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Let's Play. Who Wants To Be A Millionaire Student?. $ 1 Million $ 500,000 $ 250,000 $ 125,000 $ 64,000 $ 32,000 $ 16,000 $ 8,000 $ 4,000 $ 2,000 $ 1,000 $ 500 $ 200 $ 100. 50:50. Sorry, that is not correct. Thank you for playing. Call on any student. Ask The Audience. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • 50:50 $ 1 Million $ 500,000 $ 250,000 $ 125,000 $ 64,000 $ 32,000 $ 16,000 $ 8,000 $ 4,000 $ 2,000 $ 1,000 $ 500 $ 200 $ 100

  • Sorry, that is not correct.Thank you for playing.

  • Call on any student.

  • Ask The Audience.

  • Congratulations!You are now aMILLIONAIRESTUDENT!

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  • $ 100 QuestionWhich of the following did not stimulate U.S. imperialism?thirst for new economic marketsneed for a new source of cheap labordesire for military strengtha belief in cultural superiorityA.B.C.D.50:50

  • $ 100 QuestionWhich of the following did not stimulate U.S. imperialism?thirst for new economic marketsneed for a new source of cheap laborA.B.C.D.50:50

  • $ 200 QuestionJos Mart organized a guerrilla campaign todestroy American-owned property in Cuba in order toprovoke U.S. intervention in Cuba.give money to poor Cuban nativesretaliate against U.S. involvement in Cubarecover family land from U.S. controlA.B.C.D.50:50

  • $ 200 QuestionJos Mart organized a guerrilla campaign todestroy American-owned property in Cuba in order toprovoke U.S. intervention in Cuba.retaliate against U.S. involvement in CubaA.B.C.D.50:50

  • $ 500 QuestionAll of the following countries came under some form of U.S. control as a result of the Spanish-American War exceptHawaiiCubathe PhilippinesPuerto RicoA.B.C.D.50:50

  • $ 500 QuestionAll of the following countries came under some form of U.S. control as a result of the Spanish-American War exceptHawaiiCubaA.B.C.D.50:50

  • $ 1,000 QuestionGeneral John J. Pershing led a force of fifteen thousand soldiers in an attempt to captureJos MartEmiliano ZapataPancho VillaEmilio AquinaldoA.B.C.D.50:50

  • $ 1,000 QuestionGeneral John J. Pershing led a force of fifteen thousand soldiers in an attempt to capturePancho VillaEmilio AquinaldoA.B.C.D.50:50

  • $ 2,000 QuestionThe Boxer Rebellion was an attempt by Chinese revolutionaries torestore the Manchu dynasty to powerset up a democratic government in China.set up a Communist government in China.remove foreign influence from China.A.B.C.D.50:50

  • $ 2,000 QuestionThe Boxer Rebellion was an attempt by Chinese revolutionaries toset up a democratic government in China.remove foreign influence from China.A.B.C.D.50:50

  • $ 4,000 QuestionThe United States gained control of the land it needed to build the Panama Canal bysupporting Panamanian independenceimplementing the Open Door Policyinvading and attacking Colombianegotiating with ColombiaA.B.C.D.50:50

  • $ 4,000 QuestionThe United States gained control of the land it needed to build the Panama Canal bysupporting Panamanian independenceimplementing the Open Door PolicyA.B.C.D.50:50

  • $ 8,000 QuestionOn what did the Roosevelt Corollary build?Open Door PolicyPlatt AmendmentMonroe Doctrine Hay-Pauncefote TreatyA.B.C.D.50:50

  • $ 8,000 QuestionOn what did the Roosevelt Corollary build?Monroe Doctrine Hay-Pauncefote TreatyA.B.C.D.50:50

  • $ 16,000 QuestionWhich of the following was not a reason for the U.S.to enter the Spanish-American War?explosion of the Mainede Lme letteryellow journalismnews articlesSpains threat to attackU.S. soilA.B.C.D.50:50

  • $ 16,000 QuestionWhich of the following was not a reason for the U.S.to enter the Spanish-American War?de Lme letterSpains threat to attackU.S. soilA.B.C.D.50:50

  • $ 32,000 QuestionWhich of the following did the United States insist that Cuba include in its constitution?the Boxer Protocolthe Platt Amendmentthe Teller Amendmentthe Roosevelt CorollaryA.B.C.D.50:50

  • $ 32,000 QuestionWhich of the following did the United States insist that Cuba include in its constitution?the Platt Amendmentthe Roosevelt CorollaryA.B.C.D.50:50

  • $ 64,000 QuestionRoosevelt's approach to foreign policy reflected the proverb "Speak softly and carry a big stick" becausehe allowed U.S. troops to beat foreign natives for breaking U.S. lawsnegotiations were always backed by the threat of military forcehe studied West African methods for negotiating with foreign powershis soft-spoken personality made foreign leaders trust and admire him.A.B.C.D.50:50

  • $ 64,000 QuestionRoosevelt's approach to foreign policy reflected the proverb "Speak softly and carry a big stick" becausehe allowed U.S. troops to beat foreign natives for breaking U.S. lawsnegotiations were always backed by the threat of military forceA.B.C.D.50:50

  • $ 125,000 QuestionThe Open Door Policy was designed as a way for the United States to furtherits desires to annex foreign nationsinternational diplomacythe establishment of democratic governmentsits trade interestsA.B.C.D.50:50

  • $ 125,000 QuestionThe Open Door Policy was designed as a way for the United States to furtherinternational diplomacyA.B.C.50:50

  • $ 250,000 QuestionThe rapid growth of industry in the United States helped fuel imperialism becauseAmerica needed unspoiled places for its workers to vacation.Americans had more time to read about foreign places. the United States was producing too many goods for its own people to buyAmericans wanted to take over foreignfactories and learn their secrets.A.B.C.D.50:50

  • $ 250,000 QuestionThe rapid growth of industry in the United States helped fuel imperialism becauseAmerica needed unspoiled places for its workers to vacation. the United States was producing too many goods for its own people to buyA.B.C.D.50:50

  • $ 500,000 QuestionWhat was the purpose of the Foraker Act?to end military rule and set up civilgovernment in Puerto Ricoto grant Puerto Rican residents U.S. citizenshipto give Cuba and Puerto Rico to the United Statesto end the Puerto Rican uprisingA.B.C.D.50:50

  • $ 500,000 QuestionWhat was the purpose of the Foraker Act?to end military rule and set up civilgovernment in Puerto Ricoto grant Puerto Rican residents U.S. citizenshipA.B.C.D.50:50

  • $ 1 Million QuestionOf the following statements, the one that best reflects an anti-imperialist attitude isThe expansion of our trade and commerce is the pressing problemIs there no nation wise enough, braveenough to aid this blood-smitten land?Fate has written our policy for us; the trade of the world shall be ours.It is not necessary to own people to trade with themA.B.C.D.50:50

  • $ 1 Million QuestionOf the following statements, the one that best reflects an anti-imperialist attitude isIs there no nation wise enough, braveenough to aid this blood-smitten land?It is not necessary to own people to trade with themA.B.C.D.50:50