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Kindergarten

Arts Education

Integrated Core (Fine Arts, Health, Physical Education, Science, and Social Studies)

Language Arts

Reading Standards for Literature

Reading Standards for Informational Text

Reading Standards: Foundational Skills

Writing Standards

Speaking and Listening Standards

Language Standards

Health and PE

Health Education

Physical Education

World Languages

Interpretive Listening (IL) - I can interpret information, concepts, and ideas from a variety of culturally authentic sources on a variety of topics.

Interpretive Reading (IR) - I can interpret information, concepts, and ideas from a variety of culturally authentic sources on a variety of topics.

Interpersonal Communication (IC) - I can exchange information, concepts, and ideas with a variety of speakers or readers on a variety of topics in a culturally appropriate context.

Presentational Speaking (PS) - I can present information, concepts, and ideas to an audience of listeners or readers on a variety of topics in a culturally appropriate context.

Writing (PW) - I can present information, concepts, and ideas to an audience of listeners or readers on a variety of topics in a culturally appropriate context.

Investigation of Cultural Products and Practices (CPP) - I can use my language skills to investigate the world beyond my immediate environment.

Understanding of Cultural Perspectives (CP) - I can use my language skills to recognize and understand others’ ways of thinking as well as my own.

Participation in Cultural Interaction (CIA) - I can use my language skills and cultural understanding to interact in a cultural context other than my own.

Science

The Processes of Science, Communication of Science, and the Nature of Science: Students will be able to apply scientific processes, communicate scientific ideas effectively, and understand the nature of science.

Earth and Space Science: Students will gain an understanding of Earth and Space Science through the study of earth materials, celestial movement, and weather.

Physical Science: Students will gain an understanding of Physical Science through the study of the forces of motion and the properties of materials.

Life Science: Students will gain an understanding of Life Science through the study of changes in organisms over time and the nature of living things.

Social Studies

Culture: Students will recognize and describe how individuals and families are both similar and different.

Citizenship: Students will recognize their roles and responsibilities of being a good citizen.

Geography: Students will use geographic terms and tools.

Financial Literacy: Students can explain how humans meet their needs in many ways.

Mathematics

MATHEMATICAL PRACTICES (K.MP)

COUNTING AND CARDINALITY (K.CC)

OPERATIONS AND ALGEBRAIC THINKING (K.OA)

NUMBER AND OPERATIONS IN BASE TEN (K.NBT)

MEASUREMENT AND DATA (K.MD)

GEOMETRY (K.G)

Library Media

Reading for intellectual, personal, and emotional growth

Meaning of text through format and text features

Library purpose and function

Defining an information problem and identifying information needed

Identifying, evaluating, and selecting sources

Locating sources and accessing information.

Engaging with and extracting information

Organizing, synthesizing, and presenting information

Evaluating the process and product

Awareness, modern citizenship, and informed decision making

Analyzing, questioning, and thinking critically

Evaluating elements

Producing and presenting

Digital citizenship

1st

Arts Education

Integrated Core (Fine Arts, Health, Physical Education, Science, and Social Studies)

Language Arts

Reading Standards for Literature

Reading Standards for Informational Text

Reading Standards: Foundational Skills

Writing Standards

Speaking and Listening Standards

Language Standards

Health and PE

Health Education

Physical Education

World Languages

Interpretive Listening (IL) - I can interpret information, concepts, and ideas from a variety of culturally authentic sources on a variety of topics.

Interpretive Reading (IR) - I can interpret information, concepts, and ideas from a variety of culturally authentic sources on a variety of topics.

Interpersonal Communication (IC) - I can exchange information, concepts, and ideas with a variety of speakers or readers on a variety of topics in a culturally appropriate context.

Presentational Speaking (PS) - I can present information, concepts, and ideas to an audience of listeners or readers on a variety of topics in a culturally appropriate context.

Writing (PW) - I can present information, concepts, and ideas to an audience of listeners or readers on a variety of topics in a culturally appropriate context.

Investigation of Cultural Products and Practices (CPP) - I can use my language skills to investigate the world beyond my immediate environment.

Understanding of Cultural Perspectives (CP) - I can use my language skills to recognize and understand others’ ways of thinking as well as my own.

Participation in Cultural Interaction (CIA) - I can use my language skills and cultural understanding to interact in a cultural context other than my own.

Science

The Processes of Science, Communication of Science, and the Nature of Science: Students will be able to apply scientific processes, communicate scientific ideas effectively, and understand the nature of science.

Earth and Space Science: Students will gain an understanding of Earth and Space Science through the study of earth materials, celestial movement, and weather.

Physical Science: Students will gain an understanding of Physical Science through the study of the forces of motion and the properties of materials.

Life Science: Students will gain an understanding of Life Science through the study of changes in organisms over time and the nature of living things.

Social Studies

Culture: Students will recognize and describe how schools and neighborhoods are both similar and different.

Citizenship: Students will recognize their roles and responsibilities in the school and in the neighborhood.

Geography: Students will use geographic tools to demonstrate how symbols and models are used to represent features of the school, the neighborhood, and the real world.

Financial Literacy: Students will describe the economic choices people make to meet their basic economic needs.

Mathematics

MATHEMATICAL PRACTICES (1.MP)

OPERATIONS AND ALGEBRAIC THINKING (1.OA)

NUMBER AND OPERATIONS IN BASE TEN (1.NBT)

MEASUREMENT AND DATA (1.MD)

GEOMETRY (1.G)

Library Media

Reading for intellectual, personal, and emotional growth

Meaning of text through format and text features

Library purpose and function

Defining an information problem and identifying information needed

Identifying, evaluating, and selecting sources

Locating sources and accessing information.

Engaging with and extracting information

Organizing, synthesizing, and presenting information

Evaluating the process and product

Awareness, modern citizenship, and informed decision making

Analyzing, questioning, and thinking critically

Evaluating elements

Producing and presenting

Digital citizenship

2nd

Arts Education

Integrated Core (Fine Arts, Health, Physical Education, Science, and Social Studies)

Language Arts

Reading Standards for Literature

Reading Standards for Informational Text

Reading Standards: Foundational Skills

Writing Standards

Speaking and Listening Standards

Language Standards

Health and PE

Health Education

Physical Education

World Languages

Interpretive Listening (IL) - I can interpret information, concepts, and ideas from a variety of culturally authentic sources on a variety of topics.

Interpretive Reading (IR) - I can interpret information, concepts, and ideas from a variety of culturally authentic sources on a variety of topics.

Interpersonal Communication (IC) - I can exchange information, concepts, and ideas with a variety of speakers or readers on a variety of topics in a culturally appropriate context.

Presentational Speaking (PS) - I can present information, concepts, and ideas to an audience of listeners or readers on a variety of topics in a culturally appropriate context.

Writing (PW) - I can present information, concepts, and ideas to an audience of listeners or readers on a variety of topics in a culturally appropriate context.

Investigation of Cultural Products and Practices (CPP) - I can use my language skills to investigate the world beyond my immediate environment.

Understanding of Cultural Perspectives (CP) - I can use my language skills to recognize and understand others’ ways of thinking as well as my own.

Participation in Cultural Interaction (CIA) - I can use my language skills and cultural understanding to interact in a cultural context other than my own.

Science

The Processes of Science, Communication of Science, and the Nature of Science: Students will be able to apply scientific processes, communicate scientific ideas effectively, and understand the nature of science.

Earth and Space Science: Students will gain an understanding of Earth and Space Science through the study of earth materials, celestial movement, and weather.

