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American Government Syllabus  

 

 United States Government Syllabus  2017-2018    Coach McLennan
Course Description
The high school government course focuses on the United States founding 
principles and beliefs. Students will study the structure, function, and 
powers of government at the local, state, and national levels.
Materials
Three ring binder (1 inch minimum)/Loose-leaf paper
Pencil, black or blue pens
Grading
Grades for this course are based on total points possible ( points earned 
divided by possible points= grade) There will be a variety of assessment 
methods used including tests, quizzes, class activities, and homework.
Attendance and Conduct
Students are expected to follow all county board, school, and classroom rules 
and policies.
All assignments are to be turned in on time.
Tests and major assignments are announced in advance, so students are 
expected to take the test and turn in assignments at the assigned time.
Students with excused absences will have two days after an absence to make up 
missed work.
Consequences for misbehavior
1.	Warning
2.	Conference with teacher after class
3.	Corporal punishment
4.	Referral to the office
*severity of the infraction may result in changing the order of consequenses
Course Outline
Aug 7-9   Chap 1  Principles
    12-16 Chap 1/2 Origins of American Democracy
    19-22 Chap 2   Historical Documents
    26-30 Chap 3  Constitution/ Bill of Rights
Sept 3-6  Chap 4  Federalism
     9-13 Chap 5  Political Parties
     16-20 Chap 6 Voting
     23-30 Chap 7 Electoral Process
Oct  1-4   Unit 3 Congress
     7-11   
     21-25 Chap 9 Interest Groups
     28-31 Chap 17 Foriegn Policy/Defense
Nov  4-8    
     11-15 Chap 18 Supreme Court
     18-22 Chap 23 Compare Econ Systems
Dec  2-6   Chap 23
     9-13
     16-19 Review/Final
 

World History Syllabus  

 

  World History Syllabus      2017-2018      Coach McLennan
Course Description
Students will study the history of humankind beginning with the French Revolution and 
Moving forward to modern times and comtemporary issues.
Materials
Three ring binder (1 inch minimum)/Loose-leaf paper
Pencil, black or blue pens.
Grading 
Grades  for this course are based on total points possible ( points earned 
divided by possible points= grade) There will be a variety of assessment 
methods used including tests, quizzes, class activities, and homework.

Attendance and Conduct
Students are expected to follow all county board, school, and classroom rules 
and policies.
All assignments are to be turned in on time.
Tests and major assignments are announced in advance, so students are 
expected to take the test and turn in assignments at the assigned time.
Students with excused absences will have two days after an absence to make up 
missed work.Five unexcused absences will result in one Saturday School.

Consequences for misbehavior
1.	Warning
2.	Conference with teacher after class
3.	Corporal punishment
4.	Referral to the office
*severity of the infraction may result in changing the order of consequences

Coures outline
Aug. 7-9   Chap 1  Prehistory/Early Civilizations
     12-16 Chap 2  Egypt/Middle East
     19-22 Chap 4  Greece
     26-30 Chap 5  Rome/Christianity
Sept 3-6   Chap 6  Americas
     9-13  Chap 7  Early Europe/Feudalism
     16-20 Chap 8  Church/Crusades
     23-30 Chap 10 Islam
Oct  1-25  Chap 13 Renaissance/Reformation/Scientific Rev
     28-31 Chap 14 Global Age
Nov  1-8   Chap 15 Global Age
     11-22 Chap 16-18 Absolutism/Elightenment/American Rev/Napoleon/French 
Dec  2-13  Chap 19/21 Industrial Rev
     16-20  Review/Mid-term
Jan  7-10  Chap 22 Nationalism in Europe
     13-17 Chap 23 Growth of Democracies
     21-24 Chap 24 Imperialism
     27-31 Chap 26 World War I
Feb  3-7   Chap 26
     10-14 Chap 28 Totalitarianism
     18-28 Chap 29 World War II
March3-14  Chap 30 Cold War
     17-21 Chap 31 New Nations
     24-4  Chap 32 Regional Conflicts
April 7-25 Chap 33 Developing World
      28-9 Chap 34 World Today
May  Review/Final

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