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CATEGORY 1

CATEGORY 2

CATEGORY 3

CATEGORY 4

CATEGORY 5

CATEGORY 6

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CATEGORY

ABBREVIATED
CATEGORY

Explanation

VOCABULARY 1

VOCAB 1

MATCH THE WORDS WITH THE

DEFINITIONS

MAPS

MAPS

THE FOLLOWING DEAL WITH

INFORMATION ABOUT MAPS

SPANISH EXPLORERS

SPANEXP

NAME THE SPANISH EXPLORER

DESCRIBED

NATIVES IN THE AMERICAS

NATIVES

THESE ARE ABOUT THE

NATIVES WHO LIVING IN THE

AMERICAS

CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS

COLUMBU

THESE ARE ABOUT

CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS

NUMBERS

NUMBERS

THESE ARE ALL QUESTIONS

WHERE THE ANSWER IS A

NUMBER.

CLUE 1

ROW VALUE
200 POINTS


Response 1

A FAST SAILING SHIP THAT

COULD BE STEERED EASILY

AND HOLD LARGE AMOUNTS

OF CARGO

CARAVEL

THIS SHOWS DIRECTIONS ON A

MAP

COMPASS ROSE

THIS EXPLORER WAS TRYING

TO GET TO THE INDIES BUT

INSTEAD HE RAN INTO NEW

ISLANDS NEAR NORTH

AMERICA

CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS

A CARIBBEAN GROUP OF

PEOPLE THAT WE DON'T KNOW

MUCH ABOUT BECAUSE THE

SPANISH DESTROYED MOST

OF THEIR CULTURE

THE TAINO

THE KING AND QUEEN WHO

PAID FOR COLUMBUS'

EXPEDITION

FERDINAND & ISABELLA

HOW MANY STUDENTS ARE IN

OUR CLASS

20

CLUE 2

ROW VALUE
400 POINTS


Response 2

THE MOVEMENT OF PEOPLE,

PLANTS, ANIMALS, AND GERMS

ACROSS THE ATLANTIC OCEAN

FOLLOWING THE VOYAGES OF

COLUMBUS

COLUMBIAN EXCHANGE

THESE ARE THE 4 MAIN

DIRECTIONS

NORTH, EAST, SOUTH,

WEST

STORIES OF THE FOUNTAIN OF

YOUTH LED HIM TO EXPLORE

FLORIDA

JUAN PONCE DE LEON

THE EUROPEANS BROUGHT

THIS INVENTION TO THE

AMERICAS WHICH THE

NATIVES HAD ONLY HAD ON

TOYS

THE WHEEL

THE COUNTRY CHRISTOPHER

COLUMBUS WAS  BORN IN

ITALY

HOW MANY SHIPS DID

COLUMBUS HAVE ON HIS FIRST

VOYAGE

3

CLUE 3

ROW VALUE
600 POINTS


Response 3

A LARGE PIECE OF LAND IN

NEW SPAIN GIVEN BY THE

SPANISH GOVERNMENT TO

SPANISH COLONISTS DURING

THE 1500S

ENCOMIENDA

THE SUN SETS IN THIS

DIRECTION

WEST

THIS EXPLORER CONQUERED

THE INCAN EMPIRE IN 1531

FRANCISCO PIZARRO

HE WAS THE EMPEROR OF THE

AZTEC PEOPLE WHEN CORTES

FIRST ARRIVED

MOCTEZUMA II

THESE ARE THE NAMES OF

COLUBUS'S SHIPS (NAME ALL

THREE)

NINA, PINTA, SANTA

MARIA

IN WHAT YEAR DID COLUMBUS

MAKE HIS FIRST VOYAGE TO

THE AMERICAS

1492

CLUE 4

ROW VALUE
800 POINTS


Response 4

A PERSON WHO TEACHES HIS

OR HER RELIGION TO PEOPLE

OF DIFFERENT BELIEFS

MISSIONARY

THIS ISANOTHER NAME FOR

ZERO DEGREES OF LATITUDE

EQUATOR

HE DECLARED MEXICO A

SPANISH COLONY AND NAMED

IT NEW SPAIN

FERNANDO CORTES

THE MAYAN PEOPLE LIVED ON

WHAT PENINSULA OF MEXICO

YUCATAN PENINSULA

COLUMBUS FIRST LANDED ON

THIS GROUP OF CARIBEAN

ISLANDS

BAHAMAS

THE NUMBER OF TROOPS

THATPIZARRO LED TO

CONQUER THE INCAS

180

CLUE 5

ROW VALUE
1000 POINTS


Response 5

SPANISH SOLDIERS WHO

FOUGHT AT TENOCHTITLAN

AND CAME TO THE AMERICAS

DURING THE 1500S.

