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3 Oakland Elementary Edition

4 Geography

5 Economics

6 Miscellaneous

7 Native Americans

8 Government

9 Who am I?

10 Jeopardy GeographyEconomics Miscellaneous Native Americans Government Who am I? 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 Final Jeopardy

11 Not all states have the same natural resources or grow the same products. Which resource or product would be found in Georgia, but not in Massachusetts? a.fish b.lumber c.vegetables d.cotton $100 Question Geography

12 D. Cotton $100 Answer Geography

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14 The Rocky Mountains are a physical feature located primarily in the a.Northeast b.West c.Midwest d.Southeast $200 Question Geography

15 B. West $200 Answer Geography

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17 In the late 1700’s and early 1800’s, Southern plantation owners felt they needed many more slaves. One of the MAIN reasons was the invention of the? a.telegraph b.cotton gin c.Steamboat d.McCormick Reaper $300 Question Geography

18 B. cotton gin $300 Answer Geography

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20 During the Renaissance, Europeans learned about a navigation tool called an astrolabe from North Africans. Which best describes the effect of the astrolabe? a.It allowed ideas to spread across Europe. b.Shipbuilders could build much bigger ships. c.It enabled explorers to travel farther than ever before. d.It provided sailors a way to defend their ships from cannon fire. $400 Question Geography

21 C. It enabled explorers to travel farther than ever before. $400 Answer Geography

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23 Farming was difficult in New England. Most farmers could only grow just enough crops to feed their families. Because farming was so difficult, some colonists looked for other ways to earn a living. Which of the following became a major industry for New Englanders? a. sugar b. spices c. cotton d. shipbuilding $500 Question Geography

24 D. shipbuilding $500 Answer Geography

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26 Gold was discovered in California in 1849. What did this discovery cause? a.The southern states to leave the Union. b.The British to raise taxes. c.Native Americans to move off reservations. d.Many people to move to the West. $100 Question Economics

27 D. Many people to move to the West. $100 Answer Economics

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29 Daily Double

30 Americans Indians taught European settlers how to grow a.rice. b.sugar. c.tea. d.corn. Daily Double Question

31 D. corn. Daily Double Answer

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33 In the late 1400’s and 1500’s, the primary motivation for the European voyages of exploration was a.An attempt to improve the navigation skills of Portuguese sailors. b.The need to find new sources of tine and wool. c.The desire to establish foreign colonies to relieve overpopulation. d.The desire to find new trade routes to China and the East Indies. $300 Question Economics

34 D. The desire to find new trade routes to China and the East Indies. $300 Answer Economics

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36 The women who arrived in the English colonies in the 1700’s were important even though they could NOT? a. Raise the children. b. Work in the fields. c. Learn to read. d. Vote in elections. $400 Question Economics

37 D. Vote in elections. $400 Answer Economics

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39 Toys usually cost more before the holidays because a. More people want them. b. Fewer people want them. c. They cost more to make in the winter. d. Store owners only have sales during the summer. $500 Question Economics

40 A. More people want them. $500 Answer Economics

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42 During the 1860’s a telegraph cable was laid across the Atlantic Ocean. What happened as a result? a. Ships stopped carrying mail between the two continents. b. People on the two continents could now communicate in two days. c. People on the two continents could now communicate almost instantly. d. Plans were made to lay a telegraph cable across the Pacific Ocean. $100 Question Miscellaneous

43 C. People on the two continents could now communicate almost instantly. $100 Answer Miscellaneous

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45 The Oregon Trail was a a. Path taken by American Indians forced west in 1800’s. b. Route on the Underground Railroad for escaped slaves. c. Route taken be many settlers who traveled Northwest in the 1840’s. d. Border between territory help by Great Britain and the United States. $200 Question Miscellaneous

46 C. Route taken be many settlers who traveled Northwest in the 1840’s. $200 Answer Miscellaneous

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48 The Constitution of the United States divides the powers of government among three branches. It also provided a way for each branch to check (control) and balance the other branches. Which of the following is an example of checks and balances? a. The President vetoes a bill; Congress overrides the veto. b. The national government gives money to the states for school lunches. c. The president signs a treaty limiting nuclear weapons. d. The national government works with state governments to build roads. $300 Question Miscellaneous

49 a. The President vetoes a bill: Congress overrides the veto. $300 Answer Miscellaneous

50 Return

51 Patrick Henry was a famous American Colonist who said, “Give me liberty or give me death.” Which group would have supported Patrick Henry? a. Loyalist b. Patriots c. Tories d. Nationals $400 Question Miscellaneous

52 B. Patriots $400 Answer Miscellaneous

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54 In colonial times, workers were needed in the American colonies. In England, there were also people who wanted to come to the New World, but they could not pay for the trip. The following is an example of what might have happened. In 1741, Mr. Thompson paid for Sal’s trip across the Atlantic. In return, Sal agreed to work for him for seven years. Sal would then be a.a farmer. b.an artisan. c.a landowner. d.an indentured servant. $500 Question Miscellaneous

55 D. an indentured servant. $500 Answer Miscellaneous

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57 How did the American Indians help the Pilgrims when they first arrived? a. They helped the Pilgrims grow food. b. They built houses for the Pilgrims. c. They taught the Pilgrims their religion. d. They helped the Pilgrims explore the Pacific coast. $100 Question Native Americans

