|Click here to view an Adobe (PDF) document that provides the new College
Board approved syllabus for 2019-2020. Click here to view an MS Word
document that provides the course syllabus, including the course outline,
grading criteria and classroom rules. Click here to view model term paper 1 and
here to view model term paper 2.
|Click here to link to the College Board
website, where you can find
information about the national A. P.
Government & Politics Test on
Monday, May 4, 2020, in the morning.
|Thu, 4-2: Chapter 17, pp. 485-494, questions 5-14 and
Fri, 4-3: Chapter 17, pp. 494-508, questions 15-19 and
Weekend (4-4 and 4-5): Chapter 18, pp. 514-526,
questions 1-7 and slides 48-60
Mon, 4-6: Chapter 18, pp. 526-541, questions 8-10 and
Tue, 4-7: Chapter 14, pp. 383-393, questions 1-13 and
Wed, 4-8: Chapter 14, pp. 393-412, questions 14-34
and slides 34-80
Please also go to Google Classroom and carefully
read my April 3rd posting. There is very important
information about the national test and the rest of
the semester included in that posting.
Email Simoncini with any questions or comments
|A. P. Government
and 4th Periods.
|Click here to view an MS Word document that shows the general day-by-day
lesson plan, with homework assignments, by month for the 2019-2020 school
year--previous months, current month and future months
are due this
Friday. Click here
for an example of
a current events
|Here are some websites that complement our in-class and textbook learning.
Here are some general websites for the year.
Click here to learn more about Presidents of the United States.
Click here to learn more about the U. S. House of Representatives
Click here to learn more about the U. S. Senate
Click here to access the website of the Library of Congress--an excellent
sourse for issues on government and economics
Click here to learn more about the Executive Branch
Click here to learn more about the United States Supreme Court
Click here to learn more about the government of the State of California.
Click here to learn more about general economics.
Click here to learn more about the Federal Reserve Board and its powers and
Click here to see the New York Stock Exchange Website
Click here to find free stock quotes Click here for the Bureau of Labor Statistics
Click here to visit the website for the Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC)
Click here to visit an excellent website that helps define economics terms
|Weekly current events rotation for our next session on:
February 21, 2020 (Blue teams) Know Nothings: OPED;
Frank Matthews Party: State and Local; Federalists:
Cartoon; Peace and Freedom Party: National; Nativists: