Course Description

Welcome to an enlightening voyage through the annals of world history and geography in our 7th grade course, rooted in the rich heritage of our Christian faith. This captivating journey begins with the birth of Jesus Christ and unfolds through centuries of human endeavors, traversing continents and cultures until the 1820s AD. As we explore the tapestry of civilizations, empires, and global interactions, this course is not merely a chronological study; it’s a path toward spiritual enlightenment and a deeper connection to our faith. Through a comprehensive examination of historical events, cultural exchanges, and geographical landscapes, students will not only uncover the diverse narratives of the past but also discover how faith, spirituality, and the teachings of Jesus Christ have woven their thread into the fabric of human history.

Through an integrative approach, this course aims not only to impart historical knowledge but also to nurture spiritual growth. As we journey through the rise and fall of empires, the discovery of new lands, and the cultural exchanges that shaped our world, students will be encouraged to reflect on the impact of faith, morality, and Christian values on historical developments. By understanding the connections between historical events and the teachings of Jesus Christ, students will cultivate a deeper understanding of their faith, strengthening their spiritual foundation and fostering a profound connection to the timeless wisdom and teachings encapsulated in the teachings of Jesus Christ. 

Course Details

Seventh Grade History & Geography

  1. Early Christian Era: Spread of Christianity and Roman Influence
  2. Medieval Europe: Feudalism, Crusades, and Renaissance
  3. Age of Exploration: New Worlds and Global Encounters
  4. Reformation and Religious Wars
  5. Imperialism and Global Expansion
  6. Age of Revival: Reform Movements and Industrial Revolution

Coming soon.

There are no required texts for this course. 

Mrs. Pam Simons

Pam Simons taught middle and high school English, history, and geography for six years in her hometown of Brisbane, Australia, before moving to the United States where she met and married her husband, Jake, in the Provo City Center Temple. She had previously served in the New Hampshire, Manchester Mission, where the state motto is “Live Free or Die.” It was at that time she started to gain a deeper appreciation for the principles of liberty and the unique and divine history and heritage of America as a latter-day promised land. Pam enjoys hiking the Wasatch mountains, camping, visiting natural hot springs and national parks, gardening, and her newfound hobby of canning.