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  • 1. FORMS OF GOVERNMENT PART 2 SOCIAL STUDIES
  • 2. ANARCHY OLIGARCH Y THEOCRAC Y REPUBLI C
  • 3. OLIGARCHY • Only a few have the power. • Oligarchy comes from the Greek “rule by a few” Figure 1. (econintersect.com)
  • 4. ANARCHY • Nobody is in control. • Freely associate together. • No nation. Figure 2. (www.erepublik.com)
  • 5. THEOCRACY • A form of government in which a country is ruled by religious leaders. Figure 3. (www.salon.com)
  • 6. REPUBLIC • A country that is governed by elected representatives and by an elected leader. Figure 4. (www.larepublica.pe)
  • 7. MINI-QUIZ Do You Know Your Forms of Government?
  • 8. A or B? 10. A small group rules the country. A  Oligarchy B Democracy
  • 9. A or B? 1. Leader often shares power with other parts of government. A Monarchy B Dictatorship
  • 10. A or B? 2. People do not answer to any leader or government. A Oligarchy B  Anarchy
  • 11. A or B? 3. The group with power can be based on race or social class. A Monarchy B Oligarchy
  • 12. A or B? 4. Those in charge are military members who took over by force. A  Junta B Democracy
  • 13. A or B? 5. Nobody is in charge. A Monarchy B Anarchy
  • 14. SAUDI ARABIA Saudi Arabia is led by a king. The king appoints a Council of Ministers to help govern, but there are no elections. Saudi Arabia’s Basic Law states that the country’s constitution is the Islamic holy book the Qur’an and other religious traditions. Forms of Government: monarchy __________________________________ and theocracy __________________________________
  • 15. DENMARK The people of Denmark elect representatives to sit in Parliament, a lawmaking body. The Queen of Denmark heads the country, but she only has a small role in government. The government is led by a Prime Minister, who is appointed from among the elected representatives. Forms of Government: monarchy __________________________________ and representative democracy __________________________________
  • 16. REFERENCES Who rules? Icivics [online] Retrieved October 3, 2013 from https://www.icivics.org/teachers/lessonplans/who-rules-updated [images] Retrieved October 3, 2013 from https://www.icivics.org/teachers/lesson-plans/who-rulesupdated