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  1. I'll start. I can copy and paste anyone's info into the first posts. Moved asynchronous and live class info to 2nd post. COMPLETE CURRICULUM/TRADITIONAL OPTIONS Notgrass Government includes student text, primary source text, student review workbook, tests Online class: unknown Credits: 0.5 Link: https://history.notgrass.com/high-school/exploring-government/ Abeka Full course including tests. Link: https://www.abeka.com/abekaonline/BookDescription.aspx?sbn=376272 Credits: ? BJU Press Full course including tests. Link: https://www.bjupress.com/category/grade-12-american-government-curriculum Credits: ? Masterbooks Civics and the Constitution Texts, video, teacher guide Credits: Link: https://www.masterbooks.com/civics-and-the-constitution-curriculum-pack Beautiful Feet Books A Noble Experiment by Zeezok--text, video, teacher Length: 16 weeks Link: https://www.bfbooks.com/A-Noble-Experiment-DVD-Set-Teacher-Resource-CD-Workbook?sc=25&category=1309 Accelerated Christian Education (ACE Paces) ACE (Accelerated Christian Education) PACES -- Gov't = 1133-1138 -- CD Roms + workbooks Sonlight American Government and Civics Length: 18 weeks (1 semester) Link: https://www.sonlight.com/420-99?gclid=Cj0KCQiA88X_BRDUARIsACVMYD9SYf6dJMG2AxmMokYD_mUJ_E2WwNQGVkbfJdMeEX28omwZh29k6ScaAjVBEALw_wcB Kolbe Academy Purchase plans from them. Includes tests, and answer keys. Credits: 0.5 book link: https://books.kolbe.org/search?q=HH11GVTKYK Link: https://kolbe.org/courses/homeschool/courses/high-school/history-curriculum/ Alpha Omega AO Life Pacs (workbook set) Switched on Schoolhouse CDs -- Christian Time for Learning Time 4 Learning -- secular My Father's World part of a larger package that includes U.S. History, etc. Credits: U.S. history, government, English, and Bible (3 full-year credits) Link: https://www.mfwbooks.com/item/96300/U-S-History-to-1877/ Magruder's American Government Text, teacher, tests (secular) Read full description--it appears there is writing included in some way https://www.rainbowresource.com/category/10365/Magruders-American-Government.html Generations It appears this might include government but I can't tell if you can purchase just the government components or must buy the entire 10th grade core Link: https://sites.generations.org/curriculum/10th-grade-core-curriculum/ We The People self-paced course, textbook, teacher's book link to textbook: https://www.civiced.org/we-the-people/textbooks/high-school Note: site says they won't sell teacher books to non-schools link to individual units with primary sources: https://www.civiced.org/resourcecenter/ correlated primary source list: https://www.civiced.org/images/stories/downloads/WethePeople_Level3_PrimarySourceCorrelation_ConSource.pdf comment from boardie Paige: I don't see this listed, but we're using We The People as a spine and it has some excellent free supplemental resources online. https://learn.civiced.org/course/index.php?categoryid=1 We're adding to it but I'm not sure you'd have to. I got the corresponding textbooks and a teacher's guide from thriftbooks but you need to be careful if you go that route. My teacher's guide and texts aren't for exactly the same issue and the chapters don't always line up. It's ok but I should have paid more attention to the publication dates. I didn't even know about the online option until we'd gotten several units in- I wish we'd used it from the start as it would have simplified my planning. It's secular and politically neutral, IMO. CLEP OPTIONS Modern States U.S. Government This is prep for a CLEP test only. Approx time required: 24 hours Link: https://modernstates.org/course/american-government/ CREATE YOUR OWN COURSE OPTIONS (some full texts, some videos, etc.) Gov't = Complete Idiot's Guide to American Government - Gov't = The Everything American Government Book Gov't = Standard Deviants: American Gov't Super Pack (secular; 10 DVD set; 3.5 hours) Open Source/MOOC options- edX: American Government Hillsdale College free courses: https://online.hillsdale.edu/landing/civil-rights-in-american-history https://online.hillsdale.edu/landing/constitution-101 https://online.hillsdale.edu/landing/congress https://online.hillsdale.edu/landing/intro-to-the-constitution https://online.hillsdale.edu/landing/the-us-supreme-court https://online.hillsdale.edu/landing/public-policy https://online.hillsdale.edu/landing/the-federalist-papers https://online.hillsdale.edu/landing/the-presidency-and-the-constitution https://online.hillsdale.edu/landing/constitution-201 Ashbrook Center 50 Core Documents https://ashbrook.org/50docs/ https://teachingamericanhistory.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/50-Core-American-Documents.pdf Ashbrook Center--Ashland University American History and Government: Using Primary Source Documents to Uncover America's Past pdf files. I have them, but can't figure out where to find them online. PM me if you want them. There are two volumes. I don't believe there are any tests. Credits: ? History, Government and Economics through Primary Sources. Free online textbook: new website (updated link 9/21/2021) https://billofrightsinstitute.org/curricula/documents-of-freedom multiple resource listing from boardie who taught government: https://forums.welltrainedmind.com/topic/674785-government-course-resources/?tab=comments#comment-8120412 includes this free online textbook: https://www.ushistory.org/gov/index.asp GA Virtual Learning Course: http://www.gavirtuallearning.org/Resources/SSResources/SSShared/SharedAmericanGovernment.aspx Annenberg Learner From BakersDozen:- Annenberg Learner-30 minute videos (3 segments, 10 minutes each) and some of the best reading selections I've found in any Gov't/Civics course. I pair with Constitution USA (Peter Sagal) videos and applicable movies.Annenberg Democracy in America AJS Materials (MamaSprout): From MamaSprout: "I would consider AJS materials to be complete in an absolute minimal sort of way. It does suggest some activities to flesh it out a bit. Good to use as a spine for videos