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1 Virtual Field trip: Touring the White House Jodi Craven EDUC 5413

2 Welcome to Washington D.C.! Today were touring the White House and seeing all the different floors focusing on some specific rooms on each floor.

3 White House South face, with round portico in 2007 (Derek Jensen)Derek Jensen

4 White House North face, with square portico in 2007 (Derek Jensen)Derek Jensen

5 Ground Floor For more go to

6 Ground Floor This floor has 10 rooms, 1 main corridor, 6 lavatories Images included in this tour: – Diplomatic Reception Room: This serves as an entrance to the White House from South Grounds for the family and for ambassadors arriving to present their credentials to the President. – Library – Kitchen

7 Diplomatic Reception Room (Time - Jim Watson)Time

8 Library The Library in 2008(Arc hitectural Digest)Arc hitectural Digest

9 Kitchen (White House - Pete Souza)White House

10 First Floor For More go to:

11 White House Residence First Floor The first floor of the White House Residence is often called the "State Floor," because this is where formal receptions of state are held. Includes: 8 rooms, 1 main corridor, 1 entrance hall Rooms included in this tour: – Blue Room – State Dining Room

12 Blue Room (Reuters)

13 State Dining Room (White House)

14 Second Floor For more go to:

15 White House Residence 2 nd Floor: This is the first family residence where private sitting rooms and bedrooms are located. This floor has 16 rooms, 1 main corridor, 6 bathrooms, and 1 lavatory. Rooms included on this tour: – Yellow Oval room – Lincoln Bedroom

16 Yellow Oval Room (White House - Samantha Appleton)White House

17 Lincoln Bedroom (Newsweek - Gary Fabiano)Newsweek

18 Third Floor For more go to:

19 White House Residence Third Floor: This is where the family relaxes includes accommodations such as a billiards room, workout room, solarium, and music room. Rooms included in this tour: – Sun Room – Workout Room

20 Sun Room

21 Workout Room

22 Questions 1.Research and find out the main uses of a room of your choice on each floor. 2. On what floor is the oval office? 3. What floor are press conferences held? 4. If you lived in the White House what room do you think would be your favorite? Credits: – Images and Info from whitehousemuseam.org – (Images sited in field trip)


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