Earth And Moon Jeopardy Review

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  • 1.  
  • 2. $100 $400 $400 $200 $400 $300 $200 $200 $100 $100 $400 $200 $500 $500 $300 $200 $500 $100 $300 $100 $300 $500 $300 $400 $500
  • 3. EARTH
  • 4. SEASONS
  • 5. ECLIPSES/ TIDES
  • 6. MOON
  • 7. MOON PHASES
  • 8. EARTH SEASONS ECLIPSES/ TIDES MOON MOON PHASES $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500
  • 9. EARTH - $100 How many times does the Earth rotate in a month? A. 7 B. 30 C. 365 D. 15
  • 10. EARTH - $200 One complete revolution of Earth around the sun is known as A. An hour B. A day C. A year D. A season
  • 11. EARTH - $300
    • The imaginary line that encircles the Earth midway between the North and South poles is the__________.
    • Ocean shoreline
    • Solstice
    • Equator
    • Equinox
  • 12. EARTH - $400
    • When viewing the Earth from above, the Earth is rotating _____.
    • Clockwise
    • From the north to the south
    • From the south to the north
    • Counter clockwise
  • 13. EARTH - $500
    • Why does the length of Earth’s day and night change?
    • The axis of the moon is tilted.
    • Earth rotates from east to west.
    • The axis of the moon is straight
    • The axis of the Earth is tilted.
  • 14. SEASONS - $100
    • When does the longest day of the year occur?
    • Vernal equinox
    • Summer solstice
    • Winter solstice
    • Autumnal equinox
  • 15. SEASONS - $200
    • Why do people on Earth experience four seasons?
    • Tilted axis of Earth
    • Earth’s revolution
    • Earth’s tilted axis and revolution
    • Earth’s rotation
  • 16. SEASONS - $300
    • When the North pole is tilted toward the sun, it is_____.
    • Summer in both hemispheres
    • Winter in both hemispheres
    • Winter in the northern hemisphere
    • Summer in the northern hemisphere
  • 17. SEASONS - $400
    • The hemisphere that leans toward the sun has_____.
    • Long days and long nights
    • Long days and short nights
    • Short days and short nights
    • Short days and long nights
  • 18. SEASONS - $500
    • When are day and night equal all over the world?
    • Summer solstice
    • January 1
    • Winter solstice
    • Vernal Equinox
  • 19. ECLIPSES/TIDES - $100
    • If you are in the umbra of an eclipse, what will you see?
    • Partial eclipse
    • Full moon
    • Total eclipse
    • New moon
  • 20. ECLIPSES/TIDES - $200
    • High tides occur ________.
    • Every 6 hours
    • Every 12 hours
    • Once a month
    • Once a day
  • 21. ECLIPSES/TIDES - $300
    • A lunar eclipse occurs when___
    • The sun is between the earth and moon
    • The moon is between the earth and sun
    • The moon is in the first quarter
    • Earth is between the sun and moon.
  • 22. ECLIPSES/TIDES - $400
    • What do we call the completely dark area of the shadow of the earth or moon?
    • Partial eclipse
    • Total eclipse
    • Umbra
    • penumbra
  • 23. ECLIPSES/TIDES - $500
    • What is the main cause of tides on Earth?
    • Wind
    • Gravity of the sun
    • Gravity of Earth
    • Gravity of the moon
  • 24. MOON - $100
    • Why is there no weather on the moon?
    • There is no atmosphere
    • There is too much sun
    • One side of the moon is always without sunlight.
    • There isn’t enough gravity.
  • 25. MOON - $200
    • What are the dark, smooth areas on the moon called?
    • A.Maria
    • Highlands
    • Umbra
    • Rilles
  • 26. MOON - $300 Long valleys on the moon are known as _____. A.Maria B.Umbra C.Rilles D. Highlands
  • 27. MOON - $400 True or False? The moon revolves around the Earth in an elliptical orbit.
  • 28. MOON - $500
    • What year did Neil Armstrong walk on the moon?
