1776 Jeopardy Game

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1776 Jeopardy Game

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Jeopardy

JEOPARDY!:

Click Once to Begin JEOPARDY! Review Game

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The Adams

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Franklin & Jefferson

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Delegations

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Issues & Compromises

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Support or Oppose

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Trivia

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John Adams $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 Thomas Jefferson Delegations Trivia Support or Oppose Issues & Compromises

1-100:

Adams believes Congress is wasting time discussing unimportant matters. $100 1-100 1 - 100

1-100A:

Why is John Adams so upset with Congress? $100 1-100A 1 - 100

1-200:

Obnoxious and disliked! $200 1-200

1-200A:

What does Congress Think of John Adams? $200 1-200A 1 - 100

1-300:

Pins and Saltpetre for gunpowder $300 1-300

1-300A:

What John & Abigail request from each other $300 1-300A 1 - 100

1-400:

Along with Adams Franklin, Jefferson, Sherman, and Livingston make up this committee $400 1-400

1-400A:

What is the Delcaration Committee? $400 1-400A 1 - 100

1-500:

Other Delegate from Massachussettes who also served as president of the Congress $500 1-500

1-500A:

Who is John Hancock? $500 1-500A 1 - 100

2-100:

This delegate from Virginia wrote the Delcaration of Independence $100 2-100 1 - 100

2-100A:

Who is Thomas Jefferson? $100 2-100A 1 - 100

2-200:

This Delegate from PA, famous for his inventions and wit. $200 2-200

2-200A:

Who is Benjamin Franklin? $200 2-200A 1 - 100

2-300:

To Place before Mankind the common sense of the subject in terms so plain and firm so as to command their assent. $300 2-300

2-300A:

What is the purpose of the Declaration, according to Jefferson? $300 2-300A 1 - 100

2-400:

From Nature $400 2-400

2-400A:

Where does the right to be free come from, according to Jefferson? $400 2-400A 1 - 100

2-500:

Homes entered without warrent, free assembly denied, jury trial not allowed. $500 2-500

2-500A:

What are freedoms, Jefferson says, in America, that have already been violated $500 2-500A 1 - 100

3-100:

Stephen Hopkins, Loves his rum! $100 3-100 1 - 100

3-100A:

What is Rhode Island? $100 3-100A 1 - 100

3-200:

Lewis Morris, Robert Livingston The Colony always abstains courteously $200 3-200

3-200A:

What is New York? $200 3-200A 1 - 100

3-300:

Roger Sherman our very own delegate $300 3-300

3-300A:

What is Connecticut? $300 3-300A 1 - 100

3-400:

Edward Rutledge, defender of slavery. $400 3-400

3-400A:

What is South Carolina? $400 3-400A 1 - 100

3-500:

Rev. John Witherspoon arrives late but in time to cast deciding vote to discuss Independence $500 3-500

3-500A:

What is New Jersey? $500 3-500A 1 - 100

4-100:

John Dickenson objects to the use of this term in describing King George III. Jefferson refuses to remove it. $100 4-100 1 - 100

4-100A:

What is Tyrant? $100 4-100A 1 - 100

4-200:

The entire Southern delegations walked out of Congress due to the this controversial issue. $200 4-200

4-200A:

What is Slavery? $200 4-200A 1 - 100

4-300:

"No colony should be torn from the mother country without giving her consent." Dickenson's reason the vote should be... $300 4-300

4-300A:

What is Unanimous? $300 4-300A 1 - 100

4-400:

This unlikely delegate breaks the tie & supports making the vote Unanimous. "We all walk together, or Together we stay where we are." $400 4-400

4-400A:

Who is John Hancock? $400 4-400A 1 - 100

4-500:

Delegate & Judge from PA. Deciding vote for Independence. Did not want to be rembered as the man who stood in the way of Independence. $500 4-500

4-500A:

Who is Judge James Wilson? $500 4-500A 1 - 100

5-100:

John Hancock... the idea of Independence. $100 5-100 1 - 100

5-100A:

What is Supports? $100 5-100A 1 - 100

5-200:

New England Delegates... the idea of slavery. $200 5-200

5-200A:

What is opposes? $200 5-200A 1 - 100

5-300:

Ben Franklin... Royal Governor of New Jersey, his son. $300 5-300

5-300A:

$300 5-300A 1 - 100 What is opposes?

5-400:

John Dickenson... signing the Declaration $400 5-400

5-400A:

$400 5-400A 1 - 100 What is opposes?

5-500:

New England shippers... slave Trade $500 5-500

5-500A:

What is supports? $500 5-500A 1 - 100

6-100:

City where the Second Continental Congress convened. $100 6-100 1 - 100

6-100A:

What is Philadelphia, PA? $100 6-100A 1 - 100

He was :

He was appointed Commander & Chief of the Continental Army. $200 He was

6-200A:

Who is George Washington? $200 6-200A 1 - 100

6-300:

4 cubed - 8 = the number of signers of the Declaration. $300 6-300

6-300A:

What is Fifty-Six? $300 6-300A 1 - 100

6-400:

If Ben Franklin had his way... this bird bird would be America's symbol of Liberty. $400 6-400

6-400A:

What is the Turkey? $400 6-400A 1 - 100

6-500:

These three items made up the Triangle Trade. $500 6-500

6-500A:

What is molasses, rum, and slaves? $500 6-500A 1 - 100

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Final Jeopardy SLAVERY

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Final Jeopardy Click to begin. Jefferson resolved to do this to show that he believed that "all men are created equal."

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Contestants: Please put down your writing tools and wait for further instructions.

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What is free his slaves?

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That's all for today. Good luck on your test!

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