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Mr. President - Compass Classroom

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Audio dramatizations of an episode in a particular President's life or administration, without using his name. For use with Dave Raymond’s History courses or as a standalone resource.

  • Formats: Download
  • Lessons: 25 Dramatizations

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Compass Classroom is delighted to present Mr. President for use with Dave Raymond’s American History course or as a standalone resource for your homeschool.

These are approximately 30 minute historical dramatizations of an episode in a particular President's life or administration, without using his name. You are given a chance to guess the president at the end of the show.

Included in this download:

  • MP3 files tagged for use in iTunes or similar music database

Mr. President was a radio series on ABC from 1947 to 1953. Each half-hour episode was based on an incident in a President’s life, but the dialogs were written in such a way as not to reveal the name of the President until the end of the program. An advertisement for the program noted, "Each week the suspense mounts from his first question, 'Which one of our 32 Presidents am I?'"

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Related Lessons

Can You Correctly Identify These Presidents?

Abraham Lincoln
Andrew Jackson
Andrew Johnson
Chester Allen Arthur
Franklin Pierce
George Washington
Grover Cleveland
James K Polk
James Monroe
John Tyler
Theodore Roosevelt
Thomas Jefferson
Ulysses S Grant
Warren G Harding
William Howard Taft
Woodrow Wilson
Zachary Taylor

FAQ

INSTALLATION

Access the materials at “Downloadable Products” in your Compass Classroom store account, and unzip the file to a location on your hard drive.

Once the files are unzipped, you can play the files directly on your computer. Alternatively, you can upload the files to any device which will play .mp3s. If you use iTunes or a similar music database program, you can drag the unzipped folders to the program icon.

To permit the listener a chance to guess the President, the order of tracks has been randomized and the names will be hidden in you music player. The President's name is revealed at the end of the episode. To check your answer before that time, look in the "Comments" field of the track's information in iTunes by right-clicking a track and selecting "Get Info."

These audio files were obtained in the public domain and are provided as-is. If you have questions, feel free to use the Compass Classroom Forum via compassclassroom.com.