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CREATE YOUR OWN NATION Assignment
Transcript of CREATE YOUR OWN NATION Assignment
GOVERNMENT USED AND WHY
Pick a name that stands out!
Type of government
Choose wicked awesome colors!
Something that symbolizes the type of nation you have built.
Choose a song or lyrics or make it up!
Why does it work for your nation?
Anything you want to add is your choice! Religion? Economic system? Symbols? Etc.?
THE NATIONAL FLAG
Design a flag. (It doesn't have to be the final design; the USA has gone through 39!) Represent with your country's colors and what your nation stands for.
THE MAP & CAPITAL CITY
Draw a map of your nation with all of its boundaries, natural and artificial geographical features, etc. Put the capital on the map and tell us why it is located there. Why is the capital designed the way it is? Where does the name come from?
Where is your country headed? What are the goals of your country? Explain, in detail, how you will survive as a country.
TEN ABSOLUTE LAWS
Personal freedom and individuality is important to almost every person alive; these laws should be the personal freedoms that the government must protect for the people. You can base these laws on the first ten amendments of the United States Constitution or make up your own. Explain why each law is important to the success of your nation.
Based on the type of government you have chosen, create a brief constitution that defines the "supreme law of the land" for your nation. You can base these laws on those within the United States Constitution or make up your own. Explain why each law is important to the success of your nation.
Designed by Mr. Kerg
The Gist of This
Consider the following:
the name of the country;
physical and geographic characteristics;
population and demographics;
climate, flora and fauna;
cultural, social, economic, religious and political structures;
adjacencies and boundaries;
industry and manufacturing;
leisure, play and sport;
built form (cities, buildings, infrastructure);
and the country flag