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These notes cover what will be on the first exam
These notes will help with the exam and preparing the study guide if you missed something the professor said in class.
These notes consist of the outline provided by our professor along with the information from the book that could be used to answer the questions. Last bullet points will be covered in class and I will add the last few bullets after tomorrows class session.
These notes cover what was talked about on Monday (1/25/2016) and for most of the class session Wednesday (1/27/2016). This includes the professor's outline along with the reading notes.
These notes cover what was talked about during week 1 of our course (e.g. 1/25/16 and 1/27/16). It uses the professor's outline and the book to answer the questions. The rest of week 1 notes will be posted next week when we finish the second outline from the Superclass book.
These notes cover pages 17-35 in Wasserman.
These notes cover what was discussed in class during week 3.
These notes are from the second week of the semester, however they are the first week that we took notes in class. Topics include democracy, the founding of the United States, the Declaration of Independence, and the founding fathers.
This is the study guide for Exam #1. It includes key terms and basic ideas for topics such as federalism, the Constitution, checks and balances and the Articles of Confederation.
These notes cover pgs 236-250 from the Wasserman book.
These notes cover what was discussed in class on February 8, 2016. They cover the second half of Wasserman Chapter 2.
These notes cover Chapter 3 of Wasserman.
exam 1 notes
These notes cover what might be on the final exam.
exam 2 study guide
Exam 3 notes
exam 4 notes
Exam 5 Notes
Key terms from the "Living Democracy" textbook.
Textbook Readings pp. 34-35, 36-38, 337, 562-566, 338-342
Key points from in-class lecture (Wednesday 8/24)
Pages 39-63 key terms from textbook
Lecture noted from Monday 8/29 and Wednesday 8/31
These are the notes from lecture during Week Two.
These notes cover what's going to be on the exam as well as some page numbers for reference and includes a description of the composition of the exam.
These class notes from week 3 cover a section of what will be on our next exam!
Textbook reading notes pp. 568-581 and 57
Lecture notes W 9/7
This study guide follows the format of the study guide the professor gave us.
Readings pp. 457-459, 461-466
Beach Board readings
Lecture notes 9/12
Lecture Notes from 9/21
Class lecture notes from Week 4!
Week 5 Class lecture notes!
9/26 and 9/28
Notes from class lecture for week 6!
Class lecture notes from week 7 (includes things not included on the online slides)
REVISED STUDY GUIDE!! If you are having trouble viewing it please use Google Chrome(:
notes from W 10/5
Compiled study guide from the study guide handout
*Questions are answered in the order of the handout
monday 10/17 and 10/19
I have made some changes to how I create review sheets so hopefully this makes the experience a little better. EVERYTHING on the review sheet is covered and included is whats on the exam, the exam question and answers, and a pdf version in case you have trouble downloading!
Every question is labeled along with the sections. It follows exactly the order on the study guide he gave us. Good luck guys!!!
Lecture notes on conservatism
continued from judicial notes
the study guide follows the format of the posted study guide
POSC FInal Study Guide
This is a completed study guide of what is on the final along with notes about the test.
Notes for exam 2
-chapters one through five lectures and readings from the textbook
-extra credit questions
These notes cover what was discussed in the first lecture of class.
These notes cover the assigned reading for week two (1/31) which was chapter 1.
These notes cover the material (ch. 1) discussed in class during lecture.
These notes cover the assigned reading for 2/2/17 (ch. 2)
These notes cover topics discussed in class for the second week.
These notes cover all material discussed in lecture for Week 3.
bill of rights
-positives and negatives
These notes describe the power and citizenship in American Politics
These notes cover the material discussed in lecture for week four.
These notes cover the material assigned for Week 5. (Chapter 4)
This is an in-depth study guide of all the material discussed in lecture and at the review session.
This is my study guide for the second exam. It includes everything from lecture notes, readings, things she mentioned at the end of lectures, and from the review session.
Direct democracy and California's policies
This is a study guide that covers all of the material needed for the final exam.
These are some class notes for the final.
notes for week 1
notes for week 2
notes for week 3
notes for week 4
study guide for exam 1
These notes explain what politics are and why politics are necessary