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TGI Wheel of Color Game READ ME Do NOT delete or add ANY slides in this game. You will only need to edit the question slides (8 – 27) to add your questions/answers.

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2 TGI Wheel of Color Game

3 READ ME Do NOT delete or add ANY slides in this game. You will only need to edit the question slides (8 – 27) to add your questions/answers and edit the opening slide (7) to include your game name. In slideshow mode you can enter your team/player names, save the file and your ready to play.

4 READ ME Not all of the slides in this file will play during a slideshow. The first few slides are hidden from slideshow view. Creating new questions: Starting on the Question #1 slide (8), enter your question and answer in the labeled textboxes. Questions can be entered in open-ended, multiple choice and true/false formats. See the next 3 slides (4 -6) for examples of these formats. Note: If you leave slideshow view, the scores will be reset to zero.

5 How many layers are their in the rainforest? 4 Sample Open-Ended Question Format

6 Which animal would you find in the Rain Forest? A. Dogs B. Cat C. Blue Jeaned Frog D. gold fish C. Blue Jeaned Frog Sample Multiple Question Formats

7 True or false: Humans can not live in the rainforest? False; Humans are living there and are still capable of doing so. Sample True/False Question Formats

8 Scoreboard Questions Exit Copyright © 2007 Training Games, Inc. Team Selector Start/Stop Question 1 Question 2 Question 3 Question 4 Question 5 Question 6 Question 7 Question 8 Question 9 Question 10 Question 11 Question 12 Question 13 Question 14 Question 15 Question 16 Question 17 Question 18 Question 19 Question 20 Earthquakes & Volcanoes

9 Which animal can not fly or be found in the rainforest? A. Frog B. Squirrel C. Snake D. fish D. Fish Return to Scoreboard Return to Scoreboard Show Answer Start Timer Start Timer X X

10 True or False: Our rainforest is being destroyed every second of the day? True Return to Scoreboard Return to Scoreboard Show Answer Start Timer Start Timer X X

11 Which of the following sequences correctly lists the different arrivals from first to last? A. P waves…S waves…Surface waves B. Surface waves…P waves…S Waves C. P waves…Surface waves…S waves D. S waves…P waves…Surface waves A. P waves…S waves…Surface waves Return to Scoreboard Return to Scoreboard Show Answer Start Timer Start Timer X X

12 Mt. St. Helens: A. last major eruption was in 1980 B. is part of the Cascade Range C. is located in southern Washington D. all of these D. all of these Return to Scoreboard Return to Scoreboard Show Answer Start Timer Start Timer X X

13 What causes volcanoes to erupt? A. Mid-ocean ridges B. earthquakes C. tectonic plate movement D. None of the above C. tectonic plate movement Return to Scoreboard Return to Scoreboard Show Answer Start Timer Start Timer X X

14 What kind of earthquake waves stretch and compress rocks? A. surface B. primary C. secondary D. pressure B. primary Return to Scoreboard Return to Scoreboard Show Answer Start Timer Start Timer X X

15 Which of the following can be triggered by an earthquake? A. tsunami B. intense ground shaking C. a landslide D. all of these D. all of these Return to Scoreboard Return to Scoreboard Show Answer Start Timer Start Timer X X

16 Volcanic eruptions can affect climate because: A. they heat the atmosphere B. volcanic dust and gas in the upper atmosphere reflects and absorbs solar radiation C. I told you so in class D. volcanoes have no effect on Earth’s climate B. volcanic dust and gas in the upper atmosphere reflects and absorbs solar radiation Return to Scoreboard Return to Scoreboard Show Answer Start Timer Start Timer X X

17 What is the most common type of volcano? A. Shield cone volcano B. Composite volcano C. Cinder cone volcano B. Composite volcano Return to Scoreboard Return to Scoreboard Show Answer Start Timer Start Timer X X

18 What are the slowest seismic waves? A. surface B. primary C. secondary D. pressure A. surface Return to Scoreboard Return to Scoreboard Show Answer Start Timer Start Timer X X

19 Which of the following can be triggered by an earthquake? A. tsunami B. intense ground shaking C. a landslide D. all of these D. all of these Return to Scoreboard Return to Scoreboard Show Answer Start Timer Start Timer X X

20 The Richter Scale is used to determine: A. intensity of earthquakes B. the magnitude of earthquakes C. the damage from earthquakes D. The number of casualties in an earthquake. B. the magnitude of earthquakes Return to Scoreboard Return to Scoreboard Show Answer Start Timer Start Timer X X

21 What are the three main types of volcanoes? A. Composite,Magma,and Lava B. Fire,Shield,and Cinder Cone C. Composite,Shield,and Cinder Cone C. Composite,Shield,and Cinder Cone Return to Scoreboard Return to Scoreboard Show Answer Start Timer Start Timer X X

22 The amount of ground displacement in a earthquake is called the ______. A. epicenter B. dip C. slip D. focus C. slip Return to Scoreboard Return to Scoreboard Show Answer Start Timer Start Timer X X

23 Which of the following states has a significant seismic hazard? A. California B. Tennessee C. Arkansas D. All of these D. All of these Return to Scoreboard Return to Scoreboard Show Answer Start Timer Start Timer X X

24 Which of these is NOT a common gas in magma? A. water vapor B. carbon dioxide C. sulfur dioxide D. methane D. methane Return to Scoreboard Return to Scoreboard Show Answer Start Timer Start Timer X X

25 Which planet is not known to have volcanoes? A. Venus B. Earth C. Mars D. Saturn D. Saturn Return to Scoreboard Return to Scoreboard Show Answer Start Timer Start Timer X X

26 The point where movement occurred which triggered the earthquake is the ____. A. dip B. epicenter C. focus D. strike. focus Return to Scoreboard Return to Scoreboard Show Answer Start Timer Start Timer X X

27 Magma is: A. melted rock B. the source of all igneous rocks C. the reason volcanoes form D. all of these D. all of these Return to Scoreboard Return to Scoreboard Show Answer Start Timer Start Timer X X

28 What is the Ring of Fire? A. A chain of strato-volcanoes in the Atlantic Ocean B. A chain of strato-volcanoes in the Pacific Ocean C. A chain of strato-volcanoes in Asia B. A chain of strato-volcanoes in the Pacific Ocean Return to Scoreboard Return to Scoreboard Show Answer Start Timer Start Timer X X

29 Rules or Notes Return to Scoreboard Return to Scoreboard

30 Exit Exiting this slideshow will reset all of the current scores. If you want to exit and later resume this game, go to the Scoreboard and record all of the scores so they can be restored when the slideshow is restarted. Copyright © 2007 Training Games, Inc. Return Exit


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