Judy Flores Jeopardy game

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The game was played at the Leonides Morales High School in Lajas Puerto Rico on May 3, 2011 at 12:30 to 300 P.M

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Judy Flores Jeopardy game

  1. 1. Leonides Morales High School
  2. 2. • Participants Group I• Perla Martínez Morales• Karianne Ramírez Torres• Nicole Ríos Antongiorgi• Carlene Ramos Rodríguez• Laura Vélez Cotte• Nataly Zaragoza Rodríguez Leonides Morales High School
  3. 3. Participants Group II• Arelis Nuñez Santiago• Janilie Rodriguez Alameda• Vicmary Vargas Vargas• José D. Rodriguez Zapata• Crystal N. Garcia Cruz• Esteban U. Martinez Irizarry Leonides Morales High School
  4. 4. Judges• Ana Rosario Mulero – Physics teacher with an English teaching certificate• Cynthia Delgado - English teacher 12th grade• Evelyn Rivera –English teacher 11th grade• Joanna Toro–English teacher 11th grade Leonides Morales High School
  5. 5. Choose a category. You will answer a given question.You must give the correct answer or you will not gain points. Click to begin.
  6. 6. The legend The The Bermuda Lucid Carbon of Philadelphia Triangle Dreams Footprint Atlantis Experiment100 100 100 100 100200 200 200 200 200300 300 300 300 300400 400 400 400 400500 500 500 500 500600 600 600 600 600700 700 700 700 700 Entrance Final800 800 Commercials 800 800 800 question
  7. 7. 100 Point Question The Legend of Atlantis• Who was the first person who talked about the Atlantis? and where did he mention it?
  8. 8. 100 Point Answer The Legend of Atlantis• Plato, he started mentioning Atlantis in his plays (Timaeus and Critias)
  9. 9. The Legend of AtlantisReturn
  10. 10. 200 Point Question The Legend of Atlantis• Describe the continental drift theory?
  11. 11. 200 Point Answer The Legend of Atlantis• All the continents fit together, like a jigsaw puzzle.
  12. 12. The Legend of Atlantis•Return
  13. 13. 300 Point Question The Legend of Atlantis• Who was Edgar Cayce? And what did he say about his pass life?
  14. 14. 300 Point Answer The Legend of Atlantis• He was a clairvoyance. Who said that he had lived in Atlantis in his passed life.
  15. 15. The Legend of Atlantis•Return
  16. 16. 400 Point Question The Legend of Atlantis• Was Atlantis an island or a continent? Prove your answer.
  17. 17. 400 Point Answer The Legend of Atlantis• Atlantis was a continent because it was greater in extent than Libya and Asia.
  18. 18. The Legend of Atlantis•Return
  19. 19. 500 Point Question The Legend of Atlantis• Where did Platos revelation of the continent of Atlantis come from?
  20. 20. 500 Point Answer The Legend of Atlantis• From a man name Solon.
  21. 21. The Legend of Atlantis•Return
  22. 22. 600 Point Question The Legend of Atlantis• Which prophecy that Edgar Cayce had made did not come to pass ?
  23. 23. 600 Point Answer The Legend of Atlantis• Cayce prophesized that the lost island of Atlantis would emerge from the ocean in 1968 or 1969.
  24. 24. The Legend of Atlantis•Return
  25. 25. 700 Point Question The Legend of Atlantis• Who is Poseidon and where did he live?
  26. 26. 700 Point Answer The Legend of Atlantis• Poseidon is the god of sea. He lived on the ocean floor
  27. 27. The Legend of Atlantis•Return
  28. 28. 800 Point Question The Legend of Atlantis• The symbols associated with Poseidon include:
  29. 29. 800 Point Answer The legend of Atlantis• Dolphins, tridents and three- pronged fish spears.
