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Updated: April 2009 JEOPARDY WWI Day Six Review Great Depression Decisions People 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 GAME RULESFINAL ROUND.

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1 Updated: April 2009 JEOPARDY WWI Day Six Review Great Depression Decisions People GAME RULESFINAL ROUND

2 - Jeopardy - This term describes European build-up of weapons, soldiers, and naval capabilities in the years prior to WWI. Category A 100

3 - Jeopardy - What is militarism? Category A 100

4 - Jeopardy - This military strategy caused the western front of WWI to remain almost the same for four years. Category A 200

5 - Jeopardy - What is trench warfare? Category A 200

6 - Jeopardy - This system of support established between European countries prior to WWI ensured that many countries would be pulled into conflicts involving two or more European powers. Category A 300

7 - Jeopardy - What is the alliance system? Category A 300

8 - Jeopardy - This event served as a catalyst for the start of WWI. Category A 400

9 - Jeopardy - What is the assassination of Hapsburg heir Archduke Francis Ferdinand? Category A 400

10 - Jeopardy - This requirement in the Treaty of Versailles made Germany responsible for compensating other countries for WWI damages. Category A 500

11 - Jeopardy - What is reparations? Category A 500

12 - Jeopardy - This American is most famous for his use of mass production to produce affordable automobiles. Category B 100

13 - Jeopardy - Who is Henry Ford? Category B 100

14 - Jeopardy - This Russian leader headed the Bolshevik Party during the overthrow of the provisional government. Category B 200

15 - Jeopardy - Who is V. I. Lenin? Category B 200

16 - Jeopardy - This person helped lead the Japanese invasion of China in the 1930s, oversaw the role of Japan in WWII, and continued in his position until Category B 300

17 - Jeopardy - Who is the Emperor of Japan or Hirohito? Category B 300

18 - Jeopardy - This was the last monarch to rule Russia. Category B 400

19 - Jeopardy - Who is Czar Nicholas II or the last Romanov? Category B 400

20 - Jeopardy - How much would you like to bet? DAILY DOUBLE

21 - Jeopardy - This leader took power following the death of Lenin and was known for his five year plans to transform the Soviet economy from an agricultural to a manufacturing base. Category B 500

22 - Jeopardy - Who is Stalin? Category B 500

23 - Jeopardy - This term described the camps of rundown shacks in which many people had to live during the Great Depression. Category C 100

24 - Jeopardy - What are Hoovervilles? Category C 100

25 - Jeopardy - This New Deal project built dams and power plants along a southern river and provided hundreds of jobs to unemployed workers. Category C 200

26 - Jeopardy - What is the Tennessee Valley Authority? Category C 200

27 - Jeopardy - How much would you like to bet? DAILY DOUBLE

28 - Jeopardy - This law, written as part of the Second New Deal, guaranteed collective bargaining rights for workers. Category C 300

29 - Jeopardy - Category C 300 What is the National Labor Relations Act or the Wagner Act?

30 - Jeopardy - This is one of the three programs established by the Social Security Act of the Second New Deal. Category C 400

31 - Jeopardy - What are old-age insurance, unemployment compensation, and/or aid for the disabled/children who have lost an income-earning parent? Category C 400

32 - Jeopardy - One of the main causes of the Great Depression (do not use the Stock Market Crash). Category C 500

33 - Jeopardy - What is overproduction of goods, under-consumption of goods, too much leverage (indebtedness), or inflation? Category C 500

34 - Jeopardy - This Amendment outlawed the manufacture, sale, and transportation of intoxicating liquors. Category D 100

35 - Jeopardy - What is the 18th? Category D 100

36 - Jeopardy - This treaty officially ended WWI. Category D 200

37 - Jeopardy - What is the Treaty of Versailles? Category D 200

38 - Jeopardy - This term describes the system under which France and Great Britain gained control of Middle Eastern countries following WWI. Category D 300

