GAME NAME:

SOC. ST. CH. 7

SINGLE JEOPARDY!®  

CATEGORY 1

CATEGORY 2

CATEGORY 3

CATEGORY 4

CATEGORY 5

CATEGORY 6

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CATEGORY

Explanation

ROARING TWENTIES

ROARING

20S

DAILY LIFE

DAILY LIFE

ENTERTAINMENT

ENTER

TAIN MENT

ART AND MUSIC

ART AND

MUSIC

TERMS

TERMS

PEOPLE

PEOPLE

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Response 1

THE SALE OF THESE

INCREASED AFTER THE WAR

BECAUSE PEOPLE DIDN'T WANT

TO MAKE ANY MORE

SACRIFICES

CONSUMER GOODS

BY 1930 THERE WERE MORE

THAN 26 MILLION OF THESE IN

THE US

AUTOMOBILES

THIS WAS THE FIRST RADIO

STATION TO BROADCAST

NEWS AND WAS IN

PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA

KDKA

THIS WAS THE MOST POPULAR

TYPE OF MUSIC DURING THE

1920S

JAZZ

THESE ARE PRODUCTS MADE

FOR PERSONAL USE

CONSUMER GOODS

HE INVENTED THE MODEL T

HENRY FORD

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Response 2

THESE INCREASED THE PRICES

OF PRODUCTS FROM OTHER

COUNTRIES SO THAT PEOPLE

WOULD BUY PRODUCTS MADE

IN AMERICA

TARIFFS

DUE TO DIFFERENT TYPES OF

TRANSPORTATION AVAILABLE,

PEOPLE STARTED MOVING TO

THESE OUTSIDE A CITY

SUBURBS

BY THE END OF THE 1920S,

MORE THAN 13 MILLION PEOPLE

HAD THESE IN THEIR HOMES.

RADIOS

THIS WAS THE NAME GIVEN TO

STYLISH WOMEN OF THE TIME

FLAPPERS

THIS IS AN INDUSTRY THAT IS

RUN TO MAKE A PROFIT

COMMERCIAL INDUSTRY

THIS AFRICAN AMERICAN WAS

ONE OF THE MOST FAMOUS

BAND LEADERS OF THE 1920S

DUKE ELLINGTON

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Response 3

THESE PEOPLE EXPERIENCED

DIFFICULTIES DURING THE

1920S BECAUSE AFTER THE

WAR ENDED, THE DEMAND FOR

THEIR GOODS DECREASED.

FARMERS

THIS AMENDMENT PROHIBITED

PEOPLE FROM MAKING,

SELLING, OR TRANSPORTING

ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES

18TH AMENDMENT

SHOWIN IN 1927, THIS WAS THE

FIRST MOVIE WITH SOUND

THE JAZZ SINGER

THIS WAS THE MOST POPULAR

DANCE OF THE 1920S

CHARLESTON

THIS ALLOWED A BUYER TO

TAKE HOME A PRODUCT

AFTER PAYING ONLY PART OF

THE PRICE AND MAKING

PAYMENTS UNTIL THE FULL

PRICE WAS PAID

INSTALLMENT BUYING

HE MADE THE FIRST

SUCCESSFUL SOLO FLIGHT

ACROSS THE ATLANTIC OCEAN

FROM NEW YORK TO PARIS

CHARLES LINDBERGH

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Response 4

PEOPLE PUT THEIR MONEY

INTO THIS TO TRY TO STRIKE IT

RICH DURING THE 1920S

STOCK MARKET

THIS IS INFORMATION THAT A

BUSINESS PROVIDES ABOUT A

PRODUCT OR SERVICE TO

MAKE PEOPLE WANT TO BUY IT

ADVERTISING

ATTENDENCE AT THIS GREW

DUE TO PEOPLE LISTENING TO

LIVE RESULTS ON THE RADIO

SPORTING EVENTS

IN THE 1920S, THIS

NEIGHBORHOOD BECAME THE

CENTER FOR AFRICAN

AMERICAN WRITERS,

MUSICIANS, AND ARTISTS

HARLEM

THIS IS A TERM FOR A TIME OF

GREAT INTEREST AND

ACTIVITY IN THE ARTS

RENNAISSANCE

SHE BECAME THE FIRST

FEMALE TO MAKE A SOLO

FLIGHT ACROSS THE ATLANTIC

AMELIA EARHARDT

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Response 5

CONGRESS LIMITED

IMMIGRATION DURING WWI BY

REQUIRING THIS

A LITERACY TEST

THIS AMENDMENT REPEALED

THE PROHIBITION AMENDMENT

21ST AMENDMENT

THIS PERSON BECAME

FAMOUS FOR HIS PLAIN

WRITING STYLE

ERNEST HEMINGWAY

GEORGIA O'KEEFE, EDWARD

HOPPER, AND CHARLES

BURCHFIELD WERE SOME OF

THE MOST FAMOUS OF THESE

DURING THE 1920S

PAINTERS

THIS IS THE OPPOSITE OF

RURAL, MEANING CITY

URBAN

HE WAS ONE OF THE MOST

FAMOUS ARCHITECTS OF THE

20S, DESIGNING EVERYTHING

FROM SINGLE FAMILY HOMES

TO SKYSCRAPERS

FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT

 CATEGORY:   

NEW INNOVATIONS ANDINVENTIONS

FINAL JEOPARDY!®  

 CLUE:   

NAME 2 INNOVATIONS ORINVENTIONS AND GIVE 2DETAILS ABOUT EACH    

 Response:   

RADIO, AIRPLANEINDUSTRY, CAR

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 GAME NAME:

SOC. ST. CH. 7

DOUBLE JEOPARDY!®  

CATEGORY 1

CATEGORY 2

CATEGORY 3

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CATEGORY 5

CATEGORY 6

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CATEGORY

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CATEGORY

Explanation

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Response 1

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Response 2

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Response 3

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Response 4

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Response 5

 CATEGORY:   

NEW INNOVATIONS ANDINVENTIONS

FINAL JEOPARDY!®  

 CLUE:   

NAME 2 INNOVATIONS ORINVENTIONS AND GIVE 2DETAILS ABOUT EACH    

 Response:   

RADIO, AIRPLANEINDUSTRY, CAR

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