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02 - Presidential Qualifications
02 - Presidential Qualifications
02 - Presidential Qualifications
02 - Presidential Qualifications
02 - Presidential Qualifications
02 - Presidential Qualifications
02 - Presidential Qualifications
02 - Presidential Qualifications
02 - Presidential Qualifications
02 - Presidential Qualifications
02 - Presidential Qualifications
02 - Presidential Qualifications
02 - Presidential Qualifications
02 - Presidential Qualifications
02 - Presidential Qualifications
02 - Presidential Qualifications
02 - Presidential Qualifications
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02 - Presidential Qualifications

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Lecture set from High School American Government class on Presidential Qualifications for office.

Lecture set from High School American Government class on Presidential Qualifications for office.

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  • 1. PRESIDENTIAL QUALIFICATION WHAT IT TAKES TO BE THE PRESIDENT
  • 2. OBJECTIVES STUDENTS WILL IDENTIFY THE ROLES AND QUALIFICATIONS OF THE PRESIDENT. STUDENTS WILL EXAMINE THE LINE OF PRESIDENTIAL SUCCESSION.
  • 3. VOCABULARY CHIEF OF STATE: TERM FOR PRESIDENT AS THE CEREMONIAL HEAD OF THE UNITED STATES, THE SYMBOL OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF THE NATION. CHIEF EXECUTIVE: TERM FOR PRESIDENT AS VESTED WITH THE EXECUTIVE POWER OF THE UNITED STATES. COMMANDER IN CHIEF: TERM FOR THE PRESIDENT AS COMMANDER OF THE NATION’S ARMED FORCES. PRESIDENTIAL SUCCESSION ACT OF 1947: LAW SPECIFYING THE ORDER OF PRESIDENTIAL SUCCESSION FOLLOWING THE VICE PRESIDENT.
  • 4. ROLES CHIEF OF STATE (CEREMONIAL LEAD OF STATE) CHIEF EXECUTIVE (STATE AND FOREIGN AFFAIRS) CHIEF ADMINISTRATOR (DIRECTOR OF THE GOVERNMENT) CHIEF DIPLOMAT (SPOKESMAN TO THE WORLD) COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF (MILITARY AFFAIRS) CHIEF OF PARTY (POLITICAL PARTY) CHIEF CITIZEN (REPRESENT THE PEOPLE) THE PRESIDENT SERVES AS:
  • 5. QUALIFICATIONS NATURAL BORN CITIZENS 35 YEARS OF AGE LIVED IN THE US FOR 14 YEARS YOUNGEST PRESIDENT: TEDDY ROOSEVELT (42)
  • 6. TERMS OF OFFICE UNTIL 1951 - NO LIMITS TO THE NUMBER OF TIMES MOST RE-ELECTED PRESIDENTS DIDN’T WANT TO OR WERE ABLE TO GET MORE THAN ONE TERM FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT - 1932, 1936, 1940, 1944 1951 - 22ND AMENDMENT - TERM LIMITED TO NOT MORE THAN 2 TERMS
  • 7. PAY AND BENEFITS $400,000 A YEAR (SET BY CONGRESS) $50,000 FOR EXPENSES WHITE HOUSE, OFFICES AND STAFF, FLEET OF AUTOS, AIR FORCE ONE CAMP DAVID (RESORT HIDEAWAY) MD CARE IF NEEDED
  • 8. PRESIDENTIAL SUCCESSION VICE PRESIDENT TAKES OFFICE IN THE CASE OF PRESIDENTS DEATH 1967 - CONGRESS DETERMINED SUCCESSION FOLLOWING THE VP (PRESIDENTIAL SUCCESSION ACT OF 1947) SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE PRESIDENT PRO TEMPORE SECRETARY OF STATE NEXT 13 HEADS OF THE CABINET IN ORDER OF CREATION
  • 9. PRESIDENTIAL SUCCESSION IF THE PRESIDENT IS DISABLED - 25TH AMENDMENT (1967) PROVIDES FOR IF THE PRESIDENT IS INCAPACITATED AND UNABLE TO FULFILL THE DUTIES OF PRESIDENT EISENHOWER - SICK 3 TIMES GARFIELD (AFTER BEING SHOT) - 80 DAYS WILSON (STROKE) - 7 MONTHS REAGAN (TUMOR REMOVED) - 7 HOURS, 54 MINUTES
  • 10. VICE PRESIDENT ACTS AS THE PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE HELPS TO DECIDE THE DISABILITY OF THE PRESIDENT JOHN C. BRECKINRIDGE YOUNGEST VP (36)
  • 11. CAMPAIGN ASSIGNMENT: PLATFORM & JINGLE FOR THE REST OF THE CLASS TODAY YOU NEED TO GET WITH YOUR PARTY AND DECIDE WHAT WILL BE YOUR PARTY PLATFORM: WHAT DOES YOUR PARTY WANT TO DO? FOCUS ON SCHOOL ISSUES - I.E. WHAT WOULD YOU DO TO MAKE ATCHISON COUNTY COMMUNITY JUNIOR/ HIGH SCHOOL A BETTER PLACE? AFTER YOU’VE BRAINSTORMED A LIST OF 5-10 ISSUES, NARROW IT DOWN TO 2-4.
  • 12. CAMPAIGN ASSIGNMENT: PLATFORM & JINGLE SLOGAN & JINGLE: EACH PARTY WILL ORIGINATE A PARTY SLOGAN AND A PARTY JINGLE (A SHORT ORIGINAL PIECE USING THE CANDIDATES NAME AND STANCE ON ISSUES TO AN EASILY RECOGNIZABLE TUNE). THE CANDIDATES NAME MUST BE INCLUDED IN THE SLOGAN AND JINGLE AND EACH MEMBER OF THE PARTY WILL BE A PARTICIPANT IN THE JINGLE. IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT THE JINGLE COME FROM AN EASILY RECOGNIZABLE TUNE, ONE THAT IS EASY TO SING. IN THE PAST THE MOST COMMON PROBLEM IS CHOOSING A SONG THAT ONLY A FEW MEMBERS OF THE PARTY KNOW AND AS A RESULT SINGING THE SONG IS HARD FOR MOST TO DO, CONSEQUENTLY THE FINAL RECORDING IS WEAK.
  • 13. SOME EXAMPLES FROM ABILENE

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