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Ms. Willia’s Jeopardy
SEMESTER 2 REVIEW
Game Rules
Points are collected as
a team
Game Rules
If a question is
answered correctly,
that team adds those
points to their team
score.
Game Rules
If a question is
answered incorrectly,
the team score does
not change.
Game Rules
The teacher will read the
question twice. The player
has 10 seconds to write
their response on a board.
Do not raise up the board
until told to do so!
Lets play!
Jeopardy
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Final Jeopardy
W
Q: 100pt
Thomas Hobbes believed that humans were
guided by:
a. Reason & intellect
b. Religion & personal ethics
c. A desire to avoid conflict
d. Basic survival instincts
A: 100pt
d. Basic survival instincts
W
Q: 200pt
John Locke’s arguments were used in the 18th
century to:
a. Support demands for constitutional gvt.
b. Restore papal influence within the gvt.
c. Justify absolutism and the divine right of
kings
d. Encourage people to live without gvt.
A: 200pt
a. Support demends for constitutional gvt
W
Q: 300pt
The scientific method grew out of the belief that
the world is best understood through:
a. Imagination
b. Direct observation
c. The teachings of Aristotle
d. A geocentric view of the universe
A: 300pt
b. Direct observation
W
Q: 400pt
Which idea of Baron Montesquieu has been
incorporated into the U.S. Constitution?
a. Social contract
b. Economic laissez-faire
c. Religious tolerance
d. Separation of gvt powers
A: 400pt
d. Separation of gvt powers
W
Q: 500pt
Voltaire championed the religious
philosophy of deism, which was based on
a. Reason and natural law
b. Superstition
c. Human nature & social conflict
d. Biblical text
A: 500pt
a. Reason & natural law
O
Q: 100pt
Name this concept: Rousseau stated
that society agrees to be governed
by its general will
A: 100pt
Social Contract
O
Q: 200pt
Copernicus’s, Kepler’s, and Galileo’s
theories were important because they all
contributed to proving that the universe
was centered around
a. The earth
b. The moon
c. The sun
d. gravity
A: 200pt
c. The sun
O
Q: 300pt
Reflecting Enlightenment thought, the
Declaration of the Rights of Man and the
Citizen proclaimed
a. the importance of the Bastille.
b. an end to aristocratic privileges.
c. a movement to restore the
monarchy.
d. equal rights for women in political
life.
A: 300pt
B
O
Q: 400pt
In their rebellions of 1789, the French
peasants were reacting to the high cost
of bread, high taxes, and
a. political inequality.
b. religious persecution.
c. foreign intervention.
d. treatment of women.
A: 400pt
A
O
Q: 500pt
Because it could not govern effectively after the
Reign of Terror, the Directory had to
a.
agree to share power with the clergy.
b.
turn to the bourgeoisie for protection.
c.
rely upon the military to enforce its
authority.
d.
abolish slavery in the French colonies.
A: 500pt
C
R
Q: 100pt
Many aristocrats and members of the
bourgeoisie were attracted to , some of
which criticized France’s absolutist system.
a. the Tennis Court Oath
b. Enlightenment philosophies
c. the ideas of the National Assembly
d. the Declaration of the Rights of Man
and the Citizen
A: 100pt
B
R
Q: 200pt
Napoleon’s empire collapsed because of
a.
Napoleon’s greed and laziness within his
bureaucracy.
b.
the coalition of other European states and the
force of nationalism.
c.
the resentment of the clergy and the plotting
of accountants.
d.
France’s weak economy and the drain of
Napoleon’s many wars.
A: 200pt
B
R
Q: 300pt
One of the goals of the great powers at the
Congress of Vienna was to
a. keep any one country from dominating
Europe.
b. force the idea of conservatism on Europe.
c. pursue the philosophy of liberalism by
creating a Bill of Rights.
d. build up a continental army to keep
Napoleon from gaining power again.
A: 300pt
A
R
Q: 400pt
The social change brought about by the Industrial
Revolution was evident in the
a.
emergence of the middle class and the working
class.
b.
famines caused by families abandoning their
farms.
c.
cloud of air pollution that choked the British
Isles.
d.
growing death rates from accidents on the roads.
A: 400pt
A
R
Q: 500pt
The factory created a new labor system in which
a.
products were produced by an assembly line
of workers and animals.
b.
workers had to work regular hours and
perform repetitive tasks.
c.
machines were valued more highly than the
workers who ran them.
d.
workers had to adjust to periods of hectic
work followed by idle periods.
A: 500pt
B
L
Q: 100pt
The harsh conditions created by the Industrial
Revolution gave rise to
a.
a movement toward socialism.
b.
the Iron Workers' Revolt of 1886.
c.
the organization of charitable groups.
d.
government oversight of factories.
A: 100pt
A
L
Q: 200pt
One reason Great Britain led the way in the
Industrial Revolution was that it
a.
disregarded the dignity of factory
workers.
b.
was ruled by a constitutional monarchy.
c.
had a lot of money and natural resources.
d.
practiced laissez-faire economics.
A: 200pt
C
L
Q: 300pt
In the Second Industrial Revolution, what
innovations opened up new industrial frontiers?
a. textiles, railroads, iron, and coal
b.a world economy, psychoanalysis, and new
products
c. radios, telephones, light bulbs, and telegraphs
d.steel, chemicals, electricity, and petroleum
A: 300pt
D
L
Q: 400pt
In the nineteenth century, people's lives
became more clearly divided into periods of
work and leisure as a result of
a. feminism.
b. industrialization.
c. public education.
d. universal male suffrage.
A: 400pt
B
L
Q: 500pt
Problems associated with rapid urbanization
included
a. substandard housing and poor
sanitation.
b. chronic shortages of domestic help.
c. feelings of isolation and loneliness.
d. corruption in local governments.
A: 500pt
A
D
Q: 100pt
The colonial takeover of Southeast Asia
began with the rivalry between which
two nations?
a. Japan and China
b. France and Britain
c. Vietnam and Burma
d. United States and China
A: 100pt
B
D
Q: 200pt
Which statement best describes what life was
like for Africans under European rule?
a.
New farming methods improved crop yields.
b.
Africans saw little benefit from their hard
work.
c.
Life improved through education and skills
training.
d.
Africans were forced to move to cities to
prevent a revolt.
A:200pt
B
D
Q: 300pt
What was the goal of the Indian National
Congress?
a.
violent overthrow of British rule
b.
independence for India and Pakistan
c.
a share in the governing process of India
d.
a revolution embraced by both Hindus
and Muslims
A: 300pt
C
D
Q: 400pt
Why were tensions heightened among
countries in Europe after 1900?
a. Socialists had seized power.
b. Some nations refused to trade with
each other.
c. Nations began mobilizing for war.
d. People were joining the Black
Hand.
A: 400pt
C
D
Q: 500pt
Serbia angered Austria-Hungary when it
a. developed imperialist ambitions.
b. tried to form an independent state.
c. mobilized troops along Austria's
border.
d. promised to support Germany's
interests.
A: 500pt
B
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