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Warm-up Copy the question and choose an answer. You will need to turn in one sheet of paper on Friday with all the questions and answers for the week. Date: 10/31 Subject: Social Science. 2 . The leader in a presidential system is chosen by: The monarch or king

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Warm-upCopy the question and choose an answer. You will need to turn in one sheet of paper on Friday with all the questions and answers for the week.Date: 10/31 Subject: Social Science

2. The leader in a

presidential system

is chosen by:

The monarch or king

By popular vote of the people

A decision by national courts

The political party with the most representatives in the legislature

1. The leader in a parliamentary system is chosen by:

The monarch or king

By popular vote of the people

A decision by national courts

The political party with the most representatives in the legislature

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Answers

1. The leader in a parliamentary system is chosen by:

The monarch or king

By popular vote of the people

A decision by national courts

The political party with the most representatives in the legislature

2. The leader in a

presidential system

is chosen by:

The monarch or king

By popular vote of the people

A decision by national courts

The political party with the most representatives in the legislature

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Warm-upCopy the question and choose an answer. You will need to turn in one sheet of paper on Friday with all the questions and answers for the week.Date: 11/01 Subject: Social Science

3. What is the role of the president in regards to laws passed by the legislature?

He enforces the laws

He changes the laws he doesn’t like

He sends them to the states for approval.

Laws do not have to go to the president for approval

4. The leader in a

parliamentary system is often called the:

King

President

Governor

Prime Minister

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3. What is the role of the president in regards to laws passed by the legislature?

He enforces the laws

He changes the laws he doesn’t like

He sends them to the states for approval.

Laws do not have to go to the president for approval

4. The leader in a

parliamentary system is often called the:

King

President

Governor

Prime Minister

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Warm-upCopy the question and choose an answer. You will need to turn in one sheet of paper on Friday with all the questions and answers for the week.Date: 11/02 Subject: Social Science

5. Who makes most of the important governmental decisions in an autocracy?

The leader

The people

The legislature

A small group of powerful leaders

6. How long does

a monarch rule?

One- term

10 years

As long as the legislature allows

Until death or chooses to give up power.

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5. Who makes most of the important governmental decisions in an autocracy?

The leader

The people

The legislature

A small group of powerful leaders

6. How long does

a monarch rule?

One- term

10 years

As long as the legislature allows

Until death or they choose to give up power.

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Warm-upCopy the question and choose an answer. You will need to turn in one sheet of paper on Friday with all the questions and answers for the week.Date: 11/03 Subject: Social Science

7. Who makes most of the important governmental decisions in an oligarchy?

The leader

The people

The legislature

A small group of powerful leaders

8. What is Shariah law?

Laws made by the

King alone

B. Laws based on parliamentary democracy

C. Laws based on the teachings of the Quran

D. Laws based on the separation of church and state

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7. Who makes most of the important governmental decisions in an oligarchy?

The leader

The people

The legislature

A small group of powerful leaders

8. What is Shariah law?

Laws made by the

King alone

B. Laws based on parliamentary democracy

C. Laws based on the teachings of the Quran

D. Laws based on the separation of church and state

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Warm-upCopy the question and choose an answer. You will need to turn in one sheet of paper on Friday with all the questions and answers for the week.Date: 11/04 Subject: Social Science

9. What is an Ayatollah?

The leader of a Jewish congregation

The title of a local governor

A Shia religious leader.

A Christian priest.

10. What is the definition of a “theocracy”?

A government that sees God as the supreme ruler

A government that allows the people to choose the leaders.

A system in which religious law and civil law are separate.

A system in which only religious leaders are allowed to vote.

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10. What is the definition of a “theocracy”?

A government that sees God as the supreme ruler

A government that allows the people to choose the leaders.

A system in which religious law and civil law are separate.

A system in which only religious leaders are allowed to vote.

9. What is an Ayatollah?

The leader of a Jewish congregation

The title of a local governor

A Shia religious leader.

A Christian priest.

november warm up quiz 1
November Warm-up Quiz # 1

Place the following governments in numerical order with #1 being a system which allows citizens the most amount of political freedom (involvement in government decisions), to #5, being a system which allows citizens the least amount of political freedom.

Parliamentary Democracy

Autocracy

Oligarchy

Presidential Democracy

Pure Democracy

1. ___________________

2. ___________________

3. ___________________

4. ___________________

5. ___________________

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Quiz #1 Answers

1. Pure Democracy

2. Presidential Democracy

3. Parliamentary Democracy

4. Oligarchy

5. Autocracy

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Warm-upCopy the question and choose an answer. You will need to turn in one sheet of paper on Friday with all the questions and answers for the week.Date: 11/07 Subject: Social Science

1. How are economic decisions made in a command economy?

Custom and habit

Government planners

Consumers and the market

A combination of consumers and government planners.

