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Social studies subject curriculum (SAF1-02)

Competence aims after Year 7


The aims of the training are to enable the apprentice to
  • use the term "period" and show relationships between the past and the present by placing a number of historic events on a time line
  • present historic events by making two narratives about the same event seen from different perspectives
  • create narratives about people in the past and use these narratives to show how people think and act based on the community they are living in
  • explore different sources, illustrate how they might provide different information about the past, and explain how historians use these to prepare historic presentations
  • tell others about the main characteristics of social development in Norway from the Viking period and to the end of the Danish-dominated period, and explain in detail a key topic from this period
  • tell others about the central characteristics of the culture and living conditions for the Sami people from the Viking period until the end of the Danish-dominated period, and about their relations to states in the north during this period
  • elaborate on which national minorities exist in Norway, and describe the main characteristics of the history and living conditions of these minorities
  • prepare visual presentations of two or more early river cultures using digital tools
  • examine Greek and Roman communities in antiquity and find examples of how their culture has influenced our culture
  • elaborate on central characteristics of the following epochs: the Middle Ages, the Renaissance and the Enlightenment in Europe and discuss reasons for this division into periods
  • use historical maps and present trips of discovery and exploration made by Europeans, describe cultural encounters and how the different cultures perceived these encounters


The aims of the training are to enable the apprentice to
  • read and use printed and digital maps and pinpoint main geographical characteristics of one's own county, neighbouring counties, Sami settlement areas, Norway, Europe and other regions of the world
  • register and sort traces left by the ice age in the place where he or she lives and explain what the ice age meant to the formation of the terrain and the country as a whole
  • explain relations between natural resources, industry, settlements and living conditions
  • compare and show similarities and differences between countries in Europe and countries in other regions of the world
  • tell others about the rainforest, grassy plains, deserts and other landscape types and explain how man exploits these
  • explain how production and consumption can destroy ecosystems and pollute the soil, water and air, and discuss and elaborate on how this might be prevented and repaired
  • explain how we in Norway use resources from other regions of the world
  • register refugee flows, explain why some people flee from their country of origin, and discuss how it might feel to arrive in a foreign country as a refugee
  • plan and present trips to Europe and other regions of the world using digital tools


The aims of the training are to enable the apprentice to
  • choose a theme, formulate questions and illuminate these by using different sources
  • explain how information from mass media and commercial influences can impact consumer habits
  • talk about variations in sexual orientation in relation to love, cohabitation and family
  • describe roles in one's own day-to-day life and examine the expectations that come with these roles
  • discuss and elaborate on issues relating to the use and abuse of alcohol and other substance abuse
  • elaborate on what a society is, and reflect upon why people seek to come together in communities
  • explain differences between living in a democracy and in a non-democratic society, and elaborate on the most important institutions of power in Norway
  • talk about what we mean by identity and culture, recognise cultural symbols and prepare a visual presentation of them
  • elaborate on the main characteristics of the Sami society today
  • elaborate on a current conflict and discuss and elaborate on proposals for a solution
  • provide examples of how Norway participates in international cooperation through the UN and other organisations, including international cooperation between indigenous peoples

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