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Lets get ready to play T.A.K.S. Review Jeopardy. Press here for Instructions Press here to begin the game. GAME # 1: Topics include – Principles and Rights of the Constitution / Influences upon the Constitution / American Revolution / Early United States History Press here for Final Jeopardy Instructions GARLAND INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
5 pts 10 pts 15 pts 20 pts 25 pts Burning Issues Just the Facts Please Influential Documents Principles of U.S. Government 5 pts 10 pts 15 pts 20 pts 25 pts We’ve Got Rights
These were formed to represent the interest of the colonist and weaken the Royal Governors PT
What were “colonial assemblies”?
This was a major complaint and slogan of the colonists with the regard to the actions of the British Parliament PT
What was “No Taxation Without Representation”?
This was passed to allow the British soldiers to demand housing in the homes of colonists PT
What was the Quartering Act?
A confrontation between South Carolina and President Andrew Jackson over the right of a state to disobey a federal law PT
What was the Nullification Crisis?
The biggest issue, aside from slavery, that led the south to secede from the United States PT
What was the “states’ rights” issue?
The author of the Declaration of Independence PT
Who was Thomas Jefferson?
This was the year that the Declaration of Independence was signed PT
What happened in 1776?
His fame as a military commander during the American Revolution led him to be elected to political office PT
Who was George Washington?
10 seconds (or click mouse to move on to the question) to declare how much you will risk on this question.
This is the year the current U.S. Constitution was adopted PT
What happened in 1787?
These are the dates the U.S. Civil War began and ended PT
What happened between 1861 and 1865?
This British document, signed in 1215, limited the king’s power and established the rule of law PT
What was the Magna Carta?
This document established the British Parliament and guaranteed certain rights such as freedom of speech PT
What was the English Bill of Rights?
Our first plan of government, written during the American Revolution PT
What were the Articles of Confederation?
These articles were distributed to persuade readers to support the ratification of the U.S. Constitution PT
What were the Federalist Papers?
This document summarized the claims American colonist had against the British King PT
What was the purpose of the Declaration of Independence
The principle that each branch of government has its own responsibilities and limitations PT
What is “separation of powers”?
The belief that the authority for government flows from the people to their representatives PT
What is popular sovereignty?
The idea that each branch of government exercises some control over the others ` PT
What is “checks and balances”?
The belief that power should be divided between the national and state government, limiting central power PT
What is federalism?
The idea that voters hold the power, but that they elect representatives to exercise that power for them PT
What is Republicanism?
“Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness” are examples of these PT
What are “unalienable rights”?
The first ten amendments to the U.S. Constitution are called this PT
What is the Bill of Rights?
Freedom of religion, of speech, of the press, of assembly, and to petition the government are all guaranteed by this PT
What is the First Amendment?
In order for democracy to survive, the founding fathers believed these two 1st amendment rights were essential PT
What are “freedom of speech and freedom of the press”?
This constitutional amendment banned slavery in the United States PT Final Jeopardy Re-View Final Jeopardy Instructions
What is the 13th Amendment?
Here is how you play: 1.DO NOT USE or ALLOW STUDENTS TO USE the mouse scroller. The slides are not in order and the game will not work that way. 2. There is a slightly darker, long, thin red box on the top of the main screen. It will return you to the opening slide should you desire to stop the current game but not the program. 3.First remember that for jeopardy you are given the answer and you must state the “question” in question form to get credit. Its backwards! 4. Choose the topic and point value you wish to attempt, and click on it with the mouse. You will have to keep your own scores. 5. Whenever you are ready to confirm the correct “question”, click on the “question” button on the bottom of the page to find out what it is 6. You will need some paper and something to write with 7. From that page to return back to main game playing screen click the “continue”button at the bottom of that page. 8. Once a button has been clicked that button is eliminated from the game. You will have to keep track of what you have clicked. Press this button when your ready to begin Press here for information on color coding
COLOR CODE: In addition to providing the point value in the bottom right hand corner, each slide in the game has a color based on how many points are scored by correctly identifying the question that goes with the answer given. This will help you identify the point value as the game goes along. Daily Double: The point value is determined by how many of his or her points the student wishes to risk. Press this button when your ready to begin the game Press here to go back to instructions
Your subject will be: U.S. Presidents ***You have 20 seconds (or click the mouse to begin) to decide how much to risk on final Jeopardy. You must write it down before the question comes up. Not Ready? Press here to go back
Among the first 6 U.S. Presidents. All but John Adams have this in common. Write down your answer on paper. You have until the song ends. Discuss the answers then when your ready click the question button to see who got it right.
What was being from the state of Virginia? We hope you enjoyed TAKS Jeopardy. To end the game press “esc” key. Or to go back to the main game slide, press the red button. Thanks for playing! Tally up your scores, and lets see who the winners is! Play Again
To begin final Jeopardy, click on the 25 point question of the topic on the right hand side of the slide of the main slide page. (In other words press the bottom right button on the main game slide). In the bottom right corner of that slide will be a button entitled “Final Jeopardy”. Press this button if you are ready to begin because it is based on a timer. The host of the game must ask the contestants for their wagers and “questions” before pushing the “Question” button. Press the button to get your answer. If they were correct, add the points. If they were incorrect, subtract the points. Add up the Score and you will have your winner or winners. BACK Press to see what the slide and button will look like
In the bottom right corner of that slide will be a button entitled “Final Jeopardy”. Press this button if you are ready to begin because it is based on a timer. The host of the game must ask the contestants for their wagers and “questions” before pushing the “Question” button. Press the button to get your answer. If they were correct, add the points. If they were incorrect, subtract the points. Add up the Score and you will have your winner or winners. BACK
I have blocked out the question so it is not given away Press this button ONLY when you are ready to begin Final Jeopardy! Opening Page BACK