Description: This is a one-semester high school course that covers the government of the United States from its beginning to the present with a special emphasis on the Biblical pattern for government and the U.S. Constitution. Students will learn about federal, state, and local government and become better equipped to understand our country’s government as they learn about contemporary issues facing our nation today.
This course will provide a half credit for high school social studies. Normal guidelines for high school social studies courses include one credit each for geography, world history, and American history, and half credit each for American government and economics.
Taught by Tabitha Berry
Tuesday @ 1:30 – 2:55
Class Code: H1130
Materials Fee: $20
Estimated Hours of Homework per Week: 4-5
Required Materials: 3 ring binder, pencils, pens, paper
Textbook: Notgrass Exploring Government, 2016 Updated Edition 9781609991005 Textbook 2: Exploring Government Quiz and Exam Book, 2016 Updated Edition 9781609991029 Textbook 3: We Hold These Truths, 2016 Updated Edition 9781609991012
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Term: Fall Only Minimum Students: 5 Maximum Students: 10 Accept students mid-semester: Yes