This is a bundle of 2, highly animated, power point presentations on Voting & Elections - Fun With Elections for Students. Both presentations together number 104 slides. Each of the presentation slides are editable so you can change it to fit your individual needs.
Presentation #1 is a fun, colorful, 40 slide animated power point presentation on the "perks" of being the President of the United States (POTUS) through the eyes of a student. It asks the question, "What do you want to be when you grow up" and presents the office of POTUS while describing the "perks" that come with the office.
The presentation is designed to create discussion of the office of president as the student considers the "perks" of the office. I have also included slides of cutaways of "Airforce One," "The Beast" and "Marine One" to further create interest. The final 10 slides raises this question, "If POTUS had a business card, what would his title(s) be?
I have also included links to videos on The White House, Airforce One, The Beast and Marine One. This is an excellent presentation for use in either the presidential election or in the study of the Executive Branch of the U. S. Government.
Power point presentation #1 is entitled, Voting & Elections - So You Think You Want to be President contains 40 slides and covers the following:
You Must First Qualify for Office
You Must Earn Other Qualifications
Presidential “Perks” (2)
The White House
The White House Staff
The Personal Staff
The South Lawn
The Blair House
“The Beast” Cutaway
“The Beast” in Action
“Ground Force One”
The Advance Tem
“Air Force One”
“Air Force One” Cutaway
Marine One (2)
The POTUS Business Card (10)
Presentation #2 is a 64 slide, highly animated, editable, power point presentation designed to have some fun with your students. You can use it as a "pre-test" to gauge their current knowledge of the election process or it can be used as an end of unit review.
There are 30 slides of questions picked randomly on the subject of the general elections. The answer key is on each slide following the question. Although the presentation is 64 slides, the questions are multiple choice and it moves quickly and can be completed in one class session.
By way of introduction, here goes! As a citizen, you have the right to vote on National, State and local elections. It’s a simple process and everyone knows what is all about. Right? Well not so fast.
Middle School students think they are “on top of their game” when it comes to their knowledge of the voting process. Are they? What about you? Let’s test your knowledge. After a few “warm up slides” you can show us all what a star you are. Don’t worry no grades are taken, so have some fun!
“Are You Smarter than a Middle School Civics Student?
Power point presentation #1 is entitled, Voting & Elections - Are You Smarter Than a Civics Middle School Student, contains 64 slides and covers the following:
Warm Up Slides
Qualifications to Vote
Registration to Vote
Let the Review Begin!
Groups of People
Political Parties (5)
You Are 18 Now
So How Did You Do?
This is one of many bundled power point presentations I offer in my store under the heading....Voting & Elections