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Fag

Engelsk

Samfunnsfag

Samfunnskunnskap

Core Kjerneelementer

  • Kommunikasjon
  • Språklæring
  • Møte med engelskspråklige tekster
  • Undring og utforsking
  • Perspektivmangfald og samfunnskritisk tenking
  • Medborgarskap og berekraftig utvikling
  • Identitet og livsmeistring

Cogs Tverrfaglig tema

Bærekraftig utvikling

Demokrati og medborgerskap

Folkehelse og livsmestring

Læreplan Kompetansemål

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Engelsk
  • lytte til og forstå ord og uttrykk i tilpassede tekster
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Engelsk
  • bruke noen vanlige småord, høflighetsuttrykk og enkle fraser og setninger for å få hjelp til å forstå og bli forstått
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Engelsk
  • delta i samtaler om egne og andres behov, følelser, dagligliv og interesser og bruke samtaleregler
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Engelsk
  • uttrykke seg forståelig med et variert ordforråd og høflighetsuttrykk tilpasset mottaker og situasjon
7. trinn
Engelsk
  • innlede, holde i gang og avslutte samtaler om egne interesser og aktuelle emner
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Engelsk
  • lytte til og forstå ord og uttrykk i tilpassede og autentiske tekster
10. trinn
Engelsk
  • bruke sentrale mønstre for uttale i kommunikasjon
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Engelsk
  • lytte til og forstå ord og uttrykk i varianter av engelsk
10. trinn
Engelsk
  • uttrykke seg med flyt og sammenheng med et variert ordforråd og idiomatiske uttrykk tilpasset formål, mottaker og situasjon
10. trinn
Engelsk
  • stille spørsmål og følge opp innspill i samtaler om ulike emner tilpasset ulike formål, mottakere og situasjoner
10. trinn
Engelsk
  • bruke varierte strategier i språklæring, tekstskaping og kommunikasjon
VG1 SF
Engelsk
  • bruke egnede strategier i språklæring, tekstskaping og kommunikasjon
VG1 SF
Engelsk
  • gjøre rede for andres argumentasjon og bruke og følge opp andres innspill i samtaler og diskusjoner om ulike emner
VG1 SF
Engelsk
  • uttrykke seg nyansert og presist med flyt og sammenheng, idiomatiske uttrykk og varierte setningsstrukturer tilpasset formål, mottaker og situasjon
VG1 SF
Engelsk
  • bruke mønstre for uttale i kommunikasjon
VG1 YF
Engelsk
  • bruke egnede digitale ressurser og andre hjelpemidler i språklæring, tekstskaping og samhandling
VG1 YF
Engelsk
  • uttrykke seg nyansert og presist med flyt og sammenheng, idiomatiske uttrykk og varierte setningsstrukturer tilpasset formål, mottaker og situasjon
VG1 YF
Engelsk
  • gjøre rede for andres argumentasjon og bruke og følge opp andres innspill i samtaler og diskusjoner om yrkesrelevante emner
VG1 YF
Engelsk
  • bruke mønstre for uttale i kommunikasjon
VG1/VG2
Samfunnskunnskap
  • utforske og presentere dagsaktuelle tema eller debatter ved å bruke samfunnsfaglege metodar, kjelder og digitale ressursar, og argumentere for sine eigne og andre sine meiningar og verdiar
VG1/VG2
Samfunnskunnskap
  • gjere greie for sosialisering og drøfte korleis identiteten og sjølvkjensla til ungdom blir påverka gjennom sosialisering

Getting to know others…

…is actually vital for human beings.

Did you know that already as a newborn, you start to bond with the people closest to you? First of all, with your parents, then your siblings, grandparents, and eventually with friends, classmates and teachers – or other people that you socialise with.

To feel like we know other people and that we are not on our own is paramount to all people. Why is this? And how can we get to know the people we’re surrounded by better? We’ll give you some tips on this here.

Mor går tur ved en elv på fjellet med baby i bæresele på magen.