Physical Science: Students will gain an understanding of Physical Science through the study of the forces of motion and the properties of materials.

Life Science: Students will gain an understanding of Life Science through the study of changes in organisms over time and the nature of living things.

Social Studies

Culture: Students will recognize and describe how people within their community, state, and nation are both similar and different.

Citizenship: Students will recognize and practice civic responsibility in the community, state, and nation.

Geography: Students will use geographic tools and skills to locate and describe places on earth.

Financial Literacy: Students will explain how the economy meets human needs through the interaction of producers and consumers.

Mathematics

MATHEMATICAL PRACTICES (2.MP)

OPERATIONS AND ALGEBRAIC THINKING (2.OA)

NUMBER AND OPERATIONS IN BASE TEN (2.NBT)

MEASUREMENT AND DATA (2.MD)

GEOMETRY (2.G)

Library Media

Reading for intellectual, personal, and emotional growth

Meaning of text through format and text features

Library purpose and function

Defining an information problem and identifying information needed

Identifying, evaluating, and selecting sources

Locating sources and accessing information.

Engaging with and extracting information

Organizing, synthesizing, and presenting information

Evaluating the process and product

Awareness, modern citizenship, and informed decision making

Analyzing, questioning, and thinking critically

Evaluating elements

Producing and presenting

Digital citizenship

3rd

Arts Education

Dance

Music

Theater

Visual Arts

Language Arts

Reading Standards for Literature

Reading Standards for Informational Text

Reading Standards: Foundational Skills

Writing Standards

Speaking and Listening Standards

Language Standards

Health and PE

Health Education

Physical Education

World Languages

Interpretive Listening (IL) - I can interpret information, concepts, and ideas from a variety of culturally authentic sources on a variety of topics.

Interpretive Reading (IR) - I can interpret information, concepts, and ideas from a variety of culturally authentic sources on a variety of topics.

Interpersonal Communication (IC) - I can exchange information, concepts, and ideas with a variety of speakers or readers on a variety of topics in a culturally appropriate context.

Presentational Speaking (PS) - I can present information, concepts, and ideas to an audience of listeners or readers on a variety of topics in a culturally appropriate context.

Writing (PW) - I can present information, concepts, and ideas to an audience of listeners or readers on a variety of topics in a culturally appropriate context.

Investigation of Cultural Products and Practices (CPP) - I can use my language skills to investigate the world beyond my immediate environment.

Understanding of Cultural Perspectives (CP) - I can use my language skills to recognize and understand others’ ways of thinking as well as my own.

Participation in Cultural Interaction (CIA) - I can use my language skills and cultural understanding to interact in a cultural context other than my own.

Science

Intended Learning Outcome: Use Science Process and Thinking Skills.

Intended Learning Outcome: Manifest Scientific Attitudes and Interests.

Intended Learning Outcome: Understand Science Concepts and Principles.

Intended Learning Outcome: Communicate Effectively Using Science Language and Reasoning.

Students will understand that the shape of Earth and the moon are spherical and that Earth rotates on its axis to produce the appearance of the sun and moon moving through the sky.

Students will understand that organisms depend on living and nonliving things within their environment.

Students will understand the relationship between the force applied to an object and resulting motion of the object.

Students will understand that objects near Earth are pulled toward Earth by gravity.

Students will understand that the sun is the main source of heat and light for things living on Earth. They will also understand that the motion of rubbing objects together may produce heat.

Social Studies

Community and Culture: Students will understand how geography influences community location and development.

Community and Culture: Students will understand cultural factors that shape a community.

Community and Culture: Students will understand the principles of civic responsibility in classroom, community, and country.

Mathematics

MATHEMATICAL PRACTICES (3.MP)

OPERATIONS AND ALGEBRAIC THINKING (3.OA)

NUMBER AND OPERATIONS IN BASE TEN (3.NBT)

NUMBER AND OPERATIONS—FRACTIONS (3.NF)

MEASUREMENT AND DATA (3.MD)

GEOMETRY (3.G)

Library Media

Reading for intellectual, personal, and emotional growth

Meaning of text through format and text features

Library purpose and function

Defining an information problem and identifying information needed

Identifying, evaluating, and selecting sources

Locating sources and accessing information.

Engaging with and extracting information

Organizing, synthesizing, and presenting information

Evaluating the process and product

Awareness, modern citizenship, and informed decision making

Analyzing, questioning, and thinking critically

Evaluating elements

Producing and presenting

Digital citizenship

Technology Education

Educational Technology – 2030 (3-5) [2000]

4th

Arts Education

Dance

Music

Theater

Visual Arts

Language Arts

Reading Standards for Literature

Reading Standards for Informational Text

Reading Standards: Foundational Skills

Writing Standards

Speaking and Listening Standards

Language Standards

Health and PE

Health Education

Physical Education

World Languages

Interpretive Listening (IL) - I can interpret information, concepts, and ideas from a variety of culturally authentic sources on a variety of topics.

Interpretive Reading (IR) - I can interpret information, concepts, and ideas from a variety of culturally authentic sources on a variety of topics.

Interpersonal Communication (IC) - I can exchange information, concepts, and ideas with a variety of speakers or readers on a variety of topics in a culturally appropriate context.

Presentational Speaking (PS) - I can present information, concepts, and ideas to an audience of listeners or readers on a variety of topics in a culturally appropriate context.

Writing (PW) - I can present information, concepts, and ideas to an audience of listeners or readers on a variety of topics in a culturally appropriate context.

Investigation of Cultural Products and Practices (CPP) - I can use my language skills to investigate the world beyond my immediate environment.

Understanding of Cultural Perspectives (CP) - I can use my language skills to recognize and understand others’ ways of thinking as well as my own.

Participation in Cultural Interaction (CIA) - I can use my language skills and cultural understanding to interact in a cultural context other than my own.

Science

Intended Learning Outcome: Use Science Process and Thinking Skills.

Intended Learning Outcome: Manifest Scientific Attitudes and Interests.

Intended Learning Outcome: Understand Science Concepts and Principles.

Intended Learning Outcome: Communicate Effectively Using Science Language and Reasoning.

Students will understand that water changes state as it moves through the water cycle.

Students will understand that the elements of weather can be observed, measured, and recorded to make predictions and determine simple weather patterns.

Students will understand the basic properties of rocks, the processes involved in the formation of soils, and the needs of plants provided by soil.

Students will understand how fossils are formed, where they may be found in Utah, and how they can be used to make inferences.

Students will understand the physical characteristics of Utah's wetlands, forests, and deserts and identify common organisms for each environment.

Social Studies

Utah Studies: Students will understand the relationship between the physical geography in Utah and human life.

Utah Studies: Students will understand how Utah's history has been shaped by many diverse people, events, and ideas.

Utah Studies: Students will understand the roles of civic life, politics, and government in the lives of Utah citizens.

Mathematics

MATHEMATICAL PRACTICES (4.MP)

OPERATIONS AND ALGEBRAIC THINKING (4.OA)

NUMBER AND OPERATIONS IN BASE TEN (4.NBT)

NUMBER AND OPERATIONS—FRACTIONS (4.NF)

MEASUREMENT AND DATA (4.MD)

GEOMETRY (4.G)

Library Media

Reading for intellectual, personal, and emotional growth

Meaning of text through format and text features

Library purpose and function

Defining an information problem and identifying information needed

Identifying, evaluating, and selecting sources

Locating sources and accessing information.

