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2 Jeopardy $100 Sustainability vs. Survival Food and Survival Temperature and Survival Movement of Energy Story Questions $200 $300 $400 $500 $400 $300 $200 $100 $500 $400 $300 $200 $100 $500 $400 $300 $200 $100 $500 $400 $300 $200 $100 Final Jeopardy Final Jeopardy

3 1 - $100 What three things does an organism need in order to live? What three things does an organism need in order to live? Food Food Water Water Shelter Shelter

4 1 - $200 Sustainability is similar to survival in that we are trying to keep ourselves alive by making sure we have food, water, and shelter. Sustainability is similar to survival in that we are trying to keep ourselves alive by making sure we have food, water, and shelter. Describe how sustainability is similar to survival. Describe how sustainability is similar to survival.

5 1 - $300 Describe how sustainability is different from survival. Describe how sustainability is different from survival. Sustainability is more about preserving what we have for the future. Sustainability involves longer periods of time – 100s of years vs. days to months of time. This involves thinking about the environment and the impact various things can have on that environment. Sustainability is more about preserving what we have for the future. Sustainability involves longer periods of time – 100s of years vs. days to months of time. This involves thinking about the environment and the impact various things can have on that environment.

6 1 - $400 What are the following examples of? What are the following examples of? 1. A person driving an electric car. 2. A person planting their own edible garden 3. A person riding their bike to school. 4. Recycling old materials. Ways that you can live more sustainably. Ways that you can live more sustainably.

7 1 - $500 What can we conclude from the following statement? What can we conclude from the following statement? Not every environment is the same. In any particular environment, it’s going to require different things of us – in a dry environment, we are going to need to be able to find water, in a cold environment, we are going to need to be able to find a way to stay warm. What we need to survive depends on our environment. What we need to survive depends on our environment.

8 2 - $100 What does food give us and where does food come from? What does food give us and where does food come from? Food gives us energy. This energy is used to move, think, and be alive. Food gives us energy. This energy is used to move, think, and be alive. Food comes from anything that we can digest. Food takes different shapes based on the organism, and, for humans, culture. Food comes from anything that we can digest. Food takes different shapes based on the organism, and, for humans, culture.

9 2 - $200 Phytoplankton Phytoplankton What is an organism at the very bottom of the oceanic ecosystem that absorbs light and creates complex sugars? What is an organism at the very bottom of the oceanic ecosystem that absorbs light and creates complex sugars?

10 2 - $300 Which direction do the arrows point in a food web? Give an example. Which direction do the arrows point in a food web? Give an example. Arrows point towards where the energy is going. Arrows point towards where the energy is going. An arrow would go from a fish and point towards a bear. An arrow would go from a fish and point towards a bear.

11 2 - $400 What percentage of energy is transferred to the next trophic level. What percentage of energy is transferred to the next trophic level percent of energy is transferred from one trophic level to the next percent of energy is transferred from one trophic level to the next. Bonus question: What is a trophic level? Bonus question: What is a trophic level?

12 2 - $500 What do organisms in a food web have to do with sustainability? What do organisms in a food web have to do with sustainability? Sustainability is about making sure we preserve the present for the future – we can’t know what to preserve or how to preserve it if we don’t know what the relationships are in the food web. Sustainability is about making sure we preserve the present for the future – we can’t know what to preserve or how to preserve it if we don’t know what the relationships are in the food web.

13 3 - $100 A single-celled organism that eats sugar and makes bread rise. A single-celled organism that eats sugar and makes bread rise. Yeast Yeast

14 3 - $200 There are only one of these variables in an experiment. There are only one of these variables in an experiment. Manipulated Variable Manipulated Variable

15 3 - $300 What type of data uses only numbers? What type of data uses only numbers? Quantitative Data Quantitative Data

16 3 - $400 What are three things that are necessary in an energy flow diagram? What are three things that are necessary in an energy flow diagram? Labels Labels Arrows Arrows Title Title Relationships Relationships

17 3 - $500 Which scientific law means that: Which scientific law means that: High energy molecules will move towards areas with low energy molecules The Second Law of Thermodynamics The Second Law of Thermodynamics

18 4 - $100 What is the specific heat of water? What is the specific heat of water? 1 cal/g( 1 cal/g(°C) Or 4.2 Joule/g( Or 4.2 Joule/g(°C) Challenge question: When we compare this to our data we obtained in 4.2 about the specific heat of metals, plastic, and tile, is water’s specific heat high? Challenge question: When we compare this to our data we obtained in 4.2 about the specific heat of metals, plastic, and tile, is water’s specific heat high?

