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Jeopardy. Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin. Firsts. Acts. Terminology . Forms of Government. Reasons. Draw that Connection. 20 Point. 20 Point. 20 Point. 20 Point. 20 Point. 20 Point. 40 Points.

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Jeopardy

Choose a category.

You will be given the answer.

You must give the correct question.

Click to begin.

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Firsts

Acts

Terminology

Forms of

Government

Reasons

Draw

that

Connection

20 Point

20 Point

20 Point

20 Point

20 Point

20 Point

40 Points

40 Points

40 Points

40 Points

40 Points

40 Points

60 Points

60 Points

60 Points

60 Points

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60 Points

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The English Bill of Rights stated

that the King could not enact

new taxes without first gaining

the consent of “this” political

organization.

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Some say that this “heritage” first

set the scene for morality

and accountable government.

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What is “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all people are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. — That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, — That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness?”

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“These” Acts placed taxes on common products that were imported into the 13 colonies such as tea, glass, lead, paper, and paints.

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Name the term that is depicted

in the following image and

describe its meaning.

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To protest both England’s refusal to grant colonial representation in parliament and ridiculous taxes, colonists enacted one of “these” as a form of protest. Won’t be buying anything from those Brits for a while.

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Every white male property owner

gets a vote in “this” form of

government developed by

the Ancient Greeks.

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An absolute monarch has “this” kind of authority over the government. Better not mess with one.

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King George III was an example of “this” term for a royal ruler not, to be mistaken for a butterfly.

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The leader of an absolute

monarchy might turn into a real

one of “these” if he starts

abusing all of his power.

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A republic is a form of

government in which people

elect “these” to do “this.”

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The reason that the English began to enact so many new taxes on the colonists in the 1760s and 1770s.

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The Declaration of Independence

listed specific reasons for “this.”

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What is Separation and/or

Independence from Britain?

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What is the Tea Act and the English monopoly on Tea and the lack of choice available in Colonial America.

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Parliament has two houses and can be considered the grandfather of what legislative body that also has two houses and currently serves citizens in the United States.

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“This” American document that

identifies the first ten

amendments to the Constitution

can be considered the grandson

of an English document that

was written in 1689.

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“Don’t step on a crack or

break a mirror.” These

superstitions might still carry

some weight if “this” historic

step on the Road to Democracy

had never occurred.

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If modern day Americans were

not satisfied with the

performance of their

government, they could “alter

or abolish it” by taking

what action?.

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The political, social, and economic differences that became apparent in the debate over independence between the Northern and Southern colonies foreshadowed “this” horrific event that took place in America nearly 90 years later.

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Final Jeopardy

Make your wager

Final Jeopardy Topic:

1776 Quotes

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“This” founding father stated that “We’ve spawned a new race here…Rougher; simpler; more violent; more enterprising; less refined. We’re a new nationality. We require a new nation.”