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Library Jeopardy
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  • 1. Jeopardy Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin.
  • 2. Choose a point value. Choose a point value. Click here for Final Jeopardy
  • 3. What happens in the library stays in the library My source is better than your source Shhhh! $ 100 $ 200 $ 300 $ 400 $ 500 $100 $100 $100 $100 $ 200 $ 200 $200 $200 $ 300 $400 $500 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 By the Book Do the Dewey
  • 4. This section, the 900’s, are all in the past
  • 5. Things really add up in this section, the 510s
  • 6. Things are really cooking in this section, 641
  • 7. Virtually anything can be found in this section, 004
  • 8. In this section, 822, the play is the thing.
  • 9. This reference book defines useful
  • 10. This reference set explains everything, from A to Z
  • 11. This reference book is full of words in other words
  • 12. This reference book stands in the place where you are
  • 13. Once a very popular reference source, this book is now read mostly by Old Farmers
  • 14. Patrick Henry wanted liberty or this
  • 15. Taxation without representation is …
  • 16. Thomas Paine’s plea for patriotism was written here
  • 17. Begins..when in the course of human events
  • 18. This document told English settlers not to go beyond the Appalachian Mountains
  • 19. For this website evaluation criterion, I put my money on recent updates
  • 20. According to this evaluation criterion, it’s good to know who the writer is
  • 21. I may be biased, but this evaluation criterion is not the only one you should use
  • 22. This criterion is verifiable
  • 23. This building was the site of the Boston Massacre
  • 24. Those who remained loyal to Great Britain
  • 25. The American Army was called this
  • 26. He introduced the resolution for American independence in the Continental Congress
  • 27. British General in charge of troops at Boston
  • 28. Moderates in the Continental Congress sent this document to King George after the Battle of Bunker Hill
  • 29. Final Jeopardy Make your wager
  • 30. The idea of unalienable rights was borrowed from this philosopher
  • 31. What is Parliament ?
  • 32. Sons of Liberty
  • 33. Crispus Attucks
  • 34. John & Samuel Adams
  • 35. Revere, Prescott & Dawes
  • 36. Stamp Act
  • 37. Quartering Act
  • 38. Intolerable Acts or Coercive Acts
  • 39. Tea Act
  • 40. What were the Townshend Acts?
  • 41. What is death?
  • 42. Tyranny
  • 43. Common Sense
  • 44. What is the Declaration of Independence
  • 45. Proclamation of 1763
  • 46. What is Massachusetts?
  • 47. What is Bunker (Breed’s) Hill?
  • 48. What is Philadelphia?
  • 49. What is the Old North Church (steeple)
  • 50. Custom House
  • 51. What are Loyalists (or Tories)
  • 52. Continentals
  • 53. Richard Henry Lee
  • 54. General Gage
  • 55. Olive Branch Petition
  • 56. Who is John Locke?

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