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UNITED STATES CORE CURRICULUM COLLECTION OF DOCUMENTS

 
 

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4th: UTAH STUDIES - COLLECTION OF DOCUMENTS
USOE Core Curriculum File  4th Grade (p.14)

7th Grade: UTAH STUDIES - COLLECTION OF DOCUMENTS
USOE Core Curriculum File
7th Grade (p.19)

5th Grade: UNITED STATES HISTORY - COLLECTION OF DOCUMENTS
USOE Core Curriculum File
 5th Grade (p.17)

"Through the lens of time, students will establish a chronology of critical events in the various time periods of United States history. It is not the intent that students study the historical events in depth. The curriculum is set to teach in three time periods: one half of the time is to be used in studying the New World and the foundation of our nation; one fourth, the 19th century (1800-1900); and one fourth, 1900 to the present. Students will examine the impact of people and places on the emergence of United States culture and history. Character and life skills will help students understand citizenship rights and responsibilities. Using social studies skills, students will compare governments, geography, and cultures of Canada and Mexico with those of the United States as students continue to make world connections."

 

8th Grade: UNITED STATES HISTORY I - COLLECTION OF DOCUMENTS
USOE Core Curriculum File  8th Grade (p.23)

"United States History for grade 8 covers events and issues from the Age of Exploration through Reconstruction and the western movement, emphasizing the 18th and 19th centuries. Topics covered will include, but are not limited to exploration, colonization, the Revolutionary War, constitutional issues, nation building, the Civil War, Reconstruction, and the western movement. Standards 1 and 2 should be integrated throughout the course rather than taught independently. The remaining standards can be taught either chronologically or thematically. Although the emphasis of this course is on the 18th and 19th centuries, additional content may be covered as time permits."

 

UNITED STATES HISTORY II - COLLECTION OF DOCUMENTS
USOE Core Curriculum File  11th Grade (p.37)

"Understanding United States history is essential for the continuation of our democratic society. This course will help students make connections between their world and the rich heritage of United States history. The course is designed as a survey of American history with an emphasis on post-Reconstruction America (1876-Present), but should include a review of the earlier period. The course can be taught using a thematic approach or in chronological order."

 

UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT CITIZENSHIP - COLLECTION OF DOCUMENTS
USOE Core Curriculum File 12th Grade (p.43)

"The goal of this course is to foster informed, responsible participation in public life. Knowing how to be a good citizen is essential to the preservation and improvement of United States democracy. Upon completion of this course the student will understand the major ideas, protections, privileges, structures, and economic systems that affect the life of a citizen in the United States political system. This course is recommended for seniors due to their proximity to voting age."

 

UTAH STUDIES - COLLECTION OF DOCUMENTS

"Utah is a state diverse in landscape and people. This course is designed to help students understand the state of Utah at a deeper level by reviewing Utah’s early history and particularly emphasizing Utah from statehood to the present. Students will understand the interaction between Utah’s geography and its inhabitants, as well as the formative contributions of Native American Indians, explorers, and Utah pioneers. The course will also investigate relationships between government and the people of Utah, the many opportunities people have to make a living in Utah, the diverse nature of Utah’s people and cultures, and the impact of contemporary events on the land and people of Utah. The Utah Studies core is designed to meet the needs of a semester-length course. Full-year Utah Studies courses may expand the scope and detail of this course to meet specific needs."

 
 

Source: USOE Social Studies Core Curriculum

NAEP U.S. History Assessment Measures

 

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