View Curriculum Seventh Grade

The following subjects are required for seventh grade:
 

Book Reports
Book Reports comprises one third of the English requriement for seventh grade (the other parts being literature and grammar). Two book reports are necessary to fulfill this requirement.

Note: You may, or we might, choose different courses from different grade levels if they are more appropriate for your student. CLASS reserves the right to modify course selection based on standardized test scores, course availability, and previous course assignments.

Available Courses (Two are assigned)
The first two courses listed will be assigned by CLASS unless you choose alternates from those shown below. Write any alternate choices selected in the comments section of your enrollment application.

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Title: John Bunyan: The Tinker of Bedford
Subject: Book Reports Course Number: 29595
Suggested Grade Level: 6th–9th
Author: William Deal Number of Pages: 152
Publisher: Christian Liberty Press Academic Credit: None
Copyright: 1997 Elective Fee: None
Prerequisites: None
Course Materials: Textbook
Course Description: This biography provides a compelling overview of the life of the famous English writer and preacher who penned The Pilgrim’s Progress.

 
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Title: Mr. Pipes and the British Hymn Makers
Subject: Book Reports Course Number: 29760
Suggested Grade Level: 7th–10th
Author: Douglas Bond Number of Pages: 242
Publisher: Christian Liberty Press Academic Credit: None
Copyright: 1999 Elective Fee: None
Prerequisites: None
Course Materials: Textbook
Course Description: This first book in the series by Douglas Bond tells the story of two teens who, while on vacation in England, are befriended by an elderly English gentlemen called Mr. Pipes. Through this relationship they learn about famous British hymn writers. They also learn about the value of traditional worship and praise.

 
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Title: The Life of George Washington
Subject: Book Reports Course Number: 29870
Suggested Grade Level: 6th–9th
Author: Mary L. Williamson Number of Pages: 120
Publisher: Christian Liberty Press Academic Credit: None
Copyright: 1994 (revised) Elective Fee: None
Prerequisites: None
Course Materials: Textbook
Course Description: This biography gives a unique glimpse into the spiritual life and career of the first President of the United States. Little known and often over-looked aspects of Washington’s faith are featured throughout this well-documented book.



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Title: The Life of J.E.B. Stuart
Subject: Book Reports Course Number: 29910
Suggested Grade Level: 6th–9th
Author: Mary L. Williamson Number of Pages: 132
Publisher: Christian Liberty Press Academic Credit: None
Copyright: 1997 Elective Fee: None
Prerequisites: None
Course Materials: Textbook
Course Description: General Stuart was called the “eyes and ears” of Robert E. Lee. In this biography you will follow the exploits of this great military leader and learn about his true source of courage—his Christian faith.



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Title: Mr. Pipes and Psalms and Hymns of the Reformation
Subject: Book Reports Course Number: 29770
Suggested Grade Level: 7th–10th
Author: Douglas Bond Number of Pages: 240
Publisher: Christian Liberty Press Academic Credit: None
Copyright: 2000 Elective Fee: None
Prerequisites: None
Course Materials: Textbook
Course Description: This novel follows the adventures of two teens and their friend, Mr. Pipes, as they retrace the steps of some of the great hymn writers of the sixteenth century. Along the way, they learn the historical backgrounds of several hymns from the Reformation era.



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Title: Mr. Pipes Comes to America
Subject: Book Reports Course Number: 29780
Suggested Grade Level: 7th–10th
Author: Douglas Bond Number of Pages: 194
Publisher: Christian Liberty Press Academic Credit: None
Copyright: 2001 Elective Fee: None
Prerequisites: None
Course Materials: Textbook
Course Description: In this novel, Annie and Drew continue their adventures when Mr. Pipes visits America and teaches them about great hymns (and the lives of those who wrote them) from American history.



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Title: Martin Luther: The Great Reformer
Subject: Book Reports Course Number: 29915
Suggested Grade Level: 7th–12th
Author: J.A. Morrison Number of Pages: 122
Publisher: Christian Liberty Press Academic Credit: None
Copyright: 1994 (revised) Elective Fee: None
Prerequisites: None
Course Materials: Textbook
Course Description: This biography is a stirring tale of God’s grace. It provides an honest account of the accomplishments of Martin Luther—a remarkable man of God who greatly influenced the Christian church.

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