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  • 1. Welcome to Jeopardy!
  • 2. Mark E. Damon Another Presentation © 2001 - All rights Reserved [email_address]
  • 3. Team 1 Team 2 Team 3 Round 1 Round 2 Final Jeopardy Team 1
  • 4. SS Vocab 1 SS Vocab 2 SS Vocab 3 Science Vocab 1 Science Vocab 2 $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 Round 2 Final Jeopardy Scores
  • 5. $100 Someone who travels from place to place with no permanent home.
  • 6. $100 What is a nomad? Scores
  • 7. $200 A set of activities done for a specific purpose. A wedding is one example.
  • 8. $200 What is a ceremony? Scores
  • 9. $300 A group’s stories passed on through the generations.
  • 10. $300 What is folklore? Scores
  • 11. $400 Study of objects to learn about the past.
  • 12. $400 What is archaeology? Scores
  • 13. $500 Focus on one particular thing or activity.
  • 14. $500 What is specialize? Scores
  • 15. $100 More of something than you need.
  • 16. $100 What is surplus? Scores
  • 17. $200 An accepted way of doing something. For example, in America we shake hands to greet people.
  • 18. $200 What is custom? Scores
  • 19. $300 Change to fit different conditions.
  • 20. $300 What is adapt? Scores
  • 21. Daily Double
  • 22. $400 The use of scientific knowledge to solve problems.
  • 23. $400 What is technology? Scores
  • 24. $500 An object made by people.
  • 25. $500 What is an artifact? Scores
  • 26. $100 Raising plants and animals for human use.
  • 27. $100 What is agriculture? Scores
  • 28. $200 Movement from one place to another.
  • 29. $200 What is migration? Scores
  • 30. $300 A set of customs that people create over time. For example, you might go to your grandma’s house, eat turkey, and then watch a football game for Thanksgiving. That would be your Thanksgiving ________________.
  • 31. $300 What is a tradition? Scores
  • 32. $400 Talk to and work with others.
  • 33. $400 What is interact? Scores
  • 34. $500 A system for organizing resources such as money and goods. Buying, selling, and trading things.
  • 35. $500 What is economy? Scores
  • 36. $100 The basic unit of all living things.
  • 37. $100 What is a cell? Scores
  • 38. $200 Gel-like material between the cell membrane and the nucleus.
  • 39. $200 What is cytoplasm? Scores
  • 40. $300 A group of similar specialized cells that work together. For example, a bunch of muscle cells working together form muscle _____________.
  • 41. $300 What is tissue? Scores
  • 42. $400 A special form of diffusion that helps keep water in cells. This form of transport lets some things out while keeping others in.
  • 43. $400 What is osmosis? Scores
  • 44. $500 A structure that performs specific functions in the cell. Mitochondria, nucleus, and ribosomes are some examples.
  • 45. $500 What are organelles? Scores
  • 46. $100 Process that spreads substances through a gas or liquid, like food coloring in water.
  • 47. $100 What is diffusion? Scores
  • 48. $200 The cell part that contains DNA and directs cell activities. The “brain” of the cell.
  • 49. $200 What is the nucleus? Scores
  • 50. $300 A group of related tissues that perform a specific function, like your heart, liver, kidneys, lungs, etc.
  • 51. $300 What are organs? Scores
  • 52. $400 A group of organs that work together to perform a task, like your brain, spinal column and nerves, for example.
  • 53. $400 What is system or organ system? Scores
  • 54. $500 Process by which cells break down glucose in plants and animals.
  • 55. $500 What is cellular respiration? Scores
  • 56. Jobs of cell parts Science Potluck Effect of geography And climate Common ways of life American Indians work together $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $600 $600 $600 $600 $600 $800 $800 $800 $800 $800 $1000 $1000 $1000 $1000 $1000 Round 1 Final Jeopardy Scores
  • 57. $200 Stores DNA.
