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<big>'''Welcome to Students ... and Teachers!'''</big>
 
<big>'''Welcome to Students ... and Teachers!'''</big>
  
This is a free resource for [[conservative]] courses.  '''''You do not need permission to use these materials, and to copy them for educational purposes'''''.
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This is a free resource for [[conservative]] courses.  '''''You do not need permission to use and copy these materials for educational purposes'''''.
*[[Conservapedia:Index#American History|American History]]
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*[[Conservapedia:Index#American History|American History]] (taught, with improvements each time, in Spring 2007, Fall 2008, Spring 2011, Fall 2013, and Spring 2020)
*[[Conservapedia:Index#World History|World History]]
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*[[Conservapedia:Index#American Government and the Constitution|American Government and the Constitution]] (taught in Fall 2014)
*[[Conservapedia:Index#Economics|Economics]]
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*[[Conservapedia:Index#World History|World History]] (taught, with improvements each time, in Fall 2006, Spring 2009, Fall 2011, and Spring 2014)
*[[Conservapedia:Index#American Government and Politics|American Government and Politics]] (free online midterm exam for this course is [http://www.conservapedia.com/govtexam/ here])
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*[[Conservapedia:Index#Economics|Economics]] (taught, with improvements each time, in Spring 2007, Fall 2009, and Spring 2013)
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*[[Conservapedia:Index#American Government and Politics|American Government and Politics]] (taught, with improvements each time, in Fall 2010 and Fall 2012)
  
 
'''These courses are complete, with lectures, homework assignments, model answers and exams'''.  ''Upon completion students who took the [[CLEP]] exam typically excelled on it to earn college credit''.  The instructor's information can be found at [[User:Aschlafly]], and any questions can be posted at [[User talk:Aschlafly]].  But you do not have to sign up or obtain approval to use these materials for educational purposes.  [[Homeschool]] groups are particularly welcome to use and distribute these materials.
 
'''These courses are complete, with lectures, homework assignments, model answers and exams'''.  ''Upon completion students who took the [[CLEP]] exam typically excelled on it to earn college credit''.  The instructor's information can be found at [[User:Aschlafly]], and any questions can be posted at [[User talk:Aschlafly]].  But you do not have to sign up or obtain approval to use these materials for educational purposes.  [[Homeschool]] groups are particularly welcome to use and distribute these materials.
 
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== American Government and the Constitution ==
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''Teaching this course in the fall of 2014, beginning September 11th''.
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==== [[American Government and the Constitution Lectures|Lectures and Exams]] ====
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==== [[American Government and the Constitution Homework|Homework]] ====
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== American History ==
 
== American History ==
  
''A complete set of free materials is available here -- lectures, homework, model homework answers, and exams, based on an actual teaching of this course in Spring 2011''.
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''A complete set of free materials is available here -- lectures, homework, model homework answers, and exams, based on an actual teaching of this course in Spring 2011 and a reteaching of it (with updated lectures) in Fall 2013 and Spring 2020''.
<br>''Enrollment consists of completing the homework assignments and exams''.
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==== [[American History Lectures|Lectures]] ====
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==== [[American History Lectures|Lectures and Exams]] ====
  
 
==== [[American History Homework|Homework]] ====
 
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== World History ==
 
== World History ==
  
''A complete set of free materials is available here -- lectures, homework, model homework answers, and exams, based on an actual teaching of this course in Fall 2011''.
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''A complete set of free materials is available here -- lectures, homework, model homework answers, and exams, based on an actual teaching of this course in Fall 2011 and Spring 2014''.
  
 
====[[World History Lectures|Lectures and Homework and Exams]]====
 
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== Economics ==
 
== Economics ==
  
''A complete set of free materials is available here -- lectures, homework, model homework answers, and exams, based on an actual teaching of this course in Spring 2007 and Fall 2009''.
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''A complete set of free materials is available here -- lectures, homework, model homework answers, and exams, based on an actual teaching of this course in Spring 2007 and Fall 2009''.  '''This weekly course began again Thursday, February 21, 2013'''.
  
 
====[[Economics Lectures|Lectures]]====
 
====[[Economics Lectures|Lectures]]====
  
 
====[[Economics Homework|Homework Answers]]====
 
====[[Economics Homework|Homework Answers]]====
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====[[Economics debate topics|Debate Topics]]====
 
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==== [[Final Exam]] ====
 
==== [[Final Exam]] ====
  
==== [[American Government Course Notes]] ====
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== Writing Course ==
 
== Writing Course ==

Latest revision as of 23:57, 25 May 2020

Welcome to Students ... and Teachers!

This is a free resource for conservative courses. You do not need permission to use and copy these materials for educational purposes.

These courses are complete, with lectures, homework assignments, model answers and exams. Upon completion students who took the CLEP exam typically excelled on it to earn college credit. The instructor's information can be found at User:Aschlafly, and any questions can be posted at User talk:Aschlafly. But you do not have to sign up or obtain approval to use these materials for educational purposes. Homeschool groups are particularly welcome to use and distribute these materials.

American Government and the Constitution

Teaching this course in the fall of 2014, beginning September 11th.

Lectures and Exams

Homework

American History

A complete set of free materials is available here -- lectures, homework, model homework answers, and exams, based on an actual teaching of this course in Spring 2011 and a reteaching of it (with updated lectures) in Fall 2013 and Spring 2020.

Lectures and Exams

Homework

World History

A complete set of free materials is available here -- lectures, homework, model homework answers, and exams, based on an actual teaching of this course in Fall 2011 and Spring 2014.

Lectures and Homework and Exams

World History Study Guide to 1648

World History Study Guide from 1648


Additional helpful materials:

Economics

A complete set of free materials is available here -- lectures, homework, model homework answers, and exams, based on an actual teaching of this course in Spring 2007 and Fall 2009. This weekly course began again Thursday, February 21, 2013.

Lectures

Homework Answers

Economics Discussion

Debate Topics

Microeconomics Terms

Microeconomics

Macroeconomics Terms

Macroeconomics

Model Answers

Midterm Exam

Midterm Exam Answers

Final Exam

American Government and Politics

Lectures and Course Sign-up Info (homework is at the end of each lecture)

American Government Homework

Terms

Topics for the Mid-Term Exam

Test-Taking Tips

Midterm Exam

Final Exam

American Government - New Topics

Writing Course

The course began on January 26, 2012. Students signed up at here.

Other Materials

Conservapedia:American History Spring 2011 (click to enroll)

Conservapedia:American Government Fall 2010 (click to enroll)

Conservapedia:Other Courses Fall 2010 (click to enroll, courses include math and also the unborn child)

Conservapedia:College Guidance (click to review and build)

The Bible (it's not too late to enroll!)

Writing

Homework

Course Research Resources

The Supreme Court

Lectures and Course Sign-up Info

Course Case List

Essay:The Supremacists

Critical Thinking in Mathematics

Lectures and Course Sign-up Info

Science

Biology

Chemistry

Physical Science

Mathematics

Algebra

Geometry

Music

Musical Instruments

Composers

Musical Styles

Art

Art movements

Great Artists

Writing and SAT Verbal Skills

Lectures

Homework Answers