SuperTeacherTools SuperTeacherTools Help Subscribe to Email Subscribe to RSS
Jeopardy Home Create a New Game Create a New Game Play This Game in SpeedMatch
How to Use Instant Jeopardy Review:

Instant Jeopardy Review is designed for live play with up to ten individuals or teams. Teams choose a question, then try to give the best answer. Scoring is built in for each team. You can post a link to this review game using the orange game information button below. If you are the creator of this game, you can edit the game with the red edit button. Have fun!
Click here for the answer key for this game

Play This Game Live With Teams Now!  Join Live Game as a Player


Seconds To Answer Each Question
Set to 0 to hide the timer

Prefer the old Flash template? Switch now: USI Jeopardy Unit IV Round III Jeopardy Review Flash Version

USI Jeopardy Unit IV Round III
Play This Game Live Now  Join Live Game as a Player

Turning Points Lincoln's Assassination Reconstruction Racism Hodge Podge
10 10 10 10 10
20 20 20 20 20
30 30 30 30 30
40 40 40 40 40
50 50 50 50 50
Final Question
Edit Game
Where in Pennsylvania did the Union and Confederates engage in a 3-day battle in 1863?
View Answer
Where in Pennsylvania did the Union and Confederates engage in a 3-day battle in 1863?
Battle of Gettysburg

After which battle did Lincoln initially announce his intention to free the slaves in areas that were still in rebellion after January 1, 1863?

View Answer

After which battle did Lincoln initially announce his intention to free the slaves in areas that were still in rebellion after January 1, 1863?


