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02/19-02/23- Review session for Unit 1 test covering chapters 1-3. Current Event due. Unit closes 2/23 no late assignments after 02/23.

02/11-02/15 Work on Chapter 3 study guides, bill of rights discussion and worksheets. Homework: Current Event and writing on an article related to the amendments or articles of the Constitution. Two paragraph of summary and opinion/analysis of the article discussion.

02/04-05/2013: For  this week: Chapter 1 Quiz. Have outlines and vocabulary for Chapter 1 done and review, review, review! Email me with any ? 

01/28/2013: For this week! Finish outline and vocabulary for Chapter 1. Current Event assignment on Ch 1 topics is due Thursday & Friday. Quizover chapter 1 is on Thursday & Friday. See me if any questions!

01/22/2013: Current Event: Find an article that represents one of the five power struggles we covered in class. Identify which it is and why. Due 01/25.


Current Event due Monday and Tuesday! Political cartoon or article on a US Government topic or issue. Must be within the last month.

01/15 in class: We will finish reading chapter 1. We will be discussion quotes on leadership and completing questions on power.

Due Friday: Current event article that represents Walkout, Power Struggle, Demolition Derby, or Civil Disobendience (see reading notes)

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Important Vocabulary

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