Learning about the presidential election has never been easier! This mega bundle allows you to teach relevant social studies lessons while integrating ELA. It includes information units on Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump and units on the Presidential Ele
Understanding our Three Branches of Government and the Presidential Election Process can sometimes be tough for students. This bundled resource comes with over 200 pages, perfect for helping you capture students' interest as you study the Executive Branch, the Legislative Branch and the Judicial Branch of our government along with Voting, the 2016 Presidential Candidates and the Presidential Election Process. #tied2teaching
If you are teaching the election process, you will want this unit! The unit is 91 pages and contains material for the process of electing the President of the United States. This is a terrific unit whether it is an election year or not!
Use free resources from this packet to assist in teaching about our government and how to be involved.
Presidential Election & Inauguration: Becoming the President Texts & Activities
Civics Teachers - Do you need reading passages for U.S. government? This resources includes texts for teaching the Electoral College, Caucuses & Primaries, Inauguration Day, and the Oath of Office. Students can also learn about the Inaugural Address by studying and comparing both John F Kennedy's and Ronald Reagan's Innaugural Address. Also included is a timeline activity for the presidential election process, as well as arguments both for and against the Electoral College. #civics…
A mini unit to teach students about the election process (perfect with the upcoming election!)Students hold primaries and a general election wh.(Students can persuade why that candy bar should be elected and why it is best).
The U.S. Presidential Election Process Research Unit