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JEOPARDY

GAME RULES

FINAL ROUND

Section Three Review

Movements

People

Territory

Pot Luck

100

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200

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500


This was the first women s rights convention held in 1848

Movements

100

This was the first women’s rights convention held in 1848.


What is the seneca falls conference

Movements

100

What is the Seneca Falls Conference?


This movement sought to end slavery and prevent its practice in new states admitted to the union

Movements

200

This movement sought to end slavery and prevent its practice in new states admitted to the union.


What is abolition

Movements

200

What is Abolition?


This movement sought to provide education for all children regardless of income level

Movements

300

This movement sought to provide education for all children regardless of income level.


What is the public school movement

Movements

300

What is the Public School movement?


This movement tried to limit the sale and consumption of alcoholic beverages

Movements

400

This movement tried to limit the sale and consumption of alcoholic beverages.


What is temperance

Movements

400

What is Temperance?


Movements

500

This term describes the belief that the United States should occupy all of the land between the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. This idea fueled expansionism and nationalism in the United States.


What is manifest destiny

Movements

500

What is Manifest Destiny?


People

100

This U.S. President was known for his emphasis on the rights of the “common man” and was instrumental in gaining suffrage rights for males who did not own property.


Who was andrew jackson

People

100

Who was Andrew Jackson?


This business man introduced a new cheaper technology for the processing of cotton

People

200

This business man introduced a new, cheaper technology for the processing of cotton.


Who is eli whitney

People

200

Who is Eli Whitney?


People

300

This person stated that European interference anywhere in the Americas would be viewed as a hostile act against the United States.


Who is president james monroe

People

300

Who is President James Monroe?


People

400

This French leader is known for establishing a secular state in France, developing civil law, and initiating many aspects of modern warfare.


Who is napoleon bonaparte

People

400

Who is Napoleon Bonaparte?


How much would you like to bet

DAILY DOUBLE

How much would you like to bet?


People

500

These two individuals were responsible for charting, mapping, and describing land gained from the Louisiana Purchase and other territory west to the Pacific Ocean .


Who are lewis and clark

People

500

Who are Lewis and Clark?


Territory

100

This was the primary river used for transport by the explorers who charted, mapped, and described the Louisiana Purchase and other western land.


What is the missouri river

Territory

100

What is the Missouri River?


For this reason many americans opposed thomas jefferson s purchase of louisiana

Territory

200

For this reason, many Americans opposed Thomas Jefferson’s purchase of Louisiana.


What is they thought the purchase was unconstitutional

Territory

200

What is they thought the purchase was unconstitutional?


How much would you like to bet1

DAILY DOUBLE

How much would you like to bet?


The reason motivating the majority of americans who moved into the new western territories

Territory

300

The reason motivating the majority of Americans who moved into the new western territories.


What is the desire to own their own land

Territory

300

What is the desire to own their own land?


This landform is found in the western part of both the u s and canada

Territory

400

This landform is found in the western part of both the U.S. and Canada.


What are the rocky mountains

Territory

400

What are the Rocky Mountains?


The louisiana purchase ensured unrestricted access on this river for the united states

Territory

500

The Louisiana Purchase ensured unrestricted access on this river for the United States.


What is the mississippi river

Territory

500

What is the Mississippi River?


Describe u s british relations following the war of 1812

Pot Luck

100

Describe U.S./British relations following the War of 1812.


What is the war ended hostilities between the two nations

Pot Luck

100

What is the war ended hostilities between the two nations?


The term used to describe a rapid expansion of manufacturing capabilities

Pot Luck

200

The term used to describe a rapid expansion of manufacturing capabilities.


What is the industrial revolution

Pot Luck

200

What is the Industrial Revolution?


This person was a major organizer of the women s suffrage movement in the early 19 th century

Pot Luck

300

This person was a major organizer of the women’s suffrage movement in the early 19th century.


Who was elizabeth cady stanton

Pot Luck

300

Who was Elizabeth Cady Stanton?


Pot Luck

400

This action by President Andrew Jackson reduced the fears of would-be settlers and encouraged settlement in western lands.


