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World Governments

World Governments

Prerequisite: None

Course Description: World Governments provides students with a framework to compare how governments and political systems operate around the world. The different government models and political systems are examined as students are prompted to think critically about the strengths and weaknesses of each. This course enables students to reflect about their home countries or wherever they may be living as they consider how different political institutions function. The inquiry process is used to ensure students ask probing questions, think critically while evaluating sources, communicate their answers to questions, and creatively take informed action based on their findings.

Department: Cultural Studies 

Teacher: Bob Hinman

Credit: 5 Credit (5 Units) 

Length: 1 Semester 

Grade Level(s): Secondary II - IV 

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