Engaging with and extracting information

Organizing, synthesizing, and presenting information

Evaluating the process and product

Awareness, modern citizenship, and informed decision making

Analyzing, questioning, and thinking critically

Evaluating elements

Producing and presenting

Digital citizenship

Technology Education

Educational Technology – 2030 (3-5) [2000]

5th

Arts Education

Dance

Music

Theater

Visual Arts

Language Arts

Reading Standards for Literature

Reading Standards for Informational Text

Reading Standards: Foundational Skills

Writing Standards

Speaking and Listening Standards

Language Standards

Health and PE

Health Education

Physical Education

World Languages

Interpretive Listening (IL) - I can interpret information, concepts, and ideas from a variety of culturally authentic sources on a variety of topics.

Interpretive Reading (IR) - I can interpret information, concepts, and ideas from a variety of culturally authentic sources on a variety of topics.

Interpersonal Communication (IC) - I can exchange information, concepts, and ideas with a variety of speakers or readers on a variety of topics in a culturally appropriate context.

Presentational Speaking (PS) - I can present information, concepts, and ideas to an audience of listeners or readers on a variety of topics in a culturally appropriate context.

Writing (PW) - I can present information, concepts, and ideas to an audience of listeners or readers on a variety of topics in a culturally appropriate context.

Investigation of Cultural Products and Practices (CPP) - I can use my language skills to investigate the world beyond my immediate environment.

Understanding of Cultural Perspectives (CP) - I can use my language skills to recognize and understand others’ ways of thinking as well as my own.

Participation in Cultural Interaction (CIA) - I can use my language skills and cultural understanding to interact in a cultural context other than my own.

Science

Intended Learning Outcome: Use Science Process and Thinking Skills.

Intended Learning Outcome: Manifest Scientific Attitudes and Interests.

Intended Learning Outcome: Understand Science Concepts and Principles.

Intended Learning Outcome: Communicate Effectively Using Science Language and Reasoning.

Intended Learning Outcome: Demonstrate Awareness of Social and Historical Aspects of Science.

Intended Learning Outcome: Understand the Nature of Science.

Students will understand that chemical and physical changes occur in matter.

Students will understand that volcanoes, earthquakes, uplift, weathering, and erosion reshape Earth's surface.

Students will understand that magnetism can be observed when there is an interaction between the magnetic fields of magnets or between a magnet and materials made of iron.

Students will understand features of static and current electricity.

Students will understand that traits are passed from the parent organisms to their offspring, and that sometimes the offspring may possess variations of these traits that may help or hinder survival in a given environment.

Social Studies

United States Studies: Students will understand how the exploration and colonization of North America transformed human history.

United States Studies: Students will understand the chronology and significance of key events leading to self-government.

United States Studies: Students will understand the rights and responsibilities guaranteed in the United States Constitution and Bill of Rights.

United States Studies: Students will understand that the 19th century was a time of incredible change for the United States, including geographic expansion, constitutional crisis, and economic growth.

United States Studies: Students will address the causes, consequences and implications of the emergence of the United States as a world power.

Mathematics

MATHEMATICAL PRACTICES (5.MP)

OPERATIONS AND ALGEBRAIC THINKING (5.OA)

NUMBER AND OPERATIONS IN BASE TEN (5.NBT)

NUMBER AND OPERATIONS—FRACTIONS (5.NF)

MEASUREMENT AND DATA (5.MD)

GEOMETRY (5.G)

Library Media

Reading for intellectual, personal, and emotional growth

Meaning of text through format and text features

Library purpose and function

Defining an information problem and identifying information needed

Identifying, evaluating, and selecting sources

Locating sources and accessing information.

Engaging with and extracting information

Organizing, synthesizing, and presenting information

Evaluating the process and product

Awareness, modern citizenship, and informed decision making

Analyzing, questioning, and thinking critically

Evaluating elements

Producing and presenting

Digital citizenship

Technology Education

Educational Technology – 2030 (3-5) [2000]

6th

Arts Education

Dance

Music

Theater

Visual Arts

Language Arts

Reading Standards for Literature

Reading Standards for Informational Text

Writing Standards

Speaking and Listening Standards

Language Standards

Health and PE

Health Education

Physical Education

World Languages

Interpretive Listening (IL) - I can interpret information, concepts, and ideas from a variety of culturally authentic sources on a variety of topics.

Interpretive Reading (IR) - I can interpret information, concepts, and ideas from a variety of culturally authentic sources on a variety of topics.

Interpersonal Communication (IC) - I can exchange information, concepts, and ideas with a variety of speakers or readers on a variety of topics in a culturally appropriate context.

Presentational Speaking (PS) - I can present information, concepts, and ideas to an audience of listeners or readers on a variety of topics in a culturally appropriate context.

Writing (PW) - I can present information, concepts, and ideas to an audience of listeners or readers on a variety of topics in a culturally appropriate context.

Investigation of Cultural Products and Practices (CPP) - I can use my language skills to investigate the world beyond my immediate environment.

Understanding of Cultural Perspectives (CP) - I can use my language skills to recognize and understand others’ ways of thinking as well as my own.

Participation in Cultural Interaction (CIA) - I can use my language skills and cultural understanding to interact in a cultural context other than my own.

Science

Sixth Grade Science Core Curriculum

Science with Engineering Education (SEEd)

Reading Standards for Literacy in Science and Technical Subjects

Writing Standards for Literacy in Science and Technical Subjects

Social Studies

World Studies: Students will understand how ancient civilizations developed and how they contributed to the current state of the world.

World Studies: Students will understand the transformation of cultures during the Middle Ages and the Renaissance and the impact of this transformation on modern times.

World Studies: Students will understand how revolutions have had an impact on the modern world.

World Studies: Students will understand current global issues and their rights and responsibilities in the interconnected world.

Reading Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies

Writing Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies

Mathematics

MATHEMATICAL PRACTICES (6.MP)

RATIOS AND PROPORTIONAL RELATIONSHIPS (6.RP)

THE NUMBER SYSTEM (6.NS)

EXPRESSIONS AND EQUATIONS (6.EE)

GEOMETRY (6.G)

STATISTICS AND PROBABILITY (6.SP)

Library Media

Reading Engagement

Information and Research

Media Engagement

Technology Education

Educational Technology – 2060 (6-8) [2000]

7th

Arts Education

Dance IA (02020000010)

Dance IB (02020000011)

Dance IIA (02020000020)

Dance IIB (02020000021)

Dance IIIA (02020000024)

Dance IIIB (02020000025)

Dance Company (02020000028)

Band I (02040100001)

Band II (02040100010)

Band III (02040100020)

Chorus I (02040200001)

Chorus II (02040200010)

Chorus III (02040200020)

Guitar/Piano (02040300040)

Music Aesthetics (02040000020)

Composition (02040000040)

Music Connections (02040000010)

Orchestra I (02040300001)

Orchestra II (02040300010)

Orchestra III (02040300020)

Foundations I (02030000001)

Foundations II (02030000002)

Foundations III (02030000010)

Foundations IV (02030000020)

Art History (02010000020)

Ceramics (02010000030)

Commercial Art & Electronic Media III (02010000042)

Drawing (020100000045)

Film Making (02010000052)

Art Foundations I (02010000060)

Art Foundations II (02010000061)

Jewelry (02010000090)

Painting (02010000100)

Photography (02010000110)

Printmaking (02010000120)

Sculpture (02010000130)

3-D Design/Fine Crafts (02010000070)

Language Arts

Reading Standards for Literature

Reading Standards for Informational Text

Writing Standards

Speaking and Listening Standards

Language Standards

Health and PE

Health Education I (7th or 8th Grade)

Physical Education

World Languages

Interpretive Listening (IL) - I can interpret information, concepts, and ideas from a variety of culturally authentic sources on a variety of topics.

