SOCIAL STUDIES SUBJECT CURRICULUM (SAF1-03)

Competence aims after Year Level 4

The Researcher

The aims of the training are to enable the apprentice to
  • formulate questions about themes from the social sciences, reflect on and participate in thematic discussions
  • locate and present information about themes from the social sciences from suitable sources – including digital sources - and evaluate information that is useful and credible
  • use basic netiquette for digital interaction and have knowledge of the rules for personal data protection that relate to digital media
  • use methods for counting and classifying directed at investigations within the social sciences and present basic expressions in amounts and quantities for diagrams and tables
  • write basic texts about social science themes and use basic terminology from the field
  • create and illustrate stories about humans living under different conditions and compare their ways of living
  • give examples of how humans have different opinions, that the meeting between different peoples can be rewarding and conflictive and converse about empathy and human dignity

History

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
  • converse about how Stone Age man lived as hunters and gatherers and fabulate about the first people who came to this country after the ice receded from the mainland
  • describe central characteristics of Sami culture and way of life up to the Christianisation of the Sami people
  • describe the main features of the bronze and iron ages and give an account of how agriculture changed life in Norway and in Scandinavia
  • converse about and explain why 17th of May and 6th of February are celebrated, and tell others about national days in other countries
  • find information on and present a story about one’s own family from a generation or two ago and tell something about how they lived and how gender roles have changed since then
  • recognise historical remnants in one's own local environment and examine local collections, monuments and artefacts

Geography

The aims of the training are to enable the apprentice to
  • locate one’s home town, local municipality and county on a map
  • name and locate the Scandinavia countries, the seven oceans and all the continents and find their geographic names on a map
  • describe land formations and use geographic names to explore the landscape near one’s school and home
  • tell about important geographical areas and land formations in Norway and in some other countries
  • converse about cities, peoples and languages and plan and present a journey
  • indicate and inform oneself according to compass points and explain why time differences exist
  • compare life and work in Norway with some other countries

Civic life

The aims of the training are to enable the apprentice to
  • converse about variations in types of families and about the relationships and tasks of a family
  • explain the rights of children and the different expectations girls and boys meet in everyday life, and converse about how expectation can be experienced
  • describe how boys and girls spend money and discuss matters that influence consumption
  • converse about themes related to sexuality, setting limits, violence and respect
  • prepare an overview of norms that regulate the interhuman relationships 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
  • discuss and elaborate on opinions about justice and equality

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