Jeopardy - Suffolk City Public Schools

Jeopardy - Suffolk City Public Schools

Jeopardy Greece and Rome Mali

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Q $500 Final Jeopardy $100 Question from ancient Greece and Rome

What styles in architecture used today came from ancient Greece? $100 Answer from ancient Greece and Rome

columns $200 Question from ancient Greece and Rome What is a government in which people vote to make their own rules and

laws? (each vote counts) $200 Answer from ancient Greece and Rome Direct Democracy

$300 Question from ancient Greece and Rome What sporting events came from ancient Greece?

$300 Answer from ancient Greece and Rome The Olympic Games

$400 Question from ancient Greece and Rome Where is the birthplace of democracy? $400 Answer from ancient Greece and Rome

Greece $500 Question from ancient Greece and Rome What is a republican form of

government? $500 Answer from ancient Greece and Rome A Representative Democracy

$100 Question from Mali Where was the home of the empire of Mali? $100 Answer from Mali

Africa $200 Question from Mali What city was important

because it had a famous university with a large library containing Greek and Roman books? $200 Answer from Mali

Timbuktu $300 Question from Mali What do you call people who passed on traditions and

stories from one generation to the next? $300 Answer from Mali Storytellers

$400 Question from Mali What resource did people use for their health and for preserving food? $400 Answer from Mali

Salt $500 Question from Mali What powerful rich and powerful people ruled

Mali? $500 Answer from Mali KINGS

$100 Question from Explorers What is a person called who travels seeking new discoveries? $100 Answer from Explorers

An Explorer $200 Question from Explorers Which explorers did Spain sponsor?

$200 Answer from Explorer Christopher Columbus Juan Ponce de Leon $300 Question from Explorers

What country sponsored Jacques Cartier? $300 Answer from Explorers France

$400 Question from Explorers What country sponsored Christopher Columbus and Juan Ponce de Leon?

$400 Answer from Explorers Spain $500 Question from Explorers Who arrived at present day

Jamestown, and was one of the first men to reach the Fall Line of the James River? $500 Answer from Explorers

Christopher Newport $100 Question from Maps Where was ancient Greece and Rome located?

$100 Answer from Maps On land near the Mediterranean Sea Europe

$200 Question from Maps What are places that have common characteristics? $200 Answer from Maps Regions

$300 Question from Maps What imaginary lines are used to create hemispheres?

$300 Answer from Maps Prime Meridian and Equator $400 Question from Maps

On which continent is the country of England located? $400 Answer from Maps Europe

$500 Question from Maps Where is Quebec located? $500 Answer from Maps

Canada $100 Question from History Mystery

What were the human characteristics of ancient Greece? $100 Answer from History Mystery

farmers, shipbuilders, and traders $200 Question from History Mystery What is an act of giving or doing something?

$200 Answer from History Mystery contribution

$300 Question from History Mystery Where did Juan Ponce de Leon land to give Spain a claim in the new world?

$300 Answer from History Mystery St. Augustine, Florida $400 Question from History

Mystery What is the name of the desert in which salt was a source for Mali?

$400 Answer from History Mystery Sahara Desert $500 Question from History Mystery

Empire of Mali: What was traded for the salt? $500 Answer from History Mystery

GOLD Final Jeopardy Draw a graphic organizer to compare ancient Greece and Rome.

A) Greece (Write 2 facts about ancient Greece that doesnt apply to ancient Rome) B) Rome (Write 2 facts about ancient Rome that doesnt apply to ancient Greece) C) Similarities (Write 2 facts that apply to both ancient Greece and ancient Rome)

Final Jeopardy Answer

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