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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 Words That Matter I Declare
$100 Question from H1 The war fought by the American colonies to end British Rule
$100 Answer from H1 What was the American Revolution?
$200 Question from H1 A group of colonists disguised themselves as Mohawks and dumped British Tea into the Boston Harbor to protest tax on tea.
$200 Answer from H1 What was the Boston Tea Party?
$300 Question from H1 A war between Great Britain and its Native American allies.
$300 Answer from H1 What was the French and Indian War?
$400 Question from H1 On March 5, 1770, colonists shouted insults, threw rocks and snowballs at British soldiers. The soldiers opened fire and killed 5 people.
$400 Answer from H1 What was the Boston Massacre?
$500 Question from H1 A meeting of a group of colonists in Philadelphia in 1775 to discuss how to deal with Great Britain.
$500 Answer from H1 What was the Continental Congress?
$100 Question from H2 King of England during the Revolutionary War.
$100 Answer from H2 Who was George III?
$200 Question from H2 First U.S. President; leader of the Continental Army during the American Revolution.
$200 Answer from H2 Who is George Washington?
$300 Question from H2 American who warned the Patriots that the British were marching toward Concord.
$300 Answer from H2 Who is Paul Revere?
$400 Question from H2 Second U.S. President and one writer of the Declaration of Independence.
$400 Answer from H2 Who is John Adams?
$500 Question from H2 British General who surrendered at the battle of Yorktown, resulting in victory for the Americans in the Revolutionary War.
$500 Answer from H2 Who is Charles Cornwallis?
$100 Question from H3 Passed in 1765; this placed a tax on newspapers, pamphlets, legal documents and playing cards.
$100 Answer from H3 What is the Stamp Act?
$200 Question from H3 Representatives who met in New York to discuss the problems of the Stamp Act. They asked the colonists to refuse to buy stamped goods.
$200 Answer from H3 What is the Stamp Act Congress?
$300 Question from H3 It put a three-cent tax on foreign sugar and a higher tax on non-British cloth, coffee, indigo and wines.
$300 Answer from H3 What is the Sugar Act?
$400 Question from H taxes on glass, lead, paper and tea
$400 Answer from H3 What are the Townsend Acts?
$500 Question from H3 The act of refusing to do business with a person, group, country or product.
$500 Answer from H3 What is boycott?
$100 Question from H4 to form a connection or relation
$100 Answer from H4 What is ally?
$200 Question from H4 to express willingness or approval
$200 Answer from H4 What is consent?
$300 Question from H4 a painful situation giving reason for complaint
$300 Answer from H4 What is grievance?
$400 Question from H4 freedom to make ones own laws
$400 Answer from H4 What is liberty?
$500 Question from H4 to give up
$500 Answer from H4 What is surrender?
$100 Question from H5 to make openly known
$100 Answer from H5 What is declare?
$200 Question from H5 having no need of proof
$200 Answer from H5 What is self-evident?
$300 Question from H5 the laws and people that run a colony, country, county, city or state
$300 Answer from H5 What is government?
$400 Question from H5 impossible to take away or give up
$400 Answer from H5 What is inalienable?
$500 Question from H5 a document written by Thomas Jefferson in 1776 explaining why the 13 colonies should be free of British rule
$500 Answer from H5 What is the Declaration of Independence?
Final Jeopardy Groups of colonists who organized themselves to protest against the British government.
Final Jeopardy Answer Who are the Sons of Liberty?
Navigation Acts A British law which stated goods shipped to and from the colonies HAD TO BE carried by English ships.
The American Revolution SOL USI.6 Mrs. Stephens Social Studies Does England Rule? Have the colonists had enough? What were the causes of the American Revolution?
Terms for Events leading up to the Revolutionary War.
A colonial era showdown. 3,731 Miles They had a lot of freedom – they became used to ruling themselves and ignoring the laws of Parliament. Side note:
The War for Independence Chapter 4. Events that lead to the War The French and Indian War (1754) created debt for the English. The British wanted colonists.
The Birth of a Democratic Nation The United States of America.
The American Revolution French and Indian War 1754 France and North Native Americans fought the British and Colonists. Battles were fought over the land.
III. The Rebellion Era A. I have no idea what that word means… Rebellion Vocabulary 1. Salutary Neglect – A disinterest in enforcing laws. Englands pre-French.
American Revolution April 19, 1775-September 3, 1783.
They won the French and Indian war, but parliament still had to pay for it.
Through The Declaration of Independence Lets study the nations most important document……
The Declaration of Independence Objective: 1.Evaluate how the fighting at Lexington and Concord affected the colonies with Great Britain. 2.Analyze.
Unit II American Revolution. France Attempts Colonization King Louis XIV took interest in Overseas Colonies Established Quebec as “New France” Also Found.
US-VA SOL Review Materials – The American Revolution.
Ch 5 Towards Independence Purpose: What: Rebellion By: understanding what led to the American Revolution So : we know how rebellion affects our lives.
Welcome to 8 TH grade DMS U.S. History Unit 3 Review.
French and Indian War The French and their Native American allies fought against England Spain joined the war siding with the French England still won.
WHAT IS THE TRUTH about VIRGINIA and the REVOLUTIONARY WAR?
The American Revolution From A to Z By Leah Hill.
2.2 The First Government. American Ideas vs. British Control For almost 100 years, American colonial governments enjoyed relative self - government from.
January 21, Great Britain began colonizing North America in 1607 Eventually, Great Britain controlled 13 colonies in the “New World”. Each.
The American Revolution Ch 4. Section 1 - The Colonies Fight for Their Rights In 1740 the French and British built forts in the Ohio River Valley to claim.
Creation of the United States Unit #3 + SSUSH3: The student will explain the primary causes of the American Revolution. SSUSH4: The student will identify.
Causes of the American Revolution I can identify reasons why the American Colonists eventually got to the point where they were willing to risk everything.
The Declaration of Independence Objective: 1.Identify the main ideas in the Declaration of Independence. 2.Explain how Americans reacted to the Declaration.
The Road To Revolution EQ: What were the events that lead up to the American Revolution?
Chapter Two Section Two. The Birth of a Democratic Nation.
EVENTS LEADING UP TO THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE SS.7.C.1.3 Describe how English policies and responses to colonial concerns led to the writing of.
The American Revolution. A Change in 1763 The conclusion of the Seven Years War (The French and Indian War) War costs money England needs to pay its debts.
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