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    Environments Jeopardy Environments Jeopardy Presentation Transcript

    • THIS IS
    • A B C D E F 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
    • How did Lake Erie get polluted? A 100
    • What got affected by the pollution? A 200
    • How does a owl depend on a cactus? A 300
    • How does a walking stick depend on the stick? A 400
    • What does "Marine" mean? A 500
    • What is a "sanctuary"? B 100
    • Is your terrarium a ecosystem? B 200
    • How do bees and plants depend on each other? B 300
    • Is kelp a producer or a decomposer? B 400
    • What happened to Mono Lake in 1982? B 500
    • What is an ecosystem? C 100
    • How many legs does a Roly Poly have? C 200
    • What does “nonliving” mean? C 300
    • DAILY Place A Wager DOUBLE C 400
    • Give one example of how seeds are spread around away from the plant. C 400
    • Name an animal in a marine ecosystem. C 500
    • What does “isopod” mean? D 100
    • What does a food web or food chain always start with? (What kind of animal is at the bottom?) D 200
    • What do you call the microorganisms that break down dead things? D 300
    • Which type of animal is there the most of: reptiles, birds, or insects? D 400
    • What is a petroleum product? D 500
    • What do farmers use that can pollute lakes and rivers? E 100
    • How do plants get food? E 200
    • What might cover the top of a lake? E 300
    • What does “survive” mean? E 400
    • What does “pollinate” mean? E 500
    • Name an ecosystem F 100
    • Name one kind of producer F 200
    • Name something that eats brine shrimp. F 300
    • What does carnivore mean? F 400
    • What does omnivore mean? F 500
    • The Final Jeopardy Category is: POLLUTION Please record your wager. Click on screen to begin
    • What is one way lakes and rivers can get polluted? Click on screen to continue
    • Thank You for Playing Jeopardy!