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Do Now 1.Put your SOAR Card on your desk. 2.Get out yesterdays Study Guide Middle East Governments. There will be a retest Friday for all those who made below an 80 on last weeks test.
King George V (1865–1936)King George V –King George VI (1895–1952)King George VI Queen Elizabeth II (born 1926)Queen Elizabeth II –(1) The Prince of Wales (Prince Charles; b. 1948) B D WThe Prince of Wales »(2) The Duke of Cambridge (Prince William; b. 1982) B D WThe Duke of Cambridge »(3) Prince George of Cambridge (b. 2013) B DPrince George of Cambridge »(4) Prince Henry 'Harry' of Wales (b. 1984) B D WPrince Henry 'Harry' of Wales –(5) The Duke of York (Prince Andrew; b. 1960) B D WThe Duke of York »(6) Princess Beatrice of York (b. 1988) B D WPrincess Beatrice of York »(7) Princess Eugenie of York (b. 1990) B D WPrincess Eugenie of York –(8) The Earl of Wessex (Prince Edward; b. 1964) B D WThe Earl of Wessex »(9) Viscount Severn (James Mountbatten-Windsor; b. 2007) B D WViscount Severn »(10) Lady Louise Mountbatten-Windsor (b. 2003) B D WLady Louise Mountbatten-Windsor –(11) The Princess Royal (Princess Anne; b. 1950) B D WThe Princess Royal »(12) Peter Phillips (b. 1977) B D WPeter Phillips »(13) Savannah Phillips (b. 2010) B D WSavannah Phillips »(14) Isla Phillips (b. 2012) B D WIsla Phillips »(15) Zara Tindall (née Phillips; b. 1981) B D WZara Tindall Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon (1930–2002) D88Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon –(16) Viscount Linley (David Armstrong-Jones; b. 1961) B D WViscount Linley »(17) Charles Armstrong-Jones (b. 1999) B D WCharles Armstrong-Jones »(18) Margarita Armstrong-Jones (b. 2002) B D WMargarita Armstrong-Jones –(19) Lady Sarah Chatto (née Armstrong-Jones; b. 1964) B D WLady Sarah Chatto »(20) Samuel Chatto (b.
»1996) B D W »(21) Arthur Chatto (b. 1999) B D W –Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester (1900– 1974) 1952Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester (22) The Duke of Gloucester (Prince Richard; b. 1944) B D WThe Duke of Gloucester –(23) Earl of Ulster (Alexander Windsor; b. 1974) B D WEarl of Ulster »(24) Lord Culloden (Xan Windsor; b. 2007) B D WLord Culloden »(25) Lady Cosima Windsor (b. 2010) B D WLady Cosima Windsor –(26) Lady Davina Lewis (née Windsor; b. 1977) B D WLady Davina Lewis »(27) Tane Lewis (b. 2012) B[n 3][n 3] »(28) Senna Lewis (b. 2010) B D W[n 3][n 3] –(29) Lady Rose Gilman (née Windsor; b. 1980) B D WLady Rose Gilman »(30) Rufus Gilman (b. 2012) B[n 3][n 3] »(31) Lyla Gilman (b. 2010) B D W[n 3][n 3] –Prince George, Duke of Kent (1902–1942)Prince George, Duke of Kent (32) The Duke of Kent (Prince Edward; b. 1935) B D WThe Duke of Kent –Earl of St Andrews (George Windsor; b. 1962) MC / D WEarl of St Andrews »Lord Downpatrick (Edward Windsor; b. 1988) XC / D WLord Downpatrick »Lady Marina Charlotte Windsor (b. 1992) XC / WLady Marina Charlotte Windsor »(33) Lady Amelia Windsor (b. 1995) B D WLady Amelia Windsor –Lord Nicholas Windsor (b. 1970) XC / D WLord Nicholas Windsor »(34) Albert Windsor (b. 2007) B W[n 4][n 4] »(35) Leopold Windsor (b. 2009) B W –(36) Lady Helen Taylor (née Windsor; b. 1964) B D W[n 5]Lady Helen Taylor[n 5] »(37) Columbus Taylor (b. 1994) B W »(38) Cassius Taylor (b. 1996) B W »(39) Eloise Taylor (b. 2003) B W »(40) Estella Taylor (b. 2004) B W Prince Michael of Kent (b. 1942) MC / WPrince Michael of Kent –(41) Lord Frederick Windsor (b. 1979) B WLord Frederick Windsor »(42) Maud Windsor (b. 2013) B
–(43) Lady Gabriella Windsor (b. 1981) B WLady Gabriella Windsor (44) Princess Alexandra, The Honourable Lady Ogilvy (b. 1936) BPrincess Alexandra, The Honourable Lady Ogilvy –(45) James Ogilvy (b. 1964) BJames Ogilvy »(46) Alexander Ogilvy (b. 1996) B »(47) Flora Ogilvy (b. 1994) B –(48) Marina Ogilvy (b. 1966) B »(49) Christian Mowatt (b. 1993) B »(50) Zenouska Mowatt (b. 1990) B
