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Culture and Way of LifeLaajuus (4 cr)

Code: BE00CW35

Objective

Students learn to examine relationships between individuals, communities and societies at global, national and local level. They can describe meanings that cultures and ways of life can have in the construction of the individual's identity. Students learn to explain the concepts of multiculturalism and diversity. They learn to describe and analyse relationships between minorities and majorities, describe the global migration and, especially, refugeeism as a general phenomenon and individual experience. Students learn to describe discrimination, prejudice and racism, and identify underlying factors. They examine their national and ethnic identity and preparedness to encounter cultural and social diversity. They independently seek and evaluate the reliability of information about these concepts. Students develop their reflection and observation skills about their own role in local and global communities.

Content

- ethnic, cultural and social diversity, cultural differences, majorities and minorities
- global migration, immigration, refugees
- acculturation, integration
- national and ethnic identity, stereotypes and prejudices, racism
- the effect of immigration and minority role on the individual's identity
- multicultural competence and cultural sensitivity
-dimensions of cultural and social sustainability

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

Students recognise global processes, which cause migration and refugeeism. Students recognise the contents of the key concepts. Students are for the main part able to describe the relationships between ethnic groups in Finland. Students are able to find up-to-date information about key concepts. Students are able to formulate and justify an opinion on one of the issues discussed. Students can describe the experiences of people belonging to different minorities. They can describe their own cultural identity and factors connected with its development. Students can name a concrete aim of how to develop their competence in cultural sensitivity.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

Students competently describe the relevant concepts, when discussing migration and refugeeism caused by global processes. They find information about relationships between ethnic groups and use the information to present their opinions. With help of the concepts, students analyse the experiences of people belonging to different minorities. Using the relevant concepts, students reflect on their own cultural identity and the factors that influence its development. Students describe and justify concrete aims of how to develop their competence in cultural sensitivity.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

Students analyse the relevant concepts, when discussing migration and refugeeism caused by global processes. They critically evaluate the key concepts of the course. Students are able to connect people's experiences as members of different minorities with their social background. Competently using the concepts, students extensively reflect on their cultural identity and the factors that influence its development. Students express their aims concerning the development of their culturalsensitivity with comprehensive justifications.

Enrollment

30.08.2022 - 02.09.2022

Timing

06.03.2023 - 05.05.2023

Credits

4 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Social Services
Teachers
  • Taja Kiiskilä
Student groups
  • SOS22C
  • SOS22B

Objective

Students learn to examine relationships between individuals, communities and societies at global, national and local level. They can describe meanings that cultures and ways of life can have in the construction of the individual's identity. Students learn to explain the concepts of multiculturalism and diversity. They learn to describe and analyse relationships between minorities and majorities, describe the global migration and, especially, refugeeism as a general phenomenon and individual experience. Students learn to describe discrimination, prejudice and racism, and identify underlying factors. They examine their national and ethnic identity and preparedness to encounter cultural and social diversity. They independently seek and evaluate the reliability of information about these concepts. Students develop their reflection and observation skills about their own role in local and global communities.

Content

- ethnic, cultural and social diversity, cultural differences, majorities and minorities
- global migration, immigration, refugees
- acculturation, integration
- national and ethnic identity, stereotypes and prejudices, racism
- the effect of immigration and minority role on the individual's identity
- multicultural competence and cultural sensitivity
-dimensions of cultural and social sustainability

Materials

Castaneda, A. E., Mäki-Opas, J., Jokela, S., Kivi, N., Lähteenmäki, M., Miettinen, T., Nieminen, S., Santalahti, P. 2018. Pakolaisten mielenterveyden tukeminen Suomessa: PALOMA-käsikirja. http://urn.fi/URN:ISBN:978-952-343-100-3.

Kääriälä, A., Keski-Säntti, M., Aaltonen, M., Haikkola, L., Huotari, T., Ilmakunnas, I., Juutinen, A., Kiilakoski, T., Merikukka, M., Pekkarinen, E., Rask, S., Ristikari, T., Salo, J. & Gissler, M. 2020. Suomi seuraavan sukupolven kasvuympäristönä. Seuranta Suomessa vuonna 1997 syntyneistä lapsista, joilla on ulkomailla syntynyt vanhempi. Terveyden ja hyvinvoinnin laitos. Raportti 15/2020. http://urn.fi/URN:ISBN:978-952-343-582-7.

