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Types of government

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  • 1. In Mexico, the national and stategovernments share certain responsibilities. Which of these terms describes this system of government? dictatorship federal confederate unitary
  • 2.  SWBAT identify the authoritarian and democratic types of government in order to analyze the characteristics of each.
  • 3.  Opening (Review Objective, Agenda, and Assessment and Agenda) Motivation (Animoto Video) Intro to New Material (Gallery Walk Activity) Guided Practice (Scenarios Chalk Talk) Independent Practice (Exit Ticket) Closing (Revisit Objective and Assessment)
  • 4. In Mexico, the national and stategovernments share certain responsibilities. Which of these terms describes this system of government? dictatorship federal confederate unitary
  • 5.  Watch this Animoto video in order to learn about the different types of government.
  • 6.  Complete the gallery walk to learn about the different types of government by recording your notes on your handout “Types of Government”.
  • 7.  For each of the characteristics, determine what type of government is being described.
  • 8. WORD BOX Dictatorship Oligarchy Representative Democracy Monarchy Direct Democracy In this type of government power is located with one person or a small group that believe they have that power through divine right and pass it through their family. In this type of government the people elect representatives to make decisions for them in the government. In this type of government one person holds all of the power in the government.