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Learning resources brought to you by Tucson Unified's Curriculum and Instruction

Flori Huitt, Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction | Heidi Aranda, Senior Director of Curriculum Development

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Grade 7 Social Studies - Week Five

Printable Version of this lesson board in PDF format

7th grade Social Studies

Week 5 May 4 - May 8

Weekly Packet

Social Studies Objectives: Students will be able to:

  • analyze connections among events and developments in a broader historical context.
  • analyze multiple factors that influenced the perspectives of people during different historical eras.
  • create compelling questions and supporting questions that reflect enduring issues about the world, past and present.
  • use evidence drawn from multiple sources to develop and support claims and counterclaims in response to compelling questions.

Students can engage in these lessons in any order.
For Lessons 1-3: See Instruction Document

Empower & Suggested Activities

For Activities: See Instruction Document


Epitomize: perfect example of…
Articulate: ability speak and be understood; to speak knowledgeably
Roaring 20’s: term used to describe Western society in the 1920s, also known as the Jazz Age; it was characterized by new freedoms in social, economic, and cultural aspects of life.

Compelling Question: a compelling question is a question that creates an interest in a topic, and the answer reveals deeper understanding of the topic.
Supporting Questions: questions which the answers support answering a compelling question by providing necessary information/evidence.

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