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Seventh Grade Curriculum Overview

English


     I. READING
          a. Comprehension – literal and figurative
          b. Structure of Literature
          c. Conflict and Resolution
          d. Protagonist/Antagonist


    II. COMPOSITION
          a. Persuasive
          b. Descriptive
          c. Narrative
          d. Expository
          e. Poetic


   III. SPEAKING AND LISTENING
          a. Comprehension
          b. Summary Reports
          c. Discussion and Debate


    IV. LANGUAGE
          a. Spelling and Vocabulary
          b. Grammar and Usage
          c. Punctuation


History – Medieval Times


Science – Cycling of Matter, Chemistry, and Ecosystem


Mathematics - Advance 2


     I. THE NUMBER SYSTEM
          a. Rational and Irrational Numbers
          b. Using Rational Numbers to Approximate Irrational Numbers


    II. EXPRESSIONS AND EQUATIONS
          a. Integer Exponents and their Equivalents
          b. Square and Cube Roots
          c. Scientific Notation
          d. Proportional Relationship Graphs
          e. Lines and Linear Equations


   III. FUNCTIONS
          a. Defining, Evaluating, and Comparing Functions
          b. Graphing Functions


    IV. GEOMETRY
          a. Rotations, Reflections, and Translations
          b. Congruency in 2D figures
          c. Transversals
          d. Pythagorean Theorem
          e. Cylinders, Cones, and Spheres


     V. STATISTICS AND PROBABILITY
          a. Data Collection and Representation
          b. Data Sets and Characteristics
          c. Bivariate Data


    VI. PROBLEM SOLVING
          a. Logical Reasoning
          b. Strategies

 

ELECTIVE COURSES: Each student is given the choice to take 1-2 elective course, depending on whether the course is yearlong or semester only. Elective courses are designed to allow students to make choices for their learning interest. Certain courses are Monday through Friday; Monday, Wednesday, Friday; or Tuesday, Thursday. Elective courses are every day from 10:05AM – 10:55AM. For more details on elective courses, please click here.

 

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