SEVENTH GRADE RELIGION

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1 SEVENTH GRADE RELIGION will learn nature, origin and role of the sacraments in the life of the church. will learn to appreciate and enter more fully into the sacramental life of the church. THE CREED ~ Your child understands that the search for God is part of being human; there is a universal practice of religion, with emphasis on the uniqueness of Catholic faith. will recognize that we are created in the image of God with our own intellect and will, and that Jesus came to give us promise of salvation despite our original sin and its effects. will explore the accounts of the historical Jesus and see how the Word is made in Jesus Christ. will see that they are called to carry on Christ s missions and become evangelists to the world. recognizes the importance and significance of Mass and how it reunites us with Christ and His forgiveness. will identify the components of the one holy Catholic and apostolic Church as being human and divine, a people of God. will cover, discus and show understanding of the following:. a pilgrim church; the second coming; the last judgment; heaven; hell; particular judgment; purgatory; resurrection of the dead; eternal life; Mary; the immaculate conception; the communion of saints. learns that God reveals himself to us, the four features of revelation, scripture and traditions and that Jesus Christ is the fullness of revelation. recognizes that faith is a virtue and power, and that faith is a gift from God and a participation in His life. explores the arguments for the existence of God and sees how faith and science correspond. understands the central mystery of our faith the Blessed Trinity, three persons in one God, completely distinct but equally God. understands the paschal mystery the passion, death resurrection and ascension of Christ, and they will see the truth of life in Christ bringing them to the Kingdom of God in the gospel.

2 will gain further understanding of the third person in the Blessed Trinity, the Holy Spirit, the completion of the paschal mystery, Pentecost, the Holy Spirit in the Church and in our lives and actual grace. understands the definition of the Catholic church, what it represents and the components and individuals it was founded on to comprise the ministry. explore the various ways they can live and preach their Catholic beliefs through the witness of laity, religious, and clergy. DISCUSSION AND ACTION ~ Your child engage in peer group discussion led by the instructor that focuses on and incorporates the moral teachings of the Church relation to modern day, national and global events and local and school situations and issues so that the students may discover the most appropriate reactions and responses. will find and implement practical ways to demonstrate their faith and share their Godgiven talents to help others in need. LITERATURE exhibit appropriate speaking etiquette such as speaking in turn and demonstrating interpersonal communication. think critically about the selection to foster exploration, questioning, and imagining. relate personal experiences to information heard to construct new meaning. read literary works by national and international authors: biographies, short stories, science fiction, contemporary fiction, historical fiction, poetry, plays, autobiographies, and essays. determine the main idea of a passage. make logical prediction based on events in a passage. draw a conclusion to describe a character based on character s thoughts and actions. use figurative language such as simile and metaphor to determine meaning of information in functional text. distinguish between information based on fact and information based on opinion. use context clues to determine the precise word to complete a given statement. use prewriting and drafting strategies to address specific writing purposes. compose a composition that is focused, coherent and has a clear and logical progression of ideas. use a writing prompt to develop a composition on a given topic. compose a composition with a beginning, middle and end. compose a piece of writing that includes specific, relevant details. use editing strategies to correct usage, punctuation, and spelling errors. demonstrate continuous progress toward mastery of penmanship...

