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Jeopardy Test Preview. World History. Winter Benchmark Jeopardy. Rome/Byzantine 100 250 500 1000 1500 2000 2500. China/Japan 100 250 500 1000 1500 2000. Religions 100 250 500 1000 1500 2000. Geography 100 250 500 1000 1500 2000. Geog #2 100 500 1000 1500 2000.

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winter benchmark jeopardy
Winter Benchmark Jeopardy

Rome/Byzantine

  • 100
  • 250
  • 500
  • 1000
  • 1500
  • 2000
  • 2500

China/Japan

  • 100
  • 250
  • 500
  • 1000
  • 1500
  • 2000

Religions

  • 100
  • 250
  • 500
  • 1000
  • 1500
  • 2000
  • Geography
  • 100
  • 250
  • 500
  • 1000
  • 1500
  • 2000

Geog #2

  • 100
  • 500
  • 1000
  • 1500
  • 2000

Middle

Ages

  • 100
  • 200
  • 300
  • 400
  • 500
  • 1000
  • 1500
  • 2000

Islam

  • 100
  • 250
  • 500
  • 1000
  • 1500
  • 2000

American

Empires

  • 100
  • 250
  • 500
  • 1000
  • 1500

Technology

  • 100
  • 250
  • 500
  • 1000
  • 1500
  • 2000

Draw the world

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  • 500
  • 1000
  • 1500
  • 2000
  • Africa
  • 100
  • 250
  • 500
china japan 100
China, Japan 100
  • This is Japan’s best defense.

Answer:

Island

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china japan 250
China, Japan 250
  • These are three natural defenses that have kept China relatively isolated from the outside world.

Answer:

Himalayas, Ocean, Gobi Desert, Tibetan Plateau

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china japan 500
China, Japan 500
  • This Chinese philosopher had the greatest effect on both Chinese and Japanese governments.

Answer:

Confucius

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china japan 1000
China, Japan 1000
  • These are the three major religions/philosophies of China that can be practiced faithfully by each person

Answer:

Taoism, Confucianism, Buddhism

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china japan 1500
China, Japan 1500
  • This Chinese Explorer didn’t take over new lands but instead gave fancy gifts to show how great China was. His explorations ended when his Emperor died.

Answer:

Zheng Ho

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china japan 2000
China, Japan 2000
  • This Samurai code first affected the Japanese, helped to defeat the Mongols in the battle of Kyushu, then affected the United States as we tried to defeat them in World War II.

Answer:

Bushido

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american empires 100
American Empires 100
  • This American Empire, located in the Andes, only lasted about 100 years before the Spanish, led by Pizzarro, defeated them.

Answer:

Inca

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american empires 250
American Empires 250
  • This American Empire, located on and around the Yucatan Peninsula, was the first great American empire which was made up of independent city-states.

Answer:

Maya

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american empires 500
American Empires 500
  • This American Empire, located in modern day central Mexico, had its capitol built on a swampy lake and lasted for about 150 years before Cortez and the Spaniards defeated it.

Answer:

Aztec

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american empires 1000
American Empires 1000
  • These two American Empires used terraces to farm on hills and mountains

Answer:

Inca/Maya

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american empires 1500
American Empires 1500
  • The “Triangle Trade” and “Columbian Exchange” are terms used to describe the movement of goods between Western Europe, West Africa, and …

Answer:

The Americas

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islam 100
Islam 100
  • This is the peninsula where the Islamic religion began.

Answer:

Arabian Peninsula

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islam 250
Islam 250
  • Salat states that there is no God but Allah and this person is his prophet.

Answer:

Mohammed

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islam 500
Islam 500
  • These form the basic ideals of Islamic religious practices.

Answer:

Five Pillars

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islam 1000
Islam 1000
  • These are the two holy books of Islam that share the message of Allah as delivered to Mohammed and the customs and traditions of Mohammed and his early followers.

Answer:

Qur’an, Sunna

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islam 1500
Islam 1500
  • The Muslims considered Christians and Jews to be this, therefore they treated them with respect.

