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Subject Matter Experts unpack each standard to craft standards-aligned learning objectives prior to collaborating with instructional designers, curriculum writers and editors to design courses, units, lessons, projects and assessments.

Courses in Mathematics, English Language Arts, Science, and History/Social Sciences are aligned to the Utah Core Standards.

Our digital curriculum is continually recognized for its consistent quality and rigor, with 22 technology courses receiving the ISTE Seal of Alignment for Proficiency and 22 core courses approved by Quality Matters.

Mathematics 800 Fundamentals

Mathematics 800 Fundamentals

Mathematics 800 Fundamentals is an introductory algebra course designed to prepare junior-high school students for Algebra I. The course focuses on strengthening needed skills in problem solving, integers, equations, and graphing. Students will begin to see the "big picture" of mathematics and learn how numeric, algebraic, and geometric concepts are woven together to build a foundation for higher mathematical thinking.

  • The Real Number System: Student will explore different properties of numbers, and how to use them to simplify expressions and formulas to make computations easier.
  • Modeling Problems in Integers: Student will translate and solve one-step equations, or two-step equations in context, and check solutions for reasonableness, using the order of operations, and by substituting values for variables.
  • Modeling Problems with Rational Numbers: Student will add, subtract, multiply, and divide decimals, fractions, and mixed numbers with variables, likes, and unlike denominators to solve one and two-step word problems.
  • Proportional Reasoning: Student will convert between fractions, decimals, and percent’s, and compare them, and identify similar and congruent figures and their corresponding parts and solve for missing measures.
  • More with Functions: Student will identify the parts of a line or quadratic equation and be able to graph it, and explore arithmetic and geometric sequences, as well as exponential growth and decay.
  • Measurement: Student will explore relationships between sets of lines and the angles they create, understand and use the Pythagorean theorem, and identify characteristics of polygons.
  • Plane Geometry: Student will determine how to calculate areas of common polygons, identify different transformations and how to determine the type and original image location.
  • Measures of Solid Figures: Student will calculate surface area and volume of different objects and solve for missing measures of 3 dimensional figures when given surface area or volume and explain the relationship between surface area and volume.
  • Data Analysis: Student will identify the mean, median, mode, range, lower quartile, and upper quartile of different data sets and construct the best display of the information.
  • Probability: Student will identify all the possible outcomes of a given situation using combinations, permutations, and probability, and determine if events are dependent or independent.

State: National
Grade Level: 8
Category: Math
Course Length: Year

Mathematics 700 Fundamentals

Mathematics 700 Fundamentals

Mathematics 700 Fundamentals is designed to prepare junior-high students for Pre-algebra. This course focuses on strengthening needed skills in problem solving, number sense, and proportional reasoning. It also introduces students to integers, equations, and geometric concepts. Students will begin to see the "big picture" of mathematics and learn how numeric, algebraic, and geometric concepts are woven together to build a foundation for higher mathematical thinking.

  • Integers: Students will learn how to locate, add, subtract, multiply, and divide integers to solve word problems, as well as compare integers using absolute value and the order of operation.
  • Fractions: Students will understand how fractions can be written into other forms without changing their value, and how to add, subtract, multiply, and divide fractions.
  • Decimals: Students will explore how to rewrite fractions as decimals, and how to use decimals to solve real-world problems.
  • Patterns and Equations: Students will learn how to translate words into equations and use them to solve number patterns.
  • Ratios and Proportions: Students will explore how to use ratios to compare numbers, solve proportions, and convert between percent’s, decimals, and fractions.
  • Probability and Graphing: Students will be able to determine the probability of an event, and if they are independent or dependent events, as well as create a graph of an equation
  • Data Analysis: Students will learn how to interpret statistics using stem-and-leaf plots, histograms, and other graphical means.
  • Geometry: Students will explore how points, lines, and planes interact and how to solve equations using their information.
  • Measurement and Area: Students will learn about finding perimeters and areas of different polygons, and using the Pythagorean theorem to solve problems.
  • Surface Area and Volume: Students will explore three-dimensional figures and how to find their surface area, volume of them.

