In this activity, students will apply what they have learned about the Executive Office and create their own puzzle. The content of the puzzle will help students review what they have learned about the qualifications to become president and the 7 different roles that the president plays while in office.
This is a PowerPoint which lists the qualifications and brief process of becoming president which includes campaigning, the electoral college, and national convention. It also includes some presidential facts.
The U.S. Presidency & Roles of the President Lecture, Activity and Game (Civics) This engaging lecture, activity and review game reviews the Oath of Office, qualifications, terms, pay & benefits, and succession. It also reviews and gives examples of the different roles of the President; Chief of State, Chief Executive, Chief Administrator, Chief Diplomat, Commander in Chief, Chief Legislator, Chief of Party and Chief Citizen. Students will take notes on the creative lecture notes template.
Qualifications The president must be at least 35 years old, a natural-born citizen, and have lived in the United States at least 14 years. How Elected Americans vote for president every four years on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November. That popular vote chooses delegates to the Electoral College, which actually elects the president in December. Term Four years. The president cannot serve more than two terms. Income Yearly salary: $400,000. Succession If a president…
This PowerPoint explains how presidential elections work in the United States. It does not focus on any one presidential election, but instead covers the presidential election process. It explains the qualifications needed to run for president, primaries and caucuses, national conventions, general election campaigning, the electoral college, and Inauguration Day.