Answer:

People of the book

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islam 2000
Islam 2000
  • Islam originally spread through conquest (war) but later, specifically is West Africa and the east African coast, it spread by this.

Answer:

Trade

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rome byzantine 100
Rome/ Byzantine100
  • This body of water was called the Roman Lake because the Romans controlled all of it.

Answer:

Mediterranean Sea

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rome byzantine 250
Rome/ Byzantine250
  • He was the first Roman Emperor to accept Christianity.

Answer:

Constantine

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rome byzantine 500
Rome/ Byzantine500
  • The Roman Empire grew so large that this became a problem and largest cause of their fall.

Answer:

Barbarian invasion, rebellion

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rome byzantine 1000
Rome/ Byzantine1000
  • This was the official name of the Eastern Roman Empire with its capitol in Constantinople.

Answer:

Byzantine

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rome byzantine 1500
Rome/ Byzantine1500
  • This Roman Emperor moved his capitol to the east in an effort to save the Empire from destruction… it worked for the east but not the west.

Answer:

Constantine

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rome byzantine 2000
Rome/ Byzantine2000
  • This idea from the Romans is the term which led to our modern government-where we vote for people to REPRESENT us in government

Answer:

Republic

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rome byzantine 2500
Rome/ Byzantine2500
  • This idea from the Greeks is the term where every free man can VOTE on government policies

Answer:

Democracy

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africa 100
Africa 100
  • These three Empires all were centered around where the Niger river meets the shore of the Sahara desert (sahel)

Answer:

Ghana, Mali, Songhai

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africa 250
Africa 250
  • Ghana, Mali, and Songhai controlled the trade in these two important goods.

Answer:

Salt, Gold

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africa 500
Africa 500
  • This monotheistic religion eventually became dominant in West Africa because of trade.

Answer:

Islam

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geography 100
Geography 100
  • These empires, from north to south, were in the Americas.

Answer:

Aztec

Maya

Inca

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geography 250
Geography 250
  • This empire stretched from Spain in the west, across northern Africa, through south-west Asia into India, and north into Turkey.

Answer:

Muslim/Islamic Empire

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geography 500
Geography 500
  • This empire stretched from China to Poland and down into the Islamic Empire.

Answer:

Mongols

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geography 1000
Geography 1000
  • I traveled with my father and uncle along the silk road and traded in China. When I got back I wrote a book that inspired Columbus.

Answer:

Marco Polo

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geography 1500
Geography 1500
  • After the Age of Exploration, this major European country controlled most of South America and this second country controlled the second largest chunk.

Say them in order!

answer:

Spain; Portugal

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geography 2000
Geography 2000
  • On the Arabian peninsula, cities developed here because the rest was desert.

Answer:

Oasis's/water

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religions 100
Religions 100

Name the religion:

  • Founders: Abraham, Moses
  • Holy books: Torah, Talmud
  • Followers called: Jews

Answer:

Judaism

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religions 250
Religions 250

Name the religion:

  • Founders: Jesus, Peter, Paul
  • Holy books: Old Testament, New Testament (Bible)
  • Followers called: Christians

Answer:

Christianity

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religions 500
Religions 500

Name the religion:

  • Founders: Mohammed, Abu Bakr, Ali
  • Holy books: Quran, Sunna
  • Followers called: Muslims

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Answer:

Islam

religions 1000
Religions 1000

Name the religion:

  • Founders: Luther, Calvin, Henry VIII
  • Holy books: Old Testament and New Testament (Bible)
  • Followers called: Protestants

Answer:

Protestantism

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religions 1500
Religions 1500
  • These were caused by Muslims attacking Christian pilgrims and the Byzantine Empire
  • Their long term result: increased trade and contact between Europe and the Middle East

Answer:

Crusades

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religions 2000
Religions 2000
  • Why did all of the following happen?
    • Council of Trent
    • Inquisition
    • Counter –Reformation

Answer:

To stop the Protestants

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technology 100
Technology 100
  • The Astrolabe, Compass, and Caravel all were inventions during the _____________.

