Utah in the World (Ca. 1945–2002)
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Students will describe the historic and present management of natural resources and make recommendations for natural resource management in the future. (geography)
Students will make an evidence-based argument regarding the appropriate roles of local, state, and federal governments in resolving a current and/or historical issue. (civics)
Students will use data and other evidence related to a cultural, ethnic, or religious group in Utah to interpret the group’s historic/current conditions and experiences. (history, geography)
Students will describe the economic ties between Utah communities, the nation, and the world. (economics)
Students will evaluate the impact of tourism on Utah’s economy and geography, such as the development of tourism industries, state and national parks, and events including the 2002 Olympics. (economics)