Norwegian (NOR01‑06)
Competence aims and assessment

Examples of connections


Competence aims after Year 4

  • read and listen to stories, fairy tales, lyrics, factual books and other texts in "bokmål" and "nynorsk" and in translation from Sami and other languages, and talk about what the texts mean to him or her
  • choose books from the library based on one’s own interests and reading skills
  • read texts with fluency and comprehension and
    reading strategies focused on learning
  • explore
    and present texts through conversation, writing, play, movement and other creative expressions
  • talk about the difference between opinions and facts in texts
  • give oral presentations with and without digital resources
  • combine various forms of expression in multimedia texts
  • follow up input from others in dialogues on subject-related matter and ask questions to clarify and elaborate
  • describe
    , relate and reason both orally and in writing and
    the language creatively
  • write texts with functional handwriting and with the use of a keyboard
  • use
    commas and other punctuation marks in texts
  • use
    grammatical terms about syntax, verb conjugation and declension of nouns and adjectives in conversations about language and one’s own and others’ texts
  • reflect
    on how our use of language affects others and how we adapt and change our language to different situations
  • compare
    words and expressions in Norwegian and other languages
  • explore
    and talk about linguistic variation and diversity in the local environment
  • explore
    the differences and similarities between written Norwegian first-choice language and written Norwegian second-choice language

Formative assessment