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    AP Economics: Notebook (Spiral or Three Ring Binder- make sure there is paper in the binder!) and writing implements.  Google Classroom and Sites are used to distribute materials and make announcements.
     
    Overview
    The goal of the AP Economics course is to give students a thorough understanding of the principles that apply to microeconomic and macroeconomic systems. The course is designed to prepare students to take the AP Microeconomics and Macroeconomics Exams in May. The rigorous workload and pace of the course will help prepare students for college level study.  The AP Economics course at Montgomery High School has been designed according to the course description set forth by The College Board, who administers the AP Exams. Further, the AP Economics course at Montgomery has been authorized by The College Board to carry the AP designation via the AP Audit process. This course addresses NJ Core Curriculum Social Studies Content Standards relating to Economics, as well as the Voluntary National Content Standards in Economics developed by The National Council on Economic Education and the Foundation for the Teaching of Economics. 
     
    United States History I: Notebook (Spiral or Three Ring Binder-make sure there is paper in the binder!) and writing implements.  Google Classroom is used to distribute class materials and make announcements.
     
    Overview
    This course is designed as a comprehensive study of U.S. History from Colonization through World War I.  As the course progresses we will look at key historical events and the social circumstances that surrounded them.  By the conclusion of the year each student should have a grasp of the U.S.’s defining moments, and how they have impacted America’s evolution.   
     
    Economics: Notebook (Spiral or Three Ring Binder-make sure there is paper in the binder!) and writing implements.  Google Classroom is used to distribute class materials and make announcements.
     
    Overview

    The goal of the Economics course is to give students a thorough understanding of the principles that apply to microeconomic and macroeconomic decision making.  The course is designed to introduce general principles of economic theory and connect them to specific real-world applications.  This will allow students to develop a unique way of thinking about the world as they analyze economic scenarios and apply the theoretical principles of economics to their everyday lives.

     
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