Middle East Governments Study Guide
1.What is a basic way citizens of a democratic nation can influence the government? Voting 2. Who makes most of the important governmental decisions in an autocracy? the ruler 3. Which Southwest Asian country could be described as an autocracy? Saudi Arabia 4. Who makes most of the important governmental decisions in an oligarchy? a small group of powerful leaders
5. Why do the individual voters have more power in a democracy than they do in an autocracy or an oligarchy? The voters get to choose the people who make the laws. 6. Which Southwest Asian country has a democratic form of government? Israel 7. If the Saudi royal family controls the government of Saudi Arabia, and the king is the ruler, what type of government is this? unitary
8. If the Saudi royal family controls the government of Saudi Arabia, and the king is the ruler, which best describes Saudi Arabias government? Monarchy 9. Which statement about Israels parliamentary system of government today is true? The prime minister is not directly chosen by voters. 10. Which branch of government is responsible for making and carrying out the laws in a parliamentary system of government? legislative
11. The leader of a parliamentary system is often called the… prime minister. 12. The leader of a parliamentary system is chosen by… the political party with the most representatives in the legislature 13. The Head of State in a parliamentary system is often a person who has… a ceremonial role without much actual power.
14. In a presidential system of government, how is a president chosen? in a separate vote from the one that chooses the legislature 15. What is the role of the president regarding the laws passed by the legislature? The president must enforce those laws. 16. The Israeli parliament (legislature) is called the Knesset
17. What role do religious leaders play in the Israeli government? They have some influence in making laws. 18. Who is allowed to vote in Israeli elections? all citizens 18 years of age or older 19. How often are elections for the national government held in Israel? Elections are held every 4 years unless the ruling party calls for them to be held sooner.
20. Saudi Arabia is ruled by a …king 21. How long does a monarch rule? until he dies or chooses to give up power 22. What role do the people play in a government that is a monarchy like that of Saudi Arabia? They have little influence, as the ruler makes most decisions.
23. What is Sharia law? laws based on the teachings of the Quran 24. What is the definition of a theocracy? a government that sees God as the supreme ruler 25. Why is Iran sometimes called a theocratic republic? Irans government is led by both an elected parliament and powerful religious leaders.
26. What is an Ayatollah? a Shia religious leader 27. Which are the 3 main religious groups of Southwest Asia? Christianity, Islam, Judaism 28. What issue led to the split between the Sunni and Shia in Islam? They disagreed over who should lead the Muslim community after the death of Muhammad.
29. What was the outcome of the 1948 War between the new state of Israel and the Arabs living in and around Palestine? Israel won the war and the new State of Israel was even larger than originally planned. 30. Who are the Taliban? a group of radical Muslims
31. In Nigerias government, power is divided between Central and regional authorities. This is an example of which government type? Federal 32. In a unitary government system, most of the power is in the hands of the A. individual voters B. king and advisors C. local governments D. central government
33. Which of the following countries would be a good example of a unitary government? Saudi Arabia 34. What is a weakness of a confederation government system? The central government has only as much power as the local governments are willing to give. 35. Which Southwest Asian country would be a good example of a federal system of government? Israel