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Economics/ Government/ AP Government/ AP Macroeconomics

rwolff@aisd.net

682-867-8300

 

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Schedule:

Class Periods A-Day B-Day
1/5 Period 7:35-9:06 PLC AP Government Rm 279
2/6 Period 9:12-10:49 AP Macroecon. Rm 279 AP Government Rm 279
3/7 Period 11:42-1:13
 Dept. Meeting
4/8 Period 1:19-2:50 AP Macroecon. Rm 279 AP Government Rm 279

Grading Policies

AP MACROECONOMICS/AP GOVERNMENT:                                                         

(Reading Quizzes 30%, FRQ 20%,Test 50%)    

Grades updated in TEAMS Daily. Worked turned in after completion of the next Chapter is considered late

                      Tutorial Hours 7AM Daily, During Lunch (see me) and by appt.

Current Issues and Events UIL Webpage

Current Issues and Events practice test link!!

Lesson Plans:

 

 

EXPECTATIONS

Starting Class

During Class

Group Work

Independent Work

 

PREPAREDNESS

 

 

· Arrive on time

· Be ready to begin when bell rings

· Bring all your materials everyday

·  Bring all materials everyday

·  Talk only when appropriate

·  Move quickly and quietly into groups

·  Sit in correct location

·  Bring all of your supplies

 

RESPECT

 

 

 

·  Respect all persons

·  Put your cell phones up in appropriate manner

 

·  Stay awake and participate

·  Pay attention during entire class

·  Respect all members of groups

·  Talk in appropriate tones

·  Talk only when appropriate

 

INTEGRITY

 

 

 

·  Do your own work

·  Only ask to go to restroom when necessary

·  Contribute equally to your group

·  Do your own work honestly

 

DETERMINATION

 

 

 

·  Take initiative

·  Ask for assistance

·  Turn assignments in on time

·  Ask questions throughout lesson

·  Take pride in contributing to your group

·  Follow all instructions

 

ENCOURAGEMENT

 

 

 

·  Only talk when appropriate

·  Treat others as you wish to be treated

·  Respect everyone

·  Be a positive influence in  the classroom



AP Government

MONDAY: 4/17

Objectives:

1.    Understanding the roles of the federal court system.  Understand the terminology associated with court proceedings.

2.    Examine critical court cases in the development of American government..


Agenda:

1. Bellringer- Review

2. Ch 14 Reading Quiz (4th Period)

3. Court Cases presentations due!

4. Ch . 14 FRQ


Tuesday: 4/18

Objectives:

1.    Understanding the roles of the federal court system.  Understand the terminology associated with court proceedings.

2.    Examine critical court cases in the development of American government..

Agenda:

1. Bellringer- Review

2. Ch 14 Reading Quiz (4th Period)

3. Court Cases presentations due!

4. Ch . 14 FRQ


Weds: 4/19

Objectives:

1.    Understanding american civil liberties and the Bill of Rights.  

2.    Examine critical court cases in the development of American civil liberties.

Agenda:

1. Bellringer- Review

2. Ch 4 Reading Quiz 

3. Court Cases presentations 

4. AP Test Review


Thursday 4/20

Objectives:

1.    Understanding american civil liberties and the Bill of Rights.  

2.    Examine critical court cases in the development of American civil liberties.

Agenda:

1. Bellringer- Review

2. Ch 4 Reading Quiz 

3. Court Cases presentations 

4. AP Test Review

Friday: 4/21

Objectives:

1.    Understanding American civil rights movement, the legislation and court cases associated.  

2.    Examine critical court cases in the development of American civil rights.

Agenda:

1. Bellringer- Review

2. Ch 5 Reading Quiz 

3. Court Cases presentations 

4. AP Test Review

AP Macroeconomics

Monday: 4/17

A-Day

 Tuesday: 4/18

Objective:  The student will understand the impact of monetary and fiscal policy.

Agenda:

1. Unit Test Review

2. Unit 5/6 Unit test


Weds: 4/19

A-Day

Thursday: 4/20

Objectives:

1.    The student will understand the meaning, calculations, and types of exchange rates.

Agenda:

1. Bellringer

2. AP TEST Practice


4. Practice FRQ

Friday: 4/21

A-Day

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