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Curriculum Design and Instruction to Teach

The American Presidency:



Author: Charles Hayes.





Special Features Include:

Special Features Include:

Phases For Conducting a Needs Assessment:
Curriculum Design Supplement:
|A]. Subject-Questions-Answer:
Curriculum Design Plan:
Curriculum Design Goals:
Curriculum Design Objectives:
Instructional Goals:
Instructional Objectives:
Instructional Activities:
Instructional Evaluation Techniques:
Difficult Terminology To Be Utilized:
Curriculum Design Supplement:
Lesson Plans:
Standard Vocabulary:
A Limited Glimpse:




Topics Include:




@ Presidential Power:

* Introduction:

1. Celebrity And Sun King:

2. Symbol Of The Nation:

3. The Assasination Syndrome:

4. The Breach Of Faith:

II. The Ordeal Of Power:

III. The Textbook Presidencies:

1. Presidential Power:

2. Towards A Theory OF Presidential Power:

IV. The Creation Of The Presidency:

1. Failure Of Confederation:

2. Executive Power In The Confederation:

3. The Experience Of The States:

4. Rejection Of Manarchy:

5. Choices For The Convention:

6. Popular Connections:

7. Enumerating The Powers:

V. Checks And Balances:

1. Impeachment:

2. Sovereign Powers:

3. War Powers:

4. Diplomatic Powers:

VI. Prerogative Power:

1. Ratification:

2. The Constitutional Experiment:

VII. Rules Of Constitutional Construction:

1. Extraconstitutional Powers:

2. Expansive Rules Of Construction:

3. Emergency Powers:

4. The Intentions Of The Framers:

5. Precedent And Usage:

@ Prerogative Powers:

* Introduction:

1. Legitimizing Presidential Prerogatives:

2. Constitutional Issues:

3. Frontlash: Diplomatic Powers:

4. Franklin Roosevelt And The Atlantic Alliance:

5. Frontlash: Preservation Of The Union:

6. Backlash: Domestic Policymaking:

7. Andrew Jackson And The National Bank:

8. Tyler Against The Whigs:

9. Truman And The Steel Seizure:

10. Overshoot And Collapse:

11. Watergate Prerogatives:

12. The Law Of Impeachment:

13. The Judiciary And Executive Power:

14. Emergency Prerogatives:

@ The Popular Connection:

* Introduction:

1. Eligibility And Contention:

2. Campaign Finance:

3. Media Politics:

4. Contender Strategies:

5. Primaries:

6. State Caucuses And Conventions:

7. National Conventions:

8. The Party Platform:

9. The General Election:

10. Election Finance:

11. Voter Mobilization:

12. The Incumbency:

13. Dirty Tricks:

14. The Myth Of Majority Rule:

15. The Electoral Vote System:

16. Reforming The Electoral College:

17. Succession To Office:

18. Conclusion:

@ Party Leadership:

1. Party Machinery:

2. Convention Pressures:

3. Autonomous Congressional Electoral

Systems:

4. Autonomous State Electoral Systems:

5. Patronage And The State Parties:

6. Distributive Politics:

7. Party Reform:

@ Domestic Program Innovation:

* Introduction:

1. The President As Initiator:

2. Choices In Program Initiation:

3. Personal Factors:

4. Planning The Program:

5. The State Of The Union Address:

6. Legislative Clearance:

7. The Programming And Advisory System:

8. The President As Program Innovator:

9. Congress As Innovator:

10. Committees And Innovation:

11. Congressional Innovation Assessed:

@ Legislative Leadership:

* Introduction:

1. The Presidential Program:

2. Party Leaders:

3. The Speaker Of The House:

4. Party Voting:

5. Coalition Building:

6. Influencing The Committees:

7. Liaison And Lobbying:

8. Transactions:

9. Hardball Tactics:

10. National Agenda Politics:

11. The Veto Powers:

12. The Reform Agenda:

@ Administrative Powers:

* Introduction:

1. The Chain Of Command:

2. The Constitutional Framework:

3. Organizing The Executive:

4. Staffing The Executive Branch:

5. The Triple Alliance:

6. Congressional Oversight:

7. Committee Clearance And Vetoes:

8. Reporting Requirements:

9. Congressional Oversight Assessed:

10. The Presidential Perspective:

11. Manipulating The Career Service:

12. The Bureaucratic Perspective:

13. Presidential Transactions With Bureaus:

14. The Departments:

15. Secretaries And The Bureaus:

16. The Cabinet:

17. Presidential-Secretarial Relations:

18. The White House Staff:

19. Staff Oversight Of Bureaucracy:

20. The Office Of Management And Budget:

21. The Executive Office Of The President:

22. Reorganizing The Executive:

@ The Budgetary Process:

* Introduction:

1. Competition For Power:

2. The Action-Forcing Process:

3. Managing The Defense Budget:

4. Department Growth Patterns:

5. The Office Of Management And Budget:

6. The OMB And The Departments:

7. The Executive Budget:

8. The Appropriations Process:

9. Administrative Oversight:

10. Modification Of The Executvie Budget:

11. Impoundment Powers:

12. Conflict Over Impoundment:

13. Congress And The Courts:

14. Checking The President:

15. Spending Powers:

16. Reforming The Budget Process:

@ Economic Policymaking:

* Introduction:

1. Fiscal Policy:

2. Fiscal Theories:

3. The State Of The Art:

4. The Collapse Of Fiscal Theory:

5. Obtaining Accurate Information:

6. The Advisory System:

7. The Federal Reserve Board:

8. Presidential Decision Making:

9. Congress And Fiscal Policy:

10. Decision Making Prior To Fiscal Year 1977:

11. Decision Making Transformed:

12. When Fiscal Policy Fails:

@ Foreign Policymaking:

* Introduction:

1. The Powers:

2. Sole Organ:

3. Alliance Powers:

4. Treaty Powers:

5. Commitment Powers:

6. Secrecy Systems:

7. Classification Systems:

8. Executive Privilege:

9. Executive-Congressional Relations:

10. Management Of Foreign Relations:

11. The Problem With State:

12. The National Security Council:

13. Improving The Advisory System:

@ Presidential War-Making:

* Introduction:

1. Uses Of Force:

2. Theories Of Presidential War-Making:

3. Strategic Considerations:

4. Alliance Politics:

5. Economic Interests:

6. National Security Managers:

7. Coalition Building:

8. Quagmire Theory:

9. Presidential Decisions:

10. The War-Making Prerogative:

11. Congress And War Powers:

12. Was The Vietnam War Constitutional?

13. The Role Of International Law:

14. Congressional Checks:

15. The War Powers Resolution:

16. The Resolution In Operation:

17. Carter And The Resolution:

18. The Future Of Presidential War-Making:

* STATE OF THE ART CURRICULUM:

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