Create your own Government Assignment

Create your own Government Assignment
Create your own Government Assignment
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Create your own Government Assignment

Things to Think About!!!!
How will you present the information to the class?
Poster, PowerPoint (which you must do on your own), etc…

1. Who is in charge?
a. One person, Two People, No people, 100 people?
• Why?
b. What is their / are their job descriptions / Roles
• Why?
• Individual tasks
• Criteria one must have for being in office
1. Example- US president must be over 35 yrs old, live in the US for 14 consecutive years, and must be a natural born US citizen
c. How much power should they have?
• Can they be overthrown? What happens if they overstep their boundaries?
• What limits do they have? (what are they not allowed to do)
a. Why?
d. How long are they elected for?
• Why?
e. How are they elected?
• Why?
f. What happens when they die?
• How is a new leader elected

2. Who makes the Laws?
a. Is this different then the first question (who is in charge)
• Why or why not
b. If it is a different person, how long are they in office for?
c. How are they chosen? What else does their job entail
d. Do they represent a certain group in society? (example: wealthy, citizens, etc…)
e. What happens when they die?
• How is a new leader elected?







3. Who enforces the laws?
a. Is this different then the first question (who is in charge)
• Why or why not
b. If it is a different person, how long are they in office for?
c. How are they chosen? What else does their job entail
d. Do they represent a certain group in society? (example: wealthy, citizens, etc…)
e. What happens when they die?
• How is a new leader elected?

4. Who decides which laws are fair?
a. Is this different then the first question (who is in charge)
• Why or why not
b. If it is a different person, how long are they in office for?
c. How are they chosen? What else does their job entail
d. Do they represent a certain group in society? (example: wealthy, citizens, etc…)
e. What happens when they die?
• How is a new leader elected?

5. Where are the laws located?
a. Location- where are they?
b. Who can/ cannot see them?
c. Remember not everyone has internet

6. How do you know what is legal and illegal?
a. Does everyone know?
b. What are some consequences

7. Who will be given citizenship?
a. How is it known that they are citizens?
b. What rights do they have as citizens in your country (example: US has Bill of Rights, these are rights that no one can take away)





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