Teaching about Inauguration Day has never been easier with this fun lap book. It has over 3O vocabulary words, the Oaths of Office for the President Elect and Vice President, Presidential fast facts, and timeline of events of the historic day.
FREE-Presidential Inauguration Oath of Office Poster...Elections - Voting, Government, U.S. History 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th Fun Stuff, Printables, Posters Fun word art poster of the US Presidential Oath of Office and the Seal of the President. Letter sized. Print, laminate, and hang in your room!
Presidential Oath of Office Poster Is your class watching the inauguration of the 45th President of the United States tomorrow? Use this presidential oath of office poster to discuss the promises roles and responsibilities of the president. Simply print and use! 3-5 6-8 Aspire to Inspire government inauguration presidential election social studies United States
This is a 1-page writing reflection to be used after watching the Presidential Inauguration (either on live TV or recorded). Students reflect on what they thought, heard, and saw. There is a fill-in-the-blank for the Presidential Oath of Office as well.
Teach your students what it's like to be President of the United States with All About POTUS Mini Unit! This unit includes:-8 Themed Word Wall Cards-2 Graphic Organizers (KWL, Venn Diagram)-Presidential Oath-1 Differentiated Writing Prompt-3 Readers with Comprehension QuestionsGreat to use for Inauguration 2017, President's Day, Election Day!**Used in a Center-Based Special Education Classroom**Follow Me on Facebook: Mrs.
In this Teacher Resource, Marvin Kranz, historical specialist in the Manuscript Division of the Library of Congress, reviews nine inaugurations from George Washington’s in 1789 to Theodore Roosevelt’s in 1905. The ceremonial traditions associated with presidential inaugurations-using a Bible when taking the oath of office, reading an inaugural address, attending an inaugural ball-were all established by George Washington at his first inauguration and have been followed until the present day.
PRESIDENTIAL INAUGURATION DAY ACTIVITIES - Reading, Writing, and Technology; Before our president-elect can take over his duties as president of the United States, he must take the oath of office. This unit provides posters about the duties of the president, vocabulary, reading passages, and technology opportunities. There's lots of opportunities for student choice and differentiation in this social studies unit. For a hands-on activity, I've included a fun Branches of Government Flipbook.$
Teaching with the Library of Congress: Collection of primary sources from presidential inaugurations http://blogs.loc.gov/teachers/2013/01/beyond-the-oath-presidential-inaugurations-past-to-present-in-library-of-congress-primary-sources/#