Grade 7


Beginnings of the great controversy
Creation and the fall of man
Flood and destruction of the world

Apostasy, repentance, reformation of the Hebrew people
Life of Jesus from birth to resurrection
Early Christian church to Reformation

Disappointment of 1844, Three angels' messages
Millennium, New Jerusalem
Second coming of Christ
Controversy ended


Watercolor and pastel
Sculpture and drawing
Color theory

Architecture: history and construction
Elements and principles of design
Forms in composition
Proportion and perspective

Still life and scapes: sea, land, city, sky
Major individual project
Art history and appreciation


Socioeconomic impact
Computer types: IBM, Apple
Modem, fax, networking, bulletin boards
Keyboard: speed, accuracy

Database management
Columns, tables, graphs
Desktop publishing: review and practice

Criminal misuse of computer and program
Operating systems: review and practice
Protection programs for virus


Reading and Literature
Read independently
Word analysis: etymology
Comprehension: author's intent, summarizing paraphrasing, compare content
Wide variety of literature
Compare literary forms and types
Literary elements: rhyme, rhythm, and figurative language
Analysis of media: reliability, accuracy, point of view
Read in the content area
Abstract vocabulary development
Words that persuade, dissuade, entertain, enlist

Appropriate vocabulary and use
Parliamentary procedure
Conduct interviews and surveys
Assigned words
Organized study plan
Spells correctly written work
Critical thinking: fact versus opinion, nonverbal clues, persuasive words
Mechanical writing
Composition: writing across the curriculum

Parts of Speech: collective, appositive noun, transitive and intransitive, passive and active voice verbs; demonstrative, intensive and relative pronouns, adjectives, adverbs, prepositions, correlative conjunctions, interjections
Sentences: complex, implied subject, direct and indirect objects, diagramming, independent & dependent clauses
Capitalization and punctuation
Study Skills and Reference
References: periodicals, Readers Guide, Bible commentaries
Setting goals, priorities, schedules


Exponents and scientific notation
Order of operations
Fundamental operations of whole numbers, fractions, decimals, and mixed numbers
Development and use of formulas

Problem solving and application
Graphing: ordered pairs and inequalities
Geometric concepts: terms, constructions, Pythagorean Theorem

Inequalities: introduction
Ratio, proportion, and percent
Absolute value
Statistics: mean, median, mode, range


Complex rhythmic patterns
Minor scales
Music and instruments of the romantic period

Sight reading, two-part songs
Meter changes
Simple chord progressions

Write simple major key signature
Recognize music of Eastern cultures
Seventh-day Adventist Hymnal


Motor skills: team sports, tumbling stunts, track and individual activities
Concepts: safety, games strategies, environmental responsibility, sports history

Fitness: testing, agility, running and jogging, cardiovascular endurance, heart rate monitoring

Positive attitudes: self-worth, self-control, honesty, humility, patience
Interpersonal skills: cooperation, sportsmanship, leadership, respect


God's universe: galaxies, stars, solar systems
Viruses and bacteria
Fungi and protists

Invertebrates, insects, anthropoids
God's plan for sexuality
Sexual issues and responsibilities

Sexually transmitted diseases
The immune system and HIV infection
Force, motion, and energy


Eastern hemispheres
Greek and Roman civilizations
Civilizations of the Americas: history of Bermuda
Medieval societies: Europe, Japan
Growth of Islam
Renaissance and Reformation
Age of Reason: Enlightenment

Industrial Age and Scientific Revolution
Comparison of political systems
Technological progress and implications
World trade and resources
World geography, environment

Contemporary problems and issues
Economics: free trade versus central planning
Map and globe skills
Community service and ADRA
Impact of religious differences




+ Subjects may alternate for grades 5 and 6 and for grades 7 and 8. Materials are adapted to the appropriate grade level.