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Name of President The # President of the United States Reported by: Type your name here
Presidential Facts President portrait will go here, then delete this message! Dates in office: Example January 19, 1895 – January 18, 1901 Political Party:
Presidential Cabinet Vice President: Secretary of Defense or War: Secretary of the Treasury: Secretary of ________: Secretary of _________:
Jobs and Political Activities Type your list here in complete sentences. Give dates and places if you have the information. You should list at least 3 jobs.
First Lady and Family First Lady portrait will go here, then delete this message! Type your paragraph here. Remember to indent and be descriptive!
Major Events During Presidency 1.These should be written in complete sentences. 2. Remember to be descriptive. 3. You should have at least 3 major events.
Fascinating Facts These should be written in complete sentences. Remember to be descriptive. You should have at least 5 fascinating facts.
How to be: type pres. name Type How To poem here. We will write this poem in class when the rest of your power point is complete. DO NOT DO THIS ON YOUR OWN!
THE PRESIDENTIAL CABINET THEN AND NOW. INSTRUCTIONS On the following slides, do the following: 1) Write a very brief definition describing the job of.
Unit 4 Review Presidential approval ratings –Why does it decrease and increase?
The Three Branches of Government By John P.. Executive Branch.
PRESIDENTIAL SUCCESSION PRESIDENTIAL ACT OF 1947.
Facebook Presidents Name is (write something that your President is doing) WallPhotosFlairBoxesType President Name HereLogout View photos of (president.
UNITED STATES PRESIDENTS NAME TEACHER DATE
Your Name Teacher DUE DATE Historical Person’s Name Here.
Teaching the Presidential Election Through a Project Political Campaign Poster.
Vocabulary Support Staff PowersPotpourri Election Time.
Electing the President of the United States TIMAC Project This project was created by This project was created by Tammy Pugh Tammy Pugh Sigrun Utash.
John F. Kennedy By Davis Dutton and Audrey Barnett.
EXECUTIVE BRANCH Those who carry out (Execute & Enforce) all laws.
The Executive Branch. General Info Made up of President, Vice President, and Cabinet President is the head Enforces (Carries out) laws -The White.
Simi Valley Adult School 2005 TIMAC Developed by Batista, Pugh and Utash Electing the President of the United States.
The Cabinet American Government. White House Staff The White House Staff is managed by the Chief of Staff and includes 600 people who work at the White.
President Jefferson Davis Students’ names, date, class period Include a title page; this is a plain example, you can make yours colorful and.
Franklin D. Roosevelt 32 nd President 3 terms died on 4 th term By: Sean A. 4 th grade.
Fakebook Ronald Wilson Reagan View photos of Ronald Send Ronald a message Wall Info Write something… Share Information Presidential Number: 40 th Political.
The Executive Branch The Roles and Power of the President.
The United States Cabinet The heads of the Executive Branch Departments Senior Advisors to the President Originally there were four…now there.
The Basics Qualifications: – Must be at least 35 years old (born in 1976 for 2012) – Must be a native born citizen – Must have lived in US for 14 years.
The Paragraph. Parts of a Paragraph 1.One Main Idea 2.Topic sentence 3.Indent; spelling and punctuation sentences 5.Closing sentence.
ARTICLE II THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH. The President Primary Job is to… EXECUTE (Enforce) Laws Lives in the… WHITE HOUSE.
INFORMATIONAL INTERVIEW EMMA HARVEY MAY GENERAL INFORMATION… Name: Tess Udall Age: 23 From: Boulder, Colorado Schooling: UVA Industry: Government.
The President President’s Purpose What did you put on your job description?
Branches of the U.S. Government Executive. Office of the President Leader of the most powerful country in the world. Many different jobs.
PRESIDENTIAL ROLES PRESIDENTIAL POWERS BECOMING PRESIDENT PRESIDENTIAL SUCCESSION QUALIFICATIONS VICE PRESIDENTS DUTIES Created by Article II of the Constitution.
The delegates to the Constitutional Convention were wary of unchecked power. The Articles of Confederation had failed, in part because of the lack.
What is the least number of representatives a state may have?
Executive Branch The President and his/her Crew. The President (remember to capitalize, even though the media don’t seem to) is the head of the executive.
Fakebook George Walker Bush View photos of George Send George a message Wall Info On my way to read to some elementary school kids in Florida. Write something…
Fakebook James Madison, Jr. View photos of JAMES MADISON, JR. Send JAMES MADISON, JR. a message Wall Info Write something… Share Information Presidential.
Electoral College Electoral College More Electoral College More Electoral College Amendments.
Agenda- 9/17 1. Finish Class Congress 2. Current Events 3. Lecture: Intro to the Presidency 4. Unit Pathway Part 3: The Executive Branch 5. HW: Finish.
Civics The Executive Branch & The President. The President’s Job Description Chief of State −Ceremonial head of government −Symbol of all Americans.
Fakebook John Fitzgerald Kennedy View photos of John F. Kennedy John F. Kennedy Wall Info #ParadeLove Write something… Share Information Presidential Number:
President’s Presentation This will provide the requirements you will need for this President Report.
Fakebook George W. Bush View photos of George Send George a message Wall Info Write something… Share Information Presidential Number: 43 Political Party:
Fakebook Franklin Delano Roosevelt View photos of Franklin Send Franklin a message Wall Info #I will be the President to defeat Japan. Write something…
Organization of the Executive Branch, President as Chief Executive Unit IV: The Presidency and the Bureaucracy Lesson 2 How is the Executive Branch organized.
Current Event #___By:____#__ Title of Article:_____________________ Source:___________________________ Date Published:____________________ Date Due:_________________________.
Chapter 6 Section 1 page 160. Qualifications for President 1. native born citizen 2. at least 35 years old 3. have been a resident of the U.S. for at.
3 Branches of Government The Executive Branch. Creation of the Executive Created by Article II of the Constitution Headed by the “Chief Executive” - The.
CH 8 SEC 1 THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH I. DUTIES OF THE PRESIDENT Presidents have enormous power and responsibility in government.
Washington in Office Do Now: What are the qualities you would like in a president?
Independence to America. EQ: Analyze the obstacles our founding fathers faced while trying to establish a new nation. Did they do a good job? Create an.
Article II The Executive Branch. General Executive information Primary job is to enforce laws Primary job is to enforce laws Leader of the executive branch.
The American Presidency Unit 4. The Presidency… interesting facts Salary: $400,000 per year Expense account: $50,000 per year Free: Housing Food Transportation.
1. Administration (193) 1. Administration (193) Answer: officials in the executive branch of government. Answer: officials in the executive branch of.
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