Basic American Government & Economics
Basic American Gov. & Econ.
Basic American Government and Economics is a specialized course that provides a comprehensive exploration of the foundations and principles of American government and economic systems. Designed to accommodate students with special needs, the course adopts a slower pace to ensure comprehensive understanding and provide necessary support for effective access and comprehension.
Throughout the course, students will delve into the key aspects of American government, including the structure and functions of the three branches of government, the rights and responsibilities of citizens, and the democratic principles that shape the nation. By examining the historical context and evolution of American government, students will gain insights into the foundations of democracy and the unique characteristics of the American political system.
In addition, the course explores fundamental economic concepts and systems, allowing students to develop an understanding of how economies function and the role of individuals, businesses, and governments in economic decision-making. Students will analyze various economic systems, including capitalism, socialism, and mixed economies, and explore the principles of supply and demand, market forces, and the impact of government policies on the economy.
Basic American Government and Economics aims to foster critical thinking and civic engagement among students. Through discussions, debates, and case studies, students will explore real-world issues and challenges faced by the American government and economy. They will develop analytical and problem-solving skills, gaining a deeper understanding of the complexities of governance and economic systems.
At a glance:
Comprehensive exploration of American government and economic systems, providing a solid foundation in the principles that shape the nation.
Examination of key aspects of American government, including the three branches, citizen rights, and democratic principles, fostering an understanding of democracy's foundations.
Study of fundamental economic concepts and systems, analyzing capitalism, socialism, and mixed economies, and exploring the impact of government policies, supply and demand, and market forces. Develops critical thinking and problem-solving skills.