Interpretive Reading (IR) - I can interpret information, concepts, and ideas from a variety of culturally authentic sources on a variety of topics.

Interpersonal Communication (IC) - I can exchange information, concepts, and ideas with a variety of speakers or readers on a variety of topics in a culturally appropriate context.

Presentational Speaking (PS) - I can present information, concepts, and ideas to an audience of listeners or readers on a variety of topics in a culturally appropriate context.

Writing (PW) - I can present information, concepts, and ideas to an audience of listeners or readers on a variety of topics in a culturally appropriate context.

Investigation of Cultural Products and Practices (CPP) - I can use my language skills to investigate the world beyond my immediate environment.

Understanding of Cultural Perspectives (CP) - I can use my language skills to recognize and understand others’ ways of thinking as well as my own.

Participation in Cultural Interaction (CIA) - I can use my language skills and cultural understanding to interact in a cultural context other than my own.

Science

Seventh Grade Science Core Curriculum

Science with Engineering Education (SEEd)

Reading Standards for Literacy in Science and Technical Subjects

Writing Standards for Literacy in Science and Technical Subjects

Social Studies

UTAH STUDIES

UNITED STATES HISTORY I

WORLD GEOGRAPHY

WORLD HISTORY

UNITED STATES HISTORY II

UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT AND CITIZENSHIP

Reading Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies

Writing Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies

Mathematics

MATHEMATICAL PRACTICES (7.MP)

RATIOS AND PROPORTIONAL RELATIONSHIPS (7.RP)

THE NUMBER SYSTEM (7.NS)

EXPRESSIONS AND EQUATIONS (7.EE)

GEOMETRY (7.G)

STATISTICS AND PROBABILITY (7.SP)

Library Media

Reading Engagement

Information and Research

Media Engagement

Technology Education

Educational Technology – 2060 (6-8) [2000]

8th

Arts Education

Dance IA (02020000010)

Dance IB (02020000011)

Dance IIA (02020000020)

Dance IIB (02020000021)

Dance IIIA (02020000024)

Dance IIIB (02020000025)

Dance Company (02020000028)

Band I (02040100001)

Band II (02040100010)

Band III (02040100020)

Chorus I (02040200001)

Chorus II (02040200010)

Chorus III (02040200020)

Guitar/Piano (02040300040)

Music Aesthetics (02040000020)

Composition (02040000040)

Music Connections (02040000010)

Orchestra I (02040300001)

Orchestra II (02040300010)

Orchestra III (02040300020)

Foundations I (02030000001)

Foundations II (02030000002)

Foundations III (02030000010)

Foundations IV (02030000020)

Art History (02010000020)

Ceramics (02010000030)

Commercial Art & Electronic Media III (02010000042)

Drawing (020100000045)

Film Making (02010000052)

Art Foundations I (02010000060)

Art Foundations II (02010000061)

Jewelry (02010000090)

Painting (02010000100)

Photography (02010000110)

Printmaking (02010000120)

Sculpture (02010000130)

3-D Design/Fine Crafts (02010000070)

Language Arts

Reading Standards for Literature

Reading Standards for Informational Text

Writing Standards

Speaking and Listening Standards

Language Standards

Health and PE

Health Education I (7th or 8th Grade)

Physical Education

World Languages

Interpretive Listening (IL) - I can interpret information, concepts, and ideas from a variety of culturally authentic sources on a variety of topics.

Interpretive Reading (IR) - I can interpret information, concepts, and ideas from a variety of culturally authentic sources on a variety of topics.

Interpersonal Communication (IC) - I can exchange information, concepts, and ideas with a variety of speakers or readers on a variety of topics in a culturally appropriate context.

Presentational Speaking (PS) - I can present information, concepts, and ideas to an audience of listeners or readers on a variety of topics in a culturally appropriate context.

Writing (PW) - I can present information, concepts, and ideas to an audience of listeners or readers on a variety of topics in a culturally appropriate context.

Investigation of Cultural Products and Practices (CPP) - I can use my language skills to investigate the world beyond my immediate environment.

Understanding of Cultural Perspectives (CP) - I can use my language skills to recognize and understand others’ ways of thinking as well as my own.

Participation in Cultural Interaction (CIA) - I can use my language skills and cultural understanding to interact in a cultural context other than my own.

Science

Eighth Grade Science Core Curriculum

Science with Engineering Education (SEEd)

Reading Standards for Literacy in Science and Technical Subjects

Writing Standards for Literacy in Science and Technical Subjects

Social Studies

UTAH STUDIES

UNITED STATES HISTORY I

WORLD GEOGRAPHY

WORLD HISTORY

UNITED STATES HISTORY II

UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT AND CITIZENSHIP

Reading Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies

Writing Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies

Mathematics

MATHEMATICAL PRACTICES (8.MP)

NUMBER SYSTEM (8.NS)

EXPRESSIONS AND EQUATIONS (8.EE)

FUNCTIONS (8.F)

GEOMETRY (8.G)

STATISTICS AND PROBABILITY (8.SP)

Library Media

Reading Engagement

Information and Research

Media Engagement

Technology Education

Educational Technology – 2060 (6-8) [2000]

9th

Arts Education

Dance IA (02020000010)

Dance IB (02020000011)

Dance IIA (02020000020)

Dance IIB (02020000021)

Dance IIIA (02020000024)

Dance IIIB (02020000025)

Dance Company (02020000028)

Band I (02040100001)

Band II (02040100010)

Band III (02040100020)

Chorus I (02040200001)

Chorus II (02040200010)

Chorus III (02040200020)

Guitar/Piano (02040300040)

Music Aesthetics (02040000020)

Composition (02040000040)

Music Connections (02040000010)

Orchestra I (02040300001)

Orchestra II (02040300010)

Orchestra III (02040300020)

Foundations I (02030000001)

Foundations II (02030000002)

Foundations III (02030000010)

Foundations IV (02030000020)

Art History (02010000020)

Ceramics (02010000030)

Commercial Art & Electronic Media III (02010000042)

Drawing (020100000045)

Film Making (02010000052)

Art Foundations I (02010000060)

Art Foundations II (02010000061)

Jewelry (02010000090)

Painting (02010000100)

Photography (02010000110)

Printmaking (02010000120)

Sculpture (02010000130)

3-D Design/Fine Crafts (02010000070)

Language Arts

Reading Standards for Literature

Reading Standards for Informational Text

Writing Standards

Speaking and Listening Standards

Language Standards

Health and PE

Health Education II (9th or 10th Grade)

Physical Education

World Languages

Interpretive Listening (IL) - I can interpret information, concepts, and ideas from a variety of culturally authentic sources on a variety of topics.

Interpretive Reading (IR) - I can interpret information, concepts, and ideas from a variety of culturally authentic sources on a variety of topics.

Interpersonal Communication (IC) - I can exchange information, concepts, and ideas with a variety of speakers or readers on a variety of topics in a culturally appropriate context.

Presentational Speaking (PS) - I can present information, concepts, and ideas to an audience of listeners or readers on a variety of topics in a culturally appropriate context.

Writing (PW) - I can present information, concepts, and ideas to an audience of listeners or readers on a variety of topics in a culturally appropriate context.