39 - Jeopardy - What was the mandate system? Category D 300

40 - Jeopardy - This German leader chose to publish Mein Kampf outlining his beliefs in anti- semitism, anti-communism, and the rights of superior individuals to take control by force. Category D 400

41 - Jeopardy - Who is Adolf Hitler? Category D 400

42 - Jeopardy - This term refers to the U.S. approach to WWI prior to Category D 500

43 - Jeopardy - What is neutrality? Category D 500

44 - Jeopardy - This conflict between the U.S. and Spain concerned the liberation of Cuba. Category E 100

45 - Jeopardy - What is the Spanish-American War? Category E 100

46 - Jeopardy - This 19 th century union organizer fought for better labor laws for American workers. Category E 200

47 - Jeopardy - Who is Samuel Gompers? Category E 200

48 - Jeopardy - This foreign policy states that the U.S. has a right to intervene in Latin American countries to stabalize them politically or economically. Category E 300

49 - Jeopardy - What is the Roosevelt Correlary to the Monroe Doctrine? Category E 300

50 - Jeopardy - Place your bets! DAILY DOUBLE

51 - Jeopardy - This group of people advocated direct participation in government, government regulation of industry, and an end to child labor. DAILY DOUBLE

52 - Jeopardy - Who are the progressives? Category E 400

53 - Jeopardy - The name of one muckraking author and the title of the person’s work. Category E 500

54 - Jeopardy - Who is Ida Tarbell/The History of the Standard Oil Company OR Upton Sinclair/The Jungle? Category E 500

55 - Jeopardy - Welcome to Jeopardy! The fun and sneaky way to review material for the upcoming test!

56 - Jeopardy - And now… a brief introduction to the RULES of the GAME…

57 - Jeopardy - Each group must: a) SIT TOGETHER, and b) Designate a SPEAKER who will respond to the prompts (You may NOT change speakers).

58 - Jeopardy - The game consists of FIVE categories, each containing FIVE questions

59 - Jeopardy - Questions are randomly arranged, NOT by degree of difficulty

60 - Jeopardy - Each speaker may select only ONE question per round

61 - Jeopardy - Once the selected question is posted on the screen, the SPEAKER of the team has 10 seconds to respond.

62 - Jeopardy - The speaker may consult with teammates before responding

63 - Jeopardy - During the game, whispering is OK, but LOUD talking and/or disruptions DURING THE GAME may result in point loss for the entire team.

64 - Jeopardy - The response should be phrased in the FORM OF A QUESTION. (Words, phrases, and statements – even if correct – may be disqualified)

65 - Jeopardy - A CORRECT ANSWER earns the team the amount of points indicated on the jeopardy board.

66 - Jeopardy - If the speaker does not respond correctly within 10 seconds, the question passes on to the next team speaker, who has 5 seconds to respond.

67 - Jeopardy - The number of points for the correct answer at this stage are the same as for the previous team.

68 - Jeopardy - Questions that are not answered correctly by the selecting team are offered to the other teams in turn until a correct answer is given or all teams have guessed incorrectly.

69 - Jeopardy - For the Daily Double, the speaker designates the number of points – up to the max. points earned by the team. If correct, the team earns the designated points; if incorrect, they lose the designated points.

70 - Jeopardy - Again, whispering is OK, but remember, LOUD TALKING and/or DISRUPTIONS DURING THE GAME may result in point loss for the entire team.

71 - Jeopardy - The judge’s decisions are FINAL and whining, pouting, and/or complaints will NOT BE ENTERTAINED…

72 - Jeopardy - Ready to play?

73 - Jeopardy - Final Jeopardy Topic: Early 20 th Century “ISMS” You may wager up to the amount of points your team has earned. Write your wager on a piece of paper and submit it.

74 Updated: April 2009 Final Jeopardy Question This ISM describes a government that controls every aspect of public and private life in a country. Often, the government uses propaganda and surveillance to maintain control.

75 Updated: April 2009 Early 20 th Century ISMs What is totalitarianism?


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