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Terms – 200 Points What document was written by Thomas Jefferson and signed on July 4, 1776?
Terms – 400 Points What was the document that split the Northwest Territory into no more than 5 states and no fewer than 3 states?
Terms – 600 Points What was the name of the secret group of colonists who stormed the British tea ships?
Terms – 800 Points What was the first government of the United States which was unsuccessful?
Terms – 1000 Points What were the search warrants which allowed British officials to search colonists’ homes and ships?
People – 200 Points Who was the King of England during the American Revolution?
People – 400 Points What were the colonists called who were loyal to England and wanted to reconcile?
People – 600 Points What was the author of the pamphlets entitled Common Sense in which he bashed in the King of England?
People – 800 Points Who was the Enlightenment Philosopher who came up with the idea that men have natural rights and inspired Thomas Jefferson?
People – 1000 Points Who was the British General who landed in the South and ended up surrendering in Virginia?
Music – 200 Points Who sings such songs as “Paparazzi,” “Bad Romance,” “Poker Face?”
Music – 400 Points Finish this song lyric… “Hey Jude, don’t make it bad, take a sad song __________________________”
Music – 600 Points Who was the musical duo who had their Grammy taken back because they lip- synched?
Music – 800 Points Who sings Monday Night Football’s theme song?
Music – 1000 Points Which classic country singer has hits such as “Hello Darlin’” and “Slow Hand?”
Battles – 200 Points Where was the first battle of the Revolutionary War?
Battles – 400 Points After which battle did the British surrender?
Battles – 600 Points Which battle was the deadliest of the Revolutionary War?
Battles – 800 Points What was so important about the Battle of Saratoga?
Battles – 1000 Points Where was the Battle of Bunker Hill?
Miscellaneous – 200 Points What was the Treaty of Paris?
Miscellaneous – 400 Points How many colonists were killed at the Boston Massacre?
Miscellaneous – 600 Points Name two things that happened as a result of the Intolerable Acts.
Miscellaneous – 800 Points Which states did the New Jersey Plan favor?
Miscellaneous – 1000 Points How much did slaves count as in counting population?
Movies and TV – 200 Points What was the name of Andy Griffith’s son in The Andy Griffith Show?
Movies and TV – 400 Points What is the name of Homer Simpson’s neighbor?
Movies and TV - 600 Points Name two Muppet Movies.
Movies and TV – 800 Points Who starred in the Man with No Name Trilogy? (Fistful of Dollars, For a Few Dollars More, The Good The Bad and The Ugly)
Movies and TV – 1000 Points What’s the name of the Doctor in Futurama?
Final Jeopardy Write down your team members’ names on a paper as well as your wager. You may wager up to twice the number of points you have
Final Jeopardy What was the role of Women, Native Americans, and Slaves in the American Revolutionary War?
A Bergman Production Rules: 1.Each team gets one chance to answer their question. 2.Each team will have a chance to choose a topic. 3.Each question that.
THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR NC HISTORY Chapter 10 and 11 Review.
© Mark E. Damon - All Rights Reserved Round 1Round 2 Final Jeopardy Team 1Team 2Team 3.
WHAT IS THE TASK SYSTEM? USE YOUR BOOK: Chapter 3; Section 3 (PAGE 80)
Instructions 1)3 teams 2)Each team rotates players to answer the questions and to pick the category. 3)The current team member is the only one allowed.
AMERICAN REVOLUTION REVIEW. This man was general of the Continental Army.
Chapter 4 Review.
THIS IS With Host... Your Early Years Dec. of Ind. New HopesLater Years Key People Key Terms.
Wife of John Adams, she wrote a lot of letters to him, and she called for women’s equal rights.
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.
By: Chris & Alexandra Government Famous People Battles Famous Events
Notes on the American Revolution. I. Forming a New Identity After 150 years the British colonies in North America had each established their own government.
Road to Revolution Content by: Sarah Zach, Tatem Kingsbury, and Jayda Swenson Template Design by: Mark Geary People British Acts Important Documents Constitutional.
