American Government 150-E Sheltered for English Learners
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voice message: 314-390-9280
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You will find information here about lessons and assignments for American History class. You will also find assignments and information in your TEAMS site.
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My virtual office hours this week will be:
- Monday 3rd Period 11:55-1:25
- Tuesday 6th Period 9:55 - 11:25
- Wednesday 3rd Period 11:55-1:25
- Thursday 6th Period 9:55 -11:25
- Friday 3rd Period 11:55-1:25
- The school day ends at 3:12. If you need a meeting later in the afternoon or evening, please make an appointment.
- More Resources:
- Click HERE to for a free online couse about the Constitution from Hillsdale College.
This Week in Government Class:
See the topics and activities planned for this week.
Week #17 Jan 18 - 22 -- The Presidential Inauguration and How A Bill Becomes Law
Watch a video about the Functionsn of Government: Video: Functions of Government
Read a short article about Democracy: Ducksters Article about Democracy
Click to watch a video that explains how the president is elected: Video: Electing the President
Click to watch the video about the Democratic Party Beliefs: Video: Democratic Party Beliefs
Listen to the passage for Oral Test on Declaration of Independence Declaration Oral Test Sample
Listen to Vocabulary Recitation for We The People, Chapter 3 Listen to Vocab Recitation WTP-3
To download and print Vocabulary Notes WTP-3, click here: Vocabulary Recitation WTP-3
Listen to the recitation about John Locke and Natural Rights -- Recitation: John Locke and Natural Rights