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What wants to be a Ten thousand-aire?. 1$1001 2$2002 3$5003 4$10004 6$30006 7$40007 8$50008 9$60009 11$800011 12$900012 13$9001.7513 14$999914 5$20005.

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Presentation on theme: "What wants to be a Ten thousand-aire?. 1$1001 2$2002 3$5003 4$10004 6$30006 7$40007 8$50008 9$60009 11$800011 12$900012 13$9001.7513 14$999914 5$20005."— Presentation transcript:

1 What wants to be a Ten thousand-aire?

2 1$1001 2$2002 3$5003 4$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $10,00015

3 Alberta A. Which province has the most petroleum reserves in Canada? Saskatchewan B. Quebec C. Ontario D.

4 Coal A. The majority of Alberta’s electricity is produced by burning this … Manure B. Wood/wood waste C. Diesel D.

5 Flat land A. On top of it being windy, what specific feature of southern Alberta makes wind power a good idea? Near the Rocky Mtns. B. Absence of coal C. Nice people D.

6 Bitumen A. Oil sand is a combination of sand, water and…? Natural Gas B. Gasoline C. Bismuth D.

7 Too far north A. Which of the following is an actual hindrance to more use of solar energy to make electricity in Alberta? Too cold B. Alison Redford (for some reason) C. High upfront cost D.

8 1,000,000 A. In 2012, how many people were directly employed in the oil and gas industry in Alberta? 16,000 B. 160,000 C. Impossible to count D.

9 30 A. Modern wind turbines produce 1.8 MW of power. This is enough to power about _____ homes. 300 B. 1.8 million C. It’s not enough to power even one D.

10 Most of Alberta’s coal goes to China A. Which of the following is true? Nuclear energy is coming soon to AB B. Most of AB’s oil sands will not be mined C. Solar energy is kept down by ‘The Man’ D.

11 No difference A. What is the difference between weather and climate? Weather = science; Climate = fear mongering B. Weather = natural; Climate = human-caused C. Climate = what you expect; Weather = what you get. D.

12 Peak power A. A technical limitation for wind power is that it can‘t provide: Cheap electricity B. Base load power C. Home heating D.

13 Diesel A. Each of the following can be used to power vehicles. Which burns the ‘cleanest’? Propane B. Natural gas C. Gasoline D.

14 LANGUAGE!! A. What is fracking? Studying porous rock B. Slang for ‘drilling’ C. Using water (etc.) to fracture rock D.

15 Weather A. A seismic survey involves the study of…? Age of the home B. Soil characteristics C. Construction of the home D.

16 Calgary A. In what Alberta community is a commercial solar energy project being built? Fort McMurray B. Medicine Hat C. Lethbridge D.

17 Radon A. Next to a summer heat-wave, when does Alberta consume the most electricity? Argon B. Fluorine C. Krypton D.

18 End of Game Instructions & answer slides follow

19 Instructions ICONS: –? Takes you to the answer slide –Star Takes you from the answer slide to the radon reduction level slide –House Takes you back to the Radon Reduction Level Board If using the game for another person or another class, close the game and re-open it (this is to reset the links on the game board back to orange). 1)Start on slide #1. 2)Proceed to slide #2 (Radon Reduction Level Board) by advancing the slide (click the mouse or press the forward arrow key). 3)Begin by pressing the bottom of the slide. This will bring you to the 1 st questions. 4)Read the question and answers aloud. 5)Have the student provide an answer or choose a lifeline (see next slide for details on lifelines). 6)Once you have an answer, click on the ? in the right bottom corner. The answer will be highlighted by a green box. 7)To see the Radon Reduction Level completed press the star in the left bottom corner. 8)On the Radon Reduction Level slide, press the home button in the right bottom corner. 9)This brings you back to slide #2 (Radon Reduction Level Board) where you choose the next question from the list. 10)Repeat for questions 2 through 15.

20 Setting up Game The 50:50 lifeline can be used to narrow down the answers to two. Clicking on the 50:50 icon on the question slide will eliminate two of the answers. From there, continue like you would on the regular question slide (from Step #6 on previous slide). The Phone-a-Friend lifeline can be used to ask one other student to help out. Clicking on the Phone-a-Friend lifeline icon will link to a 30-second timer slide. The timer will begin on a mouse-click, and will count down to zero. Once the slide reaches zero, clicking on the curved arrow icon will return to the previous slide (the question slide). USAGE NOTE: the question and answers are not visible during the clock countdown, and returning to the question slide before the clock finishes will reset the clock. The Ask-the-Audience lifeline can be used to ask the entire class, who gives their votes for the correct answer by letter. Clicking on the Ask-the-Audience lifeline icon will link to a chart slide. Clicking on the chart will open Microsoft Excel; click on the “Enter Scores Here” tab to enter the class votes for each answer, then click on the “Chart” tab so the chart will be visible. Go to the File menu and choose Close and Return… to return to the slide show. Clicking on the curved arrow icon will return to the previous slide (the question slide).

