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  1. Who wants to be a Millionaire? Primary and Secondary Sources

  2. MILLIONAIRE SCOREBOARD $500 $600 $500 $500 $600 $500 $600 $100 $600 $100 $600 $100 $500 $100 Click the $ for questions $100

  3. Which of the following is an example of a primary source? • A:Your yearbook picture • B:Your mom telling your dad about your school picture • C:Astory about your yearbook that you wrote • D:You writing your interpretation of your brother’s science fair project. Click on the letter of the correct answer $100 Question

  4. INCORRECT! TRY AGAIN!

  5. Correct! SCORE $100 Click on the money bag to return to the scoreboard

  6. A:America: History of our Nation • B:NASA Report: Discovery of Another Planet. • C:A Photostory about the Battle of Bull Run • D:A Biography of General Charles de Gaulle : "I am France" Which of the following is an example of a primary source? Click on the letter of the correct answer $100 Question

  7. INCORRECT! TRY AGAIN!

  8. Correct! SCORE $100 Click on the money bag to return to the scoreboard

  9. Which of the following is an example of a secondary source? • A:The Declaration of independence • B:Common Sense • C:Henry Ford • D:Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I have a Dream” speech Click on the letter of the correct answer $100 Question

  10. INCORRECT! TRY AGAIN!

  11. Correct! SCORE $100 Click on the money bag to return to the scoreboard

  12. A:Barack Obama’s “Yes we Can” speech • B:My Life by Golda Meir • C:Going Rogue a memoir by Sarah Palin • D:History of Stephen Foster Middle School Which of the following is an example of a secondary source? Click on the letter of the correct answer $100 Question

  13. INCORRECT! TRY AGAIN!

  14. Correct! SCORE $100 Click on the money bag to return to the scoreboard

  15. $1000 Question • A:Understanding Shakespeare’s Works • B:D-Day: An Eyewitness Account • C:The Paintings of Picasso • D:Ancient Mesopotamia Which of these book titles is most likely an example of a primary source? Click on the letter of the correct answer $100 Question

  16. INCORRECT! TRY AGAIN!

  17. Correct! SCORE $100 Click on the money bag to return to the scoreboard

  18. Which volume and page tell where to find out about rock’s effect on country music? $2000 Question • A:3:273 • B:2:302 • C:6:612 • D:15:1121 Small Steps Click on the letter of the correct answer $500 Question

  19. INCORRECT! TRY AGAIN!

  20. Correct! SCORE $500 Click on the money bag to return to the scoreboard

  21. $4000 Question • A:The types of guitars used in rock music. • B:The use of computer synthesizers in rock music. • C:the connection between rock and jazz. • D:the names of popular rock and roll singers. Which of these topics is most likely discussed in volume 3 on page 43? Click on the letter of the correct answer $500 Question

  22. INCORRECT! TRY AGAIN!

  23. Correct! SCORE $500 Click on the money bag to return to the scoreboard

  24. $8000 Question • A:Zimbabwe’s Gross Domestic Product last year. • B:a biography of inventor Thomas Alva Edison • C:An explanation of the causes of the Russian Revolution of 1917 • D:a discussion of the economic importance of the Turner Turnpike opened in 1953 Which information would most likely be found in a world almanac? $500 Question

  25. INCORRECT! TRY AGAIN!

  26. Correct! SCORE $500 Click on the money bag to return to the scoreboard

  27. $16000 Question • A:Directory of International Labor Unions. • B:Principal Languages of the Modern World. • C:Human Nervous System, Structure and Function. • D:Immigration into the United States by Country of Last Residence. Which heading is least likely to be found in a world almanac? Click on the letter of the correct answer $500 Question

  28. INCORRECT! TRY AGAIN!

  29. Correct! SCORE $500 Click on the money bag to return to the scoreboard

  30. $32000 Question • A:a photograph of riots in a foreign country. • B:recent consumer product safety bulletins. • C:the death of a famous sports personality. • D:arguments between city council members. What piece of information is least likely to be included in a national weekly news magazine? Click on the letter of the correct answer $500 Question

  31. INCORRECT! TRY AGAIN!

  32. Correct! SCORE $500 Click on the money bag to return to the scoreboard

  33. “I'm as sad as an odd sock with no one to wear itas sad as a birthdaywith no one to share it” $64000 Question • A:Simile. • B:Personification. • C:Onomatopoeia. • D:Fiction. This stanza is an example of Click on the letter of the correct answer $600 Question

  34. INCORRECT! TRY AGAIN!

  35. Correct! SCORE $600 Click on the money bag to return to the scoreboard

  36. A:Imagery. • B:Symbolism. • C: Idiom. • D:Hyperbole. $125000 Question “Beat a dead horse” is an example of Click on the letter of the correct answer $600 Question

  37. INCORRECT! TRY AGAIN!

  38. Correct! SCORE $600 Click on the money bag to return to the scoreboard

  39. $250000 Question • A:Simile. • B:Hyperbole. • C:Personification. • D:Metaphor. “Flashing a smile” is an example of Click on the letter of the correct answer $1,000 Question

  40. INCORRECT! TRY AGAIN!

  41. Correct! SCORE $1,000 Click on the money bag to return to the scoreboard

  42. Bid me to weep, and I will weep • While I have eyes to see; • And having none, and yet I will keep • A heart to weep for thee. $500000 Question • A:AABB • B:ABAB • C:ABCD • D:ABBA This stanza is an example of what rhyming scheme? Click on the letter of the correct answer $1,000 Question

  43. INCORRECT! TRY AGAIN!

  44. Correct! SCORE $1,000 Click on the money bag to return to the scoreboard

  45. $1 Million Question • A:Incorrect • B:Incorrect • C:Correct • D:Incorrect What is a word that makes the sound of the action it describes? Spell that word and give an example of it. Click on the letter of the correct answer $2,000 Question

  46. INCORRECT! TRY AGAIN!

  47. Correct! SCORE $2,000