State: National
Grade Level: 7
Category: Math
Course Length: Year

Mathematics 600 Fundamentals

Mathematics 600 Fundamentals

Math 600 Fundamentals is a full-year elementary math course focusing on number skills and numerical literacy, with an introduction to the number skills needed for algebra. In it, students will gain solid experience with number theory and operations, including decimals and fractions. This course also integrates geometric concepts and skills throughout the units, as well as introducing students to statistical and probability concepts.

By the end of the course, students will be expected to do the following:

  • Perform all four operations on whole numbers, decimals, and fractions.
  • Factor numbers completely and find greatest common factors.
  • Convert between fractions, decimals, and percentages.
  • Represent numbers with exponents.
  • Calculate perimeters and areas of regular plane shapes and measure angles.
  • Plot ordered pairs on coordinate grids.
  • Represent data on statistical charts, including picture, bar, line, and circle graphs.
  • Calculate probabilities and make predictions

State: National
Grade Level: 6
Category: Math
Course Length: Year

Consumer Math

Consumer Math

Consumer Math is an introduction to the many ways in which math can be used in everyday life. The course gives practical advice on how to handle situations that involve money and math principles. Consumer Math focuses on the basic skills and methods of arithmetic and provides students the opportunity to develop experience with algebraic techniques of evaluating variables and equations, including geometric formulas and interest equations. Students will also be introduced to topics in statistics.

  • Basic Math Review: Student will apply the rules of adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing to signed numbers, fractions with like and unlike denominators, mixed numbers and improper fractions, as well as convert between fractions, decimals and percent’s.
  • Personal Finance: Student will recognize various forms of compensation for employment, identify other methods to earn money, and calculate tips, pay, income needs, and deductions from a paycheck.
  • Statistics: Student will calculate central tendencies, variances, standard deviations, and distribution curves for a set or sets of data, determine probabilities, and analyze balance sheets.
  • Taxes and Insurance: Student will differentiate between the kinds of insurance, how to calculate costs, deductibles, and out of pocket costs, as well as understanding the different types of taxes and tax rates.
  • Banking Services and Investments: Student will become familiar with the different services of a bank, know about estates, wills and trusts, and calculate different types of interest.
  • Banking and Credit Costs: Student will understand credit, how it affects your financial life, how to calculate different types of interest, and determining your account balance in several ways.
  • Purchase and Sale of Goods: Student will calculate prices, discounts and rebates on items, understand insurance premiums, deductibles, and discounts, and determine the cost of renting, leasing, or purchasing a vehicle or home, and other expenses those entail.
  • Leisure, Travel, and Retirement: Student will consider the expenses involved in traveling, different recreations and hobbies, and necessary funds for retirement.
  • Jobs Related Services: Student will use ratio and proportions to solve problems involving electricity, pulley problems, and fulcrum problems, calculate expenses involved in certain jobs, and use area formulas and trigonometric functions to solve real world problems.

State: National
Grade Level: 9, 10, 11, 12
Category: Math
Course Length: Year

Mathematics 600

Mathematics 600

Math 600 is a full-year elementary math course focusing on number skills and numerical literacy, with an introduction to rational numbers and the skills needed for algebra. In it, students will gain solid experience with number theory and operations, including decimals and fractions. This course also integrates ratio relationships and proportional reasoning throughout the units, as well as introduces students to geometric and statistical concepts.

