1960s Review 1: Question Preview (ID: 28898)


Below is a preview of the questions contained within the game titled 1960S REVIEW 1: Review Of Major Ideas From The 1960s .To play games using this data set, follow the directions below. Good luck and have fun. Enjoy! [print these questions]


Play games to reveal the correct answers. Click here to play a game and get the answers.

The Mercury missions were
a) an attempt to get a person into space b) a sci-fi television series c) chemicals used to get rid of all of the leaves in the jungles of Vietnam d) characters that defended Tweety
What do John F. Kennedy, Malcolm X, Robert Kennedy and Martin Luther King, Jr have in common
a) they all advocated peaceful protests b) their birthdays c) Tweety was their favorite cartoon character d) they were all assassinated
A popular cartoon that started in the 1960s was
a) Spongebob b) Tweety c) The Flintstones d) Bugs Bunny
Apollo 11 landed on the moon in
a) 1963 b) 1969 c) Tweety's 1st cartoon d) 1965
The average income in the 1960s was
a) $1567 b) $2785 c) $4743 d) More if you could name all of the characters in the Tweety cartoon
In 1964, segregation was made illegal in the
a) Civil Rights Act b) Jim Crow Laws c) Tweety vs. Puddy Tat contest d) Rosa Parks Bus Boycott
The Cold War continued in the 1960s between the US and
a) Germany b) Cuba c) the USSR d) Tweety
A new fashion style in the 1960s was the
a) introduction of leg warmers b) miniskirts c) Tweety hats d) rolled up jeans
In 1962, the Cuban Missile Crisis developed because the USSR
a) flew spy planes over the US b) tried to take over Cuba c) had nuclear missiles in Cuba pointing at the US d) shot Tweety down with a missile
The Domino Theory was the idea that if
a) you played Dominos enough, your IQ would improve b) Tweety had Dominos, Puddy Tat was in trouble c) the USSR used Dominos, the US should boycott them d) if one country became Communist, others would follow
A popular pattern for clothing in the 1960s was
a) grunge b) tie-dyed c) gothic d) Tweety bird tracks
One of the most influential musical groups in history was
a) Elvis b) The Doors c) The Beatles d) Tweety and the Tweens
NASA was started in the 1960s with the ultimate goal of
a) getting a person into space b) starting an international space station c) experimenting with sending objects into space, including Tweety d) landing a person on the moon
In the 1960s, a gallon of gas cost
a) $.75 b) Two Tweety birds and a Puddy Tat c) $.25 d) $.15
During his March on Washington (DC), Martin Luther King, Jr.
a) gave his I Have A Dream speech b) was assassinated c) organized a bus boycott d) was joined by Tweety
Many young people in the 1960s were considered hippies because they had
a) long hair b) bell bottoms c) beads and peace signs d) all of these
This war was a part of the 1960s
a) Korean b) World War II c) Vietnam d) Tweety vs. Foghorn Leghorn
The President who took office in 1960 was
a) Lyndon Johnson b) John Kennedy c) Richard Nixon d) Tweety
Hippies were associated with
a) violence b) Tweety c) pro-war demonstrations d) drug use
Who said That's one small step for man, on large leap for mankind?
a) Buzz Aldrin b) Martin Luther King, Jr. c) Neil Armstrong d) Tweety
Play Games with the Questions above at ReviewGameZone.com
To play games using the questions from the data set above, visit ReviewGameZone.com and enter game ID number: 28898 in the upper right hand corner at ReviewGameZone.com or simply click on the link above this text.

TEACHERS / EDUCATORS
Log In
| Sign Up / Register