• 7th Grade History: Ancient Civilizations
    Mr. Miller
    Timber Rattler Team

     Contact information:
    Email: rgm11@scasd.org

     

    Textbook: World History: Great Civilizations. Published by National Geographic & Cengage Learning.

    In addition to the text we will be using many outside primary and secondary sources.  Students will have varied instruction including lecture, self-discovery, research, simulation,cooperative and independent assignments with various types of media.

    The curriculum for Ancient World History will include:

    • Unit 1- Growth of Civilizations

    • Unit 2- Got Democracy?

    • Unit 3- Rome wasn’t Built in a Day

    • Unit 4- Ideas in Motion

    • Unit 5- Wealth Beyond Words

    • Unit 6- Pillars of an Empire

    • Unit 7- So you’ve got a Story to Tell

    • Unit 8- Who turned out the Lights

    • Unit 9- Why so many Questions?

     

    Students are required to maintain an organized and current notebook.  A three-ring binder with pockets or a folder will work best.  This notebook will hold their notes, handouts, and class work.  The binder can be used for multiple subjects.  Students will also be required to have a pen/pencil at all times.

    Student grades will be determined on a total point system.  Students will receive points for their work.  At the end of each grading period, students will receive a final letter grade based on their accumulated average.  Letter grades will be assigned based on the school’s grading scale.

    I have the following expectations of every student:

    -      Each student will come to class on time with all necessary materials, a positive attitude, and an open mind.

    -      Each student will listen to and follow directions when they are given.

    -      Each student will demonstrate behavior that promotes learning for the entire class, including proper language, body movements, and respect for themselves and all others in the classroom.

     

Last Modified on August 28, 2023