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Title: Welcome to the Jeopardy Game Template

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Element
Jeopardy
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Contestants
Dont Forget...
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Although they give answers in the form of
questions on the TV show, you do not need to do
game board!
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Scientific Method Variables
Potential Kinetic Energy
Wind Water Power
Renewable Nonrenewable
Thermal Energy
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200
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Scientific Method Variables for 100
What is the independent variable in this
experiment?
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Types of sweet material
Back to Game
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Scientific Method Variables for 200
What is the dependent variable in this experiment?
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How many textbooks each bag holds
Back to Game
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Scientific Method Variables for 300
Identify two constants of controlled variables in
this experiment
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Amount of sunlight, type of soil, type of
container, seed type.
Back to Game
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Scientific Method Variables for 400
Write a hypothesis for the following question.
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Back to Game
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Scientific Method Variables for 500
Write a possible hypothesis for the following
experiment question
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Back to Game
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Potential Kinetic Energy for 100
There is a skier at the top of a ski slope. The
skier has potential energy. What gives the skier
his potential energy?
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Gravity/height of ski slope
Back to Game
17
Potential Kinetic Energy for 200
A grasshopper reaches the highest point in its
jump from one plant to another. How can you
describe its energy in terms of kinetic and
potential?
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Mostly potential energy
Back to Game
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Potential Kinetic Energy for 300
A bobsled is moving at its greatest speed around
the final turn. How can you describe its kinetic
and/or potential energy?
20
Mostly kinetic energy
Back to Game
21
Potential Kinetic Energy for 400
Gordon throws a baseball into the air. It rises,
stops when it reaches its greatest height, and
then falls back to the ground. At what point is
kinetic energy converting to potential
energy?(Losing kinetic energy and gaining
potential?
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When the ball is ascending up after being thrown
Back to Game
23
Potential Kinetic Energy for 500
Which energy transformation takes place when a
peanut is lit and placed under a beaker of room
temperature water?
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Chemical energy to light and thermal energy.
Back to Game
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Thermal Energy 100
Define the term heat.
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The transfer of thermal energy from hot objects
to cold objects
Back to Game
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Thermal Energy 200
A glass of waters temperature increases after
being left in the sun. Which method of heat
transfer does this best demonstrate.
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Back to Game
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Thermal Energy 300
What distributes heat in Earths atmosphere and
waters?
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Convection currents
Science Reason Liquids and air flow and transfer
heat by warm liquids or air expand and rise while
cold liquids or air are more dense and flow to
the lower parts of oceans or atmosphere.
Back to Game
31
Thermal Energy for 400
Three friends, Joe, Kelly and Henry, are arguing
about why you feel heat from a fireplace when you
stand near it. Which friend is correct? Explain
why or why not.
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Kelly is correct because the heat you experience
is radiating out from the fireplace. Most of
the heat is convection but it is going up out of
the chimney and you cannot feel it. Conduction
only occurs when you touch something hot or your
clothes get hot from the radiant heat.
Back to Game
33
Thermal Energy for 500
Label the use of energy from the sun to the
electric guitar. Determine if it is a transfer or
transformation of energy between each type.
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• Sun to the wind is a transformation of radiant to
convection in the air.
• Wind to the windmill is a transfer of moving air
to moving a windmill.
• The windmill to electricity is a transformation
to electricity.
• Electricity to make sound is a transformation.

Back to Game
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Wind Water Power for 100
A wind turbine converts ______ energy to
electrical energy.
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Kinetic
Back to Game
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Wind Water Power for 200
The energy of wind comes from?
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solar energy evenly but energy is conducted
differently in various solids producing uneven
heating. Liquids and the atmosphere transfer the
suns energy mixing air and liquids causing
convection currents that result as wind.
Back to Game
39
Wind Water Power for 300
If you raise the height from which water is
poured onto a waterwheel, how does it affect the
spin? Why?
40
The water wheel spins faster. The spin speed
increases because the the increase in height
increases the potential energy and converts to
more kinetic energy to spin the wheel.
Back to Game
41
Wind Water Powerfor 400
Pros and cons of hydroelectric power?
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Back to Game
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Wind Water Power for 500
What are the pros and cons of wind power?
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Back to Game
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Renewable Nonrenewable Energy for 100
What are three examples of renewable energy
sources
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Solar Biomass Hydrogen Hydroelectric power Wind
power
Back to Game
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Renewable Nonrenewable Energy for 200
Wood is an example of what type of fuel?
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Biomass fuel
Back to Game
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Renewable Nonrenewable Energy for 300
The three major fossil fuels are coal, natural
gas, and ______?
50
Oil/petroleum
Back to Game
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Renewable Nonrenewable Energy for 400
What are the advantages of using solar energy to
generate electricity and the disadvantages of
using solar energy to generate electricity?
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Advantages Solar energy is renewable as the sun
will continue to radiate energy. The energy
from the sun is free. Disadvantages The solar
collector panels are expensive to install. Cost
recovery may take many years.
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Renewable Nonrenewable Energy for 500
What are the pros and cons of petroleum?
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Final Jeopardy
How many points do you want to risk?
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Final Jeopardy
Complete the Venn diagram
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Light Both Sound
Can travel through empty space Travel in waves Produced by vibrating objects
Can be reflected or refracted Cannot travel through empty space
Form of energy
Can be produced using electricity
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And the winner is