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  • 1. Welcome to Katie & Tierney Jeopardy
  • 2. Katie & Tierney Another Presentation © 2001 - All rights Reserved [email_address]
  • 3.
    • Directions:
    • Scroll through the presentation and enter the answers (which are really the questions) and the questions (which are really the answers).
    • Enter in the categories on the main game boards.
    • As you play the game, click on the TEXT DOLLAR AMOUNT that the contestant calls, not the surrounding box.
    • When they have given a question, click again anywhere on the screen to see the correct question. Keep track of which questions have already been picked by printing out the game board screen and checking off as you go.
    • Click on the “Game” box to return to the main scoreboard.
    • Enter the score into the black box on each players podium.
    • Continue until all clues are given.
    • When finished, DO NOT save the game. This will overwrite the program with the scores and data you enter. You MAY save it as a different name, but keep this file untouched!
  • 4.  
  • 5. Round 1 Round 2 Final Jeopardy Tyler Karlee Brooke
  • 6. Weapons Generals Battle-fields Rebellion Causes Effects $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 Round 2 Final Jeopardy Scores
  • 7. Generals
  • 8. $100 Who was the South’s general?
  • 9. $100 Scores Robert E. Lee
  • 10. $200 Who was the North’s general?
  • 11. $200 Scores Ulysses S. Grant
  • 12. $300 Who was the commander of the Union Army?
  • 13. $300 Scores Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson
  • 14. $400 Which Confederate General played a major roll in the first battle of bull run?
  • 15. $400 Scores The Civil War ended. General R. E. Lee surrendered his army to U.S. Grant.
  • 16. $500 Which General led the army that won the battle at Fredericksburg?
  • 17. $500 Scores Robert E. Lee
  • 18. Battlefields
  • 19. $100 The first major battle of the Civil War was?
  • 20. $100 Scores The first Battle of Bull Run ( or Manassas)
  • 21. $200 Was the battle of Hampton roads on land or water?
  • 22. $200 Scores Water
  • 23. $300 Near the end of the Civil War, what Confederate State’s capital was burned?
  • 24. $300 Scores Richmond
  • 25. Daily Double
  • 26. $400 More people died on this battlefield than on any other during the Civil War.
  • 27. $400 Scores Gettysburg
  • 28. $500 What happened at Harper’s Ferry, West Virginia?
  • 29. $500 Scores John Brown led a raid on the Armory while trying to start a slave rebellion.
  • 30. Rebellion
  • 31. $100 What was the main issue between the northern and southern states that led to the Civil War?
  • 32. $100 Scores Slavery
  • 33. $200 What was the economy of the southern states based on and how was it supported?
  • 34. $200 Scores Agrilculture, Slaves
  • 35. $300 People who were against slavery were called _____________?
  • 36. $300 Scores Abolitionists
  • 37. $400 How did Lincoln try to keep the southern ports from getting supplies?
  • 38. $400 Scores By using the Union Navy to make a blockade.
  • 39. $500 What were the Monitor and the Merrimack and to which side did each belong?
  • 40. $500 Scores Iron Clad Ships, Monitor- Union, Merrimack- Confederate.
  • 41. Hodgepodge
  • 42. $100 On what was the economy of the Northern states based.
  • 43. $100 Scores Industry
  • 44. $200 What year did Abraham Lincoln become President of the United States?
  • 45. $200 Scores 1860
  • 46. $300 When did the Civil War end? (month and year)
  • 47. $300 Scores April 1865
  • 48. $400 What caused the eastern and western counties of Virginia to split and what was the result?
  • 49. $400 Scores The eastern counties favored slavery and the western counties favored the abolition of slavery.
  • 50. $500 As new states were created out of the western territories, what conflict developed between the north and the south?
  • 51. $500 Scores The north wanted new states to be declared ‘free states’ the south wanted new states to be ‘slave states’
  • 52. Who am I?
  • 53. $100 Who is the man who lead a raid on the armory at Harpers Ferry, West Virginia?
  • 54. $100 Scores John Brown
  • 55. $200 I established a route by which slaves escaped to freedom.
  • 56. $200 Scores Harriet Tubman
  • 57. $300 I am the slave who led a revolt against plantation owners in Virginia.
  • 58. $300 Scores Nat Turner
  • 59. $400 I was the 16 th president of the United States and President during the Civil War.
  • 60. $400 Scores Abraham Lincoln
  • 61. $500 I am the man who assassinated President Lincoln just six days after the end of the Civil War.
  • 62. $500 Scores John Wilkes Boothe
  • 63. Effects
  • 64. $100 Enter Answer Here for Category 6 - Question 1
  • 65. $100 Enter Question Here for Category 6 - Question 1 Scores
  • 66. $200 Enter Answer Here for Category 6 - Question 2
  • 67. $200 Enter Question Here for Category 6 - Question 2 Scores
  • 68. $300 Enter Answer Here for Category 6 - Question 3
  • 69. $300 Enter Question Here for Category 6 - Question 3 Scores
  • 70. $400 Enter Answer Here for Category 6 - Question 4
  • 71. $400 Enter Question Here for Category 6 - Question 4 Scores
  • 72. $500 Enter Answer Here for Category 6 - Question 5
  • 73. $500 Enter Question Here for Category 6 - Question 5 Scores
  • 74. Subject 1 Subject 2 Subject 3 Subject 4 Subject 5 Subject 6 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $600 $600 $600 $600 $600 $600 $800 $800 $800 $800 $800 $800 $1000 $1000 $1000 $1000 $1000 $1000 Round 1 Final Jeopardy Scores
  • 75. $200 Alcohol is illegal if you are under the age of ___?
