Miller, John

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Class Supplies (partial)

For the Government/Economics class please obtain the following:

One—2-2.5 inch 3-ring binder

One—1-1.5 inch 3-ring binder for investment portfolio

One—Flash drive

After School Office Hours: Tues/Wed. 3:15-3:45

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Course List

moreUS Government/Economics 461-62

Description:

A major purpose of the course is to provide the opportunity for students to gain both critical and practical thinking skills through an integrated approach of the two main disciplines—American Government and Economics. From a critical thinking perspective, one goal of the class will be to achieve an understanding of the major themes and concepts that define and characterize the nature of government and economic systems in the U.S. and around the world. The first part of the course will focus on the fundamental concepts of Economics including: supply, demand and scarcity. Other topics include the organization of individual businesses and industries, the labor market, the role of government, money, banks, investing and the global economy. From a practical standpoint, this course is the culmination of history/social sciences classes to prepare students to solve society’s problems, to understand and to participate in the governmental process, and to be a responsible citizen of the United States and the world.


Syllabus:

Click here to download the US Government/Economics 461-62 syllabus (PDF)

Google Calendar:

Ongoing----record all purchases made with your money or money given/earned to/by you. Keep up with all current binder activities; don't procrastinate; keep in sequential order. Keep track of current event list so you are prepared on the day you are to present. Don't forget that you are able to re-enter current events that have NOT been turned in yet to enhance, elaborate, analyze in-depth, etc.

moreUS Government/Economics 461-62

Description:

A major purpose of the course is to provide the opportunity for students to gain both critical and practical thinking skills through an integrated approach of the two main disciplines—American Government and Economics. From a critical thinking perspective, one goal of the class will be to achieve an understanding of the major themes and concepts that define and characterize the nature of government and economic systems in the U.S. and around the world. The first part of the course will focus on the fundamental concepts of Economics including: supply, demand and scarcity. Other topics include the organization of individual businesses and industries, the labor market, the role of government, money, banks, investing and the global economy. From a practical standpoint, this course is the culmination of history/social sciences classes to prepare students to solve society’s problems, to understand and to participate in the governmental process, and to be a responsible citizen of the United States and the world.


Syllabus:

Click here to download the US Government/Economics 461-62 syllabus (PDF)

Google Calendar:

Ongoing----record all purchases made with your money or money given/earned to/by you. Keep up with all current binder activities; don't procrastinate; keep in sequential order. Keep track of current event list so you are prepared on the day you are to present. Don't forget that you are able to re-enter current events that have NOT been turned in yet to enhance, elaborate, analyze in-depth, etc.

moreUS Government/Economics 461-62

Description:

A major purpose of the course is to provide the opportunity for students to gain both critical and practical thinking skills through an integrated approach of the two main disciplines—American Government and Economics. From a critical thinking perspective, one goal of the class will be to achieve an understanding of the major themes and concepts that define and characterize the nature of government and economic systems in the U.S. and around the world. The first part of the course will focus on the fundamental concepts of Economics including: supply, demand and scarcity. Other topics include the organization of individual businesses and industries, the labor market, the role of government, money, banks, investing and the global economy. From a practical standpoint, this course is the culmination of history/social sciences classes to prepare students to solve society’s problems, to understand and to participate in the governmental process, and to be a responsible citizen of the United States and the world.


Syllabus:

Click here to download the US Government/Economics 461-62 syllabus (PDF)

Google Calendar:

Ongoing----record all purchases made with your money or money given/earned to/by you. Keep up with all current binder activities; don't procrastinate; keep in sequential order. Keep track of current event list so you are prepared on the day you are to present. Don't forget that you are able to re-enter current events that have NOT been turned in yet to enhance, elaborate, analyze in-depth, etc.

moreUS Government/Economics 461-62

Description:

A major purpose of the course is to provide the opportunity for students to gain both critical and practical thinking skills through an integrated approach of the two main disciplines—American Government and Economics. From a critical thinking perspective, one goal of the class will be to achieve an understanding of the major themes and concepts that define and characterize the nature of government and economic systems in the U.S. and around the world. The first part of the course will focus on the fundamental concepts of Economics including: supply, demand and scarcity. Other topics include the organization of individual businesses and industries, the labor market, the role of government, money, banks, investing and the global economy. From a practical standpoint, this course is the culmination of history/social sciences classes to prepare students to solve society’s problems, to understand and to participate in the governmental process, and to be a responsible citizen of the United States and the world.


