Looking for a complete high school government curriculum?
Exploring Government by Ray Notgrass is a one-semester course for high school. It provides one half-year of credit in U.S. government and an optional half-year of credit in English (literature and composition).
Students explore the government of the United States from its beginning to the present with special emphasis on the Biblical pattern for government and on the U.S. Constitution. By learning about the operations of federal, state, and local government, and about issues facing our nation today, students become better equipped to understand, pray for, and be involved in our country’s government.
Here are the components you can choose from to create your bundle:
The Curriculum Package includes Exploring Government, We Hold These Truths (a collection of original source documents), and Guide for Parents. This package gives you all of the lessons and assignments you need to complete the course, but it does not include any review or test material or the recommended literature.
The Student Review Pack includes the Student Review, with daily review questions and literature review questions; the Quiz and Exam Book, with a quiz for each unit and three exams; and the Answer Key.
The Literature Package includes the four books assigned as part of the optional English credit. The collection includes two biographies and two autobiographies.
This bundle includes all of the books listed above. You get the Curriculum Package, Student Review Pack, and Literature Package. You'll have everything you need for your student to earn a half-year of credit in U.S. government and English.
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