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Final Exam
Part II - FRQs

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Final Exam
Part I - Multiple Choice

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AP Government and Politics Exam

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QUIZ - Key Legislation

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QUIZ - Amendments 1-27

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All AP Exam checks are due by TODAY!

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TEST - Unit 7 (Public Policy)
*This is the last exam of the year before the AP exam!

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Chapter 20 questions due
*You are responsible for reading chapter 21 even though there are no questions on it

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Chapter 19 questions due

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Chapter 18 questions due

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In-class FRQ on the Bureaucracy/Judiciary

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TEST - unit 6
The Bureaucracy and the Judiciary

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Chapter 16 questions due

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Quiz - the Bureaucracy

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Research paper due

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Chapter 15 questions due

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Unit 5 exam

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TEST - Unit 5: Congress and the Presidency

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FRQ #3 on Congress

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QUIZ - Congress

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Chapter 14 questions due
*This is by 11:59 PM because I understand that you also have your quiz on Congress today. Anything not submitted by this time will be considered late. 

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QUIZ - Amendments 11-20
*This will be similar to the Bill of Rights quiz that we took earlier this year

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Chapter 13 questions due

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FRQ #2 - Linkage Institutions

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TEST - unit 4
This will include the unit 4 quiz material from before the midterm break

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FRQ #1
This will be on unit 4 material covered AFTER the midterm, meaning it will not be on campaign finance. 

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AP Government Midterm - 10:25-12:50
  • Bring pencils AND pens. Make sure all pencils are sharpened and that you have enough erasers.
  • The test will take place in Room 308.
  • A topic overview will be posted on Google Classroom.

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FRQ #3
 
We'll pick the unit of your choice as a class so that we can prep for our midterm :)

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TEST - unit 4 material covered up to this point
 
*We will continue this unit after midterm exams.
**Oops, the 17th isn't our testing day. This will be on the 18th.

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Thesis statements for research paper are due - must be typed and double-spaced. Handwritten copies will not be accepted.
 
This must be PRINTED and handed in. Digital copies will not be accepted. If you are absent, please email it to me at eandrinopoulos@stdoms.org

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Chapter 12 questions due

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QUIZ - unit 4 material up to this point

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In-class FRQ on unit 3
 
Hint: it will be on something covered after your last FRQ

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TEST - all material covered in this unit
 
This covers chapters 7-9 in your textbook. 

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Chapter 11 questions due

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In-class FRQ

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Read chapter 7 over the weekend. Please bring your American Government textbook to class on Tuesday.

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Read The Phantom Public in the American Polity reader. Please be prepared to discuss.
 
Socratic seminar? Maybe... 

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QUIZ - Civil Rights (information that did not make it to the test)

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Download and listen to The Daily from August 4th. Jot down some notes while you listen. The constitutionality of affirmative action makes for some good discussion...

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FRQ #3
This will be on the civil liberties and civil rights unit. 

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TEST - Civil Liberties and Civil Rights
*Last test of the quarter. We will not finish the Civil Rights portion of the unit. You will only be responsible for what was covered in class. 

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QUIZ - Supreme Court cases
*This is all the cases we've covered up to this point. I will post a doc with all of the cases and you'll just have to highlight the ones we've covered.

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Chapter 6 questions due

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QUIZ - Bill of Rights
*This is to ensure that you are fully versed on the Bill of Rights, especially since we're selectively incorporating them into the states.

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FRQ #2 in class
*The topic will be related to Unit 1. Please study all Unit 1 notes (as you have already done for your test). I would also suggest looking over your notes from our presentations.

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EXAM - Constitutional Underpinnings

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Modern day federalism presentations will continue. Please come prepared to present. If you have presented already, please be prepared to take notes on the presentations as needed.
 
*Remember to share the presentation with me.

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Modern day federalism presentations will begin today. Please come prepared to present. If you are not presenting, please come prepared to take any notes as you listen.
 
*Remember to share the presentation with me.

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Read the assigned court cases that have been posted on Classroom

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Chapter 3 questions due

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In-class AP FRQ on the Constitution

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Checkpoint quiz - all material covered up to this point within Constitutional Underpinnings

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Read Federalist No. 51 and Brutus I

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Read Federalist No. 10 before coming to class

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Read chapter 1 in American Government. A list of vocabulary and guiding questions will be posted on Google Classroom.

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Summer assignment parts II and III due
  • Remember to share the current events through Google Drive
  • The American Congress assignment must be uploaded onto Turn It In and handed in as a hard copy

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Detach and complete the last page of the course outline

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Welcome emails must be sent before the first day of school. Refer to page 2 of the summer assignment packet for details.