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  • Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? PowerPoint
  • Question 1 for £100 What is the name of a cone shaped mountain that erupts lava? A. Volcano D. Valley C. Earthquake B. Mountain 50:50
  • Question 2 for £200 What is the name of red hot liquid rock above the earth’s surface? A. Magma B. Avalanche C. Rock D. Lava 50:50
  • Question 3 for £300 What is the name of a sudden movement of the earth’s surface? A. Richter Scale D. Aftershock C. Magnitude B. Earthquake 50:50
  • Question 4 for £500 What scale is used to indicate the strength of an earthquake? A. Rechter Scale D. Magnitude C. Richter Scale B. Victor Scale 50:50
  • Question 5 for £1,000 Which of the following is used to describe the strength of an earthquake? A. Epicenter D. Velocity C. Richter Scale B. Magnitude 50:50
  • Question 6 for £2,000 What is the world’s most active volcano? A. Kilauea D. Etna C. Popocatepetl B. Vesuvius 50:50
  • Question 7 for £4,000 What is the name given to help offered by one country to another after a natural disaster? A. First Aid C. Aid D. Emergency Service B. Charity 50:50
  • Question 8 for £8,000 Which of the following is an earthquake that has occurred in an MEDC? A. 1995 Kobe D. 1997 Iranian Earthquake C. 2001 Gujarat B. 1999 Turkish Earthquake 50:50
  • Question 9 for £16,000 Where do most earthquake occur? A. Above the earth’s crust D. Centre of tectonic plates C. In the centre of the earth B. Edge of tectonic plates 50:50
  • Question 10 for £32,000 What is the name of the force that occurs along the edge of plate margins? A. Epicenter D. Friction C. Tectonics B. Erosion 50:50
  • Question 11 for £64,000 Volcanoes are found……. A. mainly in the centre of continents D. on the moon C. in narrow belts around the world B. all over the world 50:50
  • Question 12 for £125,000 What is the layer of the earth found between the core and crust? A. Plate D. Inner core C. Mantel B. Outer Core 50:50
  • Question 13 for £250,000 What is the name of a volcano that has erupted within historic times but not recently? A. Extinct Volcano D. Active Volcano C. Live Volcano B. Dormant volcano 50:50
  • Question 14 for £500,000 What is the name of the instrument used to measure the strength of earthquakes? A. Richter Scale D. Thermometer C. Anemometer B. Seismograph 50:50
  • Question 15 for £1 Million The lava that flows out of a composite volcano has….. A. a high silicone content D. A low silicone content C. a runny consistency B. a temperature of 100 degrees Celsius 50:50
  • Ask the Audience Raise your hand for the letter of your choice when your teacher asks you to.
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  • Congratulations! You have won Would you like to try for ? 1 Million £500,000 £500,000
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  • Phone a Friend! Which student in class would you like to ask for help.
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