Politics, Philosophy and Economics
Politics, Philosophy, & Economics | 1.5 Credit Class
Grade Level: High School (Grades 11-12)
Meeting: 2024 – 2025 | Tuesday and Thursday, 12:45 pm – 1:45 pm. CST
NOTE: The class meets two times per week.
Instructor: Adam Pruzan
Full Year 1.5 credit Honors level coursework
This class counts for one and a half classes for any Bundle Purchase!
Politics, Philosophy & Economics | 1.5 Credit Class
Politics, Philosophy & Economics course is designed as an honors level course that will take the students through a challenging and exhilarating ride, gaining an understanding of government, economics, and philosophy. This course is designed to move students from passive bystanders to active, vibrant members of a citizenry. Taught by master teacher Adam Pruzan, this will be a dynamic and engaging course. Coursework will consist of reading, vibrant class discussion, and regular writing assignments.
Students will read, discuss and be challenged by original documents, Ancient and English texts, and gain a thorough understanding of the foundations of the American political system and the system on which it is founded. Senate and legal briefs will be analyzed, critiqued, and put into the context of current events and where we currently find ourselves as a country.
Because Politics, Philosophy & Economics is equivalent to that of an honors level course, students must be willing to set aside the time needed to study and prepare well to fully participate in the lecture and discussion this class will require. This class meets two times a week, with additional reading and assignments. Difficult concepts are broken down and thoroughly discussed. This class will include lectures, discussion, class participation, and some written work.
This is not your run-of-the-mill high school Government and Economics course.
Why study philosophy while studying politics and economics? The skills needed to understand philosophy will develop your student's analytical, critical and logical rigor. This will enable students to apply these skills to questions concerning how we acquire knowledge or make ethical judgments. The study of will provide your student with a thorough understanding of the impact of the U.S. Political institutions on modern societies both at home and abroad.
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