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    Missouri Jeopardy Missouri Jeopardy Presentation Transcript

    • 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
    • Vocab. Resource and conservation Regions Border states Rivers Take your chances $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
    • $100
      • High, flat landforms that rise steeply
      • above the surrounding land.
      • Region
      • Plateau
      • Border
      • Tributary
    • $100 B. Plateau Scores
    • $200
      • _______ is the study of the Earth and all of the different kinds of things on it.
      • Geography
      • Plateau
      • Tributary
      • Border
    • $200 A. Geography Scores
    • $300
      • ________ are the different shapes that make up the surface of the Earth.
      • Plateau
      • Border
      • Landforms
      • Region
    • $300 C. Landform Scores
    • $400
      • A river that flows into another larger river.
      • Landform
      • Plateau
      • Region
      • Tributary
    • $400 D. Tributary Scores
    • $500
      • ______ is an area with common features that set it apart from other areas.
      • Border
      • Region
      • Landform
      • Plateau
    • $500 B. Region Scores
    • $100
      • Resources that can not be replaced are called?
      • Zinc
      • conservation
      • recycle
      • nonrenewable
    • $100 D. nonrenewable Scores
    • $200 True or False Lead, Fire clay and Zinc are nonrenewable resources.
    • $200 True, they all are. Scores
    • A process by which wind and water wear away the top layer of soil. $300
    • EROSION $300 Scores
    • Daily Double
    • $400 Missouri leads the country in the production of these three minerals.
    • $400 Lead, Fire clay and Zinc Scores
    • $500 List two ways to practice conservation.
    • $500 Recycle, Reuse, conserve water Scores
    • $100
      • Springfield in located in which region?
      • Mississippi Lowlands
      • Ozark Highlands
      • Osage Plains
      • Glaciated Till Plains
    • $100 B. Ozark Highlands Scores
    • $200
      • Which region was formed by glaciers?
      • Osage Plains
      • Alluvial River Plains
      • Ozark Highlands
      • Glaciated Till Plains
    • D. Glaciated Till Plain $200 Scores
    • $300
      • The Ozark Highlands was formed by
      • Water
      • Fire
      • Volcano
      • Glaciers
    • $300 A. water Scores
    • $400 Name the three forces that formed Missouri.
    • $400 Water, Glaciers and volcano Scores
    • $500 Name Missouri’s five regions.
    • $500 Glaciated Till Plain, Osage Plains, Ozark Highlands, Mississippi Lowlands, Alluvial River Plain Scores
    • $100
      • Up top is ___________
      • Iowa
      • Kentucky
      • Tennessee
      • Texas
    • A. Iowa $100 Scores
    • $200
      • Up top is Iowa East is _______.
      • Kansas
      • Oklahoma
      • Nebraska
      • Illinois
    • $200 D . Illinois Scores
    • $300
      • Up top is Iowa, East is Illinois, _________ with its bluegrass is South of the Oh, Boy.
      • Kansas
      • Kentucky
      • Tennessee
      • Arkansas
    • $300 B. Kentucky Scores
    • $400 Up top is Iowa, East is Illinois, Kentucky with its bluegrass is south of that Oh, Boy, __________ is by the boot heel with Arkansas straight south.
    • $400 Tennessee Scores
    • $500 List three of Missouri’s eight border states.
    • $500 Iowa, Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska Scores
      • What river forms Missouri’s eastern
      • border?
      • Alaska
      • Mississippi
      • Missouri
      • Arkansas
      $100
    • $100 B. Mississippi Scores
    • $200
      • What is the second largest river in the United States?
      • Missouri
      • Nebraska
      • Mississippi
      • Iowa
    • $200 A. Missouri Scores
    • $300
      • What river forms the northwestern border of Missouri?
      • Mississippi
      • Kansas
      • Arkansas
      • Missouri
    • $300 D. Missouri Scores
    • $400 Name our states first two “highways”.
    • $400 Missouri and Mississippi rivers Scores
    • $500 Name 3 ways Missouri’s rivers are used.
    • $500
      • Transportation
      • Recreation
      • fishing
      Scores
    • $100
      • ______ is a line that people agree on to separate two places.
      • Border
      • Region
      • Tributary
      • Landform
    • $100 A. Border Scores
    • $200
      • What is the name of Missouri’s highest point?
      • Taum Sauk Mt.
      • Mount St. Helen
      • Mt. Missouri
      • Ozark Highlands Mountain
    • $200 A. Taum Sauk Mountain Scores
    • $300
      • What is Missouri’s state fossil?
      • Brinoid
      • Drinoid
      • Crinoids
      • Friniod
    • $300 C. Crinoids Scores
    • $400 What is the name of the famous author from Missouri?
    • $400 Mark Twain or Samuel Clemens Scores
    • $500 What are Missouri’s 3 largest cities?
    • $500 Kansas City, St. Louis, Springfield Scores
    • Subject 1 Subject 2 Subject 3 Subject 4 Subject 5 Subject 6 $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
    • $200 Enter Answer Here for Category 1 - Question 1
    • $200 Enter Question Here for Category 1 - Question 1 Scores
    • $400 Enter Answer Here for Category 1 - Question 2
    • $400 Enter Question Here for Category 1 - Question 2 Scores
    • $600 Enter Answer Here for Category 1 - Question 3
    • $600 Enter Question Here for Category 1 - Question 3 Scores
    • $800 Enter Answer Here for Category 1 - Question 4
    • $800 Enter Question Here for Category 1 - Question 4 Scores
    • $1000 Enter Answer Here for Category 1 - Question 5
    • $1000 Enter Question Here for Category 1 - Question 5 Scores
    • $200 Enter Answer Here for Category 2 - Question 1
    • $200 Enter Question Here for Category 2 - Question 1 Scores
    • Daily Double
    • $400 Enter Answer Here for Category 2 - Question 2
    • $400 Enter Question Here for Category 2 - Question 2 Scores
    • $600 Enter Answer Here for Category 2 - Question 3
    • $600 Enter Question Here for Category 2 - Question 3 Scores
    • $800 Enter Answer Here for Category 2 - Question 4
    • $800 Enter Question Here for Category 2 - Question 4 Scores
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    • $200 Enter Answer Here for Category 3 - Question 1
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    • $200 Enter Answer Here for Category 4 - Question 1
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    • $400 Enter Question Here for Category 4 - Question 2 Scores
    • Daily Double
    • $600 Enter Answer Here for Category 4 - Question 3
    • $600 Enter Question Here for Category 4 - Question 3 Scores
    • $800 Enter Answer Here for Category 4 - Question 4
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    • $200 Enter Answer Here for Category 5 - Question 1
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    • $200 Enter Answer Here for Category 6 - Question 1
    • $200 Enter Question Here for Category 6 - Question 1 Scores
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    • Final Jeopardy Scores Rocks Final Jeopardy Question
    • What are the three main groups of rocks and give an example of each.
    • Igneous: Granite, Obsidian, Basalt Sedimentary: Rock Salt, Shale, Limestone, Conglomerate, Sandstone Metamorphic: Marble, Quartzite Scores