Government and Economics Honors 9th-12th - Tuesdays 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Instructor(s): Justin Archer

Government /Economics  (Notgrass Curriculum) 
Grade Level: 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th
Dates: Tuesdays
Time: 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm 
 
 
Semester 1 Government
Exploring Government is a one-semester high school course that provides a half-year credit in government. Lessons cover Federal, state, and local government and also contemporary issues in government. Special emphasis is placed on the Biblical basis for government and the U.S. Constitution. Each of the fifteen units is intended to be studied for one week. As students read through the lessons, they are assigned to read the documents, essays, and speeches from original sources. 
 
Semester 2 Economics 
 
Exploring Economics is a one-semester high school course that helps students understand economic terms and issues that have an impact on the United States and its citizens. This course introduces both microeconomics and macroeconomics, providing one half-year of credit for high school. Written from a perspective of faith in God and trust in His Word, Exploring Economics surveys Biblical teachings on money and finance, provides an overview of the economic history of the United States, gives a clear explanation of terms and concepts used in economics, discusses economic issues confronting us today, and puts our participation in the national and world economies on a personal level. In a time when economic activity is challenging classic definitions, Exploring Economics reasserts the importance of the free market system and enables students to take part in the economy with knowledge and faith.
 
Curriculum: Exploring Government-Notgrass, We Hold These Truths - Notgrass Textbook: Exploring Government-Notgrass, We Hold These Truths- Notgrass
 

Textbooks Required: Exploring Government and Exploring Economics Curriculum Package (4 total textbooks). Can be purchased at www.cbd.com or https://rainbowresource.com

ISBN-13 9781609990985

ISBN-13: 9781609990923

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