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Let’s Play Jeopardy
Governments& OfficersUnit Two Jeopardy Vocabulary More Vocabulary Governments& Officers Who has which one Who does what 100 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500
Vocabulary 100 Which is the system where one person has unlimited power and the citizen has no role in the government. See Answer
Vocabulary Answer 100 A Autocratic Democratic Oligarchic UnitaryScore Board Score board
Vocabulary 200 Which is the system where government power is held by a small group of people and the citizen has little role in government? Answer
Autocratic Democratic Oligarchic Unitary Vocabulary Answer 200 AScore Board
Vocabulary 300 Which is the form of government where the power of the government is held by the people. Answer
Vocabulary Answer 300A Autocratic Democratic Oligarchic UnitaryScore Board
Vocabulary 400 Which is the form of government where power is divided between the national government and several regional governments? Answer
Vocabulary Answer 400A Democratic Federal Presidential UnitaryScore Board
Vocabulary 500 Which is the type of government where independent countries agree to work together for a common purpose? Answer
Vocabulary Answer 500A Confederate Democratic Federal PresidentialScore Board
More Vocabulary 100 Which is the form of government where the power is held by the national government? Answer
Democratic Federal Presidential Unitary More Vocabulary 100AScore Board
More Vocabulary 200 In what type of democracy is the chief executive elected by the citizens of voting age? Answer
More Vocabulary Answer 200ADemocratic Federal Parliamentary Presidential Score Board
More Vocabulary 300 In what type of democracy is the chief executive power held by a house of the legislature? Answer
More Vocabulary Answer 300 ADemocratic Federal Parliamentary Presidential Score Board
Which chief executive is elected by the members of parliament?More Vocabulary 400 Which chief executive is elected by the members of parliament? Answer
More Vocabulary 400A Monarch President Prime Minister Tsar Score Board
More Vocabulary 500 Who is the chief executive in the system where the executive power is independent of the legislative power? Answer
More Vocabulary 500 A Monarch President Prime Minister Tribal ElderScore Board
Governments & Officers 100What position do presidents and prime ministers hold? Answer
Governments & Officers 100ADictator Head of State Chief Executive Chairman of the Board Score Board
Governments & Officers 200What duty does the chief executive not perform? Answer
Governments & Officers 200AMaking Laws Enforcing Laws Head of the military Responsible for the day to day running of the country
Governments & Officers 300This position is the symbolic leader of a country. Answer
Governments & Officers 300AChief Executive Governor General Head of State Supreme Court Judge Score Board
Governments & Officers 400Which two countries have the same type of governments? Answer
Governments & Officers 400ABrazil and Cuba Cuba and Mexico Cuba and Haiti Mexico and Brazil Score Board
Governments & Officers 500What type of government do Mexico and Brazil have? Answer
Governments & Officers 500APresidential Federal Democracy Unitary Autocratic Government Oligarchic Federation Federal Autocracy Score Board
Who has which one 100 In what country will you find a unitary autocracy as the type of government? Answer
A. Haiti B. Cuba C. Brazil D. Mexico Who has which one 100AScore Board
Who has which one 200 Which countries in Latin America have power divided between the central, state and local governments. Answer
A. Haiti and Mexico B. Cuba and Brazil C. Brazil and HaitiWho has which one 200A A. Haiti and Mexico B. Cuba and Brazil C. Brazil and Haiti D. Mexico and Brazil
Who has which one 300 What country can you begin to vote at 16 and has mandatory voting between the ages of 18 and 70? Answer
Who has which one 300A A. Cuba B. Brazil C. Mexico D. ColombiaScore Board
When the voters vote in Mexico and Brazil, who do they vote for?Who has which one 400 When the voters vote in Mexico and Brazil, who do they vote for? Answer
Who has which one 400A A. Head of State B. Chief ExecutiveMembers of Legislature Members of Parliament Score Board
How many legal political parties are there in Cuba?Who has which one 500 How many legal political parties are there in Cuba? Answer
Who has which one 500A A. one B. two C. three D. many Score Board
Who does what 100 Who can vote in Cuba? Answer
Who does what 100A Citizens 14 and older Citizens 16 and olderScore Board
Who does what 200 Who can vote in Mexico? Answer
Who does what 200A Citizens 16 and older Citizens 18 and olderScore Board
Who can you vote for in Cuba?Who does what 300 Who can you vote for in Cuba? Answer
Who does what 300A Candidates approved by the communist partyCandidates from any party on the ballot Candidates the voter writes in There are no elections in Cuba Score Board
Who controls the businesses, factories and farms in Cuba?Who does what 400 Who controls the businesses, factories and farms in Cuba? Answer
Who does what 400A The citizens control all of the economyThe citizens control part of the economy The government controls part of the economy The government controls all of the economy Score Board
What day does the Brazilian government hold elections?Who does what 500 What day does the Brazilian government hold elections? Answer
Who does what 500A The last day of the week The first day of the weekThe third day of the week The fourth day of the week Score Board
Scoreboard Team 1 Team 2 Team 3 Team 4 Team 5
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Cutting to the chase: GOVERNMENTS of Europe,
Parliamentary and Presidential Systems of Government
Instructions for using this template. Remember this is Jeopardy, so where I have written Answer this is the prompt the students will see, and where I.
Government/Civics Domain Seventh Grade Social Studies
Comparing the governments of Brazil, Mexico, and Cuba
Civics/Government Understandings To play the game, go to the next slide and click on an underlined point value to go to a question. To go to final Wrap-Up.
Do Now In a presidential system of government, how is a president chosen? A. By a decision of the national courts B. By a majority vote of the legislature.
Bellringer What is the difference between a Unitary and Federal government? 2. What is the difference between an autocracy, democracy, and oligarchy?
Ways Government Distributes Power
Latin America: Government
CRCT QUESTIONS due Friday! Write your answers on the back of your study guide. Governance Test on Thursday! STUDY!!!! September 21, Warm-up.
Southern & Eastern Asia Government/Civics Understandings
Government Standard SS6CG4
Government Review Distribution of Power and Citizen Participation
Government/Civics Understandings To play the game, go to the next slide and click on a point value to go to a question. To go to final Wrap-Up click on.
Governance 3 (Presidential vs Parliamentary)
And Canada’s Government
Government and Citizen Participation Review
Government/Civics Understandings To play the game, go to the next slide and click on an point value to go to a question. To go to final Wrap-Up click on.
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