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NO-205-1 Nordic Languages and Instruction in Neighbour Languages
Nordic 2 or 40 ECTS credits in Nordic Language and Literature.
On successful completion of the course, students
- have knowledge regarding both the Nordic languages and the practical skills necessary for presenting this knowledge.
- have developed understanding and reflection with respect to linguistic relationships in the Nordic countries as well as linguistic instruction in related languages as a component of instruction in their native Norwegian language.
The course aims to give students knowledge of Nordic languages from a wide perspective, as well as practice in presenting such knowledge. Similarities and differences between the Nordic - in particular the Scandinavian - languages are emphasised, as well as students ability to reflect on the language situation in the Nordic area and instruction in neighbour languages as part of Norwegian as first language. The course aims to widen the academic and didactic basis for teaching the subject in primary and secondary school.
Lectures, seminars and group work.
Students taking Norwegian 3 as the 3rd year of the
General Teacher Education must have passed the practice period
and the practice report.
Students who do take Norwegian 3 as part of the 4th year in their General Teacher Education must hav passed didactical/practice related R&D work.
Other students must have passed a professional assignment.
An oral examination. Graded assessment.
1st cycle (bachelor)
The syllabus will be published on the home page of the course when finalised. See link in the upper right hand corner of the page.
Yes, subject to capacity.
Faculty of Humanities and Education