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2 Waste Not Jeopardy Game Brightwater Edukit 2003 Saskatchewan Waste Reduction Council1 Waste Not Jeopardy Game After reading the instructions, click anywhere to begin the game. How to use this game 1. This game is intended for edu-tainment. You can use it for preparing students to discuss waste management issues or as a review of some basic information. To leave the game at anytime, press the Esc button on your keyboard. 2. When playing the game, it is important to remember to click on the answer you think is most correct. If you click on the graphic you will be returned to the game screen. If you click elsewhere you will be shown the next question. After you have seen the slide Yes or Sorry, click on the graphic to return to the game screen. Answers are found on slide # The game can be played individually or by the class using a data projector and screen. 4. You are welcome to copy the material for classroom use. 5. Suggested variations: - Print out the slides. Make a bulletin board display with strings and have students match the question to the answer. - Provide noise makers for the students to buzz in to answer. If a student or team answers incorrectly, the next team to buzz in can have a chance to answer. - Take a paper copy of the slides with you to the Brightwater Science and Environmental Centre camp. During the evening, divide the class into three or four teams and challenge them with the questions. 6. There are many resources on the web to help you build your own Jeopardy Games. Have fun! © This slide show is not to be reproduced for commercial purposes. It may be reproduced for classroom purposes by the staff and students of the Saskatoon Public School Division or the Saskatchewan Waste Reduction Council.

3 Waste Not Jeopardy Game Brightwater Edukit 2003 Saskatchewan Waste Reduction Council2 General 100 Compost Plastic / Glass Metals Products Paper

4 Waste Not Jeopardy Game Brightwater Edukit 2003 Saskatchewan Waste Reduction Council3 A place where unwanted material is deposited. a.What is a gravel pit?What is a gravel pit? b.What is a landfill?What is a landfill? c.What is a vault?What is a vault?

5 Waste Not Jeopardy Game Brightwater Edukit 2003 Saskatchewan Waste Reduction Council4 Vegetable peelings mixed with dried leaves, water, air and soil in a heap.Vegetable peelings mixed with dried leaves, water, air and soil in a heap. a.What is outdoor pie?What is outdoor pie? b.What is a mouse nest?What is a mouse nest? c.What is a compost pile?What is a compost pile?

6 Waste Not Jeopardy Game Brightwater Edukit 2003 Saskatchewan Waste Reduction Council5 Carpets, upholstery and fleece sweaters are made from this recycled material. a.What are tree fibres?What are tree fibres? b.What are plastic pop bottles?What are plastic pop bottles? c.What is dried paint ?What is dried paint ?

7 Waste Not Jeopardy Game Brightwater Edukit 2003 Saskatchewan Waste Reduction Council6 A lightweight metal often made into beverage containers. a.What is tin foil?What is tin foil? b.What is aluminum?What is aluminum? c.What is steel?What is steel?

8 Waste Not Jeopardy Game Brightwater Edukit 2003 Saskatchewan Waste Reduction Council7 Known as the Three Rs. a.What are Reduce, Reuse, Recycle?What are Reduce, Reuse, Recycle? b.What are Rosetown, Regina, Rosthern?What are Rosetown, Regina, Rosthern? c.What are Radishes, Rhubarb, & Rutabaga?What are Radishes, Rhubarb, & Rutabaga?

9 Waste Not Jeopardy Game Brightwater Edukit 2003 Saskatchewan Waste Reduction Council8 Makes up about 1/3 of the total waste stream, similar to the portion created by kitchen and yard waste. a.What is plastic?What is plastic? b.What is paper?What is paper? c.What is glass?What is glass?

10 Waste Not Jeopardy Game Brightwater Edukit 2003 Saskatchewan Waste Reduction Council9 Anything that is no longer wanted, used or needed. a.What is compost?What is compost? b.What can be recycled?What can be recycled? c.What is garbage or waste?What is garbage or waste?

11 Waste Not Jeopardy Game Brightwater Edukit 2003 Saskatchewan Waste Reduction Council10 These microscopic organisms do the work of breaking down plant and animal material. a.What are fungi?What are fungi? b.What are bacteria?What are bacteria? c.What are algae?What are algae?

12 Waste Not Jeopardy Game Brightwater Edukit 2003 Saskatchewan Waste Reduction Council11 The number in the triangle on plastic containers. a.What is the plastic classification code?What is the plastic classification code? b.What is the Customer Care Help Number?What is the Customer Care Help Number? c.What is the number of times the container has been recycled?What is the number of times the container has been recycled?

