Jeopardy Review:AmericanRevolution
People   Battles   Acts   Dates   Vocabulary$100 $100 $100 $100 $100$200 $200 $200 $200 $200$300 $300 $300 $300 $300$400 $...
He was a traitor who assisted the British at the Battle of          Saratoga
Who was Benedict    Arnold
He led the colonists in the  Battle of Bunker Hill
Who wasWilliam Prescott
He spent most of theAmerican Revolution in       France
Who wasBenjamin Franklin
He wrote Common Sense
Who wasThomas Paine
These two men joined PaulRevere on his ride to warn the          Patriots
William Dawes        &Samuel Prescott
The British won this battle,    but lost more men
What is the Battle of   Bunker Hill
This battle renewedthe colonists’ hope
What was the Battle of      Trenton
The first battle of theAmerican Revolution
What was the Battle ofLexington & Concord
The last major battlefought by Washington’s         Army
What was the Battle of     Yorktown
This battle was the turning     point of the war           Why?
What was the Battle of      Saratoga;France became an ally   of the colonists
This was the effect of the  colonists’ boycott on  British tea and wool
It hurt British businesses
The Stamp Act failed     because
Because Stamp agentswere afraid to sell stamps       to colonists
After the Boston Massacre all of the taxes were repealed            except
The Tea Tax
How did the colonists’   respond to the  Intolerable Acts
The First ContinentalCongress was formed
What were theIntolerable Acts (3)
Colonists had to feed &     houseBritish soldiersThe port of Boston was      closedMassachusetts was put       under th...
1765
Stamp Act was passedSons of Liberty was   organizedStamp Act Congress   meets
1766
What was the Stamp Act     was repealed
1767
The Townsend Acts werepassedThe Daughters of Liberty wasorganized
1768
Britain sent warships to Boston     Harbor
1783
What was the Treaty ofParis; the United Statesbecomes independent
Patriot
Who was a colonistwho opposes British       rule
Loyalist
Who was a colonist who supported   British rule
Continental  Army
What was the name givento the colonists’ army by the     Second Continental          Congress
Sons  OfLiberty
What was a group ofcolonist formed by Samuel           Adams
Daughters of  Liberty
What was a group of   colonial women; theystopped buying British tea  and wool & made their            own
Who is missing from this picture?             Why?
George Washington; he did        not sign theDeclaration of Independence  because he was leading          the army.
This game is designed to review material taught to meet the following South CarolinaState Standard:Standard 4-3: The stude...
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  1. 1. Jeopardy Review:AmericanRevolution
  2. 2. People Battles Acts Dates Vocabulary$100 $100 $100 $100 $100$200 $200 $200 $200 $200$300 $300 $300 $300 $300$400 $400 $400 $400 $400$500 $500 $500 $500 $500
  3. 3. He was a traitor who assisted the British at the Battle of Saratoga
  4. 4. Who was Benedict Arnold
  5. 5. He led the colonists in the Battle of Bunker Hill
  6. 6. Who wasWilliam Prescott
  7. 7. He spent most of theAmerican Revolution in France
  8. 8. Who wasBenjamin Franklin
  9. 9. He wrote Common Sense
  10. 10. Who wasThomas Paine
  11. 11. These two men joined PaulRevere on his ride to warn the Patriots
  12. 12. William Dawes &Samuel Prescott
  13. 13. The British won this battle, but lost more men
  14. 14. What is the Battle of Bunker Hill
  15. 15. This battle renewedthe colonists’ hope
  16. 16. What was the Battle of Trenton
  17. 17. The first battle of theAmerican Revolution
  18. 18. What was the Battle ofLexington & Concord
  19. 19. The last major battlefought by Washington’s Army
  20. 20. What was the Battle of Yorktown
  21. 21. This battle was the turning point of the war Why?
  22. 22. What was the Battle of Saratoga;France became an ally of the colonists
  23. 23. This was the effect of the colonists’ boycott on British tea and wool
  24. 24. It hurt British businesses
  25. 25. The Stamp Act failed because
  26. 26. Because Stamp agentswere afraid to sell stamps to colonists
  27. 27. After the Boston Massacre all of the taxes were repealed except
  28. 28. The Tea Tax
  29. 29. How did the colonists’ respond to the Intolerable Acts
  30. 30. The First ContinentalCongress was formed
  31. 31. What were theIntolerable Acts (3)
  32. 32. Colonists had to feed & houseBritish soldiersThe port of Boston was closedMassachusetts was put under thecontrol of a British General
  33. 33. 1765
  34. 34. Stamp Act was passedSons of Liberty was organizedStamp Act Congress meets
  35. 35. 1766
  36. 36. What was the Stamp Act was repealed
  37. 37. 1767
  38. 38. The Townsend Acts werepassedThe Daughters of Liberty wasorganized
  39. 39. 1768
  40. 40. Britain sent warships to Boston Harbor
  41. 41. 1783
  42. 42. What was the Treaty ofParis; the United Statesbecomes independent
  43. 43. Patriot
  44. 44. Who was a colonistwho opposes British rule
  45. 45. Loyalist
  46. 46. Who was a colonist who supported British rule
  47. 47. Continental Army
  48. 48. What was the name givento the colonists’ army by the Second Continental Congress
  49. 49. Sons OfLiberty
  50. 50. What was a group ofcolonist formed by Samuel Adams
  51. 51. Daughters of Liberty
  52. 52. What was a group of colonial women; theystopped buying British tea and wool & made their own
  53. 53. Who is missing from this picture? Why?
  54. 54. George Washington; he did not sign theDeclaration of Independence because he was leading the army.
  55. 55. This game is designed to review material taught to meet the following South CarolinaState Standard:Standard 4-3: The student will demonstrate an understanding of theconflict between the American colonies and England.Enduring UnderstandingRevolutions result from resistance to conditions perceived as unfair to the peopledemanding changes. In order for students to grasp and draw conclusions relative tothe level of conflicts between the American colonies and England, they will be ableto:Indicators4-3.1 Summarize the major political and economic factors leading to the AmericanRevolution, including the French and Indian War, the Stamp Act, the TeaAct, the Intolerable Acts, and American resistance to these acts throughboycotts, petitions, and congresses.4-3.2 Explain the significance of major ideas and philosophies of governmentreflected in the Declaration of Independence.4-3.3 Summarize the importance of the key battles of the Revolutionary Warincluding the reasons for the American victory, including Lexington andConcord, Bunker (Breed’s Hill), Charleston, Saratoga, Cowpens, andYorktown.4-3.4 Explain how the American Revolution affected attitudes toward slavery andwomen, and impacted the future of Native Americans. Created by Trudie Walke Montgomery

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