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POLI 201 Intro to American Government Dr. Andrea McAtee Teaching Assistant: Nora Nassri
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Course Topics z Why have government? z Foundations of U.S. government z Federalism z Institutions of government z Public Opinion and participation z Elections z Political parties and interest groups
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Approach z Not civics! z Critical Thinking Why? Consequences? Alternatives? z Empirical Evidence
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Textbook z American Government: Power and Purpose , Core Eleventh Edition (without policy chapters) z New York Times or Washington Post
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Course Requirements z Exam 1 20% z Exam 2 30% z Final Exam 40% z Short Paper 10% z Extra Credit 5%
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Clickers ResponseCard RF Keypad from Turning Point Technologies. Register Response Device ID on Blackboard. Start counting for credit Jan. 26.
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Classroom Civility
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Unformatted text preview: z Get here on time. z No phones. No texting. z No laptops. z Anyone being disruptive to the learning environment will be asked to leave. Blackboard z Syllabus z Contact info z Assignments z Helpful links z Clicker registration z Grades z Make sure your e-mail is current! Communication z Office hours z Before and after class- Lauren, not me. z E-mail: 1. Include a descriptive subject line. 2. Address me appropriately (Dr. McAtee or Professor McAtee). 3. Use proper capitalization, grammar, and spelling. 4. Sign your name. For Thursday z Familiarize yourself with our Blackboard site. z Check your Blackboard e-mail to make sure it is current. z Read Chapter 1....
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This note was uploaded on 06/06/2011 for the course POLI 201 taught by Professor Briggs during the Spring '08 term at South Carolina.

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