  30. 30. The legend of Atlantis•Return
  31. 31. 100 Point Question The Philadelphia Experiment• Another name for The Philadelphia Experiment
  32. 32. 100 Point Answer The Philadelphia Experiment• Project Rainbow
  33. 33. The Philadelphia Experiment•Return
  34. 34. 200 Point Question The Philadelphia Experiment• The name of the ship involved in the Philadelphia experiment.
  35. 35. 200 Point Answer The Philadelphia Experiment• The U.S.S Eldridge
  36. 36. The Philadelphia Experiment•Return
  37. 37. 300 Point Question The Philadelphia Experiment• Whose theory was involved in the experiment?
  38. 38. 300 Point Answer The Philadelphia Experiment• Einstein’s Theory
  39. 39. The Philadelphia Experiment•Return
  40. 40. 400 Point Question The Philadelphia Experiment• State the name of the theory involved in the experiment.
  41. 41. 400 Point Answer The Philadelphia Experiment• Unified Field Theory for Gravitation and Electricity
  42. 42. The Philadelphia Experiment•Return
  43. 43. 500 Point Question The Philadelphia Experiment• What was the experiment suppose to achieve
  44. 44. 500 Point Answer The Philadelphia ExperimentTo create a ship that could not be detected by magnetic mines and or radar. (Invisibility)
  45. 45. The Philadelphia Experiment•Return
  46. 46. 600 Point Question The Philadelphia Experiment• Who was the first person to come forward with the story of what happened that day of the experiment?
  47. 47. 600 Point Answer The Philadelphia Experiment• Carlos Miguele Allende
  48. 48. The Philadelphia Experiment•Return
  49. 49. 700 Point Question The Philadelphia Experiment• State the name of the character who committed suicide and what was he about to do before committing suicide?
  50. 50. 700 Point Answer The Philadelphia ExperimentDr. Morris K. Jessup.He was about to reveal the true story of the Philadelphia experiment when he committed suicide .
  51. 51. The Philadelphia Experiment•Return
  52. 52. 800 Point Question The Philadelphia Experiment• What was Bielek’s story of the occurrences of the Philadelphia Experiment ?
  53. 53. 800 Point Answer The Philadelphia ExperimentHe claims that he was transported in time to the future and that here in the future he was brainwashed by the U.S. Navy.
  54. 54. The Philadelphia Experiment•Return
  55. 55. 100 Points Question The Bermudas Triangle• Why is the Bermudas Triangle a topic of interest for many people?
  56. 56. 100 Points Answer The Bermudas Triangle• Because so many strange occurrences have taken place in this area
  57. 57. The Bermudas Triangle•Return
  58. 58. 200 Points Question The Bermudas Triangle• Where is the area known as the Bermudas Triangle?
  59. 59. 200 Points Answer The Bermudas Triangle• Miami (Florida), Puerto Rico and Bermuda
  60. 60. The Bermudas Triangle•Return
  61. 61. 300 Points Question The Bermudas Triangle• To whom is attributed the disappearances and strange events that occurs in the Bermudas Triangle?
  62. 62. 300 Points Answer The Bermudas Triangle• extraterrestrials or aliens
  63. 63. The Bermudas Triangle•Return
  64. 64. 400 Points Question The Bermudas TriangleRichard McIver explanation of the frequent events of the Bermuda Triangle was:• A. That there is hydrate and methane in the area causing danger to anything nearby.• B. That there is metalloids and actinides in the area causing danger to everything near.• C. The presences of Alkaline earth metals• causes the disturbance in the area.
  65. 65. 400 Points Answer The Bermudas Triangle• A. That there is hydrate and methane in the area causing danger to anything nearby.
