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5th Grade SOL Jeopardy

Mountain View Elementary

All Pictures, sounds, and animations were taken off royalty free internet websites. If by mistake, I took copyrighted material, I apologize. Let me know and I will correct my mistake.

Music Credit: http://www.cs.jmu.edu/common/projects/STUDENT/Sesame%20Street/

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SOL Double History Jeopardy

People

5 Regions

Colonial

Government

Civil War

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Who served as Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army and was “Father of Our Country.”

A. George Washington

B. Thomas Jefferson

C. James Madison

D. James Monroe

Picture Credit:

http%3A%2F%2Fwww.fortunecity.com%2Fskyscraper%2Fformat%2F1400%2Fgeog.htm

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George Washington

served as

Commander-in-Chief

of the

Continental Army

and was

“Father of Our Country.”

Double Jeopardy

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You’re too good to catch!

Click to record $200

Answer

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Who wrote the:

*Declaration of Independence

*Virginia Statue for Religious Freedom

*Founded University of Virginia

A. Patrick Henry

B. James Madison

C. George Washington

D. Thomas Jefferson

Picture Credit:

http://school.discovery.com/homeworkhelp/worldbook/atozpictures/pc200508.html

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Thomas Jefferson

wrote the

*Declaration of Independence,

*Virginia Statue for Religious Freedom

*Founded University of Virginia

Picture Credit:

http://www.virginia.edu/

Double Jeopardy

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You're hammering away now!

Click to record $400

Answer

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Who is the “Father of the Constitution” and helped create the Bill of Rights?

A. George Washington

B. James Madison

C. Thomas Jefferson

D. George Wythe

Picture Credit:

http://digicollage.com/archive/presidents/madison.html

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James Madison

is the “Father of the Constitution” and helped create the Bill of Rights?

Double Jeopardy

Music Credit: http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Academy/7316/A_Rock.html

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Wow! You’re good!

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Answer

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He was sent by Thomas Jefferson to negotiate with Napoleon for the Louisiana Purchase. He also issued the Monroe Doctrine.

A. George Wythe

B. James Monroe

C. George Mason

D. James Madison

Picture Credit:

http://school.discovery.com/homeworkhelp/worldbook/atozpictures/pc037016.html

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James Monroe

negotiated with Napoleon for the Louisiana Purchase.

He also issued the

Monroe Doctrine.

Picture Credit:

http://www.gatewayno.com/History/LaPurchase.html

Double Jeopardy

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Click to record $800

I don't know how I could have did doubted you!

Answer

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Who wrote the Virginia Declaration of Rights which led to the U.S. Bill of Rights?

A. George Wythe

B. James Monroe

C. George Mason

Picture Credit:

http://www.fcps.k12.va.us/LondonTowneES/Webquests/FamousVAs/varesprt.html

D. James Madison

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George Mason

wrote the

Virginia Declaration of Rights

which led to the

U.S. Bill of Rights?

Double Jeopardy

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How many regions are there in Virginia?

A. 3

B. 4

C. 5

D. 0

Picture Credit:

http://www.runet.edu/~swoodwar/CLASSES/GEOG202/physprov/physprov.html

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Maryland

West

Virginia

B

D

Kentucky

C

A

E

Tennessee

North Carolina

A-Allegheny (Appalachian) Plateau

B-Ridge and Valley

C-Blue Ridge Mountains

D-Piedmont

E-Tidewater (Coastal Plain)

Double Jeopardy

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RIGHT!

When you’re RIGHT, you’re RIGHT!

Click to record $200

Answer

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What region is known for its coal deposits?

A. Ridge and Valley

B. Piedmont

C. Allegheny Plateau

D. Tidewater

Picture Credit:

http://www.history.ohio-state.edu/projects/coal/Mechanization/electric.htm

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The Fall Line is between what two regions? Choose the Letters representing the regions

A&B

Maryland

B&C

West

Virginia

B

C&D

D

Kentucky

C

A

D&E

E

Tennessee

North Carolina

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The Fall Line is between Piedmont (D) and Tidewater (E) symbolized by the letters D and E on the map.

Maryland

West

Virginia

B

D

Kentucky

C

A

E

Tennessee

North Carolina

Double Jeopardy

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You just outsmarted me!

