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3 AIM: AIM: What are some of the Governments that exist in the world today? Objective: Objective: Students will be able to identify different types of Governments and create their own based on their knowledge of the subject. Grade Level: Grade Level: 10 th Grade (General Ed, Special Ed, and ELL) NEXTBACK

4 NYS Learning Standards: Standard 1: History of the United States and New York Standard 5: Civics, Citizenship, and Government NEXTBACK

5 The Types of Governments NEXTBACK

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7 Dictatorship One-person rule. Ruler has total control. Absolute monarchs are also dictatorships. People are afforded little or no individual liberty. Civil rights are trampled on. A dictator’s policies suit his/her own needs. Needs of the people may be neglected. Decision making has a narrow base - can be flawed, wrong, dangerous, and not fully supported by the people. BACK

8 Oligarchy Form of government in which the power is in the hands of a few persons or small group (who have the combined power of a dictator.) In theory, they are the most educated members of society. Members of the oligarchy listen to each other - they work together to rule. Needs and wants of the people are not necessarily considered. BACK

9 Direct Democracy Government in which all citizens have equal power in decision making. Every citizen has equal power in matters of government. Every citizen is involved in the decision making. Since all citizens are involved in decision making, there is a broad base of support and loyalty. Individual liberties are protected. BACK

10 Representative Democracy Government in which people elect representatives who hold the decision making power. Citizens are involved in decision making through their representatives, lobbying, and voting. Representatives are aware their job depends on meeting the needs of their constituents. More likely that all elements of the population are represented. Generally, reps are educated and more-capable citizens who can devote time needed to solve complex problems. BACK

11 Monarchy Consists of rule by a king or queen Sometimes an emperor if it is a large empire No large monarchies exist today BACK

12 Aristocracy Ruled by the aristocrats Aristocrats are typically wealthy, educated people Many monarchies have been ruled by aristocrats BACK

13 Democratic Republic Not a democracy and not a republic A communist dictatorship Can be ruled by one person or a small group of people BACK

14 China is an example of a Democratic Republic BACK

15 Communism The government owns all businesses and farms and provides its people's healthcare, education and welfare Ruled by one person or a small group of people BACK

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17 1.A Dictatorship is: AA. People are afforded little or no individual liberty. Civil rights are trampled on. BB. Consists of rule by a king or queen CC. Since all citizens are involved in decision making, there is a broad base of support and loyalty. DD. Typically wealthy, educated people

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19 2. An Oligarchy is: AA. In theory, they are the most educated members of society. BB. Consists of rule by a king or queen. CC. Since all citizens are involved in decision making, there is a broad base of support and loyalty. DD. Typically wealthy, educated people

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21 3. A Direct Democracy is: AA. In theory, they are the most educated members of society. BB. Consists of rule by a king or queen CC. Since all citizens are involved in decision making, there is a broad base of support and loyalty. DD. Typically wealthy, educated people

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23 4. A Representative Democracy is: AA. Representatives are aware their job depends on meeting the needs of their constituents. BB. Since all citizens are involved in decision making, there is a broad base of support and loyalty. CC. Typically wealthy, educated people DD. Consists of rule by a king or queen

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25 5. A Monarchy is: AA. Consists of rule by a king or queen BB. Representatives are aware their job depends on meeting the needs of their constituents. CC. Since all citizens are involved in decision making, there is a broad base of support and loyalty. DD. Typically wealthy, educated people

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27 6. An Aristocracy is a: AA. typically wealthy, educated people BB. Consists of rule by a king or queen CC. Representatives are aware their job depends on meeting the needs of their constituents. DD. Since all citizens are involved in decision making, there is a broad base of support and loyalty.

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29 7. A Democratic Republic is: AA. Consists of rule by a king or queen BB. Since all citizens are involved in decision making, there is a broad base of support and loyalty. CC. A communist dictatorship DD. Typically wealthy, educated people

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31 8. Communism is: AA. In theory, they are the most educated members of society. BB. Consists of rule by a king or queen CC. Since all citizens are involved in decision making, there is a broad base of support and loyalty. DD. The government owns all businesses and farms and provides its people's healthcare, education and welfare

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33 9. Russia is an example of: AA. A Democratic Republic BB. A Democracy CC. An Aristocracy DD. Communism

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44 You have just learned about some of the different types of government that exist in the world. Your task now is to complete the Web Quest that will help you complete your project. Home


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