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Database Resources

To access databases from outside of school, you will need to pick up the login names and passwords from the school library.

Book Resources

Announcements

For 02/19-02/23:

A1 Read Comparative book and Ethel Wood study guide reading for China (see link below) Presentation week China. Finish study guides.

B2 Read comparative book and Ethel Wood study guide for Russia (see link below) Presentation week China. Review guides and Reading Quiz.

Assignments for January 10-11/14-15

Chapter 1 Introduction to Comparative Government pg. 5

1. Define Globalization

2. Outline the 4 themes in section 3

Monday/Tuesday

Current Event for your assigned country.

Globalization reading (see link)

Wed/Thurs

Finish Current Events

Continue outlines for Study Guide

Vocabulary flashcards

 

Important Documents

Assigned Readings

Important Vocabulary

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