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  • Welcome to Jeopardy!
  • Mark E. Damon Another Presentation © 2001 - All rights Reserved [email_address]
    • Directions:
    • Scroll through the presentation and enter the answers (which are really the questions) and the questions (which are really the answers).
    • Enter in the categories on the main game boards.
    • As you play the game, click on the TEXT DOLLAR AMOUNT that the contestant calls, not the surrounding box.
    • When they have given a question, click again anywhere on the screen to see the correct question. Keep track of which questions have already been picked by printing out the game board screen and checking off as you go.
    • Click on the “Game” box to return to the main scoreboard.
    • Enter the score into the black box on each players podium.
    • Continue until all clues are given.
    • When finished, DO NOT save the game. This will overwrite the program with the scores and data you enter. You MAY save it as a different name, but keep this file untouched!
  • Round 1 Round 2 Final Jeopardy Team Name Team Name Team Name
  • Parts of a Book Reference Sources Research Dictionary $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 Round 2 Final Jeopardy Scores In the Library Take Your Chances!
  • $100 Steven wants to know what pages in his book will tell him about the Solar System. Where should he look?
    • index
    • glossary
    • title page
    • copyright page
  • $100 a. index Scores
  • $200 What do we call the part of a book that lists the chapters and their page numbers? A. glossary B. title page C. copyright page D. table of contents
  • $200 D. table of contents Scores
  • $300 On what page would Megan find the author of her book? A. table of contents B. copyright page C. title page D. glossary
  • $300 C. title page Scores
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    • Ben found a book titled Our Solar System . Where should he look to see if the book has information on black holes?
    • title page
    • index
    • glossary
    • copyright page
  • $400
    • index
    Scores
  • $500 What part of a book will tell Pete the page number on which the chapter “How to Fly” begins?
    • index
    • glossary
    • table of contents
    • title page
  • $500 C. table of contents Scores
  • $100
    • What is a reference tool?
    • a gardening tool
    • a writing tool
    • a source of information
    • a website with games
  • $100 B. a source of information Scores
  • $200
    • Where is the best place to find words to spice up your writing?
    • an atlas
    • a thesaurus
    • a magazine
    • an encyclopedia
  • $200 B. a thesaurus Scores
  • $300 Mrs. Frost is new in town and needs to find a dentist to clean her teeth. Where can she look to find a list of dentists in town?
    • newspaper
    • telephone book
    • magazine
    • atlas
  • $300 B. telephone book Scores
  • Daily Double
  • $400
    • Beth needs to illustrate a map of the continent of Africa. She needs to show the countries of Africa and their capitals. What reference book would she use?
    • almanac
    • atlas
    • thesaurus
    • encyclopedia
  • $400 B. atlas Scores
  • $500 What book would give us the address of the Atlanta Falcons?
    • encyclopedia
    • dictionary
    • almanac
    • atlas
  • $500 C. almanac Scores
  • $100 The main purpose of a research paper is to
    • tell your personal opinion
    • entertain the reader
    • explain the information you found
    • make a copy of someone else’s work
  • $100 C. explain the information you found Scores
  • $200 Which would be the BEST to use as a source for a report about frogs?
    • Frogs in Swamps
    • All about Frogs
    • Poisonous Frogs
    • Froggy Plays Soccer
  • $200 B. All About Frogs Scores
  • $300
    • You are writing a report about horses. You should put information about different types of horses in the
    • cover
    • title page
    • bibliography
    • body of the report
  • $300 D. body of the report Scores
  • $400 Marvin is doing a report on whales. What information would he find in an encyclopedia?
    • how to pronounce the word whale
    • basic information about whales
    • recent news stories about whales
    • different opinions about how whales communicate
  • $400 B. Basic information about whales Scores
  • $500 Corey is doing a report about karate. Which step should he do LAST?
    • take notes
    • choose a topic
    • write the paper
    • make an outline
  • $500 C. write the paper Scores
  • $100
    • What is a book with made up stories called?
    • nonfiction
    • biography
    • reference
    • fiction
  • $100 D. fiction Scores
  • $200 Avery is reading an article about birds in a periodical. What is an example of a periodical?
    • A book
    • A magazine
    • An almanac
    • An encyclopedia
  • $200 B. A magazine Scores
  • $300
    • Jeff is using the Internet to learn about the Civil War. He wants to return to the opening page. Where should he click?
    • favorites button
    • home button
    • forward button
    • search button
  • $300 B. Home button Scores
  • $400 One of the books Tracy’s teacher recommended was a novel called The Red Pony by John Steinbeck. If Tracy wanted to find out more about it, what would be the BEST way for him to do so?
    • look in the library catalog under horses
    • type in the key word pony in an Internet search
    • look under “famous American plays” in the subject index and then look for The Red Pony
    • type in John Steinbeck in an Internet search and then look for a subcategory of novels
  • $400
    • type in John Steinbeck in an Internet search and then look for a subcategory of novels
    Scores
  • $500 Name three (of the four) ways to search for a book using our online catalog?
  • $500 Title Author Subject Keyword Scores
  • $100 What name is given to the first and last words at the top of the page in a dictionary?
    • glossary
    • index
    • guide words
    • contents
  • $100 C. guide words Scores
  • $200
    • tree (tre) n. 1. A large woody plant with a long trunk having many branches in the upper part. 2. A wooden beam, bar, post, etc. 3. Anything like a tree, as in having many branches.
    • Which part of speech is the word tree?
    • a pronoun
    • an adjective
    • a noun
    • an adverb
  • $200 C. a noun Scores
  • $300 The guide words on a dictionary page are ghost and hospital. Which word would be found on this page?
    • house
    • girl
    • howl
    • gallows
  • $300 B. girl Scores
  • $400 The guide words on a dictionary page are swap and tame . Which word could be found on this page?
    • supply
    • swallow
    • talent
    • temper
  • $400 C. talent Scores
  • $500 Watch (woch) 1. (v.) to observe, regard, look at. 2. (v.) look after, care for, protect. Supervise. 3. (n.) clock, timepiece, pocket watch. 4. (n.) sentry, security guard, lookout caretaker.
    • Which meaning of the word is used in the sentence below?
    • I’m going to watch my neighbors’ puppy while they’re at work.
    • A. definition 1
    • definition 2
    • definition 3
    • definition 4
  • $500 B. definition 2 Scores
  • $100
    • James wants to write a report on the history of the automobile. Which reference source should he use?
    • dictionary
    • atlas
    • almanac
    • encyclopedia
  • $100 Scores D. encyclopedia
  • $200 Joel wants to find out what books our library has about football. How should he search using the library on-line catalog?
    • author
    • subject
    • call number
    • title
  • $200 B. subject Scores
  • $300 Index Crocodiles - See Reptiles Natural environment, 10-12 Feeding habits, 18-24 Reproduction, 30-50 Other related species, 52-60
    • Heath found a book on crocodiles. Using the book’s index above, where would he most likely look to find information about alligators?
    • pgs. 10-12
    • pgs. 18-24
    • pgs. 30-50
    • pgs. 52-60
  • $300 D. pgs. 52-60 Scores
  • $400
    • The company that prints and binds books is called a…
            • publisher
            • illustrator
            • copyright
            • author
  • $400 A. publisher Scores
  • $500
    • Alex has chosen hurricanes as the topic for his research report. What is the next thing he should do?
    • take notes
    • write a first draft
    • write an outline
    • gather information
  • $500 D. gather information Scores
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  • Final Jeopardy Scores Research Final Jeopardy Question
  • What is plagiarism?
  • To use someone else’s work as your own. To copy without permission. To steal someone else’s ideas. Scores