Business Law Curriculum Resources
Students gain an understanding of contract law, their rights and responsibilities as citizens, utilization of financial transactions, employment and agency relationships, and the understanding of the regulations governing different types of business organizations.
Students will gain an understanding of the law as it relates to them
currently and the implications of the law in their future lives as well
as the lives of their family and friends. The course will include an understanding
of the court system at the local, state and national level. Students will
gain an understanding of contract law, their rights and responsibilities
as citizens, utilization of financial transactions, employment and agency
relationships, and the understanding of the regulations governing different
types of business organizations.
Standards and Objectives - PDF
Analyze the relationship between ethics and the law.
Explain the origin of today’s law.
Explain the role and function of the court system on the local, state and national levels.
Students participate in a mock trial.
Discuss the process of procedural law.
Demonstrate an understanding of criminal law.
Demonstrate an understanding of tort law.
Demonstrate an understanding of contract law.
Compare and contrast sales and consumer laws.
Analyze the role and importance of agency law and employment law as they relate to the conduct
Describe the major types of business organizations.
Explain how advances in computer technology impact such areas as contract law, tort and
BUSINESS STATE APPROVED TEXTBOOKS
Schools need to purchase basal/core or recommended primary materials that have gone through an independent alignment to the Utah Core. Schools may still purchase materials not listed on the state RIMs list as long as they have been reviewed and approved by their local school board.
Resources are available due to the efforts and submissions of teachers throughout the state of Utah. They have been collected your use, modify as needed.
Please share your own lesson ideas and resources. Submit what you have, and the
Business Education Lesson Plan Team will format and organize all material.
September 7, 2011