HONORS GOVERNMENT WEEK 1
1/4 - 1/8

CLASS

Monday 1/4
Day Zero Schedule
Tuesday 1/5
Schedule
Wednesday 1/6
Schedule
Thursday 1/7
Schedule
Friday 1/8
Schedule
H Lesson 1 X Lesson 2 Lesson 3 Lesson 4
CHAPTER 2
CONCEPTS AND VOCABULARY
Chapter 2 Notes Chapter 2 Powerpoint

POLITICS
POWER
AMENDMENT
ANTI-FEDERALISTS
ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION
BILL OF ATTAINDER
BILL OF RIGHTS
CHECKS AND BALANCES
COALITION
CONCURRENT POWERS
DEMOCRACY

CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION
ENUMERATED POWERS
EX POST FACTO LAW
FACTION
FEDERAL
UNITARY
FEDERALISTS
GREAT COMPROMISE
HABEAS CORPUS
AUTHORITY
LEGITIMACY

INALIENABLE
LINE-ITEM VETO
NEW JERSEY PLAN
REPUBLIC
RESERVED POWERS
SEPARATION OF POWERS
SHAY'S REBELLION
UNALIENABLE
VIRGINIA PLAN
GOVERNMENT
PRESIDENTIAL
PARLIAMENTARY

LESSON IN CLASS ASSIGNMENTS
Lesson 1
  • Review of First Semester Exam.
Acquire:  American Government, 10th edition by Wilson and Dilulio.

Homework:  Using only your prior knowledge, be prepared to define the following terms in your own words in the next class -  government, politics, democracy, liberal, conservative.

Lesson 2 Read:  Text,  Chapter 2, pgs. 17-21
Lesson 3
  • Purposes of Government
  • Types of Government Systems
Bring:  Laptops for Political Spectrum Assignment

Read
:  Text,  Chapter 2, pgs. 21-25
Lesson 4
  • The Problem of Liberty
  • The Colonial Mind
  • The Real Revolution
Read:  Text,  appendix- "The Declaration of Independence", pg. A1-A3

GRQ:  Chapter 2, 1-10

Answers must be In Your Own Words.

This MUST be turned in at the beginning of class BEFORE Tech Time is over at the beginning of the class period on TUESDAY, January 11--any assignment turned in after class will be penalized 1 point.