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Task 1 Picture Analysis
Questions:
1. What is being shown in the pictures above?
2. Give a word that is opposite to what is depicted
in the picture.
3. Is freedom an essential element of democracy?
Support your answer.
4. “I can do anything that I want” is the true
essence of democracy. Do you agree with this?
Support your answer
Democratic
Interventions
Task 2 Word Map
When you hear the word democracy, what comes into your mind? Give at least
four words that you may associate with the word DEMOCRACY.
DEMOCRACY
What is Democracy?
Democracy is a form of government in which the
supreme power is vested in the people and exercised
directly by them or by their elected agents under free
electoral system or a state of society characterized by
formal equality of rights and privileges.
It originates from the Greek word demos, which
means “people”, and kratos, which means ‘strength
or power.”
What is Democratic
Practice?
•Democratic Practice is a set of principles and
practices that guide how people interact and
work together every day to improve their
community and to create a more just society.
What are some democratic
practices?
A. Suffrage or the right to vote.
• It gives the people the opportunity to exercise sovereignty
by choosing the candidates who will govern and serve
them.
• Eligible voters have the right to elect the government of
his/her country by secret vote.
•It is only fair that they have a direct hand in choosing the
officials.
B. Public assembly and consultation.
•“The Public Assembly Act of 1985,” makes sure that the
people’s exercise their right to a peaceful assembly.
•Citizens have a set of rights and responsibilities, including
the right to participate in decisions that affect public
welfare.
•This act stipulates that rallies, demonstrations, marches,
public meetings, processions, or parades (collectively
referred to as public assembly) can be held in public
places to express opinion, to protest, or to air grievances
on certain issues.
C. Majority rule and minority rights.
•It is the making of binding decisions by a vote of more than
one-half of all persons who participate in an election.
•Thomas Jefferson, third President of the United States,
expressed the concept of democracy in 1801 in his first
Inaugural Address.
•He said “All…will bear in mind this sacred principle.
•That though the will of the majority is in all cases to prevail,
that will to be rightful must be reasonable; that the minority
possess their equal rights, which equal law must protect and
to violate would be oppression”.
D. Conduct of plebiscite to amend a constitutional provision.
• The Constitution embodies the fundamental laws of the land from
which all other laws should be in accord with.
• The change in a provision of the constitution, such as increasing the
number of years of term of office of the president, cannot be carried
without the approval of the people or general constituencies in a
process called plebiscite.
• A plebiscite is an electoral process for approving or rejecting a change
or amendment in the Constitution.
• It is in the process of direct vote-say yes or no; accept or reject.
• Democratic participation is the involvement or engagement with
something which is freely done, without coercion, and without threat
or fear.
Importance of Participation in
Democracy
1. Democracy provides equality and admission to
opportunities for all its citizen in the government;
2. Checks and balances the government to prevent
possible abuse of political power from the officials;
3. Allows citizens to influence and suggest policies and
laws through plebiscite in selecting delegates or
representatives.
4. Allows the popular majority to oust a representative or
a politician who hold too much power and abuses it;
5. Promotes freedom where citizen enjoy human
rights, allows people to engage the business and
innovations;
6. Becomes competent, firm, and stable when the
state is ruled with leaders who have dedication and
transparency;
7. Provides political education to the people telling
them of the state affairs; and
8. Upholds change since the citizens can participate
in the involvement in the government.
Representative and Participatory
Democracies
Democracy has several forms.
Two of the most popular types are
representative democracy and participatory
democracy.
Representative Democracy
•Representative Democracy (also called indirect
democracy) is observed to be more popularly
exercised.
•It is a political system where the qualified citizens
exercise their political power through representatives.
•The sovereign power remains on the citizens, but its
exercise is delegated to the representatives they elect.
•By extension, the citizens, through their votes, allow
these representatives to make choices and decisions on
their behalf.
Participatory Democracy
• Quite like representative democracy is participatory
democracy which also encourages a more active and
wider involvement of citizens.
• While representative democracy motivates individual
citizens to contribute to policy making, participatory
democracy offers more opportunities for members of
the population to contribute to decision-making
through popular assemblies.
• It has variants. In a direct democracy, all eligible
citizens and qualified voters directly or personally
involve themselves in making political decisions.
• In the Philippines, one popular demonstration of
participatory democracy was the EDSA People Power
of 1986.
• Through the people’s direct involvement in a series of
protests, the dictatorial rule of President Ferdinand
Marcos was toppled down.
QUESTIONS:
1. As a student or citizen of this country, give one situation where
democratic participation benefits you
a) in school; and
b) At home.
2. Based from your experience, what will commonly happen if
somebody manipulates a discussion in a group?
TASK:
Choose one of the various
significance/importance of
democratic participation
and write a two-stanza
poem, rap or song. Each
stanza must have four lines.
Your output will be graded
based on the rubrics
provided below.
