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Lecture Notes for September 14
Had to leave 10 minutes early for a meeting!
These are the lecture notes from September 7!
These are the lecture notes from Sept. 21
Howdy! These are notes I have taken from the book for Chapters 1-5. These will be covered on the test along with what we talked about in lecture. I post lectuere notes weekly so feel free to check them out! I hope this helps and i didn't leave anything out.
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Here are the lecture notes for Sept 26
These are the class notes for October 3
These are the notes from Oct 24 lecture
These are notes I have taken from the text book. All rights go to Jon Bond and Kevin Smith. Good Luck on the test!
These are the notes for oct 31
lecture notes for nov. 21
These are the lecture notes for Nov. 28
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there are the lecture notes from dec 7
notes from 1/23/17
continuation of chapter 1
study guide for test 2
These notes cover the first lecture in detail as well as basic parts of the syllabus and study tips that are good to know! This professor emphasized that her exams are geared towards the lectures and not the book so the notes for this semester are crucial to have!
These notes cover Chapters 1 and 2 that were taken over 3 class meetings. Analyzing American Democracy: Politics and Political Science> The Basics of Democracy, The American Constitution.
These notes cover in depth the lecture from Tuesday (1/23/18) about Thomas Paine's "Common Sense" and the forms of government including an explanation of the Classical Theory. The next class is Thursday (1/25/18) so I will be updating this with more notes to complete Week 2! Feel free to wait until then but these are still very detailed as of now!
This is the first set of notes from the first couple of weeks.
These notes are lengthy because it goes over the federalist papers (one of our readings), the Constitution, important court cases in detail. Also included are important quotes from each that will most likely be on the test! Good luck!
This is the second set of notes that will be included in the first test.
This is a very detailed review for the first exam! It's almost word for word from the lectures and includes more than enough information needed to study for this test!
These are the notes from the lecture before the first exam and everything on here was on the exam so it's very helpful!
These notes cover in detail public opinion, media, and court cases related to it. This week of notes is very descriptive compared to last week's and breaks everything down so you can clearly see the differences and can do comparisons when studying for the exam. Hope it's helpful!
These notes cover important terms and court cases that will be on the exam. Each term is described in detail and different parts to get everything you need to know about it. I will also be uploading a detailed exam review soon! Good luck!
Here is the study guide for the exam! I included every single detail I found in the notes over each of the terms and court cases listed. It'll be very helpful for your studying! Remember this exam is supposed to be easier than the first one but don't let your guard down! Good luck!