Monday, April 21, 2014

TERM GAME X 2

IT'S BACK!!!!!!

YOU KNOW JUST HOW ADDICTED YOU ARE TO THE GAME!!!  BET YOUR EXCITED!!

This time around, you are allowed to use ANY TERM found in APUSH - beginning to end!!

To make this interesting.... the WINNER gets a bonus 100 as a Unit Exam score!!!! (extra and does not excuse you from your final unit exam that is coming up!!!)  The one that post the most is the winner!! Plan and simple.  All you need is two people to get the ball rolling.  Don't forget the rules!!! If you break them, you lose points!!  Remember to keep hitting refresh so you are sure you are answering to the last post!  The game officially ends at midnight Friday!!!!

REMINDER:
Dealing with X, Y, and Z words.  True, there aren't many of these in your APUSH historical terms, but to make the game interesting - when you get to any of these three letters, you must use any that does exist.  If there are no more words that begin with X, Y, or Z (x & z will be the hardest), then you can declare a "SKIP" and move to the next letter.  WARNING:  if the person responding to your next letter finds a word that has not be used - then they can declare a FOUL and YOU (the one that declared the "SKIP" will lose point.

ALSO.... Last time some of you tried to skirt around the rules!!! If you use "Alexander Hamilton" as your "A" word, NO ONE can use "Hamilton, Alexander" as their "H" word.  Once the word has been used, in ANY FORM, it cannot be reused!!!

BTW - when you reach the end of the alphabet - you know... you just start over from the beginning!

GOOD LUCK!!!!


FIRST WORD: AMERICAN SYSTEM!!!

15 comments:

  1. American System- Henry Clay's economic system that promotes a strong banking system, a protective tariff and a new Federal Bank and to begin work on internal improvements

    Next term: Bolshevik's Revolution

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  2. Happened in 1917. The second stage of the Russian Revolution in November 1917 when Vladimir Lenin and his Bolshevik Party seized power and established a communist state. The first stage had occurred the previous February when more moderate revolutionaries overthrew the Russian Czar

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  3. Christopher columbus: italian seafarer who persuaded the Spanish monarchs to outfit him with three tiny but seaworthy ships manned by a motley crew.  On October 12, 1492 his crew sighted an island in the Bahamas, a new world thus swam within the vision of Europeans. He was one of the most successful failures in history. He was so certain that the land that he came across to was East Indies and that he call the people ‘ Indies’ yet it was the New World. (

    Next term: Detente

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  4. Relaxation of tensions between the United States and its two major Communist rivals, the Soviet Union and China.

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  5. Embargo act: enacted in response to British and French mistreatment of Americans.the act banned the export of all goods from the U.S to any foreign port. Greatly affect the U.S economy but only had a marginal effect on Europe's

    Next term: Foster, Stephen

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    a white Pennsylvanian who made a valuable contribution to American folk music by capturing the plaintive spirit of true slaves with songs like "Old Folks at Home" and "Oh!Susana!"

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  7. Glass Steagall Act - created the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, which insured individual bank deposits and ended a century-long tradition of unstable banking that had reached a crisis in the Great Depression.

    Next Term: Hoovervilles

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  8. Hoovervilles

    many families lost their homes because they could not pay their mortgages. These people had no choice but to seek alternative forms of shelter. Hoovervilles, named after President Hoover, who was blamed for the problems that led to the depression, sprung up throughout the United States.

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  9. Iroquois confederacy: This group consisted of five Indian nations: the Mohawk, Seneca, Cayuga, Onondaga, and Oneida. These nations formed a defensive alliance in the fifteenth century. The Iroquois were able to maintain their autonomy by avoiding a close relationship with the English or the French. They traded successfully with both groups and played them against each other, as a direct result of this they maintained power in the Great Lakes region.

    Next term: Jacksonian democracy

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  10. Jacksonian Democracy

    The idea of spreading political power to the people and ensuring majority rule as well as supporting the "common man"

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