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7th Grade HSS

7th Grade World History Units of Study:

Medieval and Early Modern Times

  • Roman Empire
  • Byzantine Empire
  • Islam
  • West Africa
  • China
  • Japan
  • Medieval Europe
  • Renaissance
  • Reformation
  • Scientific Revolution

6th Grade HSS

6th Grade World History Units of Study:


  • Early Humans
  • Mesopotamia
  • Ancient Egypt
  • Ancient Hebrews
  • Ancient India
  • Ancient China
  • Ancient Greece
  • Ancient Rome

DBQ Explained

DBQ (Document Based Questions) units provide students with the opportunity to engage in historical thinking and writing. When students construct their DBQ essays, they often use several documents per paragraph to prove each part of their thesis.

Mrs. Endow


About Mrs. Endow

I am so excited to be your teacher this year. Here are some things about me:

  • College: Purdue University (Go Boilermakers!)
  • Graduate School: University of Southern California 
  • Favorite book: the Bible
  • Favorite color: Pink
  • Hobbies: I love to spend time with my family. I have a daughter who is two years old and a dog (beagle) who is six years old.

Student Spotlight

Student Image (HERE)

Students can share something about themself or maybe a trip to China

Class Supplies

Here is a list of material you should bring to class daily:

  • Pencils (mechanic or regular pencils)
  • Different colored pens: black, red, blue (required)
  • Black felt tip pen
  • Expo markers
  • White board eraser
  • Scissors
  • Glue stick (these run out quickly, be sure to check your supply)
  • COMPOSITION notebook specifically for Social Science
  • Loose leaf paper
  • Colored pencils, or markers, or crayons

These items are all small enough to keep in a pencil pouch. Please be sure to come to class prepared. 

Classroom Expectations

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