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He was a highly talented painter, writer, inventor, architect, engineer, mathematician, musician and philosopher. A 100
A 200 In contrast with church teachings that individuality and achievement were relatively unimportant, this particular philosophy emphasized individual accomplishment.
He wrote the theses in which he denied the power of indulgences to remit sin and criticized the power of the pope. A 300
This doctrine holds that God knows who will be saved and therefore guides the lives of those destined for salvation. A 400
The church gave this name to the series of reforms which were the response to the spread of Protestantism. A 500
This was the name given to this type of ship that was known for being light, fast, and highly maneuverable. B 100
The name given to the colony in Virginia that was settled by people intending to make their fortunes by finding gold and silver. B 200
A huge estate in the Americas known for growing cash crops such as sugar and tobacco. B 300
The economic theory which held that a nation’s strength depended on its wealth. B 400
He was from Portugal and established a court for navigators and other interested in exploration. B 500
This military general led American troops in the War for Independence. C 100
This was signed on July 4 th, 1776 and was adopted by the Continental Congress. C 200
C 300 He was an English physician who explained the workings of the human heart.
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This was a new kind of math that could be used to predict the effects of gravity. C 400
This theory held that the earth was the center of the universe and that the sun, moon, and planets revolved around it. C 500
This is what we call a sense of unity as a people who all belong to the same nation. D 100
British and Prussian troops dealt a crushing defeat to Napoleon at this battle. D 200
This was a set of beliefs that eliminated many injustices in French law, but also promoted order and authority over individual rights. D 300
People in this religious group were members of the First Estate. D 400
This was the name given to the legislative body of the Third Estate. D 500
This is the name given to the era of British rule in India. E 100
This economic motive for imperialism, such as cotton and rubber, was used to produce manufactured goods. E 200
E 300 This philosophy argues that certain nations or races are more fit than others, and that it is natural for the “fit” to rule the “less fit.”
He was the most prominent radical calling for revolutionary change in early 20 th century China. E 400
A declaration that stated the Americas are off-limits to European imperialism except for colonies that already existed. E 500
One result of poverty is this extreme shortage of food. F 100
They are people who leave their home country to seek safety in another nation. F 200
An example of one is the tsunami that devastated large areas of Southeast Asia in 2004. F 300
The Irish Republican Army, Tamil Tigers, Hezbollah, and Hamas are all examples of this. F 400
A terrorist organization who was actually supported by the United States during The Cold War. F 500
The Final Jeopardy Category is: Historical Themes Click on screen to begin
In all of world history, this social force has been proven to be the single-most unifying theme for the people of any group. Click on screen to continue
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Created by Mr. Jenkins TradeSlavery PeoplePlacesPotpourri 100 Final Jeopardy.
IntroductionLessonQuiz. Introduction Lesson Quiz This game is intended for my 6 th grade history class, to supplement the instruction that I give my students.
THIS IS With Hostess Your Scientific Revolution Enlighten- ment Political Revolution Cause and Effect Vocabulary 1 Vocabulary.
Jeopardy EnlightenmentAbsolute Monarchy and Glorious Revolution American Revolution French Revolution Napoleon and Congress of Vienna
THIS IS With Host... Your Renaissance Artists Renaissance Writers Protestant Reformation Counter Reformation Pot Luck Famous People.
THE SCIENTIFIC REVOLUTION EUROPE IN THE 1500’s ESSENTIAL QUESTION What were the important contributions of scientists like Copernicus, Kepler, Galileo,
THIS IS With Host... Your Early Settlement ColoniesColonies Part 2 Tension American Revolution Misc main.
Famous People Famous Dates Famous Documents Famous Events Key Concepts Geography and Social Main page (home)
KNOW YOUR VOCAB BATTLES OF THE WAR BACK IN THE COLONIAL DAYS TAXES, PATRIOTS, AND LOYALIST HE SAID WHAT! WAR STRATEGIES More VOCAB
Chapter 17 Section 2. Philosophe – (fil-uh-sof) French for philosopher. Applied to all intellectuals – writers, journalists, economists, and social reformers.
