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JEOPARDY Branches of Government The Constitution Conflict Compromise North or South? $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Final Jeopardy
CONSTITUTION: $300 They demanded a Bill of Rights to protect personal liberties.
CONSTITUTION: $300 Who were the anti-federalists? Short Answer Question
CONSTITUTION: $400 The First Amendment protects these rights (need at least 3).
CONSTITUTION: $400 Short Answer Question What are the freedom of speech, freedom of religion, freedom of the press, freedom of assembly, freedom to petition the government?
CONSTITUTION: $500 Under this Amendment, an accused person can not be forced to say anything that could incriminate them (something that makes them look guilty), nor can they be tried for the same crime twice.
CONSTITUTION: $500 What is the Fifth Amendment? Short Answer Question
CONFLICT: $100 The Supreme Court ruled that he really had no right to sue because he was not a citizen.
CONFLICT: $100 Study Guide Question 28 Who was Dred Scott?
CONFLICT: $200 It led to an out break of violence known as “Bleeding Kansas.”
CONFLICT: $200 What was the Kansas- Nebraska Act?
CONFLICT: $300 Southerners saw it as a direct attack on their way of life; they argued that it was full of lies and exaggeration.
CONFLICT: $300 Short Answer Question What was Uncle Tom’s Cabin?
CONFLICT: $400 Basically, this was the Southern counterargument to Uncle Tom’s Cabin.
CONFLICT: $400 What was George McHugh’s Cannibals All? Short Answer Question
CONFLICT: $500 George Fitzhugh argued that the lives of these people were much harder than the lives of Southern slaves.
CONFLICT: $500 Who were white factory workers? Short Answer Question
COMPROMISE: $100 The main purpose of this compromise was to maintain the balance between slave and free states.
COMPROMISE: $100 What is the Missouri Compromise? Study Guide Question 27
COMPROMISE: $200 This constitutional compromise resolved the issue of how enslaved people were to be counted in the population.
COMPROMISE: $200 What was the Three- Fifths Compromise? Study Guide Question 11
COMPROMISE: $300 A harsh fugitive slave law was included in this compromise.
COMPROMISE: $300 What is the Compromise of 1850? Study Guide Question 29
COMPROMISE: $400 In Dred Scott v. US, the Supreme Court ruled that this compromise was unconstitutional.
COMPROMISE: $400 What was the Missouri Compromise? Study Guide Question 28
COMPROMISE: $500 This compromise actually threw off the balance of power between slave states and free states.
COMPROMISE: $500 What was the Compromise of 1850? Study Guide Question 29
REMARKABLE CHANGE: $100 NORTH OR SOUTH: $100 At the start of the Civil War, they definitely had the advantage in terms of resources (i.e. they produced more food and weapons).
REMARKABLE CHANGE: $100 Who was the North? NORTH OR SOUTH: $100 Short Answer
REMARKABLE CHANGE: $200 NORTH OR SOUTH: $200 The invention of the cotton gin only increased their dependence on slave labor.
REMARKABLE CHANGE: $200 Who was the South? NORTH OR SOUTH: $200 Essay Option 2
REMARKABLE CHANGE: $300 NORTH OR SOUTH: $300 They were very pleased with the Dred Scott decision.
REMARKABLE CHANGE: $300 NORTH OR SOUTH: $300 Study Guide Question 28 Who was the South?
REMARKABLE CHANGE: $400 NORTH OR SOUTH: $400 They had a small navy – which was an advantage since their Civil War opponent had no navy at all.
REMARKABLE CHANGE: $400 NORTH OR SOUTH: $400 Short Answer Question Who was the North?
NORTH OR SOUTH: $500 At the start of the Civil War, they definitely had a psychological advantage – they believed passionately in their cause.
REMARKABLE CHANGE: $500 Who was the South? NORTH OR SOUTH: $500 Short Answer Question
During the Civil War the southern states rebelled against the Union. During the Revolutionary War the colonies rebelled from England. Compare and contrast the reasons for the Civil War and the Revolutionary War. In what ways were they similar? In what ways were they different? Suggestion: Make a T-Chart or Venn diagram using all of your notes and assignments from Units One and Two ESSAY OPTION 3
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