What is the removal of native americans or the indian removal act

Pot Luck

400

What is the removal of Native Americans or the Indian Removal Act?


Pot Luck

500

This term refers to a belief in the superiority of one’s national identity and binds the people of a country together.


What is nationalism

Pot Luck

500

What is nationalism?


This part of the u s constitution places federal law above state law

Section 3 Review

100

This part of the U.S. Constitution places federal law above state law.


What is the supremacy clause

Section 3 Review

100

What is the Supremacy Clause?


Section 3 Review

200

This uprising and the way it was handled during George Washington’s presidency emphasized the federal government’s expectation that citizens resolve their grievances peacefully through the political process.


What is the whiskey rebellion

Section 3 Review

200

What is the Whiskey Rebellion?


This secretary of the treasury under george washington was a staunch federalist

Section 3 Review

300

This Secretary of the Treasury under George Washington was a staunch Federalist.


Who is alexander hamilton

Section 3 Review

300

Who is Alexander Hamilton?


Place your bets

DAILY DOUBLE

Place your bets!


Two groups who would have supported thomas jefferson s views over those of alexander hamilton

DAILY DOUBLE

Two groups who would have supported Thomas Jefferson’s views over those of Alexander Hamilton.


Who are farmers trades people people from rural areas and urban immigrants

Section 3 Review

400

Who are farmers, trades people, people from rural areas, and urban immigrants?


This group was promised a bill of rights addition to the constitution before they would approve it

Section 3 Review

500

This group was promised a Bill of Rights addition to the Constitution before they would approve it.


Who are the anti federalists

Section 3 Review

500

Who are the Anti-Federalists?


Welcome to jeopardy the fun way to review material for the upcoming test

Welcome to Jeopardy!The fun way to review material for the upcoming test!


And now a brief introduction to the rules of the game

And now…a brief introduction to the RULES of the GAME…


Each group must:a) SIT TOGETHER, and b) Designate a SPEAKER who will respond to the prompts (You may NOT change speakers).


The game consists of five categories each containing five questions

The game consists of FIVE categories, each containingFIVE questions



Each speaker may select only one question per round

Each speaker may select only ONE question per round


Once the selected question is posted on the screen, the SPEAKER of the team has 10 seconds to respond.


During the game, whispering is OK, but LOUD talking and/or disruptions DURING THE GAME may result in point loss for the entire team.


The response should be phrased in the disruptions DURING THE GAME may result in point loss for the entire team.FORM OF A QUESTION.(Words, phrases, and statements – even if correct – may be disqualified)



If the speaker does not respond correctly within 10 seconds, the question passes on to the next team speaker, who has 5 seconds to respond.


The number of points for the correct answer at this stage are the same as for the previous team

The number of points for the correct answer at this stage are the same as for the previous team.


Questions that are not answered correctly by the selecting team are offered to the other teams in turn until a correct answer is given or all teams have guessed incorrectly.


For the Daily Double, team are offered to the other teams in turn until a correct answer is given or all teams have guessed incorrectly.the speaker designates the number of points – up to the max. points earned by the team. If correct, the team earns the designated points; if incorrect, they lose the designated points.


Again, whispering is OK, but remember, LOUD TALKING and/or DISRUPTIONS DURING THE GAME may result in point loss for the entire team.


The judge s decisions are final and whining pouting and or complaints will not be entertained

The judge’s decisions are FINAL and whining, pouting, and/or complaints will NOT BE ENTERTAINED…


Ready to play

Ready to play? and/or complaints will NOT BE ENTERTAINED…


Final Jeopardy Topic: and/or complaints will NOT BE ENTERTAINED…Popular Political CultureYou may wager up to the amount of points your team has earned. Write your wager on a piece of paper and submit it.


Final jeopardy question
Final Jeopardy Question and/or complaints will NOT BE ENTERTAINED…

Correctly identify at least two political campaign practices that can be traced all the way back to the presidential campaign of Andrew Jackson.


Popular political culture
Popular and/or complaints will NOT BE ENTERTAINED…Political Culture

What are negative campaigning, campaign theme songs, buttons, pamphlets, posters, rallies, and fundraising dinners?


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