CONQUISTADOR

THIS IS ANOTHER NAME FOR

ZERO DEGREES OF LONGITUDE

PRIME MERIDIAN

HE SEARCHED IN WHAT IS NOW

THE SOUTHWESTERN UNITED

STATES FOR THE "SEVEN

CITIES OF GOLD"

CORONADO

THIS CITY WAS THE CAPITAL

OF THE AZTEC LAND

TENOCHTITLAN

COLUMBUS NAMED THIS

ISLAND

SAN SALVADOR

HOW MANY SPANISH TROOPS

DID CORTEZ BRING WITH HIM

TO CONQUER THE AZTEC

500

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CITIES  

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 CLUE:   

THE ANICIENT CITY OFTENOCHTITLAN WAS IN THESAME LOCATION AS THISMODERN CITY   

 Response:   

MEXICO CITY

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CATEGORY 1

CATEGORY 2

CATEGORY 3

CATEGORY 4

CATEGORY 5

CATEGORY 6

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CATEGORY

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CATEGORY

Explanation

VOCABULARY 2

VOCAB 2

NAME THE WORD THAT FITS

THE DEFINITION

AZTECS

AZTECS

THESE ALL DEAL WITH THE

AZTECS

INCAS

INCAS

THESE ALL DEAL WITH THE

INCAS

SLAVES

SLAVES

THESE ALL DEAL WITH SLAVES

WHO AM I #1

WHO AM I

#1

NAME THE PERSON DESCRIBED

WHO AM I #2

WHO AM I

#2

NAME THE PERSON DESCRIBED

CLUE 1

ROW VALUE
400 POINTS


Response 1

A SETTLEMENT RULED BY

ANOTHER COUNTRY

COLONY

THE RULER OF THE AZTECS

MOCTEZUMA

THE MOUNTAINS THE INCAS

CALLED HOME

ANDES MOUNTAINS

ORIGINAL SLAVES IN NEW

SPAIN

INDIANS

SHE WAS THE DAUGHTER OF

CHIEF POWHATAN

POCAHONTAS

HE WAS A LEADER OF

JAMESTOWN

CAPTAIN JOHN SMITH

CLUE 2

ROW VALUE
800 POINTS


Response 2

A GROUP OF WARSHIPS

ARMADA

THE CAPITAL CITY OF THE

AZTECS

TENOCHTITLAN

HE WAS THE KING OF THE

INCAS

ATAHUALLPA

THEY REPLACED THE ORIGINAL

SLAVES IN NEW SPAIN

AFRICANS

HE SAID , "HE WHO DOES NOT

WORK, WILL NOT EAT"

CAPTAIN JOHN SMITH

HE STARTED THE FRENCH FUR

TRADE WITH THE HURONS

JACQUES CARTIER

CLUE 3

ROW VALUE
1200 POINTS


Response 3

A PERSON WHO TEACHES

ABOUT THEIR RELIGION

MISSIONARY

THE AZTEC GOD WHO WAS TO

RETURN

QUETZALCOATL

THIS WEAKENED THE INCA

EMPIRE

CIVIL WAR

THREE DISEASES WHICH

KILLED MANY INDIAN SLAVES

MEASLES, INFLUENZA,

SMALLPOX, SCARLET

HE SEARCHED FOR THE

FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH

PONCE DE LEON

HE WAS BURIED IN THE

MISSISSIPPI RIVER

DE SOTO

CLUE 4

ROW VALUE
1600 POINTS


Response 4

A PERSON WHO TRANSLATES

LANGUAGES

INTERPRETER

WHAT MEXICO CITY WAS

BUILT ON

TENOCHTITLAN

THE NUMBER OF SOLDIERS

PIZARRO HAD

180

HOW SLAVES WERE BROUGHT

TO AMERICA

SLAVE SHIPS

HE FOUND THE GRAND

CANYON

CORONADO

HE WAS THE LEADER OF THE

LOST COLONY

JOHN WHITE

CLUE 5

ROW VALUE
2000 POINTS


Response 5

THE MOVEMENT OF GOODS

BETWEEN THE NEW AND OLD

WORLDS

COLUMBIAN EXCHANGE

3 SIGNS THAT THE AZTEC

EMPIRE WAS ENDING

EARTHQUAKES, COMETS,

FLOODS, DREAMS,

WHAT THE INCA KING OFFERS

AS RANSOM

A ROOM FULL OF GOLD

AND SILVER

THE PART OF AFRICA MOST

SLAVES CAME FROM

WEST AFRICA

HE EXPLORED THE NEW YORK

AREA FOR THE DUTCH

HENRY HUDSON

HE WAS THE CHIEF WHO

CAPTURED CAPTAIN JOHN

SMITH

POWHATAN

 CATEGORY:   

CITIES  

FINAL JEOPARDY!®  

 CLUE:   

THE ANICIENT CITY OFTENOCHTITLAN WAS IN THESAME LOCATION AS THISMODERN CITY   

 Response:   

MEXICO CITY

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