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Title: 7th%20Grade%20Assessment%20Review%20Chapters%205-8


1
7th Grade Assessment Review Chapters 5-8
More Terms
The Colonies
Government
Terms
War
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Final Jeopardy
2
100 Question from Government
The Three Branches of Government
3
100 Answer from Government
What is Legislative, Executive, and Judicial?
4
200 Question from Government
System that prevents any of the branches of
government from becoming too powerful
5
200 Answer from Government
What is a system of checks and balances?
6
300 Question from Government
Presidential power to override a bill passed by
Congress
7
300 Answer from Government
What is veto power?
8
400 Question from Government
Division of power between the state and federal
government
9
400 Answer from Government
What is Federalism?
10
500 Question from Government
This branch can impeach a President and declare
war
11
500 Answer from Government
What is the legislative branch?
12
100 Question from Terms
It drew an imaginary line across the top of the
Appalachian Mountains and said colonist could not
settle west of the line.
13
100 Answer from Terms
What was the Proclamation of 1763?
14
200 Question from Terms
Sets out the laws an principles of government
15
200 Answer from Terms
What is a constitution?
16
300 Question from Terms
Required colonists to house British soldiers, and
provide them with candles, bedding, and
beverages, when no other housing was available.
17
300 Answer from Terms
What was the Quartering Act?
18
400 Question from Terms
Stated that some slaves would be counted as part
of the population
19
400 Answer from Terms
What was the threefifths compromise?
20
500 Question from Terms
Taxed glass, paper, paint, glass, lead, tea, and
silk
21
500 Answer from Terms
What were the Townshend Acts?
22
100 Question from More Terms
This branch of government can declare a law
unconstitutional
23
100 Answer from More Terms
What is the judicial branch?
24
200 Question from More Terms
Branch of government that carries out the laws
25
200 Answer from More Terms
What is the executive branch?
26
300 Question from More Terms
Turning point of the Revolutionary War, it
convinced the French to become our ally and ended
the threat to New England.
27
300 Answer from More Terms
What is the Battle of Saratoga?
28
400 Question from More Terms
In this document colonists asked King George to
repeal the Intolerable Acts
29
400 Answer from More Terms
What is the Olive Branch Petition
30
500 Question from More Terms
Five things protected under the First Amendment
31
500 Answer from More Terms
What is freedom of speech, press, assembly,
petition, and religion?
32
100 Question from War
Who wrote most of the Declaration of
Independence? (1) John Adams (3) Patrick
Henry (2) Benjamin Franklin (4) Thomas Jefferson
33
100 Answer from War
Who is Thomas Jefferson?
34
200 Question from War
Which document is most closely associated
with this cartoon drawn in 1754? (1) Mayflower
Compact (2) Fundamental Orders of Connecticut (3)
Albany Plan of Union (4) Emancipation Proclamation
35
200 Answer from War
What is the Albany Plan of Union?
36
300 Question from War

France and Britain battled over control of the
Ohio River valley
37
300 Answer from War
What was the cause of the French and Indian War?
38
400 Question from War
Signed by Britain and France bringing the French
and Indian War to an end. Britain gained Canada
and all French lands east of the Mississippi
River except New Orleans which went to Spain.
Florida went to Britain.

39
400 Answer from War
What was the treaty of Paris of 1763?
40
500 Question from War
This event finally convinced the British to
negotiate with the Americans in the Revolutionary
War.
41
500 Answer from War

What is the American victory at Yorktown.
42
100 Question from the colonies
Which statement represents one of the main ideas
in the Declaration of Independence? (1) The
United States needs a strong central government. (
2) The power of the president must be limited by
the legislative and judicial branches. (3) People
have a right to rebel against an
unjust government. (4) Americans cannot afford to
pay high British taxes.
43
100 Answer from the Colonies
What is People have a right to rebel against an
unjust government.
44
200 Question from the Colonies
Colonial boycotts of British goods before the
Revolutionary War were effective measures because
they (1) reduced the profits of British
merchants (2) lowered the prices of imported
products (3) left British troops short of
supplies in the colonies (4) allowed the
Americans to start their own factories
45
200 Answer from the Colonies
What is reduced the profits of British
merchants?
46
300 Question from the Colonies
The three European countries competing for power
in North America
47
300 Answer from the Colonies
What were England, France, and Spain?
48
400 Question from the Colonies
Which set of events is in the correct
chronological order? (1) Boston Tea Party ?
Declaration of Independence ? French and Indian
War (2) French and Indian War ? Boston Tea Party
? Declaration of Independence (3) Declaration of
Independence ? French and Indian War ? Boston Tea
Party (4) French and Indian War ? Declaration of
Independence ? Boston Tea Party
49
400 Answer from the Colonies
What is French and Indian War ? Boston Tea Party
? Declaration of Independence
50
500 Question from the Colonies
The creation of the Virginia House of Burgesses
was an important step in the development of
democracy in colonial America because it (1)
adopted a bill of rights for women (2) allowed
citizens to vote directly on proposed laws (3)
provided the first written constitution (4)
established a representative form of government
51
500 Answer from the Colonies
What were the Intolerable Acts?
52
Final Jeopardy
State two examples of British policy that
violated colonists rights as British citizens.
53
Final Jeopardy Answer
What were the Quartering Act and the Writs of
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