large differences between rich and poor
  • discuss and elaborate on premises for sustainable development


The aims of the training are to enable the apprentice to
  • plan, carry out and present problem-oriented sociological surveys and assess the work process and the results
  • find and present relevant social issues, distinguish between opinion and fact, formulate arguments and discuss and elaborate on the issues
  • make a plan for starting and operating an enterprise based on a survey to determine the basis for such an enterprise
  • analyse the development of substance abuse and smoking in Norway and reflect on the attitudes to substance abuse
  • discuss and elaborate on the relationship between love and sexuality in light of cultural norms
  • describe how consumer patterns have developed in Norway and elaborate on consumer rights
  • explain what attitudes and prejudices are, and discuss and elaborate on opportunities and challenges in multicultural communities
  • explore what a community needs to continue to exist, and compare two or more communities
  • elaborate on political institutions in Norway and compare them with institutions in other countries
  • provide examples of and discuss and elaborate on democracy as a form of government, elaborate on political influence and power distribution in Norway and use digital channels to exercise democracy
  • discuss causes and consequences of crime, and explain how a state governed by law functions by looking into how a specified crime is dealt with
  • explain why culture is not inherent, and explain and analyse cultural variations
  • describe the main characteristics of the Norwegian economy and how our economy is connected to the global economy
  • elaborate on fundamental human rights and discuss and elaborate on the value of respecting them

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