This “Distribution of Power” Government unit includes 41 pages of engaging, hands-on activities that will teach your students the basics of how power is distributed in Unitary systems, Federal systems, and Confederations. This packet includes everything you need to ensure that the students know ALL about the different government systems. It is great for your students’ Interactive Social Studies Notebooks, as there are several activities and printables that are perfect for the “Reflection” side.
Included in this file:
-Government Systems graphic organizer for taking notes during presentation –-slide 3
-Distribution of Power presentation notes (Unitary, Federal, & Confederation) –slides 4-28
-Show What You Know group summarizing activity –slide 29
-Stop & Think partner activity –slide 30
-Distribution of Power Review Questions (can be used as a quiz) – slide 31
-Memory Clues graphic organizer – slide 32
-Distribution of Power Awards activity/project – slides 33-34
-Government Systems Scenarios – post around the room and have students label the type –slides 35-41
*This file is aligned to the Georgia Performance Standards for sixth and seventh grade Social Studies:
SS6CG1 The student will compare and contrast various forms of government.
a. Describe the ways government systems distribute power: unitary, confederation, and federal.