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Social studies subject curriculum (SAF1-02)

Competence aims after Year 4


The aims of the training are to enable the apprentice to
  • use the concepts past, present and future in relation to oneself and one’s own family
  • present historical topics using written text, drawings, images, film, models and digital tools
  • create narratives about people in the past and talk about differences and similarities then and now
  • explore sources and use them to make copies of artefacts from the past
  • tell others about one's own family one or two generations back in time, and about how the way of life and living conditions have changed
  • recognise historical remnants in one's own local environment and examine local collections, monuments and artefacts
  • elaborate on myths, legends and folk tales with historical content
  • describe how stone age people lived as hunters and gatherers by imagining about the first people who came to our country after the ice age
  • tell others about the Sami people, Norway's indigenous population, and about key characteristics of the culture and living conditions for the Sami people up to the Viking period
  • tell others about how agriculture changed living conditions in Norway and the Nordic countries and describe main characteristics of the bronze age and iron age
  • explain why 17 May and 6 February are celebrated, and tell others about the national day in other countries


The aims of the training are to enable the apprentice to
  • name and indicate the place they come from, their home municipality, home county and country using drawings, maps or models
  • describe terrain formations and geographical terms by exploring the terrain around the school and their home
  • use pictures, film and other sources to tell others about important landscapes and terrain formations in Norway
  • collect information from globes, maps and digital sources and use this to talk about places, people and languages
  • indicate oceans and regions of the world and use main geographical terms
  • indicate and inform oneself according to compass points and explain why time differences exist
  • compare life and work in Norway with some other countries
  • plan and present trips to neighbouring places using maps and the internet


The aims of the training are to enable the apprentice to
  • carry out quantitative social studies surveys requiring counting and arithmetic operations, and present the result of the surveys
  • look up facts in printed and digital media, sort the content into categories and produce publishable material
  • comply with simple rules for privacy protection when using the internet
  • talk about the tasks of family and variations in family forms, including single-provider families, extended families, families where the principal persons are of the same gender, and families with several sets of first-born
  • provide examples of different expectations placed on boys and girls and discuss and elaborate how these expectations may be experienced
  • describe how boys and girls spend money and discuss matters that influence consumption
  • prepare an overview of norms that regulate the relationship between people and talk about the consequences of breaking with norms
  • design and practise rules for interacting with others and participate in making democratic decisions in the school community
  • talk about tolerance and how encounters between different cultures may be rewarding and may lead to conflicts
  • discuss and elaborate on perceptions of justice and fairness

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