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Impeached? History of presidential impeachment in the United States
We'll learn about the process of impeaching and removing a President of the United States from office
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President Donald Trump became the third president to be impeached. But he's still president. In this class students will learn about the process of impeaching and removing a President of the United States from office and the roles of the United States House of Representatives and United States Senate in this process based on the Constitution. We'll learn about what are "impeachable offenses" and how those are defined. We'll look closely at each of the presidents who have been impeached --...
At the end of the class students should have a basic understanding of the process of impeaching and removing a President of the United States from office based on the US Constitution. Students should be able to converse about the presidents from history who have faced impeachment. This is not a political class and it is not partisan in any way. The goal of the teacher is that students will understand the impeachment process but not be able to say for sure how the teacher feels about the current president.
I've been a political junkie all my life -- and once upon a time even ran for United States Congress. I've been studying impeachment since I was a freshmen in college and presented one of the sides for my social sciences division on the impeachment of Bill Clinton. (I won't tell you which side I took -- my goal as a teacher is to keep you guessing!). We live in a big and fascinating world and one of my goals with my classes is to help kids develop an interest and appreciation for the world around them and different cultures. My classes draw from my own experiences as a world traveler. I've visited and lived abroad in seventeen countries. Much of what we do in my classes is the same type of research I would do on a destination before I would travel to that country. I'm also the former deputy director of the historic home of President Ronald Reagan and in 2010 was a candidate for United States Congress.
Students will be provided with class notes and links for further research and parents with questions to ask their kids to continue the conversation. Parents looking for work samples to submit to fulfill charter school requirements will be pleased with the downloadable resources provided.
Parents looking for work samples to submit to fulfill charter school requirements will be pleased with the downloadable resources provided.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
World Traveler & Fun Dad
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
602 total reviews
231 completed classes
Hi, I'm Clark and I teach social studies and history classes, and help introduce learners to some of the great ideas and heroes of history and some of the greatest stories ever told. We live in a big and fascinating world and one of my goals with...