Welcome!The Topic For Today Is…
Basic KnowledgePotpourri   Chemistry   Math   Social Studies   Literature200         200         200    200              2...
Potpourri: 200• Question:• The bottom of the food chain that contains  the most energy.• Answer• What are producers?
Potpourri: 400•   Question:•   1/2bh•   Answer•   What is the area of a triangle?
Potpourri: 600•   Question:•   The world’s largest known mammal.•   Answer•   What is the Blue Whale?
Potpourri: 800•   Question:•   Often called England’s national poet.•   Answer•   Who is William Shakespeare?
Potpourri: 1000• Question:• God of music, healing, plague, prophecies,  poetry, and archery.• Answer• Who is Apollo?
Chemistry: 200•   Question:•   Most common element. Abbreviated C.•   Answer•   What is Carbon.
Chemistry: 400•   Question:•   The oxidation of metal results in this element.•   Answer•   What is rust?
Chemistry: 600•   Question:•   Protons + Neutrons•   Answer•   What is atomic mass?
Chemistry: 800• Question:• This type of bond forms when an atom gains  or loses an electron• Answer• What is an ionic bond?
Chemistry: 1000•   Question:•   6.02 x 1023 represents•   Answer•   What is a mole?
Math: 200•   Question:•   The equation length x width x height•   Answer•   What is volume?
Math: 400•   Question:•   Pythagorean Theorem•   Answer•   a2 + b2 = c2
Math: 600•   Question:•   3.14 represents•   Answer•   Pi
Math: 800• Question:• branch of mathematics which investigates the  relations, properties, and measurement of  solids, sur...
Math: 1000• Question:• branch of mathematics concerning the study  of structures, relation and quantity• Answer• What is a...
Social Studies:                                      200•   Question:•   Largest of the Great Lakes•   Answer•   What is L...
Social Studies:                                   400• Question:• Gives the location of a place on earth North or  South o...
Social Studies:                                    600•   Question:•   The American Revolution began in this year.•   Answ...
Social Studies:                                      800•   Question:•   Last state to abolish slavery.•   Answer•   What ...
Social Studies:                                  1000•   Question:•   Allows for women’s suffrage.•   Answer•   What is th...
Literature: 200•   Question:•   Wrote Little House on the Prairie.•   Answer•   Who is Laura Ingalls Wilder
Literature: 400•   Question:•   Famous Harlem Renaissance writer.•   Answer•   Who is Langston Hughes?
Literature: 600• Question:• Any word that imitates or suggests the source  of the sound it describes.• Answer• What is ono...
Literature: 800• Question:• Japanese poetry consisting of only 17  syllables.• Answer• What is haiku?
Literature: 1000•   Question:•   Samuel Langhorne Clemens•   Answer•   Who is Mark Twain?
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  1. 1. Welcome!The Topic For Today Is…
  2. 2. Basic KnowledgePotpourri Chemistry Math Social Studies Literature200 200 200 200 200400 400 400 400 400600 600 600 600 600800 800 800 800 8001000 1000 1000 1000 1000
  3. 3. Potpourri: 200• Question:• The bottom of the food chain that contains the most energy.• Answer• What are producers?
  4. 4. Potpourri: 400• Question:• 1/2bh• Answer• What is the area of a triangle?
  5. 5. Potpourri: 600• Question:• The world’s largest known mammal.• Answer• What is the Blue Whale?
  6. 6. Potpourri: 800• Question:• Often called England’s national poet.• Answer• Who is William Shakespeare?
  7. 7. Potpourri: 1000• Question:• God of music, healing, plague, prophecies, poetry, and archery.• Answer• Who is Apollo?
  8. 8. Chemistry: 200• Question:• Most common element. Abbreviated C.• Answer• What is Carbon.
  9. 9. Chemistry: 400• Question:• The oxidation of metal results in this element.• Answer• What is rust?
  10. 10. Chemistry: 600• Question:• Protons + Neutrons• Answer• What is atomic mass?
  11. 11. Chemistry: 800• Question:• This type of bond forms when an atom gains or loses an electron• Answer• What is an ionic bond?
  12. 12. Chemistry: 1000• Question:• 6.02 x 1023 represents• Answer• What is a mole?
  13. 13. Math: 200• Question:• The equation length x width x height• Answer• What is volume?
  14. 14. Math: 400• Question:• Pythagorean Theorem• Answer• a2 + b2 = c2
  15. 15. Math: 600• Question:• 3.14 represents• Answer• Pi
  16. 16. Math: 800• Question:• branch of mathematics which investigates the relations, properties, and measurement of solids, surfaces, lines, and angles• Answer• What is geometry?
  17. 17. Math: 1000• Question:• branch of mathematics concerning the study of structures, relation and quantity• Answer• What is algebra?
  18. 18. Social Studies: 200• Question:• Largest of the Great Lakes• Answer• What is Lake Superior?
  19. 19. Social Studies: 400• Question:• Gives the location of a place on earth North or South of the equator.• Answer• What is latitude?
  20. 20. Social Studies: 600• Question:• The American Revolution began in this year.• Answer• What is 1775?
  21. 21. Social Studies: 800• Question:• Last state to abolish slavery.• Answer• What is Mississippi? (1995)
  22. 22. Social Studies: 1000• Question:• Allows for women’s suffrage.• Answer• What is the 19th Amendment?
  23. 23. Literature: 200• Question:• Wrote Little House on the Prairie.• Answer• Who is Laura Ingalls Wilder
  24. 24. Literature: 400• Question:• Famous Harlem Renaissance writer.• Answer• Who is Langston Hughes?
  25. 25. Literature: 600• Question:• Any word that imitates or suggests the source of the sound it describes.• Answer• What is onomatopoeia?
  26. 26. Literature: 800• Question:• Japanese poetry consisting of only 17 syllables.• Answer• What is haiku?
  27. 27. Literature: 1000• Question:• Samuel Langhorne Clemens• Answer• Who is Mark Twain?
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