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UT.I.Utah Studies: Students will understand the relationship between the physical geography in Utah and human life.
Utah Studies: Students will understand the relationship between the physical geography in Utah and human life.
I.B. Utah's physical geography has a direct impact on the cultures of the various peoples who have inhabited it throughout time. By learning about the physical geography of Utah and how it has changed over time, students will be able to understand the interrelationships between the physical geography of Utah and human cultural development. I.1: Classify major physical geographic attributes of Utah. I.1.a. Identify Utah's latitude, longitude, hemisphere, climate, natural resources, landforms, and regions using a variety of geographic tools.
I.1.b. Examine the forces at work in creating the physical geography of Utah (e.g. erosion, seismic activity, climate change).
I.2: Analyze how physical geography affects human life in Utah. I.2.a. Identify population concentrations in the state and infer causal relationships between population and physical geography.
I.2.d. Make inferences about the relationships between the physical geography of Utah and the state's communication and transportation systems (e.g. trails, roads, telegraph, rail lines).
I.2.e. Examine the interactions between physical geography and public health and safety (e.g. inversions, earthquakes, flooding, fire).
I.2.f. Explain how archaeology informs about the past (e.g. artifacts, ruins, excavations).
I.3: Analyze how human actions modify the physical environment. I.3.a. Describe how and why humans have changed the physical environment of Utah to meet their needs (e.g. reservoirs, irrigation, climate, transportation systems and cities).
I.3.b. Explain viewpoints regarding environmental issues (e.g. species protection, land use, pollution controls, mass transit, water rights, trust lands).
UT.II.Utah Studies: Students will understand how Utah's history has been shaped by many diverse people, events, and ideas.
Utah Studies: Students will understand how Utah's history has been shaped by many diverse people, events, and ideas.
II.B. The history of Utah has been shaped by many diverse people, events, challenges, and ideas. People came to the land now known as Utah for many reasons, and from many different places around the world. The story of Utah includes American Indians, the Dominguez- Escalante exploration, explorers, trappers, Latinos, Mormon pioneers, Polynesians, Chinese, Japanese, Greeks, African-Americans, Middle Easterners, and many other groups seeking new homes, work and refuge. As each culture has come to Utah, Utah has changed. These changes have had and will continue to have significant impacts on all the people of Utah. II.1: Describe the historical and current impact of various cultural groups on Utah. II.1.a. Chart the routes that diverse cultural groups took from their places of origin to Utah, using maps and other resources. Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Pioneer Life
II.1.b. Explore points of view about life in Utah from a variety of cultural groups using primary source documents. Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Pioneer Life
II.1.c. Explore cultural influences from various groups found in Utah today (e.g. food, music, religion, dress, festivals).
II.1.d. Identify and describe leaders from various cultures who exemplify outstanding character and life skills.
II.1.e. Explain the importance of preserving cultural prehistory and history, including archaeological sites and other historic sites and artifacts.
II.2: Describe ways that Utah has changed over time. II.2.a. Identify key events and trends in Utah history and their significance (e.g. American Indian settlement, European exploration, Mormon settlement, westward expansion, American Indian relocation, statehood, development of industry, World War I and II). Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Pioneer Life
II.2.b. Compare the experiences faced by today's immigrants with those faced by immigrants in Utah's history. Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Pioneer Life
UT.III.Utah Studies: Students will understand the roles of civic life, politics, and government in the lives of Utah citizens.
Utah Studies: Students will understand the roles of civic life, politics, and government in the lives of Utah citizens.
III.B. Representative government has developed in Utah. People who live in Utah have rights and responsibilities associated with representative government. People have created systems of power and authority within this government. III.1: Describe the responsibilities and rights of individuals in a representative government as well as in the school and community. III.1.a. Identify rights of a citizen (e.g. voting, peaceful assembly, freedom of religion).
III.1.b. Identify responsibilities of a citizen (e.g. jury duty, obeying the law, paying taxes).
III.1.c. Determine how and why the rights and responsibilities of various groups have varied over time (e.g. Chinese railroad workers, Greek miners, women, children, Mormons, Japanese-Americans at Topaz, American Indians, African-Americans). Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Immigration Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Pioneer Life
III.1.e. Describe and model ways that citizens can participate in civic responsibilities (e.g. current issue analysis, recycling, volunteering with civic organizations, letter writing).
III.1.g. Recognize and demonstrate respect for United States and Utah symbols (i.e. Pledge of Allegiance, flag etiquette).
III.2: Analyze the different ways people have organized governments in Utah to meet community needs. III.2.a. Identify the forms of government found in Utah in different eras (i.e. historic and current American Indian government, State of Deseret, Utah Territory, statehood-era, present).
III.2.b. Compare how these governments addressed community needs.
III.2.c. Compare the roles and responsibilities of state, county, and local officials.