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$200 $300 $400 Final Jeopardy $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 Southwest AsiaChinaJapan IntroductionAfrica
Mary Leakey believed that earliest humans evolved in this continent. C1 $100
Where is Africa? C1? $100
During this Revolution, people learned to farm and domesticate animals. C1 $200
What is the Neolithic Revolution? C1 $200
It is a complex society. Writing, cities, and specialization are characteristics of this complex society. C1 $300
What is a civilization? C1 $300
In this economic system, sons perform the same jobs as their fathers. C1 $400
What is a traditional economy? C1 $400
These are seasonal winds. Traders used these winds to travel in the Indian Ocean. Timer The final Jeopardy answer is: C1 final
What is a monsoon?
C2 $100 This river is considered a “cradle of civilization” in Africa.
C2 $100 What is the Nile River?
C2 $200 The West African kingdoms of Ghana, Mali, and Songhai controlled this trade, this salt for gold trade.
C2 $200 What is Trans-Saharan Trade?
C2 $300 During this meeting, representatives from Western Europe established rules for the conquest of Africa.
C2 $300 What is the Berlin Conference?
C2 $400 This African nationalist led the Gold Coast to independence. At independence, the country was renamed Ghana.
C2 $400 Who is Kwame Nkrumah?
C2 $500 They originally lived in West Africa but during their migration throughout Sub- Saharan Africa, they spread agriculture and iron-making.
C2 $500 Who are the Bantu?
C3 $100 It was the land between the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers. It was a “cradle” of early civilization.
C3 $100 What is Mesopotamia?
C3 $200 This organization controls the price of oil by controlling the supply of oil. Saudi Arabia is a member of it.
C3 $200 What is OPEC (Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries)?
C3 $300 This British document promised the creation of a Jewish homeland in 1917.
C3 $300 What is the Balfour Declaration?
C3 $400 This Turkish nationalist modernized, westernized, and secularized Turkey.
C3 $400 Who is Mustafa Kemal Atatürk?
C3 $500 He was a powerful Ottoman sultan. He presided over a multinational and tolerant empire. He ruled from 1520 to 1566.
C3 $500 Who is Suleiman the Magnificent?
C4 $100 This philosopher believed that inferiors must obey superiors and superiors must set a good example in order for peace and harmony to exist.
C4 $100 Who is Confucius?
C4 $200 According to this concept, an emperor ruled as long as he was capable. However, a corrupt emperor could be overthrown.
C4 $200 What is the Mandate of Heaven?
C4 $300 It was the term the ancient Chinese used for China. This term reflected an ethnocentric attitude.
C4 $300 What is the Middle Kingdom?
C4 $400 This emperor of China was not Chinese. However, Marco Polo visited this emperor of China.
C4 $400 Who is Kublai Khan?
C4 $500 This Chinese explorer traveled as far as the eastern coast of Africa. However, his expeditions were stopped when a new emperor saw little value in his travels.
C4 $500 Who is Zheng He?
C5 $100 This term means “a series of islands” – Of course, Japan is a series of islands.
C5 $100 What is an archipelago?
C5 $200 This early religion in Japan is based on the belief that spirits exist in nature.
C5 $200 What is Shinto?
C5 $300 He sailed to Japan in 1853 under the orders of an American President. The Americans wanted to end Japan’s policy of isolationism.
C5 $300 Who is Commodore Matthew Perry?
C5 $400 During this period of Japanese history, the emperor was restored to power and the Japanese began a program of modernization and westernization.
C5 $400 What is the Meiji Restoration?
C5 $500 This Shogun ordered the Act of Seclusion. He closed Japan to most foreigners and prevented the Japanese from traveling overseas.
C5 $500 Who is the Tokugawa Shogun?
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