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games,,,, but please, do NOT remove this slide.
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  • How To Play
  • When you play the game, click on the TEXT DOLLAR
    AMOUNT that the contestant asks for, not the box.
  • When the contestants give their questions (really
    the answer), click anywhere on the screen to see
    the correct question. Click on the Score box so
    that you can return to the main game board.
  • Enter the score on the contestants black box.
  • If you are running out of time you can proceed to
    the FINAL Jeopardy button on the main game board
    to finish.
  • This will be where the contestants wager their
    money on the outcome of the last question.
  • It is a good idea to allow your kids to watch the
    Real Jeopardy before playing for the first time.
  • DO NOT save the game. This will overwrite the
    program with the scores and data you enter.
    After you create the answers and questions for
    the first time, You might save it as a different
    name ie.Ch13 review, but keep this file
    untouched!
  • Enjoy Lets Play!!!

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Let's Play Classroom Jeopardy!
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Let's Meet Our Contestants!
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Team 1
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Team 2
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Team 3
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Now Let's Play!
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Final Challenge
Round 2
Round 1
Team 3
Team 1
Team 2

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Round
Vocab.
Key Concepts
Scientific Method
Relationships
Open ended
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The application of scientific research to
societys needs and problems.
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What is technology?
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  • Any structure, behavior, or internal process that
    enables an organism to respond to environmental
    factors and live to produce offspring.
  • species
  • technology
  • hypothesis
  • adaptation

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is
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  • Anything that possesses all the characteristics
    of life.
  • species
  • environment
  • organism
  • homeostasis

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  • A group of organisms that can interbreed.
  • organism
  • stimulus
  • species
  • evolution


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  • The single factor that is altered in an
    experiment is the _________?
  • Control
  • Dependent variable
  • Hypothesis
  • Independent variable


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  • Which of the following is not an appropriate
    question for science to consider?
  • How many seals can a killer whale consume in a
    day?
  • b. Which type of orchid flower is most beautiful?
  • c. What birds prefer seeds as a food source?
  • d. When do hoofed mammals in Africa migrate
    northward?


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  • Similar-looking organisms, such as a group of
    dogs, that can interbreed and produce fertile
    offspring are called ________________.
  • A living system
  • An adaptation
  • A species
  • organization


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  • If data from repeated experiments do not support
    the hypothesis, what is the scientists next
    step?
  • Declare the experiment unsuccessful.
  • Revise the hypothesis.
  • Repeat the experiment.
  • Overturn the theory.

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Daily Double
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Molly grew four bean plants in pots with the same
soil and provided each with an equal amount of
light. She gave each plant different amounts of
the reactants involved in photosynthesis. She
then measured the amount of gas produced by each
plant and their increase in height over a few
weeks. An independent variable in Mollys
experiment is the amount of a. water given to
each plant. b. height gained by each plant. c.
oxygen produced by each plant. d. carbon dioxide
produced by each plant.
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  • A hypothesis that is supported many times may
    become a(n) _________.
  • Experiment
  • Conclusion
  • Theory
  • observation

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  • All of the procedures scientists use to answer
    questions are ________.
  • Life characteristics
  • Hypotheses
  • Research
  • Scientific methods

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  • Which of the following is not a testable
    hypothesis?
  • Fertilizer A will make the KW variety of green
    bean produce more beans.
  • Vitamin C relieves cold symptoms.
  • Smart people like the same music.
  • There is more than one species of African
    elephant.

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  • A group of scientists wishes to see if using
    a new, environmentally friendly pesticide is
    effective in preventing insect damage to
    soybeans. Three different soybean plots are
    planted. The first plot contains soybeans
    treated with the traditional pesticide. The
    second plot is treated with the new
    environmentally friendly pesticide. The third
    plot is left untreated.
  • Which plot is the control group?
  • The first plot with traditional pesticide
  • The second plot with the new pesticide
  • There is no control group
  • The third plot with no pesticide.

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  • A group of scientists wishes to see if using
    a new, environmentally friendly pesticide is
    effective in preventing insect damage to
    soybeans. Three different soybean plots are
    planted. The first plot contains soybeans
    treated with the traditional pesticide. The
    second plot is treated with the new
    environmentally friendly pesticide. The third
    plot is left untreated.
  • What could be concluded if the plot treated with
    the new pesticide has damage similar to the
    control plot?
  • The new pesticide may not be effective.
  • The experiment is a failure.
  • The control plot was problematic.
  • The new pesticide should be used.

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  • List the characteristics you would check to see
    if a pine tree is a living thing. Give an
    example that shows how the tree exhibits each
    characteristic.

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What are cells showing cellular structure
homeostasis by making and using energy from
sunlight growing toward the light is a response
to stimulus growth and development would be
shown in the changes since the plant was a seed
reproduction occurs when it produces new seeds.
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Compare the characteristics of life with the
flames of a fire. How are they similar and
different?
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What is fires can grow, use energy and reproduce
and are NOT composed of cells?
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Why do most experiments have a control?
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What is a basis for comparison?
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Describe an experiment that does not have a
control.
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What is a behavior experiment?
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Evaluate the impact that scientific research has
on society.
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What is new medical advances, space program, new
variations of plants, etc.?
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Round
Experiment
Classify
Populations
Animal Behavior
Data Tables
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Final Jeopardy
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Protein Synthesis Contestants write down your
wager
Final Jeopardy Question
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Steps in making a protein
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Contestants write your answers down and then put
down your pencil!
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