This simple, yet very effective tool, allows students to rank the top 10 U.S. Presidents, as well as the 10 worst! Students must give reasoning for their placements, and then discuss them in class. Students are usually engaged by this because they must take and defend a position. Students may use their notes, internet, or resources gained over the entire school year to compile their list. I recommend doing this at the end of the year because it is a lively way to review (and rediscover main topics). You can also allow students to do a poll and see who is the top prez in their class (simply complete ratings, and do an average). Also included is advice on how to use the lessons.