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Government Geography 3.4
Goals… Explain why a country needs a government. Compare and contrast different types of government.
Government An organization set up to make and enforce rules for a group of people Has authority over land within its boundaries
The Need for Gov’t Security Law Enforcement Provide services Protect rights of citizens Citizen= person who owes loyalty to a country and receives its protection
Types of Governments 1.Representative Democracy: People elect representatives to create laws Ex: United States
2. Monarchy A ruling family headed by a king, queen, sultan, or emperor holds power Ex: Saudi Arabia
3. Oligarchy A small group of people holds power Wealth, military strength
4. Dictatorship One individual holds complete power
5. Communism: All political power and control of the economy is held by the government Ex: Cuba
Goals… Explain why we need a government. Compare and contrast different types of government.
Political Geography. Nations of the World Governmental units can be described in either political or geographic terms State- an independent unit that.
Chapter 4 Section 3. Political Geography For your notes today, please fold your paper in half and then half again You should have four boxes on the front,
Citizen Participation in Autocratic, Oligarchic & Democratic SS6CG4 Students will compare and contrast various forms of government. b. Explain how governments.
Four main types: 1. Democracy 2. Autocracy 3. Oligarchy 4. Communism - (not always considered a separate government system, but is separate on this presentation.
Government -Purpose -Theories -Categories of Government -Types of Government Learning Targets: I can describe the purpose of government I can compare and.
Types of Governments. Democracy Rule by the people Citizens elect those who represent them in the government Citizens have many rights Parliamentary Democracy:
Types of Government ___________ - the people rule, each person voting for every issue or election. ___________ - the people rule, people elect others to.
Political Geography. Copy this chart CharacteristicConclusion SIZE SHAPE LOCATION NATURAL BOUNDARIES ARTIFICIAL BOUNDARIES.
POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY CHAPTER 4 – SECTION 3 TEKS: 13A, 13B, 14B, 14C, 15A, 5A, 6A, 21B.
Warm Up #63 1. What do you remember about the Vietnam War? 2. How is it connected to the Cold War? Objective: Scholars will create illustrated timelines.
Limited vs. Unlimited Government. Unlimited Government - What Is It Like? Unlimited Government = government’s power has no limits. Usually no constitution.
Lesson 1: Government and Democracy. What is government? The role of government is to make decisions and laws for the people living within its borders,
Warm Up #66 How would you define government(s)? Objective: Students will complete a comparative chart and advantages/disadvantages chart about each government.
Comparing Forms of Government How should economic and political power be divided?
Types of Governments. Classifying Government Monarchy or Republic Ask who makes the rules – a lifelong leader or elected representatives?
AutocracyOligarchyDemocracy Types of Governments 1 person has ALL the _______________ and makes the decisions 1.Dictatorship Examples: _____________________.
Culture, Government & Economics Episode II: Government.
Political Geography World Geography Mr. Hare. Types of Governments State – an independent unit that occupies a specific territory and has full control.
Governments around the World. Forms of Government When people decide to form the social contracts that we call governments, they make many different decisions.
Forms of Government. Define the different forms of government 1. democracy 2.oligarchy 3.monarchy 4. dictatorship 5. communism 6. republic 7. theocracy.
Types of Government Civics Fall Remember…. Government is the people and institutions with political authority to make, enforce and decide about.
Different Types of Governments WHO RULES? ARISTOTLE Greek philosopher “Who governs the state?” Three simply classifications based on members that.
Forms Of Government In all the countries of the world someone is in charge but this can vary greatly from place to place.
Warm Up #64: When you hear the term government what does it mean to you? Objective: Students will research other countries to analyze different government.
Different forms of Government th_key=ygvn01i&follow=tce4td6ztfl0.
What is citizen participation? Set of conditions Political nature.
We will compare and contrast (purposes, sources of power) various forms of government in the world (e.g., monarchy, democracy, republic, dictatorship)
Please Leave the Desks in the Groups of 5 and 6.
Brahe/Compton Global Studies Chapter 4, Section 3.
Who Rules? Forms of Government. When people decide to form the social contracts that we call governments, they make many different decisions about how.
Grade 6 Social Studies. Objective: To identify the different types of governments (Democracy, Oligarchy, Monarchy, Dictatorship, Communism, Totalitarian.
GOVERNMENT SS7CG4: The student will compare and contrast various forms of government.
Compare & Contrast Various Forms of Government Explain how governments determine citizen participation: autocratic, oligarchic, and democratic.
What’s the difference? State- describes an independent unit that occupies a specific territory and has full control of its internal and external forces.
Lesson Activities. Learning Targets Essential Questions What are forms of government? How do they compare to each other? Benchmark SS.7.C.3.1 Compare.
Types of Government Day 1. What is Gov’t? Government- ruling authority for a community or society. Any organization that has the power to make and enforce,
Governments – a Helpful Flow Chart By Suzanne Lord.
Government Systems Review What is government? How are government systems classified? Who has the power? How is power shared?
Citizen Participation in the Government Autocratic, Oligarchic, Democratic.
Unit 4 Visual Vocabulary Gilbert. Population The total number of people who live in a specific place.
7 th Grade – Government Terms. OLIGARCHY Rule by a small group, usually using wealth or force to keep power.
Governments Why do we need them? What do they do for us? – Make & enforce laws, regulate business & trade, provide help to people – Life would be chaos.
Forms of Governments Civics and Government Understanding SS7CG4 Compare and contrast various forms of government INTRODUCTION TO TERMS Government is.
Autocracy Oligarchy Democracy Types of Government.
Types of Government Fall th Grade Social Studies.
Tuesday 10/1 - Power and Control Explain the Purpose & Role of Government Explain the Purpose & Role of Government Bell Work: Bell Work: What would life.
Governance 2 Citizen Participation. SSsCG4: The student will compare and contrast various forms of government. SSsCG4: The student will compare and contrast.
Lesson 1: Government and Democracy. What is government? The role of government is to make decisions and laws that protect people living within its borders,
Chapter 3 Section 2 Political and Economic Systems.
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