  • Unit 1: Identify, compare, and calculate problems with decimal numbers
  • Unit 2: Identify, reduce, compare, and represent fractions
  • Unit 3: Use division to solve problems involving fractions
  • Unit 4: Use ratios to solve problems, interpret data, and make comparisons
  • Unit 5: Use rates and percentages to solve problems
  • Unit 6: Calculate the measurements of geometric shapes
  • Unit 7: Identify and use rational numbers and their opposites
  • Unit 8: Identify, use, and compare expressions
  • Unit 9: Translate, write, and solve equations involving addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division
  • Unit 10: Interpret and describe data presented in various graphs
  • Unit 11: Review skills and concepts from throughout the course

State: National
Grade Level: 6
Category: Math
Course Length: Year

Mathematics 500

Mathematics 500

Math 500 is a full-year elementary math course focusing on number skills, mathematical literacy, and geometric concepts. Students will gain solid experience with number theory and operations, including whole numbers, decimals, and fractions. In addition, students will develop their understanding of measurement and two- and three- dimensional figures. This course also integrates mathematical practices throughout the units, as well as introducing students to algebraic, statistical, and probability concepts.

In this course, students will be taught the following:

Place Value, Addition, and Subtraction

  • Adding and subtracting of decimals and fractions
  • Comparing and ordering whole numbers
  • Determining rules for number patterns
  • Mental math
  • Rounding and estimating

Multiplying Whole Numbers and Decimals

  • Estimating whole number products
  • Multiplying decimals
  • Multiplying whole numbers
  • Properties of multiplicationDividing Whole Numbers and Decimals
  • Dividing with money
  • Dividing whole numbers and decimals
  • Estimating quotients
  • Interpreting remainders

Algebra and Graphing

  • Coordinate plane
  • Expressions
  • Graphing functions
  • Integers
  • Numerical patterns in tables and graphs
  • Order of operations
  • Scatterplots

Measurement

  • Capacity
  • Density
  • Length
  • Mass
  • Time and temperature
  • The Metric System
  • Weight
  • cting fractions
  • Adding and subtracting mixed numbers
  • Estimating sums and differences
  • Multiplying mixed numbers
  • Multiplying whole numbers and fractions

Data Analysis and Probability

  • Bar/Line Graphs
  • Choosing the right graph
  • Collecting data and frequency tables
  • Line plots
  • Listing outcomes
  • Making predictions
  • Measures of central tendency
  • Probability
  • Stem-and-Leaf plots

Geometry

  • Angles
  • Circles
  • Geometry terms
  • Polygons
  • Quadrilaterals
  • Making predictions
  • Similar and congruent figures
  • Solid figures
  • Symmetry
  • Transformations
  • Triangles

Perimeter, Area, and Volume

  • Perimeter, Area, and Volume
  • Area
  • Circumference
  • Parallelograms
  • Polygons
  • Regular polygons
  • Squares and rectangles
  • Surface area
  • Triangles
  • VolumeFinancial Literacy
  • Exploring your finances

State: National
Grade Level: 5
Category: Math
Course Length: Year

Mathematics 400

Mathematics 400

Math 400 is a full-year elementary math course focusing on number skills and mathematical literacy. In it, students will gain solid experience with number theory and operations, including decimals and fractions. This course also integrates geometric concepts and skills throughout the units, teaches measurement skills, and introduces students to statistical concepts.

  • Unit 1: Use place value, fact families, and number patterns
  • Unit 2: Use knowledge of patterns and operations to round and estimate
  • Unit 3: Identify whole numbers and compare fractions
  • Unit 4: Identify the qualities of shapes and angles, and review various concepts
  • Unit 5: Use strategies for division and multiplication, and use units of measurement for capacity, weight, and length
  • Unit 6: Use multiplication strategies and fractions to solve problems
  • Unit 7: Use patterns to add, subtract, compare, and convert fractions
  • Unit 8: Use division strategies and fractions to solve problems
  • Unit 9: Read, write, and compare decimals and fractions
  • Unit 10: Collect and interpret data using different types of graphs, and review various concepts

State: National
Grade Level: 4
Category: Math
Course Length: Year

Mathematics 300

Mathematics 300

Math 300 is a full-year elementary math course focusing on number skills and numerical literacy. In it, students will gain solid experience with number theory and operations, learning how to apply these in measurement situations. This course also integrates geometric concepts and skills throughout the units, as well as introducing students to statistical concepts.

