Mrs. Bailey's 6th Grade Social Studies Review

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Project for Lady Bailey and her school of the gifted.

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  • Hi Mrs. Bailey, I'm sorry to bother you, but I'm sooo worried about the Social Studies GA Milestone. I think I'm going to fail because I just don't understand government at all! Can you help me?
  • No problem, young gifted one. Let's travel back in time to look at some historical examples, and see if you can identify their governmental power structures, and types of citizenship.
  • I don't know...I guess it can't hurt to try, but I've heard that 6th grade Social Studies isn't as great here since Mr. Forlenza left. Are you sure you can teach me as well as he can?
  • I think I can manage, and you won't have to deal with his ego or bad jokes throughout the lesson either.
  • Czar Nicholas!!! The people are revolting against you. Bolsheviks are advocating for communism, and want to kill your entire family.
  • The people will NEVER listen to them. Besides I am absolute ruler, and all of the decisions come from me. I will disband the local governments, and reserve all power here.
  • BCMS 6th Grade Milestones Government Review Name:____________________________________________________________
  • YEA! WOOHOO!
  • Chiefs of the Cherokee, we are here to decide for our tribes if we should join our smaller tribes into one larger nation to fight the white man. All decisions will come from local chiefs meeting to decide decisions for the nation.
  • Directions: Using the information in each slide, identify the government power structure, type of citizenship, and your rationale. The first example will be done for you.
  • Comrades! You have voted me president again...for the 6th time. Thank you! I promise by allowing me, Fidel Castro, to decide things in your life, you never, EVER have to worry about participating in government.
  • EXAMPLE RATIONALE: This is an example of AUTOCRATIC citizenship seeing that the citizens of imperial Russia were ruled by a single ruler, Czar Nicholas. It also represents a UNITARY power structure given that all of the power rests in the central government.
  • Aren't we aboot to play another game?
  • I can't, you hoser. I've got to go vote in the election for provincial parliament, and the prime minister.
  • Voting? What's that aboot. I want to go watch the curling match right now.
  • Where is your Canadian pride? Be glad you live in a country where you do get to vote for local and national leaders.
  • I didn't vote for him.
  • Me neither.
  • I wouldn't say that too loud if I were you.
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