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  • The Electoral College in Plain English

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  • 1. Campaign to Elect theProgressive President• How can people change society?• Did this period of industrialization and reform move America closer or further away from its founding ideals?
  • 2. How do presidents get elected?
  • 3. Types of Campaign Adds Bandwagon Cardstacking Contrast Glittering Generalities Mudslinging Plain Folks Testimonial Transfer
  • 4. Bandwagon An attempt to convey a sense of momentum and to generate a positive “everybody’s doin’ it” so you should too” mentality.
  • 5. Cardstacking Use of statistics, often in a one-side manner. It may omit information that is crucial to drawing an informed or balanced conclusion.
  • 6. Contrast Juxtaposing positive images of one’s candidacy with negative images of the opponent in the same ad.
  • 7. Glittering Generalities-  Usually the first type of ad used in a campaign. These spots are usually used to introduce a candidate to the voters. Ads are almost always positive. Designed to leave a good first impression. Uses vague words and phrases that have a positive effect on the viewer and appeal to a variety of interests.
  • 8. Mudslinging Called attack ads. They make assertions about the opponent in a variety of unflattering ways. Name calling and/or groundless assertions about one candidate by his/her opponents. This advertising strategy is used by a candidate primarily to create a negative impression of one’s opponent. This strategy may backfire and create a negative impression of the candidate who is responsible for the creation of the negative ad if used excessively or in a manner that is perceived as tasteless, false, deceptive, or going too far.
  • 9. Plain Folks An attempt by a candidate to appeal to the average voter as just “one of the people.”
  • 10. Testimonial Endorsements from celebrities or other well-known people.
  • 11. Transfer Use of popular symbols to create a positive connotation for the candidate or the use of negative or controversial symbols to create a negative connotation of one’s opponent.
  • 12. Directions 1/21. A president is assigned to your group.2. Create the graphic organizers.3. Read information about the three progressive presidents from the textbook.4. Fill in the graphic organizers.
  • 13. Create the following graphic organizers.Theodore Roosevelt Definition Why is this important?Square DealTrustbustingInterstate Commerce CommissionPure Food and Drugs ActConservationNAACP
  • 14. William Howard Taft Definition Why is this important?Payne-Aldrich TariffBull-Moose Party
  • 15. Woodrow Wilson Definition Why is this important?Election of 1912Clayton Antitrust Act16th Amendment- Federal Income TaxFederal Reserve System19th Amendment- Female Suffrage17th Amendment
  • 16. Directions 2/25. Storyboard ideas for your add.6. Conduct additional research.7. Write the script for your add. Include factual information from your textbook and other resources. This information should be hilighted or underlined. Use the different types of strategies used in political campaign adds.
  • 17. Choice of Products1. Three minute oral speech2. One minute radio add (podcast).3. Thirty second television add (video clip).Please note: Your product must clearly include the participation of all group members.
  • 18. Processing Activity Rank the following Progressive reforms in order of importance and be ready to defend your answer.  Trustbusting  Interstate Commerce Commission  Pure Food and Drugs Act  Conservation  NAACP  Payne-Aldrich Tariff  Clayton Antitrust Act  16th Amendment- Federal Income Tax  Federal Reserve System  19th Amendment- Female Suffrage  17th Amendment
  • 19. Vocabulary Trustbusting- Various progressive reforms sponsored by President Roosevelt Interstate Commerce Commission- Set up to enforce the law prohibiting railroad owners from fixing prices in given areas Pure Food and Drugs Act- Halted the sale of contaminated foods and medicines and called for truth in labeling Conservation- Preserving some wilderness areas and developing others for the common good NAACP- National Association for the Advancement of Colored People which tried to gain full equality among the races Payne-Aldrich Tariff- A compromise that moderated high tariff rates and angered the Progressives
  • 20. Vocabulary Clayton Antitrust Act- Prohibited corporations from acquiring the stock of another corporation if that would create a monopoly 16th Amendment- Federal Income Tax- A graduated tax of individual earning and corporate profits that raised money for the government Federal Reserve System- decentralized banking system, controlled by the federal government that controlled credit and the money supply 19th Amendment- Female Suffrage- Women gain the right to vote 17th Amendment- Direct election of senators