Saukkonen, P. 2020. Vimmainen maailma. Kirjoituksia muuttoliikkeestä, monikulttuurisuudesta ja nationalismista. Julkaisuja 35, 2020. Helsinki: Siirtolaisuusinstituutti. https://siirtolaisuusinstituutti.fi/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/j-35-isbn-978-952-7167-93-9-vimmainen-maailma.pdf.

Teaching methods

Contact lessons, independent studying at Moodle, tasks

Employer connections

The study course does not include practical training

Student workload

108 h

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

Students recognise global processes, which cause migration and refugeeism. Students recognise the contents of the key concepts. Students are for the main part able to describe the relationships between ethnic groups in Finland. Students are able to find up-to-date information about key concepts. Students are able to formulate and justify an opinion on one of the issues discussed. Students can describe the experiences of people belonging to different minorities. They can describe their own cultural identity and factors connected with its development. Students can name a concrete aim of how to develop their competence in cultural sensitivity.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

Students competently describe the relevant concepts, when discussing migration and refugeeism caused by global processes. They find information about relationships between ethnic groups and use the information to present their opinions. With help of the concepts, students analyse the experiences of people belonging to different minorities. Using the relevant concepts, students reflect on their own cultural identity and the factors that influence its development. Students describe and justify concrete aims of how to develop their competence in cultural sensitivity.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

Students analyse the relevant concepts, when discussing migration and refugeeism caused by global processes. They critically evaluate the key concepts of the course. Students are able to connect people's experiences as members of different minorities with their social background. Competently using the concepts, students extensively reflect on their cultural identity and the factors that influence its development. Students express their aims concerning the development of their culturalsensitivity with comprehensive justifications.

Assessment methods and criteria

Learning assignment

Enrollment

30.08.2022 - 02.09.2022

Timing

09.01.2023 - 10.03.2023

Credits

4 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

3 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

12 - 30

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Social Services
Teachers
  • Taja Kiiskilä
Student groups
  • MSOS22SV

Objective

Students learn to examine relationships between individuals, communities and societies at global, national and local level. They can describe meanings that cultures and ways of life can have in the construction of the individual's identity. Students learn to explain the concepts of multiculturalism and diversity. They learn to describe and analyse relationships between minorities and majorities, describe the global migration and, especially, refugeeism as a general phenomenon and individual experience. Students learn to describe discrimination, prejudice and racism, and identify underlying factors. They examine their national and ethnic identity and preparedness to encounter cultural and social diversity. They independently seek and evaluate the reliability of information about these concepts. Students develop their reflection and observation skills about their own role in local and global communities.

Content

- ethnic, cultural and social diversity, cultural differences, majorities and minorities
- global migration, immigration, refugees
- acculturation, integration
- national and ethnic identity, stereotypes and prejudices, racism
- the effect of immigration and minority role on the individual's identity
- multicultural competence and cultural sensitivity
-dimensions of cultural and social sustainability

Materials

Castaneda, A. E., Mäki-Opas, J., Jokela, S., Kivi, N., Lähteenmäki, M., Miettinen, T., Nieminen, S., Santalahti, P. 2018. Pakolaisten mielenterveyden tukeminen Suomessa: PALOMA-käsikirja. http://urn.fi/URN:ISBN:978-952-343-100-3.

Kääriälä, A., Keski-Säntti, M., Aaltonen, M., Haikkola, L., Huotari, T., Ilmakunnas, I., Juutinen, A., Kiilakoski, T., Merikukka, M., Pekkarinen, E., Rask, S., Ristikari, T., Salo, J. & Gissler, M. 2020. Suomi seuraavan sukupolven kasvuympäristönä. Seuranta Suomessa vuonna 1997 syntyneistä lapsista, joilla on ulkomailla syntynyt vanhempi. Terveyden ja hyvinvoinnin laitos. Raportti 15/2020. http://urn.fi/URN:ISBN:978-952-343-582-7.

