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  1. With your host Mr. Bass!!

  2. Jeopardy Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin.

  3. Vocabulary “Enlighten” Me England vs. America The Great Awakening Historical Documents The Colonies 10 Point 10 Point 10 Point 10 Point 10 Point 10 Point 20 Points 20 Points 20 Points 20 Points 20 Points 20 Points 30 Points 30 Points 30 Points 30 Points 30 Points 30 Points 40 Points 40 Points 40 Points 40 Points 40 Points 40 Points 50 Points 50 Points 50 Points 50 Points 50 Points 50 Points

  4. This term refers to the “beneficial” neglect that resulted from the distance between England and the 13 colonies.

  5. What is Salutary Neglect?

  6. John Locke proposed that people were born with “these”…naturally.

  7. What are natural rights?

  8. This “geometric” trade system involved the sale and transport of slaves from Africa and manufactured goods from England.

  9. What is the Triangular Trade?

  10. This phrase became a rallying cry of colonists that were frustrated by the lack of representation in English parliament. “No…

  11. What is “No taxation without representation?”

  12. This type of “source” of information provides a first hand or eyewitness account of a historical event.

  13. What is a primary source?

  14. Name three individuals that were associated with the Enlightenment.

  15. John Locke, Montesquieu, Newtown, Copernicus, Ben Franklin

  16. The Enlightenment represented a triumph of science and reason over “this.”

  17. What is Middle-Age superstition and/or religious beliefs.

  18. John Locke believed that governments were formed to protect “them,” while acknowledging that people should agree to give some of “them” up to safeguard the interests of the community.

  19. What are rights or freedoms?

  20. During the Enlightenment, ordinary people began to challenge the authority of “these” two powerful entities that were traditionally at the top of the social hierarchy.

  21. What are the Church and King?

  22. The political ideas of John Locke can be seen in the wording of “this” revolutionary document.

  23. What is the Declaration of Independence?

  24. The Seven Years’ War would be better known by “this” name in the 13 colonies.

  25. What is the French and Indian War?

  26. The Quartering Act required colonists to…

  27. What is house and provide for British troops?

  28. Identify the historical event depicted in the image and explain what happened?

  29. What is the Boston Massacre? What is the fact that colonists were protesting against and taunting British soldiers, who opened fire upon and killed several demonstrators.

  30. Many American colonists showed that they were willing to fight for the right to govern themselves at “these” two places.

  31. What are Lexington and Concord?

  32. The Proclamation of 1763 stated “this.”

  33. What is colonists were not permitted to settle west of the Appalachian Mountains.

  34. The Great Awakening most directly influenced the inhabitants of “this” colonial region.

  35. What are the Northern/New England Colonies?

  36. Charismatic preachers such as encouraged colonists to develop “this” type of relationship with God.

  37. Who is George Whitefield and what is individual?

  38. The religious revival of the Great Awakening led to the formation of many new ones.

  39. What are churches?

  40. One of the methods by which preachers would encourage colonists to attend church sermons and become devout religious zealots.

  41. What is “guilt trip” or frighten colonists by delivering powerful sermons that appealed to emotion.

  42. During the Great Awakening, colonists realized they could establish an individual relationship with God. This revolutionary new point of view led colonists to begin asking “this” question.

  43. Why, if the colonists can establish an individual relationship with God, can they not govern themselves as well.

  44. King John was forced to sign “this” historical document in “this” year.

  45. What is the Magna Carta in 1215?

  46. Thomas Jefferson wrote in the Declaration of Independence that “these” were unalienable rights.

  47. What are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness?

  48. Created in 1689, “this” document guaranteed certain basic freedoms. Name the document and at least two rights that it guaranteed.

  49. What is the English Bill of Rights, the right to petition, freedom from cruel and unusual punishment, right to bear arms, and the right to trial by jury.