Jeopardy: AmericanSymbols, Lana Chakhaia, Zugdidi #4

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Jeopardy Game for teaching American Symbols

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National Symbols Lana Chakhaia

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Statue of Liberty Flag /symbols Mount Rushmore 10 20 30 40 50 40 30 20 10 50 50 40 30 20 10

Topic 1 – 10 Points:

Topic 1 – 10 Points QUESTION: Which country gave the statue of Liberty to the U.S. ? ANSWER: FRANCE

Topic 1 – 20 Points:

Topic 1 – 20 Points QUESTION: Where is the Statue of Liberty located? ANSWER: New York City

Topic 1 – 30 Points:

Topic 1 – 30 Points QUESTION: What is the name of the island the Statue of Liberty is located on? ANSWER: Liberty Island

Topic 1 – 40 Points:

Topic 1 – 40 Points QUESTION: What does she hold? ANSWER: Torch and a tablet

Topic 1 – 50 Points:

Topic 1 – 50 Points QUESTION: What is the Statue of Liberty a symbol of? ANSWER: Liberty, freedom

Topic 2 – 10 Points:

Topic 2 – 10 Points QUESTION: How many stars are there on the flag? ANSWER: 50 stars

Topic 2 – 20 Points:

Topic 2 – 20 Points QUESTION: What do 13 stripes represent? ANSWER: 13 original colonies

Topic 2 – 30 Points:

Topic 2 – 30 Points QUESTION: What is the national bird for the USA? ANSWER: Bald Eagle

Topic 2 – 40 Points:

Topic 2 – 40 Points QUESTION: What does the eagle symbolize? ANSWER: strength and freedom

Topic 2 – 50 Points:

Topic 2 – 50 Points QUESTION: Where can you find an eagle symbol? ANSWER: on a dollar bill, a quarter, stamps and the great seal

Topic 3 – 10 Points:

Topic 3 – 10 Points QUESTION: Who/what are carved into Mount Rushmore? ANSWER: 4 Presidents

Topic 3 – 20 Points:

Topic 3 – 20 Points QUESTION: Who are the 4 presidents on Mount Rushmore? ANSWER: George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, Abraham Lincoln

Topic 3 – 30 Points:

Topic 3 – 30 Points QUESTION: Where is Mount Rushmore located? ANSWER: South Dakota

Topic 3 – 40 Points:

Topic 3 – 40 Points QUESTION: Which of the four President's heads was carved first? ANSWER: George Washington

Topic 3 – 50 Points:

Topic 3 – 50 Points QUESTION: Who was Charles Rushmore? ANSWER: A lawyer from New York Charles Rushmore visited the area to check some mining titles for a local mining promoter in 1885. The mountain was jokingly named after him by his guide, when the latter was asked about the mountain's original name.

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