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Jeopardy Characters Plot Potpourri Symbols Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy
$100 Question Why does Paul feel left out from his family?
$100 Answer His mom and dad pay more attention to Erik. He is not part of the EFFD.
$200 Question Why did the family fabricate a story regarding Pauls eyes?
$200 Answer His parents didnt want Paul to hate his brother.
$300 Question Why did Joey take off Mikes shoes?
$300 Answer Mike was always more comfortable when his shoes were off.
$400 Question Why was Mrs. Fisher upset about the house with a different mailbox?
$400 Answer She grew up in a military family that moved around a lot, she is finally proud of her home.
$500 Question Why does Shandra not want to be photographed?
$500 Answer Her brother plays for the Lake Windsor Downs football team
$100 Question Why did Paul transfer to Tangerine Middle School?
$100 Answer from H2 A sinkhole swallowed the middle school campus. The students were given the chance to transfer or stay with the split schedule
$200 Question Why was Paul kicked off the Lake Windsor Downs soccer team?
$200 Answer Because of his IEP, the school would not carry insurance on him.
$300 Question Why can the muck fire not be extinguished?
$300 Answer Lightning continuously strikes the lignite in the ground.
$400 Question Why did Paul want to help fight the freeze?
$400 Answer He loves the smell of tangerines and he is a War Eagle.
$500 Question How did the sinkhole happen and how is Charlie Burns involved?
$500 Answer He didnt force builders to have permits therefore the excess rain run-off developed a cavern underground?
$100 Question What was Joeys nickname?
$100 Answer Charlie the Tuna
$200 Question Why were the koi disappearing?
$200 Answer The osprey were stealing them.
$300 Question What was Mikes nickname and how did he get it?
$300 Answer Mohawk Man. Erik and Arthur gave it to him after he was killed & his hair looked like a mohawk.
$400 Question What is the secret with Vincent Castor?
$400 Answer The spray painted Pauls eyes back in Silver Meadows
$500 Question What made Paul realize he has a connection with Luis?
$500 Answer He realized theyre both handicapped goalies
$100 Question Which characters fought the freeze?
$100 Answer Paul, Luis, uncle, Tino, Henry D, Theresa
$200 Question List three items that Erik and Arthur stole
$200 Answer Rolex watch, diamond ring, pearls
$300 Question How many floors does Tangerine have? Why is that symbolic?
$300 Answer Three. Paul has room to grow in Tangerine Middle School
$400 Question What conflict occurred at the Wonders of the World Exhibit?
$400 Answer The Tangerine soccer team karate kicked and ruined the exhibit
$500 Question How is Lake Windsor Downs a façade?
$500 Answer The town covers up all of the problems that exist.
$100 Question Pauls glasses
$100 Answer The ability to see reality. Being able to see what others cannot see
$200 Question Koi
$200 Answer The truth adults cant see or choose not to see
$300 Question Storage key
$300 Answer Locking away the reality of our lives
$400 Question The Golden Dawn Tangerine
$400 Answer Pauls new self and a bright future ahead of him
$500 Question Muckfire
$500 Answer A secret burning in Pauls family. Some problems can never be solved
Final Jeopardy On your white board, identify the significance of the following quote, The truth shall set you free.
Final Jeopardy Answer Antoine Thomas told Paul to tell the truth about Erik similar to himself telling the truth about his home.
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