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7 th grade Social Studies Curriculum First Global Age to the Present. Last 5 standards of the National Standards. Five Strands. History (H) Geography & Environmental literacy (G) Economics & Financial literacy (E) Civics & Governance (C&G) Culture (C). Historical Units.

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7 th grade social studies curriculum first global age to the present

7th grade Social Studies CurriculumFirst Global Age to the Present

Last 5 standards of the

National Standards

five strands
Five Strands
  • History (H)
  • Geography & Environmental literacy (G)
  • Economics & Financial literacy (E)
  • Civics & Governance (C&G)
  • Culture (C)
historical units
Historical Units
  • Review of 6th grade: Renaissance, Scientific Revolution, Age of Exploration
  • Reformation & Counter Reformation
  • Age of Absolutism
  • Enlightenment & Revolutions
  • New Imperialism
  • Industrial Revolution
  • World War I & II
  • Cold War
  • Collapse of New Imperialism/Rise of Nationalism
  • Age of Information
review
Review

Renaissance, Scientific Revolution,

Age of Exploration (Old Imperialism)

  • H
  • G
  • E
  • C&G – ideas affecting political thought
  • C

CLFY/OBJECTIVE: 7.C&G.1.1

reformation counter reformation
Reformation & Counter Reformation
  • H – Martin Luther, Protestant Reformation & the Counter/Catholic Reformation
  • G –
  • E –
  • C&G –
  • C – impact in Europe & the Americas

CLFY/OBJECTIVES: 6.H.2.4, 6.C.1.2, 7.H.2.4, 7.C.1.2

age of absolutism
Age of Absolutism
  • H – Spain, France, Russia
  • G –
  • E –
  • C&G – compare gov’ts
  • C –

CLFY/OBJECTIVES: 7.H.1.1, 7.C&G.1.4

enlightenment revolution
Enlightenment & Revolution
  • H –
  • G –
  • E –
  • C&G – shaping of political thought, French Revolution to Napoleon
  • C –

CLFY/OBJECTIVES: 7.C&G.1.1, 7.C&G.1.2

new imperialism
New Imperialism
  • H – colonization, imperialism, smallpox
  • G – migration patterns, resource distribution
  • E – competition
  • C&G –
  • C – Social Darwinism (eugenics)

CLFY/OBJECTIVES: 7.H.2.1, 7.H.2.4, 7.G.2.1, 7.E.1.1, 7.C.1.1

industrial revolution
Industrial Revolution
  • H – England & Japan, malaria
  • G – scarcity of resources
  • E – competition for resources
  • C&G –
  • C – influence on the arts

CLFY/OBJECTIVES: 7.H.2.4, 7.G.1.1 , 7.E.1.1, 7.C.1.2

world war i ii
World War I & II
  • H – causes of both wars, League of Nations, Holocaust, influenza, Russian Revolution as segue to the Cold War
  • G –
  • E –
  • C&G – rise of totalitarianism
  • C – propaganda

CLFY/OBJECTIVES: 7.H.1.2, 7.H.1.3, 7.H.2.1, 7.H.2.2, 7.H.2.4, 7.C&G.1.4, 7.C.1.2

cold war
Cold War
  • H – US vs. USSR, UN, Cold War in Korea, China, Vietnam, Cambodia, Cuba
  • G – population changes, push/pull, urbanization
  • E – capitalism vs. socialism
  • C&G – communism
  • C –

CLFY/OBJECTIVES: 7.H.2.1, 7.H.2.2, 7.G.1.1, 7.E.1.3, 7.C&G.1.1

collapse of new imperialism rise of nationalism
Collapse of New ImperialismRise of Nationalism
  • H – genocides in Africa, NGOs, EU, WHO, OAS, spread of diseases (AIDS, avian flu), Green Revolution
  • G –
  • E – OPEC, NAFTA, G20, WTO
  • C&G – influence of democracy in India, Africa & Latin America, Middle East
  • C – religious conflict

CLFY/OBJECTIVES: 7.H.2.1, 7.H.2.2, 7.H.2.4, 7.E.1.2, 7.C&G.1.2, 7.C&G.1.3, 7.C&G.1.4, 7.C.1.1

age of information
Age of Information
  • H – increase in global interaction, innovation,
  • G – natural disasters (tsunamis & earthquakes), human impact on the environment, GPS, GIS
  • E – personal financial decisions
  • C&G –
  • C –

CLFY/OBJECTIVES: 7.H.2.3, 7.G.1.2, 7.G.2.2, 7.E.1.4