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To Next Slide Unit 1 Chapter 2 Lesson 3 A United Country 20 Questions!
To Next Slide freedom independence
To Next Slide How do national holidays help unite Americans? They bring Americans together as they celebrate and remember the countrys history.
To Next Slide government System for deciding what is best for a group of people.
To Next Slide Form of government in which people rule. democracy
To Next Slide Representatives make decisions about the laws for people. Representative democracy
To Next Slide The way of deciding where the idea gets the most votes. Majority rule
To Next Slide A freedom that belongs to a person. right
To Next Slide Something that a person should do. responsibility
To Next Slide In a representative democracy who makes decisions about the laws for all the people? Representatives elected by the citizens
To Next Slide How does sharing responsibility unite Americans? Brings people together to help one another in times of need or to solve problems.
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DEMOCRACY LEAH & ZACH & JANELLE. MAIN FEATURES OF DEMOCRACY. A Democracy is any system of government that is ruled by the people. Examples: United States,
Culture and Diversity SOL Culture Culture means the things that can be used to describe a group of people. It includes specific beliefs, traditions,
To Next Slide Unit 1 Chapter 2 Lesson 4 People and Government 20 Questions!
Chapter 2 - Lesson 3 Governments and Economies Chapter 2 Patterns of Life.
Social Studies Chapter 2 Lesson 3 The Ideals of Democracy.
Social Studies Unit 1: Rules and Laws Click to begin.
Chapter 1 – What Is Civics? Guiding Questions: 1.What is Civics? 2.What ideals form the basis of the U.S. government and the American way of life? 3.What.
Introduction to Business © Thomson South-Western Chapter 1 Slide 1 LESSON 1-3 LESSON 1-3 Economic Systems Goals Identify the three economic questions.
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Direct vs. Indirect Democracy What is the difference between Direct and Indirect Democracy.
Chapter 9 Lesson 2 Greek City-States. From Aristocracy to Democracy Aristocracy – a government controlled by the wealthy and privileged families Democracy-
To Next Slide Unit 5 Chapter 10 Lesson 4 Sharing A River 20 Questions!
What is Democracy?. Government is… Group that has the power to make and enforce laws (rules) for a country.
Elections and civic responsibility 1 Web Search What are people in the United States voting on? 2 Web Search What is a democracy? How does this.
AMERICAN GOVERNMENT 1. What is the supreme law of the land? Constitution 2. What does the Constitution do? ▪ sets up the government ▪ defines the government.
To Next Slide Unit 2 Chapter 4 Lesson 3 Cities Face Challenges 20 Questions!
To Next Slide Unit 5 Chapter 11 Lesson 3 Tucson: Desert City 20 Questions!
Introduction to the French Revolution Social Studies 9.
Principles of American Government. In representative system of government people elect representatives to make laws and conduct government on their behalf.
The Constitution of the United States By Mrs. Hicks.
“We the People” workbook Lesson 3 What is a republican government?
Learning Target: Rights and Responsibilities of Citizenship.
Responsibilities of Citizens Citizen’s Rights Every U.S. citizens has rights. A right is something that is owed a person. The most important right a.
To Next Slide Twenty-One Question Review Tennessee & National Government 3 rd Grade.
RIGHTS, RESPONSIBILITIES, AND DUTIES OF CITIZENSHIP Key Idea - Active, engaged, and informed citizens are critical to the success of the United States.
Social Studies Strands By: Taryn Cunningham Dawn Guilfoyle.
Democracy allows ordinary people to have a say in what the Government does and allows voters to choose who should run the country and community, adults.
Lesson 1: Government and Democracy. What is government? The role of government is to make decisions and laws for the people living in its country, province,
To Next Slide Unit 3 Chapter 7 Lesson 2 The Growth of Piedmont Cities 20 Questions!
CHAPTER 2 LESSON 3. DEMOCRACY A governing system in which a country’s people elect their leaders and rule by majority. The people vote to choose the leaders.
Government and Civics Grade 3. Standards of Learning SOL 3.1 The student will explain how the contributions of ancient Greece and Rome have influenced.
US History & Civics Practice Test Review Part I. Early Settlements and Colonies.
Legislative, Executive, Judicial United states government The Constitution created a government of three equal branches. The Constitution is the plan.
Second Grade, Mrs. Johna Bequette Click on Uncle Sam to begin learning about the US government.
Chapter Two A Tradition of Democracy Foundations of Government ~~~~~ Why Americans Have Governments.
Chapter 3: Lesson 2 A New Republic. Indigenous Native to a place. Native to a place. Europeans called them “Indians”. Europeans called them “Indians”.
Principles of Democracy. Who is an American? pluralistic society – social group composed of different racial, ethnic, and religious groups melting pot.
United States Naturalization Test (Starting 10/2008)
Principles of the Constitution Texas History Chapter 12.
To Next Slide Unit 2 Chapter 4 Lesson 1 Along the Northeast Coast- Newcomers Bring Change 20 questions.
1 Web Search/Thinking What is a democracy? How should presidents be elected given your understanding of a democracy? 2 Thinking Have you ever.
Leadership & Government Citizenship Quiz Draw a box at the top to keep track of your points. Write the letter of the correct answer. Have your dry-erase.
Government and Citizenship Mrs. Martin Grade 3. Learning Goals Being a good citizen means that you have rights, freedoms, and responsibilities. Voting.
Leadership & Government Quiz Draw a box at the top to keep track of your points. Write the letter of the correct answer. Have your dry-erase boards ready.
To Next Slide Unit 6 Chapter 13 Lesson 4 Protecting the Coastal Environment 20 Questions!
Democracy. What is a Democracy A Form of government, where a constitution guarantees basic personal and political rights, fair and free elections, and.
Warm-Up The people of Davis, Texas are upset with their government leaders. They believe they have passed laws that don’t help their people. If you are.
Mandatory Voting. Most democratic governments consider participating in national elections a right of citizenship. Some consider that participation.
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