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Unit 7 jeopardy review

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Unit 7 jeopardy review

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  3. 3. 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 Aztec/Inca Columbian Exchange Liberators Cuban Revolution Zapatista MISC
  4. 4. WWI 100 The Incas were conquered by which Spanish Conquistador?
  5. 5. Francisco Pizzaro A 100
  6. 6. A 200 Who was the conquistador of the Aztecs?
  7. 7. Hernan Cortes A 200
  8. 8. What happened toWhat happened to Atahualpa?Atahualpa? A 300
  9. 9. Tricked, kidnapped and killed by Pizzaro A 300
  10. 10. Why were the Spanish able to defeat the Aztecs? A 400
  11. 11. Diseases, Guns, Horses A 400
  12. 12. What present day city is built on the ruins of Aztec capital, Tenochitlan? A 500
  13. 13. Mexico City A 500
  14. 14. What did the Europeans bring them from the Old World that destroyed indigenous populations? B 100
  15. 15. Diseases (Smallpox) B 100
  16. 16. What was the Colombian Exchange? B 200
  17. 17. The moving of animals, plants, people and diseases from the Old World to the New world and from the New World to the Old B 200
  18. 18. This item (vegetable) was brought from the New World to the Old, and forever changed the history of Italy B 300
  19. 19. Tomato B 300
  20. 20. Which foods came to Europe from Central and South America? A. Peaches, coffee, corn, wheat B. Coffee, peaches, sugar, wheat C. Coffee, Sugar, cocoa, peaches D. Corn, peppers, potatoes, tomatoes B 400
  21. 21. D- Corn, peppers, potatoes, tomatoes B 400
  22. 22. What is one reason why Europeans chose Africans as a new labor force? B 500
  23. 23. 1. Disease resistant 2. Were familiar with the type of work (farming, mining) B 500
  24. 24. Who liberated the country of Haiti? C 100
  25. 25. Toussaint L’Ouverture C 100
  26. 26. What country did Simon Bolivar fight against in order to gain freedom? C 200
  27. 27. Spain C 200
  28. 28. Before he became an independence leader, what kind of life did L’Ouverture lead? C 300
  29. 29. C 300 He was a slave
  30. 30. DAILY DOUBLE C 400 DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager
  31. 31. Simon Bolivar was known as “El Libertador,” the liberator for what group people? C 400
  32. 32. South Americans C 400
  33. 33. Miguel Hildalgo was the independence leader for what country? C 500
  34. 34. Mexico C 500
  35. 35. D 100 Who took over as dictator in Cuba in 1959?
  36. 36. Fidel Castro D 100
  37. 37. What type of government was set up after the Cuban Revolution? D 200
  38. 38. Communist D 200
  39. 39. What country helped Castro build Cuba into a Communist society? D 300
  40. 40. Soviet Union D 300
  41. 41. What almost caused a nuclear war between the US and the Soviet Union? D 400
  42. 42. Cuban Missile Crisis D 400
  43. 43. What was the reaction of the US government towards Cuba when they discovered Soviet Missiles in Cuba. (It is still in place today, even after 50 years) D 500
  44. 44. Trade Embargo D 500
  45. 45. What region of Mexico were the Zapatistas from? E 100
  46. 46. Chipas E 100
  47. 47. What happened in 1994 that made the Zapatistas mad? E 200
  48. 48. NAFTA E 200
  49. 49. Zapatistas fought for the rights of who? E 300
  50. 50. Indigenous people E 300
  51. 51. What is a main concern of the Zapatistas? E 400
  52. 52. Housing, healthcare and better rights for indigenous people. E 400
  53. 53. Why did the Zapatistas not like NAFTA? E 500
  54. 54. They feared it would put indigenous farmers out of business because they couldn’t compete E 500
  55. 55. F 100 What three regions were effected by Triangle Trade?
  56. 56. Americas, Europe, Africa F 100
  57. 57. What is one effect of slavery that influences Latin America today? F 200
  58. 58. Ethnic groups F 200
  59. 59. What was the first country to gain their freedom from European impearlism? F 300
  60. 60. Haiti F 300
  61. 61. Which animal helped native people hunt and trade over a larger area? F 400
  62. 62. Horses F 400
  63. 63. This famous speech by Hildalgo, marked the beginning of the Mexican Independence movement. (He rang and his church bell and said it) F 500
  64. 64. Cry of Dolores F 500
  65. 65. The Final Jeopardy Category is: Colombian ExchangeColombian Exchange Please record your wager. Click on screen to begin
  66. 66. Which items identify results of the Columbian Exchange? A.1,2,4, B.1,2,3 C.1,3,4 D.2,3,4 Click on screen to continue 1. Coffee and sugar were introduced 2. Diseases from Europe killed a large part of the population 3. The horse changed the life and culture of many indigenous people 4. Indigenous people began plantations to grow sugar cane and coffee
  67. 67. B- 1,2,3 Click on screen to continue
  68. 68. Thank You for Playing Jeopardy! MAKE SURE TO STUDY!!

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