This project can be used in a wide variety of lessons or chapters and works well with most history and government textbooks. It's great for expanding students interest and knowledge on various issues related to American presidents. It is a
This is a flowchart walking students through the process of becoming the US president. Some of the images are clickable and will take students to YouTube videos. I have use this for a couple years in class and it works phenomenally.
If you use the textbook living democracy for advanced placement US government and politics, these notes will come in handy. I have web links in them and they outline the chapter quite well. I've been using this book for over three years now and
Notes covering the U.S. executive branch that works for most secondary grade levels, and will meet most of the standards. Contains links to YouTube Videos and outside sources for discussion. Also contains descriptions of assignments related to the
Notes on the Cold War that covers topics like the Korean War, Berlin Blockade, Yalta / Potsdam, Red Scare, as well as many other key topics related to the Cold War. Is general enough to be used across a wide array of student grade levels, but
U.S. History, World History, Other (Social Studies - History)
This is a basic outline of the U.S. Constitution. It works well when covering the document as a whole, or for simply referencing the location of a specific section or clause. It is in color and in .pdf format. I use this frequently in class as a