3 LANGUAGE ARTS identify and use the eight parts of speech. identify action and state of being verbs, auxiliary and main verbs, and verb phrases. identify direct and indirect objects, and predicate nouns and predicate adjectives. identify and construct simple compound and complex sentences. identify verbs, prepositional phrases as adjectives and adverbs, and independent and subordinate clauses. correctly use personal, interrogative, indefinite, and reflexive pronouns in the nominative, objective, and possessive case. identify antecedents of pronouns. avoid agreement errors in sentences with compound subjects, collective nouns, prepositional phrases, and indefinite pronouns, and in sentences of inverted order. distinguish between and correctly use adjectives and adverbs. form and use the comparative and superlative degrees of adjectives and adverbs. use punctuation marks correctly, including semicolons, colons, apostrophies, and commas (items in a series, clauses, and phrases). identify and use prefixes, suffixes, and roots of words. understand denotation and connotation, and analogies. correctly spell and use new vocabulary words. follow the writing process from prewrite through publish. understand the concept of purpose and audience. demonstrate the ability to gather information and present it with order and clarity, following the accepted customs of spelling, mechanics, and usage of standard English. construct essays with solid introduction, body and conclusion. MATH associate verbal names, written word names and standard numerals with whole numbers, fractions, and decimals. use place value to trillions. perform basic operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division) with whole numbers. perform basic operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division) with fractions. use a variety of strategies for problem solving. use compatible numbers, front-end estimation and clustering as estimation strategies. analyze different graphs. express numbers in various forms (expanded, notation, scientific notation, exponents).

4 know and use the rules for order of operations. convert answers to a larger or smaller unit within the metric system. use cross products to check ratio equally and to find missing terms in proportion. identify and write ratio as a way to compare two different units. equate fractions to decimals and decimals to fractions. use percent to solve problems. solve simple algebraic equations. evaluate numerical and algebraic phrases involving all four operations with our without grouping symbols. translate verbal phrases, involving all four operations, to numerical or algebraic expression use the basic properties of addition to write an algebraic expression equivalent to a given expression. add, subtract, multiply and divide integers. select the appropriate operation to solve equations involving whole numbers, decimals, fractions and integers. translate verbal statements, involving all four operations, into equations. understand decimal notation and place value. convert answers to a larger or smaller unit within the metric system. solve word problems by writing equations. use concepts about numbers, including primes, factors, and multiples, to build number sequences. write equivalent fractions. change a rational number to a decimal; compare and order rational numbers. use cross products to check ratio equally and to find missing terms in proportion. identify and write ratio as a way to compare two different units. use percent to solve problems. solve non-routine problems using different strategies. convert numbers between scientific notation and standard form. express and evaluate functions using f(x) notation. solve equations requiring simplification of expressions and combined operations. solve inequalities involving more than one operation requiring coordinate system (graph) and apply simple properties of lines. identify and plot ordered pairs in all four quadrants of a rectangular coordinate system (graph) and apply simple properties of lines. SCIENCE distinguish between living and nonliving things describe characteristics of living and nonliving things.

5 list the basic needs of living things. describe organic compounds that are the building blocks of life. classify living organizations are made of cells. discuss cell theory. compare a plant and animal cell. identify cell parts and describe their functions. acknowledge the great diversity of living organisms. recognize parts of a virus and describe viral reproduction. identify monerans and protists. describe characteristics of fungi. analyze adaptations for plants to live on land and in water. describe photosynthesis, respiration and reproduction in plants. describe the needs of plants and animals. compare invertebrates and vertebrates. describe the characteristics of invertebrates and vertebrates and give examples from each major group. compare and contrast the systems of animals. describe the major characteristics of life functions of animals. realize why humans are complex animals. describe the features and functions of each body system. state functions of the immune system. explain the effects of harmful substances on the body. understand that diversity is created through variation, inheritance, and natural selection. describe DNA structure. explain how genetics can be applied to heredity. identify factors that alter genes. list the steps of the scientific method. create a hypothesis when given a problem. make inferences when given some information. create a lab showing a hypothesis, material list, and detailed procedures. observe using all senses. make conclusions based on data and observations.. participate in Seminole County Science Fair meeting all guidelines. SOCIAL STUDIES apply the five themes of geography (movement, region, location, interaction, place) to provide an organizational focus for geographic study for all chapters. focus on how a region s geography and people interact to shape its history by studying climate, vegetation, population, culture, language, religion, economy, government and natural resources.

6 apply the abovementioned human and physical geographic topics to the countries of Latin America, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia. evaluate the following skills areas: maps and globes, critical thinking, reading and writing, graphs and charts, diagrams, and reading tables and statistics. use case studies on current events to review regional issues.

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