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  • 1. Life And The Science trivia Version 2.0
  • 2. Instructions
    This game is fairly simple, There is 1 question and 3 answers on each slide. Your job is to determine the true answer. Each question has a pre determined amount of fake money. The more money the more difficult the question. The group with the most money at the end gets candy. Be careful though there is a 1 minute time-limit per question. Everyone should now determine a team leader who will tell the groups answer. YOU CAN’T LOSE $$$
    Awwing at the cute pictures is prohibitid.
    The following is an example of the game
  • 3. Our Science Teacher Is …500$
    A ) The Best !!
    B ) The Worst!!
    C ) What Was The Question?! I was Asleep…
  • 4. What Was Your Groups Choice? After every question we will come to you asking for an answer, if you're not ready than that sucks for you.
  • 5. Our Science Teacher Is …500$
    A ) The Best !!
    B ) The Worst!!
    C ) What Was The Question?! I was Asleep…
  • 6. There will always be a random slide after a question so we can award cash. Be ready because the question comes right after it.
  • 7.
  • 8. Identify The Three Main Branches Of Science100$
    A ) Life Science ,Earth Science, Physical Science
    B ) Here, There, Everywhere
    C ) How Should I Know That?
  • 9. What Was Your Groups Choice?
  • 10. Identify The Three Main Branches Of Science100$
    A ) Life Science ,Earth Science, Physical Science
    B ) Here, There, Everywhere
    C ) How Should I Know That?
  • 11.
  • 12. Identify questions that science cannot answer.
    100$
    A) Computers, Literature, Math
    B) Spanish, English, Art
    C) Politics, Literature, and Art
  • 13. What Was Your Groups Choice?
  • 14. Identify questions that science cannot answer.
    100$
    A) Computers, Literature, Math
    B) Spanish, English, Art
    C) Politics, Literature, and Art
  • 15.
  • 16. What is a theory?
    150$
    A) An estimate of what happens when you do an experiment.
    B) An explanation of things or events that is based on knowledge gained from many observations and experiments.
    C) A System is are a collection of structures, cycles, and processes.
  • 17. What Was Your Groups Choice?
  • 18. What is a theory?
    150$
    A) An estimate of what happens when you do an experiment.
    B) An explanation of things or events that is based on knowledge gained from many observations and experiments.
    C) A System is are a collection of structures, cycles, and processes.
  • 19.
  • 20. What is a system
    100$
    A) A group of animals that are in a pack
    B) An environment were animals interact
    C) A System is are a collection of structures, cycles, and processes
  • 21. What Was Your Groups Choice?
  • 22. What is a system
    100$
    A) A group of animals that are in a pack
    B) An environment were animals interact
    C) A System is a collection of structures, cycles, and processes
  • 23.
  • 24. Classify the following statement as a theory or a law or neither: Heating the air in a hot-air balloon causes the balloon to rise. 
    200$
    A) TheoryB) LawC) Neither
  • 25. What Was Your Groups Choice?
  • 26. Classify the following statement as a theory or a law or neither: Heating the air in a hot-air balloon causes the balloon to rise. 
    200$
    A) TheoryB) LawC) Neither
  • 27.
  • 28. Define hypothesis.
    150$
    a reasonable guess that can be tested and is based on what is known and what is observed
    An educated guess.
    *Looking off the person side of your paper who has the right answer* It’s C I know it!!
  • 29. What Was Your Groups Choice?
  • 30. Define hypothesis.
    150$
    a reasonable guess that can be tested and is based on what is known and what is observed
    An educated guess.
    *Looking off the person side of your paper who has the right answer* It’s C I know it!!
  • 31.
  • 32. What is an independent variable
    200$
    A factor that is intentionally varied by the experimenter
    A Factor that is kept the same by the experimenter
    A group of animals that are in a pack
  • 33. What Was Your Groups Choice?
  • 34. What is an independent variable
    200$
    A factor that is intentionally varied by the experimenter
    A Factor that is kept the same by the experimenter
    A) A group of animals that are in a pack
  • 35.
  • 36. What is an dependent variable.
    200$
    A) A factor that may change as a result of changes purposely made to the independent variable.
