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1 Teacher Instructions: This game is designed to help you review the curriculum with your students before an exam. As a teacher you will need to take the time to fill in the Subject titles (slide 2), Questions and Answers on all other slides. On this game there is room for 24 questions + one “Final” Review-Jeopardy question. To avoid loosing this template choose the “save as” feature under the “file” menu. Then save your new document under a different name. To reset the game (turning the numbers on the game board black again) you have to close the program and open it again. This will turn the numbers from white to black. On each Q and A slide, to return to the game board you click any where on the answer Click Here For Game Rules

2 Defining Ecosystem Producers, consumers, etc Relationship s Final Review-Jeopardy Final Review-Jeopardy Impacts

3 Q:A group of organisms that breed and produce viable offspring. A:Species

4 Q:Turning newspapers into cardboard is referred to as what? A:Recycling

5 Q: The two products of photosynthesis are: A: Oxygen and food

6 Q:What form of energy is used to drive the photosynthetic process? A:Solar

7 Q:What are the five basic needs of living things? A:Oxygen, water, food, energy, suitable living conditions.

8 Q:What percentage of energy is successfully transferred up a level in an ecosystem? A: 10%

9 Q:The ‘lost’ energy as you go up a food chain is used for: A:Carrying on daily activities

10 Q:When liquid changes to a gas, it is called: A:Evaporation

11 Q:Which of these pairs represent competition? Owl and hawkdeer and grass Mouse and foxwoodpecker and tree A:Owl and Hawk

12 Q:This term describes the introduction of a non-native species into an ecosystem. A: Bioinvasion

13 Q:An animal that is hunted by another animal is known as a A:Prey

14 Q:A relationship where one animal benefits and the other is not affected. A:Commensalism

15 Q:Any living organism that has to seek out and eat its food. A: Consumer

16 Q: Is a body part or behavior that helps a living thing survive. A:Adaptation

17 Q:The first species to arrive in an area that has no plants or animals A:Pioneer species

18 Q:Fire destroying a section of established forest is what type of succession? A:Secondary

19 Q:A leafless plant covered with spines would most likely be found where? A:In a dry region

20 Q:How is UV light prevented from reaching the earth’s surface? A:Ozone Layer

21 Q: What technology has parks Canada developed that allow for the free movement of wildlife? A: Overpasses and underpasses

22 Q:What animal in Banff still does not use the overpass? A:Wolf

23 Q: Organisms that are so rare they are in serious danger of becoming extinct. A:Endangered

24 Q:Why do living things need oxygen? A:To convert food into energy (cellular respiration)

25 Q:Why are the potatoes grown in Pemberton, BC free of disease? A:Quarantined or Isolated

26 Q:Why was DDT developed? A:To control malaria

27 Q:How many hectares are available for the ecological footprint? How many hectares do we actually use? A:1.7 ha available We use 7.7 ! Final Review-Jeopardy

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29 Game Rules (Subject to change) Divide your class into as many teams as you want (works the best with 2-5 teams). Starting on Slide 2, the team that has been chosen to start the game chooses a subject and a point value (just like T.V. Jeopardy). If the answer is correct then points are awarded. If the answer is incorrect then team to the left gets a chance to answer, and so on. Once all questions are answered then end with the “Final” Review- Jeopardy question. Each team will write the answer on a piece of paper with their final bid of points. Answers are read out loud one by one. The team with the most points wins. Click Here To Play Game


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