Technology Education Jeopardy!

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Technology Education Jeopardy!

  1. 1. Welcome to Jeopardy!
  2. 2. Mark E. Damon Another Presentation © 2001 - All rights Reserved [email_address]
  3. 3. <ul><li>Directions: </li></ul><ul><li>Scroll through the presentation and enter the answers (which are really the questions) and the questions (which are really the answers). </li></ul><ul><li>Enter in the categories on the main game boards. </li></ul><ul><li>As you play the game, click on the TEXT DOLLAR AMOUNT that the contestant calls, not the surrounding box. </li></ul><ul><li>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. </li></ul><ul><li>Click on the “Game” box to return to the main scoreboard. </li></ul><ul><li>Enter the score into the black box on each players podium. </li></ul><ul><li>Continue until all clues are given. </li></ul><ul><li>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! </li></ul>
  4. 4. Round 1 Round 2 Final Jeopardy Robin Thelma Louise
  5. 5. Man Made Tech Resources The Loop Tech Model Tech Ages Why Invent? $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
  6. 6. $100 a human process of applying knowledge and resources to satisfy human needs and wants.
  7. 7. $100 What is Technology? Scores
  8. 8. $200 All human technological accomplishments can be categorized into these three systems of technology.
  9. 9. $200 What are biochemical, informational, and physical? Scores
  10. 10. $300 This involves using living organisms or parts thereof to make or modify products, to satisfy human needs and wants.
  11. 11. $300 What is Biochemical Technology? Scores
  12. 12. $400 The process of encoding, transmitting, receiving, decoding, storing, and retrieving data to satisfy human needs and wants.
  13. 13. $400 What is information technology? Scores
  14. 14. $500 Involves using resources to construct, manufacture, and transport products and people to satisfy human needs and wants.
  15. 15. $500 What is physical technology? Scores
  16. 16. $100 Items such as: hammers, screwdrivers, robots and microscopes. Tools and machines are used to extend human capabilities .
  17. 17. $100 What are tools and machines? Scores
  18. 18. $200 This is used to manufacture products, to transport goods and people, and to supply our heating, cooling, and lighting needs. Some sources can be limited (coal, oil, gas, etc.) or unlimited (solar, wind, geothermal, etc.)
  19. 19. $200 What is Energy? Scores
  20. 20. $300 This resource includes air, timber, water, land, minerals, plants and animals. There are two types of natural resources non-renewable and renewable. Non-renewable cannot be grown or replaced.
  21. 21. $300 What are materials? Scores
  22. 22. Daily Double
  23. 23. $400 This resource designs and creates technology using their knowledge and intelligence. It provides the labor which industry needs.
  24. 24. $400 What are people? Scores
  25. 25. $500 This gives humans the know-how on how to build, design, and create. WE get more of it when we create something new
  26. 26. $500 What is information? Scores
  27. 27. $100 If you are to solve a problem, this would be the first thing to do.
  28. 28. $100 What is define the problem? Scores
  29. 29. $200 Just like Lay’s Potato Chips, in order to solve a problem, you can’t have just one, idea that is.
  30. 30. $200 What is brainstorm multiple solutions? Scores
  31. 31. $300 After you figure out an array of solutions to your problem, it would be best to do this before continuing on in the design loop.
  32. 32. $300 What is choose the best solution? Scores
  33. 33. $400 A task performed to see if your solution works and/or needs improvement
  34. 34. $400 What is testing? Scores
  35. 35. $500 After testing is complete, this brings about new, or improved information.
  36. 36. $500 What is evaluation? Scores
  37. 37. $100 The resources that are used to create technology
  38. 38. $100 What are inputs? Scores
  39. 39. $200 The actual actions taken to create technology
  40. 40. $200 What are processes? Scores
  41. 41. $300 The actual products or services that come out of the model
  42. 42. $300 What are outputs? Scores
  43. 43. $400 Throughout the entire model, during every step, you collect this
  44. 44. $400 What is feedback? Scores
  45. 45. $500 A log cabin would be an example of this in the model
