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  • 1. Governments Distribute Power Humanities 6 th grade Ms. Crumbley
  • 2. Central and Regional Governments
    • Describe the Central Government of the United States.
    • Describe the Regional governments of the United States.
  • 3. Distribution of Power
    • Federal
    • Unitary
    • Confederation
    • Do you know which one the United States is?
    • Peoples Republic of China?
  • 4. UNI TARY
    • One Strong Central Power
    • Weak Regional Power
    • Oldest and Most common
    • Examples – Cuba, Afghanistan, Iran
  • 5.  
  • 6. CONFEDERATE
    • Strong Regional Power
    • Weak Central Power
    • Regional governments join or withdraw by choice!
    • Examples – Iroquois Confederacy, European Union, OPEC
  • 7.  
  • 8. Federal
    • Power is divided between one central and several regional authorities.
    • Examples – USA, Mexico, Brazil, Australia
  • 9.  
  • 10. Directions
    • Fold Paper into thirds.
    • Title across the top –” Ways Governments Distribute Power ”
    • Put your name, date and section on the back
    • Sub Title - the thirds….. “ Unitary, Confederate and “Federal ”
  • 11. Directions continued
    • 5. Draw a diagram representing the power of the central government and the regional government using circles and arrows.
        • The size of the circles represents the amount of power
        • The arrows represent the direction the power flows
    • Write a caption explaining how power is distributed.
    • Color diagram.
  • 12. Requirements
    • Title
    • Subtitle of each form of distribution (3)
    • Key or labels identifying the central and regional governments
    • Illustrate the flow power
    • Explanation of how the power is distributed
    • Graded On Rubric D Organization and Presentation
  • 13. Distribution of Power - ASSESSMENT: Visual representation with summary sentence Criterion D Organization and Presentation Presentation and expression are clear , concise and effective , and the language, style and visual representation used are always appropriate to the audience and purpose. 7-8 Presentation and expression are clear ; attention is paid to the audience and purpose in terms of appropriate language, style and visual representation. 5-6 Presentation and expression are occasionally unclear . 3-4 Presentation and expression are unclear and imprecise 1-2
  • 14. Unitary Federal Confederation POWER Central Government Regional Government
  • 15. Ways Governments Distribute Power UNITARY One strong central power with weaker regional powers. Power flows from the central authority to the regional authorities.