  • Unit 1: Calculate problems using addition and subtraction
  • Unit 2: Identify number patterns and build on addition and subtraction skills
  • Unit 3: Use units of measurement and build on addition and subtraction skills
  • Unit 4: Demonstrate understanding of place value to thousands place
  • Unit 5: Review place value, measurement, and operations
  • Unit 6: Use the operations of multiplication, addition, and subtraction
  • Unit 7: Determine probability, and review operations and measurement
  • Unit 8: Calculate fractions and decimals, and review operations and place value
  • Unit 9: Review number patterns, operations, fractions, and shapes
  • Unit 10: Use addition, subtraction, and multiplication in various ways and review multiple topics

State: National
Grade Level: 3
Category: Math
Course Length: Year

World Geography

World Geography

World Geography takes students on a journey around the world in which they will learn about the physical and human geography of various regions. They will study the history of each region and examine the political, economic, and cultural characteristics of the world in which you live.

Students will also learn about the tools and technologies of geography such as globes, maps, charts, and global information systems.Students will also gain practice in writing and note-taking. They will be asked to create graphic organizers, conduct research, analyze information, and write essays on topics such as current events, energy resources, and national parks.

  • Unit 1: Students will discover the five themes of geography, describe earth’s major physical features, and describe the characteristics of the world’s ecosystems.
  • Unit 2: Students will examine population growth, migration, economic systems, and sustainable development.
  • Unit 3: Students will explore the human and physical geography of North America and address the environmental concerns facing Greenland, Canada, Mexico, and the U.S.
  • Unit 4: Students will gain knowledge about the human and physical geography of Central America, South America, and the Caribbean. They will also address the environmental concerns facing these areas.
  • Unit 5: Students will describe the human and physical geography of Oceania, Australasia, and Antarctica. They will also address the environmental concerns facing these areas.•Unit 7: Students will examine the physical and human geography, environmental concerns and the major nations of Europe.
  • Unit 8: Students will learn about the physical and human geography, environmental concerns and the major nations of Eastern Europe.
  • Unit 9: Students will explore the physical and human geography, environmental concerns and the major nations of Sub-Saharan Africa.
  • Unit 10: Students will describe the physical and human geography, environmental concerns and the major nations of North Africa and Southwest Asia.
  • Unit 11: Students will explain the human and physical geography of Asia. They will also address the environmental concerns facing these areas.

State: National
Grade Level: 9, 10, 11, 12
Category: History & Social Sciences
Course Length: Year

History and Geography 600

History and Geography 600

History and Geography 600 focuses on World History, with an emphasis on Western Europe. Specifically, it covers World History from ancient civilizations through the end of the 20th century, highlighting the Middle Ages and the two World Wars. These areas of focus target three major content strands: History, Geography, and Social Studies skills. 

  • Unit 1: Use maps to identify regions and explore their physical and cultural features
  • Unit 2: Describe the history and culture of ancient civilizations
  • Unit 3: Identify and compare the history, culture, and contribution of ancient Greece and Rome
  • Unit 4: Explain the history, culture, and daily life of societies in the Middle Ages
  • Unit 5: Describe geographical features, natural resources, and cultures of: Brazil, Columbia, Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname, and French Guiana
  • Unit 6: Identify and explain geographical features, natural resources, and cultures of: Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Uruguay, Paraguay, Argentina, and Chile
  • Unit 7: Describe and differentiate the geographical features and history of countries regions of Africa
  • Unit 8: Summarize the history and conflicts of Western Europe
  • Unit 9: Describe the culture and government of Eastern Europe
  • Unit 10: Review the culture, conflicts, and impact of major world regions
     

State: National
Grade Level: 6
Category: History & Social Sciences
Course Length: Year