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Get to Know Joe: Everything You Should Know About #46 Joseph R. Biden
In this 45 minute course, you will get to know the President-Elect. You will learn about his nearly five decades in public service, about his personal life, and about what he wants to accomplish as president.
In this course we will learn all about the 46th President of the United States. We will talk about his decades in the US Senate, his time as Vice President, his campaign, and his goals for his first term. We will also get to know him as a person, taking a look at his lifetime or loss, sacrifice, accomplishment, and joy. Students will learn about "Amtrak Joe's" personality and values as well. This class will mostly involve direct instruction with complete openness for questions and discussion...
Students will learn about the incoming president and how his life experience has prepared him for this role. They will learn about how the legislative and executive branches function, using Biden's experience as examples. They will also learn about current events as we discuss issues facing the Biden presidency immediately after his inauguration.
I have been a public school educator for over 17 years. I've taught US History and Government along with a course on current events.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
This class will provide Joe Biden's biographical information, including notable legislation he has sponsored and supported, positions he has taken, and his presidential agenda. Neither the content nor the instructor will present this information as a means to promote any particular agenda, position, party, or opinion. The information will be conveyed to the students in a non-biased manner. Each learner, though, will be encouraged to think critically about issues facing them and our country and to form their own opinions, all of which will be welcome and listened to in this space.
The Biographical Directory of the United States Congress, the White House archives, history.com (The History Channel), ballotpedia.org
Meet the teacher
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...
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Completed by 7 learners
Live video meetings
3-12 learners per class