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  • How to Play: Divide the students into six teams. Give each team a chalkboard or dry erase board or some other answer-writing object. Pick a team to start and have them pick a category and point number. Go to that question and have each of the teams write their answers on the boards. Give the number of points chosen to the teams that are correct. You can keep score in the boxes on the scoreboard slide. At the end of the game, go to the “Big Points” question and have all the teams write their answers. The “Big Points” question is worth 50 points. Whichever team has the most points at the end of the game wins!

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  • 2. NEXT Categories Spanish-American War Theodore Roosevelt Civil Rights and Women’s Suffrage Progressivism, Socialism, and Populism Imperialism
  • 3. Spanish-American War Theodore Roosevelt Civil Rights & Women’s Suffrage Progressivism, Socialism, & Populism Impericalism 5 10 15 20 25 5 5 10 15 20 25 5 10 15 20 25 5 10 15 20 25 10 15 20 25
  • 4. Back to Board There was a treaty that said that the U.S. would free Cuba and annex Guam and Puerto Rico. What major event did this treaty end? Answer The Spanish-American War Question
  • 5. Supporters of annexing the Philippines believed that they had a duty to teach the people there what? Answer To teach the “less civilized” people how to live properly Back to Board Question
  • 6. Question What amendment effectively made Cuba into an American protectorate? Answer The Platt Amendment Back to Board
  • 7. What act ended military rule in Puerto Rico and set up civil government? Answer The Foraker Act Back to Board Question
  • 8. Americans defeated Spain and took over the Philippines in the Spanish-American War. Are the Philippines still under American Rule? Answer No, they are an independent country Back to Board Question
  • 9. What event made Theodore Roosevelt become President? Answer The assassination of McKinley Back to Board Question
  • 10. What did Theodore Roosevelt win in 1906 for negotiating peace between Russia and Japan? Answer The Nobel Peace Prize Back to Board Question
  • 11. Did President Roosevelt establish the national forest and park systems to stimulate development of a tourist industry? If not, why did he do it? Answer No, he did it to manage the use of resources and control industrial development Back to Board Question
  • 12. What book led Roosevelt and Congress to approve changes in the meatpacking industry with the passage of the Pure Food and Drug Act? Answer The Jungle Back to Board Question
  • 13. What was Roosevelt’s actions once he started to believe that Taft had failed to live up to Progressive ideals? Answer He ran against him in the election of 1912 Back to Board Question
  • 14. What court case said that African-American education was supposed to be separate by equal? Answer Plessy v. Ferguson Back to Board Question
  • 15. Who believed that African-Americans should improve themselves economically before socially? Answer Booker T. Washington Back to Board Question
  • 16. What movement did W. E. B. Du Bois advocate for? Answer Civil Rights Back to Board Question
  • 17. Who alarmed many in the suffrage movement because she wanted to use protests to force suffrage? Answer Alice Paul Back to Board Question
  • 18. The work of _________ was completed with the ratification of the 19 th amendment. Answer Susan B. Anthony Back to Board Question
  • 19. James B. Weaver was the ________ candidate in 1892. Answer Populist Back to Board Question
  • 20. Who believe that government should own businesses? Answer Socialists Back to Board Question
  • 21. Progressive support reforms were intended to do what to workers? Answer Improve their lives and working conditions Back to Board Question
  • 22. The goal of progressive government was to do what for voters? Answer Give voters more control over government Back to Board Question
  • 23. By World War I, the _______ movement had ended. Answer Progressive Back to Board Question
  • 24. A group of planters supported by the United States Marines overthrew what island? Answer Hawaii Back to Board Question
  • 25. What president sent a naval expedition to Japan to force them to trade with the U.S.? Answer Franklin Pierce Back to Board Question
  • 26. Did a need for a new source of cheap labor stimulate U.S. imperialism? If not, what are some things that did? Answer No: thirst for new economic markets, desire for military strength, and a belief in the cultural superiority of the Anglo-Saxon culture. Back to Board Question
  • 27. Who believed that imperialism is similar to British actions against the American colonists? Answer Anti-Imperialist League Back to Board Question
  • 28. Why did support for the U.S. to build a large modern navy grow in the late 1800’s? Answer To avoid being shut out of foreign markets Back to Board Question
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  • 30. What were two actions that the U.S. took in the Pacific? What were two actions the U.S. took in Latin America? Answer PACIFIC: expanded Chinese and Japanese markets, annexed the Midway islands as refueling depots for the navy, built coaling stations on Samoan islands, and American business leaders led successful campaign for Hawaiian annexation LATIN AMERICA: invited Latin American countries to trade with U.S. at Pan-American conference, supported Cuba’s rebellion against Spain, built the Panama Canal, and issued the Roosevelt Corollary Back to Board