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Ask Not...No, Actually, Ask! A History of American Presidential Inauguration
As we prepare to welcome #46, let's learn how the other 45 started their terms! This is a history of United States Presidential inauguration for middle and high school learners.
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Students will learn about how presidential terms start and about noteable and historically significant inaugural addresses. They will learn the oath of office and about the traditions and ceremonies that occur every four years. Special emphasis will be placed on the history of the peaceful transfer of power, especially in times of crisis. Students will also learn about significant inaugural addresses: "Ask not what your country can do for you," "With Malice toward none," "The only thing...
Students will learn about important periods of transition in American history and how the peaceful transfer of power has impacted the course of American life. They will be able to describe how famous or memorable lines from inaugural addresses portray significant moments in history. They will also learn what to expect from the upcoming inauguration and its place in our own lives and history.
I have been an educator for 17 years with experience teaching United States History and Government at the high school level.
There is no homework for this course.
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
This is a history course that will inform learners of the long and rich history of the peaceful transition of power and the presidential inauguration. While the content will focus on political history, both the course and the teacher will remain unbiased, neither supporting nor endorsing any current political party, side of any issue, or any candidate. Exceptions to this will be made for issues that faced the nation in earlier eras that are no longer debated in partisan settings, i.e. enslavement, segregation, universal suffrage, etc.
All of the content for this class will come from primary sources, audio, video, and photographs of presidential inaugurations.
Dr. JeremyUS History, Presidential History, Abraham Lincoln, and more!
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I love to teach! I have been a public school educator for 17 years in the Midwest. I taught United States History and Government, and I am now a curriculum director for a large high school. I believe we learn best when we are having fun, so I...