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1 Persepolis Jeopardy World Literature, Spring 2013

2 Categories Persuasive Vocab Part I A Part I B Part II A Part II B Part II C Tech

3 Persuasive Techniques 100 Identify the persuasive technique that best matches the following scenario: I used Fat Blaster Z and I lost 20 pounds in 2 weeks!

4 Persuasive Techniques 100 Ethos Back to Categories

5 Persuasive Techniques 200 Identify the propaganda technique that best matches the following scenario: I used Fat Blaster Z and I lost 20 pounds in 2 weeks!

6 Persuasive Techniques 200 Testimonial Back to Categories

7 Persuasive Techniques 300 Identify the persuasive technique that best matches the following scenario: The Highland Animal Shelter will close and be forced to euthanize the kittens and puppies currently living there without your donations.

8 Persuasive Techniques 300 Pathos Back to Categories

9 Persuasive Techniques 400 Identify the propaganda technique that best matches the following scenario: Zippy Remote Control Cars zoom around the living room at lightning fast speeds! These cool cars make for epic races.

10 Persuasive Techniques 400 Loaded Words Back to Categories

11 Persuasive Techniques 500 Which persuasive technique (ethos, logos, pathos) does NOT match the following scenario? 73% of people already support Jane Smith for election over the incumbent Senator Bob Taylor. Senator Taylor supported raising our schools class sizes and lowering the budget for technology. As Senator, Jane Smith would support hiring more teachers, reducing class size, and getting technology in every classroom. Shouldnt you support a winner for senator?

12 Persuasive Techniques 500 Tricked you! All THREE techniques are used! Back to Categories

13 Persuasive Techniques 600 Which propaganda technique (Testimonial, Bandwagon, Loaded Words, Card-stacking) does NOT match the following scenario? 73% of people already support Jane Smith for election over the incumbent Senator Bob Taylor. Senator Taylor supported raising our schools class sizes and lowering the budget for technology. As Senator, Jane Smith would support hiring more teachers, reducing class size, and getting technology in every classroom. Shouldnt you support a winner for senator?

14 Persuasive Techniques 600 Testimonial Back to Categories

15 Vocabulary 100 the state of being set or place apart; detach or separate so as to be alone.

16 Vocabulary 100 Isolation Back to Categories

17 Vocabulary 200 people with an extreme and uncritical enthusiasm or zeal, as in religion or politics.

18 Vocabulary 200 Fanatics Back to Categories

19 Vocabulary 300 moral degeneration or decay; turpitude. unrestrained or excessive self-indulgence.

20 Vocabulary 300 Decadence Back to Categories

21 Vocabulary 400 a government in power.

22 Vocabulary 400 Regime Back to Categories

23 Persepolis Part I, A 100 In The Water Cell what explanation does her father give her for how their current king attained his position?

24 Persepolis Part I, A 100 – The British chose the king. Back to Categories

25 Persepolis Part I, A 200 In The Letter, what are the reasons Marjane feels shame?

26 Persepolis Part I, A 200 – Because she was born into a high social class. – Because her family has a maid. – Because her family has money. Back to Categories

27 Persepolis Part I, A 300 In The Letter, what are the reasons Meri has to work?

28 Persepolis Part I, A 300 Because her family is poor. Because her family is large. Because her family is from a low social class. Back to Categories

29 Persepolis Part I, A 400 Where does the Shah go when he is forced to leave? Why?

30 Persepolis Part I, A 400 To Egypt because the Shah and Anwar Al- Sadat were friends and both betrayed their countries by making a pact with Israel. Back to Categories

31 Persepolis Part I, A 500 In Moscow, what made Marjane the happiest?

32 Persepolis Part I, A 500 That her family was full of political prisoners Back to Categories

33 Persepolis Part I, A 600 How did closing the US embassy affect Marjane?

34 Persepolis Part I, A 600 She couldnt get a travel visa to visit Kava. Back to Categories

35 Persepolis Part I, B 100 After Iraq bombed Tehran, how did Iran retaliate?

36 Persepolis Part I, B 100 They released military prisoners who agreed to go on a suicide run against Iraq. Back to Categories

37 Persepolis Part I, B 200 In The Jewels, what did Marjanes father desperately need?

38 Persepolis Part I, B 200 Gasoline Back to Categories

39 Persepolis Part I, B 300 In The Wine, why did Marjanes mother black out the windows?

40 Persepolis Part I, B 300 To protect against broken glass. To protect against the neighbors seeing in. Back to Categories

41 Persepolis Part I, B 400 In The Cigarette, it is reported that how many people die in the war?

42 Persepolis Part I, B 400 One Million Back to Categories

43 Persepolis Part I, B 500 In The Shabbat, why did the Baba-Levys decide to stay in Iran?

44 Persepolis Part I, B 500 Because their family had lived in Iran for 3 thousand years Back to Categories

45 Persepolis Part I, B 600 After Marjane says goodbye to get on the plane, she looks back at her parents one last time. How does Marjanes mother react?

