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Social studies pacing Guide

7th grade US History

1st quarter

2nd quarter

3rd quarter

4th quarter

Aug. 27-Sept. 5

*Code of behavior

*Introductory Historical Thinking

Sept. 6- Sept. 28


  3a) Civil War Amendments

 3b) Impact of Reconstruction

3c) Legacies of Lincoln, Lee, & Douglas

 4c) Post-Reconstruction Segregation & Jim Crow

Oct. 1- Nov. 2

Westward Movement

2c) Locating 50 states and important cities

    2a) Geographical Influences on Westward movement

4a) Reasons for Westward Expansion


Nov. 7- Jan.4


    2b) Industrial development after 1865

   4b) Industrialization reasons & challenges

   4c) Post-Reconstruction Segregation and Jim Crow

   4d) Rise of Big Business & Life on Farms

Jan. 7 – Feb. 1

Changing US through WWI

5a) Reasons & results of Spanish American War

5b) Roosevelt’s Impact on Foreign Policy

5c) US in WWI

Feb. 4-March 12

Boom and Bust

     6a) Technology changes in American life

     6b) Social and Economic changes

     6c) Arts in the 1920s & 1930s

     6d) Causes/

Impact of the Great Depression & New Deal

March 15-

World War II

 7a) Events leading US into WWII

7b) Events & Turning points of WWII

7c) WWII & the Homefront




To see details of EACH school day this year, please look at WEEKLY CLASS UPDATE in files and documents & refer to class calendar.


In 7th Grade Social Studies students will examine American History and Geography from 1865 - Present Day.  Our curriculum will cover:  U.S. Geography, Reconstruction, Westward Expansion, Industry and Immigration, Spanish American War, World War I, the 1920's and Great Depression, World War II, The Cold War, and The Civil Rights Movement.  Present Day will be incorporated throughout the year.
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Please look at the Weekly Class Update in "Files and Documents" to find out what students learned each week.