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TAKE A WILD RIDE
WITH THE BLUE NUN
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COURSE DESCRIPTION
COURSE REQUIREMENTS
HOMEWORK
HONORS U.S. GOVERNMENT
PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS
Quarterly Projects - Honors Government
Quarterly Projects - Principles of Economics
  Ch. 1  Principles of Government
   Ch. 2.  Origins of Am. Government
  
Ch. 3  The Constitution
  
Ch. 4.  Federalism
 
Ch. 5.  Political Parties
 
Ch. 6.  Voters and Voter Behavior
  
Ch. 7.  The Electoral Process
   Ch. 8.  Mass Media and Public Opinion
   Ch. 9.  Interest
  
Ch 10.  Congress
   Ch 11.  Powers of Congress
   Ch. 12  Congress in Action
  
Ch 13.  The Presidency
   Ch 14.  The Presidency in Action
 
Ch 15.  Government at Work:  The Bureaucracy
   Ch  16.  Financing Government
   Ch 17.  Foreign Policy and National Defense
  
Ch 18.  The Federal Court System
   Ch 19.  Civil Liberties:  First Amendment
   Ch 20.   Civil Liberties:  Individual Rights
   Ch 21.  Civil Rights: Equal Justice Under Law
   Chapters 22 through 25 if we have time before
                              GRADUATION!! 







SEPTEMBER - WEEK ONE
Human Wants/Needs
Satisfaction of Wants/Needs
Scarcity and Opportunity Cost
Resources to satisfy Wants and Needs
Thinking in Economics
Thinking at the Margin
Choice-Making by Businesses/Consumers
The 2 branches of Economics; Micro/Macro
Film 1:  Intro. to Economics
Film 2:  Microeconomics
Introduction to Economics - Outline
FIRST ECONOMICS OUTLINE (Intro)
Continuing Outlines in Economics - next
MARKET CLEARING - CHAPTER 5
Chapters Six and Seven
Chapters Six and Seven Continued
Partnerships and Corporations (7)
HonorsU.S.GOVT.OUTLINES
Financing a Business - Ch. 8+9
THE U.S. LABOR FORCE - 10
Introductory Outline - Background Notes
Competition Among Businesses 11
Government & The Economy - 12
MoneyandFinancial Institutions 13
ECONOMIC STABILITY- CH 14
  INTERNATIONAL TRADE 15
OUR GLOBAL WORLD  16
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