19 4 - $200 What concept does the following refer to? What concept does the following refer to? The amount of energy required to increase the temperature of 1 gram of a material by 1 The amount of energy required to increase the temperature of 1 gram of a material by 1°C. Specific Heat Specific Heat Challenge question: Why is specific heat important? Challenge question: Why is specific heat important?

20 4 - $300 What device did we use in labs during this unit that attempts to create a closed system? What device did we use in labs during this unit that attempts to create a closed system? A calorimeter. A calorimeter.

21 4 - $400 What are the two types of mechanical energy? What are the two types of mechanical energy? Potential Energy – stored energy due to position Potential Energy – stored energy due to position Kinetic energy – energy from movement Kinetic energy – energy from movement

22 4 - $500 If something has a low specific heat give an example of when we would want to use that material. If something has a low specific heat give an example of when we would want to use that material. Something with low specific heat transfers energy quickly. Something with low specific heat transfers energy quickly. If we wanted to move heat along a specific route quickly, we would want something with a low specific heat. If we wanted to move heat along a specific route quickly, we would want something with a low specific heat. If we wanted something to cool down quickly, we would want something with a low specific heat. If we wanted something to cool down quickly, we would want something with a low specific heat. If we wanted to use less energy to warm something up, we would use something with a low specific heat. If we wanted to use less energy to warm something up, we would use something with a low specific heat.

23 5 - $100 Russell Wilson works hard everyday. To make sure he has the energy he needs to continue to play well, what does he need? Russell Wilson works hard everyday. To make sure he has the energy he needs to continue to play well, what does he need? Russell Wilson needs food. Food in any form gives energy (measured by calories or Joules). Russell Wilson needs food. Food in any form gives energy (measured by calories or Joules).

24 5 - $200 Shrek is having trouble finding enough rabbits to eat. What might we need to construct in order to figure out the relationships of the organisms in Shrek’s environment so we can attempt to help preserve the bunnies so that Shrek can continue to eat them? Shrek is having trouble finding enough rabbits to eat. What might we need to construct in order to figure out the relationships of the organisms in Shrek’s environment so we can attempt to help preserve the bunnies so that Shrek can continue to eat them? A food web. A food web.

25 5 - $300 Snow White is collecting data about the types of birds in her area. She is counting the different types and she is keeping track of the usual health issues that type of bird tends to have (beak issues, wing issues, etc.) What type/s of data is she gathering? Snow White is collecting data about the types of birds in her area. She is counting the different types and she is keeping track of the usual health issues that type of bird tends to have (beak issues, wing issues, etc.) What type/s of data is she gathering? She is gathering both Qualitative and Quantitative data because she is taking down notes of the physical condition of the birds as well as the numbers and types of birds. She is gathering both Qualitative and Quantitative data because she is taking down notes of the physical condition of the birds as well as the numbers and types of birds.

26 5 - $400 Katniss Everdeen is trying to stay warm, but is beginning to get hypothermic. Which law could help her guess where the heat is moving to in this small, enclosed arena? Katniss Everdeen is trying to stay warm, but is beginning to get hypothermic. Which law could help her guess where the heat is moving to in this small, enclosed arena? The Second Law of Thermodynamics – high energy moves to low energy areas. The Second Law of Thermodynamics – high energy moves to low energy areas.

27 5 - $500 Harry Potter feels that his wand warms up too quickly when it connects with Voldemort’s wand. Using what you know about specific heat, should he change the materials in his wand so they have a high or low specific heat? Harry Potter feels that his wand warms up too quickly when it connects with Voldemort’s wand. Using what you know about specific heat, should he change the materials in his wand so they have a high or low specific heat? Harry wants to change the materials in his wand so they have a high specific heat – this means that it takes more energy to warm his wand and his hand up. Harry wants to change the materials in his wand so they have a high specific heat – this means that it takes more energy to warm his wand and his hand up.

28 Final Jeopardy Find the specific heat of iron in the following equation: Find the specific heat of iron in the following equation: 50g x 20 = 100g x g x 20°C x Cp (iron) = 100g x 1.2°C x 1 cal/g(°C) Cp (iron) = 1.2 cal/g(°C)


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