Investigation of Cultural Products and Practices (CPP) - I can use my language skills to investigate the world beyond my immediate environment.

Understanding of Cultural Perspectives (CP) - I can use my language skills to recognize and understand others’ ways of thinking as well as my own.

Participation in Cultural Interaction (CIA) - I can use my language skills and cultural understanding to interact in a cultural context other than my own.

Science

Biology: Intended Learning Outcome: Use Science Process and Thinking Skills.

Biology: Intended Learning Outcome: Manifest Scientific Attitudes and Interests.

Biology: Intended Learning Outcome: Demonstrate Understanding of Science Concepts, Principles and Systems.

Biology: Intended Learning Outcome: Communicate Effectively Using Science Language and Reasoning.

Biology: Intended Learning Outcome: Demonstrate Awareness of Social and Historical Aspects of Science.

Biology: Intended Learning Outcome: Demonstrate Understanding of the Nature of Science.

Biology: Students will understand that living organisms interact with one another and their environment.

Biology: Students will understand that all organisms are composed of one or more cells that are made of molecules, come from preexisting cells, and perform life functions.

Biology: Students will understand the relationship between structure and function of organs and organ systems.

Biology: Students will understand that genetic information coded in DNA is passed from parents to offspring by sexual and asexual reproduction. The basic structure of DNA is the same in all living things. Changes in DNA may alter genetic expression.

Biology: Students will understand that biological diversity is a result of evolutionary processes.

Chemistry: Intended Learning Outcome: Use Science Process and Thinking Skills.

Chemistry: Intended Learning Outcome: Manifest Scientific Attitudes and Interests.

Chemistry: Intended Learning Outcome: Demonstrate Understanding of Science Concepts, Principles and Systems.

Chemistry: Intended Learning Outcome: Communicate Effectively Using Science Language and Reasoning.

Chemistry: Intended Learning Outcome: Demonstrate Awareness of Social and Historical Aspects of Science.

Chemistry: Intended Learning Outcome: Demonstrate Understanding of the Nature of Science.

Chemistry: Students will understand that all matter in the universe has a common origin and is made of atoms, which have structure and can be systematically arranged on the periodic table.

Chemistry: Students will understand the relationship between energy changes in the atom specific to the movement of electrons between energy levels in an atom resulting in the emission or absorption of quantum energy. They will also understand that the emission of high-energy particles results from nuclear changes and that matter can be converted to energy during nuclear reactions.

Chemistry: Students will understand chemical bonding and the relationship of the type of bonding to the chemical and physical properties of substances.

Chemistry: Students will understand that in chemical reactions matter and energy change forms, but the amounts of matter and energy do not change.

Chemistry: Students will understand that many factors influence chemical reactions and some reactions can achieve a state of dynamic equilibrium.

Chemistry: Students will understand the properties that describe solutions in terms of concentration, solutes, solvents, and the behavior of acids and bases.

Earth Systems Science: Intended Learning Outcome: Use Science Process and Thinking Skills.

Earth Systems Science: Intended Learning Outcome: Manifest Scientific Attitudes and Interests.

Earth Systems Science: Intended Learning Outcome: Demonstrate Understanding of Science Concepts, Principles and Systems.

Earth Systems Science: Intended Learning Outcome: Communicate Effectively Using Science Language and Reasoning.

Earth Systems Science: Intended Learning Outcome: Demonstrate Awareness of Social and Historical Aspects of Science.

Earth Systems Science: Intended Learning Outcome: Demonstrate Understanding of the Nature of Science.

Earth Systems Science: Students will understand the scientific evidence that supports theories that explain how the universe and solar system developed.

Earth Systems Science: Students will understand that the features of Earth's evolving environment affect living systems, and that life on Earth is unique in the solar system.

Earth Systems Science: Students will understand that gravity, density, and convection move Earth's plates and this movement causes the plates to impact other Earth systems.

Earth Systems Science: Students will understand that water cycles through and between reservoirs in the hydrosphere and affects the other spheres of the Earth system.

Earth Systems Science: Students will understand that Earth's atmosphere interacts with and is altered by the lithosphere, hydrosphere, and biosphere.

Earth Systems Science: Students will understand the source and distribution of energy on Earth and its effects on Earth systems.

Physics: Intended Learning Outcome: Use Science Process and Thinking Skills.

Physics: Intended Learning Outcome: Manifest Scientific Attitudes and Interests.

Physics: Intended Learning Outcome: Demonstrate Understanding of Science Concepts, Principles and Systems.

Physics: Intended Learning Outcome: Communicate Effectively Using Science Language and Reasoning.

Physics: Intended Learning Outcome: Demonstrate Awareness of Social and Historical Aspects of Science.

Physics: Intended Learning Outcome: Demonstrate Understanding of the Nature of Science.

Physics: Students will understand how to measure, calculate, and describe the motion of an object in terms of position, time, velocity, and acceleration.

Physics: Students will understand the relation between force, mass, and acceleration.

Physics: Students will understand the factors determining the strength of gravitational and electric forces.

Physics: Students will understand transfer and conservation of energy.

Physics: Students will understand the properties and applications of waves.

Reading Standards for Literacy in Science and Technical Subjects

Writing Standards for Literacy in Science and Technical Subjects

Social Studies

UTAH STUDIES

UNITED STATES HISTORY I

WORLD GEOGRAPHY

WORLD HISTORY

UNITED STATES HISTORY II

UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT AND CITIZENSHIP

Reading Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies

Writing Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies

Mathematics

SECONDARY MATHEMATICS I

SECONDARY MATHEMATICS I-HONORS

SECONDARY MATHEMATICS II

SECONDARY MATHEMATICS II-HONORS

SECONDARY MATHEMATICS III

SECONDARY MATHEMATICS III - HONORS STANDARDS

PRECALCULUS

Library Media

Reading Engagement

Information and Research

Media Engagement

Technology Education

Educational Technology – 2120 (9-12) [2000]

10th

Arts Education

Dance IA (02020000010)

Dance IB (02020000011)

Dance IIA (02020000020)

Dance IIB (02020000021)

Dance IIIA (02020000024)

Dance IIIB (02020000025)

Dance Company (02020000028)

Band I (02040100001)

Band II (02040100010)

Band III (02040100020)

Chorus I (02040200001)

Chorus II (02040200010)

Chorus III (02040200020)

Guitar/Piano (02040300040)

Music Aesthetics (02040000020)

Composition (02040000040)

Music Connections (02040000010)

Orchestra I (02040300001)

Orchestra II (02040300010)

Orchestra III (02040300020)

Foundations I (02030000001)

Foundations II (02030000002)

Foundations III (02030000010)

Foundations IV (02030000020)

Art History (02010000020)

Ceramics (02010000030)

Commercial Art & Electronic Media III (02010000042)

Drawing (020100000045)

Film Making (02010000052)

Art Foundations I (02010000060)

Art Foundations II (02010000061)

Jewelry (02010000090)

Painting (02010000100)

Photography (02010000110)

Printmaking (02010000120)

Sculpture (02010000130)

3-D Design/Fine Crafts (02010000070)

Language Arts

Reading Standards for Literature

Reading Standards for Informational Text

Writing Standards

Speaking and Listening Standards

Language Standards

Health and PE

Health Education II (9th or 10th Grade)

Physical Education

World Languages

Interpretive Listening (IL) - I can interpret information, concepts, and ideas from a variety of culturally authentic sources on a variety of topics.

