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Jeopardy review game
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  • 1. Jeopardy This IS
  • 2.  
  • 3. Religions and themes
  • 4. China & Japan (1000-1400 AD)
  • 5. Global Exploration
  • 6. The Renaissance
  • 7. Feudalism, then Nation-States
  • 8. Reformation & Revolution
  • 9. Type Subject #1 Here Type Subject #2 Here Type Subject #3 Here Type Subject #4 Here Type Subject #5 Here Type Subject #6 Here $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 Religions &Themes Global Exploration The Renaissance Feudalism to Nation-States China & Japan Reformation & Revolution
  • 10. Buddhism did not become a major religion in India because this religion was already dominant there. *Clue- This is the oldest of the 5 main world religions.
  • 11. What is Hinduism?
  • 12. This religion made its way to parts of West Africa due to trans-saharan trade.
  • 13. What is Islam?
  • 14. This was the dominant religion of feudal Europe.
  • 15. What is Christianity?
  • 16. This theme would best fit the emergence of Islam in Africa.
  • 17. What is “there have been interactions between cultures?
  • 18. This church had political and social control over Europe during the Feudal era.
  • 19. What is the Roman Catholic Church?
  • 20. This group of people are Asian in origin & were known for adopting the culture of the regions they conquered.
  • 21. Who are the Mongols?
  • 22. During the “warring states” period of this country, firearms were introduced by the Europeans.
  • 23. What is Japan? (during the period of feudalism)
  • 24. This dynasty of China collapsed after the death of its 1 st emperor due to invaders conquering from the north.
  • 25. What is the Ch’in dynasty?
  • 26. This is the Japanese counterpart to a European Knight during the feudal era.
  • 27. What is a samurai?
  • 28. China adopted this political policy in the 1400’s due to their world view .
  • 29. What is Isolationism?
  • 30. This is the name for a region that possessed the ability to conduct overseas exploration in the 1400’s.
  • 31. What is a power center?
  • 32. The compass, sexton and triangular sails are all examples of this.
  • 33. What are technological advancements? (that made overseas exploration possible)
  • 34. Obtaining raw materials, religious zeal, scientific knowledge and political influence are all examples of this.
  • 35. What are reasons or motives for exploration?
  • 36. This region took the lead of overseas exploration in the 1400’s.
  • 37. What is Europe?
  • 38. This is the best historical theme to describe China’s policy of Isolationism.
  • 39. What is Theme #6 (Acquisition/Loss of Power?)
  • 40. This factor allowed Italy to serve as a trading center for Western Europe.
  • 41. What is Italy’s geographic position in the Mediterranean Sea?
  • 42. This word is a synonym for worldly.
  • 43. What is secular?
  • 44. Classical Greek and Roman culture helped to inspire this movement, which focused on human potential .
  • 45. What is Humanism?
  • 46. During the Middle Ages, art tended to focus on divine subjects. Define divine.
  • 47. What is Holy or Religious?
  • 48. This historical figure is often referred to as the ultimate Renaissance Man because he was talented in so many areas.
  • 49. Who is Leonardo di Vinci?
  • 50. Within this economic system peasants were given land, a home and most importantly protection in exchange for agricultural labor.
  • 51. What is the manor system or manorialism?
  • 52. The bubonic plague, the Renaissance & the rise of towns and merchants all have this in common.
  • 53. What are reasons feudalism died in Europe?
  • 54. As feudalism died out in Europe, this starts to emerge as the next powerful system of governance.
  • 55. What are powerful nation-states? (With less control from the R.C.C.)
  • 56. This Monarch was one of the firsts to stand up against the R.C.C. and officially broke away.
  • 57. Who is King Henry the VIII?
  • 58. Daily Double!!
  • 59. This man is credited with starting the Protestant Reformation.
  • 60. Who is Martin Luther?
  • 61. In an attempt to reaffirm their power, the R.C.C. responded with this council.
  • 62. What is the Council of Trent?
  • 63. Similar to the Protestant Reformation, this event of the 1500’s greatly challenged the authority of the R.C.C.
  • 64. What is the Scientific Revolution?
  • 65. This was the main point of disagreement between Galileo and the R.C.C.
  • 66. What is the heliocentric vs. the geocentric theory?
  • 67. Galileo was forced to do this in order to avoid being tortured.
  • 68. What is recant his scientific findings?
  • 69. This is the commonality between Martin Luther, John Calvin & Ignacius Loyola.
  • 70. What is the teaching that Christianity is based on the teachings of Jesus Christ?
  • 71. Final Jeopardy Category: Line of Best Fit
  • 72. What is the slope of the data below?
  • 73. The Answer

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