Research shows

Every year the Norwegian Institute of Public Health investigates what makes Norwegians thrive. Having good relationships always comes at the top of the list.

Research shows that having close bonds with other people actually makes us feel happier. The reason is that the brain releases the hormones serotonin and dopamine when we experience something positive. This makes us feel happier and calmer in general.

Having friends and family who know you well can also provide an important sense of security. It is gratifying to know that you mean something to others. It is also valuable to be able to share your thoughts, feelings and experiences with others without the fear of being rejected.

Good relationships can also help your confidence. They can help you understand who you are, since your identity is partially shaped through affirmations from the people you surround yourself with.

If you find yourself in a sticky situation, research also shows that people that receive support from their loved ones are better able to cope.

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To par hender holder et rødt hjerte sammen.

Community

You may have heard that humans are pack animals? Genetically, this means that you have the need to feel a sense of belonging with other people. When you are seen and heard by the people around you, your ‘flock’, a sense of unity and community arises.

Your community can be seen as your outer framework. It could be the society you live in, the school you go to, the class you are in, or your family. Basically, it is the environment where you live.

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Tegnet multikulturell folkemengde.

Unity

Unity is what is found within a community. It is the relationships found within smaller groups, such as the bonds you have with friends or classmates (if your school is your community). What is particularly positive about unity is that when we speak with each other, we realise that we are not alone in our thoughts and feelings.

At times everyone can feel like they are all on their own, and that nobody else feels the same way. When this happens, it can be an enormous comfort to know that what we are experiencing is completely normal.

Normalisation enables us to better cope with difficult situations and makes it easier for us to cope with adversity and challenges.

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Tre ungdommer sitter i en park og holder om hverandre.

Nobody is the same

Although our basic need for human contact is innate, we have different ways of being social. Some people are really chatty whilst others like to think more before they speak. Some people speak really loudly while others are more soft-spoken. Some people are extroverts (they get energy from being around other people) and others are introverts (they get energy from being on their own). Most people are a mixture of lots of different things.

Whatever your personality traits, it is important to get to know other people.

Almost everyone can experience some difficulty in initiating contact to get to know people better. Even when you are starting to get to know someone better, it can be demanding. Experts point out two things that are important when you want to get to know someone better. You need to show all your traits honestly, and you need to be genuinely interested in the other person.

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Sjenert tenåringsgutt med skolesekk og hette på hodet.

Methods

Now you have a bit of background on why it is important to get to know other people better. However…

  • How can you proceed?
  • What do you need to concentrate on?
  • What should you do next?
Tenåringsjente med håndtegnede spørsmålstegn over hodet.

Ask questions

The first thing that needs to happen is that you or someone else needs to take the initiative. This can either be by asking someone to play a quiz with you or just by asking them some questions. Be honest and curious. What would you like to know about whoever you are speaking to? Your questions shouldn’t be anything you wouldn’t be able to answer yourself.

Since the main objective of the quiz is for everyone to be seen and heard, everyone will need to answer the questions asked. Think about what themes are appropriate for discussion. Keep it simple.

If you’re out for a walk in the woods, it could be a good idea to ask questions focused on something to do with the excursion or nature. Or, if you are at school, the first question could be something to do with your school. If you know that you are both interested in computer games, the conversation could start there.

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Ask follow-up questions

This is really important, because it is with follow-up questions you’ll progress. Ask any questions that come to mind there and then. You can then lead the conversation onto other topics which showcase who you are and what you think and feel. It is easy to jump back to the starting point if needed, to the questions that you were originally talking about.

Far og sønn har en samtale mens de går tur i parken.

Listen properly

Nobody likes to talk to someone who isn’t listening. Put your mobile phone away and focus on the person who is talking. Look them in the eye and show them that you are listening. Listen properly and look for what thoughts or feelings you have about what the other person is saying. Building relationships is not something that happens over night. It takes time and effort.

To venninner sitter i en sofa og snakker sammen.

Sources:

  • Kvam, Kjersti:
    Bedre kjent-boka (2021)
    Oslo. Cappelen Damm.

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