Government – gr 10+

Description: This American Government course will seek to give students a clear understanding of the historical and philosophical elements that make the United States a unique nation.  The textbook used is written from a Christian perspective and will serve as the foundational material to satisfy the high school credit requirement but will also serve as the springboard for broader discussion into issues of government, politics and citizenship.  A respectful tone for divergent viewpoints will be maintained.

Homework will involve reading, research, some short essays, and preparation for class discussion.

Taught by Joanna Hatton
Monday @ 11:00 – 12:25

Class Code: H1130

Tuition: $55

Materials Fee: $20

Estimated Hours of Homework per Week: 3

Required Materials: Binder, reinforced filler paper, highlighter, pens, pencils.

Textbook: American Government in Christian perspective (Abeka) will be the textbook used but any of the newer editions (since 2000) will suffice.

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Term: Fall Only
 Minimum Students: 8    Maximum Students:  15
 Accept students mid-semester: Yes
Location: CERC Room D
Start Time: 11:00
End Time: 12:25
Tuition: 55
Estimated Hours of Homework per Week: 3
Required Materials: Binder, reinforced filler paper, highlighter, pens, pencils.
Textbooks: American Government in Christian perspective (Abeka) will be the textbook used but any of the newer editions (since 2000) will suffice.
Materials Fee: 20
Subject: Array
Class Code: H1130