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The final study guide is up!
here is a study guide for the final exam
lecture notes from Tuesday, June 7
Study guide for first exam.
One week of notes
Chapter 8 notes
These notes cover what will be on the test
These notes cover material from all of chapter 1.
These notes cover all the material in Chapter 1, and also include the section reviews for each section at the end.
These are a combination of notes from both lecture and the assigned readings.
Hey! These are notes from the second and third chapter of the textbook along with info from study quizzes. Please use this as much as you want and don't be shy to ask for help or clarification (:
These notes cover lecture topics from Chapter 2
Notes from Week 1 of American Government (Chapter 1)
Notes from chapter 6.1 in the textbook.
These cover the first week and part of the exam.
These notes cover week 2 of the class.
These notes cover the third week of class.
These notes cover major topics from Chapter 1- Chapter 4 including review questions from the textbook, for our exam on Friday, Good Luck!
These notes are going to cover Chapter 4 Sections 1-3. Section 4.4 will be uploaded within the next couple hours along with the study guide for our first exam.
I will post the general answers the day before the test (Thursday, September 15)
This study guide is the someone given to us from iCollege just with the answers in red (:
These are all the points Dr. Gardiner mentioned to study for in his document but in full detail. It's organized from chapter one all the way the Chapter 5. Hope this helps! (:
These are my handwritten notes from week1 in his class. I hv=ave each note dated with what day of class it was.
This is Sally Elienotetaker from your afternoon class, Intro to American Government.
Hope you all are having a good studying for Monday!!
I have uploaded 2 documents that cover all the material for chapter 7 and 9 from the textbook and class notes that's going to be on our final! I'm working on chapter 8 and 6 and will upload them tomorrow. If you study these documents carefully
These are half of the chapter 6 notes from the textbook since we haven't started the lecture yet.
These are more detailed notes about the Amendments and how they protect civil liberties. Enjoy!
These cover everything from the beginning of civil rights to how civil rights work in the national/state governments.
These notes cover material for exam 1. Black ink represents details, red for test questions, light blue(s) for examples, dark blue for terms and definition, and other colors for key concepts and material.
Chapter 8 excerpt about voting and how voting/political participation works in the U.S
These notes cover the powers of the courts and their purpose.
These notes cover the federal judiciary, judicial review, and how court cases are decided.
These are details covering Civil Liberties, Civil Rights, Voting/Political Participation and Media w/in Politics. Hope these help!
These are aspects and important facts to know about Congress if you need a brush up before the exam! Hope these help (:
These notes cover Chapter 5: Public Opinion.
Everything covering presidency/ bureaucracy, interest groups, political parties, judiciary and congress.
Chapter 12 - The Legislature
Chapter 13 - The Presidency
Chapter 14 - The Judiciary
Chapter 12 - The Presidency
Chapter 14 - The Judiciary
Chapter 13 - The Legislature
These notes cover material from the first two weeks of class
These notes cover everything that will be on the final exam.
As you may know, I'm an Elite Notetaker for StudySoup. I just uploaded a detailed set of notes for this class. You can check-out a free preview by following the link below
Feel free to reach-out to me if you need a study buddy or have any questions. Goodluck!
These notes cover what is going to be in our next exam?