Norwegian (NOR01‑06)
Competence aims and assessment

Examples of connections

Explanation

Competence aims after Vg3 Supplementary programme for general university and college admissions certification

  • read Old Norse texts in translation and
    compare
    them to texts from more recent times
  • read and
    interpret
    texts from 1500 to 1850 in a cultural-history context and
    discuss
    their relevance today
  • investigate and
    reflect
    on how texts from the romantic and romantic nationalist periods present people, nature and society and
    compare
    them to texts from more recent times
  • reflect
    on factual prose texts and
    explain
    the rhetorical situation that has prompted them
  • write subject-related articles that explain and discuss texts in context
  • use
    feedback and knowledge about language, text and genres to
    develop
    one’s own texts
  • use
    subject-related knowledge and rhetorical skills in discussions and presentations
  • use
    appropriate subject-related terminology to
    describe
    special features of Norwegian compared to Swedish, Danish and Old Norse
  • explain
    the historical background of the language situation in Norway today
  • analyse
    and
    interpret
    novels, short stories, plays, poetry and factual prose in "bokmål" and "nynorsk" from 1850 to the present day and
    reflect
    on the texts in light of the cultural-historical context and one’s contemporary time
  • explore
    and
    reflect
    on how texts from realism and modernism traditions present humankind, nature and society
  • write essays that explore and reflect on the content of texts
  • write literary interpretations and comparisons
  • analyse
    forms of expression in multimedia texts in various media and
    assess
    how they interact
  • use
    subject-related knowledge and precise terminology in exploratory conversations, discussions and oral presentations on subject-related topics
  • write rhetorical analyses and interpretations of factual prose texts
  • master morphological language rules in the written Norwegian first-choice and second-choice languages and write texts with verifiable use of sources and precise and nuanced language
  • read subject-related literature,
    assess
    sources critically and write articles that explain and discuss subject-related topics
  • explain
    present-day changes in spoken Norwegian and
    reflect
    on relationships between language, culture and identity

Formative assessment

Assessment of coursework