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Ways gov'ts distribute power

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Ways gov'ts distribute power

  1. 1. Good Morning/AfternoonDirections: Today you will be working with 2 differentgraphic organizers.graphic organizer #1 graphic organizer #2 * Make sure you are on the correct side. Unitary, federal, confederation
  2. 2. PLEASE TAKE OUTGraphic Organizer #1 for the first half of thispowerpoint. graphic organizer #1
  3. 3. Government6th Grade Social Studies
  4. 4. Compare & Contrast Various Forms of Government Describe the ways government systemsdistribute power: unitary,confederation, and federal SS6 - CG1a, CG4a, CG6a
  5. 5. Federation / Federal Ways Government Distributes PowerRegional RegionalAuthority Authority Central AuthorityRegional RegionalAuthority Authority
  6. 6. Federal (Federation)Ways Government Distributes PowerDefinition: Power is divided between one central authority and several regional authorities.
  7. 7. Who Holds the Power?Power is SHARED between central authority and regional authority
  8. 8. Examples?United States Germany Australia
  9. 9. RECAP:Federation / Federal
  10. 10. Unitary Ways Government Distributes PowerRegional RegionalAuthority Authority Central AuthorityRegional RegionalAuthority Authority
  11. 11. UnitaryWays Government Distributes Power Definition: Power is held by one central authority.
  12. 12. Who Holds the Power? Central Authority
  13. 13. Examples? United KingdomUSSR (former Soviet Union) China Germany during WWII
  14. 14. RECAP:Unitary
  15. 15. Confederation Ways Government Distributes PowerRegional RegionalAuthority Authority Central AuthorityRegional RegionalAuthority Authority
  16. 16. ConfederationWays Government Distributes Power• Definition: Independent states/countriesband together for some common purpose anddelegate a few powers to the central authority.•*By which they are giving up certain freedoms.• * States/countries retain considerableindependence.• *Less binding than a federation.
  17. 17. Who Holds the Power? Regional Authorities
  18. 18. Examples? SwitzerlandEuropean Union OPEC
  19. 19. Confederation
  20. 20. Sample Test QuestionIn Germany’s government, power is dividedbetween Central and regional authorities. This isan example of which government type?A. UnitaryB. ConfederationC. FederalD. Parliamentary
  21. 21. Sample Test QuestionIn Germany’s government, power is dividedbetween Central and regional authorities. This isan example of which government type?A. UnitaryB. ConfederationC. Federal*D. Parliamentary
  22. 22. PLEASE TAKE OUTGraphic Organizer #2 for the second half of thispowerpoint. graphic organizer #2
  23. 23. Directions• Complete Graphic Organizer #2 (SIDE ONE ONLY, you will use the other side tomorrow) from what you learned.• Try not to use your notes, but you may if you need to.• For the pictures- look at the slides that say RECAP (they are the next three slides)
  24. 24. RECAP:Unitary
  25. 25. RECAP:Confederation
  26. 26. RECAP:Federal
  27. 27. Need to check youranswers for Side 1?Then go to the next page 
  28. 28. If you finish early…#1. Finish handouts from yesterday.#2. Go here to explore:http://6sutherland.weebly.com/unit-3-european-govhttp://6thgradegps.wikispaces.com/37+SS6CG4+Gove#3. Complete the “Government Rewards”handout

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