21 Alberta A. Which province has the most petroleum reserves in Canada? Saskatchewan B. Quebec C. Ontario D.

22 Coal A. A majority of Alberta’s electricity is produced by burning this … Manure B. Wood/wood waste C. Diesel D.

23 Flat land A. On top of it being windy, what specific feature of southern Alberta makes wind power a good idea? Near the Rocky Mtns. B. Absence of coal C. Nice people D.

24 Bitumen A. Oil sand is a combination of sand, water and…? Gasoline B. Natural Gas C. Bismuth D.

25 Too far north A. Which of the following is an actual hindrance to more use of solar energy to make electricity in Alberta? Too cold B. Alison Redford (for some reason) C. High upfront cost D.

26 1,000,000 A. In 2012, how many people were directly employed in the oil and gas industry in Alberta? 16,000 B. 160,000 C. Impossible to count D.

27 30 A. Modern wind turbines produce 1.8 MW of power. This is enough to power about _____ homes. 300 B. 1.8 million C. It’s not enough to power even one D.

28 Most of Alberta’s coal goes to China A. Which of the following is true? Nuclear energy is coming soon to AB B. Most of AB’s oil sands will not be mined C. Solar energy is kept down by ‘The Man’ D.

29 No difference A. What is the difference between weather and climate? Weather = science; Climate = fear mongering B. Weather = natural; Climate = human caused C. Climate = what you expect; Weather = what you get. D.

30 Peak power A. A technical limitation for wind power is that it can‘t provide: Cheap electricity B. Base load power C. Home heating D.

31 Diesel A. Each of the following can be used to power vehicles. Which burns the ‘cleanest’? Propane B. Natural gas C. Gasoline D.

32 LANGUAGE!! A. What is fracking? Studying porous rock B. Slang for ‘drilling’ C. Using water (etc.) to fracture rock D.

33 Oil wells A. A seismic survey involves the study of…? B. Coal mines C. ‘Seis’ doesn’t matter D. Sound waves

34 Calgary A. In what Alberta community is a commercial solar energy project being built? Fort McMurray B. Medicine Hat C. Lethbridge D.

35 Calgary Stampede A. Next to a summer heat-wave, when does Alberta consume the most electricity? First day of school B. Around Christmas C. During Superbowl half-time show D.

36 50-50 Lifeline Slides

37 Alberta A. Which province has the most petroleum reserves in Canada? B. Quebec C.D.

38 Coal A. The majority of Alberta’s electricity is produced by burning this … Manure B. C.D.

39 Flat land A. On top of it being windy, what specific feature of southern Alberta makes wind power a good idea? Near the Rocky Mtns. B. C.D.

40 Bitumen A. Oil sand is a combination of sand, water and…? Gasoline B. C.D.

41 A. Which of the following is an actual hindrance to more use of solar energy to make electricity in Alberta? B. Alison Redford (for some reason) C. High upfront cost D.

42 1,000,000 A. In 2012, how many people were directly employed in the oil and gas industry in Alberta? B. 160,000 C.D.

43 A. Modern wind turbines produce 1.8 MW of power. This is enough to power about _____ homes. 300 B. 1.8 million C.D.

44 A. Which of the following is true? B. Most of AB’s oil sands will not be mined C. Solar energy is kept down by ‘The Man’ D.

45 A. What is the difference between weather and climate? Weather = science; Climate = fear mongering B. C. Climate = what you expect; Weather = what you get. D.

46 A. A technical limitation for wind power is that it can‘t provide: Cheap electricity B. Base load power C.D.

47 Diesel A. Each of the following can be used to power vehicles. Which burns the ‘cleanest’? B. Natural gas C.D.

48 A. What is fracking? B. Slang for ‘drilling’ C. Using water (etc.) to fracture rock D.

49 A. A seismic survey involves the study of…? Sound waves B. Coal mines C.D.

50 Calgary A. In what Alberta community is a commercial solar energy project being built? B. Medicine Hat C.D.

51 A. Next to a summer heat-wave, when does Alberta consume the most electricity? B. Around Christmas C. During Superbowl half-time show D.

52 $100

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54 $500

55 $1000

56 $2000

57 $3000

58 $4000

59 $5000

60 $6000

61 $7000

62 $8000

63 $9000

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65 $9999

66 $10,000

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