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1 Friday 3/6 RAP If you do great on this test, should you come retake it? If no, why not? If you do poorly on this test, should you come retake it? If yes, when? Today TEST on Unit 3 Title Unit 3 Test Name Form A or B All capital letters please Get Notes in order Anticipation guide for Ch. 13 on board.

2 Monday 3/9 RAP Do you have a job (outside of school)? Write down the title of your job (i.e.: server, host or hostess) and then write down ALL of the responsibilities that you have when performing that job. IF you DO NOT have a job outside of school, write down what one of your parents/guardians do for a living; their title and their responsibilities. OR write down the different responsibilities that you have at home. Today: CNN student news begin Ch. 13.1—The President’s Job Description

3 Chapter 13 Anticipation guide
Read each statement carefully. Write agree if you agree with the statement. Write disagree if you do not believe it to be true. 1. The President has only one role to fill and that is as commander in chief of our armed forces. Agree Disagree Page # 2. All of our Presidents have been born in America. 3. A President can only serve a maximum of 8 years or two terms. Agree Disagree 4. The President’s salary is $400,000 a year. After you have answered all of the statements, get a textbook and go through chapter 13 to either confirm your answer or to find the proof as to why your answer is incorrect. Write the page # that the information is on, and the exact words written in the text to support your answer or show why it was incorrect. Thank you.

4 Ch. 13: The Presidency Please open your text book to page 354.
Answer the questions on the handout for Ch and 13.2. DUE Tuesday. 

5 Tuesday 3/10 RAP How old do you have to be to run for President of the US? Is this old enough? Too old? Today: Constitutional powers of the President notes. The World’s Toughest job --- reading and questions. Video on Presidency.

6 Executive Branch Formal Qualifications: Informal Qualifications?:
Natural born citizen 35 years old Lived in the US for at least 14 years Informal Qualifications?: Term length: 4 years Annual salary: $400,000 a year Annual expenses: $50,000 a year

7 The President’s Constitutional Powers
Powers granted in the Constitution (Article II)  Commander in Chief Appoints heads of executive departments Grants pardons and Reprieves Makes treaties Appoints ambassadors, judges, Supreme Court Justices Gives the State of the Union Address Calls Congress into special session Veto power Meets with heads of state Commissions military officers Ensures that the laws of Congress are faithfully executed

8 Wednesday 3/11 RAP What are the formal qualifications of the POTUS? Does POTUS have just one job? Explain. Today: CE Complete The World’s Toughest Job Review jobs PPT Read and answer questions for Ch and 13.5

9 Complete 15 minutes. Read “The World’s toughest Job”
Answer the questions at the end in your notes. Review toughest job reading.

10 Executive Branch The primary function of the executive branch is to execute laws. It consists of the President, Vice President, the Cabinet, and the Federal Bureaucracy.

11 President’s Roles Chief administrator:
Makes appointments and runs the Federal bureaucracy.

12 President’s Roles Chief Citizen The representative of all the people

13 President’s Roles Chief Diplomat Main architect of foreign policy
Makes treaties Executive agreements Recognizes other nations

14 President’s Roles Chief executive Carry out and enforce laws
Executive orders Reprieves (postpone) Pardons (release) Commutation (reduce) Amnesty

15 President’s Roles Chief legislator Main architect of public policy
Recommends legislation Signs bill into law Vetoes bills Calls special sessions of Congress

16 President’s Roles Chief of party Leader of his/her political party
Party platform Party goals Selects party chair person Attends fundraising events

17 President’s Roles Chief of State Ceremonial head of U.S.
Lights national Christmas tree, Gives awards or medals, throws out First pitch. Hosts dignitaries

18 President’s Roles Commander in chief
Direct and immediate control of armed forces Keep the peace Call national guard to federal service

19 President’s Roles Economic Chief Annual economic report to Congress
Council of Economic Advisor helps the President study the economy and prepare report Must prepare the federal budget every year.

20 Thursday 3/12 RAP If you had a choice of a POTUS to research, which would you choose? Why? Today: Research a president of the US. DUE the 24th of March. 

