Joe Biden will take the oath of office on January 20, 2021 and become the 46th President of the United States.
I have previously shared a number of resources to help teach about what’s been happening between the election and now.
Here are some resources for teaching about the event itself:
What you need to know about Joe Biden’s presidential inauguration is from The Washington Post.
EL Civics has a good lesson for English Language Learners on Presidential Inaugurations.
10 inaugural moments that mattered is from CNN.
Videos From CBS News: History of presidential inaugurations and The very first inauguration
What to Know About Every Inauguration in American History is from TIME.
Beginning of a presidency: inauguration speeches in search is a new interactive tool from Google. You can read more about it here.
Now you can search past inaugural addresses for Donald Trump’s favorite expressions is a Washington Post interactive.
The Worst Presidential Inaugurations, Ranked is from The Atlantic.
Emotional arcs of the past ten U.S. presidential inaugural addresses
What each incoming president thought was the biggest problem facing America, in one chart is from Vox.
An Inauguration Day like few before it provides ample curricular topics is from K-12 Deep Dive.
Poet Amanda Gorman, 22, Will Read at Joe Biden’s Inauguration is from TIME.
What we know about Biden’s inauguration plans is from Vox.
Here’s the official site of the inaugural.
President-elect Biden’s German shepherd, Major, will soon be the first dog to go from a shelter to the White House.
That shelter, the Delaware Humane Association, is planning a virtual “indoguration” ceremony for Major on Sunday.https://t.co/LNgTthLbEo
— NPR (@NPR) January 14, 2021
This is beautiful. https://t.co/fRYpaJdHsK
— Ida Bae Wells (@nhannahjones) January 16, 2021
.@BidenInaugural lit 56 pillars of light (representing the 56 states & territories) to illuminate their “Field of Flags” display on the National Mall. The display includes nearly 200,000 U.S. flags meant to represent the American people not able to travel to the inauguration. pic.twitter.com/4w4Oa7iI9t
— Molly Nagle (@MollyNagle3) January 19, 2021
U.S. presidents and their inauguration ceremonies is from The Washington Post.
Viewers’ guide to Biden’s Inauguration Day: Everything you need to know is from NBC News.
For the first time ever, there will be a special live broadcast of the Inauguration made especially for students and families.
You can tune in live at 10am ET on #InaugurationDay. To learn more, go to https://t.co/CcOwVmBgd5.
I’ll see you there!
— Dr. Jill Biden (@DrBiden) January 19, 2021
10 best inauguration performances of all time, including Bruce Springsteen, Beyoncé, Kelly Clarkson is from The Washington Post.
Presidential Inauguration | Social Studies Shorts is from PBS.
HERE ARE FOUR LESSON PLANS ABOUT AMANDA GORMAN’S INAUGURATION POEM- SHARE OTHERS
Read every presidential inauguration poem ever performed (there are fewer than you think). is from LitHub.
Here are inauguration photos from The Atlantic.
Only three American presidents have missed the inauguration of their successor. President Trump will join that list.https://t.co/gotJENpf5x
— The New York Times (@nytimes) January 20, 2021
NEW CNN VIDEO: “‘OVERJOYED’: HEAR FROM POET WHO STOLE THE SHOW AT INAUGURATION”
‘Virus’, ‘Riotous’, ‘Folks’: The historic words in Biden’s inauguration speech is from The Washington Post.
Change the year to 2021.
Oops. Done. Thanks