Click to record $600

Answer

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What language group lived in the Tidewater Region? (Below are the list of tribes that lived in this region!)

  • Abenaki
  • Delaware
  • (Lenni Lenape)
  • Illinois
  • Kickapoo
  • Mahican
  • Malecite
  • Massachuset
  • Menominee
  • Miami
  • Mohegan
  • Montauk

A. Iroquoian

  • Narraganset
  • Nauset
  • Niantic
  • Nipmuc
  • Nipmuck
  • Ojibwa (Chippewa)
  • Passamaquoddy
  • Pennacock
  • Penobscot
  • Pequot
  • Pocomtuc
  • Powhatan
  • Sauk (Sac)
  • Shawnee
  • Wampanoag
  • Wappinger

B. Algonquian

C. Plains

D. Siouan

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The Algonquian Languagegroup lived in the Tidewater Region.

Click on the sound buttons to hear the Delware Lenni Lenape Tribal Language:

Hi

Numbers 1-5

Sounds obtained from http://www.delawaretribeofindians.nsn.us/language.html

Double Jeopardy

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Brillance

Click to record $800

Answer

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What states border Virginia?

  • Maryland, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Tennessee and North Carolina
  • B.West Virginia, Tennessee, Kentucky, and Delaware and North Carolina
  • C. North Carolina, Kentucky, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Maryland
  • D. Tennessee, North Carolina, Kentucky, West Virginia, and Maryland

A

B

C

D

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Tennessee, North Carolina, Kentucky, West Virginia, and Maryland border Virginia.

Maryland

West

Virginia

B

D

Kentucky

C

A

E

Tennessee

North Carolina

Double Jeopardy

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Cool!

Click to record $1000

Answer

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____________ was the cash crop of Virginia.

A. rice

B. indigo

C. tobacco

D. 3 sisters

Picture Credit:

http://school.discovery.com/homeworkhelp/worldbook/atozpictures/lr002492.html

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Tobacco was the cash crop of Virginia.

Picture Credit: http://score.rims.k12.ca.us/activity/wappo/pages/plants6.html

Double Jeopardy

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You're super good,

but can you keep up with me?

Click to record $200

Answer

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The Virginia Colony was established by _________________.

A. King George VI

B. House of Burgesses

C. Virginia Company of London

Picture Credit:

http://www.apva.org/history/vaco.html

D. Continental Congress

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The Virginia Colony was established by the Virginia Company of London.

Picture Credit:

http://www.runet.edu/~swoodwar/CLASSES/GEOG202/physprov/physprov.html

Picture Credit: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/mapshells/europe/england/england.htm

Double Jeopardy

slide38

You’re bouncing along well!

Click to record $400

Answer

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In Virginia’s red letter year of 1619, what two events occurred?

A. Women and House of Burgesses

B. Slaves and women

C. Jamestown and women

Picture Credit:

http://www.ohlone.palo-alto.ca.us/Williamsburg/page15.htm

D. Slaves and House of Burgesses

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In 1619, the House of Burgesses was started and women also came for the first time.

African Slaves came in 1620!

Double Jeopardy

Picture Credit:

http://www.beyondbooks.com/ush72/2f.asp

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Lucky Guess!

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Answer

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Who found a way to grow tobacco, a cash crop in Virginia?

A. John Smith

B. John Rolfe

C. William Bradford

Picture Credit:

http://www.asw.waw.pl/elementary/student_work/fifth/colonies/southern/famouspeople.htm

D. Sir Walter Raleigh

Clue: He also married Pocahontas!

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John Rolfe found a way to grow tobacco, the cash crop of Virginia.

He also married Pocahontas!

Picture Credit:

http://www.asw.waw.pl/elementary/student_work/fifth/colonies/southern/famouspeople.htm

Picture Credit:

http://school.discovery.com/homeworkhelp/worldbook/atozpictures/pc200370.html

Double Jeopardy

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You are so lucky!

Click to record $800

Answer

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Where did the Gemans, Scottish, and Irish settled?

A. Blue Ridge Mts.

B. Shenandoah Valley

C. Chesapeake Bay

D. Near James River

Picture Credit:

http://www.travelguides.org/shenphotos.html

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Gemans, Scottish, and Irish settled in the Shenandoah Valley.

