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  1. Ancient China SOL Jeopardy

  2. SOL Jeopardy Contributions Geography Culture Economics Misc 200 200 200 200 200 400 400 400 400 400 600 600 600 600 600 800 800 800 800 800 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000

  3. China is a country on the continent of ___________. A. Africa B. Egypt C. Asia D. North America http://www.enchantedlearning.com/asia/china/

  4. China is a country on the continent of Asia. Use a Smartboard marker to outline the continent of Asia! USA Bonus Jeopardy http://www.mapsofworld.com/china/maps/china-location-map.jpg

  5. You’re too good to catch! Click to record $200 Answer

  6. In the country of China they ______ have seasons to their yearly climate. A. do B. don’t http://www.u.arizona.edu/~jingmei/jiuzaigou01.JPG

  7. In the country of China they do have seasons to their yearly climate. Bonus Jeopardy

  8. You're hammering away now! Click to record $400 Answer

  9. _____________________ are found in China. A. A. forests, hills and mountains, but NOT deserts B. forests, hills, mountains and deserts C. A. only mountains and deserts D. A. none of the above

  10. Forests, hills, mountains and deserts are found in China. The Gobi desert is in China. Bonus Jeopardy http://www.regenttour.com/china/geography/zhangjiajie.jpg

  11. Wow! You’re good! Click to record $600 Answer

  12. Why was the Great Wall built? A. to bury the Emperor B. to protect China C. to be a museum D. to be a home

  13. The Great Wall was built to protect China. Bonus Jeopardy http://www.specialjourneys.com/uploadimages/73Great%20Wall%20of%20China,%20Beijing.jpg

  14. Click to record $800 I don't know how I could have did doubted you! Answer

  15. What is the capital of China? A. Beijing B. Yangtze C. Taiwan D. Richmond http://www.supafamous.com/china/beijing/dscn0290.jpg

  16. The capital of China is Beijing. Bonus Jeopardy http://www.supafamous.com/china/beijing/dscn0290.jpg

  17. Being a genius certaintly has its advantages! Click to record $1000 Answer

  18. The ruler of ancient China was called a (n) _____________. A. Emperor B. Pharaoh C. Dictator D. President http://www.note-music.co.uk/CHINA2004/Emperor.jpg

  19. The ruler of ancient China was called an emperor. Have you seen the movie, The Emperor's New Groove? Bonus Jeopardy http://www.note-music.co.uk/CHINA2004/Emperor.jpg

  20. RIGHT! When you’re RIGHT, you’re RIGHT! Click to record $200 Answer

  21. A mythical animal in China that they believe brings good luck and they make boats to look like is the _________. A. turkey B. dragon C. zebra D. snake http://www.theleslieshow.com/uploaded_images/Dragon%20Boat-704293.JPG

  22. A mythical animal in China that they believe brings good luck and they make boats to look like is the dragon. Bonus Jeopardy

  23. Genuis! That is what it is sheer genius! Click to record $400 Answer

  24. “Gung Hay Fat Choy” means A. Hello B. Chopsticks C. Great Wall of China D. Happy New Year http://www.cardmaster.com/card/Chinese%20New%20Year/Post%20Card/dajia.jpg

  25. “Gung Hay Fat Choy” means Happy New Year Bonus Jeopardy http://www.livingroomtaipei.com/uploads/kidscny.jpg

  26. You just outsmarted me! Click to record $600 Answer

  27. Who was the emperor behind building the Great Wall of China? A. Kublai Khan B. Qin Shi Huangdi C. Qianlong D. Wu Di http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/a/ab/Qinshihuangdi3.jpg

  28. Qin Shi Huangdi was the emperor behind building the Great Wall of China. His name means, “First emperor.” The name of China comes from the emperor’s name Qin (It is pronounced as Chin) Bonus Jeopardy http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/a/ab/Qinshihuangdi3.jpg http://www.specialjourneys.com/uploadimages/73Great%20Wall%20of%20China,%20Beijing.jpg

  29. Brillance Click to record $800 Answer

  30. Chinese people celebrate many festivals and holidays each year. Their biggest celebration of the year is the ___________ that lasts about 2 weeks. A. Chinese New Year B. Kite Festival C. Chinese Old Year D. Dragon Parade http://www.bluejake.com/images03/2002_chinesenewyearparade/images/IMG_0033_jpg.jpg

  31. Chinese people celebrate many festivals and holidays each year. Their biggest celebration of the year is the Chinese New Year that lasts about 2 weeks. Bonus Jeopardy http://www.bluejake.com/images03/2002_chinesenewyearparade/images/IMG_0033_jpg.jpg

  32. Cool! Click to record $1000 Answer

  33. The ancient Chinese people_______. A all of the ones listed B fished C farmed D irrigated the land http://beifan.com/060album/em-rice-seedlings.jpg

  34. The ancient Chinese people did all of the options listed: • Fished • Farmed • Irrigated the land http://beifan.com/060album/em-rice-seedlings.jpg Bonus Jeopardy

  35. You're super good, but can you keep up with me? Click to record $200 Answer

  36. Silk cloth is made from__________________. Below are ties made from silk. A. cotton plants B. lamb’s wool C. the cocoons of silk worms D. . the web of spiders http://www.cashsave.com/treasure/silk/images/401s.jpg

  37. Silk cloth is made from the cocoons of silk worms. Bonus Jeopardy http://www.altadenamall.com/images/silkworms.jpg

  38. You’re bouncing along well! Click to record $400 Answer

  39. The Chinese used ______ in community bartering (trading). A. silk B. Dollars C. Rice D. Metal coins http://www.brawnerart.com/images/watercoloreditorialfull/twig.jpg

  40. Metal coins were used in community bartering (trading). Bonus Jeopardy http://www.thebeijingguide.com/money/chinese_coins.gif http://www.dragon-gate.com/Images/cpics/CO007_c.jpg

  41. Lucky Guess! Click to record $600 Answer

  42. Silk was traded or bartered along which road? A. Interstate 81 B. Silk Route C. Chang road D. Virginia road

  43. Silk was traded or bartered along the Silk Route. Bonus Jeopardy

  44. You are so lucky! Click to record $800 Answer

  45. Who was a famous explorer to China that helped Europe learn more about China? A. Christopher Columbus B. John Cabot C. Marco Polo D. Christopher Newport http://www.parks.it/giardini.botanici.hanbury/foto/Marco.Polo-800.jpeg

  46. Marco Polo was a famous explorer to China that helped Europe learn more about China. Bonus Jeopardy http://www.parks.it/giardini.botanici.hanbury/foto/Marco.Polo-800.jpeg

  47. Your climbing so high! Click to record $1000 Answer

  48. Chinese writing is called __________________. A. hieroglyphics B. alphabet C. calligraphy D. numbers http://www.asianbrushart.com/supplies/chinesecalligraphyboxset.jpg

  49. Chinese writing is called calligraphy. Bonus Jeopardy Picture credits: http://www.chinapage.org/yen20.gif

  50. Marvelous! Click to record $200 Answer