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South Carolina

Jeopardy

2004

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Enjoy South Carolina Jeopardy!

  • Choose players or groups - Individuals or Teams can play!
  • Plan a way for contestants to indicate they want to answer (tap desk, ring bell, clicker, etc.)
  • Player #1 or Team #1 chooses a category and question dollar amount first.
  • Teacher reads the “answer” completely, then contestants can respond.
  • After a response is given by a player, click anywhere on the slide to see the correct response.
  • Record the contestant’s score – You gain the dollar amount if correct; lose the dollar amount if incorrect.
  • Then, click “To Game Board” and continue the game until all categories are finished.
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This original Native American tribe had villages in South Carolina. They were known to be great artists and to make beautiful pottery.
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He was the eighth President of the United States and the only US President born in South Carolina. He fought in the Revolutionary War.
what are the low country coast and coastal plain midlands and up country piedmont and mountains

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What are the Low Country(Coast and Coastal Plain)MidLands, andUp country?(Piedmont and Mountains)
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This rock in Sumter National Forest marks the spot where South Carolina, North Carolina, and Georgia meet.
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What is Ellicott’s Rock?There is a small rock embedded in the river bank bearing the letters N.C. carved by surveyor Andrew Ellicott. Ellicott thought this to be the intersection of Georgia, North, and South Carolina. Commissioner\'s Rock, 10 feet downstream, bears the symbols NC/SC 1813 and is the actual point that Ellicott was looking for.

when the united states was formed after the american revolution sc ranked this in becoming a state

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When the United States was formed after the American Revolution, SC ranked this in becoming a state.
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What is 8th? South Carolina ratified the United States Constitution on May 23, 1788, becoming the eighth state to enter the union.
in 1833 the world s first and longest steam operated railroad began in this south carolina city

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In 1833, the world’s first and longest steam operated railroad began in this South Carolina city.
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It has almost all the nutrients that people need for growth and good health -- carbohydrates, fats, minerals, proteins, and vitamins. It does a body good!

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New antlers of this animal have a furry cover called velvet which the animal soon rubs off. It is found throughout South Carolina forests.

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This dance is performed to music known as rhythm and blues. Both the music and the dance are structured on time signature and can be performed to almost any tempo, as long as the basic step is maintained and kept in time to the music.

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One was written in the early 1900’s by Henry Timrod,South Carolina’s most beloved poet, and set to music by Anne Curtis; the other was composed and recorded by Hank Martin and Buzz Arledge, Native South Carolinians, in the 1980’s.

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This climbing plant grows upon trees and fences and bears a profusion of yellow, funnel-shaped flowers an inch in diameter. Its odor on a damp evening or morning fills the atmosphere with a rare and delicate sweetness.

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An attractive feature of the coastal areas, its large leafbud is highly prized as a salad vegetable for use in making pickles or relishes.
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This creature has a conspicuous white stripe over the eyes. The back of its body is red with under parts somewhat lighter in color. The tail, which is finely barred with black, is held erect when excited.

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This symbol makes documents official.It is made up of twodistinct elliptical areas, linked by branches of the palmetto tree.The first image is a tall palmetto tree and another tree, fallen and broken. The second image on the right is a women,grasping a branch of laurel, symbolizing hope.

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ANIMIS OPIBUSQUE PARATI “Ready In Soul and Resource" serves as one of South Carolina’s State Mottos. This phrase serves as the other.

Click to see the correct response!

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We acknowledge the following for use of information and images.

http://www.lpitr.state.sc.us/fruit.htm

http://www.netstate.com/states/symb/sc_symb.htm

http://www.50states.com/scarolin.htm

http://www.geocities.com/BourbonStreet/1786/swampfox.html

http://www.edupaperback.org/authorbios/Parish_Peggy.html

http://www.cherokee-nc.com/

http://www.patriotresource.com/people/sumter.html

http://www.knowitall.org/

http://great-smokies.com/sections/Stories/Outdoor/hiking/hiketrai.html

Jeopardy Template: B. Burkett October 2003

Compiled by B. Burkett, January 2002; updated March 2004

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