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LISA QURAISH          CIMT 543        SPRING 2012    DR. ZIAEEHEZARJERIBIAssessment Resource for Multimedia Kit
JEOPARDYGreat Depression Edition
JEOPARDY: GREAT DEPRESSION EDITION Life in the   Children in the   Great           Great         Solutions and   Block For...
LIFE IN THE GREAT DEPRESSION$100   When did the Great Depression occur?   (Provide a beginning and ending year).          ...
LIFE IN THE GREAT DEPRESSION$100  The Great Depression began in 1929      and continued through 1939.           1929      ...
LIFE IN THE GREAT DEPRESSION$200   What was the cost of a soda in the     era of the Great Depression?
LIFE IN THE GREAT DEPRESSION$200    A soda could be purchased for              five cents.
LIFE IN THE GREAT DEPRESSION$300  Who was president during the Great  Depression? (elected in Nov. 1932)
LIFE IN THE GREAT DEPRESSION$300  President Franklin Delano Roosevelt  (FDR) was president during the Great  Depression an...
LIFE IN THE GREAT DEPRESSION$400The Great Depression was an _________ depression. Although people may have had low spirits...
LIFE IN THE GREAT DEPRESSION$400The Great Depression was an economicdepression. The term refers to a severe,   sustained d...
LIFE IN THE GREAT DEPRESSION$500  At the peak of the Great Depression,   what percentage of Americans were               u...
LIFE IN THE GREAT DEPRESSION$500    25% of Americans (1 in 4) were   unemployed at the peak of the Great             Depre...
CHILDREN IN THE GREAT DEPRESSION$100Who did children write for help during the           Great Depression?
CHILDREN IN THE GREAT DEPRESSION$100Children wrote to Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, First Lady of the United States requesting a...
CHILDREN IN THE GREAT DEPRESSION$200What was the main form of entertainment     during the Great Depression?
CHILDREN IN THE GREAT DEPRESSION$200    The radio was the main form of     entertainment during the Great              Dep...
CHILDREN IN THE GREAT DEPRESSION$300  Thousands of schools closed down   during the Great Depression. How   many children ...
CHILDREN IN THE GREAT DEPRESSION$300  About 3 million children were forced             to leave school.
CHILDREN IN THE GREAT DEPRESSION$400Children could not afford sports equipment to play favorite games. Give an example  of...
CHILDREN IN THE GREAT DEPRESSION$400 To play baseball, for example, children would use rocks and stones for balls and   ba...
CHILDREN IN THE GREAT DEPRESSION$500Surplus stores, a project supported by First    Lady Roosevelt, provided what type of ...
CHILDREN IN THE GREAT DEPRESSION$500 Surplus stores distributed food, clothing,  toys, and other items. (multiple correct ...
SOLUTIONS AND RECOVERY$100 Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt could not respond to       all children’s individual letters and  reques...
SOLUTIONS AND RECOVERY$100 Eleanor Roosevelt worked to create a number of government programs to help  children and young ...
SOLUTIONS AND RECOVERY$200  Established in June 1935 as part of President Roosevelt’s “New Deal, “ what           does NYA...
SOLUTIONS AND RECOVERY$200   NYA stands for the National Youth   Administration, which helped over 2 million high school a...
SOLUTIONS AND RECOVERY$300Created in April 1935 as part of President Roosevelt’s “New Deal,” what does WPA                ...
SOLUTIONS AND RECOVERY$300  The acronym WPA stands for Works Progress Administration. This New Deal program provided relie...
SOLUTIONS AND RECOVERY$400The NYA helped 2 million students stay in   school; how many young people (not students) did the...
SOLUTIONS AND RECOVERY$400 The NYA found work for two and a half    million (2,500,000) young people.
SOLUTIONS AND RECOVERY$500  America fully pulled out of the Great  Depression with the jobs created from                wh...
SOLUTIONS AND RECOVERY$500  The jobs created from WWII helped  America to put the Great Depression              behind them.
BLOCK FORMAT$100 A letter in block format has how many                 elements?
BLOCK FORMAT$100A letter in block format has five elements.
BLOCK FORMAT$200 The part of the letter that states “Dear    Mr./Mrs. Full Name” is called the                _______?
BLOCK FORMAT$200 The part of the letter that states “Dear    Mr./Mrs. Full Name” is called the                salutation.
BLOCK FORMAT$300 The part of the letter that contains your  address and the date is the _______?
BLOCK FORMAT$300 The part of the letter that contains your  address and the date is the heading.
BLOCK FORMAT$400When writing a letter in block format all text      needs to be aligned ______?
BLOCK FORMAT$400When writing a letter in block format all text          needs to be aligned left.
BLOCK FORMAT$500When using block format, at the beginning   of a paragraph you do not ______?
BLOCK FORMAT$500When using block format at the beginning   of a paragraph you do not indent.
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Great Depression Jeopardy

  1. 1. LISA QURAISH CIMT 543 SPRING 2012 DR. ZIAEEHEZARJERIBIAssessment Resource for Multimedia Kit
  2. 2. JEOPARDYGreat Depression Edition
  3. 3. JEOPARDY: GREAT DEPRESSION EDITION Life in the Children in the Great Great Solutions and Block FormatDepression Depression Recovery $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500
  4. 4. LIFE IN THE GREAT DEPRESSION$100 When did the Great Depression occur? (Provide a beginning and ending year). ? ?