13 Waste Not Jeopardy Game Brightwater Edukit 2003 Saskatchewan Waste Reduction Council12 Scrap vehicles, farm machinery and tin cans have this in common. a.What is modern art / sculpture?What is modern art / sculpture? b.What is discarded or abandoned as worthless?What is discarded or abandoned as worthless? c.What is made from steel?What is made from steel?

14 Waste Not Jeopardy Game Brightwater Edukit 2003 Saskatchewan Waste Reduction Council13 Choosing not to buy something. a.What is refuse?What is refuse? b.What is an alien?What is an alien? c.What is a merchant?What is a merchant?

15 Waste Not Jeopardy Game Brightwater Edukit 2003 Saskatchewan Waste Reduction Council14 Paper that is used and made into new paper. a.What is a newsprint?What is a newsprint? b.What is post-consumer paper?What is post-consumer paper? c.What is rice paper?What is rice paper?

16 Waste Not Jeopardy Game Brightwater Edukit 2003 Saskatchewan Waste Reduction Council15 One persons actions influencing another persons actions so that eventually a great number of people are doing the same thing. a.What are copycats?What are copycats? b.What is a politician?What is a politician? c.What is the power of one?What is the power of one?

17 Waste Not Jeopardy Game Brightwater Edukit 2003 Saskatchewan Waste Reduction Council16 Using red wiggler worms to make compost. a.What is vermicomposting?What is vermicomposting? b.What is backyard composting?What is backyard composting? c.What is worm slavery?What is worm slavery?

18 Waste Not Jeopardy Game Brightwater Edukit 2003 Saskatchewan Waste Reduction Council17 It takes five 2-litre pop bottles (mixed with cotton) to make one of these.It takes five 2-litre pop bottles (mixed with cotton) to make one of these. a.What are bowling pins?What are bowling pins? b. What is a recycled bird feeder? What is a recycled bird feeder? c.What is an extra large shirt?What is an extra large shirt?

19 Waste Not Jeopardy Game Brightwater Edukit 2003 Saskatchewan Waste Reduction Council18 Uses only 5% of the electricity needed to make a new aluminum can. a.What is a recycled aluminum can?What is a recycled aluminum can? b.What is a smelter?What is a smelter? c.What is an electric arc furnace?What is an electric arc furnace?

20 Waste Not Jeopardy Game Brightwater Edukit 2003 Saskatchewan Waste Reduction Council19 Material found on outdoor playgrounds, not made of sand, but still a safe place to land. a.What is crushed glass?What is crushed glass? b.What is tire crumb?What is tire crumb? c.What is foam?What is foam?

21 Waste Not Jeopardy Game Brightwater Edukit 2003 Saskatchewan Waste Reduction Council20 Retailers estimate that 85 –90% of their waste stream is made up of this type of shipping box. a.What is box board?What is box board? b.What is corrugated cardboard?What is corrugated cardboard? c.What is a gaylord container?What is a gaylord container?

22 Waste Not Jeopardy Game Brightwater Edukit 2003 Saskatchewan Waste Reduction Council21 Grass cut to a height of 2 – 3 and clippings left on the lawn. a.What is a thatch layer?What is a thatch layer? b.What is an organic lawn?What is an organic lawn? c.What is grasscycling?What is grasscycling?

23 Waste Not Jeopardy Game Brightwater Edukit 2003 Saskatchewan Waste Reduction Council22 Humus is another word for this material. a.What is the decayed organic part of soil?What is the decayed organic part of soil? b.What is a chick pea bean dip?What is a chick pea bean dip? c.What is the sedimentary layer?What is the sedimentary layer?

24 Waste Not Jeopardy Game Brightwater Edukit 2003 Saskatchewan Waste Reduction Council23 Heated sand mixed with chemicals such as soda ash or limestone. a.What is glass?What is glass? b.What is sodium bicarbonate?What is sodium bicarbonate? c.What is asphalt?What is asphalt?

25 Waste Not Jeopardy Game Brightwater Edukit 2003 Saskatchewan Waste Reduction Council24 Saves 1247 kgs of iron ore, 698 kgs of coal and 60 kgs of limestone from being made into new steel. a.What is 5 tonnes of recycled steel?What is 5 tonnes of recycled steel? b.What is 1 tonne of recycled steel?What is 1 tonne of recycled steel? c.What is 1400 kgs of cast iron?What is 1400 kgs of cast iron?