Picture Credit:

http://www.travelguides.org/shenphotos.html

Double Jeopardy

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Your climbing so high!

Click to record $1000

Answer

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Who wrote the Virginia Declaration of Rights?

A. James Madison

B. James Monroe

C. George Mason

D. Thomas Jefferson

Picture Credit:

http://www.fcps.k12.va.us/LondonTowneES/Webquests/FamousVAs/varesprt.html

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George Mason wrote the Virginia Declaration of Rights.

Picture Credit:

http://www.fcps.k12.va.us/LondonTowneES/Webquests/FamousVAs/varesprt.html

Double Jeopardy

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Marvelous!

Click to record $200

Answer

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The capital of Virginia was moved from Jamestown to _______________ during the Revolutionary War.

A. Williamsburg

B. Richmond

C. Winchester

Picture Credit:

http://school.discovery.com/homeworkhelp/worldbook/atozpictures/pc200272.html

D. Roanoke

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The capital of Virginia was moved from Jamestown toWilliamsburg during the Revolutionary War.

Double Jeopardy

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What is the job of the Legislative Branch (General Assembly) of government?

A. Decide cases in courts

B. Makes laws

C. Head the government

D. All of the above

Picture Credit:

http://www.atpm.com/7.01/washington-dc/capitol.shtml

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Aw Nuts, You're too good!

Click to record $600

Answer

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How many counties does Virginia have?

A. 95

B. 100

C. 50

D. 25

Picture Credit:

http://www.runet.edu/~swoodwar/CLASSES/GEOG202/physprov/physprov.html

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Virginia has 95 counties.

Picture Credit:

http://www.runet.edu/~swoodwar/CLASSES/GEOG202/physprov/physprov.html

Double Jeopardy

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A megalopolis is a _______________.

A. farmland

B. Densely populated area with several cities

C. Form of government

Picture Credit:

http://citypics.tripod.com/images/Norfolk05.jpg

D. Combined city and county.

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A megalopolis is a densely populated area with several cities.

Picture Credit:

http://citypics.tripod.com/images/Washington11.jpg

Double Jeopardy

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EXCELLENT

Click to record $1000

Answer

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Who commanded or was the leader of the Confederate Army?

A. Jefferson Davis

B. Stonewall Jackson

C. Ulysses S. Grant

D Robert E. Lee

Picture Credit:

http://www.npg.si.edu/exh/brady/gallery/61gal.html

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Who was called the “eyes of the army?”

A. Jefferson Davis

B. Stonewall Jackson

C. J.E.B. Stuart

D Robert E. Lee

Picture Credit:

http://www.cherrystreet.com/ziggies_picture_gallery.htm

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J.E.B. Stuart was called the

“eyes of the army!”

Picture Credit:

http://www.cherrystreet.com/ziggies_picture_gallery.htm

Double Jeopardy

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You passed with flying colors!

Click to record $400

Answer

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Which of the following was nota reason for the start of the Civil War?

A. State’s rights

B. Slavery

C. Uncle Tom’s Cabin

D Taxes

Picture Credit:

http://www.uncletomscabin.org/

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To infinity and beyond!

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Answer

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The capital of the Confederate was moved from Montgomery, Alabama to ___________.

A. Atlanta

B. Danville

C. Manassas

Picture Credit:

http://www2.virtualtourist.com/m/?s=H&showpic=/p/.107270/t-606-1-3932.jpg&mn=GUYON&pn=Richmond

D Richmond

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The capital of the Confederate was moved from Montgomery, Alabama toRichmond, VA.

Double Jeopardy

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There's no place like home!

Click to record $800

Answer

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Where did General Robert E. Lee surrender to Ulysses S. Grant in order to end the Civil War?

A. Yorktown, VA

B. Appomattox Court House

C. Richmond, VA

D Gettysburg, PA

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The Civil War or War Between the States ended at the Appomattox Court House in Virginia.

Grant’s terms of surrender from

http://www.stratfordhall.org/grant.htm

Picture Credit:

http://www.clements.umich.edu/Photogal/bib/Grant.html

Double Jeopardy

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What's up?

Click to record $1000

Answer