Saukkonen, P. 2020. Vimmainen maailma. Kirjoituksia muuttoliikkeestä, monikulttuurisuudesta ja nationalismista. Julkaisuja 35, 2020. Helsinki: Siirtolaisuusinstituutti. https://siirtolaisuusinstituutti.fi/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/j-35-isbn-978-952-7167-93-9-vimmainen-maailma.pdf.

Teaching methods

Contact lessons, independent studying at Moodle, tasks

Employer connections

The study course does not include practical training

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

Students recognise global processes, which cause migration and refugeeism. Students recognise the contents of the key concepts. Students are for the main part able to describe the relationships between ethnic groups in Finland. Students are able to find up-to-date information about key concepts. Students are able to formulate and justify an opinion on one of the issues discussed. Students can describe the experiences of people belonging to different minorities. They can describe their own cultural identity and factors connected with its development. Students can name a concrete aim of how to develop their competence in cultural sensitivity.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

Students competently describe the relevant concepts, when discussing migration and refugeeism caused by global processes. They find information about relationships between ethnic groups and use the information to present their opinions. With help of the concepts, students analyse the experiences of people belonging to different minorities. Using the relevant concepts, students reflect on their own cultural identity and the factors that influence its development. Students describe and justify concrete aims of how to develop their competence in cultural sensitivity.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

Students analyse the relevant concepts, when discussing migration and refugeeism caused by global processes. They critically evaluate the key concepts of the course. Students are able to connect people's experiences as members of different minorities with their social background. Competently using the concepts, students extensively reflect on their cultural identity and the factors that influence its development. Students express their aims concerning the development of their culturalsensitivity with comprehensive justifications.

Assessment methods and criteria

Learning assignment

Enrollment

30.08.2022 - 02.09.2022

Timing

24.10.2022 - 16.12.2022

Credits

4 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

1 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

12 - 30

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Social Services
Teachers
  • Taja Kiiskilä
Student groups
  • SOS22C
  • SOS22B

Objective

Students learn to examine relationships between individuals, communities and societies at global, national and local level. They can describe meanings that cultures and ways of life can have in the construction of the individual's identity. Students learn to explain the concepts of multiculturalism and diversity. They learn to describe and analyse relationships between minorities and majorities, describe the global migration and, especially, refugeeism as a general phenomenon and individual experience. Students learn to describe discrimination, prejudice and racism, and identify underlying factors. They examine their national and ethnic identity and preparedness to encounter cultural and social diversity. They independently seek and evaluate the reliability of information about these concepts. Students develop their reflection and observation skills about their own role in local and global communities.

Content

- ethnic, cultural and social diversity, cultural differences, majorities and minorities
- global migration, immigration, refugees
- acculturation, integration
- national and ethnic identity, stereotypes and prejudices, racism
- the effect of immigration and minority role on the individual's identity
- multicultural competence and cultural sensitivity
-dimensions of cultural and social sustainability

Materials

Castaneda, A. E., Mäki-Opas, J., Jokela, S., Kivi, N., Lähteenmäki, M., Miettinen, T., Nieminen, S., Santalahti, P. 2018. Pakolaisten mielenterveyden tukeminen Suomessa: PALOMA-käsikirja. http://urn.fi/URN:ISBN:978-952-343-100-3.

Kääriälä, A., Keski-Säntti, M., Aaltonen, M., Haikkola, L., Huotari, T., Ilmakunnas, I., Juutinen, A., Kiilakoski, T., Merikukka, M., Pekkarinen, E., Rask, S., Ristikari, T., Salo, J. & Gissler, M. 2020. Suomi seuraavan sukupolven kasvuympäristönä. Seuranta Suomessa vuonna 1997 syntyneistä lapsista, joilla on ulkomailla syntynyt vanhempi. Terveyden ja hyvinvoinnin laitos. Raportti 15/2020. http://urn.fi/URN:ISBN:978-952-343-582-7.

Saukkonen, P. 2020. Vimmainen maailma. Kirjoituksia muuttoliikkeestä, monikulttuurisuudesta ja nationalismista. Julkaisuja 35, 2020. Helsinki: Siirtolaisuusinstituutti. https://siirtolaisuusinstituutti.fi/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/j-35-isbn-978-952-7167-93-9-vimmainen-maailma.pdf.

