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Kompetansemål Internasjonal Engelsk
 

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  • Why Janus? The Roman god, Janus, in his usual representation with a double-faced head. A spirit associated with doorways and archways, looking backwards as well as forwards, he is also often regarded as the god of beginnings. Here pictured on a Roman coin. The month of January is named after him. The reason why he is included here is to illustrate the two facets of language. How can we understand the uses of English without learning about how English evolved over time. Structure and Use are two sides of the same coin.
  • Whether you are attending class or attending a seminar or conference, make sure to bring everything that you will need to be a good listener and an efficient note-taker. If course has an outline of the term keep it always with you throughout the year. This will help you to go ahead to see what the next topic or lesson is. Don’t forget ample paper, writing utensils and, if necessary, eyeglasses and/or hearing aids. Always have a backup pen or pencil, preferably two or three.
  • Use abbreviations and skip unimportant words to take notes efficiently . Only record the important words that you need to get the idea of the point made. Skip words like "the" and "a" that do not convey additional meaning to the lecture content. Create abbreviations to help you write things down quickly, such as drawing arrows for increase/decrease or to show causation, and especially for terms used over and over again (e.g., IR for international relations). Remember: your goal is to understand what the professor is saying, not to try to record exactly everything he or she says.

Kompetansemål Internasjonal Engelsk Kompetansemål Internasjonal Engelsk Presentation Transcript

  • Competence Aims International English Vg2 2013-2014
  • Language and Language Learning The aims of the studies are to enable pupils to
  • Language and Language Learning The aims of the studies are to enable pupils to • give an account of fundamental features of English usage and linguistic structure
  • Language and Language Learning The aims of the studies are to enable pupils to • give an account of fundamental principles for constructing texts in a variety of genres
  • Language and Language Learning The aims of the studies are to enable pupils to • analyse linguistic tools in different kinds of texts
  • Language and Language Learning The aims of the studies are to enable pupils to • give examples of other varieties of English than those that are used in the Anglo- American core area, and reflect on their distinctive character.
  • Communication The aims of the studies are to enable pupils to • employ a nuanced, well-developed vocabulary – for both general and specialized use
  • Communication The aims of the studies are to enable pupils to • understand, elaborate on and discuss lengthy discourses on general and specialized subjects
  • Communication The aims of the studies are to enable pupils to • use language appropriate to the situation in social, professional and intercultural contexts
  • Communication The aims of the studies are to enable pupils to • write coherent, well-structured texts on general, specialized and literary subjects
  • Communication The aims of the studies are to enable pupils to • present technical material orally, in writing, or in the form of composite texts
  • Communication The aims of the studies are to enable pupils to • use and communicate information based on figures and statistics
  • Communication The aims of the studies are to enable pupils to • use digital tools in an independent, critical and creative manner in the gathering of information, and in the communication and presentation of his or her own material http://livingdoll.no/?cat=3
  • Communication The aims of the studies are to enable pupils to • give an account of and evaluate the use of sources
  • Culture, society and literature The aims of the studies are to enable pupils to • locate, elaborate on and discuss international educational options and employment options
  • Culture, society and literature The aims of the studies are to enable pupils to • analyse and assess the role of some English- language media in international society
  • Culture, society and literature The aims of the studies are to enable pupils to • elaborate on and discuss various aspects of multicultural societies in the English-speaking world
  • Culture, society and literature • reflect on how cultural differences and dissimilar value systems can affect communication
  • Culture, society and literature • elaborate on and discuss a number of international and global challenges
  • Culture, society and literature • elaborate on and discuss a selection of literature and factual prose from the period 1950 up to the present
  • Culture, society and literature • analyse, elaborate on and discuss at least one lengthy literary work (book) and one film
  • Culture, society and literature • present a major in-depth project on a topic from International English or another subject from his or her own programme area and assess the process.
  • Copy book • Det er viktig å være godt forberedt til hver time gjennom skoleåret. Ta alltid notater når du leser tekster / er i klassen. Det er også viktig å ta godt vare på notater og alt du få utdelt. Husk også å ta godt vare på besvarelser som du få vurdert i løpet av skoleåret. Du vil ha mange fordeler i eksamen hvis du lærer deg å ta gode notater.
  • Effective note-taking • Effective note-taking is a valuable skill for retaining, remembering, reciting and recalling information. • Without good notes you could sit through an entire semester of classes and not have anything to prepare you for the exams. • If you follow these simple steps and tips you will not only learn how to take notes, you’ll learn how to take notes that will help you apply knowledge and retain material.
  • Effective note-taking • Organize yourself • Position yourself in an area of the room where you can effectively see and hear the teacher • Think about what you want /need to retain • DO IT RIGHT THE FIRST TIME! Create a system of note-taking that allows you to write quickly and get down basic concepts, but which will also allow you to quickly find information in your notes later.
  • Use… • Short and meaningful phrases, and abbreviate when necessary such as drawing arrows for increase/decrease. • Utilize meaningful symbols • Each lecture should have it’s own page or series of pages. This will help keep you organized. Make sure to date and title the pages so that you can find them more easily later on.
  • Abbreviations which often occur in English texts: • e.g. exempli gratia (for example) • i.e. id est (that is) • etc. et cetera (and other things) • a.m. ante meridiem (before noon) • p.m. post meridiem (after noon) • BC Before Christ • AD Anno Domini – the year of our Lord (after Christ)
  • Recognize main ideas by signal words that indicate something important is to follow. • Your teacher is not going to say “Write this down” when s/he states an important new idea or gives an example, but s/he will use signals to telegraph what s/he is doing. For example; There are three reasons why... – First... second... third... – The significance of _____ is... – The impact of ______ is... – From this, we can see...
  • And… • Often, students are deceived into thinking that because they understand everything that is said in class they will therefore remember it. This is dead wrong! Write it down. • Don't keep notes on oddly shaped pieces of paper. Keep notes in order and in one place.
  • Revision • Remember, we forget rapidly so review your notes regularly. This is the only way to achieve lasting memory.
  • Writing Skriv fem setninger; • 1 først én setning der du presenterer emnet du vil bruke. • 2, 3, 4 Deretter nevner du tre moment som utvikler emnet; hvert moment sin setning. • 5 Avslutt med å lage én setning som sammenfatter. Og så kan du utvide hver av disse fem setningene til et avsnitt. Dermed har du en femavsnitts skisse, med begynnelse - midte -slutt
  • Modelltekst THESIS I think the council should support sporting arenas in all major community centres in Narvik. POSITION (Hvor?) Firstly, young people will have the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of sporting activities. Secondly, they will learn about how to play sports. Finally, it may prevent vandalism and other anti-social behaviour associated with a lack of recreational facilities. PREVIEW ARGUMENT (Topic Statement) During the school term many young people wish to participate in sporting activities after school. Participating in sporting activities has been shown POINT to improve general fitness which in turn helps improve performance at school. ELABORATION ARGUMENT (Topic statement) Another reason is that sports clubs can concentrate on the actual sporting activities in their clubs and leave the maintenance of the arenas to professional employed by the council. Many voluntary sports leaders in the local clubs feel POINT that it is not their responsibility to run sporting arenas because they neither have the time nor the qualifications. ELABORATION
  • Modelltekst fort…. ARGUMENT (Topic statement) Moreover, by providing sporting areas in all community centres POINT all young people in Narvik will have access to a variety of physical activities, year round. ELABORATION RE-STATEMENT OF THESIS These are the main reasons why I think Narvik council should run and maintain sporting centres in all major community centres. As they say “all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy”. PUNCHLINE