Lessons for Presidents

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  • I'm Number One! - … and administration 2. George Washington as first President, Vice-President John Adams 3. John Adams, second president, Abigail Adams 4. National capitol established … Seven Presidents President Adams*John Adams-2nd ____ -First ____ President -First president to live in the ____ ____ -Home .____ -Occupations .____ .President -Wife … I'm Number One!! Topic=First Seven Presidents JacksonAndrew Jackson-7th President "President -Known as the "President of the ____ man" .Very popular with …
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  • We the People - … the Vice President. 8. Bill is sent to the President for signature. 9A. President signs bill and it becomes law. 9B. President vetoes bill … for president? 14 300--Why must the vice president meet the same requirements as the president? If something happens to the president the vice president … the vice president meet the same qualifications as the President? If something happens to the President then the Vice President becomes the President. Eighth Grade …
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  • On Top of Mount Rushmore, - … of the current President. Explain to the students that we have had over 40 Presidents. Say: Many of our Presidents did wonderful things … c. Who is our President today? Current President's name Ask the students if they know where the President lives? Say: We are … A. Appendix A: The President B. Appendix B: Checklist for The President C. Appendix C: If I were President D. Appendix D: Anecdotal … Colorado Unit Writing Project 12 Appendix A Name ____ The President The President is the leader of our country. He helps make …
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  • Making and Carrying Out Laws - … . Presidents. Elect a Class President Review the qualifications to become a President of the United States. Ask students what qualifications they think a president … , 3" round) ; President's Poster Set (2 Presidents on each 11"X15" poster); President's Chart (25" X 38") "Electing a President." Teaching and … President of the United States. 5. The President must have military experience. 6. A person can be elected President only twice. 7. The President
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  • Woodrow Wilson's Stroke: Should Disability Have Been Declared? - … office of the President devolve upon the Vice-President, or is he considered an acting President only? Section 4: Vice-President and Cabinet Declare Disability "Whenever the Vice-President and … Vice-President shall immediately assume the powers and duties of the office as Acting President." Thereafter, when the President transmits to the President pro …
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  • American History Celebrations, - … House: the house where the president and his family live during his presidency 3. Voting: how the president is chosen by the people … president. Possible review questions could be: a. Who is the "president?" b. What are some jobs the president does? c. Where does the president … they hope President Bush will do during his presidency. B. Materials 1. Gormley, Beatrice. President George W. Bush, Our Forty-Third President 2. Wukovits …
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  • Early Presidents and Politics - … or in the affiliation or in the President is correctly the Vice-President Vice-President Vice-President identified. category). category). category). There are one … is accurate. happened during happened during happened during presidency or other presidency or other presidency or other info). info). info). Marginally legible Writing … during their happened during their happened during their presidency are listed. presidency are listed. presidency is listed. There are at least two character …
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  • Electoral College - … Methods of Electing a President Advantages Disadvantages 1) Congress chooses the President 2) State Legislatures choose the President 3) President is elected by direct … ) Possible Methods of Electing a President 1) Congress chooses the President 2) State Legislatures choose the President 3) President is elected by direct/popular … each state cast their ballots for the Office of President and Vice President. Whichever presidential candidate gets the most popular votes in …
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  • Presidential Decisions During the Vietnam War - … total. One for each of the following Presidents: Truman, Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson, and Nixon. o President and Vietnam Related Documents (attached) o … discussing the above questions, explain that many presidents face difficult decisions multiple times throughout their presidency. Many times these decisions were made … mates. Scenario: Lyndon Johnson takes over as President in 1963, after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. At this point, the …
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  • U. S. Constitution - … or Inability, both of the President and Vice President, declaring what Officer shall then act as President, and such Officer shall act accordingly … or Inability, both of the President and Vice President, declaring what Officer shall then act as President, and such Officer shall act accordingly … of the United States. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Article II, Section. 4. The President, Vice President and all civil Officers of the United States, shall be …
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