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Jeopardy. This is Social Studies Chapter 10 JEOPARDY!!! It would be wise to be attentive, as this is the test review!. Vocabulary. Approving the Constitution. Rights & Responsibilities. New Leaders. Political Parties. Mixed Bag O’ Questions. 500. 500. 500. 500. 500. 500.

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Jeopardy

Jeopardy

This is Social Studies Chapter 10 JEOPARDY!!!

It would be wise to be attentive,

as this is the test review!


Jeopardy

Vocabulary

Approving

the

Constitution

Rights

&

Responsibilities

New

Leaders

Political

Parties

Mixed

Bag

O’

Questions

500

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400

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Final Jeopardy Question


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Category 1

500 pts

Agree to

Answer: What is ratify?

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Category 1

400 pts

The freedoms that all people

should have.

Answer: What are human rights?

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Category 1

300 pts

changes

Answer: What are amendments?

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Category 1

200 pts

A love of country

Answer: What is patriotism?

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Category 1

100 pts

A race for office.

Answer: What is campaign?

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Category 2

500 pts

In this year, the last state of Rhode Island ratified the constitution.

Answer: What was 1790?

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Category 2

400 pts

This was the first state to

ratify the constitution.

Answer: What was Delaware?

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Category 2

300 pts

This many states out of 13

had to ratify the constitution to become law.

Answer: What was nine?

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Category 2

200 pts

This promise encouraged the

states to ratify the

constitution.

Answer: What is the Bill of Rights?

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Category 2

100 pts

The wording of the Preamble

and this were two causes of

conflicts over the constitution.

Answer: What is a strong national government?

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Category 3

500 pts

Under the 1st amendment,

these 4 rights were granted

to citizens.

Answer:

What is freedom of speech, freedom of the press, freedom of religion, and freedom to assemble?

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Category 3

400 pts

This means that people have

the right to a fair, public

trial.

Answer: What is due process of law?

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Category 3

300 pts

The Bill of Rights was

modeled after this British

document.

Answer: What is the Magna Carta?

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Category 3

200 pts

This is a group of citizens

who decide a case in court.

Answer: What is a jury?

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Category 3

100 pts

The constitution implies that

citizens should take part in

government by doing this in

elections.

Answer: What is voting?

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Category 4

500 pts

Congress decided to build the

capital in Washington, D.C.

because it was the center of

the new country and this

reason.

Answer: What is Congress believed it shouldn’t be a part of any one state?

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Category 4

400 pts

This man became our nation’s first president.

Answer: Who was George Washington?

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Category 4

300 pts

This man became our

nation’s second president.

Answer: Who is John Adams?

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Category 4

200 pts

This man became our

nation’s first vice-president.

Answer: Who is John Adams?

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Category 4

100 pts

This man was Washington’s

secretary of war.

Answer: Who was Knox ?

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Category 5

500 pts

These two parties became

our nation’s first political

parties.

Answer: What are federalists and republicans?

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Category 5

400 pts

This man was the leader of

the Republican party.

Answer: Who was Jefferson?

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Category 5

300 pts

This political party wanted

a strong state government.

Answer: What is the Republican party?

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Category 5

200 pts

These two states gave up

some of their land to form

the new capital.

Answer: What are Maryland and Virginia?

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Category 5

100 pts

This political party wanted a

strong national government.

Answer: What is Federalist?

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Category 6

500 pts

It was important for these

type of states to ratify the

constitution because they

had larger populations.

Answer: What are large states?

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Category 6

400 pts

This man became

Washington’s Attorney

General.

Answer: Who was Randolph?

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Category 6

300 pts

This man was the chief

justice of the supreme

court.

Answer: Who is John Jay?

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Category 6

200 pts

This man became

Washington’s secretary of

the treasury.

Answer: Who is Hamilton?

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Category 6

100 pts

This is a group of the

President’s most important

advisors.

Answer: What is cabinet?

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Final Jeopardy

What were the main differences between the Federalists and the Republicans? Be specific.

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