Government 10 – American Government & the Constitution, Part I
Now Available – PDF & Text
Have you ever read a book which literally changed the course of your thinking and your life? That is the nature of this course which uses The 5000 Year Leap as the text.
It is a study of the United States Constitution from a principle based approach. You will learn where the Founding Fathers got their ideas for sound government and how a return to these ideas can solve our nations problems today.
This course contains:
•a text book (The 5000 Year Leap)
•a curriculum guide
•suggested course requirements and grading standards
•teaching objective for each lesson
•lesson presentations on six DVD’s.
Once a student has a working knowledge of the only correct and proven principles for freedom, prosperity, and peace, then other history classes can be taught from a whole different perspective. American History becomes a study of how the United States, throughout its 200 plus years, has either supported the principles of liberty and prospered or violated these principles and suffered. Can any other knowledge be more helpful to the rising generation in America today?
America desperately needs better and stronger leaders. We need leaders who know correct answers and will step forward and make a positive difference in this world.
The materials: American Government & the US Constitution, Part 1 are $39.95 from www.nccs.net. (The National Center for Constitutional Studies.) The address is – https://nccs.net/product/american-government-us-constitution-part-1
The course contains 27 Lessons. Each lesson is comprised of a reading assignment, a lecture, a quiz and a current event report. It requires that the student keep a course journal in which he records the principles he is learning.
In addition, there are two course exams, one covering Lesson 1-14, and the other Lessons 15-27. At Beehive, we divide the course up so that it is a bit slower and also allows for more review of the present and past government courses and principles learned.
The weekly current events reports are stored in the appropriate Who’s Who Binders. A separate notebook for this is not necessary.