    B) A factor that is intentionally varied by the experimenter
    C) You realy think I actually pay attention? That’s cute
  • 37. What Was Your Groups Choice?
  • 38. What is an dependent variable.
    200$
    A) A factor that may change as a result of changes purposely made to the independent variable.
    B) A factor that is intentionally varied by the experimenter
    C) You realy think I actually pay attention? That’s cute
  • 39.
  • 40. What is the scientific method
    100$
    A) Processes scientists use to collect information and answer questions
    B) An explanation of things or events that is based on knowledge gained from many observations and experiments.
    C) A set of objects or parts that form a whole
  • 41. What Was Your Groups Choice?
  • 42. What is the scientific method
    100$
    A) Processes scientists use to collect information and answer questions
    B) An explanation of things or events that is based on knowledge gained from many observations and experiments.
    C) A set of objects or parts that form a whole
  • 43.
  • 44. What is a constant 
    50$
    A) A factor that is intentionally varied by the experimenter
    B) to draw a conclusion based on observation
    C) A variable that is not changed in an experiment.
  • 45. What Was Your Groups Choice?
  • 46. What is a constant 
    50$
    A) A factor that is intentionally varied by the experimenter
    B) to draw a conclusion based on observation
    C) A variable that is not changed in an experiment.
  • 47.
  • 48. What is a system
    100 $
    A) A set of objects or parts that form a whole.
    B) An explanation of things or events that is based on knowledge gained from many observations and experiments.
    C) A Factor that is kept the same by the experimenter
  • 49. What Was Your Groups Choice?
  • 50. What is a system
    100 $
    A) A set of objects or parts that form a whole.
    B) An explanation of things or events that is based on knowledge gained from many observations and experiments.
    C) A Factor that is kept the same by the experimenter
  • 51.
  • 52. What is an observation
    100$
    A) A factor that is intentionally varied by the experimenter
    B) Politics, Literature, and Art
    C) A record or description of an occurrence or pattern in nature
  • 53. What Was Your Groups Choice?
  • 54. What is an observation
    100$
    A) A factor that is intentionally varied by the experimenter
    B) Politics, Literature, and Art
    C) A record or description of an occurrence or pattern in nature
  • 55.
  • 56. What is to infer.
    200$
    to draw a conclusion based on observation
    An estimate of what happens when you do an experiment.
    To think
  • 57. What Was Your Groups Choice?
  • 58. What is to infer.
    200$
    to draw a conclusion based on observation
    An estimate of what happens when you do an experiment.
    To think
  • 59.
  • 60. What is a prediction
    50$
    A) An estimate of what happens when you do an experiment.
    B) An educated guess as to what is going to happen based on observation
    C) A set of objects or parts that form a whole.
  • 61. What Was Your Groups Choice?
  • 62. What is a prediction
    50$
    A) An estimate of what happens when you do an experiment.
    B) An educated guess as to what is going to happen based on observation
    C) A set of objects or parts that form a whole.
  • 63.
  • 64. How can data be collected
    100$
    A) descriptions, tables, graphs, or drawings
    B) An estimate of what happens when you do an experiment.
    C) A variable that is not changed in an experiment.
  • 65. What Was Your Groups Choice?
  • 66. How can data be collected
    100$
    A) descriptions, tables, graphs, or drawings
    B) An estimate of what happens when you do an experiment.
    C) A variable that is not changed in an experiment.
  • 67.
  • 68. Why it is important that scientific experiments be repeated.
    200$
    A) descriptions, tables, graphs, or drawings
    B) To make the results accurate
    C) A factor that is intentionally varied by the experimenter
  • 69. What Was Your Groups Choice?
  • 70. Why it is important that scientific experiments be repeated.
    200$
    A) descriptions, tables, graphs, or drawings
    B) To make the results accurate
    C) A factor that is intentionally varied by the experimenter
  • 71.
  • 72. What is life science about
    150$
    A) The study of living systems and the ways in which they interact
    B) descriptions, tables, graphs, or drawings
    C) to draw a conclusion based on observation
  • 73. What Was Your Groups Choice?
  • 74. What is life science about
    150$
    A) The study of living systems and the ways in which they interact
    B) descriptions, tables, graphs, or drawings
    C) to draw a conclusion based on observation
  • 75.
