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Farewell to Manzanar Jeopardy. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 500. 500. 500. 500. 500. Chapters1-6 100. How old was Jeanne when she arrived at the Manzanar camp?. 7 years old. Jeopardy.

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Farewell to manzanar jeopardy

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Chapters1 6 100

Chapters1-6100

How old was Jeanne when she arrived at the Manzanar camp?

7 years old.

Jeopardy


Chapters1 6 200

Chapters1-6200

Why did the family members stop eating together at Manzanar?

Because the children ate together and the grandmother could not make it to the mess hall. Sometimes the children would venture to other mess halls to eat as well.

Jeopardy


Chapters1 6 300

Chapters1-6300

What work did Mama start doing in the Manzanar camp?

Dietician

Jeopardy


Chapters1 6 400

Chapters1-6400

Why was Jeanne afraid of Terminal Island?

It was the first time she lived among a majority of Japanese people. When she was a child, her father threatened to sell her to the Chinaman and when she saw the Asian people, she thought he had actually done it.

Jeopardy


Chapters1 6 500

Chapters1-6500

  • Which document stated that the War Department to define military areas in the western states and to exclude anyone who might be considered a threat to the war effort.

Executive Order 9066

Jeopardy


Chapters 7 11 100

Chapters 7-11100

Who prevented Papa from beating Mama in the barracks? How?

Kiyo, by punching Papa in the face.

Jeopardy


Chapters 7 11 200

Chapters 7-11200

What does “inu” mean?

Collaborator or Informer.

Jeopardy


Chapters 7 11 300

Chapters 7-11300

What is the most disgraceful thing a Japanese man could be accused of? *Hint: This is why Papa never discussed Fort Lincoln.

Being disloyal.

Jeopardy


Chapters 7 11 400

Chapters 7-11400

Who was Fred Tayama and what happened to him?

He was the leader of the Japanese American Citizens League and he was beaten for being too “friendly” with the administrators?

Jeopardy


Chapters 7 11 500

Chapters 7-11500

What were the two questions on the Loyalty Oath?

Is the signer willing to serve in the United States Armed Forces on combat duty. Will the signer swear allegiance to the US, defend the country from attack, and foreswear any allegiance to Japan?

Jeopardy


Chapters 12 19 100

Chapters 12-19100

What does the word Manzanar mean and why was the camp named that?

“Apple orchard”

Because the land the camp was built on was once apple orchards.

Jeopardy


Chapters 12 19 200

Chapters 12-19200

How did Papa react when Jeanne asked to be baptized and confirmed in a Catholic Church? *Be thorough in your answer*

He was livid, because if she was confirmed Catholic, then she would never be able to marry a Japanese boy. (Not many Japanese boys are Catholic)

Jeopardy


Chapters 12 19 300

Chapters 12-19300

What jobs did Papa and Mama have when they left the Manzanar camp?

Mama worked at a fish cannery and Papa drafted blueprints for a housing cooperative.

Jeopardy


Chapters 12 19 400

Chapters 12-19400

What activities/hobbies did Papa start doing in the Manzanar camp?

Carving furniture, creating a rock garden, and painting with watercolors.

Jeopardy


Chapters 12 19 500

Chapters 12-19500

Describe one of the three Supreme Court cases that affected the status of the camps?

1) The court decided that during wartime a curfew and limitations can be placed on certain racial groups. 2) The courts decided that the War Department could evacuate certain racial groups into internment camps. 3) The government agreed that they were not allowed to hold loyal citizens without just cause.

Jeopardy


Chapters 20 21 100

Chapters 20-21100

When Jeanne arrived at her new school, what did she do that surprised the girl in the class?

She read out loud from a book in perfect English.

Jeopardy


Chapters 20 21 200

Chapters 20-21200

What was Jeanne’s double-impulse?

To disappear, but be accepted at the same time.

Jeopardy


Chapters 20 21 300

Chapters 20-21300

As a young girl, how did Jeanne feel about the limitations placed on her in society?

She accepted it and felt she deserved them.

Jeopardy


Chapters 20 21 400

Chapters 20-21400

Describe Jeanne’s recurring dream and what it meant to her.

She kept having dreams about a blond haired, blue-eyed girl that was being adored by a group of people. This represented to Jeanne something that she could never be.

Jeopardy


Chapters 20 21 500

Chapters 20-21500

Describe Jeanne’s coronation night when she was crowned carnival queen.

Jeanne’s dress was old-fashioned, with a high neck and ruffles. This was the opposite of her attendants. She felt uncomfortable there and wished she was wearing her Japanese sarong. She knew she would not be invited to any celebration parties.

Jeopardy


Chapter 22 100

Chapter 22100

How long did it take Jeanne to deal with Manzanar?

20 years.

Jeopardy


Chapter 22 200

Chapter 22200

What “firsts” did Jeanne accomplish in her family?

She went to college and was the first to marry a non-Japanese spouse.

Jeopardy


Chapter 22 300

Chapter 22300

Did Manzanar look the same when Jeanne went back to visit it with her husband and children?

No, because only two gatehouses remained.

Jeopardy


Chapter 22 400

Chapter 22400

How old was Jeanne’s daughter when they visited the camp? Why was this significant?

She was 11, which is how old Jeanne was when she left the camp.

Jeopardy


Chapter 22 500

Chapter 22500

What did Jeanne remember while visiting the site of Manzanar and what did that signify for her?

She remembered the day her family left Manzanar and that they left in the car was her father’s last act of defiance.

Jeopardy


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