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7th Grade Social Studies Lesson Plans
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The lesson plans below provide a detailed list of the seventh grade social studies curriculum. with brief activity descriptions and learning activity (LA) numbers. Additional resources related to seventh grade social studies are also provided, below.
Seventh is the highest grade level of social studies activities that Time4Learning offers at this time. Students enrolled in seventh grade social studies will also have access to sixth grade lessons as part of their membership, so they can review the material.
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Social Studies Lesson Plan 7th Grade Curriculum
Total Activities: 150
Lesson 1: First Inhabitants 2 Activities
The learner will identify and describe the culture of the first Americans and analyze how geography and climate influenced the way Native Americans lived.
Lesson 2: The Discovery of America 2 Activities
The learner will identify reasons for European exploration and colonization of the Americas.
Lesson 3: Conquering the New World 2 Activities
The learner will describe how the Spanish explored and dominated the Americas.
Lesson 4: Colonization and Exploration 2 Activities
The learner will describe the establishment of Spanish colonies in the Americas and analyze the impact of exploration and colonization on the native peoples of the Americas.
Chapter Test: Age of Exploration
Lesson 1: Early English Attempts 2 Activities
The student will descrbe the reasons and sucesses and failures of Englands first attempts to start colonies in North America.
Lesson 2: Founding the English Colonies 2 Activities
Describe factors that led to the founding of the colonies, such as the escape from religious persecution, economic opportunity, release from prison, and military adventure.
Lesson 3: Colonial Life 2 Activities
The student will analyze why each geographic region of the colonies developed different industries and the affect of geography on daily life.
Chapter Test: English Colonization
Lesson 1: Struggle for Control 2 Activities
The student will describe the causes events and results of the French and Indian war. The student will explain the economic relationship between the colonists and Britian.
Lesson 2: British Taxes 4 Activities
The student will evaluate the cause and effect relationship of British tax policies concerning the colonies.
Lesson 3: British Punishments 2 Activities
The student will analyze the British response to colonial actions of protest against British policy. The student will evaluate the cause and effect relationship of British tax policies concerning the colonies.
Chapter Test: American Revolution Causes
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Lesson Activity Finder Tool
The lesson activity finder is one of the many helpful tools that Time4Learning offers its members. The activity finder is a shortcut that makes it easy for parents to preview lessons or find extra practice for their child.
Every lesson in the curriculum has a unique activity number, referred to in the lesson plans as an LA Number. These numbers can be found on either the scope and sequence pages or the lesson plans in the parent administration area .
The activity finder can be found in the lower left hand corner of the Student LaunchPad page. To use it, members simply log in to their child s account, type the Learning Activity (LA) number of a lesson into the Activity Finder and click Go to open it.
For additional information, please visit our hints and help section. which gives more details about the activity finder .
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