  5. 5. LIFE IN THE GREAT DEPRESSION$100 The Great Depression began in 1929 and continued through 1939. 1929 1939
  6. 6. LIFE IN THE GREAT DEPRESSION$200 What was the cost of a soda in the era of the Great Depression?
  7. 7. LIFE IN THE GREAT DEPRESSION$200 A soda could be purchased for five cents.
  8. 8. LIFE IN THE GREAT DEPRESSION$300 Who was president during the Great Depression? (elected in Nov. 1932)
  9. 9. LIFE IN THE GREAT DEPRESSION$300 President Franklin Delano Roosevelt (FDR) was president during the Great Depression and held office from 1933- 1945.
  10. 10. LIFE IN THE GREAT DEPRESSION$400The Great Depression was an _________ depression. Although people may have had low spirits as a result, the term is not used in reference to a feeling.
  11. 11. LIFE IN THE GREAT DEPRESSION$400The Great Depression was an economicdepression. The term refers to a severe, sustained down-turn in the nation’s economic activity.
  12. 12. LIFE IN THE GREAT DEPRESSION$500 At the peak of the Great Depression, what percentage of Americans were unemployed?
  13. 13. LIFE IN THE GREAT DEPRESSION$500 25% of Americans (1 in 4) were unemployed at the peak of the Great Depression.
  14. 14. CHILDREN IN THE GREAT DEPRESSION$100Who did children write for help during the Great Depression?
  15. 15. CHILDREN IN THE GREAT DEPRESSION$100Children wrote to Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, First Lady of the United States requesting assistance during the Great Depression.
  16. 16. CHILDREN IN THE GREAT DEPRESSION$200What was the main form of entertainment during the Great Depression?
  17. 17. CHILDREN IN THE GREAT DEPRESSION$200 The radio was the main form of entertainment during the Great Depression.
  18. 18. CHILDREN IN THE GREAT DEPRESSION$300 Thousands of schools closed down during the Great Depression. How many children were forced to leave school?
  19. 19. CHILDREN IN THE GREAT DEPRESSION$300 About 3 million children were forced to leave school.
  20. 20. CHILDREN IN THE GREAT DEPRESSION$400Children could not afford sports equipment to play favorite games. Give an example of what they might use in order to play?
  21. 21. CHILDREN IN THE GREAT DEPRESSION$400 To play baseball, for example, children would use rocks and stones for balls and bases. (Other examples accepted)
  22. 22. CHILDREN IN THE GREAT DEPRESSION$500Surplus stores, a project supported by First Lady Roosevelt, provided what type of items to families that couldn’t afford them?
  23. 23. CHILDREN IN THE GREAT DEPRESSION$500 Surplus stores distributed food, clothing, toys, and other items. (multiple correct answers)
  24. 24. SOLUTIONS AND RECOVERY$100 Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt could not respond to all children’s individual letters and requests. She did, however, work to create ______ _______that would help children during the depression.
  25. 25. SOLUTIONS AND RECOVERY$100 Eleanor Roosevelt worked to create a number of government programs to help children and young people during the Great Depression.
  26. 26. SOLUTIONS AND RECOVERY$200 Established in June 1935 as part of President Roosevelt’s “New Deal, “ what does NYA stand for?
  27. 27. SOLUTIONS AND RECOVERY$200 NYA stands for the National Youth Administration, which helped over 2 million high school and college students stay in school by allowing them to work (in libraries, labs, on farms, etc.) in exchange for grants that made school affordable for them.
  28. 28. SOLUTIONS AND RECOVERY$300Created in April 1935 as part of President Roosevelt’s “New Deal,” what does WPA stand for?
  29. 29. SOLUTIONS AND RECOVERY$300 The acronym WPA stands for Works Progress Administration. This New Deal program provided relief to young people through school nutritional programs, surplus stores, nursery schools, and more. It also created many jobs that would directly benefit the public (building streets, creating art, etc.)
  30. 30. SOLUTIONS AND RECOVERY$400The NYA helped 2 million students stay in school; how many young people (not students) did they help find employment?
  31. 31. SOLUTIONS AND RECOVERY$400 The NYA found work for two and a half million (2,500,000) young people.
  32. 32. SOLUTIONS AND RECOVERY$500 America fully pulled out of the Great Depression with the jobs created from what war?
  33. 33. SOLUTIONS AND RECOVERY$500 The jobs created from WWII helped America to put the Great Depression behind them.
  34. 34. BLOCK FORMAT$100 A letter in block format has how many elements?
  35. 35. BLOCK FORMAT$100A letter in block format has five elements.
  36. 36. BLOCK FORMAT$200 The part of the letter that states “Dear Mr./Mrs. Full Name” is called the _______?
  37. 37. BLOCK FORMAT$200 The part of the letter that states “Dear Mr./Mrs. Full Name” is called the salutation.
  38. 38. BLOCK FORMAT$300 The part of the letter that contains your address and the date is the _______?
  39. 39. BLOCK FORMAT$300 The part of the letter that contains your address and the date is the heading.
  40. 40. BLOCK FORMAT$400When writing a letter in block format all text needs to be aligned ______?
  41. 41. BLOCK FORMAT$400When writing a letter in block format all text needs to be aligned left.
  42. 42. BLOCK FORMAT$500When using block format, at the beginning of a paragraph you do not ______?
  43. 43. BLOCK FORMAT$500When using block format at the beginning of a paragraph you do not indent.

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