Mr. Dymeck's US and American Government Class

Hello everyone and welcome back! As we embark on a new journey together, I just want to say how excited I am to have most everyone back in the building so we can continue to grow and accelerate TOGETHER!

I'd like to take a moment to tell everyone a little about me! I was born and raised in Augusta, Ga. I'm a product of Columbia County schools as I went to Westmont Elementary, Columbia Middle, Evans High, and Augusta State University. On my free time I enjoy hunting, fishing, kayaking, mountain biking, archery, reading, and much more! I have a true passion for teaching and absolutely love what I do! I look forward to another amazing year here at Harlem High School!!



Email: stanley.dymeck@ccboe.net



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Daily Presentation
Daily Presentation

Daily Schedule

1st Period-Gov.

2nd Period-US History

3rd Period-Gov

4th Period-US History

5th Period-Study Skills

6th Period-Gov

7th Period-Planning

Click the Google SLides tab and you can access my daily Google presentation!!


This presentation will show you everything we do in class, so if you miss a day or fall behind, you can open the GoogleSlides and see what we do every day of the week!!!



World History Google Classroom Code:

*** These codes will be added after the first week of school to ensure that student schedules are solified and accurate!

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US History Google classroom code:


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US History

Class Description and topics explored:


1. English Colonization - USH1

2. Causes of the American Revolution - USH3

3. Creating the Constitution – USH5c-e

4. Big Business – USH11

5. Foreign Relations at the Turn of the 20th Century – USH14a-b

6. National Identity after WWI – USH16

American Government

Class Description and topics explored:

*The government course provides students with a background in the philosophy, functions, and structure of the United States government.

*Students examine the philosophical foundations of the United States government and how that philosophy developed.

*Students also examine the structure and function of the United States government and its relationship to states and citizens.










click here to see the teachers notes for the entire curriculum for us and world history!!

https://www.georgiastandards.org/Georgia-Standards/Documents/Social-Studies-American-Government-Civics-Teacher-Notes.pdf

(Government)


https://www.georgiastandards.org/Georgia-Standards/Documents/Social-Studies-United-States-History-Teacher-Notes.pdf (US History)