Interpretive Reading (IR) - I can interpret information, concepts, and ideas from a variety of culturally authentic sources on a variety of topics.

Interpersonal Communication (IC) - I can exchange information, concepts, and ideas with a variety of speakers or readers on a variety of topics in a culturally appropriate context.

Presentational Speaking (PS) - I can present information, concepts, and ideas to an audience of listeners or readers on a variety of topics in a culturally appropriate context.

Writing (PW) - I can present information, concepts, and ideas to an audience of listeners or readers on a variety of topics in a culturally appropriate context.

Investigation of Cultural Products and Practices (CPP) - I can use my language skills to investigate the world beyond my immediate environment.

Understanding of Cultural Perspectives (CP) - I can use my language skills to recognize and understand others’ ways of thinking as well as my own.

Participation in Cultural Interaction (CIA) - I can use my language skills and cultural understanding to interact in a cultural context other than my own.

Science

Biology: Intended Learning Outcome: Use Science Process and Thinking Skills.

Biology: Intended Learning Outcome: Manifest Scientific Attitudes and Interests.

Biology: Intended Learning Outcome: Demonstrate Understanding of Science Concepts, Principles and Systems.

Biology: Intended Learning Outcome: Communicate Effectively Using Science Language and Reasoning.

Biology: Intended Learning Outcome: Demonstrate Awareness of Social and Historical Aspects of Science.

Biology: Intended Learning Outcome: Demonstrate Understanding of the Nature of Science.

Biology: Students will understand that living organisms interact with one another and their environment.

Biology: Students will understand that all organisms are composed of one or more cells that are made of molecules, come from preexisting cells, and perform life functions.

Biology: Students will understand the relationship between structure and function of organs and organ systems.

Biology: Students will understand that genetic information coded in DNA is passed from parents to offspring by sexual and asexual reproduction. The basic structure of DNA is the same in all living things. Changes in DNA may alter genetic expression.

Biology: Students will understand that biological diversity is a result of evolutionary processes.

Chemistry: Intended Learning Outcome: Use Science Process and Thinking Skills.

Chemistry: Intended Learning Outcome: Manifest Scientific Attitudes and Interests.

Chemistry: Intended Learning Outcome: Demonstrate Understanding of Science Concepts, Principles and Systems.

Chemistry: Intended Learning Outcome: Communicate Effectively Using Science Language and Reasoning.

Chemistry: Intended Learning Outcome: Demonstrate Awareness of Social and Historical Aspects of Science.

Chemistry: Intended Learning Outcome: Demonstrate Understanding of the Nature of Science.

Chemistry: Students will understand that all matter in the universe has a common origin and is made of atoms, which have structure and can be systematically arranged on the periodic table.

Chemistry: Students will understand the relationship between energy changes in the atom specific to the movement of electrons between energy levels in an atom resulting in the emission or absorption of quantum energy. They will also understand that the emission of high-energy particles results from nuclear changes and that matter can be converted to energy during nuclear reactions.

Chemistry: Students will understand chemical bonding and the relationship of the type of bonding to the chemical and physical properties of substances.

Chemistry: Students will understand that in chemical reactions matter and energy change forms, but the amounts of matter and energy do not change.

Chemistry: Students will understand that many factors influence chemical reactions and some reactions can achieve a state of dynamic equilibrium.

Chemistry: Students will understand the properties that describe solutions in terms of concentration, solutes, solvents, and the behavior of acids and bases.

Earth Systems Science: Intended Learning Outcome: Use Science Process and Thinking Skills.

Earth Systems Science: Intended Learning Outcome: Manifest Scientific Attitudes and Interests.

Earth Systems Science: Intended Learning Outcome: Demonstrate Understanding of Science Concepts, Principles and Systems.

Earth Systems Science: Intended Learning Outcome: Communicate Effectively Using Science Language and Reasoning.

Earth Systems Science: Intended Learning Outcome: Demonstrate Awareness of Social and Historical Aspects of Science.

Earth Systems Science: Intended Learning Outcome: Demonstrate Understanding of the Nature of Science.

Earth Systems Science: Students will understand the scientific evidence that supports theories that explain how the universe and solar system developed.

Earth Systems Science: Students will understand that the features of Earth's evolving environment affect living systems, and that life on Earth is unique in the solar system.

Earth Systems Science: Students will understand that gravity, density, and convection move Earth's plates and this movement causes the plates to impact other Earth systems.

Earth Systems Science: Students will understand that water cycles through and between reservoirs in the hydrosphere and affects the other spheres of the Earth system.

Earth Systems Science: Students will understand that Earth's atmosphere interacts with and is altered by the lithosphere, hydrosphere, and biosphere.

Earth Systems Science: Students will understand the source and distribution of energy on Earth and its effects on Earth systems.

Physics: Intended Learning Outcome: Use Science Process and Thinking Skills.

Physics: Intended Learning Outcome: Manifest Scientific Attitudes and Interests.

Physics: Intended Learning Outcome: Demonstrate Understanding of Science Concepts, Principles and Systems.

Physics: Intended Learning Outcome: Communicate Effectively Using Science Language and Reasoning.

Physics: Intended Learning Outcome: Demonstrate Awareness of Social and Historical Aspects of Science.

Physics: Intended Learning Outcome: Demonstrate Understanding of the Nature of Science.

Physics: Students will understand how to measure, calculate, and describe the motion of an object in terms of position, time, velocity, and acceleration.

Physics: Students will understand the relation between force, mass, and acceleration.

Physics: Students will understand the factors determining the strength of gravitational and electric forces.

Physics: Students will understand transfer and conservation of energy.

Physics: Students will understand the properties and applications of waves.

Reading Standards for Literacy in Science and Technical Subjects

Writing Standards for Literacy in Science and Technical Subjects

Social Studies

UTAH STUDIES

UNITED STATES HISTORY I

WORLD GEOGRAPHY

WORLD HISTORY

UNITED STATES HISTORY II

UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT AND CITIZENSHIP

Reading Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies

Writing Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies

Mathematics

SECONDARY MATHEMATICS I

SECONDARY MATHEMATICS I-HONORS

SECONDARY MATHEMATICS II

SECONDARY MATHEMATICS II-HONORS

SECONDARY MATHEMATICS III

SECONDARY MATHEMATICS III - HONORS STANDARDS

PRECALCULUS

Library Media

Reading Engagement

Information and Research

Media Engagement

Technology Education

Educational Technology – 2120 (9-12) [2000]

11th

Arts Education

Dance IA (02020000010)

Dance IB (02020000011)

Dance IIA (02020000020)

Dance IIB (02020000021)

Dance IIIA (02020000024)

Dance IIIB (02020000025)

Dance Company (02020000028)

Band I (02040100001)

Band II (02040100010)

Band III (02040100020)

Chorus I (02040200001)

Chorus II (02040200010)

Chorus III (02040200020)

Guitar/Piano (02040300040)

Music Aesthetics (02040000020)

Composition (02040000040)

Music Connections (02040000010)

Orchestra I (02040300001)

Orchestra II (02040300010)

Orchestra III (02040300020)

Foundations I (02030000001)

Foundations II (02030000002)

Foundations III (02030000010)

Foundations IV (02030000020)

Art History (02010000020)

Ceramics (02010000030)

Commercial Art & Electronic Media III (02010000042)

Drawing (020100000045)

Film Making (02010000052)

Art Foundations I (02010000060)

Art Foundations II (02010000061)

Jewelry (02010000090)

Painting (02010000100)

Photography (02010000110)

Printmaking (02010000120)

Sculpture (02010000130)

3-D Design/Fine Crafts (02010000070)

Language Arts

Reading Standards for Literature

Reading Standards for Informational Text

Writing Standards

Speaking and Listening Standards

Language Standards

Health and PE

Health Education II (9th or 10th Grade)

Physical Education

World Languages

Interpretive Listening (IL) - I can interpret information, concepts, and ideas from a variety of culturally authentic sources on a variety of topics.

