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Seventh Grade Curriculum


Humanities - English

Dark Water Rising
Out of the Dust
Maniac Magee
Tom Sawyer
Animal Farm

The 7th grade English course is focused around the four novels we read throughout the school year. Assignments, activities and projects are centered around the novels. Our grammar curriculum focuses on students diagramming sentences, identifying parts of speech and forming complete, academic sentences.


Humanities - History

 
History Alive - United States & Texas History

Students start their Logic School journey by studying the Discovery Era (U.S. & TX.), and conclude the year with the Civil War. Students will analyze the political, historic, religious, and economic aspects of a variety of cultures.  The use of primary sources, time period and thematic literature are a crucial component of the curriculum.

 

Latin
 

Latin Primer

7th grade Latin is incorporated into the English course twice a week in class. 7th grade Latin is heavily focused on verb conjugations and memorization of Latin vocabulary while forming simple sentences. In this course students will be introduced to first declension nouns.

 

Mathematics


Prentice Hall Pre-Algebra

Seventh grade math students work to reinforce the basic principles of mathematics in preparation for pre-algebra in the following year. Students model, compute, problem solve, and explain mathematical principles with whole numbers, fractions, and decimals. Lessons are explained for maximum learning potential to produce student confidence in math skills.

 

Science
 

This course is designed to prepare logic students with a firm foundation for the rhetoric school science curriculum.  The course approach is General Science with an emphasis on Life Science while using labs and projects to enrich traditional learning.  Topics covered include scientific processes, matter and energy, characteristics of life, human body systems, and life in space.  Students practice the scientific method with a science project in the spring.

 

Bible


Route 66: Travel Through the Bible 

This course gives an overview of the entire Bible focusing on key themes, characters, and events. This course lays a foundation of knowledge that will be built upon in the upcoming Bible classes.

 

Physical Education

NASPE

Physical Activity is critical to the development and maintenance of good health. The goal of physical education is to develop physically educated individuals who have the knowledge, skills, and confidence to enjoy a lifetime of healthful physical activity. 

After Care Work