Social Studies 7th Grade Set
The Roman Empire including its geographic borders, social woes, religion and philosophy, crisis in Roman leadership and military, and eastern orthodox civilization and church/state relations are studied. Discoveries that changed China and Japan are studied as well as Mexico, Central America, and the rise of the Mayan Empire. Students are also introduced to Christian missionaries, Catholic and Protestant European regions, and the roots of the Science revolution including Jewish, Christian and Muslim Science. The Enlightenment period and Magna Carta are introduced. Maps, timelines and bibliographies are incorporated into reports enabling students to outline and evaluate what they have learned.
Seventh grade social studies students study the Roman Empire including its geographic borders, social woes, religion and philosophy, crisis in Roman leadership and military, and eastern orthodox civilization and church/state relations. They study China and Japan and the discoveries that changed their world. Seventh grade students study Mexico, Central America and the rise of the Mayan Empire. They study Christian Missionaries, Catholic and Protestant European Regions, and Jewish, Christian, and Muslim Science. Students create maps and write bibliographies and time lines to incorporate into reports outlining and evaluating what they learn.