In Civics/Economics, students will examine the roles citizens play in the political, governmental, and economic systems in the United States. Students will study the constitutions of Virginia and the United States, the rights, duties, and responsibilities of citizens, the structure and operation of government, the American market economy and the government’s role in it. The standards identify personal character traits, such as patriotism, respect for the law, willingness to perform public service, and a sense of civic duty, that facilitate thoughtful and effective active participation in the civic life of an increasingly diverse democratic society.
This Week in Civics (3/27-4/1)
Monday - Turn in "Tuma and the Earthen Jar" WS, Review opportunity cost, start study guide HW - Intro to Econ study guide - quiz tomorrow
Tuesday - Intro to Economics quiz, SOL Notes: World Economies
Wednesday - Econoworld - world economies through beads activity
Thursday - *sub* Name that country WS HW - finish if necessary
Friday - *sub* genirevolution.org World Economies mission
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