The Sumerians built a number of these “cities”, each functioned independently with its own government. Category B 500 Mesopotamia
Pictured here, it’s the name for the Egyptian god-kings, who stood at the center of Egypt’s religion as well as its government. They bore full responsibility for the well being of the empire… Ancient Egypt 100
Egyptian culture took place along the banks of this river in Africa. Category C 200 Ancient Egypt
For many Egyptian Kings, these immense structures would be their final resting place. Category C 300 Ancient Egypt
Because of the belief in the afterlife, Egyptians would preserve the bodies of the elite with this process. It involves embalming and drying the corpse to prevent decay. Category C 400 Ancient Egypt
It’s an Egyptian form of writing which means “sacred carving”. It is a series of pictures that stood for an idea… you can see an example here… Category C 500 Ancient Egypt
Social Structure 100 The following is a good example of this country’s social structure.
In China, a person’s chief loyalty throughout life was to his or her… Category D 200 Social Structure
They were at the lowest level of Sumerian society. Some of them could eventually buy their freedom. Category D 300 Social Structure They were at the lowest level of Sumerian society. Some of them could eventually buy their freedom.
The women in this culture were treated as inferior… Category D 400 Social Structure
The women of this civilization could work as merchants, farmers or artisans. Category D 500 Social Structure
daisy sent like father, like son Category E 400 Anagrams
homily pets there’s just so many of them! Category E 500 Anagrams
Welcome to Jeopardy! The fun and sneaky way to review material for the upcoming test!
And now… a brief introduction to the RULES of the GAME…
Each group must: a) SIT TOGETHER, and b) Designate a SPEAKER who will respond to the prompts (You may NOT change speakers).
The game consists of FIVE categories , each containing FIVE questions
Questions are randomly arranged, NOT by degree of difficulty
Each speaker may select only ONE question per round
Once the selected question is posted on the screen, the SPEAKER of the team has 10 seconds to respond .
The speaker may consult with teammates before responding
During the game, whispering is OK, but LOUD talking and/or disruptions DURING THE GAME may result in point loss for the entire team.
The response should be phrased in the FORM OF A QUESTION . (Words, phrases, and statements – even if correct – may be disqualified)
A CORRECT ANSWER earns the same number of points as the number of teams participating in the game. For e.g., if there are 7 teams, the correct answer = 7 points.
If the speaker does not respond correctly within 10 seconds, the question passes on to the next team speaker, who has 5 seconds to respond.
The number of points for the correct answer at this stage are determined by the number of teams preceding the correct answer.
Questions that are not answered during the regular round are thrown open to the class – by a show of hands – and the first correct answer earns 1 point.
For the Daily Double, the speaker designates the number of points – up to the max. points earned by the team . If correct, the team earns the designated points; if incorrect, they lose the designated points.
At the end of the game, teams are ranked. The #1 team earns the same number of points as the number of teams. For e.g. 7 teams = 7 points. Other teams also earn points based on their ranking. These points are added to your test grade!
Again, whispering is OK, but remember, LOUD TALKING and/or DISRUPTIONS DURING THE GAME may result in point loss for the entire team.
The judge’s decisions are FINAL and whining, pouting, and/or complaints will NOT BE ENTERTAINED…