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History Jeopardy Who Am I? We Declare Picture This Give Me a Region First of its Kind Final Jeopardy
I commanded the Continental Army in the American Revolution Who Am I? | Q for 100
Who Am I? | A for 100 George Washington
Who Am I? | Q for 200 I drafted the Declaration of Independence
Who Am I? | A for 200 Thomas Jefferson
Who Am I? | Q for 300 I called for independence in Common Sense
Who Am I? | A for 300 Thomas Paine
Who Am I? | Q for 400 I called for uniting the colonies at the Albany Plan of Union
Who Am I? | A for 400 Benjamin Franklin
Who Am I? | Q for 500 I was the object of the grievances in the Declaration of Independence
Who Am I? | A for 500 King George III
We Declare | Q for 100 The Declaration of Independence was drafted by Thomas Jefferson. Name at least two other members of the committee.
We Declare | A for 100 John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, Robert Livingston, and Roger Sherman
We Declare | Q for 200 What are our unalienable rights?
We Declare | A for 200 …life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
We Declare | Q for 300 The Declaration of Independence had a preamble followed by these three parts… (list in order)
We Declare | A for 300 Natural Rights British Wrongs (Grievances of the King) Independence
We Declare | Q for 400 Which recent movie claimed the Declaration of Independence has a secret code on the back?
We Declare | A for 400 National Treasure
We Declare | Q for 500 Who signed the Declaration of Independence first and why?
We Declare | A for 500 John Hancock. He was president of the Continental Congress.
Picture This | Q for 100 Name the event and who made this engraving:
Picture This | A for 100 Boston Massacre. Engraving made by Paul Revere.
Picture This | Q for 200 The British captured Quebec in which war?
Picture This | A for 200 French and Indian War
Picture This | Q for 300 Who made this midnight ride and why?
Picture This | A for 300 Paul Revere. To warn the colonists that the British redcoats were coming!
Picture This | Q for 400 Name the event and what caused it:
Picture This | A for 400 Boston Tea Party. Protests by the Sons of Liberty over the Tea Act of 1773.
Picture This | Q for 500 Who drew this and why?
Picture This | A for 500 Benjamin Franklin. To gain support for uniting the colonies at the Albany Plan of Union in 1857.
Give Me a Region | Q for 100 Why are the New England Colonies poor for farming? (Give three reasons)
Give Me a Region | A for 100 Rocky soils. Long, cold winters. Short growing season.
Give Me a Region | Q for 200 Why are the Southern Colonies best for farming? (Give three reasons)
Give Me a Region | A for 200 Rich, most fertile soils. Short winters. Almost year-round growing season.
Give Me a Region | Q for 300 Which colonial region is known as the “Breadbasket Colonies”
Give Me a Region | A for 300 Middle Colonies
Give Me a Region | Q for 400 Christian religious groups came to the English colonies to freely practice their faith. Name two of them.
Give Me a Region | A for 400 Pilgrims. Puritans. Catholics. Quakers.
Give Me a Region | Q for 500 Which cash crop saved Jamestown?
Give Me a Region | A for 500 Tobacco
First of its Kind | Q for 100 What was our first constitution known as?
First of its Kind | A for 100 The Articles of Confederation
First of its Kind | Q for 200 Our first constitution had only one success. What was it?
First of its Kind | A for 200 Northwest Ordinance
First of its Kind | Q for 300 Which two branches of government were missing from our first constitution?
First of its Kind | A for 300 Executive and Judicial
First of its Kind | Q for 400 Why was the central government weak by design in our first constitution?
First of its Kind | A for 400 The people feared the “tyranny” of another strong government like the British monarchy.
First of its Kind | Q for 500 The weaknesses of our first government were exposed by what uprising in 1786?
First of its Kind | A for 500 Shays’ Rebellion
Final Jeopardy Answer This principle in the new Constitution of 1787 limits central power by dividing it between national and state governments.
Final Jeopardy Question What is federalism?
First Semester Review. What year was the first permanent English settlement established?
Important People during the American Revolution. Patrick Henry Patriot Believed Britain was using it’s power unfairly Wrote a speech supporting war against.
Jeopardy Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
King George III did not listen to the protests of the colonists. More and more colonists wanted independence. These people were called patriots.
In 1607 John Smith and his crew established Jamestown.
EOC REVIEW: Civics & Economics History. Supreme Law of the Land What is the Supreme Law of the Land?
Main Idea: The 2 nd Continental Congress voted to approve the Declaration of Independence. Key Terms: Petition Preamble.
