7th Grade Curriculum
Every subject at FCMS is viewed and taught with the Bible as a lens, and mathematics is no exception. The beauty and consistency of mathematical properties reflects the orderliness and precision of our unchanging God, and we would be amiss not to teach it in this light. Math courses are not lock-stepped and students are placed according to diagnostic test results. Courses available are General Math, Math Fundamentals, Pre-Algebra, and Algebra I.
In grammar class, students are challenged to fine-tune their use of one of God’s most amazing creations, the human language through Bob Jones University Press. Seventh grade grammar covers parts of speech, requires the analysis of sentence structure, and develops the students’ proper use of words.
For writing Skills development, students are guided through a WriteShop curriculum course, wherein a student acquires the sills needed to communicate descriptively, persuasively, and logically.
Classic and contemporary literature selections are provided through Bob Jones University Press 7th grade literature textbooks. These thoughtfully chosen poems, novel excerpts, essays, and short stories will enrich a students’ literary knowledge and understanding. Class discussions are designed to enhance a students learning ability in critical analysis, biblical thinking, and understanding effective literary techniques.
World Studies provides a fresh look at the civilizations of the world through the lens of a Christian worldview. This edition begins with a brief review of history from Creation to the coming of Christ and progresses in chronological journey around the world studying the egg and flow of empires, cultures, Christianity, and world religions, concluding with an examination of the trends of the emerging 21st century.
Bob Jones University Press is a vocabulary program that emphasizes the application of word meaning and draws words primarily from preparation for SAT and books of frequently used words.
Bob Jones University Press textbook Life Science studies the living world with all its wonders. It is presented from a biblical worldview that involves studying organism classification, cellular biology, genetics, and the differences between Creation and evolution.
Electives include Physical Education, Art, Life 101, Spanish, ASB, Worship, Music Fundamentals, Drama, and Computers.