A Crews Production Rules: 1. Each team gets one chance to answer their question. 2. Each team will have a chance to choose a topic. 3. Each question that is answered incorrectly will still be up for grabs. FINAL JEOPARDY Henry VIII Prehistoric America Columbus 100 100 200 Spain and Portugal England, France and Holland 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500 Henry VIII for $100 The most important job of any king that Henry failed to do Who is…? Have a son who lives to take over the kingdom. Back to Game Henry VIII for $200 Henry had this many wives Who is…? 6 Back to Game Henry VIII for $300 What Henry did when the Catholic pope would not grant him a divorce from his first wife Who is…? He broke away from the Catholic Church, and formed the Church of England. He appointed himself leader of the church and granted himself a divorce. Back to Game Henry VIII for $400 Idea Henry had to help England compete with other European countries for wealth and power Who is…? Colonize in the Americas Back to Game Henry VIII for $500 Henry’s daughter who became queen and actually authorized exploration and colonization of the Americas Who is…? Elizabeth Back to Game Prehistoric Americans for $100 The name of the land bridge from Asia believed to be the route the first Americans took to get to North America What is…? Beringia Back to Game Prehistoric Americans for $200 Adaptation made by the Incas to grow crops on mountainsides What is? terracing Back to Game Prehistoric Americans for $300 Group known for growing maize and live human sacrifice. They lived in Central Mexico What is…? Aztec Back to Game Prehistoric Americans for $400 This group built dramatic stone pyramids and developed a calendar What is…? Maya Back to Game Prehistoric Americans for $500 Game played by the Mayans that is similar to soccer and basketball What is…? tlachtli Back to Game Columbus for $100 Country Columbus sailed for What is…? Spain Back to Game Columbus for $200 DAILY DOUBLE Columbus’ three ships What is…? Nina, Pinta, Santa Maria Back to Game Columbus for $300 Exchange of goods and ideas between the Americas and the Europeans What is…? Columbian Exchange Back to Game Columbus for $400 Columbus’ goal for sailing west across the Atlantic before anyone else had tried What is…? All water trade route with Asia Back to Game Columbus for $500 Spanish monarchs who gave Columbus permission and ships for his voyage What is…? King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella Back to Game Spain and Portugal for $100 Portuguese explorer who first made it to the southern tip of Africa What is…? Bartholomew Diaz Back to Game Spain and Portugal for $200 Portuguese explorer who first established an all water trade route between Europe and Asia What is…? Vasco de Gama Back to Game Spain and Portugal for $300 Conquistador who defeated the Inca and their leader Atahualpa What is…? Francisco Pizzarro Back to Game Spain and Portugal for $400 Conquistador who conquered the Aztec and their leader Montezuma What is…? Hernando Cortez Back to Game Spain and Portugal for $500 First person to circumnavigate the earth What is…? Ferdinand Magellan Back to Game England, France, and Holland for $100 His explorations for Holland gave the Dutch claim to the land along the river that now bears his name What is…? Henry Hudson Back to Game England, France and Holland for $200 He was the first French Explorer to explore the St. Lawrence River What is…? Jacques Cartier Back to Game England, France and Holland for $300 He founded the city of Quebec for the French What is…? Samuel de Champlain Back to Game England, France and Holland for $400 He explored the Great Lakes, Mississippi River, and Ohio River for France. He named the territory he claimed for the French after King Louis, Louisiana Who is…? Robert de La Salle Back to Game England, France, and Spain for $500 His explorations of the northeast coast of what is now the United States gave England their claim to that land What is…? John Cabot Back to Game Category: European Settlements in America Make your wager Name the first and oldest European settlement in what is now the United States. It still exists today.