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X Government Jeopardy Created by Robert Schneider 4 th Grade Teacher Harmon Elementary Lakeview Public Schools Start
X Welcome to Government Jeopardy! This interactive program will help you review 4 th grade government concepts. It can be played as a class or as an individual learner. The way to play is to choose a category and a dollar amount and answer each question. So keep track of your points and begin when you are ready! Directions Click to begin!
X Government Jeopardy 100 200 300 500 400 500 400 200 300 100 500 400 200 300 100 State Government Federal Government Miscellaneous
X Which of the following is not a level of government? Federal FederalStateLocal Judicial Judicial A B C D
X That is Correct!
X That is Incorrect!
X Which of the following is not a branch of government? Executive Executive Legislative LegislativeLocal Judicial Judicial A B C D
X Click on the picture of our current president’s father.
X For congress to override a veto, how many members must approve it? 1/41/2 100% 100%2/3 A B C D
X How old does a citizen have to be to vote? 18173525 A B C D
X Who is our current governor of Michigan? Schneider SchneiderBush Kilpatrick Kilpatrick Granholm Granholm A B C D
X The job of the governor is to… Create Laws Create Laws Enforce Laws Enforce Laws Decide if they are legal Decide if they are legal All of the above All of the above A B C D
X Which of the following is not a job for the state government? Creating speed limits for vehicles Creating speed limits for vehicles Maintaining parks Maintaining parks Fixing roads Fixing roads Maintaining our navy Maintaining our navy A B C D
X In what city is the state capital of Michigan located within? Lansing LansingDetroit St. Clair Shores St. Clair Shores Ann Arbor Ann Arbor A B C D
X The sharing of power between the federal government and the states is called… Dictatorship DictatorshipVeto Federalism Federalism State sharing State sharing A B C D
X Where is our national capital located? Philadelphia Philadelphia Detroit Detroit Lansing Lansing Washington D.C. Washington D.C. A B C D
X In our federal government, who is the head of our executive branch? Governor Governor Senators Senators President PresidentMayor A B C D
X What is the job of congress? Veto laws Veto laws Make decisions about the laws Make decisions about the laws Carry out the laws Carry out the laws Make the laws Make the laws A B C D
X In our federal government, who has the most power? Power is shared equally Power is shared equally The president The president The courts The courts Congress Congress A B C D
X How many senators make up our federal senate? 50 100 100 200 2002 A B C D