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  1. JEOPARDY! Click Once to Begin Social Studies Edition

  2. JEOPARDY! Maps & Skills 6 Themes & App Shanghai Zones – Time & China Rivers & Capitals Mountains 100 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500 500

  3. 1/100 – What are the names of the x-axis and y-axis on the world grid?

  4. 1/200 - The map scale tells you 5cm = 3000km. Shanghai is 20 cm away from Washington DC. How Far is Shanghai from Washington DC?

  5. 1/300 –Name and define the three main types of maps, explaining why each is useful to us

  6. 1/400 - Draw a compass rose and label the 4 cardinal directions as well as the 4 intermediate directions

  7. 1/500 – Name and define all 5 map components, explaining why each is important to understanding maps.

  8. 2/100 – What is Mr. L’s favorite theme? Why?

  9. 2/200 – Identify this theme: People choose where to live based on where they can find the natural resources they need. Justify your answer.

  10. 2/300 – Identify this theme: Even though the costs were high, the Chinese decided to build the largest dam in the world. Justify your answer.

  11. 2/400 – How will understanding the 6 themes of Social Studies help you to be successful?

  12. 2/500 – Name all of the 6 themes of Social Studies and give each of their definitions.

  13. 3/100: Shanghai is known for having the busiest _____ in the world.

  14. Daily Double!!! 3/200 – How did Pudong and Puxi get their names?

  15. 3/300 – How many districts make up Shanghai? Is Puxi one of them? Explain.

  16. 3/400 – Compare and Contrast Pudong & Puxi: Give 2 similarities and 2 differences

  17. 3/500 – Name the three natural features that make Shanghai a great place to build a city. How did these features help make Shanghai so successful?

  18. 4/100 – What type of zone is Beijing?

  19. 4/200 – How does the Int’l Date Line work? At about how many degrees of longitude is it located?

  20. Daily Double!!! 4/300 – Why do we have time zones? (2 part answer)

  21. 4/400 – You want to call your friend at the Olympics in London, but there is an 8-hr time difference. If it is 7am on Tuesday here, what time/day is it there?

  22. 4/500 – Name and describe all of the different zones of China

  23. 5/100 –A permanent wall built to keep the river in its place is called a ________.

  24. 5/200 – Describe four of the effects of major flooding of the Yangtze or Yellow Rivers (ex: 1998)

  25. 5/300 – What are the capitals of China’s 5 autonomous regions: Guangxi, Ningxia, Xinjiang, Tibet & Inner Mongolia?

  26. 5/400 – Locate the provinces & name the capitals of Henan, Hunan, Hebei & Hubei

  27. 5/500 – What are 3 reasons that the Three Gorges Dam was built? Describe 3 of the costs of building the largest dam in the world.

  28. 6/100 – Name the high, flat area that is the source of both the Yellow and Yangtze Rivers.

  29. 6/200 – Define terracing. What is the biggest danger to terracing in the mountains?

  30. 6/300 – How do mountains act as barriers? What are 3 ways that people have overcome those barriers?

  31. 6/400 – Name and describe 4 ways that mountains are resources for people.

  32. 6/500 – Who were the first people to successfully climb Mt. Everest? What are four of the dangers of mountain climbing?