Jeopardy Review Game
Transcript Jeopardy Review Game
Usage Guidelines for Jeopardy PowerPoint Game
Right now, Click File > Save As, and save this template with a different file name. This
will keep the template untouched, so you can use it next time!
Scroll through the presentation and enter the answers (which are really the questions)
and the questions (which are really the answers).
Enter in the five category names on the main game board (Slide 4).
Open 2nd Slide, let the sound play. Click to 3rd Slide, let the sound play. Click to 4th Slide
and show students the Game Board
As you play the game, click on the YELLOW DOLLAR AMOUNT that the contestant
calls, not the surrounding box.
When the student answers, click anywhere on the screen to see the correct answer.
Keep track of which questions have already been picked by printing out the game board
screen (Slide 4) and checking off as you go.
Click on the “House / Home Icon” box to return to the main scoreboard.
Final Jeopardy – Go to Slide 3 and click “Final Jeopardy” button in the bottom right
corner, click again for the Question, click again for final jeopardy sound, When that is
finished playing click again for the answer slide.
Renaissance Renaissance Renaissance
God knew who was going to be saved
even before they were born.
What is predestination?
What was the complaints that Martin
Luther nailed to the door of a church?
The law that granted religious
freedom throughout most of France.
What was Edict of Nantes?
Discussion, debate, and reform
What took place at the Council of
One of the effects of the Protestant
Reformation was the sharing of
power between local governments
and strong central government.
What is federalism?
Who was John Calvin?
Executed for translating the Bible
Who was William Tyndale?
Priest who began the reformation to
correct what was wrong with the
Who was Martin Luther?
Reform movement against the
What is Reformation?
Those who protested against the
Who were protestants?
What was Ancient Greek and Roman
cultures referred to as?
When prices are low, trade increases.
How do prices affect trade?
What was Venice famous for?
Made the Silk Road safe to travel
How did the Mongols help increase
trade between Europe and Asia?
A way of thinking and learning that
stresses the importance of human
abilities and actions
What is humanism?
Powerful ruler of Florence who
valued education and culture.
Who was Cosimo de’ Medici?
Leonardo Da Vinci
What Renaissance man was a painter,
artist, inventor, sculptor, engineer,
The first major Italian poet to write in
Who was Dante Alighieri?
A Dutch Humanist priest who
emphasized devotion to God and the
teachings of Jesus.
Who was Desiderius Erasmus?
Both wrote about problems they
observed in their religious societies.
What did Dante and Desiderius
Erasmus have in common?
Johann Gutenberg in Germany.
Who developed a printing press?
What part of society did Machiavelli
want to have an effect on?
Humanist who felt a person can be as
important as the sun.
What ideas were represented in
William Shakespeare’s Romeo and
Wrote a book about his journey that
inspired Renaissance explorers.
What was Marco Polo’s effect on
Europe because of his journey to
Supported the arts and learning.
What effect did merchant families
have on Renaissance?
Final Jeopardy Answer
Ended the Thirty Years’ War that
allowed rulers to decide if their
countries would be Catholic or
Protestant, and made Germany
independent of the Holy Roman
Final Jeopardy Question
What was the Treaty of Westphalia?
2nd Final Jeopardy Answer
While both the Middle Ages and the
Renaissance had thinkers interested in
religion, the Middle Ages used
religion to control people.
Renaissance thinkers focused on
Final Jeopardy Question
How were the ideas of the Middle
Ages different from the ideas of the