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REASONS FOR REVOLUTION (text only)
Lesson Two - REASONS FOR REVOLUTION
THE ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION (text only)
CREATING THE CONSTITUTION (text only)
Lesson Four - CREATING THE CONSTITUTION
SEPARATION OF POWERS (text only)
Lesson Five - SEPARATION OF POWERS
THE FLEXIBLE CONSTITUTION (text only)
Lesson Six - THE FLEXIBLE CONSTITUTION
Lesson Seven - AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY to 1877
CONSTITUTION & BILL OF RIGHTS (text only)
Lesson Eight - CONSTITUTION & BILL OF RIGHTS
CIVIL & VOTING RIGHTS AMENDMENTS (text only)
Lesson Nine - CIVIL & VOTING RIGHTS AMENDMENTS
THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH (text only)
Lesson Eleven - THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH
THE LEGISLATIVE BRANCH (text only)
Lesson Ten - THE LEGISLATIVE BRANCH
THE JUDICIAL BRANCH (text only)
Lesson Twelve - THE JUDICIAL BRANCH
VOTING IN THE U.S.A. (text only)
Mister P's Social Studies Notes
4th Quarter, 2015-2016 School Year
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September 11th, 2001; Why Did It Happen?
Lesson One - American Beginnings
Lesson Two - Reasons For Revolution
Lesson Three, part 1 - Articles of Confederation
Lesson Three, part 2 - How Money Works
Lesson Four - Creating the Constitution
Lesson Five - The Constitution & Bill of Rights
Lesson Six - Early African-American History
Lesson Seven - The Civil & Voting Rights Amendments
Lesson Eight - Separation of Powers
Lesson Nine - The Flexible Constitution
Lesson Ten - The Legislative Branch