2. How are economic decisions made in

a market economy?

Farmers

Government planners

Consumers and the market

A combination of consumers and government planners.

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2. How are economic decisions made in

a market economy?

Farmers

Government planners

Consumers and the market

A combination of consumers and government planners.

1. How are economic decisions made in a command economy?

Custom and habit

Government planners

Consumers and the market

A combination of consumers and government planners.

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Warm-upCopy the question and choose an answer. You will need to turn in one sheet of paper on Friday with all the questions and answers for the week.Date: 11/08 Subject: Social Science

3. How are economic decisions made in a traditional economy?

Custom and habit

Government planners

Consumers and the market

A combination of consumers and government planners.

4. Who takes on the financial risk of starting a new business in a market economy?

Consumers

Government planners

Individual business people

A combination of consumers and government planners.

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4. Who takes on the financial risk of starting a new business in a market economy?

Consumers

Government planners

Individual business people

A combination of consumers and government planners.

3. How are economic decisions made in a traditional economy?

Custom and habit

Government planners

Consumers and the market

A combination of consumers and government planners.

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Warm-upCopy the question and choose an answer. You will need to turn in one sheet of paper on Friday with all the questions and answers for the week.Date: 11/09 Subject: Social Science

5. Why are most modern economies referred to as mixed economies?

Poverty is highest in countries with market economies

government planners don’t know how to handle problems

Products made by traditional economies have no market in the modern world.

Most countries have all aspects of all three systems.

6. Which of the following

would be a problem in

a command economy?

Individuals trying to start a new business.

local crafts produced before manufactured goods.

Government planners set prices for goods produced.

Workers forced to do jobs they did not care to do.

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5. Why are most modern economies referred to as mixed economies?

Poverty is highest in countries with market economies

government planners don’t know how to handle problems

Products made by traditional economies have no market in the modern world.

Most countries have all aspects of all three systems.

6. Which of the following

would be a problem in

a command economy?

Individuals trying to start a new business.

local crafts produced before manufactured goods.

Government planners set prices for goods produced.

Workers forced to do jobs they did not care to do.

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Warm-upCopy the question and choose an answer. You will need to turn in one sheet of paper on Friday with all the questions and answers for the week.Date: 11/10 Subject: Social Science

7. What is economic specialization?

Directly swapping goods from one country to another without having to use money

Avoiding investment in industry and technology because of the expense.

Producing all goods and services so trade is not necessary.

producing goods that can be made most efficiently and traded for things that can’t be obtained locally.

8. Saudi Arabia specializes in the production of:

Chicken and sheep

Oil and gas

Oil and sugar

Olive oil and oranges

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7. What is economic specialization?

Directly swapping goods from one country to another without having to use money

Avoiding investment in industry and technology because of the expense.

Producing all goods and services so trade is not necessary.

producing goods that can be made most efficiently and traded for things that can’t be obtained locally.

8. Saudi Arabia specializes in the production of:

Chicken and sheep

Oil and gas

Oil and sugar

Olive oil and oranges

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Friday Warm-up Quiz #15

Warm-upCopy the question and choose an answer. You will need to turn in one sheet of paper on Friday with all the questions and answers for the week.Date: 11/11 Subject: Social Science

10. What are capital goods?

The workers who make the goods and services.

Factories, machines and tools used to make goods.

The money spent to train workers to use new technologies.

Goods and services that are produced for a countries economy.

9. What is human capital?

Skills and education workers have

Taxes collected from a countries workers.

Money paid to workers for producing goods.

The amount of goods sold in foreign trade in a year.

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9. What is human capital?

Skills and education workers have

Taxes collected from a countries workers.

Money paid to workers for producing goods.

The amount of goods sold in foreign trade in a year.

10. What are capital goods?

The workers who make the goods and services.

Factories, machines and tools used to make goods.

The money spent to train workers to use new technologies.

Goods and services that are produced for a countries economy.

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November Warm-up Quiz # 1

The following countries list the percentage of economic freedom allowed to it’s citizens. Draw this line on your paper. Place each country in the appropriate place along the economic continuum.

Lebanon 59.5% Yemen 54.4% Saudi Arabia 64.1%

Jordan 66.1% Bahrain 76.3% United States 78%

China 51% North Korea 1% Iran 43.4%

100%

0%

Then place the countries in numerical order with #1 being a system which allows citizens the most amount of economic freedom to #9, being a system which allows citizens the least amount of economic freedom.

