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U.S. Government: Part 2 (High School)

In this 7 week class, learners will dig-deeper into the U.S. Government!
Stephanie Fogarty M.Ed. & Ed. Spec.
455 total reviews for this teacher
3 reviews for this class
Completed by 12 learners
year olds
learners per class


Charged upfront
$11 per class
Meets 1x per week
Over 7 weeks
50 minutes per class

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Class Experience

This class is taught in English.
Students will be able to:
   -distinguish between the 3 branches of U.S. Government
   -analyze current events and relate them to Constitutional rights for the branches of U.S. Government
   -compare political ideologies and identify one(s) more closely aligned with your (student's) beliefs
   -identify reasons for political participation and brainstorm ways to improve participation (based on evidence)
   -describe rights and limitations, as defined by the Supreme Court, in the Constitution
   -compare international political systems
I am a certified social studies teacher with over a decade of experience working with learners.  I am certified in Missouri and Indiana to teach social studies to grades 5-12.  *Social studies refers to American History, Geography, Government/Civics, Sociology, Psychology, and World History.  
I focus on individualizing lessons to meet the needs of learners, including those who struggling and/or students who need more challenge.  I have a BA in Political Science, a MA in Secondary Education, and an Ed Spec degree in Educational Technology.  I use technologies in effective and creative ways to enhance the learning process and increase motivation of learners.  
If a parent has any questions about my education and/or qualifications, I encourage them to message me.  
Given the flexibility of Outschool, all suggested things will be considered optional, although they are included as suggested to help all learners to dig-deeper into the content and to review, as necessary.  The suggested things are described in the overview for each topic, posted at the beginning of the week.  Answer keys are built in to the overview, to avoid the need for anything to be submitted- although if any learner wants to submit something to me for feedback, they certainly can!  No more than 1 hour a week should be spent on the optional activities.  
There will be no "required" items to be completed, but I will be supplying an optional notes guide for learners and and overview of each topic with several optional activities to dig-deeper into the content and/or review (if necessary).
Informal formative assessment will be provided regularly, and parents will have the opportunity to request a "grade" for their learner, which will rely on an assessment over the big aspects of each topic.  I am focused on the positive aspects of learning, and will encourage all learners to grow and improve from their mistakes.  I will provide feedback for all assessments submitted and opportunities to re-assess (to improve a grade).  
50 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
I will refer to the U.S. Constitution, and the Bill of Rights (as well as the other amendments) several times in this class, given that it's the frame-work of our system of government.  


Stephanie Fogarty M.Ed. & Ed. Spec.
Lives in the United States
Experienced & Certified Social Studies/History Teacher
455 total reviews
377 completed classes

About Me

I'm a mother of 3, certified teacher, and life-long learner.  I believe learning can be fun and teaching is my passion!

Hello from Indiana!  I have a B.A. in Political Science, a M.A. in Secondary Education (Social Sciences) and an Ed. Specialist... 
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