Download
slide1 n.
Skip this Video
Loading SlideShow in 5 Seconds..
What 3 qualifications for the U.S. Presidency are listed in the Constitution? PowerPoint Presentation
Download Presentation
What 3 qualifications for the U.S. Presidency are listed in the Constitution?

What 3 qualifications for the U.S. Presidency are listed in the Constitution?

175 Vues Download Presentation
Télécharger la présentation

What 3 qualifications for the U.S. Presidency are listed in the Constitution?

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript

  1. Bell ringer 10-31 Please write down question (10); Please skip three lines per question; Please have planner out and on your table. • What 3 qualifications for the U.S. Presidency are listed in the Constitution? • How does the Electoral College work? • What is a presidential elector? • How many years is a presidential term? • A candidate must win how many electoral votes to win a presidential election?

  2. Bell ringer 10-31 Please write down question (10); Please skip three lines per question; Please have planner out and on your table. What is the maximum number of years that a president can serve in office? What happens if a president dies or leaves office? What did Presidential Succession Act do? What was the purpose of the 25th Amendment? Who was the first Jewish vice president candidate?

  3. Daily Outcome • Name the qualifications for being president • Explain how a president is elected • List the order of presidential succession

  4. Dates to remember • Ch. 6 test – Thursday, November 1st • Election Day is November 6th!!! • Ch. 7-1 quiz will be on Tuesday, November 6th

  5. Daily Planner • Bell ringer • Qualifications for being President • Review for Ch. 6 test • HWK – Review for Ch. 6 test on Thursday

  6. Qualifications for President, pg 166-67 -------- is the top Political job in country; Most important job in The world ----- ------- was Our first president …

  7. Qualifications for President, pg 166-67 Constitution states only -- rules about becoming The president … At least ---- years old; Native-born American citizen; Resident of the US for 14 years

  8. Qualifications for President, pg 166-67 John F. Kennedy was The first ------- to Become president Opening door for …. All presidents have been White males, Protestant (except one), college Educated (most), and many were ------- …

  9. Qualifications for President, pg 166-67 Geraldine Ferraro in ------ was first women To be nominated as a VP candidate

  10. Qualifications for President, pg 166-67 Geraldine Ferraro in ------ was first women To be nominated as a VP candidate In 1988, ------ ------- ran a close Second in the Democratic Primary for President

  11. How many electoral votes did the state of California have? Which candidate won the election? How many electoral votes did the winning candidate receive? Which candidate won the popular vote? What was the difference in the popular vote between winning and losing? Bell ringer, 11-1 Use chart map on page 170 to answer; Please write the questions (5); Please have planner out and on your table.

  12. Today's Objective • Name the qualifications for being president • Explain how a president is elected • List the order of presidential succession

  13. Dates to remember • Ch. 6 test – Thursday, November 1st • Election Day is November 6th!!! • Ch. 7-1 quiz will be on Tuesday, November 6th

  14. Daily Planner • Bell ringer • Electing a POTUS • Chapter 6 test • HWK – GR 7-1

  15. Electing a President, pg 167 ______ take place every _____ years in years Evenly divisible by the number 4

  16. Electing a President, pg 167 Constitution does not provide For ________; instead it Created the _______ (indirect method of electing )

  17. Electing a President, pg 167 Each state has as many electoral Votes as ______ and _______ combined For total of ___ Electoral votes

  18. Electing a President, pg 167 Winner take all system; To Become _____ a candidate has to win ___ Electoral votes

  19. Electing a President, pg 167 Elections take place in _____. But technically the Electoral College meets in ______ to Declare an _________

  20. Bell ringer, 11-2 Copy questions (5). Use pages 654-658 to answer; please have planner out and on your table • Which President of the United States once was a rancher? • Which POTUS hails from the great state of Vermont? (2) • Which POTUS had no Vice President serve with him? (4) • Which POTUS did not belong to any political party? • Who was the POTUS 100 years ago? 200 years ago?