26 Waste Not Jeopardy Game Brightwater Edukit 2003 Saskatchewan Waste Reduction Council25 The production of asphalt roads and highways are made from this product. a.What is used oil?What is used oil? b.What are asphalt shingles?What are asphalt shingles? c.What is bric-a-brac?What is bric-a-brac?

27 Waste Not Jeopardy Game Brightwater Edukit 2003 Saskatchewan Waste Reduction Council26 The ground-up, moist cellulous material used to make paper. a.What is pulp?What is pulp? b.What is mush?What is mush? c.What is Betula papyrifera?What is Betula papyrifera?

28 Waste Not Jeopardy Game Brightwater Edukit 2003 Saskatchewan Waste Reduction Council27 Polyethylene teraphthalate a.What is a dangerous pesticide?What is a dangerous pesticide? b.What is beverage container plastic?What is beverage container plastic? c.What is recycling residue?What is recycling residue?

29 Waste Not Jeopardy Game Brightwater Edukit 2003 Saskatchewan Waste Reduction Council28 Missing in a compost pile that has gone anaerobichas gone anaerobic. a.What is oxygen?What is oxygen? b.What is bacteria?What is bacteria? c.What is nitrogen?What is nitrogen?

30 Waste Not Jeopardy Game Brightwater Edukit 2003 Saskatchewan Waste Reduction Council29 Crushed glass used in making new glass or glass products such as fibreglass or beads in highway paint. a.What is cullet?What is cullet? b.What is abrasive paint?What is abrasive paint? c.What are filings?What are filings?

31 Waste Not Jeopardy Game Brightwater Edukit 2003 Saskatchewan Waste Reduction Council30 Electric arc furnaces can use this amount of scrap metal to make new steel. a.What is 100%?What is 100%? b.What is 50%?What is 50%? c.What is 25%?What is 25%?

32 Waste Not Jeopardy Game Brightwater Edukit 2003 Saskatchewan Waste Reduction Council31 The growing mounds of discarded computers and televisions. a.What is e-waste?What is e-waste? b.What is c-t waste?What is c-t waste? c.What is an electronic landfill?What is an electronic landfill?

33 Waste Not Jeopardy Game Brightwater Edukit 2003 Saskatchewan Waste Reduction Council32 You save one tonne of paper, representing about 17 trees, by recycling this. a.What is 20,964 paper tissue boxes?What is 20,964 paper tissue boxes? b.What is a 20,964 appliance boxes?What is a 20,964 appliance boxes? c.What is 4,351 daily newspapers?What is 4,351 daily newspapers?

34 (3) Landfill or Dump (4) Compost (5)Recycled PETE plastic (#1 pop bottles) can be made into carpets, clothing and upholstery (6) Aluminum Can (tin cans are not as light weight) (7) Reduce Reuse Recycle (8) Paper (9) Waste includes garbage, reusable and recyclable material. (10) Bacteria (11) Plastic Classification Code or 1,2,3,4,5,6,7 (12) Steel (13) Refuse (14) Post-consumer paper (15) Power of One (16) Vermicomposting (17) X-large shirt (50% fortrel ecospun, 50% cotton) (18) Recycled aluminum can (19) Crumb rubber made from vehicle tires (Canada). Crushed glass (New Zealand) (20) Corrugated cardboard (OCC) (21) Grasscycling (22) Decayed organic (plant and animal) part of soil. (23) Glass (24) 1 tonne (1000 kg) Recycled steel (25) Recycled oil is used in the boilers that make road asphalt in Sask. Asphalt shingles are used to make road asphalt elsewhere. (26) Pulp (27)Beverage container plastic is made from polyethylene teraphthalate (pete) (28) Oxygen can be stirred into an anaerobic pile to encourage aerobic bacterial action. (29) Cullet (30) 100 % - electric arc furnaces only accept scrap steel (31) Electronic waste (e-waste) (32) 20,964 paper tissue boxes Or 4,351 daily newspapers.

35 Waste Not Jeopardy Game Brightwater Edukit 2003 Saskatchewan Waste Reduction Council34 Yes, youre right!

36 Waste Not Jeopardy Game Brightwater Edukit 2003 Saskatchewan Waste Reduction Council35 Sorry, incorrect answer.


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