Syllabus:

Click here to download the US Government/Economics 461-62 syllabus (PDF)

Google Calendar:

Ongoing----record all purchases made with your money or money given/earned to/by you. Keep up with all current binder activities; don't procrastinate; keep in sequential order. Keep track of current event list so you are prepared on the day you are to present. Don't forget that you are able to re-enter current events that have NOT been turned in yet to enhance, elaborate, analyze in-depth, etc.

moreUS Government/Economics 461-62

Description:

A major purpose of the course is to provide the opportunity for students to gain both critical and practical thinking skills through an integrated approach of the two main disciplines—American Government and Economics. From a critical thinking perspective, one goal of the class will be to achieve an understanding of the major themes and concepts that define and characterize the nature of government and economic systems in the U.S. and around the world. The first part of the course will focus on the fundamental concepts of Economics including: supply, demand and scarcity. Other topics include the organization of individual businesses and industries, the labor market, the role of government, money, banks, investing and the global economy. From a practical standpoint, this course is the culmination of history/social sciences classes to prepare students to solve society’s problems, to understand and to participate in the governmental process, and to be a responsible citizen of the United States and the world.


Syllabus:

Click here to download the US Government/Economics 461-62 syllabus (PDF)

Google Calendar:

Ongoing----record all purchases made with your money or money given/earned to/by you. Keep up with all current binder activities; don't procrastinate; keep in sequential order. Keep track of current event list so you are prepared on the day you are to present. Don't forget that you are able to re-enter current events that have NOT been turned in yet to enhance, elaborate, analyze in-depth, etc.

moreUS Government/Economics 461-62

Description:

A major purpose of the course is to provide the opportunity for students to gain both critical and practical thinking skills through an integrated approach of the two main disciplines—American Government and Economics. From a critical thinking perspective, one goal of the class will be to achieve an understanding of the major themes and concepts that define and characterize the nature of government and economic systems in the U.S. and around the world. The first part of the course will focus on the fundamental concepts of Economics including: supply, demand and scarcity. Other topics include the organization of individual businesses and industries, the labor market, the role of government, money, banks, investing and the global economy. From a practical standpoint, this course is the culmination of history/social sciences classes to prepare students to solve society’s problems, to understand and to participate in the governmental process, and to be a responsible citizen of the United States and the world.


Syllabus:

Click here to download the US Government/Economics 461-62 syllabus (PDF)

Google Calendar:

Ongoing----record all purchases made with your money or money given/earned to/by you. Keep up with all current binder activities; don't procrastinate; keep in sequential order. Keep track of current event list so you are prepared on the day you are to present. Don't forget that you are able to re-enter current events that have NOT been turned in yet to enhance, elaborate, analyze in-depth, etc.

moreUS Government/Economics 461-62

Description:

A major purpose of the course is to provide the opportunity for students to gain both critical and practical thinking skills through an integrated approach of the two main disciplines—American Government and Economics. From a critical thinking perspective, one goal of the class will be to achieve an understanding of the major themes and concepts that define and characterize the nature of government and economic systems in the U.S. and around the world. The first part of the course will focus on the fundamental concepts of Economics including: supply, demand and scarcity. Other topics include the organization of individual businesses and industries, the labor market, the role of government, money, banks, investing and the global economy. From a practical standpoint, this course is the culmination of history/social sciences classes to prepare students to solve society’s problems, to understand and to participate in the governmental process, and to be a responsible citizen of the United States and the world.


Syllabus:

Click here to download the US Government/Economics 461-62 syllabus (PDF)

Google Calendar:

Ongoing----record all purchases made with your money or money given/earned to/by you. Keep up with all current binder activities; don't procrastinate; keep in sequential order. Keep track of current event list so you are prepared on the day you are to present. Don't forget that you are able to re-enter current events that have NOT been turned in yet to enhance, elaborate, analyze in-depth, etc.