Objective: Students will compete in a Jeopardy review game on information covered in the Age of Industrialization and prog...
100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 Industry Immigration Capitalism Labor
This is the positive view of industrialization and big business entrepreneurs Double or Nothing Bonus  100
The negative term used to describe entrepreneurs and the rise of big business, give two examples 200
Three examples of how the “workplace” changed during the Gilded Age 300
This invention was one of the main reasons why Andrew Carnegie sold so much cheap steel in the US 400
The largest number of immigrants in the eastern United States came from this country because of this famine, a great examp...
200
To complete the Transcontinental Railroad, Irish immigrants were utilized by this rail road company that was driving west ...
One example explaining how immigration impacted big business, urban areas, and politics 400
This means “hands off” of big business and describes the role of the government in a true capitalist economy 100
The reason why monopolies hurt the capitalist system 200
Two types of integration used by big businesses to profit from market control 300
400 This political ideology was developed by these two men, creating an opposition to capitalism Double or Nothing
This “Miner’s Angel” was considered a threat to national security due to her leadership in the labor movement of the late ...
Labor bosses absolutely forbade this action that would allow for negotiations for improvement of working conditions 200
300 Industrial labor bosses constantly contributed large amounts of money to the politicians trying to control policy rega...
400
Instructions <ul><li>Slide Show:  “View Show” to start </li></ul><ul><li>Click mouse to stop theme song and go to the game...
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  1. 1. Objective: Students will compete in a Jeopardy review game on information covered in the Age of Industrialization and progression
  2. 2. 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 Industry Immigration Capitalism Labor
  3. 3. This is the positive view of industrialization and big business entrepreneurs Double or Nothing Bonus 100
  4. 4. The negative term used to describe entrepreneurs and the rise of big business, give two examples 200
  5. 5. Three examples of how the “workplace” changed during the Gilded Age 300
  6. 6. This invention was one of the main reasons why Andrew Carnegie sold so much cheap steel in the US 400
  7. 7. The largest number of immigrants in the eastern United States came from this country because of this famine, a great example of this factor 100
  8. 8. 200
  9. 9. To complete the Transcontinental Railroad, Irish immigrants were utilized by this rail road company that was driving west from Omaha, NE, This company was driving east from Sacramento, CA Double or Nothing Bonus 300
  10. 10. One example explaining how immigration impacted big business, urban areas, and politics 400
  11. 11. This means “hands off” of big business and describes the role of the government in a true capitalist economy 100
  12. 12. The reason why monopolies hurt the capitalist system 200
  13. 13. Two types of integration used by big businesses to profit from market control 300
  14. 14. 400 This political ideology was developed by these two men, creating an opposition to capitalism Double or Nothing
  15. 15. This “Miner’s Angel” was considered a threat to national security due to her leadership in the labor movement of the late 19 th century Double or Nothing 100
  16. 16. Labor bosses absolutely forbade this action that would allow for negotiations for improvement of working conditions 200
  17. 17. 300 Industrial labor bosses constantly contributed large amounts of money to the politicians trying to control policy regarding these types of groups Double or Nothing
  18. 18. 400
  19. 19. Instructions <ul><li>Slide Show: “View Show” to start </li></ul><ul><li>Click mouse to stop theme song and go to the game board </li></ul><ul><li>Click on a number to go to that question </li></ul><ul><li>Hit “esc” to stop ‘think time’ music </li></ul><ul><li>Click on blue bar to hear ‘time’s up’ sound </li></ul><ul><li>Click on green button to go back to the game board </li></ul>

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