  • 58. $200 What is nucleus? Scores
  • 59. $400 Lets food water and gases into cell.
  • 60. $400 What is cell membrane? Scores
  • 61. $600 Tells the cell what to do.
  • 62. $600 What is nucleus? Scores
  • 63. $800 Holds all the other organelles.
  • 64. $800 What is cytoplasm? Scores
  • 65. $1000 Provides hard outer layer of plant cell and helps the plant stand up.
  • 66. $1000 What is cell wall? Scores
  • 67. $200 All living things need this sugar to stay alive.
  • 68. $200 What is glucose? Scores
  • 69. Daily Double
  • 70. $400 Tell one thing all living things do.
  • 71. $400 What is Make or take in food Take care of and protect their bodies Grow and reproduce Get rid of waste? Scores
  • 72. $600 Tell one cell part that plant cells have, that animals cells do not have.
  • 73. $600 What is chloroplast or cell wall? Scores
  • 74. $800 The two ways things move in a cell.
  • 75. $800 What are osmosis and diffusion? Scores
  • 76. $1000 Two of the three parts of the cell theory.
  • 77. $1000
    • What is:
    • All living things are made up of cells or
    • The cell is the basic, or most simple part of a cell or
    • Cells come from other cells?
    Scores
  • 78. $200 When people learned about this, they no longer had to follow their food sources.
  • 79. $200 What is agriculture? Scores
  • 80. $400 This group lived in a very dry area and learned irrigation so they could farm.
  • 81. $400 Who are the desert southwest? Scores
  • 82. $600 Because they had to move to follow the buffalo, their major food source, these American Indians were the only ones to use light and portable tepees as sheleter.
  • 83. $600 Who are the Great Plains Indians? Scores
  • 84. $800 This group lived near the ocean and carved large dugout canoes. Sea animals were an important resource to them. They also had potlatch ceremonies to show their wealth.
  • 85. $800 Who are Pacific Northwest Indians? Scores
  • 86. $1000 These American Indians lived in wigwams or longhouses and used a deer leather called buckskin to keep warm during the cold winters.
  • 87. $1000 Who are the Eastern Woodland Indians? Scores
  • 88. $200 One purpose of American Indian celebrations or ceremonies.
  • 89. $200
    • What is:
    • Honoring nature
    • Social purposes
    • Religious purposes
    Scores
  • 90. $400 Because they had no written language, many American Indian groups used oral language to pass on the groups stories, also called this.
  • 91. $400 What is folklore? Scores
  • 92. Daily Double
  • 93. $600 Dance and music were often part of these celebrations which were sets of activities done for a specific purpose.
  • 94. $600 What are ceremonies? Scores
  • 95. $800 The Pacific Northwest Indians had these feasts during which the chief gave away goods to show how rich the group was.
  • 96. $800 What are potlatches? Scores
  • 97. $1000 These dolls represent important figures in Hopi culture.
  • 98. $1000 What are kachina dolls? Scores
  • 99. $200 When groups worked together to meet their needs, people were able to do this, which means to focus on one thing such as carving wood or weaving cloth.
  • 100. $200 What is specialize? Scores
  • 101. $400 Groups not only worked within the group but also did this, meaning to talk to and work with others.
  • 102. $400 What is interact? Scores
  • 103. $600 Some groups exchanged goods by doing this, which means to trade without using money.
  • 104. $600 What is barter? Scores
  • 105. $800 When people needed to create order, they formed these, which were systems of laws and the people who carry them out.
  • 106. $800 What are governments? Scores
  • 107. $1000 An American Indian leader named Deganawidah united 5 Indian groups under one set of laws forming a council that later became this group.
  • 108. $1000 What is the Iroquois Confederacy? Scores
  • 109. Final Jeopardy Scores How Cells Are Organized Final Jeopary Question
  • 110. Complete this chart showing how cells are organized. Cells Organism
  • 111. Scores Cells Tissues Organs Systems Organism