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Jeopardy Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy
$100 Answer from H1 This popular music movement was named after the beat and movement of the music itself
$100 Question from H1. Rock N’ Roll
$200 Question from H1 Elvis Presley was controversial for this action in the 1950s
$200 Answer from H1 Shaking his hips to the beat of his music
$300 Question from H1 Provided college tuition and home loans for veterans of WWII returning from war
$300 Answer from H1 GI Bill What did 50 Cent say to his Grandma?
$400 Question from H1 Some of the houses during this decade, especially in Levittown, NY, were nick- named this utensil because of their shape
$400 Answer from H1 “Cookie Cutters” What did Lil’ Wayne call a brand new dollar bill?
$500 Question from H1 Children who were not brought up in this time period that did not conform to society or had bad home lives usually became
$500 Answer from H1 Juvenile Delinquents
$100 Question from H2 Women were stereotypically this occupation during the 1950s instead of in the job force
$100 Answer from H2 Housewives
$200 Question from H2 The movement stating that women should have political, social, sexual, intellectual and economic rights equal to those of men
$200 Answer from H2 Feminism
$300 Question from H2 In 1972, this amendment (would have been the the 27 th ) was proposed to give women equal rights
$300 Answer from H2 Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) (RIP: 1972-1982)
$400 Question from H2 Women fought for reproductive rights in the famous 1973 supreme court case
$400 Answer from H2 Roe v. Wade (1973)
$500 Question from H2 This woman led the feminist movement with her creation of the National Organization of Women and the publication of The Feminine Mystique
$500 Answer from H2 Bettie Friedan
$100 Question from H3 Leader of the Civil Rights Movement in the early 1960s with his “Freedom Now,” SCLC, non-violent approach
$100 Answer from H3 Martin Luther King Jr.
$200 Question from H3 This group of students integrated a High School in Arkansas in 1957
$200 Answer from H3 Little Rock Nine
$300 Question from H3 A Chicago AA young boy who said, “Bye baby” to a white worker while in Mississippi and was lynched
$300 Answer from H3 Emmett Till
$400 Question from H3 Group of white and AA young people who rode to the US South (Alabama) to protest the segregation of the bus station terminals
$400 Answer from H3 Freedom Riders
$500 Question from H3 First AA man to attend Mississippi who was shot and inspired the last great marches of the Civil Rights Movement- the March Against Fear
$500 Answer from H3 James Meredith
$100 Question from H4 Early form of 1950s counterculture found in urban cities with the belief of “why conform?”
$100 Answer from H4 The Beat Movement
$200 Question from H4 1960s-1970s counter-culture that believed in free love and wore alternative hairstyles and clothing lines
$200 Answer from H4 Hippies
$300 Question from H4 Malcolm X was co- leader of the organization of Black Muslims”, also known as
$300 Answer from H4 The Nation of Islam
$400 Question from H4 SNCC member who chanted “Black Power!” “Black Power!” during the March Against Fear
$400 Answer from H4 Stokeley Carmichael
$500 Question from H4 Sometimes seen as militant for their actions with firearms, the Black Panthers operated out of this west coast city and eventually expanded their chapters to other urban cities
$500 Answer from H4 Oakland, CA
$100 Question from H5 Popular music of the “me” generation that featured a big ball, groovy moves, and John Travolta
$100 Answer from H5 DISCO!!!!
$200 Question from H5 This scandal in political corruption and sabotage cost Americans a lot of faith in their government
$200 Answer from H5 Watergate Scandal
$300 Question from H5 The real name of “Deep Throat,” who fed FBI information to the Washington Post reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein straight from FBI files
$300 Answer from H5 W. Mark Felt
$400 Question from H5 Vice-President of Richard M. Nixon who resigns, along with Nixon-allowing Gerald Ford to rise to the Presidency
$400 Answer from H5 Spiro Agnew
$500 Question from H5 Students protesting about US troop involvement in Cambodia resulted in four deaths at this University
$500 Answer from H5 Kent State University
Final Jeopardy ThisThis question rules. No,No, this question rules.
Final Jeopardy Good luck! Theodore “Beaver” Cleaver’s brother’s name in the 1950s sitcom: Leave It to Beaver
Final Jeopardy GoodGood luck! Name one of the two actors that popularized the counter-culture hit Easy Rider
Final Jeopardy Answer 1. Wally!!!
Final Jeopardy Answer 2. Dennis Hopper and Peter Fonda
Daily Double How much would you like to wager?
Daily Double How much would you like to wager?
Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin.
The Civil Rights Movement. Types of Segregation de facto segregation: established by practice and custom, not by law –seen mostly in northern cities de.
Jeopardy Important People Nonviolent Resistance Role of the Government Radical Change Success and Failure Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q.
Junior History Civil Rights Review. Civil Rights-Political economic and social rights guaranteed under the constitution Civil Rights-Political economic.
American History Civil Rights Challenge Final Jeopardy Final Jeopardy People Misc. Events Organizations Review
Review The Great Society and Civil Rights. Extra Points Review Game GOOD LUCK.
DO YOU KNOW? Do you know these terms associated with the civil rights and women’s rights movements?
Civil Rights Review. What Supreme court case declared “separate is inherently unequal”? Brown v. Board of Ed.
The Civil Rights Movement
1. This amendment banned slavery in the United States. A) Jim Crow B) 15th C) 13th D) 14th.
CIVIL RIGHTS VOCAB DIRECTIONS: Write down as much information as you can about each of the following key people, groups and events from the Civil Rights.
Civil Rights TEST PREP TEST 3/31/10. Court Cases Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, Ks. Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, Ks. Overturned Plessy.
CIVIL RIGHTS VOCABULARY 6 Steps to learning new vocabulary Marazano.
SCLC leader and planner of the Montgomery Bus Boycott.
Look at the next two slides of Supreme Court Cases, and answer the questions: 1. What do you think Plessy vs. Ferguson established? 2. Why do you think.
1960’s Visual Vocabulary Quiz Chapters 20, 22, 23.
Civil Rights Review for Test. Rosa Parks is arrested and MLK leads a citywide strike to support her.
The Civil Rights Movement: Chapter 38 Review
Unit 9: Chapters 24 & 26. Identify the key leaders of the Civil Rights movement Explain the origins of the Civil Rights movement Describe and explain.
Civil Rights Movement. WWII opened the door for the civil rights movement. WWII opened the door for the civil rights movement. In 1941, Roosevelt banned.
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