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Student Review Reading for SS.7.C.3.2
Compare parliamentary, federal, confederal, and unitary systems of government.
Students will define parliamentary, federal, confederal, and unitary systems of government. Read more!
Students will compare the organizational structures of systems of government. Read more!
Students will recognize examples of these systems of government. Read more!
Students will analyze scenarios describing various systems of government. Read more!
Example One (Low Complexity)
Which government system gives states the most power?
Example Two (Moderate Complexity)
The table below shows a comparison of two different systems of government.
Which information completes the table?
A. power shared/power delegated
B. rule by a democracy/rule by a monarchy
C. role of government expanded/role of government limited
D. power divided among the branches/power held by one branch
Example Three (High Complexity)
The newspaper headline below described a historical event.
What long term impact does this headline reflect?
A. protection of equal property rights
B. expansion of the right to privacy
C. protection of due process rights
D. expansion of the right to vote
C.3.2 - Vocabulary