  21. Daily Outcome • Name the qualifications for being president • Explain how a president is elected • List the order of presidential succession

  22. Dates to remember • Election Day is November 6th!!! • Ch. 7-1 quiz will be on Tuesday, November 6th

  23. Daily Planner • Bell ringer • POTUS Succession • Eight vocabulary terms you should know • Outline Terms of Office

  24. Term of Office, pg 167-68 • Term of Office (167) • 1. Presidents serve _____ year terms • 2. Generally a President served no more • than 2 terms in office like ________ • 3. FDR won 4 terms but ______ Amendment now • Limits a president to 2 terms (max 10 years) • Salary and Benefits (167-68) • President receives _______ per year plus • expenses (travel and security) • 2. Lives and works in the __________ • 3. Staff of _______ there to take of President • and his/her family • Other Benefits (168) • 1. President has use of ________in Maryland • 2. Camp David serves as a retreat and a place to • Host __________ • 3. For travel, President has use of special cars, • Helicopters and even __________

  25. Bell ringer 11-5 Copy the statement; read page 168-169 to answer; please have planners on your table for me to sign. • The vice president is elected with the president through the _____. • The qualifications for the vice president are the same as those for the ______. • Article I states that vice president shall preside over the ______. • If president _____, is removed from office, becomes seriously ill or resigns, vice president becomes president. • _____ vice presidents have become president due to the death or resignation of a president.

  26. Daily Outcome • Name the qualifications for being president • Explain how a president is elected • List the order of presidential succession

  27. Dates to remember • Quiz on Ch. 7, Section 1 will be tomorrow • Election day is tomorrow!!! • Progress Reports go home on November 27

  28. Daily Planner • Bell ringer • POTUS Succession • Eight review questions you should know … • 3 Column Chart – Duties of the POTUS

  29. Presidential Succession, pg 168-69

  30. Presidential Succession, pg 168-69 1841 _______, 1st president to die In office; ______ assumes Presidency & sets precedent

  31. Presidential Succession, pg 168-69 In _____, Congress passes The Presidential _____ Act Which indicates the line after The Vice President

  32. Presidential Succession, pg 168-69 In _____, Congress passes The Presidential _____ Act Which indicates the line after The Vice President

  33. Presidential Succession, pg 168-69 In _____, Congress passes The Presidential _____ Act Which indicates the line after The Vice President

  34. Presidential Succession, pg 168-69 In _____, Congress passes The Presidential _____ Act Which indicates the line after The Vice President

  35. Presidential Succession, pg 168-69 In _____, Congress passes The Presidential _____ Act Which indicates the line after The Vice President

  36. Presidential Succession, pg 168-69 25th Amendment says that if A _____ dies or leaves office The ______ becomes the President; New President names VP

  37. 8 questions you should know (7-1) Who counts the Electoral votes And declares a Winner as the next President? Which president Was elected for Four terms? Which vice president Replaced a president When that president Resigned? Who was the First president To die in office? If both president And vice president Both die or leave Office, who is next In line of succession? Who was our Nation’s first Vice president? Article I of the Constitution gives the Vice president the Authority to do What? Which amendment Addresses Presidential Succession?

  38. 8 questions you should know (7-1) Who counts the Electoral votes And declares a Winner as the next President? Which president Was elected for Four terms? Which vice president Replaced a president When that president Resigned? Who was the First president To die in office? If both president And vice president Both die or leave Office, who is next In line of succession? Who was our Nation’s first Vice president? Article I of the Constitution gives the Vice president the Authority to do What? Which amendment Addresses Presidential Succession?

  39. Roles of the President Commander in Chief Legislative Leader (173) Commander in chief Of Armed forces “C” gives Cong. power To declare war but Only “P” can send troops Into Battle “P” has sent troops Into action more than 150 Times since 1789 1973  War Powers Act

  40. Bell ringer 11-7 Copy the statement; please skip three lines per statement. Planners on your table. Thanks • According to the Constitution, what are the powers of the President of the United States? • What is the importance of the State of the Union Address? • What is an executive order? • What is the difference between a pardon and an amnesty? • What tasks does the President perform as commander in chief?

  41. Bell ringer 11-7 Copy the statement; please skip three lines per statement. Planners on your table. Thanks 6. Who has the power to make war? 7. What duties does the President perform as the head of state? 8. What is a President’s legislative program? 9. What must the President do according to the War Powers Resolution? 10. How many cabinet departments exist to help the President carry out laws?

  42. Daily Outcomes • Identify the Constitutional powers of the president • Discuss the roles of the president

  43. Dates to remember • Chapter 7 test (tentatively) – Thursday, November 15th • Progress Reports go home on November 27