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Edu 375

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  • 1. The White House and it’s Presidentshttp://www.whitehouse.gov/about/presidents<br />Tyler Eustace<br />EDU 375<br />Prof. Deglopper<br />
  • 2. Why I chose this site...<br />100% free!<br />Social Studies Concentration.<br />Always a popular unit within elementary schools.<br />Very easy site to use and incorporate into a classroom!<br />
  • 3. What I liked...<br />Organized list of all presidents with attached Bios for each.<br />Section dedicated to Air Force One!<br />President’s Day lesson plans!<br />Interactive Tour of the White House!<br />
  • 4. White House Lesson Idea(grades 2-6)<br />First have your students take a tour of the most famous residence in the United States. <br />After exploring, have them create a floor plan for their favorite room within the White House. <br />On the back of their floor plan, have your students write a brief passage explaining the room and the purpose it serves to the president<br />
  • 5. President Lesson Idea (grades 1-6)<br />Have your children explore this website and pick a president that interest them most.<br />Have them record 3 uncommon facts in which they did not know about their president.<br />After editing, have your students re-write their facts on a blank sheet of paper with their presidents head attached<br />
  • 6. THE END<br />

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