7th Grade Social Studies


At the end of this course, you will be able to explain how key people, ideas, events, and physical and political geography helped develop the United States of America during the years of 1763-1877. ** Louisiana Department of Education Social Studies Grade 7 / “Scope and Sequence”

Required Material

To successfully complete this course, you must bring the following items to class each and every day.

  • Headphones
  • Binder or folder with a “Social Studies” section clearly marked.
  • Pens and pencils.
  • Personal pack of colored pencils.
  • Highlighters (multiple colors, if possible)
  • Notebook paper.
  • Personal school planner/date book.  This is provided to students by the school at the beginning of the school year.
  • Headphones
Classroom Wishlist
  • Handheld pencil sharpeners
  • Colored pencils
  • Colored printer paper
  • Kleenex and paper towels
  • Hand Sanitizer (Not that you can find any since March 2020)

Additional Resources

  • Online access to the Discovery Education Tech-book.
  • Google Classroom codes will be provided to students on the first day.
  • Louisiana Department of Education website  — www.louisianabelieves.com
  • Caddo Social Studies Dept- www.caddosocialstudies.com
  • Youree Drive Middle School website – www.youreedrive.com
  • Remind101 code: @pmcclena


Unit 1 Unit 2 Unit 3 Unit 4 Unit 5 Unit 6
Road to Independence Governing a New Nation The New Republic Expansion & Conflict The Civil War Reconstruction
August – September October – November December- January February- March March–April April – May

** Louisiana Department of Education 6th Grade World History “Scope and Sequence”


General Rules:

Spartans are…

  • Prompt – This means you enter the classroom quietly, on time, seated, and ready to learn.
  • Prepared – Have your materials ready, complete all assignments, and study for tests.
  • Polite – Always, always treat others with respect and kindness.
  • Respect is my number one rule.

Make-up & Late Work:

  • In accordance to CPSB policy, if you have an excused absence, you will receive three days to make-up your assignment(s) (homework, tests, quizzes, etc.) for full credit.
  • It is your responsibility to go to the “make-up” trays located in the front of the classroom for the day(s) that you missed and pick up the work you need to make up.  If you have any questions, let me know.
  • Late work due to unexcused absences or student apathy will be accepted for partial credit of the original grade.  The partial credit will be based upon the type of assignment, point value, and date of submission.

Grading Scale:

  • All advanced classes are on a 10 point grading scale.
  • You will receive your grades from a variety of different sources:
  • class assignments
  • projects
  • homework assignments
  • tests
  • quizzes
  • Daily Vocabulary / Daily DBQ (bellringer activities that alternate weekly)