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    State Government netw rks Lesson 1 The Federal System Guided Reading the types of powers provided to the government. In the second column, show whether each power is given to the federal government or to the states, or is shared by both. Then, in the third column, define the power and

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    4 Guided Reading and Review Chapter 1, Section 2 A. As You Read Use the chart below to compare the democratic form of government to the dictatorship form of government. B. Reviewing Key Terms Match the descriptions in Column I with the terms in Column II.
    Study 8 Guided Reading 2-1 flashcards from Kristina B. on StudyBlue. Guided Reading 2-1 – American Government with Yates at West Plains Sr. High School – StudyBlue Flashcards
    Foundations of Government Lesson 2 Types of Government Guided Reading Activity Answer Key I. Systems of Government A. unitary B. confederate C. federal II. Constitutional Governments A. constitution B. limited III. Major Types of Government A. totalitarian B. monarchy C. democratic IV. Principles of Democracy A. elections B. minority
    • Unitary Government (centralized government) • All powers held by the government belong to a single, central agency • The central government creates local units of government for its own convenience • The local governments have only those powers that the central government chooses to give them
    Students will learn about the ideas and events that shaped American government, beginning with its English roots and leading to the writing and ratification of the Constitution.
    Guided Reading Activities 3 Name Date Class 1-3 For use with textbook pages 19-25 E CONOMIC CHOICES AND DECISION MAKING FILLING IN THE BLANKS Directions: Use your textbook to fill in the blanks using the words in the box. Some words may be used more than once. Use another sheet of paper if necessary. trade-offs cost-benefit analysis maximum
    In this lesson, students learn four features of a sovereign state. Graphic organizers and mini-quizzes help rein

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