May 8, 2018
Work on Unit 7 & 8 Study Guie
Business mini project - Due Monday, May 14

Vocabulary handouts for Economics - Turn in either Wednesday or Thursday

May 7, 2018
Vocabulary worksheets

OOPS - I goofed and didn't update this well :(
April 12, 2018
Work on Crime Venn Diagram & Supreme Court review-- this is due after SSR 4/13
Work on Comic Strip - this is due 4/16
Unit 6 test 4/20

April 9, 2018
Have you printed the U 6 Study Guide?
Work on the Comic Strip 4/16

Work on the Legal Packet: Due 4/12

March 15, 2018
Test tomorrow, there are review videos on Crash Course!

March 14, 2018
2nd - watch Crash Course Video
Study Guides - Test Friday

March 13, 2018
Venn Diagram
Study Guides

March 12, 2018
Want AD
Study Guides

March 9, 2018
Finish Want Ad
Work on Study Guides

March 8, 2018
Print up Cabinet Graphic Key from notes and read
Work on your Executive Branch study guide
possible videos that will help

March 7, 2018
Print Unit 4 Executive Branch & Possible Short Answers
Complete Presidential Chart
possible videos that will help

March 6, 2018
Complete the Venn Diagram comparing the US Congress to the NC General Assembly
Complete the Legislative Branch Study Guide & Taxes

March 5, 2018
Complete the Federal Side of the Chart --> this is a review
Read the packet you picked up in class --> Those who wish to enhance their test taking skills should annotate & bring any questions to class tomorrow

March 1 & 2, 2018
Work on study guide U 4 Legislative
Go over all Congress notes

February 28, 2018
Bring in a possible Congressional Short Answer question and response

February 26 & 27, 2018
Print a Unit 4 Legislative Branch study guide and begin working on it
Bring in a newspaper article regarding the US Congress

February 19, 2018
Project due on Thursday
Test on Friday UNIT 3

February 15, 2018
Read and Annotate Ben's Guide Powers paper
Begin Rights Project:
Everyone must create a Rights Project [formal grade] that demonstrates the 3 categories of Rights via pictures and then LINK the amendments into the appropriate category. Please include a brief definition of each category and HOW each amendment links to said category of rights.

February 14, 2018
Finish Constitution Scavenger hunt
Work on Unit 3 Study Guide

February 12 & 13, 2018
Due Wednesday 2/14-->Create a foldable of the 4 Underlying Principles of the US Constitution:
1. Popular Sovereignty; 2. Federalism; 3. Limited Government; 4. Separation of Powers
Each concept must have a personal Civics definition and a picture that fits with the concept.
Find a sentence/phrase to support the idea of the Principles of the US Constitution in the following Federalist Papers: Federalism - 45; Separation of Powers - 51; Popular Sovereignty - 58; & Limited Government - 26.
Here is a website that helps:
Then on a separate sheet of paper also define the following: enumerated powers, reserved powers, concurrent powers, expressed powers, delegated powers, & inherent powers

February 6, 2018
Finish Annotating the Declaration of Independence Power Point
Create a break up letter with Great Britain - A MINIMUM of 3 long term causes of the American Revolution and 3 short term causes of the American Revolution are to be included

February 5, 2018
Annotate the Short Term Causes of the American Revolution notes - either the Power Point or the Excel Document on the Class Notes page

February 1 & 2, 2018
Complete any of the Colonial Brain/Long Term Causes notes you did not finish in class
Work on your Map Assignment which is due on MONDAY
Work on your Study Guide - DO THE SHORT ANSWERS!

January 30, 2018 - changed
Map Assignment - Due MONDAY page R 21 in online text:
Are you working on your Study Guides?
First test projected next week! Thursday or Friday

January 29, 2018
Annotate the New RRD Power Point:
This is on the Class Notes Page

January 26, 2018
Finish the Intro to Civics Power Point

January 25, 2018
Familiarize yourself to the wiki
Complete the Late Work Policy phrase on syllabus & turn in
10 picture assignment: You must choose 10 terms from the Intr to Civics power point and print and/or draw what these 10 terms have to do with Americans or who Americans are. Due Monday, January 29, 2018