Teaching methods

Contact lessons, independent studying at Moodle, tasks

Employer connections

The study course does not include practical training

Student workload

108 h

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

Students recognise global processes, which cause migration and refugeeism. Students recognise the contents of the key concepts. Students are for the main part able to describe the relationships between ethnic groups in Finland. Students are able to find up-to-date information about key concepts. Students are able to formulate and justify an opinion on one of the issues discussed. Students can describe the experiences of people belonging to different minorities. They can describe their own cultural identity and factors connected with its development. Students can name a concrete aim of how to develop their competence in cultural sensitivity.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

Students competently describe the relevant concepts, when discussing migration and refugeeism caused by global processes. They find information about relationships between ethnic groups and use the information to present their opinions. With help of the concepts, students analyse the experiences of people belonging to different minorities. Using the relevant concepts, students reflect on their own cultural identity and the factors that influence its development. Students describe and justify concrete aims of how to develop their competence in cultural sensitivity.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

Students analyse the relevant concepts, when discussing migration and refugeeism caused by global processes. They critically evaluate the key concepts of the course. Students are able to connect people's experiences as members of different minorities with their social background. Competently using the concepts, students extensively reflect on their cultural identity and the factors that influence its development. Students express their aims concerning the development of their culturalsensitivity with comprehensive justifications.

Assessment methods and criteria

Learning assignment

Enrollment

19.04.2022 - 21.04.2022

Timing

01.09.2022 - 21.10.2022

Credits

4 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

12 - 30

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Social Services
Teachers
  • Taja Kiiskilä
Student groups
  • MSOS22K

Objective

Students learn to examine relationships between individuals, communities and societies at global, national and local level. They can describe meanings that cultures and ways of life can have in the construction of the individual's identity. Students learn to explain the concepts of multiculturalism and diversity. They learn to describe and analyse relationships between minorities and majorities, describe the global migration and, especially, refugeeism as a general phenomenon and individual experience. Students learn to describe discrimination, prejudice and racism, and identify underlying factors. They examine their national and ethnic identity and preparedness to encounter cultural and social diversity. They independently seek and evaluate the reliability of information about these concepts. Students develop their reflection and observation skills about their own role in local and global communities.

Content

- ethnic, cultural and social diversity, cultural differences, majorities and minorities
- global migration, immigration, refugees
- acculturation, integration
- national and ethnic identity, stereotypes and prejudices, racism
- the effect of immigration and minority role on the individual's identity
- multicultural competence and cultural sensitivity
-dimensions of cultural and social sustainability

Materials

Castaneda, A. E., Mäki-Opas, J., Jokela, S., Kivi, N., Lähteenmäki, M., Miettinen, T., Nieminen, S., Santalahti, P. 2018. Pakolaisten mielenterveyden tukeminen Suomessa: PALOMA-käsikirja. http://urn.fi/URN:ISBN:978-952-343-100-3.

Kääriälä, A., Keski-Säntti, M., Aaltonen, M., Haikkola, L., Huotari, T., Ilmakunnas, I., Juutinen, A., Kiilakoski, T., Merikukka, M., Pekkarinen, E., Rask, S., Ristikari, T., Salo, J. & Gissler, M. 2020. Suomi seuraavan sukupolven kasvuympäristönä. Seuranta Suomessa vuonna 1997 syntyneistä lapsista, joilla on ulkomailla syntynyt vanhempi. Terveyden ja hyvinvoinnin laitos. Raportti 15/2020. http://urn.fi/URN:ISBN:978-952-343-582-7.

Saukkonen, P. 2020. Vimmainen maailma. Kirjoituksia muuttoliikkeestä, monikulttuurisuudesta ja nationalismista. Julkaisuja 35, 2020. Helsinki: Siirtolaisuusinstituutti. https://siirtolaisuusinstituutti.fi/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/j-35-isbn-978-952-7167-93-9-vimmainen-maailma.pdf.

