• Welcome to:
     AP Euro and American Government
     with Mr. Hawkins
     Contact Information
    Phone: 1-717-703-5360 Ext 109
    Email: [thawkins@cdschools.org]
     
    Course Overviews
     
     AP European History covers the time period from 1450 to present day.  The class will discuss key concepts and events that take place during this time. Students will have a heavy reading agenda to complete in order to stay current on classroom discussions. You are strongly encouraged to purchase an APEuro test prep guide to assist you as you prepare for the AP Test in early May, 2016. Please see my Homework Page for Power points and course notes used in class. The AP course is outlined in the student syllabus.
    This year we are also offering College in the Classroom through the Universtiy of Pittsburgh. The AP course aligns with Pitt's Western Civ II (history 0101). Contact Mr. Hawkins for more details of the course and enrollment information.
     
     
    American Government and Citizenship is a one year required course for graduation. As American citizens, we have the responsibility to be familar with the American political and economic systems how to participate in them. This course covers the following concepts:
    Origins of government
    The Constitution/Bill of Rights
    Political Parties
    The Electoral Process
    Congress
    The Presidency
    Judicial System
    Civil Rights
    Governing the States
    Local Government
    Economics
    Please see my homework page for assignments and course notes.
     
     
     
     
     
     
    P European history covers the time period from 1450 to present day.  The class will discuss the key events and concepts that take place during  a number of different venues: lecture, discussion, class activities, outside readings, student writing and AP test practice. 
    day.  The class will discuss the key events and : lecture, discussion, class activities, outside readings, student writing and AP test practice.  


     
     
     
     
     
     
     
Last Modified on July 12, 2018