Seventh Grade

Seventh Grade
World Cultures and Geography II: The Eastern Hemisphere

World Cultures and Geography is a two-year course in Prince George’s County Public Schools that is taught in the sixth and seventh grades.  The Eastern Hemisphere is taught in the seventh grade.  The Maryland Voluntary State Curriculum (VSC) for grades six and seven are incorporated in both courses.  Therefore, some indicators and objectives listed on the sixth grade VSC will be covered in seventh grade and some seventh grade indicators and objectives will be taught in the sixth grade.  All of the indicators and objectives in the sixth and seventh grade VSC are covered within the sixth and seventh grade Curriculum Framework Progress Guide for Prince George’s County Public Schools.

In seventh grade students learn about the ancient civilizations and contemporary world cultural geography of the eastern hemisphere.  Students learn about the world outside of the United States.  Students use a variety of sources and perspectives to analyze the characteristics and structure of political and economic systems around the world.  Students study the growth and the development of nations in the contemporary world by looking at the expansion and changes in nations and empires.

Units of Study

Course Textbooks

  • Unit One: Geography Review
  • Unit Two: Southwest and Central Asia
  • Unit Three:  Africa
  • Unit Four: Southeast and East Asia
  • Unit Five: Europe and Russia   
  • Unit Six:  Australia
  • World Studies: The Eastern Hemisphere
  • World Studies: The Ancient World
  • World Studies: Medieval Times to Today


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