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Jeopardy

Jeopardy

Jeopardy People/Groups Acts/Events Battles Independence Hodgepodge Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $200 Q $200 Q $200 Q $200 Q $200 Q $300 Q $300 Q $300 Q $300 Q $300 Q $400 Q $400 Q $400 Q $400 Q $400 Q $500 Q $500 Q $500 Q $500 Q $500 Final Jeopardy

By adamdaniel
(362 views)

Coffee

Coffee

Coffee Zuzana Mišovie Martina Ehrenbergerová Abstract Abstract History of coffee What is coffee? Caffeine The End opening History of coffee

By Mercy
(687 views)

French and Indian War

French and Indian War

French and Indian War Early Grievances Stamp Act 1765 More Taxes Boston Tea Party and Reaction The fighting begins Stamp Act 1765 French and Indian War Boston Tea Party and Reaction The fighting begins Early Grievances More Taxes $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200

By Mia_John
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The Boston Tea Party by Blake Steffens

The Boston Tea Party by Blake Steffens

The Boston Tea Party by Blake Steffens

By sandra_john
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Democracy: American and French Revolutions Theme: The effect of Enlightenment ideas on government and society

Democracy: American and French Revolutions Theme: The effect of Enlightenment ideas on government and society

Democracy: American and French Revolutions Theme: The effect of Enlightenment ideas on government and society. Lesson 10. Enlightenment (Where we left off on Lesson 4). Abbé Delille recites a poem in the salon of Madame Geoffrin, site of many gatherings of the Enlightenment philosophes.

By elina
(685 views)

By Cadet C. Wilson

By Cadet C. Wilson

Boston Tea Party. By Cadet C. Wilson.

By arleen
(265 views)

Chapter 7

Chapter 7

Chapter 7. Political Participation and Voting: Expressing the Popular Will. 7-2. Walter Lippmann. We are concerned in public affairs, but immersed in our private ones. 7-3. Voter Participation. Suffrage Factors in Voter Turnout: The United States in Comparative Perspective

By bernad
(232 views)

The Founding Period: Writing of the US Constitution

The Founding Period: Writing of the US Constitution

The Founding Period: Writing of the US Constitution. The Origins of a New Nation. Colonists came to the New World during the 1600s for a variety of reasons including: to escape religious persecution find plentiful land and to seek a new start in life.

By Pat_Xavi
(296 views)

Causes of the American Revolution 1763 - 1775

Causes of the American Revolution 1763 - 1775

Causes of the American Revolution 1763 - 1775. Pontiac’s War - 1763. After 1760 – English settlers moved west Lord Jeffrey Amherst sent to frontier Amherst raised the price of trade goods Amherst allowed settlers to build farms and forts on Indian land. Pontiac’s War - 1763.

By adamdaniel
(998 views)

Revolution and Articles

Revolution and Articles

Revolution and Articles. VUS.4.a John Locke and Common Sense VUS.4.b Colonists differ about separation VUS.4.c Revolutionary War victory VUS.5.a Articles of Confederation. John Locke. Enlightenment thinker All are free , equal in natural rights to life liberty Property

By Rita
(205 views)

Republic of India

Republic of India

Republic of India. 8/15/1947- Day of Independence 1/26/1950- Republic Day. Preamble to the Constitution

By JasminFlorian
(225 views)

Chronology from Columbus (1492) to the Plains Indian Wars (1890)

Chronology from Columbus (1492) to the Plains Indian Wars (1890)

Chronology from Columbus (1492) to the Plains Indian Wars (1890). Timeline Self-Test

By arleen
(354 views)

Chapter Two: The Growth of Public Relations

Chapter Two: The Growth of Public Relations

Chapter Two: The Growth of Public Relations. A snapshot of the field today . Public relations is a 20 th -century phenomenon, barely 100 years old. In the 21 st century, the field is evolving and improving every day. Today, most new professionals possess superior intellect and experience. .

By betty_james
(697 views)

Democracy: American and French Revolutions Theme: The effect of Enlightenment ideas on government and society

Democracy: American and French Revolutions Theme: The effect of Enlightenment ideas on government and society

Democracy: American and French Revolutions Theme: The effect of Enlightenment ideas on government and society. Lesson 10. Enlightenment (Where we left off on Lesson 4). Abbé Delille recites a poem in the salon of Madame Geoffrin, site of many gatherings of the Enlightenment philosophes.

By omer
(177 views)

American Revolution

American Revolution

American Revolution. American Discontent. The 13 Colonies Boston, New York, & Philadelphia Britain wanted the colonies to pay taxes Colonists cried “No Taxation, Without Representation”. American Discontent. Violence Boston Massacre – British soldiers killed 5 protesters

By raine
(164 views)

Rationalism (1750-1800): The American Revolution

Rationalism (1750-1800): The American Revolution

Rationalism (1750-1800): The American Revolution . Fran Bullington. During the Colonial Period, New England was populated primarily by Puritans, but the Mid-Atlantic and the South saw rapid Growth and the influx of different peoples, religions, and ways of life. .

By blaise
(539 views)

American Revolution April 19, 1775-September 3, 1783

American Revolution April 19, 1775-September 3, 1783

American Revolution April 19, 1775-September 3, 1783. Causes of the American Revolution. Proclamation of 1763. In 1763, Parliament issued the Proclamation of 1763, which ordered colonists not to settle west of the Appalachian Mountains.

By hop
(715 views)

Earl Grey and The Boston Tea Party

Earl Grey and The Boston Tea Party

Earl Grey and The Boston Tea Party. Present The Entourage. Team Members. Casey Gold Ellen Prommersberger Nathan Winder Steven Anderson Tom Monikowski. Ellen. Purpose. Ease tedium of stop-and-go traffic Improve safety of rush hour driving. Ellen. Objectives.

By eli
(164 views)

VERB JEOPARDY! Created by Heather Beaman – Hadley Jr. High, Glen Ellyn, Illinois

VERB JEOPARDY! Created by Heather Beaman – Hadley Jr. High, Glen Ellyn, Illinois

VERB JEOPARDY! Created by Heather Beaman – Hadley Jr. High, Glen Ellyn, Illinois. Action Verbs - 100. King George decided to punish Boston for the “Boston Tea Party.”. Action Verbs - 200. The city told the king they were sorry. Action Verbs - 300.

By fabienne
(237 views)

The Revolutionary War Resource Unit

The Revolutionary War Resource Unit

The Revolutionary War Resource Unit. Heather Borchers Crystal Brooks Chiara Brown Heather Look. Table of Contents. Introduction Content Objectives Activities Evaluation Instructional Resources. Introduction. General Theme

By svein
(121 views)

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