Interpretive Reading (IR) - I can interpret information, concepts, and ideas from a variety of culturally authentic sources on a variety of topics.

Interpersonal Communication (IC) - I can exchange information, concepts, and ideas with a variety of speakers or readers on a variety of topics in a culturally appropriate context.

Presentational Speaking (PS) - I can present information, concepts, and ideas to an audience of listeners or readers on a variety of topics in a culturally appropriate context.

Writing (PW) - I can present information, concepts, and ideas to an audience of listeners or readers on a variety of topics in a culturally appropriate context.

Investigation of Cultural Products and Practices (CPP) - I can use my language skills to investigate the world beyond my immediate environment.

Understanding of Cultural Perspectives (CP) - I can use my language skills to recognize and understand others’ ways of thinking as well as my own.

Participation in Cultural Interaction (CIA) - I can use my language skills and cultural understanding to interact in a cultural context other than my own.

Science

Biology: Intended Learning Outcome: Use Science Process and Thinking Skills.

Biology: Intended Learning Outcome: Manifest Scientific Attitudes and Interests.

Biology: Intended Learning Outcome: Demonstrate Understanding of Science Concepts, Principles and Systems.

Biology: Intended Learning Outcome: Communicate Effectively Using Science Language and Reasoning.

Biology: Intended Learning Outcome: Demonstrate Awareness of Social and Historical Aspects of Science.

Biology: Intended Learning Outcome: Demonstrate Understanding of the Nature of Science.

Biology: Students will understand that living organisms interact with one another and their environment.

Biology: Students will understand that all organisms are composed of one or more cells that are made of molecules, come from preexisting cells, and perform life functions.

Biology: Students will understand the relationship between structure and function of organs and organ systems.

Biology: Students will understand that genetic information coded in DNA is passed from parents to offspring by sexual and asexual reproduction. The basic structure of DNA is the same in all living things. Changes in DNA may alter genetic expression.

Biology: Students will understand that biological diversity is a result of evolutionary processes.

Chemistry: Intended Learning Outcome: Use Science Process and Thinking Skills.

Chemistry: Intended Learning Outcome: Manifest Scientific Attitudes and Interests.

Chemistry: Intended Learning Outcome: Demonstrate Understanding of Science Concepts, Principles and Systems.

Chemistry: Intended Learning Outcome: Communicate Effectively Using Science Language and Reasoning.

Chemistry: Intended Learning Outcome: Demonstrate Awareness of Social and Historical Aspects of Science.

Chemistry: Intended Learning Outcome: Demonstrate Understanding of the Nature of Science.

Chemistry: Students will understand that all matter in the universe has a common origin and is made of atoms, which have structure and can be systematically arranged on the periodic table.

Chemistry: Students will understand the relationship between energy changes in the atom specific to the movement of electrons between energy levels in an atom resulting in the emission or absorption of quantum energy. They will also understand that the emission of high-energy particles results from nuclear changes and that matter can be converted to energy during nuclear reactions.

Chemistry: Students will understand chemical bonding and the relationship of the type of bonding to the chemical and physical properties of substances.

Chemistry: Students will understand that in chemical reactions matter and energy change forms, but the amounts of matter and energy do not change.

Chemistry: Students will understand that many factors influence chemical reactions and some reactions can achieve a state of dynamic equilibrium.

Chemistry: Students will understand the properties that describe solutions in terms of concentration, solutes, solvents, and the behavior of acids and bases.

Earth Systems Science: Intended Learning Outcome: Use Science Process and Thinking Skills.

Earth Systems Science: Intended Learning Outcome: Manifest Scientific Attitudes and Interests.

Earth Systems Science: Intended Learning Outcome: Demonstrate Understanding of Science Concepts, Principles and Systems.

Earth Systems Science: Intended Learning Outcome: Communicate Effectively Using Science Language and Reasoning.

Earth Systems Science: Intended Learning Outcome: Demonstrate Awareness of Social and Historical Aspects of Science.

Earth Systems Science: Intended Learning Outcome: Demonstrate Understanding of the Nature of Science.

Earth Systems Science: Students will understand the scientific evidence that supports theories that explain how the universe and solar system developed.

Earth Systems Science: Students will understand that the features of Earth's evolving environment affect living systems, and that life on Earth is unique in the solar system.

Earth Systems Science: Students will understand that gravity, density, and convection move Earth's plates and this movement causes the plates to impact other Earth systems.

Earth Systems Science: Students will understand that water cycles through and between reservoirs in the hydrosphere and affects the other spheres of the Earth system.

Earth Systems Science: Students will understand that Earth's atmosphere interacts with and is altered by the lithosphere, hydrosphere, and biosphere.

Earth Systems Science: Students will understand the source and distribution of energy on Earth and its effects on Earth systems.

Physics: Intended Learning Outcome: Use Science Process and Thinking Skills.

Physics: Intended Learning Outcome: Manifest Scientific Attitudes and Interests.

Physics: Intended Learning Outcome: Demonstrate Understanding of Science Concepts, Principles and Systems.

Physics: Intended Learning Outcome: Communicate Effectively Using Science Language and Reasoning.

Physics: Intended Learning Outcome: Demonstrate Awareness of Social and Historical Aspects of Science.

Physics: Intended Learning Outcome: Demonstrate Understanding of the Nature of Science.

Physics: Students will understand how to measure, calculate, and describe the motion of an object in terms of position, time, velocity, and acceleration.

Physics: Students will understand the relation between force, mass, and acceleration.

Physics: Students will understand the factors determining the strength of gravitational and electric forces.

Physics: Students will understand transfer and conservation of energy.

Physics: Students will understand the properties and applications of waves.

Reading Standards for Literacy in Science and Technical Subjects

Writing Standards for Literacy in Science and Technical Subjects

Social Studies

UTAH STUDIES

UNITED STATES HISTORY I

WORLD GEOGRAPHY

WORLD HISTORY

UNITED STATES HISTORY II

UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT AND CITIZENSHIP

Reading Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies

Writing Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies

Mathematics

SECONDARY MATHEMATICS I

SECONDARY MATHEMATICS I-HONORS

SECONDARY MATHEMATICS II

SECONDARY MATHEMATICS II-HONORS

SECONDARY MATHEMATICS III

SECONDARY MATHEMATICS III - HONORS STANDARDS

PRECALCULUS

Library Media

Reading Engagement

Information and Research

Media Engagement

Technology Education

Educational Technology – 2120 (9-12) [2000]

12th

Arts Education

Dance IA (02020000010)

Dance IB (02020000011)

Dance IIA (02020000020)

Dance IIB (02020000021)

Dance IIIA (02020000024)

Dance IIIB (02020000025)

Dance Company (02020000028)

Band I (02040100001)

Band II (02040100010)

Band III (02040100020)

Chorus I (02040200001)

Chorus II (02040200010)

Chorus III (02040200020)

Guitar/Piano (02040300040)

Music Aesthetics (02040000020)

Composition (02040000040)

Music Connections (02040000010)

Orchestra I (02040300001)

Orchestra II (02040300010)

Orchestra III (02040300020)

Foundations I (02030000001)

Foundations II (02030000002)

Foundations III (02030000010)

Foundations IV (02030000020)

Art History (02010000020)

Ceramics (02010000030)

Commercial Art & Electronic Media III (02010000042)

Drawing (020100000045)

Film Making (02010000052)

Art Foundations I (02010000060)

Art Foundations II (02010000061)

Jewelry (02010000090)

Painting (02010000100)

Photography (02010000110)

Printmaking (02010000120)

Sculpture (02010000130)

3-D Design/Fine Crafts (02010000070)

Language Arts

Reading Standards for Literature

Reading Standards for Informational Text

Writing Standards

Speaking and Listening Standards

Language Standards

Health and PE

Health Education II (9th or 10th Grade)

Physical Education

World Languages

Interpretive Listening (IL) - I can interpret information, concepts, and ideas from a variety of culturally authentic sources on a variety of topics.

