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Title: Welcome to the Jeopardy Game Template

1
Unit 1
Jeopardy
2
Rules
1. One minute to answer a question
2. Answer must be on white board
3. Other teams can steal points if incorrectly
4. Other teams can score half points if answered
correctly

3
No Steal
If its team 1s turn
Team 1 Correct Team 2 Incorrect Team 3
Incorrect Team 4 Correct Team 5 Correct Team 6
Incorrect Team 7 Correct
FULL POINTS!
No points
No points
Half points
Half points
No points
Half points
4
Steal
If its team 1s turn
Team 1 Incorrect Team 2 Incorrect Team 3
Incorrect Team 4 Correct Team 5 Correct Team 6
Incorrect Team 7 Correct
No points
No points
No points
FULL POINTS!
FULL POINTS!
No points
FULL POINTS!
5
Daily Double
If you hit a daily double you may CHOOSE to
either 1. Wager any number of points you have,
with the possibility of doubling your teams
point value! Or 2. Go for double the point
value for this category But in either case, you
lose points if you answer incorrectly
6
Electrons
Matter Basics
Inside the Atom
Measurements
Mixed Bag
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Matter Basics for 100
___________ have a definite volume and take on
the shape of its container ___________ take on
the shape and volume of its container ___________
have a definite shape and a definite volume
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Liquids Gases Solids
Back to Game
9
Matter Basics for 200
What happens to particles at ABSOLUTE ZERO
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Particles completely stop moving/vibrating at
absolute zero
Back to Game
11
Matter Basics for 300
___________ is a measurement of the rate of
movement of the particles in a substance
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Temperature
Back to Game
13
Matter Basics for 400
At what temperature does water freeze and boil in
ºC?
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Boil 100ºC Freeze 0ºC
Back to Game
15
DAILY DOUBLE
Matter Basics for 500
Give 3 examples of heterogeneous mixtures and 3
examples of homogeneous mixtures.
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• Homogeneous Mixtures
• Salt water
• Kool-aid
• Corn syrup
• Heterogeneous Mixtures
• Sand
• Gravel
• Tree

Back to Game
17
Inside the Atom for 100
What is the name for the region of negativity
surrounding an atoms nucleus?
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Electron Cloud
Back to Game
19
DAILY DOUBLE
Inside the Atom for 200
How many protons and neutrons does a Cobalt atom
with a mass number of 59 have?
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27 protons 32 neutrons
Back to Game
21
Inside the Atom for 300
What are 3 things Ernest Rutherfords gold foil
experiment demonstrated?
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1. Atoms have a nucleus
2. Nucleus is small (atom is mostly empty space)
3. Nucleus is positively charged

Back to Game
23
Inside the Atom for 400
An atom has 50 protons, 69 neutrons, and 46
electrons. What element is this? What is its
atomic number? What is its mass number?
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Tin Atomic Number 50 Mass Number 119
Back to Game
25
Inside the Atom for 500
Draw an electron cloud model of a helium atom
with a mass number of 4. Label all parts!
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Back to Game
27
Electrons for 100
What is the charge of an electron?
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Electron Charge -1
Back to Game
29
Electrons for 200
How many valence electrons does a neutral sulfur
atom have
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S 6 valence electrons
Back to Game
31
Electrons for 300
Draw a Bohr model a neutral aluminum atom
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Back to Game
33
Electrons for 400
How many valence electrons would a neutral
aluminum atom have?
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3 valence electrons
Back to Game
35
Electrons for 500
Draw a Bohr model of a neutral bromine atom
36
Back to Game
37
Measurements for 100
Water freezes at 0ºC. This means that at
-12ºC, water is a (what state of matter?)
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Solid
Back to Game
39
Measurements for 200
Draw 2 models, one of a not very dense substance,
the other of a dense substance. Make sure to
label which is which
40
Not Dense Dense
Back to Game
41
Measurements for 300
_____________ is the amount of matter in a
substance, _____________ is the 3-dimensional
space taken up by a substance, and _____________
is the amount of matter of a substance per
3-dimensional space.
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Mass, volume, density
Back to Game
43
DAILY DOUBLE
Measurements for 400
Convert the following 0.045 km ______ m 230 cm
_____ mm 560 mL ______ kL
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0.045 km 45 m 230 cm 2300 mm 560 mL 0.00056
kL
Back to Game
45
DAILY DOUBLE
Measurements for 500
What is the density of a substance in g/mL if it
has a mass of 0.021 kg and a volume of 0.012 L
46
1.75 g/mL
Back to Game
47
Mixed Bag for 100
The elements on the periodic table are arranged
in order horizontally by
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The number of protons (atomic number)
Back to Game
49
Mixed Bag for 200
What makes atoms of one element different from
atoms of another element?
50
The number of protons
Back to Game
51
Mixed Bag for 300
Draw 3 models, one of an ELEMENT, one of a
COMPOUND, and one of a MIXTURE
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Mixture Element Compound
Back to Game
53
DAILY DOUBLE
Mixed Bag for 400
Identify the element Neutral atom, 3 energy
levels, 6 valance electrons
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Neutral atom, 3 energy levels, 6 valance
electrons Sulfur (S)
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Mixed Bag for 500
What is the best explanation for why atoms in the
same group (column) of the periodic table have
the similar properties?
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Same group same of valence electrons
similar properties
57
Final Jeopardy
NO NOTES How many points do you want to risk?
58
Draw a Bohr model for Radium (Ra)
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Radium 1st E Level 2 2nd E Level
8 3rd E Level 18 4th E Level 32 5th
E Level 18 6th E Level 2
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And the winner is