Core Correlations

The following Programs/Activity Guides have been correlated to the Utah State Office of Education Core Curriculum. You can access correlations below by clicking on low cost viagra the Program/Activity Guide you are using, and then either the grade level or subject matter within. The activities that meet that grade or subject matter will be listed.

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(FOTW 9-12: State Science Learning Outcomes)

1. Use science process and http://muzeumsportu.org/best-online-cialis thinking skills.
a) Observe events and patternsb) Use comparisons

  • Activity 1. Making the Global Connection

  • Activity 4. Patterns of Forest Change


2. Manifest scientific attitudes and interests
d) resolve social…ecological problems

  • Activity 5. Understanding the Impacts of Forest Uses

  • Activity 6. Seeking Sustainability: A Global Response


3. Demonstrate understanding of science concepts, principles and systems
a) know and explain science informationc) apply principles and concepts

  • Activity 3. Mapping the World’s Forests

  • Activity 7. The World Marketplace

  • Activity 8. Making Consumer Choices


4. Communicate effectively using science language and reasoning
a) use reference sources…

5. Demonstrate awareness of designascend.com social and historical aspects of science
a) cite examples of how science affects human life

  • Activity 7. The World Marketplace

  • Activity 8. Making Consumer Choices


6. Demonstrate understanding of the nature of science
i) understand how science and viagra mexico'>viagra mexico technology may raise ethical issued for which science, by itself, does not provide solutions

  • Activity 4. Patterns of Forest Change

  • Activity 6. Seeking Sustainability: A Global Response

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