Essential Question: How have governments evolved throughout history?
Includes: Complete lesson plan, introductory grabber, PowerPoint Slide Show, pair and share review, and the creation of a brochure in Microsoft Publisher. The brochure will cover distribution of power, three major types of government, and two major types of democracy.
At the end of the lesson students will know:
The similarities and differences between the three distributions of power:
Unitary, Federal, & Confederal
The differences between the three major types of government:
Autocracy, Oligarchy, and Democracy
The similarities and differences between the two most common forms of democracy today:
Presidential and Parliamentary Democracy
At the end of the lesson students will be able to:
Recall all SFI (Specific Factual Information) and it’s basic identification:
• Unitary, Federal, Confederal
• Autocracy, Oligarchy, Democracy
• Presidential Democracy, Parliamentary Democracy
Illustrate their knowledge through the creation of a brochure using Microsoft Publisher
Create basic brochures through using Microsoft Publisher and use the basic functions of the program
SSCG19 The student will compare and contrast governments that are unitary, confederal, and federal; autocratic, oligarchic and democratic; and presidential and parliamentary.