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Well-Planned Lessons make planning your academic schedule simple!
Cultures & Ideas, Grade 7 features easy-to-use lesson plans that cover approximately 1-1.5 hours per day over a 36-week, 180-day period. Tailored to your students' learning level, lesson plans from 5th through 8th Grade are in the "Beginning to Understand" category, when connections start clicking into place and a new depth of understanding develops.
The "Cultures & Ideas" series is the second part of a four-year history cycle that helps ensure students master the foundational lessons of history at age-appropriate levels. Aligned lessons within the series also mean that it's easy to teach multiple grades simultaneously! Lesson plans feature a year's worth of instruction across Bible, history, science, math, language arts, and art & music. Three levels of instruction are provided for each week---Essentials, Enriched, and Comprehensive---which gives teachers the flexibility to choose how much time they'd like to spend on each subject.
The Culture & Ideas cycle looks at world history from an ideological perspective, incorporating world and church history together while also exploring the cultural impact of Renaissance artists and musicians. In this cycle, you and your students will cover historical events stretching from the end of the Roman Empire through the 17th century (69 AD-1715 AD). Read living books that bring medieval daily existence to life, while also exploring the lives of famous men and women from the Middle Ages, Reformation, and Renaissance!
Note that this is a lesson plan only. It presents page numbers and chapters that need to be completed each day in order to finish the book list in a year. It does not include any instructions on presenting the material, and all books / curricula must be purchased separately. Lesson plans are presented on a grid with Monday-Friday at the top of the page; the column down the side of the page contains the subjects. Daily subject blocks feature the name of the book in bold with page numbers and basic instructions (e.g. "discuss and complete tasks on page 54" or "read page 36"). Each assignment is color-coded to the Essentials, Enriched, or Comprehensive track.
This guide also includes a blank hour-by-hour student schedule to customize, semester progress reports, and semester attendance reports.
It's recommended that parents purchase a large three-ring binder and one divider for each subject in order to store worksheets, drawings, copywork, and other written work as a record of learning.
90 pages, softcover. Grade 7 / Seventh Grade.
The following is a list of select concepts covered in the Well-Planned 7th Grade Cultures & Ideas Lessons:
- Bible: learn about the origins of the Bible and learn Christian character through allegories
- Math: learn fractions, the metric system, decimals, scientific notation, Pi, graphs, algebraic terms, the Pythagorean Theorem, and linear equations
- History: cover the Middle Ages, the Reformation, the Renaissance, the 16th Century, and the 17th Century
- Science: explore the history of science, scientific inquiry, technology, archaeology, geology, paleontology, uniformitarianism, catastrophism, life, and the human body
- Language Arts: learn basics of sentence structure, parts of speech, grammar, punctuation, and writing
- Art & Music: learn to create art with colored pencils, markers, and paint, and explore the great composers
Number of Pages: 90
Vendor: Home Educating Family Publishing
Publication Date: 2016
|Dimensions: 11 X 8.5 X .25 (inches)|
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