Lessons for Presidents

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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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  • 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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  • Vietnam, Iraq & 'a City Upon a Hill - … following: President Kennedy and the Bay of Pigs, 1961 President Johnson and the Dominican Republic, 1965 President Carter and Afghanistan, 1980 President Reagan and Grenada, 1983 President George H.W. Bush, Gulf War, 1991 President Clinton, Kosovo …
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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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