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Quiz #1 Answers

United States

Bahrain

Jordan

Saudi Arabia

Lebanon

Yemen

China

Iran

North Korea

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Warm-upCopy the question and choose an answer. You will need to turn in one sheet of paper on Friday with all the questions and answers for the week.Date: 11/14 Subject: Social Science

1. What is an entrepreneur?

People enjoy saving all their money.

Business people who try not to take risks with their money.

Someone who is always successful.

Someone who is willing to take a risk to begin a new business.

2. What is a tariff?

a tax paid by a purchaser when goods are sold

a tax placed on goods coming into one country from another country.

a tax paid on goods by local manufacturers.

tax paid when goods are shipped between states.

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1. What is an entrepreneur?

People enjoy saving all their money.

Business people who try not to take risks with their money.

Someone who is always successful.

Someone who is willing to take a risk to begin a new business.

2. What is a tariff?

a tax paid by a purchaser when goods are sold

a tax placed on goods coming into one country from another country.

a tax paid on goods by local manufacturers.

tax paid when goods are shipped between states.

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Warm-upCopy the question and choose an answer. You will need to turn in one sheet of paper on Friday with all the questions and answers for the week.Date: 11/15 Subject: Social Science

3. What is an embargo?

Tax paid on goods coming into the country from overseas.

a limit to the amount of goods allowed into a country.

Tax paid by a producer before they can sell goods to another country

a halt to trade with another country for political or economic reasons.

4. What is a quota?

A decision to prevent certain goods from being imported.

a tax placed on imported goods when they enter the country.

a limit to the amount of a foreign produced good coming into the country.

a tax placed on goods when they are purchased in the market place.

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3. What is an embargo?

Tax paid on goods coming into the country from overseas.

a limit to the amount of goods allowed into a country.

Tax paid by a producer before they can sell goods to another country

a halt to trade with another country for political or economic reasons.

4. What is a quota?

A decision to prevent certain goods from being imported.

a tax placed on imported goods when they enter the country.

a limit to the amount of a foreign produced good coming into the country.

a tax placed on goods when they are purchased in the market place.

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Warm-upCopy the question and choose an answer. You will need to turn in one sheet of paper on Friday with all the questions and answers for the week.Date: 11/16 Subject: Social Science

5. Why was OPEC created?

to regulate the supply and price of oil.

design new machinery to get oil out of the ground

to help Palestinians with their problems with Israel

to keep countries that are not members from producing oil.

6. What happens to the price of oil when OPEC countries decided to limit production?

Prices drop

Prices rise

Prices stay the same

Oil stops being sold

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5. Why was OPEC created?

to regulate the supply and price of oil.

design new machinery to get oil out of the ground

to help Palestinians with their problems with Israel

to keep countries that are not members from producing oil.

6. What happens to the price of oil when OPEC countries decided to limit production?

Prices drop

Prices rise

Prices stay the same

Oil stops being sold

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Warm-upCopy the question and choose an answer. You will need to turn in one sheet of paper on Friday with all the questions and answers for the week.Date: 11/17 Subject: Social Science

7. Where are most OPEC nations located?

On the African continent

South America

North America

Southwest Asia

8. Why have the Israeli’s made an investment in human capital?

training people takes very little money

Their main industry is oil.

they have to bring in workers from other countries.

They need well trained workers because their economy depends on advanced technology.

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8. Why have the Israeli’s made an investment in human capital?

training people takes very little money

Their main industry is oil.

they have to bring in workers from other countries.

They need well trained workers because their economy depends on advanced technology.

7. Where are most OPEC nations located?

On the African continent

South America

North America

Southwest Asia

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Warm-upCopy the question and choose an answer. You will need to turn in one sheet of paper on Friday with all the questions and answers for the week.Date: 11/18 Subject: Social Science

9. Israel has invested in capital goods in all the following areas EXCEPT?

Oil

Defense

Communication

Farming and agriculture

10. Why are oil and gas such valuable natural resources?

large deposits of oil and gas are found in most countries

it’s easy to replace oil supplies after they are used

industrial countries depend on oil and gas as their energy supply

oil and gas are the only source of energy used around the world.

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10. Why are oil and gas such valuable natural resources?

large deposits of oil and gas are found in most countries

it’s easy to replace oil supplies after they are used

industrial countries depend on oil and gas as their energy supply

oil and gas are the only source of energy used around the world.

9. Israel has invested in capital goods in all the following areas EXCEPT?

Oil

Defense

Communication

Farming and agriculture

references
References
  • Moffitt, L., Mullins, E., & Blankenship, G. (2009). Georgia CRCT Test Prep: 7th Grade Social Studies Edition. Clairmont Press. Atlanta, GA.
  • Debra Harrington, Yeager Middle School