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AP Comparative Government
April 2nd-May 16th.
First, you should be very proud of yourselves. Like the postman, neither rain, nor sleet, nor snow has kept us from our appointed rounds. In SIX MONTHS we have covered as much, or more, than you would have in a college freshman survey course. Moreover, we have covered more than other PVI classes do in eight months. You have been an excellent group to teach and you should be proud of what you know about this subject.
Now let's put the icing on the cake and knock the eyes out of the AP Exam. ( May 16th).
Starting this past Monday ( March 31st) I began to give you review handouts. NOTE: As I told you in the beginning you DO NOT need to buy any of the so called Steps to the AP Exam books. You now have far more at your disposal than they provide. I have and will give you ALL that they provide. This will continue. Sometimes every day, sometimes every few days and we will discuss some of the following:
1. Politics of Great Britain
2. The European Union
We will go over the names, terms, ideas, philosophies etc. of the important entities you will be confronted with on the exam.Certainly, as I have told you many times, I will give you strategies for taking the exam as well.
May 16th may seem a long way off at this point but if you deduct Easter Vacation, Rinky Dinky PVI School Days, and time you will miss for other AP Exams when they start only leaves us with a little more than three weeks.
Once again, you have been a terrific group. I certainly enjoyed it and I hope you learned something valuable.