58 A. They helped the Pilgrims grow food. $100 Answer Native Americans

59 Return

60 In 1621, the Pilgrims learned how to plant corn and where to fish and hunt. They were taught by a Native American named Squanto, from the Wampanoag tribe. What was the effect of the Pilgrims learning from Squanto? a. They started wearing Native American clothes. b. They begun to change their religion. c. Life became more difficult for the Pilgrims. d. The Pilgrims had a good harvest and celebrated the first Thanksgiving. $200 Question Native Americans

61 D. The Pilgrims had a good harvest and celebrated the first Thanksgiving. $200 Answer Native Americans

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63 Most people in the Southern colonies made their living by? a. Iron mining b. fishing c. farming d. shipbuilding $300 Question Native Americans

64 C. farming $300 Answer Native Americans

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66 Many Native American tribes on the Great Plains were nomadic (moving from place to place). Many moved because they a. found new areas with gold and silver. b. followed and hunted the buffalo herds. c. needed new lands for farming. d. were looking for better trade routes $400 Question Native Americans

67 B. followed and hunted the buffalo herds. $400 Answer Native Americans

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69 In the 1500’s and 1600’s European stated settlements in the “New World.” The settlers met Native Americans. What happened to the number of Native Americans as a result? a. Many Native Americans died because of sickness brought by the Europeans. b. The number of Native Americans grew due to better medical care. c. Many Native Americans dies because of natural disasters such as floods and storms. d. The number of Native Americans grew due to better supply of food. $500 Question Native Americans

70 A. Many Native Americans died because of sickness brought by the Europeans. $500 Answer Native Americans

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72 Which right is listed in the Bill of Rights? a. The right to work. b. The right to a house. c. The right to worship. d. The right to free health care. $100 Question Government

73 C. The right to worship. $100 Answer Government

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75 How might a bill that passes the Congress be defeated? a. The Senate vetoes it. b. The president vetoes it. c. The public vetoes it. d. The states veto it. $200 Question Government

76 B. The President vetoes it. $200 Answer Government

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78 The document that contains the basic rules used to run the Untied States government is a. The Declaration of Independence b. The Magna Carta c. The Mayflower Compact d. The Constitution $300 Question Government

79 D. The Constitution $300 Answer Government

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81 What is the purpose of the Bill of Rights? a. To say how much Americans should pay in taxes. b. To protect freedoms like freedom of speech. c. To describe the jobs of the President and Congress. d. To make Washington D. C., the capital of the United States. $400 Question Government

82 B. To protect freedoms like freedom of speech. $400 Answer Government

83 Return

84 Why is it important for citizens of the United States to vote for a President? a. To make sure that everyone gets a job. b. To make sure they are counted in the census. c. To help elect the person most people want. d. To show that people are obeying the law. $500 Question Government

85 C. To help elect the person most people want. $500 Answer Government

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87 The following statements describe a famous American colonist and patriot. He was the principal author of the Declaration of Independence. He was a delegate from Virginia in the Second Continental Congress. He was the third president of the United States. He doubled the size of the United States by the Louisiana Purchase. He sent Lewis and Clarke on the Corps of Discovery Expedition to map out the lands west of the Mississippi River. a. Benjamin Franklin b. Thomas Paine c. Thomas Jefferson d. John Adams $100 Question Who am I?

88 C. Thomas Jefferson $100 Answer Who am I?

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90 The following statements describe a famous American colonist and patriot. He was a general during the American Revolutionary War. He first fought for the Continental Army but defected to the British Army. He was charged with treason against the American government. a. Benedict Arnold b. Thomas Paine c. Thomas Jefferson d. John Adams $200 Question Who am I?

91 A. Benedict Arnold $200 Answer Who am I?

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93 The following statements describe a famous American colonist and patriot. He was a delegate for Massachusetts in the First Continental Congress. He assisted in the drafting of the Declaration of Independence. He defended the British soldiers in the “Boston Massacre” because he believed the colonies could hold a fair trial. a. Benjamin Franklin b. Thomas Paine c. Thomas Jefferson d. John Adams $300 Question Who am I?

94 D. John Adams $300 Answer Who am I?

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96 The following statements describe a famous American colonist and patriot. He was an English American author, pamphleteer, radical, inventor, and revolutionary. He wrote a pamphlet that made sense to the common person. His pamphlet sold over 500,00 copies in British colonial America. a. Benjamin Franklin b. Thomas Paine c. Thomas Jefferson d. John Adams $400 Question Who am I?

97 B. Thomas Paine $400 Answer Who am I?

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99 The following statements describe a famous American colonist and patriot. He first became known as a printer in Philadelphia. He invented many things like a better stove and eyeglasses. He did experiments with the electricity in lightning. He helped write the treaty that ended the Revolutionary War. a. Benjamin Franklin b. Thomas Paine c. Thomas Jefferson d. John Adams $500 Question Who am I?

100 A. Benjamin Franklin $500 Answer Who am I?

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102 Government Final Jeopardy Topic

103 An Important feature of democracy in the United States is that citizens have many rights. What is one right that U.S. citizens can exercise only if they are at least 18 years old? Final Jeopardy Question

104 Voting in local, state, and national elections. Final Jeopardy Answer

105 Keep studying to get ready for the CRCT! You can do anything you set out to do!

106 Thank You for Playing!


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