How does a candidate go about campaigning, winning the election, and then becoming the next President? What's with the electoral college anyway? This game has proven to be an excellent way for students to comprehend what a candidate needs to go through in order to become the next President. From taking stances on issues, giving speeches, and traveling to various states, students will take the role of candidate and do their best to win the most electoral votes and become the next President of the United States.
This worksheet is an excellent written companion to go along with the FREE game created by iCivics.com
. As students play the FREE online game Win the White House
, students will also complete this series of 11 reflection questions. Just playing the game in itself is fun, but having this assessment is great for the teacher and student to reflect on what has been learned. My students love this game an have told me that they play it at home as well. Playing this election campaign game is an excellent hands-on activity to add to your political parties or Executive Branch unit within your civics or government classes. Let's go "Win the White House!"
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