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7th Grade
Dialectic I
Wednesdays at Pines Baptist Church. This information applies to the 2019-2020 academic year. Parents are welcome to purchase teacher manuals in addition to the required materials. We simply ask that students not be given access to teacher manuals. Teachers and times are subject to change up until the beginning of classes.
American History
8:30 - 9:40 am
First Form Text From the BJU Website: The American Republic Student Text (4th ed.) leads students on a tour of our nation’s history starting with the first interactions between Native Americans and European explorers and ending with present day America. Students are encouraged to interpret the present based on knowledge of our nation’s past, using text, illustrations, art, and photographs.

Teacher: Mr. McChesney

Student Text BJU American History
Writing and Grammar
9:45 - 10:55 am
IEW Medieval History Knights, Vikings, kings, and famous men of the Middle Ages come to life as students learn to write with Structure and Style. This course is a combination of writing, grammar, and spelling skills. A gentle introduction to English grammar, the student masters the parts of speech, parts of a sentence, and classic sentence diagramming.

Teacher: Mrs. Taylor

IEW IEW Medieval History-Based Writing Lessons
IEW Student Resource Notebook
Grammar Analytical Grammar
Life Science A
9:45 am - 10:55 am
Life Science Texbook The Life Science class is designed to introduce the student to important topics in Biology and impart important high school level study skills. Students will become familiar with the classification of life, cell structure, cell activities, cell cycle, protein synthesis, genetics, genetic changes, origins of life, microbiology, structure and function of plants, and plant classification and reproduction. This class covers all biological kingdoms except Animalia, which is covered in 9th grade.

Teacher: Mr. McChesney

Textbook BJU Life Science Student Text, 4th Ed.
Lab Manual Life Science A Lab Manual
Literature
1:00 - 2:10 pm
Literature Reading literary masterpieces is the price of admission to a great conversation that exists among secular humanity. This course is designed to foster students’ love of reading as they encounter classic books and discuss them in class. Students will develop analytical skills in preparation for higher level course work and enjoy great stories, all within the context of a Christian worldview.

Teacher: Mrs. George

The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe Trojan War
Summer of the Monkeys Johnny Tremain
The Bronze Bow Julius Caesar
Composition Notebook
7th Grade Math
2:15 - 3:25 pm
Grades A bridge to upper-level math, this class will ensure students have a solid foundation in the skills they'll need for 8th grade and beyond! Whole numbers, decimals, number theory, fractions, rational numbers, percents, measurement, geometry, area/volume, probability/statistics, integers, algebra, relations/functions, and logic/set theory are all taught in detail with review to keep concepts fresh.

Teacher: Mr. McChesney

Textbook Fundamentals of Math

If your student enrolls in classes from more than one Equip academic level, please be sure to order materials from the correct classes. If you are unsure about anything, please do not hesitate to contact Mr. McChesney.


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