or mock government:" https://www.ajspublications.com/our-federal-and-state-constitutions-worktext and the TE: https://www.ajspublications.com/accompanying-materials ACDC Government Ultimate review packet (from the acdc econ people). If Derek Owens did a AP review course, this would be it. Again, might be nice if you are reading from a book list (or something like MPs Cicero) and need the nuts and bolts of American government covered. https://www.ultimatereviewpacket.com/courses/gov iCitizen from Momto6inIN "I did the iCitizen pdf with my 11th grader this year and it was great. The chapters were to the point but pretty complete and the essay questions at the end of each provided her with some great opportunities for research and writing. We also watched Crash Course videos to supplement." https://generationjoshua.org/GenJ/programs/civics-education/icitizen Supreme Court Case Studies by Glencoe https://www.uniontwpschool.org/cms/lib/NJ01000684/Centricity/Domain/236/supreme court case studies.pdf Civics Today: Citizenship, Economics and You: Supreme Court Case Studies by Glencoe It includes 68 Supreme Court case studies. It only appears to have cases through 2001. I was hoping to supplement our study with some Supreme Court decisions and this looks like a nice resource Purdue University civics Purdue added a civics requirement for their students. There are podcasts with questions and resources available here: https://cla.purdue.edu/academic/communication/cspan/ccse/civics-literacy-initiative/
  2. I'm doing America Government with my high schooler this year and so I was looking for some biographies to go along with her readings. I'm thinking of maybe George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, Teddy Roosevelt... Anyone else you can recommend that would go along with American Government. I'm just looking for some good biographies. She's not a big reader if that helps any. Thanks!
  3. My kids are studying American and Comparative Government this year with the intention of sitting for the AP Government exams in the spring. I'm leading a study group in our coop of the American Government section this fall. I created a WTM Social Group for American and Comparative Government as a place to share resources, book recommendations, and study tips. I think there were some other families here doing government. I'd love to have some company.
  4. In dd's one textbook, the definitions seems so simplistic that I started searching online and came across this quote: "My explanation should help you if you are in college. If you are in high school you will need to learn this based on your text book and what is right varies state by state. Most states have politicians choose the text book and the book will use whatever definition please your state politicians. If your in high school you need to follow the book." from a Canadian Yahoo site When looking at another US high school Am. Gov textbook which was quite different, for Texas, I could see his point. I guess I'm surprised that there can be such differences in state teaching about this...and (this is not at all meant to start emotionally charged debates about politics) from Europe, where there are seriously 'socialist' countries, when we heard news from the states where people were calling Obama socialist, it seemed like people didn't know the meaning of the word.... I'm wondering if there are sites that people can recommend which can give definitions of these words which would hold true in other parts of the world - ie - description of socialism which fits counties that are socialist. I realize that these definitions are getting much more blurred as the years go by....China used to be communist but has lots of capitalism going on... And then there is the mixing of economics with politics which sometimes really confuses me....I have this real life exposure to countries here, but am not always sure where they fall on the continuums....and sometimes, such as in the UK, health care is nationalized while lots of other parts of society are not.... I'm hoping for help but not debates...just calm discussion. Thanks! Joan
  5. I found a cool online seminar on the US Constitution from the Center for the Constitution at Montpelier (James Madison's home). There is a pre-assessment, 7 lessons and then a post assessment. I did the first lesson, which took about 30 minutes. Most of it is reading, with some pictures of related primary source documents (political cartoons, illustrations from the past). There were also several panel discussion video clips (each about 5 minutes long).
  6. Has anyone used "The 5000 year Leap?" for American Government? What did you think? If you haven't used it....what did you use? I need help planning a course in American government for my ds, a sophomore next year. Thank you.
  7. I've just finalized my plans for American Government for my emerging 9th Grader. I plan to use the Hippocampus syllabus because it provides the lesson plans, multi-media 'lecture' presentations, writing assignments, and chapter tests. I also REALLY like that it is free. They provide a list of textbooks to choose from so you can pick your favorite. After researching, I decided to go with American Government History and Policies by Wilson because it seemed the most balanced of all the choices and I think that's important in this subject. The trouble is, the syllabus only assigns the chapter reading for SOME of the textbooks on this list. I don't particularly like the looks of THOSE textbooks. Grrrrrr. What would you do? Just go through the book and assign the reading by topic? Pick a different book so that you don't have to do the planning yourself? It's all topical, so it shouldn't be too hard to align the textbook to the syllabus, but history is the subject that we tend to put off in my house and I know we can't get away with this in high school. Does anyone know of an expanded list where this particular book has been broken up to go along with the Hippocampus schedule? Dare I hope? TIA KungFuPanda
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