  66. 66. The Bermudas Triangle•Return
  67. 67. 500 Points Question The Bermudas Triangle• In the sentence “no matter whether you choose to believe in one myth or other, or a combination, or simply believe the Bermuda Triangle is nothing more than a lot of hype.” hype means:• A. publicity, propaganda• B. lies, fib• C. dishonest, untruth
  68. 68. 500 Points Answer The Bermudas Triangle• A. publicity, propaganda
  69. 69. The Bermudas Triangle•Return
  70. 70. 600 Points Question The Bermudas Triangle• In the sentence “His theory was that to the north of the Bermuda Triangle huge landslides occur on the continental shelf, which results in large stones and sludge falling rapidly to the sea floor. “ Sludge means:• A. trash• B. mud• C. giant rocks
  71. 71. 600 Points Answer The Bermudas Triangle• B. mud
  72. 72. The Bermudas Triangle•Return
  73. 73. 700 Points Question DAILY DOUBLE The Bermudas Triangle• What is point of view? According to the article “The Bermuda Triangle” What point of view was the author using in the text?
  74. 74. 700 Points Answer The Bermudas Triangle• Point of view is the perspective from which a speaker or writer recounts a narrative or presents information.• It was written in the second person.
  75. 75. The Bermudas Triangle•Return
  76. 76. 800 Points Question The Bermudas Triangle• The meaning of landslide is• A. a slide made out of dirt• B. a piece of land that looks like a slide.• C. mud slide or avalanche
  77. 77. 800 Points Answer The Bermudas Triangle• C. mud slide or avalanche
  78. 78. The Bermudas Triangle•Return
  79. 79. 100 Points Question Lucid Dreams• What is lucid dreaming?
  80. 80. 100 Points Answer Lucid Dreams• Lucid dreaming means dreaming while knowing that you are dreaming
  81. 81. Lucid Dreams•Return
  82. 82. 200 Points Question Lucid Dreams• The term “Lucid dreams” was coined by___________who used the word "lucid" in the sense of mental clarity.• A. Francisco Bonaparte• B. Frederik van Eeden• C. Frederick Van Helen
  83. 83. 200 Points Answer Lucid Dreams• B. Frederik van Eeden
  84. 84. Lucid Dreams•Return
  85. 85. 300 Points Question Lucid Dreams• Why are therapists using “Lucid dream” as a therapy? (in your own words)
  86. 86. 300 Points Answer Lucid Dreams• To reduce nightmares or guide the waking patient toward having a mastery dream using the conscious mind to control the wild ways of the unconscious.
  87. 87. Lucid Dreams•Return
  88. 88. 400 Points Question Lucid Dreams• What is “in vivo desensitization?• A . a treatment used to create a sensitive atmosphere to the dreamer.• B. a treatment where people are exposed while awake to what may be haunting them in their sleep.• C. a treatment to create an atmosphere full of exciting adventures .
  89. 89. 400 Points Answer Lucid Dreams• B. a treatment where people are exposed while awake to what may be haunting them in their sleep.
  90. 90. Lucid Dreams•Return
  91. 91. 500 Points Question Lucid DreamsHow can lucid dreamer change their dream or reduce their fear?
  92. 92. 500 Points Answer Lucid Dreams• Because they are taught to become aware that they are dreaming while the dream is in progress.
  93. 93. Lucid Dreams•Return
  94. 94. 600 Points Question Lucid Dreams• In the sentence “As they are drifting off to sleep”, drifting means:• A. move from one condition to another• B. to carry• C. to transform a dream from good to evil
  95. 95. 600 Points Answer Lucid Dreams• A. move from one condition to another
  96. 96. Lucid Dreams•Return
  97. 97. 700 Points Question Lucid Dreams • emerge means• A. to come back• B. come out, appear• C. to recover something lost
  98. 98. 700 Points Answer Lucid Dreams• B. come out, appear
  99. 99. Lucid Dreams•Return
  100. 100. 800 Points Question Lucid Dreams• Three techniques used by therapist to reduce nightmares are:• A. Interpersonal Interventions , live dissemination and dream formation• B. Performance involvement, in vivo dream maker and dream formation• C. Behavioral interventions, in vivo desensitization and dream incubation.
