U.S. NATIONAL CORE CURRICULUM
"The development of
the History Standards was administered by the National Center for
History in the Schools at the University of California, Los Angeles
under the guidance of the National Council for History Standards.
The standards were developed with funding from the National
Endowment for the Humanities and the U.S. Department of Education.
This publication does not necessarily represent positions or
policies of the United States government, and no official
endorsement should be inferred. This publication may be freely
reproduced and distributed for educational and research purposes.
You may purchase the printed editions of the National Standards for
History, Basic Edition by writing to the National Center for History
in the Schools, UCLA, Dept. of History, 405 Hilgard Ave., Los
Angeles, CA 90024-1473; email: email@example.com. The fax number
is (310) 267-2103."
USOE CORE CURRICULUM
Council for the Social Studies defines social studies as "the
integrated study of the social sciences and humanities to promote
civic competence." For students to become fully empowered
participants in democracy, attention must be paid to this "civic
competence." The social studies -- including history, geography,
economics, political science, sociology, psychology, anthropology --
are central to the mission of public schools.
This web site is an effort to support educators, administrators,
students, and parents in understanding and implementing the social
studies core curriculum. In addition, we hope to make sure that
resources, lesson ideas, exemplary teaching, and outstanding
professional development opportunities are highlighted."
USOE Core Curriculum File
4th Grade (p.14) 5th
USOE Core Curriculum File
Grade (p.19) 8th Grade (p.23) 11th Grade (p.37) 12th Grade (p.43)
AMERICAN INDIAN CURRICULUM
Indian History lessons that are presented here have been written
using the research based Understanding by Design format and are also
linked directly to the Standards set by the State Board of Education
for each grade level.
The Cultural Literacy lessons where written by educators in San Juan
Lessons designed to help The Ute Indian Tribe in making accurate
information about Ute history and culture available to schools and
surrounding communities. Lessons compiled and authored by Kayleen
Silver under the direction of the Ute Indian Tribe, Brigham Young
University Elementary Education Department, and University of Utah
American West Center. Through a grant from the Utah State Office of
Education. Permission is given to copy these lessons for educational
need information about the UB-TAH the address is:
UB-TAH, USU Uintah
987 East Lagoon (124-9)
Roosevelt, Utah 84066
Antonio Arce, Project Coordinator
Phone: (435) 722-1736
If you would
like to collaborate in the development of this site and be an
important part of the Uintah Basin Teaching American History Project
contact us or call us (435) 722-1736