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Week  15  day 2- how to citizens participate in government- computer lab
Week  15  day 2- how to citizens participate in government- computer lab
Week  15  day 2- how to citizens participate in government- computer lab
Week  15  day 2- how to citizens participate in government- computer lab
Week  15  day 2- how to citizens participate in government- computer lab
Week  15  day 2- how to citizens participate in government- computer lab
Week  15  day 2- how to citizens participate in government- computer lab
Week  15  day 2- how to citizens participate in government- computer lab
Week  15  day 2- how to citizens participate in government- computer lab
Week  15  day 2- how to citizens participate in government- computer lab
Week  15  day 2- how to citizens participate in government- computer lab
Week  15  day 2- how to citizens participate in government- computer lab
Week  15  day 2- how to citizens participate in government- computer lab
Week  15  day 2- how to citizens participate in government- computer lab
Week  15  day 2- how to citizens participate in government- computer lab
Week  15  day 2- how to citizens participate in government- computer lab
Week  15  day 2- how to citizens participate in government- computer lab
Week  15  day 2- how to citizens participate in government- computer lab
Week  15  day 2- how to citizens participate in government- computer lab
Week  15  day 2- how to citizens participate in government- computer lab
Week  15  day 2- how to citizens participate in government- computer lab
Week  15  day 2- how to citizens participate in government- computer lab
Week  15  day 2- how to citizens participate in government- computer lab
Week  15  day 2- how to citizens participate in government- computer lab
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Week 15 day 2- how to citizens participate in government- computer lab

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  • 1. Good Morning/Afternoon Directions: Today you will be working with your graphic organizer, but side 2. graphic organizer #2 * Make sure you are on the correct side. Autocracy/ Oligarchy/ Democracy
  • 2. How do citizens participate in the government?
  • 3. Autocracy Oligarchy Democracy
  • 4. Autocracy Rule of ONE
  • 5. Autocracy a country or nation that is governed by a single person with unlimited power
  • 6. How Governments Determine Citizen Participation Citizen Participation Government Power High Participation Low or No Participation Autocratic
  • 7. Examples?  Dictatorship  Absolute Monarchy  Theocracy
  • 8. Oligarchy Rule of a FEW
  • 9. Oligarchy a country or nation controlled by a small group of people that hold the key to power
  • 10. General Citizens’ Participation Select Citizens’ Participation Government Power How Governments Determine Citizen Participation Low or No Participation Oligarchic
  • 11. Examples?  Theocracy
  • 12. Democracy Rule of ALL
  • 13. Democracy a country or nation that receives its power from the people (all the people hold the key to power)
  • 14. How Governments Determine Citizen Participation Citizen Participation Government Power High Participation Low or No Participation Democracy
  • 15. Examples?  Presidential democracy  Parliamentary democracy?
  • 16. Let’s RECAP
  • 17. How Governments Determine Citizen Participation High Participation Low or No Participation Autocratic Low or No Participation Oligarchic Citizen Participation Government Power General Citizens’ Participation Select Citizens’ Participation Government Power Citizen Participation Government Power High Participation Low or No Participation Democracy
  • 18. Let’s REVIEW…
  • 19. Sample Test Question In Nigeria’s government, power is divided between Central and regional authorities. This is an example of which government type? A. Unitary B. Confederation C. Federal D. Parliamentary Corresponds to SS6- CG1a, CG4a, CG6a SS7- CG1a , CG4a, CG6a
  • 20. Sample Test Question What is a basic way citizens of a democratic nation can influence the government? A. voting B. working C. obeying laws D. consuming goods OAS Database Question - Corresponds to SS6- CG1b, CG4b, CG6b SS7- CG1b , CG4b, CG6b
  • 21. Sample Test Question In which system of government does the legislature elect the executive leader of the government? A. democratic B. communist C. parliamentary D. totalitarian OAS Database Question - Corresponds to SS6- CG1c, CG4c, CG6c SS7- CG1c , CG4c, CG6c
  • 22. Sample Test Question In most democratic countries, the government is divided into three branches: executive, legislative, and judicial. In Canada, the legislative branch is the A. Parliament B. prime minister C. Supreme Court D. governor general OAS Database Question - Corresponds to SS6- CG1b, CG4b, CG6b SS&- CG1b , CG4b, CG6b
  • 23. Need to check your answers for Side 1? Then go to the next page 

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