  • 76. $200 What is 21 years old? Scores
  • 77. $400 Name one drug that is illegal all the time.
  • 78. $400 What is Marijuana, Meth, cocaine, etc…? Scores
  • 79. $600 Friends can influence the decisions we make about drugs and alcohol.
  • 80. $600 What is True? Scores
  • 81. $800 You can get cancer from chewing tobacco.
  • 82. $800 What is True? Scores
  • 83. $1000 If you are in a room where someone else is smoking, it affects your health too.
  • 84. $1000 What is True? Scores
  • 85. $200 What are characteristics of a victim (someone who might be bullied)?
  • 86. $200 What is being: shy, quiet, doesn’t use eye contact, etc…? Scores
  • 87. Daily Double
  • 88. $400 What is the first thing you should do if someone begins calling you names?
  • 89. $400 What is: Ask them to stop and tell them how it makes you feel. Scores
  • 90. $600 Name a way that you can help a bully.
  • 91. $600 What is try to be nice to them when they are not bullying someone? Scores
  • 92. $800 If someone is always spreading rumors about another person, is this considered bullying?
  • 93. $800 What is YES!? Scores
  • 94. $1000 What are two things you can try to do if you are being bullied to make it stop?
  • 95. $1000 What is: Tell an adult, ignore, ask them to stop, etc…? Scores
  • 96. $200 Name two characteristics of a good friend.
  • 97. $200 What is: Nice, sharing, communication, good listener, etc…? Scores
  • 98. $400 Once you get into a fight with a friend, they can no longer be your friend?
  • 99. $400 What is False? Scores
  • 100. $600 What do you do if two different groups of friends ask you to play at the same time?
  • 101. $600 What is: Try to get them all to play together Or Take turns, etc…? Scores
  • 102. $800 It is okay to disagree with something your best friend says.
  • 103. $800 What is True? Scores
  • 104. $1000 It is not good to have a friend with different interests than you.
  • 105. $1000 What is False? Scores
  • 106. $200 You borrowed your good friend’s cell phone and broke it. What do you do?
  • 107. $200 Enter Question Here for Category 4 - Question 1 Scores
  • 108. $400 You are at home trying to get your own homework finished but forgot to write part of the assignment down, what do you do?
  • 109. $400 Enter Question Here for Category 4 - Question 2 Scores
  • 110. Daily Double
  • 111. $600 A good friend wants to copy your homework but you do not want to get in trouble. What should you do?
  • 112. $600 Enter Question Here for Category 4 - Question 3 Scores
  • 113. $800 What do you do if you are working on a group project and one member is not helping at all?
  • 114. $800 Enter Question Here for Category 4 - Question 4 Scores
  • 115. $1000 If there are three solutions to your problems, how do you decide which one is right?
  • 116. $1000 What is: Think about the options and ask yourself which has the best outcome? Scores
  • 117. $200 Enter Answer Here for Category 5 - Question 1
  • 118. $200 Enter Question Here for Category 5 - Question 1 Scores
  • 119. $400 Enter Answer Here for Category 5 - Question 2
  • 120. $400 Enter Question Here for Category 5 - Question 2 Scores
  • 121. $600 Enter Answer Here for Category 5 - Question 3
  • 122. $600 Enter Question Here for Category 5 - Question 3 Scores
  • 123. $800 Enter Answer Here for Category 5 - Question 4
  • 124. $800 Enter Question Here for Category 5 - Question 4 Scores
  • 125. $1000 Enter Answer Here for Category 5 - Question 5
  • 126. $1000 Enter Question Here for Category 5 - Question 5 Scores
  • 127. $200 Enter Answer Here for Category 6 - Question 1
  • 128. $200 Enter Question Here for Category 6 - Question 1 Scores
  • 129. $400 Enter Answer Here for Category 6 - Question 2
  • 130. $400 Enter Question Here for Category 6 - Question 2 Scores
  • 131. $600 Enter Answer Here for Category 6 - Question 3
  • 132. $600 Enter Question Here for Category 6 - Question 3 Scores
  • 133. $800 Enter Answer Here for Category 6 - Question 4
  • 134. $800 Enter Question Here for Category 6 - Question 4 Scores
  • 135. $1000 Enter Answer Here for Category 6 - Question 5
  • 136. $1000 Enter Question Here for Category 6 - Question 5 Scores
  • 137. Final Jeopardy Scores Enter Category Final Jeopary Question
  • 138. Enter Answer Here for Final Jeopardy
  • 139. Enter Question Here for Final Jeopardy Scores