Fun word art poster of the US Presidential Oath of Office and the Seal of the President. Print, laminate, and hang in your room! Other word art posters are available: Emancipation Proclamation US Constitution Preamble
PRESIDENTIAL INAUGURATION DAY ACTIVITIES - Reading, Writing, and Technology; Before our president-elect can take over his duties as president of the United States, he must take the oath of office. This unit provides posters about the duties of the president, vocabulary, reading passages, and technology opportunities. There's lots of opportunities for student choice and differentiation in this social studies unit. For a hands-on activity, I've included a fun Branches of Government Flipboo
Jacqueline Kennedy wears her pink Chanel suit, still stained with the blood of her husband, as Lyndon Johnson takes the oath of office in Air Force One. According to Lady Bird Johnson, who was also present:
Just after Vice President Mike Pence took the vice presidential oath of office using the Reagan family Bible, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir performed this beautiful rendition of "America the Beautiful," accompanied by the Marine Band known as The President's Own.
Lyndon Johnson taking the Presidential Oath of Office Canvas Art - John ParrotStocktrek Images x
Presidential Election & Inauguration: Becoming the President Texts & Activities
Civics Teachers - Do you need reading passages for U.S. government? This resources includes texts for teaching the Electoral College, Caucuses & Primaries, Inauguration Day, and the Oath of Office. Students can also learn about the Inaugural Address by studying and comparing both John F Kennedy's and Ronald Reagan's Innaugural Address. Also included is a timeline activity for the presidential election process, as well as arguments both for and against the Electoral College. #civics…
Facts about and brief history of the oath of office administered to the President of the United States.
Presidents, The Bible, and Their Oath of Office
Presidents since George Washington have sworn their oath of office on the Bible. Washington's precedent led the way for almost all U.S. Presidents to promise to uphold the Constitution while placing their hand on the Holy Bible. Students will read a brief passage about taking the oath of office during the Presidential inauguration and the role the Bible has played since Washington's time.
This ebook includes one interactive foldable booklet for the student to create.. The booklet was designed to be used with any curriculum or textbook. Inside this booklet, the student will tell what he has learned about the inauguration, including the date, Oath of Office, Lame Duck, and blank pages for