  46. 46. $500 What is an output? Scores
  47. 47. $100 Up to about 3500 B.C.
  48. 48. $100 What is the Stone Age Scores
  49. 49. $200 3500 – 1000 B.C.
  50. 50. $200 What is the Bronze Age Scores
  51. 51. $300 1000 – 500 B.C.
  52. 52. $300 What is the Iron Age? Scores
  53. 53. $400 1750 – 1900’s
  54. 54. $400 What is the Industrial Age? Scores
  55. 55. $500 Late 1900’s to Present Day
  56. 56. $500 What is the Information Age? Scores
  57. 57. $100 Products or systems created for people or the inventor
  58. 58. $100 What are social inventions Scores
  59. 59. $200 These are created to make things easier in order to make more money
  60. 60. $200 What are financial inventions? Scores
  61. 61. $300 People who like to tinker create these
  62. 62. $300 What are leisure inventions Scores
  63. 63. $400 Altering an existing product to improve it
  64. 64. $400 What is an innovation? Scores
  65. 65. $500 Inventions that are used for something other than their intended purpose
  66. 66. $500 What are spin-offs? Scores
  67. 67. Design Process Point A To Point B Hand Tools Tech Categories Bridge Types Power Tools $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $600 $600 $600 $600 $600 $600 $800 $800 $800 $800 $800 $800 $1000 $1000 $1000 $1000 $1000 $1000 Round 1 Final Jeopardy Scores
  68. 68. $200 To draw up an idea or product idea quickly
  69. 69. $200 What is a sketch? Scores
  70. 70. $400 Small sketches used to express different solutions for one problem
  71. 71. $400 What are thumbnail sketches? Scores
  72. 72. $600 A drawing made of three views to help communicate a 3D object in 2D
  73. 73. $600 What is an orthographic drawing? Scores
  74. 74. $800 This is used to express the detailed parts of a graphic design image such as color and font type
  75. 75. $800 What is a comprehensive drawing? Scores
  76. 76. $1000 This type of drawing shows the top, right side, and front side of an object as one sees it
  77. 77. $1000 What is an isometric drawing? Scores
  78. 78. $200 Anything that moves people or products from one place to another is known as this
  79. 79. $200 What is a Transportation Technology? Scores
  80. 80. Daily Double
  81. 81. $400 Forward, Backward, Up, Down, Left, Right are known as what
  82. 82. $400 The six degrees of freedom Scores
  83. 83. $600 This system will help power and move a vehicle
  84. 84. $600 What is a propulsion system? Scores
  85. 85. $800 This provides shape, rigidity, and protection for the vehicle
  86. 86. $800 What is the structure? Scores
  87. 87. $1000 This allows operators to maneuver a vehicle
  88. 88. $1000 What is control? Scores
  89. 89. $200
  90. 90. $200 What is a hammer? Scores
  91. 91. $400
  92. 92. $400 What is a screwdriver? Scores
  93. 93. $600
  94. 94. $600 What is a hand saw? Scores
  95. 95. $800
  96. 96. $800 What are Pliers? Scores
  97. 97. $1000 Enter Answer Here for Category 3 - Question 5
  98. 98. $1000 What are nail punches? Scores
  99. 99. $200
  100. 100. $200 What is information technology? Scores
  101. 101. $400
  102. 102. $400 What is transportation technology? Scores
  103. 103. Daily Double
  104. 104. $600
  105. 105. $600 What is Biochemical Technology? Scores
  106. 106. $800 Enter Answer Here for Category 4 - Question 4
  107. 107. $800 What is Manufacturing Technology? Scores
  108. 108. $1000
  109. 109. $1000 What is Construction Technology? Scores
  110. 110. $200 Enter Answer Here for Category 5 - Question 1
  111. 111. $200 What is an Arch Bridge? Scores
  112. 112. $400
  113. 113. $400 What is a Suspension Bridge? Scores
  114. 114. $600
  115. 115. $600 What are Bascule/Draw Bridges? Scores
  116. 116. $800
  117. 117. $800 What are Beam Bridges? Scores
  118. 118. $1000
  119. 119. $1000 What is a Truss Bridge? Scores
  120. 120. $200
  121. 121. $200 What is a Band Saw? Scores
  122. 122. $400
  123. 123. $400 What is a Table Saw? Scores
  124. 124. $600
  125. 125. $600 What is a Drill Press? Scores
  126. 126. $800
  127. 127. $800 What is a Scroll Saw? Scores
  128. 128. $1000
  129. 129. $1000 What is a Jointer Planer? Scores
  130. 130. Final Jeopardy Scores Video Games Final Jeopary Question
  131. 131. This gaming system uses a accelerometer and optical sensors to allow the players to interact with game characters.
  132. 132. What is the Wii? Scores

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