  • 76. What is earh science about
    150$
    A) Life Science ,Earth Science, Physical Science
    B) The study of Earth systems and the systems in space 
    C) A set of objects or parts that form a whole.
  • 77. What Was Your Groups Choice?
  • 78. What is earh science about
    150$
    A) Life Science ,Earth Science, Physical Science
    B) The study of Earth systems and the systems in space 
    C) A set of objects or parts that form a whole.
  • 79.
  • 80. What is physical science about
    150$
    A)The study of matter and energy
    B) The study of the earth
    C) The study of life
  • 81. What Was Your Groups Choice?
  • 82. What is physical science about
    150$
    A)The study of matter and energy
    B) The study of the earth
    C) The study of life
  • 83.
  • 84. What is a controled expariment
    200
    changing one factor and observing its effect on another while keeping all other factors constant.
    To make the results accurate
    Are we done yet????
  • 85. What Was Your Groups Choice?
  • 86. What is a controled expariment
    200
    changing one factor and observing its effect on another while keeping all other factors constant.
    To make the results accurate
    Are we done yet????
  • 87.
  • 88. Which of following best describes science?
    A theory made from Charles Darwin
    B) Part of everyday life, process used to investigate what is happening around us in order to solve problems
    C) The study of animals, math, and thing only needed to be learned in school
  • 89. What Was Your Groups Choice?
  • 90. Which of following best describes science?
    100$
    A theory made from Charles Darwin
    B) Part of everyday life, process used to investigate what is happening around us in order to solve problems
    C) The study of animals, math, and thing only needed to be learned in school
  • 91.
  • 92. What is the first step of the Scientific method?
    100$
    A) Ask a question
    B) Construct a hypothesis
    C) Test experiment
  • 93. What Was Your Groups Choice?
  • 94. What is the first step of the Scientific method?
    100$
    A) Ask a question
    B) Construct a hypothesis
    C) Test experiment
  • 95.
  • 96. True or False? The study of science was found in 1900’s.
    100$
    True
    False
  • 97. What Was Your Groups Choice?
  • 98. True or False? The study of science was found in 1900’s.
    100$
    True
    False
  • 99.
  • 100. True or False? If you make a hypothesis it’s going to be right.
    100$
    True
    False
  • 101. What Was Your Groups Choice?
  • 102. True or False? If you make a hypothesis it’s going to be right.
    100$
    True
    False
  • 103.
  • 104. When conducting a science experiment, is there really any need to have a re-trial?
    150$
    A) Yes because you learn extra about experiment
    B) No not if you’re sure your results are correct
    C) Yes to make sure your results are correct
  • 105. What Was Your Groups Choice?
  • 106. When conducting a science experiment, is there really any need to have a re-trial?
    150$
    A) Yes because you learn extra about experiment
    B) No not if you’re sure your results are correct
    C) Yes to make sure your results are correct
  • 107.
  • 108. Which tool would be most helpful in recording results?
    100$
    A) Data Table
    B) Piece of paper
    C) Keep stored in your head
  • 109. What Was Your Groups Choice?
  • 110. Which tool would be most helpful in recording results?
    100$
    A) Data Table
    B) Piece of paper
    C) Keep stored in your head
  • 111.
  • 112. A variable is something that has been…
    100$
    A) Purposely is changed by the experimenter
    B) Factor that may change as a result of changes
    C) I give up!!!!!!!!
  • 113. What Was Your Groups Choice?
  • 114. A variable is something that has been…
    100$
    A) Purposely is changed by the experimenter
    B) Factor that may change as a result of changes
    C) I give up!!!!!!!!
  • 115.
  • 116. True or False? Science is not possible without numbers.
    200$
    A) True
    B) False
  • 117. What Was Your Groups Choice?
  • 118. True or False? Science is not possible without numbers.
    200$
    A) True
    B) False
  • 119.
  • 120. How does science have anything to do with everyday life?
    100$
    A) Everything, science is a part of everyday life
    B) Only anything that have to do with your body
    C) Nothing at all
  • 121. What Was Your Groups Choice?
  • 122. How does science have anything to do with everyday life?
    100$
    A) Everything, science is a part of everyday life
    B) Only anything that have to do with your body
    C) Nothing at all
  • 123.
