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Jeopardy Final Jeopardy Imperialism Spanish – American War Imperialism in Asia U. S Imperialism Potpourri $100 $100 $200 $200 $300 $300 $400 $400 $500 $500
$100 Imperialism Q: What is the term for the stronger nations extending their economic, political and military control over weaker territories?
$100 Imperialism R: Imperialism
$200 Imperialism Q: What type of imperialism is it when a country indirectly controls an area, for example, the U. S. and Cuba?
$200 Imperialism R: Protectorate
$300 imperialism Q: Several European countries grabbed areas of China, these areas were known as?
$300 Imperialism R: Spheres of Influence
$400 Imperialism Q: What is it called (most common form) when a country directly rules another area?
$400 Imperialism R: Colony
$500 Imperialism Q What are the 3 factors of Imperialism?
$500 Imperialism R: 1. Desire for military strength 2. New Markets 3. Belief in cultural superiority
$100 Spanish - American War What are the 2 sites where the Spanish – American war was fought?
$100 Spanish – American War Philippines and Cuba
$200 Spanish – American War Q: U. S. ship sunk offshore of Havana, Cuba; blamed on the Spanish.
$200 Spanish – American War R: The Maine
$300 Spanish – American War Q: A type of journalism that presents little or no legitimate well-researched news and instead uses eye-catching headlines to sell more newspapers.
$300 Spanish – American War R: Yellow Journalism
$ 400 Spanish – American War Volunteer soldiers led by Theodore Roosevelt during the Spanish-American War
$400 Imperialism In Africa R: Who were the Rough Riders?
$500 Spanish – American War Q: Who commanded the Battle of Manila Bay in the Philippines
$500 Spanish – American War R: Commodore George Dewey
$100 Imperialism in Asia Q: Anti-Foreign sentiment in China led to an uprising called?
$100 Imperialism in Asia R: The Boxer Rebellion
$200 Imperialism in Asia Q: Was the Secretary of State in 1899; dispatched the Open Door Notes to keep the countries that had spheres of influence in China from taking over China and closing the doors on trade between China and the U. S.
$200 Imperialism in Asia R: John Hay
$300 Imperialism in Asia Q: Message sent by John Hay to other countries to protect U. S. trading rights in China.
$300 Imperialism in Asia R: Open Door Notes
$400 Imperialism in Asia Set a message To Japan to open their ports to trade.
$400 Imperialism in Asia R: Commodore Perry
$500 Imperialism in Asia Q: Filipino who led both the Philippine Revolution against Spain, and then the United States.
$500 Imperialism in Asia R: Emilio Aguinado
$100 U. S. Imperialism Q: Allowed the United States to intervene in Cuba and gave the United States control of the naval base at Guantanamo Bay.
$200 U. S. Imperialism R: Platt Amendment
$100 U. S. Imperialism Q: Foreign Policy idea by Taft to make countries dependent on the U. S. by heavily investing in their economies.
$200 U. S. Imperialism R: Dollar Diplomacy
$300 U. S. Imperialism Q: Law passed by congress in 1900's under which the US gave Puerto Ricans a limited say in government.
$300 U. S. Imperialism R: Foraker Act
$400 U. S. Imperialism Q: Became the slogan of the Kanaka people who sought to restore the traditional ways of the kingdom.
$400 U. S. Imperialism R: Hawaii for Hawaiians (less power for American business men)
$500 U. S. Imperialism Q: Extension of the Monroe Doctrine Policeman, Protectorate, Big Brother
$500 U. S. Imperialism R: Roosevelt Corollary
$100 Potpourri Q: The belief that Americans are superior to uncivilized people
$100 Potpourri R: Social Darwinism
$200 Potpourri Q: Connects the Atlantic Ocean with the Pacific Ocean, built from 1904 - 1914.
$300 Potpourri R:
$200 Potpourri Q: Who believed that America's survival depended upon a strong navy.
$300 Potpourri R: Alfred T. Mahan
$400 Potpourri Q: US senator who negotiated purchase of Alaska.
$400 Potpourri R: William Seward
$500 Potpourri Q: President of Hawaii until Hawaii was annexed into the United States, was involved with Sugar cane and Pineapples on fertile Hawaii land.
$500 Potpourri R: Sanford B. Dole
Final Jeopardy Question Who led the fight for independence in the Philippines against the U. S. ?
Final Jeopardy Response Emilio Aquinaldo
Name three of the four areas that the U. S. A. exercised at least some control of after the Spanish. American War. ?
Daily Double Reponses Cuba, The Philippines, Guam, and Puerto Rico
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