Lesson plans on presidential inaugurations: Free download on January 13 & 14


New lesson plans and other materials from the Bill of Rights Institute, on presidential inaugurations.  Even better if you’re a cheapskate like me, you can download the inauguration lessons for free, but only on January 13 and 14, 2009.

Bill of Rights Institute

Free-for a limited time only!

Bring the historic Presidential Inauguration of 2009 into your classroom! “Presidential Inauguration: History, Tradition, and the Constitution” helps your students learn more about Inauguration Day from constitutional, historical, and current perspectives.

Those of you who own Being an American: Exploring the Ideals that Unite Us, Second Edition can use your unique passwords to access the lesson at any time. If you do not own the curriculum, you can download the lesson for free for two days only: January 13-14, 2009. Download your lesson at www.BillofRightsInstitute.org/today!

To buy Being an American, Second Edition, which gives you a full week of lessons and access to all past and future Web-based materials, click here.

Best deal, especially for U.S. history, spend the $20 and buy the full set of plans.

Also, check out these 25 inauguration videos from the past, at HotChalk.

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