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Jeopardy. Unit 1 Test Review. Click to begin. Choose a point value. Choose a point value. Click here for Final Jeopardy. Grammar. Native American . Of Plymouth Plantation. Olaudah Equiano. Lit. Terms . Vocabulary. 10 Point. 10 Point. 10 Point. 10 Point. 10 Point. 10 Point.

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Jeopardy

Unit 1 Test Review

Click to begin.

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Choose a point value.

Choose a point value.

Click here for Final Jeopardy

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Grammar

Native

American

Of Plymouth

Plantation

Olaudah

Equiano

Lit. Terms

Vocabulary

10 Point

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This grammatical error is known as a fragment and is this kind of clause written as a complete sentence.

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Correct the sentence by spelling

out the correct usage of:

their/they’re/there

________ favorite coffee was

French Vanilla.

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Identify the following grammatical term:

A complete sentence is also called

__________ ____________.

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Identify the following grammatical term:

A complete sentence is also called

__________ ____________.

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State the rule for correcting a fragment when you want to combine a dependent and independent clause.

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Correct the following sentence:

When she finally weighed the pros and cons and made up her mind. June felt comfortable with her decision.

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Which belief system do the Native Americans believe in – polytheistic or monotheistic?

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Define the term: captures a group’s ideals with stores, poems, and songs that convey a people’s values, concerns and history.

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What is: belief in community, and listening to the Great Spirit’s commands when he appears in your dreams?

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Because she was a grown woman and the mixed children (half-bear, half Native American) were his grandchildren.

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List the term: a first hand account by people who lived through significant historic events.

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Established Plymouth, MA

  • Re-elected 30 times as governor
  • Organized the repayment of debts to financial backers
  • Encouraged new immigration
  • Established democratic process in town meetings
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What are:

  • Lost half of their company (50 people)
  • Six or seven people had to take care of the other 43 that were ill.
  • The well crew became to become stingy and wouldn’t give beer to the sick crew member that requested it.
  • The boatswain who used to curse at the passengers became ill and the passengers took care of him and he told them he didn’t deserve it.
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Neither he nor any of his should injure others

  • If any of his did hurt to any of theirs he should send the offender so that they might punish him.
  • If anything was taken, he should return it.
  • If any other group did war against him, he would aid them and vice versa.
  • He should send his neighbors to notify each other in time of attack from other groups.
  • Leave bows and arrows behind when meeting with each other.
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What is:

  • Horrible smell
  • men in shackles
  • Shreikds of women
  • People getting sick
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What is:

Two of the men drowned, the third was rescued and flogged severely

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What is a reference to another historical moment, piece of artwork, literature, in a poem, short story, narrative, play, novel?

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Final Jeopardy

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