Teaching methods

Contact lessons, independent studying at Moodle, tasks

Employer connections

The study course does not include practical training

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

Students recognise global processes, which cause migration and refugeeism. Students recognise the contents of the key concepts. Students are for the main part able to describe the relationships between ethnic groups in Finland. Students are able to find up-to-date information about key concepts. Students are able to formulate and justify an opinion on one of the issues discussed. Students can describe the experiences of people belonging to different minorities. They can describe their own cultural identity and factors connected with its development. Students can name a concrete aim of how to develop their competence in cultural sensitivity.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

Students competently describe the relevant concepts, when discussing migration and refugeeism caused by global processes. They find information about relationships between ethnic groups and use the information to present their opinions. With help of the concepts, students analyse the experiences of people belonging to different minorities. Using the relevant concepts, students reflect on their own cultural identity and the factors that influence its development. Students describe and justify concrete aims of how to develop their competence in cultural sensitivity.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

Students analyse the relevant concepts, when discussing migration and refugeeism caused by global processes. They critically evaluate the key concepts of the course. Students are able to connect people's experiences as members of different minorities with their social background. Competently using the concepts, students extensively reflect on their cultural identity and the factors that influence its development. Students express their aims concerning the development of their culturalsensitivity with comprehensive justifications.

Assessment methods and criteria

Learning assignment

Enrollment

30.08.2021 - 07.09.2021

Timing

04.04.2022 - 20.05.2022

Credits

4 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

4 op

RD proportion (cr)

1 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

12 - 25

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Social Services
Teachers
  • Tanja Rajala
  • Taja Kiiskilä
Student groups
  • SOS21B
  • SOS21C

Objective

Students learn to examine relationships between individuals, communities and societies at global, national and local level. They can describe meanings that cultures and ways of life can have in the construction of the individual's identity. Students learn to explain the concepts of multiculturalism and diversity. They learn to describe and analyse relationships between minorities and majorities, describe the global migration and, especially, refugeeism as a general phenomenon and individual experience. Students learn to describe discrimination, prejudice and racism, and identify underlying factors. They examine their national and ethnic identity and preparedness to encounter cultural and social diversity. They independently seek and evaluate the reliability of information about these concepts. Students develop their reflection and observation skills about their own role in local and global communities.

Content

- ethnic, cultural and social diversity, cultural differences, majorities and minorities
- global migration, immigration, refugees
- acculturation, integration
- national and ethnic identity, stereotypes and prejudices, racism
- the effect of immigration and minority role on the individual's identity
- multicultural competence and cultural sensitivity
-dimensions of cultural and social sustainability

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

Students recognise global processes, which cause migration and refugeeism. Students recognise the contents of the key concepts. Students are for the main part able to describe the relationships between ethnic groups in Finland. Students are able to find up-to-date information about key concepts. Students are able to formulate and justify an opinion on one of the issues discussed. Students can describe the experiences of people belonging to different minorities. They can describe their own cultural identity and factors connected with its development. Students can name a concrete aim of how to develop their competence in cultural sensitivity.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

Students competently describe the relevant concepts, when discussing migration and refugeeism caused by global processes. They find information about relationships between ethnic groups and use the information to present their opinions. With help of the concepts, students analyse the experiences of people belonging to different minorities. Using the relevant concepts, students reflect on their own cultural identity and the factors that influence its development. Students describe and justify concrete aims of how to develop their competence in cultural sensitivity.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

Students analyse the relevant concepts, when discussing migration and refugeeism caused by global processes. They critically evaluate the key concepts of the course. Students are able to connect people's experiences as members of different minorities with their social background. Competently using the concepts, students extensively reflect on their cultural identity and the factors that influence its development. Students express their aims concerning the development of their culturalsensitivity with comprehensive justifications.

Enrollment

10.01.2022 - 17.01.2022

Timing

21.02.2022 - 08.04.2022

Credits

4 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

4 op

RD proportion (cr)

1 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

12 - 25

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Social Services
Teachers
  • Tanja Rajala
  • Taja Kiiskilä
Student groups
  • SOS22A

Objective

Students learn to examine relationships between individuals, communities and societies at global, national and local level. They can describe meanings that cultures and ways of life can have in the construction of the individual's identity. Students learn to explain the concepts of multiculturalism and diversity. They learn to describe and analyse relationships between minorities and majorities, describe the global migration and, especially, refugeeism as a general phenomenon and individual experience. Students learn to describe discrimination, prejudice and racism, and identify underlying factors. They examine their national and ethnic identity and preparedness to encounter cultural and social diversity. They independently seek and evaluate the reliability of information about these concepts. Students develop their reflection and observation skills about their own role in local and global communities.