46 Persepolis Part I, B 600 Her mother is devastated, seems to have fainted. Back to Categories

47 Persepolis Part II, A 100 Houshange, Zozos husband lived and worked in both Iran and in Austria. What were his jobs?

48 Persepolis Part II, A 100 In Iran he was a CEO and in Austria he was unemployed Back to Categories

49 Persepolis Part II, A 200 In The Soup, what amazed Marjane about the grocery store?

50 Persepolis Part II, A 200 The store is so full of stuff Back to Categories

51 Persepolis Part II, A 300 In Pasta, how did Marjanes parents know that the nuns had lied?

52 Persepolis Part II, A 300 – Because they knew Marjane hates fruit yogurt. Back to Categories

53 Persepolis Part II, A 400 How does Marjane compare Armelle to her own mother?

54 Persepolis Part II, A 400 – Marjanes mother was extremely strict while Armelle lacked authority. Back to Categories

55 Persepolis Part II, A 500 What is the difference between Julie's party and Iranian parties?

56 Persepolis Part II, A 500 People were more animated at Iranian parties Back to Categories

57 Persepolis Part II, A 600 In The Vegetable, what were the reasons Marjane was so upset?

58 Persepolis Part II, A 600 – The girls at the café spoke badly about her accent. – The girls at the café spoke badly about her knowledge of the war. – The girls at the café spoke badly about her parents. Back to Categories

59 Persepolis Part II, B 100 What are the reasons Uncle Massoud is depressed?

60 Persepolis Part II, B 100 – Because Iranians used to be treated with respect in Europe since their country was rich. – Because he had a good job in Iran. – Because people think he is a Turk. Back to Categories

61 Persepolis Part II, B 200 What argument was the beginning of the end of Marjane and Markus relationship?

62 Persepolis Part II, B 200 An argument about politics Back to Categories

63 Persepolis Part II, B 300 What was Marjanes reaction to missing her train?

64 Persepolis Part II, B 300 She thought it was destiny. Back to Categories

65 Persepolis Part II, B 400 What were the things Marjanes family did while she lived on the street?

66 Persepolis Part II, B 400 – Her Uncle Massoud came to look for her. – Her parents called Zozo 10 times. – Her parents applied for visas. Back to Categories

67 Persepolis Part II, B 500 What were the differences that Marjane had to adjust to when she returned to Iran?

68 Persepolis Part II, B 500 – Being called sister by representatives of the law. – Her parents had kept her too small furniture and given away her tapes. – Most of the streets had been renamed after martyrs. Back to Categories

69 Persepolis Part II, B 600 In The Joke, what did Marjane learn after visiting Kia?

70 Persepolis Part II, B 600 There comes a point in misery that the only way to deal with the pain is to laugh Back to Categories

71 Persepolis Part II, C 100 In The Exam, how does Marjane handle her interview?

72 Persepolis Part II, C 100 She was honest about her religion Back to Categories

73 Persepolis Part II, C 200 What were the reasons Marjanes grandmother was upset with her?

74 Persepolis Part II, C 200 – Because Marjane thought it was funny. – Because Marjane had lied. – Because Marjane was responsible for the pain of others. Back to Categories

75 Persepolis Part II, C 300 How did Marjanes father really feel about the wedding?

76 Persepolis Part II, C 300 He thought it was a terrible mistake Back to Categories

77 Persepolis Part II, C 400 Name the three Iranian wedding traditions identified in the text.

78 Persepolis Part II, C 400 – A happily married woman must rub sugar loaves above the newlyweds heads. – The newlyweds must dip their fingers in honey and feed their new partner the honey. – They must sit before the Mullah. Back to Categories

79 Persepolis Part II, C 500 What were the reasons the Europeans reaction to the war was so funny to Marjane and her father?

80 Persepolis Part II, C 500 – Because they were acting just like the Iranians did when they were first at war. – Because the Europeans didnt take the Iranian war seriously. – Because Marjane and her father had survived similar situations. Back to Categories

81 Persepolis Part II, C 600 In The End, what were the reasons the major refused the project?

82 Persepolis Part II, C 600 – It had women wearing pants. – The government didnt care about mythology. – The government wanted religious symbols. Back to Categories


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