REC 225 Lecture Notes - Lecture 99: Gillidanda, Cherokee Language, Pub Games

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CHEROKEE:
1. What did women in the Cherokee Tribe usually do?
A. The women did household chores and went hunting with the men
B. Participated in the government and made big decisions
C. All of the above
3. True or False did women have an equal right to men and were the head of the households?
True
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1. Who taught the “Marbles’ game to Cherokee people?
A. Asians
B. Europeans
C. Africans
2. We can see the values of play in Tug of War.
True
3. How does playing “Marbles” help improve cognitive skills?
A. It enhances skills like hunting and fighting during tribal wars.
B. It makes the kids lead a happy and stress-free life
C. It helps to meet new people
D. It is exciting to compete against each other that make the winners happy.
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1. The Cherokee tribe maintained a strict diet before a stickball game. Which of the following
two animals was a person refrained from eating?
A. Turkey
B. Rabbit and Frog legs
C. Squirrel
2. Cherokee Indians have different names for their popular ball game. Which of the following is the
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2. Cherokee Indians have different names for their popular ball game. Which of the following is the
official translation from the Cherokee language.
A. Anetso
B. Baggataway
C. Racquetball
3. True or False. The Cherokee ball game is a precursor to the game Lacrosse
A. True
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1. The Cherokee tribe used the hard skin of gourd fruit to make masks for what purpose?
Storytelling
2. In order to partake in hunting and fun competitions, the Cherokee children crafted their own
blow guns out of the River Cane.
True or False.
3. Slicing wood to make blow darts and decorating gourd masks are both Cherokee examples
of_______.
Fine motor skills
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ENGLAND:
1. It is legal for people 18 and over to drink, gamble, and take part in pub games in England.
True or False
2. Which of the following pub games in England are similar to the U.S?
A. Darts
B. Cards
C. Dice
D. All of the above
3. England’s pub game Skittles is very similar to which United States game?
A. Beer pong
B. Shuffleboard
C. Bowling
D. Jacks
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1. What are the benefits of kids play in England?
Building Imagination, social and physical skills
2. Which one of these activities was mentioned in “Play England”?
Building a fire
3. Which one of these English games involves a ball?
Queenie queenie
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1. What is the most popular sport in England?
A. Swimming
B. Rugby
C. Cricket
D. All of the Above
2. Males in England tend to live longer lives than females.
False
3. The United Kingdom is comprised of England, Wales, and Northern Ireland. What percentage of
the population lives in England?
A. 25%
B. 55%
C. 85%
D. 95%
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1. Which of the following is not part of the English language?
A. Latin
B. Greek
C. German
D. French
2. England is made up of _____________ which is why it is governed by ____________.
A. 1 region, a queen
B. many small regions, local powers
C. 1 region, a democrat
D. 2 regions, 2 different forms of government
3. In England, which of the following is eaten for breakfast?
A. Fish
B. Stew
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