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Jeopardy wwii game

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  • 1. Directions
    • Students will be split into two groups.
    • Each group will pick a spokesperson who will say what the group wants for a topic and the answer after consulting with his or her team members.
    • To start, the spokesperson will call a number 1-10. The group closest to the number will go first.
    • That team has the question. If they can not answer the question, the other team has the choice to take the question. If the other team gets the question wrong, they will get points off.
  • 2. Jeopardy Choose a category. You will be given a question, so you will be providing the answer. Click to begin.
  • 3. Choose a point value. Choose a point value. Click here for Final Jeopardy
  • 4. Technology The Home front Holocaust 10 Point 20 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points 10 Point 10 Point 10 Point 10 Point 20 Points 20 Points 20 Points 20 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points 30 Points 30 Points 30 Points 40 Points 40 Points 40 Points 50 Points 50 Points 50 Points Allies vs. Axis Battles
  • 5.
    • Which event is generally considered to be the first aggressive act of World War II?
    • Germany’s occupation on Russia
    • Germany’s attack on Britain
    • Germany’s attack on Poland
    • Germany’s occupation of Austria
  • 6. (D) Germany’s occupation of Austria
  • 7.
    • What country did Germany invade on September 1, 1939?
    • France
    • Denmark
    • (C) Austria
    • (D) Poland
  • 8. (D) Poland
  • 9. What was Germany’s battle technique when invading Poland, Great Britain, Netherlands, and Russia?
  • 10. Blitzkrieg Click on picture to connect to website article
  • 11. D-day was also known as…?
  • 12. Operation Overlord BONUS: For each beach head you can recall, the group will get 10 points.
  • 13. Where did the Battle of the Bulge take place? a) The Ardennes Forest b) Northern Italy c) Normandy, France d) Germany
  • 14. a) The Ardennes Forest
  • 15. What does this image represent AND what was its use?
  • 16. Radar Its use was to detect airplanes and boats
  • 17. What were the V1 and V2? (A) Italian army battalions (B) German missiles (C) The two atomic bombs dropped on Japan (D) Nightclubs in Berlin
  • 18. (B) German missiles This is a V1 bomb aka a Buzz bomb
  • 19. What were two medical breakthroughs during WWII?
  • 20. Penicillin Atabrine (anti-malaria medicine) Blood transfusions
  • 21. What was the name of the secret atomic bomb project?
  • 22. The Manhattan Project
  • 23. What was its use?
  • 24. Inform soldiers about specific chemicals used in chemical warfare
  • 25. Germany?
  • 26. Axis Power
  • 27. Great Britain
  • 28. Allies
  • 29. Japan?
  • 30. Axis
  • 31. Canada?
  • 32. Allies
  • 33. France?
  • 34. Vichy France = Axis Liberated France = Allies
  • 35. What is rationing?
  • 36. Rationing is to restrict the amount of something, usually a commodity in short supply, that somebody is allowed to buy, consume, or use
  • 37. Name five items that were rationed.
  • 38.
    • Coffee
    • Meats
    • Cheese
    • Sugar
    • Gasoline
    • Rubber
    • Canned Goods
    • Typewriters
    • Metals
  • 39. What was the purpose of a victory garden?
  • 40. To grow your own food to help with rationing and conserving fresh foods
  • 41. What was Executive Order 9066?
  • 42. Roosevelt’s order to intern the Japanese-Americans living on the West coast
  • 43. Explain the cartoon.
  • 44. Appeasement: The political strategy of pacifying a potentially hostile nation in the hope of avoiding war, often by granting concessions
  • 45. Define holocaust
  • 46. Mass extermination of a race
  • 47. What groups of people were persecuted during the Holocaust?
  • 48. Jews Homosexuals Enemies of the state The disabled Gypsies (Roma) Slavic races Click here to watch a video
  • 49. What was Hitler’s name for the extermination of the Jews?
  • 50. The Final Solution
  • 51. Which came first – ghettos or concentration camps?
  • 52. Ghettos
  • 53. Identify Kristallnacht or “the night of the broken glass.”
  • 54.
    • It was in November of 1938. Jews were attacked and Jewish property was vandalized, over 7,000 Jewish shops and 1,668 synagogues (almost every synagogue in Germany) were damaged or destroyed.
  • 55. Final Jeopardy Make your wager
  • 56. What were two long term effects of World War Two?
  • 57. The creation of the UN Cold War The U.S. became a super power
  • 58. Images Slide 8: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Second_World_War_Europe.png Slide 10 http://www.secondworldwarhistory.com/imgs/blitzkrieg-1.jpg Slide 12: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/f/f4/1944_NormandyLST.jpg ; http://www.normandie44lamemoire.com/accueil/imagesaccueil/cartewagram.jpg Slide 14: http://www.cromwell-intl.com/travel/belgium/pictures/map-belgium.gif Slide 15: http://www.funkyjunkfrance.com/images/Radar.gif Slide 16: http://www.ww2sci-tech.org/exhibit/images/large/1.jpg Slide 18: http://www.fighterfactory.com/airworthy-aircraft/buzzbomb-v1.php Slide 20: http://www.ww2sci-tech.org/exhibit/images13/large/5.jpg ; http://www.ww2sci-tech.org/exhibit/images13/large/6.jpg ; http://www.nchealthandhealing.com/elements/media/topic-media/2_3_WWII_pencilllin_.jpg Slide 31 & 32: http://mysite.verizon.net/vzetqw5o/antiaxispropaganda/ Slide 37: http://www.legion.org/documents/legion/posters/912.jpg Slide 38: http://www.flickr.com/photos/27655120@N06/3996246108/ ; http://www.flickr.com/photos/forargyll/4485756949/ ; www.flickr.com/photos/atf300/2422233129/ ; http://www.crazywebsite.com/Free-Galleries-01/USA_Patriotic/Pictures_WWII_Posters_LG/World_War_II_Patriotic_Posters_USA_Conservation_Gas_1LG.jpg ; http://www.crazywebsite.com/Free-Galleries-01/USA_Patriotic/Pictures_WWII_Posters_LG/World_War_II_Patriotic_Posters_USA_Conservation_Tin_1LG.jpg ; http://www.vintagetypewritershoppe.com/i/TYPEWRITERS2888/P2022300.JPG ; http://www.bcc.cuny.edu/other/wach/topic9/scrap.jpg Slide 39: http://www.learnnc.org/lp/media/uploads/2009/10/ww1645-45_500.jpg Slide 41: http://www.legion.org/documents/legion/posters/914.jpg Slide 42: http://score.rims.k12.ca.us/activity/internment/image2.gif ; http://www.dock.net/green/internmentMochidafam.jpg Slide 44: http://orpheus.ucsd.edu/speccoll/dspolitic/Frame.htm Slide 52: http://www.ushmm.org/wlc/en/media_ph.php?ModuleId=10005059&MediaId=671 Slide 54: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/7/74/1938_Interior_of_Berlin_synagogue_after_Kristallnacht.jpg
  • 59. Explanation of PowerPoint
    • This World War II Jeopardy game could be used for a review after finishing a unit on World War II. Students seemed to really enjoy playing Jeopardy for a review. I would encourage students to write down the questions and answers to help them study for the test or quiz. Since I do not have curriculum in front of me to model the game after, the material is spread across all of the war. A teacher in a classroom may split up WWII into two chapters.
    • A Jeopardy game could also potentially serve as an introduction to test what students already know about the topic. Teachers could pause to explain a bit more about the topics if they are using it as a “What do you know” exercise. For this WWII Jeopardy game, I would probably insert a few more Youtube movies and links to other websites to show images to students.

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