    • 1968
    • 1969
    • 1971
    • 1972
  • 29. MOON PHASES - $100
    • The waxing-crescent moon occurs directly before the____.
    • New moon
    • Full moon
    • First-quarter
    • Waning-gibbous
  • 30. MOON PHASES - $200
    • The new moon occurs directly before the _____.
    • Waning-gibbous moon
    • Waxing-crescent moon
    • Full moon
    • First-quarter moon
  • 31. MOON PHASES - $300
    • What causes the phases of the moon?
    • Earth’s revolution around the sun
    • Earth’s revolution around the moon
    • The moon revolving around the sun
    • The moon revolving around Earth
  • 32. MOON PHASES - $400
    • Which phase of the moon occurs just before the waxing-gibbous and after the waxing-crescent?
    • Full moon
    • New moon
    • Last quarter moon
    • First quarter moon
  • 33. MOON PHASES - $500 During which phase of the moon does a lunar eclipse occur? A. Full moon B. New moon C. Last quarter D. New quarter
  • 34. EARTH - $100 B. 30
  • 35. EARTH - $200 C. A year
  • 36. EARTH - $300 C. Equator
  • 37. EARTH - $400 D. Counter Clockwise
  • 38. EARTH - $500 D. The axis of Earth is tilted.
  • 39. SEASONS - $100 B. Summer Solstice
  • 40. SEASONS - $200 C. Earth’s tilted axis and revolution
  • 41. SEASONS - $300
    • Summer in the northern hemisphere
  • 42. SEASONS - $400 B. Long days and short nights
  • 43. SEASONS - $500 D. Vernal Equinox
  • 44. ECLIPSES/TIDES - $100 C. Total eclipse
  • 45. ECLIPSES/TIDES - $200 B. Every 12 hours
  • 46. ECLIPSES/TIDES - $300 D. Earth is between the sun and moon.
  • 47. ECLIPSES/TIDES - $400 C. Umbra
  • 48. ECLIPSES/TIDES - $500 D. Gravity of the moon
  • 49. MOON - $100 A. There is no atmosphere
  • 50. MOON - $200 A. Maria
  • 51. MOON - $300 C. Rilles
  • 52. MOON - $400 True
  • 53. MOON - $500 B. 1969
  • 54. MOON PHASES - $100 C. First-quarter
  • 55. MOON PHASES - $200 B. Waxing-crescent moon
  • 56. MOON PHASES - $300 D. The moon revolving around Earth
  • 57. MOON PHASES - $400 D. First-quarter
  • 58. MOON PHASES - $500 A. Full Moon
  • 59.  
  • 60. CALENDARS
  • 61. FINAL CATEGORY What month do we add a day, how often do we add it, and what do we call it.
  • 62. February, every 4 th year, Leap year FINAL CATEGORY
  • 63. END OF GAME
  • 64.  
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  • 67.  
  • 68. JEOPARDY! Slide Show Notes
    • The font for the question & answer slides is “Enchanted;” a copy of this font in located in the “REAL Jeopardy Template” folder. (This font will need to be installed in the C:/WINDOWS/FONTS folder of the computer running the show.) In order to keep all of the sounds and fonts together, copy the entire “REAL Jeopardy Template” folder.
    • To change the categories:
      • 1. Go to “Edit” and “Replace…”
      • 2. In the Find box, type ACRONYMS (all caps)
      • 3. In the Replace box, type the category in all caps (for example, PRESIDENTS)
      • 4. Click Replace All...
    • To use the Daily Double:
      • 1. Choose which dollar values to set as Daily Double
      • 2. Link that dollar value to one of the DD slides
      • 3. Link the arrow on the DD slide to the correct question slide (so dollar/category match)
  • 69. Running the JEOPARDY! Slide Show
    • On the game board with the categories on top, click on the desired dollar value. (The first game board is used only to blink in the dollar values like the show.)
    • ICONS:
      • ? Go to the answer screen.
      • House Go back to the game board.
      • Right Arrow (on Daily Doubles) Go to the question screen.
      • Turned-up Arrow Reload question screen after incorrect guess