  • 124. True or False? Scientist use tools to measure.
    100$
    A)True
    B)False
  • 125. What Was Your Groups Choice?
  • 126. True or False? Scientist use tools to measure.
    100$
    A)True
    B)False
  • 127.
  • 128. Name all the steps of scientific method in order.
    300$
    Form conclusion
    Conduct research
    Form a hypothesis
    Communicate results
    Identify a problem
    Analyze Data
    Test hypothesis
  • 129. What Was Your Groups Choice?
  • 130. 1) Identify a problem
    2) Conduct research
    3) Form a hypothesis
    4) Test hypothesis
    5) Analyze Data
    6) Form conclusion
    7) Communicate results
  • 131.
  • 132. To make sure experimental results are valid, which of these procedures must be followed?
    150$
    A) conduct multiple trials
    B) pick two hypothesis
    C) add bias
    D) communicate uncertain results
  • 133. What Was Your Groups Choice?
  • 134. To make sure experimental results are valid, which of these procedures must be followed?
    150$
    A) conduct multiple trials
    B) pick two hypothesis
    C) add bias
    D) communicate uncertain results
  • 135.
  • 136. Predictions about what will happen can be based on which of the following?
    200$
    A) controls
    B) technology
    C) prior knowledge
    D) number of trials
  • 137. What Was Your Groups Choice?
  • 138. Predictions about what will happen can be based on which of the following?
    200$
    A) controls
    B) technology
    C) prior knowledge
    D) number of trials
  • 139.
  • 140. Which of the following is NOT considered technology?
    100$
    A) radio
    B) calculator
    C) piece of coal
    D) medical facility
  • 141. What Was Your Groups Choice?
  • 142. Which of the following is NOT considered technology?
    100$
    A) radio
    B) calculator
    C) piece of coal
    D) medical facility
  • 143.
  • 144. In an experiment on bacteria, using different amounts of antibiotics is an example of which of the following?
    150$
    A) control
    B) hypothesis
    C) bias
    D) variable
  • 145. What Was Your Groups Choice?
  • 146. In an experiment on bacteria, using different amounts of antibiotics is an example of which of the following?
    150$
    A) control
    B) hypothesis
    C) bias
    D) variable
  • 147.
  • 148. Computers are used in science to do which of the following processes?
    200$
    A) analyze data
    B) make models
    C) communicate with other scientists
    D) all of the above
  • 149. What Was Your Groups Choice?
  • 150. Computers are used in science to do which of the following processes?
    200$
    A) analyze data
    B) make models
    C) communicate with other scientists
    D) all of the above
  • 151.
  • 152. If you use a computer to make a three-dimensional picture of a building, it is an example of which of the following?
    100$
    A) model
    B) hypothesis
    C) control
    D) variable
  • 153. What Was Your Groups Choice?
  • 154. If you use a computer to make a three-dimensional picture of a building, it is an example of which of the following?
    100$
    A) model
    B) hypothesis
    C) control
    D) variable
  • 155.
  • 156. When scientists make a prediction that can be tested, what skill is being used?
    100$
    A) hypothesizing
    B) inferring
    C) taking measurements
    D) making models
  • 157. What Was Your Groups Choice?
  • 158. When scientists make a prediction that can be tested, what skill is being used?
    100$
    A) hypothesizing
    B) inferring
    C) taking measurements
    D) making models
  • 159.
  • 160. In science, a _______ represents things that happen too slowly, too quickly, or are too big or too small to observe directly.
    100$
    A) control
    B) variable
    C) model
  • 161. What Was Your Groups Choice?
  • 162. In science, a _______ represents things that happen too slowly, too quickly, or are too big or too small to observe directly.
    100$
    A) control
    B) variable
    C) model
  • 163.
  • 164. Which of the following is the first step toward finding a solution?
    100$
    A) analyze data
    B) draw a conclusion
    C) identify the problem
    D) test the hypothesis
  • 165. What Was Your Groups Choice?
  • 166. Which of the following is the first step toward finding a solution?
    100$
    A) analyze data
    B) draw a conclusion
    C) identify the problem
    D) test the hypothesis
  • 167. YOU MAY GO BACK TO YOUR RESPECTIVE LIVES NOW.