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16 types of governments Infographic

16 types of governments

An infographics that defines the different types of governments and provides their brief description.

Social Studies Unit for Middle School: Create Your Own Island, Government and Society

Create a Society Project: Middle School Project on Creating Your Own World

In this project focused lesson, students create and define a society as part of the Create a World series. It's a social studies lesson plan and creative writing activity in one.

This is a great project for G+T students in fifth and sixth grade. Variations I have done include working individually and letting the students choose anywhere in the world they would like their country to be. The geography and climate of their portion of the earth affects the other aspects, such as history, customs, foods, etc.

Create a Society Project: Middle School Project on Creating Your Own World

In this project focused lesson, students create and define a society as part of the Create a World series. It's a social studies lesson plan and creative writing activity in one.

Here's a nice anchor chart on branches state of government. (This is example is for South Carolina, but this model will work for most states.)

Here's a nice anchor chart on branches state of government. (This is example is for South Carolina, but this model will work for most states.)

Flocabulary - Three Branches of Government, rap video...awesome!

Three Branches of Government - Branches of Government - Social Studies

Teach or review the three branches of government with Flocabulary's educational rap song and lesson plan.

Flocabulary - Three Branches of Government, rap video...awesome!

Three Branches of Government - Branches of Government - Social Studies

Teach or review the three branches of government with Flocabulary's educational rap song and lesson plan.

This file is a sort for students to demonstrate the understanding of local, state, and federal government. Students are matching the leaders with the particular government that they work for. File includes Terms of Use.

Government Sort

This file is a sort for students to demonstrate the understanding of local, state, and federal government. Students are matching the leaders with the particular government that they work for. File includes Terms of Use.

Disciplinary Standard Government Standard 3. Societies are shaped by beliefs, idea, and diversity. Critique: This level of government is a great activity for first graders to do. It not only teaches them about the national government it also teaches them about the state and local government. The student can learn about what happens in their local government and the state . This is a good way to show that the local government is important.

Teaching American Government - Ashleigh's Education Journey

Teaching American government to elementary students doesn't have to be boring. Instead, engage and inspire students, while teaching essential

Levels of Government (Video) - Cartoon with a rap song (only watch if you think you can learn from this type of video.)

Who Does What?

It can be pretty confusing trying to figure out which level of government is responsible for providing which programs and services. Take a closer look at the...

After the invasion of Hong Kong & attack on Pearl Harbour, Japanese Canadians living in Canada were being detained in Internment Camps because Canadians believed that they were spies from Japan & possible threats to Canada. - During this time, Canadians were being racist to the Japanese people and forcing them in to camps were everyone, including the young, old, sick & disabled were forced to live in poor living conditions especially during the harsh winters.

Internment of Japanese-Americans and Japanese-Canadians

After the invasion of Hong Kong & attack on Pearl Harbour, Japanese Canadians living in Canada were being detained in Internment Camps because Canadians believed that they were spies from Japan & possible threats to Canada. - During this time, Canadians were being racist to the Japanese people and forcing them in to camps were everyone, including the young, old, sick & disabled were forced to live in poor living conditions especially during the harsh winters.

How Canada Became a Democracy: Part One

How Canada Became a Democracy: Part One

How did modern democracy begin? How did Canada become a Democracy? Share Video on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1qTSmnw Share Video on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1q0...