Answer:

Age of Exploration

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technology 250
Technology 250
  • These allowed soldiers to travel quickly, helped merchants trade, and connected parts of the Roman Empire

Answer:

Roads

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technology 500
Technology 500
  • This major invention allowed the ideas of the Renaissance, Reformation, Age of Exploration, and Scientific Revolution to grow exponentially!

Answer:

Printing Press

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technology 1000
Technology 1000
  • Before AD 1500 these two empires/countries were most advanced with technology and innovation

Answer:

China/Islam

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technology 1500
Technology 1500
  • This invention allowed travelers to know their way even with cloudy skies.

Answer:

Compass

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technology 2000
Technology 2000
  • This was first used in fireworks for entertainment…then in fireworks to scare your enemy… then in balls that exploded killing your enemy… then in cannons to throw those balls far… then in guns to kill your enemy with small pellets…

Answer:

Gunpowder

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middle feudal ages 100
Middle (Feudal) Ages 100
  • William of Normandy became known as “William the Conqueror” after he invaded England in ... (year)

Answer:

1066

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middle feudal ages 200
Middle (Feudal) Ages 200
  • When was King John of England forced to sign the Magna Carta (a document that started to give YOU your individual rights!)?

Answer:

1215

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middle feudal ages 300
Middle (Feudal) Ages 300
  • During the medieval times, which of these groups was legally tied to the land?

Answer:

serfs

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middle feudal ages 400
Middle (Feudal) Ages 400
  • When did Constantinople, the capitol of the Byzantine Empire, fall to the Ottoman Turks (Muslims)?

Answer:

1453

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middle feudal ages 500
Middle (Feudal) Ages 500
  • This is the system of government set up by William the Conqueror in England where Lords provide protection to their vassals in return for military service

Answer:

Feudalism

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middle feudal ages 1000
Middle (Feudal) Ages 1000
  • This king of the Franks, helped the Pope and in return was crowned the Emperor of the new Holy Roman Empire… but the Church won… they crowned him.

Answer:

Charlemagne

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middle feudal ages 1500
Middle (Feudal) Ages 1500
  • After the fall of Rome books in Europe were found mostly in-

Answer:

Monasteries

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middle feudal ages 2000
Middle (Feudal) Ages 2000
  • What authority did the Catholic Church have over people in medieval Europe?

Answer:

All power…

It was deeply involved in nearly every aspect of life

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geog 2 100
Geog #2 100
  • This empire stretched from China to Poland and down into the Islamic Empire.

Answer:

Mongol

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geog 2 500
Geog #2 500
  • After the Age of Exploration, this major European country controlled most of South America and this second country controlled the second largest chunk. Choose them in order!

Answer:

Spain, Portugal

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geog 2 1000
Geog #2 1000
  • On the Arabian Peninsula, cities developed here because the rest was desert

Answer:

oases

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geog 2 1500
Geog #2 1500
  • These two American Empires used terraces to farm on hills and mountains

Answer:

Inca, Maya

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geog 2 2000
Geog #2 2000
  • This is Japan’s best defense

Answer:

Island

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draw the world 100
Draw the World100
  • “Spain, Italy, Greece; Black Sea, Turkey…” is a saying used to help remember the lay of the land in…

Answer:

Mediterranean Sea

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draw the world 500
Draw the World500
  • “Ski boot, shark tooth, Pham (south-east Asia)” is a saying used to help remember the lay of the land in…

Answer:

Southern Asia

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draw the world 1000
Draw the World1000
  • “Skinny Panama, small hump, Yucatan…” is a saying used to help remember the lay of the land in…

Answer:

Central America

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draw the world 1500
Draw the World1500
  • “Large oval, 4 big islands + 1 island, New Zealand” is a saying used to help remember the lay of the land in…

Answer:

Oceana

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draw the world 2000
Draw the World2000
  • Relative location allows a person to locate where something is…

Answer:

In relation to other places

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