This units looks at comparing different country's governments, their ideologies, values, constitutions, and rights and responsibilities.

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A grid for students to record information about different countries and their governments. (This is intended for an upper elementary or middle school audience.) Adapted from: "Comparing Governments: International" by Tami Weaver and Wendy Pineda, Original lesson at http://www.learnnc.org/lp/pages/2853
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A grid for students to record information about different countries, their governments, and specific rights appearing in their constitutions. (This is intended for an advanced middle school or high school audience.) Adapted from: "Comparing Governments: International" by Tami Weaver and Wendy Pineda, Original lesson at http://www.learnnc.org/lp/pages/2853
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A Trip Around the World

by Karen Fasimpaur

A Powerpoint presentation that includes information about India, Germany, Brazil, Iran, and Ghana and makes detailed comparisons of their constitutions to that of the U.S. From iCivics; complete lesson available at http://www.icivics.org/teachers/lesson-plans/trip-around-world
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Country studies

by Karen Fasimpaur

These are web sites with information about different countries, including their governments. These can be used for research for the grids in this unit or to produce your own wiki about comparative governments.
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