President Nixon Activity Bundle

President Nixon Activity Bundle
President Nixon Activity Bundle
President Nixon Activity Bundle
President Nixon Activity Bundle
President Nixon Activity Bundle
President Nixon Activity Bundle
President Nixon Activity Bundle
President Nixon Activity Bundle
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  1. Students read Nixon's resignation speech, answer 14 questions, and complete 2 creative tasks (both tasks involve multiple points of view). The answers are included where appropriate and this would be great for a sub! Sample questions include: --What was Nixon persevering through? --What did Nixon
  2. Students review Nixon's time in office as president by making a 20 item timeline. The timeline incorporates political cartoons, news articles, maps, social media posts, news headlines, and academic summaries (each elements has specific requirements outlined in the instructions). A list of topic id
  3. Students take on the role of Press Secretary for Nixon and release social media posts informing the public of Nixon's administration events/thoughts/actions/etc (clear and detailed instructions in the handout). There is also an academic summary component to this assignment that should be done indiv
  4. Students complete a 3 part activity to review President Nixon and his presidency. The first part has 5 questions to help students review factual parts of Nixon's presidency. In the second part of the activity students "interview" Nixon right after his inauguration (5 questions and answers), in the
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Students complete 4 activities to review President Nixon's presidency: a primary source analysis with creative tasks for his Farewell Address, an interview activity, and a social media style review. The answers are included where appropriate and this would be great for a sub! See the preview for a closer look.

Sample questions from the primary source analysis include:

--What was Nixon persevering through?

--What did Nixon fear were he not able to see his term through?

--Citing evidence from the text, how does he defend his decision to resign?

--How does Nixon ask the American public to support Ford, and why?

--Nixon says in the last paragraph, "he has done his very best..." Inferring from the text and what you learned in class, do you agree with that statement, why or why not?

To recap, this includes:

Nixon's Farewell Address Primary Source Analysis with Creative Tasks

Nixon Interview Activity

Timeline Project

President Nixon Social Media Style Review Activity

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