21 President Project Pick your groups of 2 or 3.
Pick your president –random Review requirements Rubric will be online Lab 3 on Thursday Lab 3 on Friday—the only days to work on PPT

22 Monday 3/23 RAP How was your spring break?
Watch the video on the electoral college. In your opinion, based on what you know: Do you agree with using the electoral college to choose the President of the U.S. Explain. You will be reading about the electoral college in Ch. 13  Today: “Let Bartlet be Bartlet” PPT on Ch The Framers’ Plan Read Ch and 13.5– complete notes for Ch. 13 – DUE Wednesday

23 West wing: Let Bartlet Be Bartlet

24 Tuesday 3/24 RAP How many examples do you need for each job the president does while in office? Do you need an intro slide and a conclusion slide? Would it be a good idea to have a quiz at the end? Explain. Today: Work on PPT for president Review Ch. 13.3

25 Wednesday 3/25 RAP What was the biggest challenge in completing your President Project? Why? When is your project due? Today: Check Ch. 13 Review the rest of Ch. 13: turn in Ch and 13.5 for grade.  Work on Ch. 14 reading and notes. DUE Thursday for check and grade

26 Ch. 13.3 Presidential Selection: The Framers’ Plan
In formal terms, the President is chosen according to the provisions of the Constitution. In practice, however, the President is elected through a process which is a combination of constitutional provisions, State and federal laws, and a number of practices born of the nation’s political parties. Original Provisions: Popular vote or Congress Most legislatures came to believe as Alexander Hamilton that if Congress selected it would give them too much power. After debate: Framers put forward a plan by Hamilton: President and VP would be chosen by a special body of presidential electors. Electors would cast two votes. Candidate with the most votes would become President, second most votes would become VP.

27 Hamilton’s Plan Most votes President Second most votes VP
Look at the chart on page 366. Electors were intended to be the most enlightened and respectable citizens from each state. Rise of Political Parties: Electoral college, is a group of people chosen from each State and the District of Columbia to formally select the President and VP This worked only twice. During Washington’s presidency With the rise of political parties in 1796, flaws began to appear. Federalists – John Adams v. Democratic Republicans – Thomas Jefferson Jefferson lost by three votes and became Adams VP

28 Election of 1800 Again Federalists v. Democratic Republicans
Each party nominated Presidential and VP candidates. They also nominated presidential electors, who would then pick their party’s presidential and vp nominees. 73 Democratic Republicans, who won posts as electors cast their vote for Democratic Republicans-Jefferson and Burr This resulted in a tie for the presidency: Jefferson and Aaron Burr. The Constitution gave each elector two votes, each to be cast for a different person, but each to be cast for someone as president. Finally Jefferson was chosen by the House, and this marked changes to the process of electing the President.

29 Election of 1800 three new elements
Party nominations for the presidency and VP The nomination of candidates for presidential electors pledged to vote for their party’s presidential ticket The automatic casting of the electoral votes in line with those pledges

30 12th Amendment Election of 1800 also resulted in the 12th amendment.
Added in 1804 To make sure there would never be another such fiasco. Separated the presidential and VP elections “The Electors…shall name in their ballots the person voted for as President, and in distinct ballots the person voted for as VP.” So no repeat of a tie like in 1800, and president and VP will almost certainly guaranteed to be of the same party. Look at the timeline of the 12th amendment on page 366. Answer the question below. Look at the map on page 367, answer the question below.

31 Turn in Ch. 13.4 and 13.5 handout Just rip it off and turn it in. 
Make sure your name is on it.

32 Open your textbook to Ch. 14: page 388
Please read and complete your handout Please read quietly. You may listen to music; one ear bud in and one out.

33 Wednesday 10/29 RAP What is the best way for a Presidential candidate to get his platform out to the people? Give 3 examples. Today: CE presentations Check 13.4 Present Hoover, FDR, Eisenhower, and JFK

34 President notes Name Bio First lady Scandals Chief Executive
Education, etc. First lady Scandals Chief Executive Chief of state Chief legislator Party chief Commander in Chief Chief diplomat Economic chief

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