Presentation on theme: "Road to Revolution Content by: Sarah Zach, Tatem Kingsbury, and Jayda Swenson Template Design by: Mark Geary People British Acts Important Documents Constitutional."— Presentation transcript:
$300 Question from H2 Act passed by Parliament in the 1766 that declared or stated that Parliament had the right and authority to make laws for the colonies in all cases and any acts of colonial assemblies were null and void.
$300 Answer from H2 What is the Declaratory Act?
$400 Question from H2 Series of laws passed by Parliament in 1767, establishing indirect tax on goods imported from Britain by the British colonies in North America.
$500 Question from H2 Series of acts by Parliament in 1774 to punish the colonists fro Boston Tea Party; these acts closed the port of Boston until colonists paid for tea, made changes to Massachusetts government, lodged British troops with colonists, and let British officials charged with murder go on in trial in England.
$500 Answer from H2 What are the Coercive Acts or Intolerable Acts?
$100 Question from H3 The document that lists the reasons Americans wanted to be free of English Rule. Written by James Madison
$100 Answer from H3 What is the Declaration of Independence
$200 Question from H3 The second written plan of government for the United States that explains the powers and duties of the government.
$300 Question from H3 The first 10 amendments to the Constitution.
$300 Answer from H3 What is the Bill of Rights?
$400 Question from H3 The first written plan of government for the United States.
$400 Answer from H3 What is the Articles of Confederation?
$500 Question from H3 Agreement to end the Revolutionary War and recognize the United States as an independent nation
$500 Answer from H3 What is the Treaty of Paris of 1783?
$100 Question from H4 The meeting in 1787 at which the United States Constitution was written.
$100 Answer from H4 What is the Constitutional Convention?
$200 Question from H4 This plan recommended a bicameral (having two legislative chambers or houses) congress with representatives assigned based on state populations. This large state plan gave advantage to more populated states. It also called for three branches of government.
$300 Question from H4 This plan had the support of the small states. This plan recommended three branches of government and a unicameral (one-chamber or house) congress with equal representation as under the Articles of Confederation.
$300 Answer from H4 What is the New Jersey Plan?
$400 Question from H4 This plan called for a bicameral congress with representation in a lower house, the House of Representatives, and an upper house, the Senate. This plan also recommended three branches of government.
$400 Answer from H4 What is known as the Great Compromise or the Connecticut Plan?
$500 Question from H4 This compromise allowed five slaves to be counted as three residents for the purpose of deciding representation and assessing taxes, the setting of taxes or fees.
$500 Answer from H4 What is the Three-Fifths Compromise?
$100 Question from H5 Act of vandalism in 1773 by the Sons of Liberty, who threw 342 chests (15,000 pounds) of tea owned by the East India Tea Company into Boston Harbor to protest the Tea Act.
$100 Answer from H5 What is the Boston Tea Party?
$200 Question from H5 Event in 1770 when colonists threw rocks and snowballs at British troops to harass them, which resulted in the death of five colonists when the British soldiers fired into the crowd.
$200 Answer from H5 What is the Boston Massacre?
$300 Question from H5 First battle in the American Revolutionary War in a town in northeast Massachusetts on April 19, 1775; 700 British troops were met by 70 minutemen, resulting in the killing of eight Americans and the wounding of 10.
$300 Answer from H5 What is the Battle of Lexington?
$400 Question from H5 Last major battle of the war; led to the surrender of British troops in 1781
$400 Answer from H5 What is the Battle of Yorktown?
$500 Question from H5 Fighting during the American Revolution outside of Boston; British won when colonists ran out of ammunition, but the British left Boston shortly afterward.
$500 Answer from H5 What is the battle of Bunker Hill (Breed’s Hill)?
Final Jeopardy Fighting in upstate New York during the American Revolution in 1777; considered the turning point of the war because the French joined with the Americans as a result of their win here.
Final Jeopardy Answer What is the Battle of Saratoga?