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2 Created by Patrick Dierschke ©2001 your comments your comments Who Wants to be a Millionaire?

3 Created by Patrick Dierschke ©2001 your comments your comments You are about to play, Who Wants to be a Millionaire, the game that makes learning fun! You will be given a question with four possible answers. Click on the letter of the right answer, and you will advance to the next question. If you miss, you will have to start over at question #1. Good Luck!

4 Created by Patrick Dierschke ©2001 your comments your comments If something is ancient, how old is it? Edit questions by triple- clicking on the text of the question, and type the new question. Edit the answers in the same manner. Select the right answer by right- clicking on the letter(A,B,C,D) of the correct answer, select Action Settings from the menu, selectHyperlink to:, click on the down arrow to select Slide…, choose the slide that corresponds to the dollar amount of the question, and click OK, and OK again. Click on the letter of the correct answer. Over 2500 years old Over 100 years old As old as your teacher Over 100 years old $100 Question

5 Created by Patrick Dierschke ©2001 your comments your comments How could you tell if an Athenian citizen skipped the Assembly? Click on the letter of the correct answer. You only have to select a hyperlink for the right answers. Their names were posted They became slaves They went to the gallows Red paint on their clothing $200 Question

6 Created by Patrick Dierschke ©2001 your comments your comments These areas in ancient Greece had governments and armies? Click on the letter of the correct answer. Tyrants City-states Island-states Estates $300 Question

7 Created by Patrick Dierschke ©2001 your comments your comments These people were rich and powerful, and demanded obedience from the people? Click on the letter of the correct answer. Greek gods Orators Tyrants Agoras $500 Question

8 Created by Patrick Dierschke ©2001 your comments your comments Only these people could participate in the Assembly. Click on the letter of the correct answer. Metics Citizens Slaves Women $1,000 Question

9 Created by Patrick Dierschke ©2001 your comments your comments How did the Assembly prevent a speaker from taking too much time? Click on the letter of the correct answer. They used a timer. People would boo. Time did not matter. Throwing rotten fruit $2,000 Question

10 Created by Patrick Dierschke ©2001 your comments your comments How many people sat on the jury for Athenian trials? Click on the letter of the correct answer. 12 Between 501 and 1500 Only one, the judge The entire Assembly $4,000 Question

11 Created by Patrick Dierschke ©2001 your comments your comments This group was selected by lottery for a period of one year. Click on the letter of the correct answer. The tribes Jurors The Assembly The Council of 500 $8,000 Question

12 Created by Patrick Dierschke ©2001 your comments your comments Who was allowed to speak at the Assembly? Click on the letter of the correct answer. Only the Council of 500 Orators Every member People chosen by lottery $16,000 Question

13 Created by Patrick Dierschke ©2001 your comments your comments Another name for Athenian democracy is: Click on the letter of the correct answer. Representative democracy Direct democracy Tyrannical democracy Democracy by decree $32,000 Question

14 Created by Patrick Dierschke ©2001 your comments your comments Which of the following is not one of the pillars of Athenian democracy? Click on the letter of the correct answer. The Assembly Representative democracy The Council of 500 The Court $64,000 Question

15 Created by Patrick Dierschke ©2001 your comments your comments What was the highest value in Athenian democracy? Click on the letter of the correct answer. Leisure time for men Getting rich The common good The Olympics $125,000 Question

16 Created by Patrick Dierschke ©2001 your comments your comments What steps were needed for a man to become a citizen? Click on the letter of the correct answer. Military service, age 20 Must be married Only needed to be male Elected by the Assembly $250,000 Question

17 Created by Patrick Dierschke ©2001 your comments your comments Who was least important in an Athenian household? Click on the letter of the correct answer. Boys Girls Women Slaves $500,000 Question

18 Created by Patrick Dierschke ©2001 your comments your comments Iliad and Odyssey are examples of these. Click on the letter of the correct answer. Social structures Epics Rivalries City-states Million Dollar Question

19 Created by Patrick Dierschke ©2001 your comments your comments $100! You just won You are absolutely right! $100.00

20 Created by Patrick Dierschke ©2001 your comments your comments You just won That is correct! $200! $200.00

21 Created by Patrick Dierschke ©2001 your comments your comments $300! You just won Awesome ! $300.00

22 Created by Patrick Dierschke ©2001 your comments your comments $500!You just won Great Job! You did it! $500.00

23 Created by Patrick Dierschke ©2001 your comments your comments $1,000!You just won Fantastic! $

24 Created by Patrick Dierschke ©2001 your comments your comments $2,000! You just won You are pretty smart! $

25 Created by Patrick Dierschke ©2001 your comments your comments $4,000! You just won Wow! You must have studied! $

26 Created by Patrick Dierschke ©2001 your comments your comments $8,000!You just won Awesome! Halfway to one million dollars! $8000

27 Created by Patrick Dierschke ©2001 your comments your comments $16,000! You just won Super! $

28 Created by Patrick Dierschke ©2001 your comments your comments $32,000!You just won Wonderful! Youve reached the next level! $

29 Created by Patrick Dierschke ©2001 your comments your comments $64,000!You just won You are on your way! Be careful! $

30 Created by Patrick Dierschke ©2001 your comments your comments $125,000! You just won Ive never seen anything like it! $

31 Created by Patrick Dierschke ©2001 your comments your comments $250,000! You just won Fantastic! This is really exciting! $

32 Created by Patrick Dierschke ©2001 your comments your comments $500,000!You just won One right answer to go! $

33 Created by Patrick Dierschke ©2001 your comments your comments Wrong $0 That is not correct. You leave with

34 Created by Patrick Dierschke ©2001 your comments your comments Wrong $1000 That is not correct. You leave with

35 Created by Patrick Dierschke ©2001 your comments your comments Wrong $32,000 That is not correct. You leave with

36 Created by Patrick Dierschke ©2001 your comments your comments You are now a Millionaire! To edit the printcertificate macro: Go to Tools, Macro, Macros. Select printcertificate, click on the edit button. The Visual Basic Editor window will open. Scroll down the script until you see,.ActivePrinter = "HP DeskJet 710C Series. Change the text inside the quotations with the name of your printer (look in the Print menu for the printer name). Go to File, Save. To edit the printcertificate macro: Go to Tools, Macro, Macros. Select printcertificate, click on the edit button. The Visual Basic Editor window will open. Scroll down the script until you see,.ActivePrinter = "HP DeskJet 710C Series. Change the text inside the quotations with the name of your printer (look in the Print menu for the printer name). Go to File, Save. $1,000,000 Press esc to leave program.


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