Full Video |10:24

Full Video |10:24

Examines the qualifications required for a citizen to become president of the United States. The program details the history of the United States and the formation of the Constitution, revealing why there are three branches of government. The program also explores the role of the Electoral College, the formation of political parties, and the process of being elected as a presidential candidate.

©2016 Discovery Education UK| Grade(s) 3-5, 6-8

Related Topics

  • campaigning
  • citizenship
  • Constitutional Convention
  • democracy
  • Democrats
  • Electoral College
  • England
  • executive branch
  • government
  • House of Representatives
  • inauguration

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