ADVANCED PLACEMENT
MICROECONOMICS
2015/2016 Semester 1 Exam Review
a) We will have our semester final exam on February 1 (Block 1 and 2a), February 2 (Block
5) and February 3 (Block 6a and 8). The exam covers all material that we have examined
this semest
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Magic Marks the Spot
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Marks the Spot that was
written by Caroline Carlson.
This book is about a girl named
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Whale Talk
by Chris Crutcher
Summary
In the book Whale Talk the main character is a senior at Cutter High School where getting a
varsity letter jacket is the most important thing in the school. The main character goes by the
name of The Tao Jones or T.J.
Student Name: _Sabina Ramic_
Session Moderators: Mrs. Padgett and Mrs. Whitney
Date of Session_11/04/13_
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Adjacent Angle: Are 2 angles that share a common vertex, a
common side and no common interior points.
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All of the following led to the Constitutional Convention EXCEPT
state tax policies.
Shayss Rebellion.
increased tariffs.
clashes over state boundaries.
weak attendance at the Annapolis Convention.
Question 3 (Multiple Choice Worth 2 points)
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3.3 Polling Activity
Directions: Students will go the website and see how statistics are used in Political
Polling through a Mayoral Election Simulation.
Polling Activity- Statistics in Polling
Mayoral Simulation
1. Who is running for mayor?
The Republica
Module Four Notes
Political Parties
I. Role of Parties make policy preferences
set agendas
select candidates
run campaigns
A MAJOR access point for Interest groups and individuals.
II. American Parties are moderate Plurality - favors the two party sys
Activity: How a Bill Becomes a Law
Part 1
Learn more about how a bill becomes a law at Bens Guide to U.S.
Governments. Use this graphic organizer to take notes as you visit the
website and learn more on how a bill becomes a law.
House/Senate
Senate/House
Activity: How a Bill Becomes a Law
Part 1
House/Senate
Senate/House
In order to be introduced in the Senate,
a Senator must be recognized by the
presiding officer and announce the
introduction of the bill.
When a Representative has an idea for a new law,
Writing Interview
Choose at least four of the questions below for your interview. You may ask more than
four questions if you want. Be sure to record the answers as you conduct the interview.
You will need to do this THREE times.
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1. Who is running for mayor?
The Republican running for the election is Stephanie Higgins and the Democrat is
Webster Fletcher.
2. It represents the margin of error in a prediction. +/- 5% means that if they were to
poll another group of people the predic
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slope of this line? (4 pts)
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