Instructions 1)3 teams 2)Each team rotates players to answer the questions and to pick the category. 3)The current team member is the only one allowed.
The American Revolution Birth of the American Republic.
The Road to Revolution Declaring Independence. 1. Lexington & Concord Known as the “Shot heard ‘round the World.” Considered the 1 st shot of the.
COLONIALISM IN AMERICA Use this presentation to take funky notes- these are the exact things that will appear on your test! Funky Notes are going to.
What is the First Continental Congress. When delegates from all the colonies except Georgia met to discuss problems with England.
AMERICAN REVOLUTION Biographies. George Washington Slave owner from Virginia Land surveyor for the British Government Fought for the.
COLONIAL LEADERS EMERGE The 2 nd Continental Congress met for the 1 st time on May 10, In addition to the delegates from the 1 st Continental Congress,
The Committee of 5 John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, Robert Livingston, and Roger Sherman.
Chapter 2 Section 2. Colonists owed allegiance to the monarch and British government Colonies served as a source of raw materials Colonist became accustomed.
Write one question for each word or phrase that could possibly be answered by today’s lesson.
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The American Colonies. America’s 1 st Colonies Jamestown was the first permanent colony in America, founded in 1607 by merchants. Jamestown set up a representative.
Famous Documents People War and Battles Declaration.
Causes of the Revolution Social Studies Unit 5 Lesson 4.
People of the Revolutionary War USI.6C. In this lesson I will learn… Key individuals of the American Revolution The role and impact that each individual.
Riot to Rebellion The colonies in 1763.
Rebellion Becomes Revolution page The publication of which pamphlet helped convince many Americans that it was time to fight for independence?
--Second Continental Congress appointed him Commander of the Continental Army --Member of the Virginia House of Burgesses.
Declaration of Independence American Government February 2009.
Chapter 2 Section 2. The Colonies on Their Own Colonists owed allegiance to the monarch and British government Colonies served as a source of raw.
U.S. History Summer School. Loyalty leads to Rebellion Stamp Act 1765 –First Tax levied directly against the Colonies –Sons of Liberty organized to oppose.
Quick Quiz US1.6a-b Ready, Set, Go!. What did England want to remain? A World Power!
Jeopardy Revolutionary Events Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy Revolutionary People It’s All An Act.
CHAPTER 2. Magna Carta (1215) – Limited Government English Bill of Rights (1689) – fair trial, no excessive bail Mayflower Compact (1620) – Representative.
2015. The Magna Carta Jamestown John Smith.
Issues and Ideas Behind the Revolution Chapter 4 Sections 2 and 3.
Essential Questions: 1. Who were some of the key individuals in the Revolutionary War? 2. What role did key individuals play in the Revolutionary War?
Colonies- Constitution Colonial PeriodPeriod of Discontent.
Bell-Ringer Turn to page R53 and Read : 1.Read A Vindication of the Rights of Women and answer the 6 Document Based Questions.
Chap 2, Sec 2. Prior to the mid 1700’s, the colonies were able to develop on their own-politically Because they were accustomed to this arrangement,
Social Studies STAAR Test Review Colonization 1. Reasons for English Colonization Social- Economic- Religious-
Chapter 2: Origins of American Government Section 2.
French & Indian War 10 pts 10 pts 5 pts 5 pts 15 pts 15 pts 20 pts 20 pts Causes of the Revolution 5 pts 5 pts 10 pts 10 pts 15 pts 15 pts 20 pts 20 pts.
American Revolution. United States Purpose for fighting Poorly trained Military Lack of money Home Field advantage Weak leadership until George.
ROAD TO THE U.S. CONSTITUTION. The French and Indian War The British charged the Americans high taxes after fighting the French and.
SOUTHERN COLONIES 13 Colonies Plantation system and slaves Fertile soil and long growing season Cash crops – rice tobacco- indigo.
History Warm-Ups Week # 7 Dates : Oct Monday: (Count down 5 lines and draw a line) _______________________________________________________________________________.
THIS IS With Host... Your Early Colonies American Revolution Creating the Constitution U.S. Constitution Grab Bag.
Chapter 4 : America’s Political Heritage. The Colonial Experience Heritage: Traditions that are passed down from generation to generation Citizenship.
The American Revolution Why did the Colonists revolt against the British?
Jeopardy British Acts and Taxes F & I Colonial Protest Revolutionary War Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
CBA #1 Review ExplorationColonial America PeopleAmerican Revolution Misc
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