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TRENDS_MODULfhaowtnzuwutnvsrpvoqentvidrr

  • 1.
  • 2. Task 1 Picture Analysis
  • 3. Questions: 1. What is being shown in the pictures above? 2. Give a word that is opposite to what is depicted in the picture. 3. Is freedom an essential element of democracy? Support your answer. 4. “I can do anything that I want” is the true essence of democracy. Do you agree with this? Support your answer
  • 5. Task 2 Word Map When you hear the word democracy, what comes into your mind? Give at least four words that you may associate with the word DEMOCRACY. DEMOCRACY
  • 6. What is Democracy? Democracy is a form of government in which the supreme power is vested in the people and exercised directly by them or by their elected agents under free electoral system or a state of society characterized by formal equality of rights and privileges. It originates from the Greek word demos, which means “people”, and kratos, which means ‘strength or power.”
  • 7. What is Democratic Practice? •Democratic Practice is a set of principles and practices that guide how people interact and work together every day to improve their community and to create a more just society.
  • 8. What are some democratic practices? A. Suffrage or the right to vote. • It gives the people the opportunity to exercise sovereignty by choosing the candidates who will govern and serve them. • Eligible voters have the right to elect the government of his/her country by secret vote. •It is only fair that they have a direct hand in choosing the officials.
  • 9. B. Public assembly and consultation. •“The Public Assembly Act of 1985,” makes sure that the people’s exercise their right to a peaceful assembly. •Citizens have a set of rights and responsibilities, including the right to participate in decisions that affect public welfare. •This act stipulates that rallies, demonstrations, marches, public meetings, processions, or parades (collectively referred to as public assembly) can be held in public places to express opinion, to protest, or to air grievances on certain issues.
  • 10. C. Majority rule and minority rights. •It is the making of binding decisions by a vote of more than one-half of all persons who participate in an election. •Thomas Jefferson, third President of the United States, expressed the concept of democracy in 1801 in his first Inaugural Address. •He said “All…will bear in mind this sacred principle. •That though the will of the majority is in all cases to prevail, that will to be rightful must be reasonable; that the minority possess their equal rights, which equal law must protect and to violate would be oppression”.
  • 11. D. Conduct of plebiscite to amend a constitutional provision. • The Constitution embodies the fundamental laws of the land from which all other laws should be in accord with. • The change in a provision of the constitution, such as increasing the number of years of term of office of the president, cannot be carried without the approval of the people or general constituencies in a process called plebiscite. • A plebiscite is an electoral process for approving or rejecting a change or amendment in the Constitution. • It is in the process of direct vote-say yes or no; accept or reject. • Democratic participation is the involvement or engagement with something which is freely done, without coercion, and without threat or fear.
  • 12. Importance of Participation in Democracy 1. Democracy provides equality and admission to opportunities for all its citizen in the government; 2. Checks and balances the government to prevent possible abuse of political power from the officials; 3. Allows citizens to influence and suggest policies and laws through plebiscite in selecting delegates or representatives. 4. Allows the popular majority to oust a representative or a politician who hold too much power and abuses it;
  • 13. 5. Promotes freedom where citizen enjoy human rights, allows people to engage the business and innovations; 6. Becomes competent, firm, and stable when the state is ruled with leaders who have dedication and transparency; 7. Provides political education to the people telling them of the state affairs; and 8. Upholds change since the citizens can participate in the involvement in the government.
  • 14. Representative and Participatory Democracies Democracy has several forms. Two of the most popular types are representative democracy and participatory democracy.
  • 15. Representative Democracy •Representative Democracy (also called indirect democracy) is observed to be more popularly exercised. •It is a political system where the qualified citizens exercise their political power through representatives. •The sovereign power remains on the citizens, but its exercise is delegated to the representatives they elect. •By extension, the citizens, through their votes, allow these representatives to make choices and decisions on their behalf.
  • 16. Participatory Democracy • Quite like representative democracy is participatory democracy which also encourages a more active and wider involvement of citizens. • While representative democracy motivates individual citizens to contribute to policy making, participatory democracy offers more opportunities for members of the population to contribute to decision-making through popular assemblies.
  • 17. • It has variants. In a direct democracy, all eligible citizens and qualified voters directly or personally involve themselves in making political decisions. • In the Philippines, one popular demonstration of participatory democracy was the EDSA People Power of 1986. • Through the people’s direct involvement in a series of protests, the dictatorial rule of President Ferdinand Marcos was toppled down.
  • 18. QUESTIONS: 1. As a student or citizen of this country, give one situation where democratic participation benefits you a) in school; and b) At home. 2. Based from your experience, what will commonly happen if somebody manipulates a discussion in a group?
  • 19. TASK: Choose one of the various significance/importance of democratic participation and write a two-stanza poem, rap or song. Each stanza must have four lines. Your output will be graded based on the rubrics provided below.