BUSINESS OWNERSHIP WORKSHEET
STUDENT NAME _ DATE _
Using the information you learned in the Types of Business Ownership Lesson, answer the questions below. Make
sure you complete BOTH SIDES!
1. List five reasons that you would join with another person (a
THE FORMATION OF
Brunei and Singapore
Issues of Brunei
The Idea of Malaysia
The idea of unifying the countries in
THE STRUGGLE FOR
from being governed or
ruled by another country.
The struggle for independence can be
divided into two stages:
1. The first stage is the armed or bloody stage
which began with the struggle of th
SYSTEM OF GOVERNMENT
STRUCTURE IN MALAYSIA
Practices a system of parliamentary
Three main bodies in the system
the executive, legislative and
Powers do onto overlap and each has
its own role,
ON REGIONAL AND
WHAT IS FOREIGN POLICY?
A policy pursued by a nation in its dealings
with other nations, designed to achieve
Plan of action adopted by one nation in
regards to its diplomatic dealings
The three main races in the Malay Peninsula were
the Malays, the Chinese and the Indians. The
Malays formed the majority of the population.
In the mid-19th century, many Chinese and
Indians migrated to
Human capital is defined as the
balancing of physical
development based on
knowledge and skills, values,
ethics and progressive mind
coupled with a high degree of
The development of human
DEFINITION OF THE CONSTITUTION?
Contains the basic principles which determine how a state is
established and ruled in the dictation of the laws, customs, or
common orders adopted.
Related to matters on how general decisions ar
Democracy is a government by the people or the elected
representative from the elections.
In a democratic system, laws are drafted either by the people
or through representative who are chosen by the people to
WHAT IS DEVELOPMENT?
Refers to the efforts to change the
community or country from the state of
underdevelopment to that of being
The change covers various aspects of
life; economical, political ,social,
ERA IN THE MALAY PENINSULA
Malaysia was once a colonized land.
Portuguese, Dutch, Japanese and British had colonized the country
But only British and Japanese colonized the whole country and left many
impact on the people
Form of relationship between man and supreme
power. It is a sacred relationship whereby man
believes that this supreme power can provide
protection and safety.
Manifestation of the relationship between man and
EARLY HISTORY OF MALAYA
PRE-HISTORICAL AGES OF MALAY ARCHIPELAGO
PRE-HISTORICAL AGES OF MALAY
Ancient history of Malaysia spans four main phases:
i) Paleolithic Age (early ston