Formative assessment shall help to promote learning and to develop competence in the subject. The pupils demonstrate and develop competence in Norwegian in the vg3 supplementary programme for general university and college admissions certification when they analyse, interpret and compare texts and explore the context of the texts. The pupils also demonstrate and develop competence when they produce short and long texts in different genres for different purposes and receivers and when they revise their own texts.
They also demonstrate and develop competence when they reflect on language and text using appropriate terminology, express themselves precisely and in a nuanced way, both orally and in writing, and master morphological language rules in written Norwegian first-choice and second-choice languages.
The teacher shall facilitate for pupil participation and stimulate the desire to learn by encouraging the pupils to explore subject-related research questions and work creatively to answer them. The teacher shall facilitate for developing the ability of the pupils to persevere with larger assignments, whether reading long texts or exploring subject-related research questions. The teacher and the pupils shall engage in dialogue on the development the pupils demonstrate in oral Norwegian and in written Norwegian first-choice and second-choice languages. The pupils shall be encouraged to experiment with the language. With the competence the pupils have demonstrated as the starting point, they shall have the opportunity to express what they believe they have achieved and reflect on their development in the subject. The teacher shall provide guidance on further learning and adapt the teaching to enable the pupils to use the guidance provided to develop their oral and written competence in the subject
For the half-year assessment, the teacher shall award the same number of grades as in the assessment of coursework.