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  You have finally completed one of the most challenging of the 7th grade core subjects Civics & Economics! I hope you will find that your efforts were not in vain. That newly acquired knowledge and those educational experiences will bear fruit in your life. You were introduced to the world of government and finance and you can now make educated decisions about political and economic matters. Build on that.

     But first, take some time to relax and enjoy the Summer. Thank you for a memorable year! The bar has just been raised for the upcoming 7th graders.


Contact: Robert.Trifu@tvcs.org

 August 2014
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7th Grade Civics - Student/Parent Orientation

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7th Grade Civics - Introduction to Civics

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7th Grade Civics - What is an American?

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7th Grade Civics - American Culture

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7th Grade Civics - Becoming a U.S. Citizen

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7th Grade Civics - Ancient Political Ideals

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7th Grade Civics - Duties & Responsibilities of Citizenship

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7th Grade Civics - Volunteerism

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7th Grade Civics - The Purpose of Government

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7th Grade Civics - Various Government Types

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7th Grade Civics - Reviewing Ch. 3

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7th Grade Civics - Ch. 3 Test

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7th Grade Civics - Influences on our Founders

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7th Grade Civics - Colonial Governments

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7th Grade Civics - North American Economic Activity

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7th Grade Civics - Colonial Motivations

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7th Grade Civics - Colonial Governments

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7th Grade Civics - Tensions With the British

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