Then we proceed with the lecture as we normally would, but with the students primed to look for these major issues and whether this president was able to deliver.
After completing the lecture, we turn to the second table. This shows what progress if any the president made on each of the promises listed on the first chart. We go over a brief explanation of their actions and then decide if they kept their promise, did not keep their promise, or made a good faith effort but were unable to keep their promise.
This final category is a great reminder for students of the limitations of the American presidency. Congress and the Judicial Branch can still check the president.
In my online asynchronous classes, we have the full chart up as I discuss this.
In on-campus classes, each item comes up individually, so the class can decide what they think before they see my verdict.