Standard 2 EOC Review. 1. SEQUENCING put the following events in order that they occurred Treaty of Paris (1783) Declaration of Independence Stamp Act.
The Revolutionary War: A war for Independence Textbook Pages:
Causes of the American Revolution. Actions by the British The French & Indian War = Cost England Big $$$ - Taxed Colonists to repay The French & Indian.
Welcome to Jeopardy. PeopleEventsBattlesTaxes/Acts Miscellaneous
Aim: How did the colonists defeat in the British in the Revolutionary War? Do Now: Analyze the following document. Explain it’s message. How did it impact.
U.S. History presents “Jeopardy 1” Key PeopleMoving West Important Documents Early Ideas Battles.
The American Revolution. “Common Sense” Written by an immigrant named Thomas Paine. Pamphlet called the Americans to declare their independence from.
Revolutionary Era U.S. History. Proclamation of 1763 After the French and Indian War, the British issued the Proclamation to protect Native American lands.
The Revolutionary War. Write a sentence with the following words: 1. George Washington2. Treaty of Paris 3. Tyranny4. Treason 5. Boycott6. Revolution.
--Second Continental Congress appointed him Commander of the Continental Army --Member of the Virginia House of Burgesses.
Welcome! The Topic For Today Is…. Your Topic PatriotsBritishTimes They are a changing Potpourri Bonus Question: 5000 pts.
Revolution. TaxesRevolutionary War Famous PeopleLaws Declaration of Independence Hodge Podge.
American Revolution Study Guide
Final Jeopardy 800 Hodge Podge Vocabulary British Laws Famous People American Revolution
Quick Quiz US1.6a-b Ready, Set, Go!. What did England want to remain? A World Power!
The Acts That Started A Revolution
Mr. Gilmore Cordova High School I.B. History of the Americans.
Revolutionary War By JG -not completed version-. What law stated colonists were forbidden to move west of the Appalachian Mountains?
Jeopardy British Acts and Taxes F & I Colonial Protest Revolutionary War Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
Stirrings Of Rebellion Ideas Start Revolution Struggling.
Home Page This game will be played “around the world” style. The one left standing at the end wins! American Revolution Review Game.
Road to Revolution 1 st 9 weeks Quartering Act A law passed that required the colonists to house and supply British soldiers.
The American Revolution Or What I Should Have Already Learned in Middle School World History:
KNOW YOUR VOCAB BATTLES OF THE WAR BACK IN THE COLONIAL DAYS TAXES, PATRIOTS, AND LOYALIST HE SAID WHAT! WAR STRATEGIES More VOCAB
American Revolution Timeline
The American Revolution In a Nutshell. Causes No Taxation without Representation! –Stamp Act –Tea Act –Townshend Acts –Sugar Act –As well as the Quartering.
Chapter 4 Sections 1 and 2 Causes of the American Revolution and the Beginning of the American Revolution.
AMERICAN REVOLUTION. SECOND CONTINENTAL CONGRESS MAY 10, 1775 HOPING TO AVOID WAR WITH BRITAIN, DELEGATES SENT THE “OLIVE BRANCH PETITION” DECLARING THEIR.
Instructions for using this template. Remember this is Jeopardy, so where I have written “Answer” this is the prompt the students will see, and where.
How to use the Jeopardy Template Copy the presentation to your hard drive. Open up the game board slide, determine the category of questions you want.
American Revolution. Cause an event or an action that makes something else happen.
Question 2 Question 3 Question 4 Question 5 Question 1 Question 2 Question 3 Question 4 Question 5 Question 1 Question 2 Question 3 Question 4 Question.
The American Revolution
American History—Chapter 4
09/17 Bellringer 9/17 Bellringer: Based on this word cloud, hypothesize THREE major themes present in the Declaration of Independence?
THE RULES: All teams play each question Give each answer in the form of a question Host’s decisions are FINAL.
Stamp Act What does it tax? date?.
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