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1 Welcome to Jeopardy

2 New Deal to Cold War Jeopardy


4 Credits Winners 1st Hour: Matthew, Tia, Diamond, Desiree, Ronjanae (4300 pts.) Winners 5th Hour: Deborah, Diamond, Diamond, Zoe, Mia (4000 pts.) Winners 6th Hour: Marcus, Kylie, Dalisheana, Teniya, Marquita (5400 pts.) Winners 7th Hour: Day, Jalen, Nataya, Lena, Brentni, Ashley (5700 pts.) Championship to be determined by Friday’s Quiz Total Points = Points from Competition + Total Points on Quiz as a group.

5 Let’s Get Started!

6 JEOPARDY RULES All topics will be on your Weekly Quiz this Friday 12/16/12 Each team of no more than 4 people will take turns answering questions. If a team answers incorrectly, the next team gets the chance to answer. If a team answers 4 consecutive times, the next team automatically gets a turn. Team members will not be able to work together to get an answer, but each team member must take turns answering. The team answering has approximately 5 seconds to answer after the question is read. To enter the Team’s Score click on the SCORE box to return to the Scoreboard. The teacher is the final authority on all matters and has the power to add or remove points at will!

7 Final Jeopardy Round 1 Group 5 Group 6 Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 Group 4

8 JEOPARDY Scores Industrial Age Philosophies Totalitarianism German Invasion Postwar Postwar and Challenge

9 Final Jeopardy

10 Final Jeopardy Category:
Third Estate

11 Why did the people of the Third Estate Revolt?
The First and Second Estate in France were comprised of Nobility and could outvote the Third Estate and set the rules as well as levy the taxes without consent, but once the Third Estate started gaining economic power, it still did not have any say-so, leading to revolution. Scores

12 100 Which country started the process of Industrialization first?
United States or Britain 100 Britain Scores Return

13 Name at least 1 characteristic that most major cities have in common…
200 Access to waterways Scores Return

14 Investing in machines to do the work of humans
What was one of the causes of Industrialization? 300 Investing in machines to do the work of humans Scores Return

15 Effect--______________ or population shift to cities
Cause--Industrialization Effect--______________ or population shift to cities 400 Scores Urbanization Return

16 Forbade engineers, mechanics, and toolmakers from leaving the country.
What did Britain do in order to keep industrial secrets from the United States? 500 Forbade engineers, mechanics, and toolmakers from leaving the country. Scores Return

17 Who created the Heliocentric theory?
100 Scores Copernicus Return

18 Believers in this philosophy thought that industry didn’t need any help to regulate itself. The prices would adjust to demand and the working conditions shouldn’t be changed by the government. Hint: “the Invisible Hand” theory 200 Scores Laissez-faire Policy Return

19 Believers in the laissez-faire policy thought that workers would automatically seek labor reforms through voluntary organizations like … a. Unions b. Strikes c. Collective bargaining d. Utilitarianism 300 A Scores Return

20 These were people who tried to provide reasoning for the laws and government actions through developing philosophies. a. officials b. philosophes c. Miguel Hidalgo d. Glasgow 400 B Scores Return

21 500 B The “slogan of revolution” included all of the following except…
a. brotherhood b. justice c. liberty d. equality 500 B Scores Return

22 Why was the decision to allow Hitler to annex the Sudetenland not good?
It allowed Hitler to gain confidence to expand even further. b. The Sudetenland was unpopulated. c. Most people believed all German-speaking people should be united in one country. d. The Sudetenland government had invaded Czechoslovakia. 100 A Scores Return

23 200 C Which event led to the start of WWI? a. Invasion of Poland
b. Imperialism c. The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand d. The assassination of Miguel Hildalgo 200 C Scores Return

24 Axis Powers and Allied Powers Which group won? (200 bonus) 300
During World War II which two groups of countries formed alliances? Axis Powers and Allied Powers Which group won? (200 bonus) 300 Scores Return

25 400 A Nationalism was a force that a. All are correct
b. Tore apart centuries-old empires c. Was opposed by conservatives d. Gave rise to the Nation-State concept 400 A Scores Return

26 500 C How did Adolf Hitler build support for Nazi antisemitism?
a. by blaming Aryans for economic woes and appealing to injured German pride b. by widely publicizing the operation of extermination camps c. by blaming Jews for economic woes and appealing to injured German pride d. by conquering several European countries 500 Scores C Return

27 Who wrote an early gothic horror story about a monster created from corpses?
a. Ludwig Von Frankenstein b. Mary Shelley c. Miguel Hildalgo d. Giuseppe Garibaldi 100 B Scores Return

28 200 B Who lead the expansion of Prussia in the 1860’s?
a. King Victor Emmanuel II b. Otto von Bismarck c. Frederick William IV d. King Louis XV 200 Scores B Return

29 Click on the link below to get access to your rapid fire challenge (each is worth 100 pts.):
300 Scores Return

30 400 C During the reign of terror, who was safe from the guillotine?
a. Revolutionary leaders b. Nobility c. No one d. French C Scores 400 Return

31 The foreign policy that aimed to stop communism from spreading was called
a. the Iron Curtain. b. containment. c. the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade. d. the International Monetary Fund. 500 Scores B Return

32 The idea of Direct Democracy (the people make the laws and there are no representatives) was explained in a reading called… 100 Scores The Social Contract Return

33 Which of the following helped to spread enlightenment thinking by philosophers?
a. Government agencies b. the State Department c. The Third Estate d. Salons 200 Scores D Return

34 300 C Which of the following helped keep employment high?
a. Automakers were awarded lucrative defense contracts. b. Urbanization c. Industrialization d. Poor people willing to work in only the best conditions 300 C Scores Return

35 400 B The Philosophes used reason to address which of the following:
a. Taxes b. Social Issues c. Abusive Rulers d. Interest Rates 400 B Scores Return

36 500 A What did the wealthy do to increase agricultural production?
a. Invest in machines to complete more work b. Invest in more raw materials c. Develop a stronger labor force d. Reduced its production by 50% 500 A Scores Return

37 100 D Who developed the polio vaccine? a. John Kenneth Galbraith
b. Marie Curie c. Albert Einstein d. Jonas Salk 100 D Scores Return

38 Which statements describe particular attitudes toward the arms race?
a. The United States must keep the lead in building its military. b. Britain was key to U.S. global economic dominance. c. Superior nuclear capability would ensure total victory in the next war. d. No additional countries fell to Communist aggression. 200 A & C Scores Return

39 The largest increase in birth rate occurred during which time period?
a. shortly after World War II b. before World War II--1939 c. shortly before and after 1950 d. at the end of the 1950s A Scores 300 Return

40 D 400 The Philosophes influenced Catherine the Great’s …
Architectural plans for her palace Military campaign against Poland Diplomatic relations with France Proposal on reforms to Russia’s laws D Scores 400 Return

41 Study the political cartoon and answer the question
Study the political cartoon and answer the question. Considering that this political cartoon was published in 1947, it most likely was intended to show support for which of the following policies? a. the Marshall Plan b. containment c. the Iron Curtain d. the founding of NATO 500 A Scores Return

42 Daily Double To Question

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