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Dr. Linda Crowl
Dr. Linda Crowl teaches Advanced Placement Macroeconomics and U.S. Government and Politics, as well as Dual Credit Federal Government, Texas Government, and Macroeconomics.
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Government and economics are at the very heart of our daily human interactions, and these courses aim to develop students’ appreciation for the interaction of economics and government, to develop students’ study skills in preparation for more tertiary education and for their careers, and to develop our young citizens’ abilities to participate in our republic.
For economics and government classes, reading, note taking, and writing are essential skills. Economics students are expected to be able to solve problems not only in writing, but also using graphs and other mathematical skills. The college textbooks we use pack much information into each lesson. Students must do the assigned reading and problem sets on a daily basis and come to class prepared to answer questions and to participate in discussion.
Dual Credit Government students will use the following textbook: Ginsberg, Benjamin, Theodore J. Lowi, Margaret Weir, Caroline J. Tolbert, Andrea L. Campbell, and Robert J. Spitzer. 2021. We the People: An Introduction to American Politics. 13th Essentials edition. New York: W.W. Norton & Company. Students must purchase this book; the edition is important.
Advanced Placement Government students will be issued a textbook in class.
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4th period Conference
5th period Planning
6th period DC Government
7th period AP U.S. Government & Politics
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