Battle of Antietam


Why was the Emancipation Proclamation a turning point in the Civil War?
View Answer
Why was the Emancipation Proclamation a turning point in the Civil War?
It changed the war to give it a moral cause (the end of slavery)
Why was Lincoln's Re-Election a turning point in the Civil War?
View Answer
Why was Lincoln's Re-Election a turning point in the Civil War?
It meant that there would not be a negotiated peace with the South
Which Supreme Court precedent undermined Reconstruction by ruling that the right to ride trains and use public facilities was the duty of a state to regulate and not Congress?
View Answer
Which Supreme Court precedent undermined Reconstruction by ruling that the right to ride trains and use public facilities was the duty of a state to regulate and not Congress?
Slaughterhouse Cases
Where was President Lincoln on April 14, 1865 when an assassin shot him in the head?
View Answer
Where was President Lincoln on April 14, 1865 when an assassin shot him in the head?
Ford's Theater
Who assassinated Abraham Lincoln?
View Answer
Who assassinated Abraham Lincoln?
John Wilkes Booth
Which federal agency did Abraham Lincoln approve in the hours before his assassination?
View Answer
Which federal agency did Abraham Lincoln approve in the hours before his assassination?
Secret Service
Which of the co-conspirators of John Wilkes Booth escaped by fleeing the country and was eventually caught in Egypt?
View Answer
Which of the co-conspirators of John Wilkes Booth escaped by fleeing the country and was eventually caught in Egypt?
John Surrat
What did Lincoln's assassin yell after shooting Lincoln?
View Answer
What did Lincoln's assassin yell after shooting Lincoln?
Sic Semper Tyrannis! (Ever thus to tyrants!)
Whose Reconstruction Plan was known as the “Ten Percent Plan”?
View Answer
Whose Reconstruction Plan was known as the “Ten Percent Plan”?
Abraham Lincoln
Whose Reconstruction Plan required wealthy and prominent Southerners to write to the president directly in order to receive pardons?
View Answer
Whose Reconstruction Plan required wealthy and prominent Southerners to write to the president directly in order to receive pardons?
Andrew Johnson
Which group in Congress pushed for harsher Reconstruction terms for the South?
View Answer
Which group in Congress pushed for harsher Reconstruction terms for the South?
Radical Republicans
What group of Southerners hoped to unite Southern whites and regain Southern power?
View Answer
What group of Southerners hoped to unite Southern whites and regain Southern power?
Redeemers
Which Reconstruction Plan called for a majority of a state’s prewar voters to swear a loyalty oath before Reconstruction could begin and called for African American equality?
View Answer
Which Reconstruction Plan called for a majority of a state’s prewar voters to swear a loyalty oath before Reconstruction could begin and called for African American equality?
Wade-Davis Bill
Which fraternal organization formed to subjugate and intimidate freedmen?
View Answer
Which fraternal organization formed to subjugate and intimidate freedmen?
Ku Klux Klan
What was the name for laws passed in the South that aimed to limit African American rights?
View Answer
What was the name for laws passed in the South that aimed to limit African American rights?
Black Codes
Which tactic to prevent African Americans from voting required the payment of money in order to vote?
View Answer
Which tactic to prevent African Americans from voting required the payment of money in order to vote?
Poll Tax
Which rule allowed poor and uneducated Southern whites to vote while still preventing African Americans from voting under discriminatory tactics in the South?
View Answer
Which rule allowed poor and uneducated Southern whites to vote while still preventing African Americans from voting under discriminatory tactics in the South?
Grandfather Clause
Which laws in the South sought to keep African Americans and whites segregated?
View Answer
Which laws in the South sought to keep African Americans and whites segregated?
Jim Crow Laws
What was the term used for the process of bringing the Southern states back into the Union, rebuilding the South’s economy, and promoting the rights of former slaves?
View Answer
What was the term used for the process of bringing the Southern states back into the Union, rebuilding the South’s economy, and promoting the rights of former slaves?
Reconstruction
For the first time in history, how did journalists like Matthew Brady bring battlefield images of the Civil War to the public?
View Answer
For the first time in history, how did journalists like Matthew Brady bring battlefield images of the Civil War to the public?
Photographs
Where did the majority of African Americans live after the Civil War?
View Answer
Where did the majority of African Americans live after the Civil War?
Rural South
Which song, allegedly written by Daniel Decatur Emmett of Ohio became the unofficial anthem of the Confederacy during the Civil War?
View Answer
Which song, allegedly written by Daniel Decatur Emmett of Ohio became the unofficial anthem of the Confederacy during the Civil War?
Dixie
In what city was the KKK founded?
View Answer
In what city was the KKK founded?
Pulaski, Tennessee
Number your paper from 1-7. The team with the most correct answers will win Final Jeopardy. 1. What was the name of General Grant's Division at Appomattox Court House? 2. What was the name of General Lee's division at Appomattox Court House? 3. Who was the President of the U.S. during the Civil War? 4. Who was the first Vice President of the U.S. during the Civil War? 5. Who was the second Vice President of the U.S. during the Civil War? 6. Who was the President of the Confederacy during the Civil War? and 7. Who was the Vice President of the Confederacy during the Civil War?
View Answer
Number your paper from 1-7. The team with the most correct answers will win Final Jeopardy. 1. What was the name of General Grant's Division at Appomattox Court House? 2. What was the name of General Lee's division at Appomattox Court House? 3. Who was the President of the U.S. during the Civil War? 4. Who was the first Vice President of the U.S. during the Civil War? 5. Who was the second Vice President of the U.S. during the Civil War? 6. Who was the President of the Confederacy during the Civil War? and 7. Who was the Vice President of the Confederacy during the Civil War?
1. Army of the Potomac, 2. Army of Northern Virginia, 3. Abraham Lincoln, 4. Hannibal Hamlin, 5. Andrew Johnson, 6. Jefferson Davis, 7. Alexander Stephens




Scoreboard
Scoreboard
Team 1
Lose Point
Add Point
Team 2
Lose Point
Add Point
Team 3
Lose Point
Add Point
Team 4
Lose Point
Add Point
Team 5
Lose Point
Add Point
Team 6
Lose Point
Add Point
Team 7
Lose Point
Add Point
Team 8
Lose Point
Add Point
Team 9
Lose Point
Add Point
Team 10
Lose Point
Add Point


What Would You Like To Risk?

Scoreboard
Team 1
Minus 1
Plus 1
Team 2
Minus 1
Plus 1
Team 3
Minus 1
Plus 1
Team 4
Minus 1
Plus 1
Team 5
Minus 1
Plus 1
Team 6
Minus 1
Plus 1
Team 7
Minus 1
Plus 1
Team 8
Minus 1
Plus 1
Team 9
Minus 1
Plus 1
Team 10
Minus 1
Plus 1


Go To The Final Question
Final Score:
Scoreboard
Team 1
Lose Point
Add Point
Team 2
Lose Point
Add Point
Team 3
Lose Point
Add Point
Team 4
Lose Point
Add Point
Team 5
Lose Point
Add Point
Team 6
Lose Point
Add Point
Team 7
Lose Point
Add Point
Team 8
Lose Point
Add Point
Team 9
Lose Point
Add Point
Team 10
Lose Point
Add Point


Create a New Game Create a New Game