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  • 1. THIS IS Jeopardy
  • 2. With Host... Your
  • 3. 100 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500 500 Jobs Everyday Life Slavery People Places Potpourri Jeopardy
  • 4. This person made barrels out of wood and iron. A 100
  • 5. What is a Cooper? A 100
  • 6. This person made maps and marked boundary lines. A 200
  • 7. What is a Surveyor? A 200
  • 8. This person ground corn and wheat into flour. A 300
  • 9. What is a Miller? A 300
  • 10. This person traded goods with England and other countries. A 400
  • 11. What is a Merchant? A 400
  • 12. This person made and repaired iron goods, such as horseshoes, axes, gun parts, and nails. A 500
  • 13. What is a Blacksmith? A 500
  • 14. This was one disadvantage of being an apprentice B 100
  • 15. What is rarely getting a day off ? B 100
  • 16. This is what schools were like in colonial times. B 200
  • 17. They had one-room schoolhouses with one teacher and students from many different grade levels and ages together B 200
  • 18. This movement/event revived people’s interest in religion. B 300
  • 19. What is “The Great Awakening” B 300
  • 20. This term is used to describe how small towns were able to rely on themselves. B 400
  • 21. What is “self-sufficient” ? B 400
  • 22. These were the three subjects that children learned in school. B 500
  • 23. What are reading, writing, and arithmetic (math) ? B 500
  • 24. Slaves in the South worked on these very large farms that usually grew only one crop. C 100
  • 25. What are plantations? C 100
  • 26. These helped slaves keep their African culture alive and keep their spirits up. C 200
  • 27. What are instruments, such as banjos and drums? C 200
  • 28. During this event in South Carolina in 1739, slaves rebelled against owners, resulting in the death of 25 whites and the execution of many slaves. C 300
  • 29. What is the Stono Rebellion ? C 300
  • 30. DAILY DOUBLE C 400 DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager
  • 31. These are 2 reasons that slavery grew more rapidly in the South than in the North. C 400
  • 32. What are: Southern plantations needed slaves to do all the work so slavery increased in the south; meanwhile, slaves in the North had more opportunities to improve their lives and even buy their own freedom ? C 400
  • 33. These are some (3) ways that slaves resisted slavery. C 500
  • 34. What are: slaves worked slowly, broke tools, pretended to be sick, and tried to escape ? C 500
  • 35. This famous American founded the first public library, first volunteer fire department, first newspaper, and first hospital in the 13 Colonies. D 100
  • 36. Who was Benjamin Franklin? D 100
  • 37. This printer was accused of printing lies and thrown in jail. His experience helped lead to “Freedom of the Press.” D 200
  • 38. Who was John Peter Zenger? D 200
  • 39. Elizabeth Lucas Pinckney was successful at growing this southern crop used to make blue dye. D 300
  • 40. What is indigo? D 300
  • 41. George Whitefield was a preacher who helped lead this religious movement. D 400
  • 42. What is “The Great Awakening” ? D 400
  • 43. This slave wrote down his experiences when he was 69 years old. He was captured and enslaved when he was just 6 years old. D 500
  • 44. Who was Venture Smith? D 500
  • 45. By the middle of the 1700s, this was the largest city in the 13 Colonies. E 100
  • 46. What is Philadelphia? E 100
  • 47. The Middle Colonies were known by this nickname because they grew and shipped flour to other colonies. E 200
  • 48. What is “The Breadbasket of the Colonies” ? E 200
  • 49. This was the most important building in a colonial New England town. E 300
  • 50. What is the meeting house? E 300
  • 51. This region made its money from timber, fish, and furs. E 400
  • 52. What is the New England region? E 400
  • 53. This was the first college in the colonies and it is still in existence today. E 500
  • 54. What is Harvard University? E 500
  • 55. One of the following is NOT a cash crop of the Southern Colonies: rice, tobacco, wheat, or indigo. F 100
  • 56. What is wheat? F 100
  • 57. This is the reason that most colonists wanted to leave Europe and come to the New World. F 200
  • 58. What is to escape religious persecution and find religious freedom? F 200
  • 59. In colonial times, this was the only book to sell more copies than Poor Richard’s Almanak F 300
  • 60. What is the Bible? F 300
  • 61. Slaves contributed this to society during colonial times. F 400
  • 62. What is their variety of skills, which could be used in cities and on plantations? F 400
  • 63. These are some (3) things that colonial children did for fun. F 500
  • 64. What are: play games, such as tag and Nine Man Morris; read from Poor Richard’s Almanac; make dolls. F 500
  • 65. The Final Jeopardy Category is: Colonial Regions Please record your wager. Click on screen to begin
  • 66. These are the important products of the New England, Middle, and Southern Colonies. Click on screen to continue
  • 67.
    • What are:
    • The New England Colonies produced fish, timber, and ships.
    • The Middle Colonies produced wheat and iron.
    • The Southern Colonies produced tobacco, rice, and indigo.
    Click on screen to continue
  • 68. Thank You for Playing Jeopardy! Game Designed By C. Harr-MAIT