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Students in all classes will write Journals and construct Projects as part of their grade.  For this year, students in AP Govt. will write 3 Journals per Quarter and complete one Project, while students in the Psychology class will write 4 Journals and complete a variable number of Projects each Quarter.  Journal due dates and AP Project deadlines are given below.  Psych Project due dates will be assigned when the Project is assigned.  If you have the good fortune to have me for both classes, you will follow the Psych Journal due dates, and (unfortunately) have to keep track of Project deadlines in BOTH classes.  Please note that these are Deadline dates, which are expected to be met.  No excuse will be considered sufficient for late work, since all this work can be turned in early.  Do not wait until the last minute to do your work!
AP US G&P JournalsAP US G&P ProjectsPsych Journals
Deadlines: 9/1 , 9/15, 9/29Constitution Project due date 10/2Deadlines: 8/25 , 9/8 , 9/22 , 10/6

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AP U. S. Government & Politics
Documents are in Word or pdf format,

Powerpoints are now in .pptx format.

Curriculum Guide

Syllabus

Introductory

Powerpoint

Project 4

Bracket

Group Sheet

 Constitution Unit

Constitutional Background

Constitutional Construction

 

Branches of Govt. Unit

Legislative Branch

Executive Branch

& Bureaucracy

Judicial Branch

 Political Culture Unit

Political Culture

 

 Spectrum Quiz

Candidate Quiz

Political Bias Test

 Campaigns Unit

Campaigns, Interest

Groups, and Media

 

 

Civil Rights and Liberties Unit

Civil Liberties & Rights

 

 

 Economics Unit

 Economics

 

             

Bill of Rights Scholarship Contest



 

 Psychology

All classroom slideshows will be in PowerPoint format

unless it says otherwise.

Syllabus

Unit #

 Textbook Chapters

Resources

Introductory Powerpoint

I

1

Fundamentals of Psychology

II

1
History of Psychology

III

5
Consciousness

IV

9 Intelligence

V

7 Memory

VI

13 Motivation & Emotion

VII

14 Personality

VIII

18 Psychological Disorders

Contemporary History
Lesson Plans are in WORD format,
while Resources are in printable html.

Outline

Special Links

Unit I

Lesson Plan

Resource Page

Einstein Lesson

Unit II

Lesson Plan

Resource Page

Review Activities

Unit III

Lesson Plan

Resource Page

Unit IV

Lesson Plan

Resource Page

Unit V

Lesson Plan

Resource Page

Unit VI

Lesson Plan

Resource Page

Unit VII

Lesson Plan

Resource Page

Unit VIII

Lesson Plan

Resource Page

 

 

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