Interpretive Reading (IR) - I can interpret information, concepts, and ideas from a variety of culturally authentic sources on a variety of topics.

Interpersonal Communication (IC) - I can exchange information, concepts, and ideas with a variety of speakers or readers on a variety of topics in a culturally appropriate context.

Presentational Speaking (PS) - I can present information, concepts, and ideas to an audience of listeners or readers on a variety of topics in a culturally appropriate context.

Writing (PW) - I can present information, concepts, and ideas to an audience of listeners or readers on a variety of topics in a culturally appropriate context.

Investigation of Cultural Products and Practices (CPP) - I can use my language skills to investigate the world beyond my immediate environment.

Understanding of Cultural Perspectives (CP) - I can use my language skills to recognize and understand others’ ways of thinking as well as my own.

Participation in Cultural Interaction (CIA) - I can use my language skills and cultural understanding to interact in a cultural context other than my own.

Science

Biology: Intended Learning Outcome: Use Science Process and Thinking Skills.

Biology: Intended Learning Outcome: Manifest Scientific Attitudes and Interests.

Biology: Intended Learning Outcome: Demonstrate Understanding of Science Concepts, Principles and Systems.

Biology: Intended Learning Outcome: Communicate Effectively Using Science Language and Reasoning.

Biology: Intended Learning Outcome: Demonstrate Awareness of Social and Historical Aspects of Science.

Biology: Intended Learning Outcome: Demonstrate Understanding of the Nature of Science.

Biology: Students will understand that living organisms interact with one another and their environment.

Biology: Students will understand that all organisms are composed of one or more cells that are made of molecules, come from preexisting cells, and perform life functions.

Biology: Students will understand the relationship between structure and function of organs and organ systems.

Biology: Students will understand that genetic information coded in DNA is passed from parents to offspring by sexual and asexual reproduction. The basic structure of DNA is the same in all living things. Changes in DNA may alter genetic expression.

Biology: Students will understand that biological diversity is a result of evolutionary processes.

Chemistry: Intended Learning Outcome: Use Science Process and Thinking Skills.

Chemistry: Intended Learning Outcome: Manifest Scientific Attitudes and Interests.

Chemistry: Intended Learning Outcome: Demonstrate Understanding of Science Concepts, Principles and Systems.

Chemistry: Intended Learning Outcome: Communicate Effectively Using Science Language and Reasoning.

Chemistry: Intended Learning Outcome: Demonstrate Awareness of Social and Historical Aspects of Science.

Chemistry: Intended Learning Outcome: Demonstrate Understanding of the Nature of Science.

Chemistry: Students will understand that all matter in the universe has a common origin and is made of atoms, which have structure and can be systematically arranged on the periodic table.

Chemistry: Students will understand the relationship between energy changes in the atom specific to the movement of electrons between energy levels in an atom resulting in the emission or absorption of quantum energy. They will also understand that the emission of high-energy particles results from nuclear changes and that matter can be converted to energy during nuclear reactions.

Chemistry: Students will understand chemical bonding and the relationship of the type of bonding to the chemical and physical properties of substances.

Chemistry: Students will understand that in chemical reactions matter and energy change forms, but the amounts of matter and energy do not change.

Chemistry: Students will understand that many factors influence chemical reactions and some reactions can achieve a state of dynamic equilibrium.

Chemistry: Students will understand the properties that describe solutions in terms of concentration, solutes, solvents, and the behavior of acids and bases.

Earth Systems Science: Intended Learning Outcome: Use Science Process and Thinking Skills.

Earth Systems Science: Intended Learning Outcome: Manifest Scientific Attitudes and Interests.

Earth Systems Science: Intended Learning Outcome: Demonstrate Understanding of Science Concepts, Principles and Systems.

Earth Systems Science: Intended Learning Outcome: Communicate Effectively Using Science Language and Reasoning.

Earth Systems Science: Intended Learning Outcome: Demonstrate Awareness of Social and Historical Aspects of Science.

Earth Systems Science: Intended Learning Outcome: Demonstrate Understanding of the Nature of Science.

Earth Systems Science: Students will understand the scientific evidence that supports theories that explain how the universe and solar system developed.

Earth Systems Science: Students will understand that the features of Earth's evolving environment affect living systems, and that life on Earth is unique in the solar system.

Earth Systems Science: Students will understand that gravity, density, and convection move Earth's plates and this movement causes the plates to impact other Earth systems.

Earth Systems Science: Students will understand that water cycles through and between reservoirs in the hydrosphere and affects the other spheres of the Earth system.

Earth Systems Science: Students will understand that Earth's atmosphere interacts with and is altered by the lithosphere, hydrosphere, and biosphere.

Earth Systems Science: Students will understand the source and distribution of energy on Earth and its effects on Earth systems.

Physics: Intended Learning Outcome: Use Science Process and Thinking Skills.

Physics: Intended Learning Outcome: Manifest Scientific Attitudes and Interests.

Physics: Intended Learning Outcome: Demonstrate Understanding of Science Concepts, Principles and Systems.

Physics: Intended Learning Outcome: Communicate Effectively Using Science Language and Reasoning.

Physics: Intended Learning Outcome: Demonstrate Awareness of Social and Historical Aspects of Science.

Physics: Intended Learning Outcome: Demonstrate Understanding of the Nature of Science.

Physics: Students will understand how to measure, calculate, and describe the motion of an object in terms of position, time, velocity, and acceleration.

Physics: Students will understand the relation between force, mass, and acceleration.

Physics: Students will understand the factors determining the strength of gravitational and electric forces.

Physics: Students will understand transfer and conservation of energy.

Physics: Students will understand the properties and applications of waves.

Reading Standards for Literacy in Science and Technical Subjects

Writing Standards for Literacy in Science and Technical Subjects

Social Studies

UTAH STUDIES

UNITED STATES HISTORY I

WORLD GEOGRAPHY

WORLD HISTORY

UNITED STATES HISTORY II

UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT AND CITIZENSHIP

Reading Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies

Writing Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies

Mathematics

SECONDARY MATHEMATICS I

SECONDARY MATHEMATICS I-HONORS

SECONDARY MATHEMATICS II

SECONDARY MATHEMATICS II-HONORS

SECONDARY MATHEMATICS III

SECONDARY MATHEMATICS III - HONORS STANDARDS

PRECALCULUS

Library Media

Reading Engagement

Information and Research

Media Engagement

Technology Education

Educational Technology – 2120 (9-12) [2000]

Search Standards