Content

- ethnic, cultural and social diversity, cultural differences, majorities and minorities
- global migration, immigration, refugees
- acculturation, integration
- national and ethnic identity, stereotypes and prejudices, racism
- the effect of immigration and minority role on the individual's identity
- multicultural competence and cultural sensitivity
-dimensions of cultural and social sustainability

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

Students recognise global processes, which cause migration and refugeeism. Students recognise the contents of the key concepts. Students are for the main part able to describe the relationships between ethnic groups in Finland. Students are able to find up-to-date information about key concepts. Students are able to formulate and justify an opinion on one of the issues discussed. Students can describe the experiences of people belonging to different minorities. They can describe their own cultural identity and factors connected with its development. Students can name a concrete aim of how to develop their competence in cultural sensitivity.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

Students competently describe the relevant concepts, when discussing migration and refugeeism caused by global processes. They find information about relationships between ethnic groups and use the information to present their opinions. With help of the concepts, students analyse the experiences of people belonging to different minorities. Using the relevant concepts, students reflect on their own cultural identity and the factors that influence its development. Students describe and justify concrete aims of how to develop their competence in cultural sensitivity.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

Students analyse the relevant concepts, when discussing migration and refugeeism caused by global processes. They critically evaluate the key concepts of the course. Students are able to connect people's experiences as members of different minorities with their social background. Competently using the concepts, students extensively reflect on their cultural identity and the factors that influence its development. Students express their aims concerning the development of their culturalsensitivity with comprehensive justifications.

Enrollment

30.08.2021 - 07.09.2021

Timing

29.11.2021 - 28.01.2022

Credits

4 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

4 op

RD proportion (cr)

1 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

12 - 25

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Social Services
Teachers
  • Tanja Rajala
  • Taja Kiiskilä
Student groups
  • SOS21B
  • SOS21C

Objective

Students learn to examine relationships between individuals, communities and societies at global, national and local level. They can describe meanings that cultures and ways of life can have in the construction of the individual's identity. Students learn to explain the concepts of multiculturalism and diversity. They learn to describe and analyse relationships between minorities and majorities, describe the global migration and, especially, refugeeism as a general phenomenon and individual experience. Students learn to describe discrimination, prejudice and racism, and identify underlying factors. They examine their national and ethnic identity and preparedness to encounter cultural and social diversity. They independently seek and evaluate the reliability of information about these concepts. Students develop their reflection and observation skills about their own role in local and global communities.

Content

- ethnic, cultural and social diversity, cultural differences, majorities and minorities
- global migration, immigration, refugees
- acculturation, integration
- national and ethnic identity, stereotypes and prejudices, racism
- the effect of immigration and minority role on the individual's identity
- multicultural competence and cultural sensitivity
-dimensions of cultural and social sustainability

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

Students recognise global processes, which cause migration and refugeeism. Students recognise the contents of the key concepts. Students are for the main part able to describe the relationships between ethnic groups in Finland. Students are able to find up-to-date information about key concepts. Students are able to formulate and justify an opinion on one of the issues discussed. Students can describe the experiences of people belonging to different minorities. They can describe their own cultural identity and factors connected with its development. Students can name a concrete aim of how to develop their competence in cultural sensitivity.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

Students competently describe the relevant concepts, when discussing migration and refugeeism caused by global processes. They find information about relationships between ethnic groups and use the information to present their opinions. With help of the concepts, students analyse the experiences of people belonging to different minorities. Using the relevant concepts, students reflect on their own cultural identity and the factors that influence its development. Students describe and justify concrete aims of how to develop their competence in cultural sensitivity.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

Students analyse the relevant concepts, when discussing migration and refugeeism caused by global processes. They critically evaluate the key concepts of the course. Students are able to connect people's experiences as members of different minorities with their social background. Competently using the concepts, students extensively reflect on their cultural identity and the factors that influence its development. Students express their aims concerning the development of their culturalsensitivity with comprehensive justifications.