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Updated: April 2009 JEOPARDY U.S. to 1865 Geography World Government U.S. 1865+ 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 GAME RULESFINAL ROUND
- Jeopardy - This is one positive result of the Continental Armys winter at Valley Forge. Category A 100
- Jeopardy - What is becoming better trained? Category A 100
- Jeopardy - This religious group that settled Pennsylvania was known for promoting equality among classes and genders as well as practicing pacifism. Category A 200
- Jeopardy - Who were the Quakers? Category A 200
- Jeopardy - This church policy sought to increase the membership of the church in colonial New England, but without extending voting rights to those who lacked a conversion experience. Category A 300
- Jeopardy - What is the half-way covenant? Category A 300
- Jeopardy - This economic practice during the colonial period promoted a favorable balance of trade (export $>import $)for the mother country. Category A 400
- Jeopardy - What is merchantilism? Category A 400
- Jeopardy - This is colonial law forbade colonists from settling west of the Appalachian Mountains. Category A 500
- Jeopardy - What is Proclamation of 1763? Category A 500
- Jeopardy - This American cultural period boasts artists such as poet Langston Hughes. Category B 100
- Jeopardy - What is the Harlem Renaissance? Category B 100
- Jeopardy - This individual was the founder and first president of the American Federation of Labor. Category B 200
- Jeopardy - Who is Samuel Gompers? Category B 200
- Jeopardy - This amendment officially ended slavery in the U.S. Category B 300
- Jeopardy - What is the Thirteenth Amendment? Category B 300
- Jeopardy - This term was used for the writers who called attention to corruption and unsafe practices by U.S. industry and government. Category B 400
- Jeopardy - Who were the muckrakers? Category B 400
- Jeopardy - How much would you like to bet? DAILY DOUBLE
- Jeopardy - This general oversaw the rebuilding of Japan after WWII. Category B 500
- Jeopardy - Who is General Douglass MacArthur? Category B 500
- Jeopardy - This English monarch embraced Protestantism to obtain a divorce from his wife Catherine. Category C 100
- Jeopardy - Who is Henry VIII? Category C 100
- Jeopardy - This scientist expanded upon the work of Copernicus, showing the planets traveled in elliptical orbits rather than circular ones. Category C 200
- Jeopardy - Who was Kepler? Category C 200
- Jeopardy - How much would you like to bet? DAILY DOUBLE
- Jeopardy - This site was the end of Napoleans campaign to reestablish his empire in Europe. Category C 300
- Jeopardy - Category C 300 What is Waterloo?
- Jeopardy - Joseph Stalin used this as an attempt to increase Soviet industrial capacity, but it resulted in mass starvation for his people. Category C 400
- Jeopardy - What is Stalins Five Year Plan? Category C 400
- Jeopardy - During this WWII campaign, Hitler ordered daily bombings of British cities and airfields hoping to destroy the Royal Air Force before he invaded. Category C 500
- Jeopardy - What was the Battle of Britain? Category C 500
- Jeopardy - The requirement described is an example of this constitutional principle. Category D 100
- Jeopardy - What is rule of law? Category D 100
- Jeopardy - This factor could change a states representation in the House of Representatives. Category D 200
- Jeopardy - What is a change in population? Category D 200
- Jeopardy - This term describes the decision combining the New Jersey Plan and the Virginia Plan into the Connecticut Plan at the 1787 Constitutional Convention. Category D 300
- Jeopardy - What is the Great Compromise? Category D 300
- Jeopardy - These are formed by special interest groups to achieve political success that would be impossible without greater numbers. Category D 400
- Jeopardy - What are coalitions? Category D 400
- Jeopardy - This term describes a statement of the programs and policies of a political party. Category D 500
- Jeopardy - What is a platform? Category D 500
- Jeopardy - This is the term geographers use for a shared system of beliefs and customs within a society. Category E 100
- Jeopardy - What is Culture? Category E 100
- Jeopardy - This is the term is used by geographers when they divide places into groups based on physical features. Category E 200
- Jeopardy - What is a region? Category E 200
- Jeopardy - This term describes features that make up the Earths surface. Category E 300
- Jeopardy - What are landforms? Category E 300
- Jeopardy - Place your bets! DAILY DOUBLE
- Jeopardy - This is the primary reason many societies are established near rivers and oceans. DAILY DOUBLE
- Jeopardy - What are transportation and trade? Category E 400
- Jeopardy - This geographic term describes the concentration of people in a particular place. Category E 500
- Jeopardy - What is population density? Category E 500
- Jeopardy - Welcome to Jeopardy! The fun and sneaky way to review material for the upcoming test!
- Jeopardy - And now… a brief introduction to the RULES of the GAME…
- Jeopardy - Each group must: a) SIT TOGETHER, and b) Designate a SPEAKER who will respond to the prompts (You may NOT change speakers).
- Jeopardy - The game consists of FIVE categories, each containing FIVE questions
- Jeopardy - Questions are randomly arranged, NOT by degree of difficulty
- Jeopardy - Each speaker may select only ONE question per round
- Jeopardy - Once the selected question is posted on the screen, the SPEAKER of the team has 10 seconds to respond.
- Jeopardy - The speaker may consult with teammates before responding
- 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.
- Jeopardy - The response should be phrased in the FORM OF A QUESTION. (Words, phrases, and statements – even if correct – may be disqualified)
- Jeopardy - A CORRECT ANSWER earns the team the amount of points indicated on the jeopardy board.
- 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.
- Jeopardy - The number of points for the correct answer at this stage are the same as for the previous team.
- 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.
- 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.
- Jeopardy - Again, whispering is OK, but remember, LOUD TALKING and/or DISRUPTIONS DURING THE GAME may result in point loss for the entire team.
- Jeopardy - The judges decisions are FINAL and whining, pouting, and/or complaints will NOT BE ENTERTAINED…
- Jeopardy - Ready to play?
- Jeopardy - Final Jeopardy Topic: Wars You may wager up to the amount of points your team has earned. Write your wager on a piece of paper and submit it.
Updated: April 2009 Final Jeopardy Question This war made Andrew Jackson a national hero, led to the end of the Federalist Party, and marked the end of hostilities between the U.S. and Great Britain.
Updated: April 2009 Final Jeopardy Answer What is the War of 1812?