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UT.2.1.Culture: Students will recognize and describe how people within their community, state, and nation are both similar and different.
Culture: Students will recognize and describe how people within their community, state, and nation are both similar and different.
2.1.2. Recognize and describe the contributions of different cultural groups in Utah and the nation. 2.1.2.a. Identify various cultural groups within the state and the nation.
2.1.2.b. Describe contributions of cultural groups to our state and nation.
2.1.2.c. Explain ways American Indians and immigrants have shaped both Utah's and America's culture (e.g., names of places, food, customs, celebrations).
2.1.2.d. Compare and contrast elements of two or more cultures within the state and nation (e.g., language, food, clothing, shelter, traditions, and celebrations).
UT.2.2.Citizenship: Students will recognize and practice civic responsibility in the community, state, and nation.
Citizenship: Students will recognize and practice civic responsibility in the community, state, and nation.
2.2.1. Examine civic responsibility and demonstrate good citizenship. 2.2.1.a. Describe characteristics of being a good citizen through the examples of historic figures and ordinary citizens.
2.2.1.b. Explain the benefits of being a U.S. citizen (e.g., responsibilities, freedoms, opportunities, and the importance of voting in free elections).
2.2.1.c. Identify and participate in a local civic activity. (e.g. community cleanup, recycling, walkathons, voting).
2.2.1.d. Identify state and national activities (e.g., voting, Pledge of Allegiance, holidays).
2.2.3. Investigate and show how communities, state, and nation are united by symbols that represent citizenship in our nation. 2.2.3.a. Explain the significance of various community, state, and national celebrations (e.g., Memorial Day, Independence Day, and Thanksgiving).
2.2.3.c. Identify and explain the significance of various national symbols, documents, and landmarks (e.g., Declaration of Independence, Constitution, flag, Pledge of Allegiance, national monuments, national capitol building). Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Landmarks
UT.2.3.Geography: Students will use geographic tools and skills to locate and describe places on earth.
Geography: Students will use geographic tools and skills to locate and describe places on earth.
2.3.2. Demonstrate geographic skills on a map and a globe. 2.3.2.a. Identify and use information on a map and on a globe (e.g., map key or legend, simple grid systems, physical features, compass rose).
2.3.2.b. Compare and contrast the difference between maps and globes.
2.3.2.d. Locate and label the following on a map or a globe: the seven continents, the five oceans, the poles, and the equator.
UT.2.4.Financial Literacy: Students will explain how the economy meets human needs through the interaction of producers and consumers.
Financial Literacy: Students will explain how the economy meets human needs through the interaction of producers and consumers.
2.4.1. Describe how producers and consumers work together in the making and using of goods and services. 2.4.1.a. Define and explain the difference between producing and consuming.
2.4.1.b. Explain ways in which people can be both consumers and producers of goods and services.
2.4.1.c. Recognize that people supply goods and services based on what people want.
2.4.1.d. Identify examples of technology that people use (e.g., automobiles, computers, telephones).
2.4.1.e. Identify how technology affects the way people live (work and play).
2.4.2. Describe the choices people make in using goods and services. 2.4.2.a. Explain the goods and services that businesses provide.
2.4.2.d. Explain how work provides income to purchase goods and services.
2.4.2.e. Explain reasons and ways to save money (e.g., to buy a bicycle or MP3 player, piggy bank, bank, credit union, savings account).