  101. 101. 800 Points Answer Lucid Dreams• C. Behavioral interventions, in vivo desensitization and dream incubation.
  102. 102. Lucid Dreams•Return
  103. 103. 100 Point Question Carbon Footprint• State in your own words, what is carbon footprint ?
  104. 104. 100 Points Answer Carbon Footprint• Carbon footprint is a measure of the exclusive global amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) and other greenhouse gases emitted by a human activity.
  105. 105. Carbon Footprint•Return
  106. 106. 200 Points Question Carbon Footprint• In the following sentence “Can the soul subdue the ego; can we unmask our human lies? Subdue means:• A. restrain, suppress or hold back.• B. desire• C. to reverse or erase
  107. 107. 200 Points Answer Carbon Footprint• A. restrain, hold back
  108. 108. Carbon Footprint•Return
  109. 109. 300 Points Question Carbon Footprint• What is the greenhouse effect ?
  110. 110. 300 Points Answer Carbon Footprint• is a gas in an atmosphere that absorbs and emits radiation within the thermal infrared range.
  111. 111. Carbon Footprint•Return
  112. 112. 400 Point Question Carbon Footprint• Greenhouse gases include:• A. water vapor, carbon dioxide and alkali metals• B. carbon dioxide, alkali metals and lanthanides• C. water vapor, carbon dioxide and methane
  113. 113. 400 Points Answer Carbon Footprint• C. water vapor, carbon dioxide and methane
  114. 114. Carbon Footprint•Return
  115. 115. 500 Point Question Carbon Footprint• What is global warming?• In your own words.
  116. 116. 500 Point Answer Carbon Footprint• a sustained increase temperature of the earths atmosphere sufficient to cause climatic change.
  117. 117. Carbon Footprint•Return
  118. 118. 600 Points Question Carbon Footprint• Mention what is the most important factor that is causing global warming?
  119. 119. 600 Points Answer Carbon Footprint• greenhouse gas emissions
  120. 120. Carbon Footprint•Return
  121. 121. 700 Points Question Carbon Footprint• In the sentence ”The earth simply can’t cope with a worldwide jump in meat and dairy consumption”• cope with meansA. surprise, shockingB. handle, manageC. transaction
  122. 122. 700 Points Answer Carbon FootprintB. handle, manage
  123. 123. Carbon Footprint•Return
  124. 124. 800 Points Question Carbon Footprint• In the sentence “Livestock’s contribution to environmental problems is on a massive scale”, Livestock means:• A. abandoned animals• B. animals kept on farms• C. animals kept on leash
  125. 125. 800 Points Answer Carbon Footprint• B. animals kept on farms
  126. 126. Carbon Footprint•Return
  127. 127. Final Question• What are the similarities between The Legend of Atlantis, The Philadelphia Experiment and The Bermuda Triangle?
  128. 128. Final Answer• All the stories are just theories and are not proven to be true
  129. 129. Participants Group I• Arelis Nuñez Santiago• Janilie Rodriguez Alameda• Vicmary Vargas Vargas• José D. Rodriguez Zapata• Crystal N. Garcia Cruz• Esteban U. Martinez Irizarry
  130. 130. Participants Group II Perla Martínez Morales• Karianne Ramírez Torres• Nicole Ríos Antongiorgi• Carlene Ramos Rodríguez• Laura Vélez Cotte• Nataly Zaragoza Rodríguez
  131. 131. Special Thanks to:• Carlos Molina- Director of Leonides Morales High school• Evelyn Rivera - English teacher• Jesus Negron- The Librarian• Joanna Toro - English teacher• Ana Rosario Mulero- Physics Teacher
  132. 132. Special invitation to• Eileen Blau – Professor from UPRM• Joan Baker – Professor from UPRM• Ramonita Valle – English Teacher• Blanca Irizarry – Science Teacher• David Beauchamp - History Teacher• Freddie Natal -Spanish Teacher
  133. 133. Leonides Morales High School

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