Hosted by… David Leggett Click to begin.. Click here for Final Jeopardy.
The American Revolution Who Am I?. 1. ___________ was appointed commander of the Continental Army in June, 1775.
I. Colonial America and the American Revolution. 1.The British established the oldest European settlements in the New World. False False The Portuguese.
CHAPTER 12 LESSON 3 Exploration and Worldwide trade.
THIS IS With Host... Your A Mercantilism B Capitalism C Exploration D Technology E Mercantilism/ Capitalism 2.0 F Vocabulary.
THIS IS With Host... Your Colonization Revolution Nation on the Rise Seeds of Division Civil War and Reconstruction Potpourri.
Chapter 17. Middle Ages Educated Europeans took a more intense look at the world Many relied on ancient facts versus natural facts Stimulating Curiosity.
Jeopardy It’s A Date Where is my GPS? Time for the Main Event Law Abiding Citizen A bit of this and that Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200.
Jeopardy Enlightenment Ideas The Revolution Potpourri $100 $200 $300 $400 $ $100 $200 $300 $300 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 Final Jeopardy People of.
THIS IS With Host... Your Europeans in North America The French & Indian War A Troubled Frontier & Tensions Grow The American.
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Begin $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 BattlesUSContinentalsGov.PlethoraBookOfActs.
EstatesRevolutionNapoleon Napoleon’s Downfall Even More Napoleon
Scientific Revolution The Enlightenment philosophes.
Jeopardy PeoplePlaces Documents Terms History Mystery Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
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.
Underlying Causes of the American Revolution!. Mercantilism An economic system, like capitalism –Two goals: Exports! Obtain as much precious metals (GOLD!)
Click to begin. Make your wager Draw the Multi-Flow Map and fill it in. Corrupt leadership 3 rd Estate resentment of the 1 st & 2 nd Estates Enlightenment.
Chapter 25 Section 1 The Cold War Begins Section 2 The American Revolution Describe the European colonial presence in North America. Trace the development.
How much power should the government have? After the Reformation, the Church lost power and the monarchs around Europe gained power The Age.
GovernmentGovernment Click Here to PLAY Click Here to PLAY.
Vocab. Absolute monarch: kings or queens who held all of the power within their states’ boundaries. Divine right: idea that God created the monarchy.
Bell Ringer: MondayBell Ringer: Monday –What do you know about colonization (exploration)? –I have your quizzes. Please track your progress.
Study Guide for Unit 2 The History of Europe. 1. Why did the Portuguese want to find a route around Africa to Asia??
Colonial Economics. In Review - Chapter 1 and 2 Pangaea – the emergence and evolution of two ecologically different continents Human Migration – the movement.
Critical Vocabulary Unit 4. Absolute Monarchy A monarchy in which the ruler has absolute power and was thought to be ordained by God (Divine Right).
AMERICA BEFORE THE CIVIL WAR. Americans before Columbus.
THIS IS With Host... Your Enlightening Ideas Important People Royal Pains War and Pieces Statesmen New and Old Groups.
Ch. 2, Sect. 4—Exploring North America Main Idea Rivalries between countries, the search for a Northwest Passage to Asia, and early trading activities.
THIS IS With Host... Your So, you want a Revolution? Plymouth Rocked Yo ;) Is that a wig… Or are you just happy to see me? Who.
Unit 5 Review Global 10. The Scientific Revolution The Scientific Revolution began during the Renaissance. It was a movement that rejected traditional.
Mercantilism & The Triangular Trade. Mercantilism Mercantilism- The process in which raw materials would be bought cheaply, refined and sold back to the.
Global History Review. Map of Political Revolutions.
Lesson 1 1. The Declaration proclaimed equal rights for all men, access to public office based on talent, an end to the nobles' and clergy's exemptions.
Chapter 4: Growth of the Colonies Don’t Forget... Contestants.
With your host Mr. Bass!! Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin.
Colonial Empires and the American Revolution. Colonialism spreads… What is colonialism? What is colonialism? See overheads.
Ch. 18 answer key. What two things did Newton’s laws show? Newton’s laws showed that with good information people can correctly predict the movement.
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