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2 Copyrighted © 2007 Training Games, Inc. TGI PERIL Game TGI PERIL Game

3 Copyrighted © 2007 Training Games, Inc. READ ME Do NOT delete or add slides in this game. Not all of the slides in this file will play during a slideshow. The first eight slides are hidden from slideshow view and include game instructions and sample question formats. Note: If you leave slideshow view, the scores will be reset to zero.

4 Copyrighted © 2007 Training Games, Inc. READ ME Creating new questions: Edit the question slides to add your questions and answers (Slides 11 – 35). Beginning on the first question slide, enter your question and answer in the labeled textboxes. Repeat these steps until you have entered all of the game questions. Sample Question Formats – Slides 6, 7,&8 Question slides are presented in category order Category 1 = slides 11 – 15, Category 2 = Slides 16 – 20 etc.

5 Copyrighted © 2007 Training Games, Inc. READ ME Other Game Edits: Edit the opening slides (Slides 9 & 10) to include your game and category names. You can also edit the Rules (Slide 36) and Scoreboard (Slide 38) slides. Save the file and your ready to play. If you are using PowerPoint 2007, you should also save it as a.PPTX format to take advantage of all of the features of the new version of PowerPoint. Using Game Buttons: From the Peril Board screen, click on a value of one of the category buttons. After the answer has been revealed, click on Return to Game to continue or the Post Score button to record a team’s score. If you are using the Random Team Selector, click once to START, and one time to STOP in order to select the next team to answer. Ending the Game: When all questions have been used, click the End Game button to start the End Game sequence. To reset the board, exit and reopen this PowerPoint file.

6 Copyrighted © 2007 Training Games, Inc. ADDING OTHER FILES TO A QUESTION Title Opens any other file on your computer. Opens another PowerPoint. Save this file as a PPS to have it open in Slideshow mode. Opens a Website if connected to the internet. You can add another PPS, an other file or a URL to a particular question. On the button labeled Title, right click and select Action Settings… Select “Hyperlink to” and the type of application you wish to open. When copied & pasted to a question slide, this button will start the selected file. Edit “Title” to change button name.

7 Copyrighted © 2007 Training Games, Inc. What is the third planet from the sun? Earth Sample Open-Ended Question Format

8 Copyrighted © 2007 Training Games, Inc. What is the third planet from the sun? A. Mercury B. Venus C. Mars D. Earth E. Saturn D. Earth Sample Multiple Choice Question Formats

9 Copyrighted © 2007 Training Games, Inc. The third planet from the sun is Earth. TRUE OR FALSE TRUE Sample True/False Question Formats

10 Copyrighted © 2007 Training Games, Inc. The Categories are: PoetryAcrostic Start Game Diamante Sonnet Ode

11 Copyrighted © 2007 Training Games, Inc PoetrySonnet Diamante Ode Acrostic The Word Board Game RulesEnd GamePost Score X X

12 Copyrighted © 2007 Training Games, Inc. Group 1 – Group 1 – How many syllables are in a haiku? A. 7 B. 10 C. 17 D. 27 Group 1- Group 1- C. 17 Correct AnswerReturn to GamePost Score Start Timer Start Timer X X

13 Copyrighted © 2007 Training Games, Inc. Group 1 - Group 1 - Which of the following does a Limerick poem not include? A. Metaphor B. Simile C. Hyperbole D. Bold Text Group 1 – Group 1 – D. Bold Text Correct AnswerReturn to GamePost Score Start Timer Start Timer X X

14 Copyrighted © 2007 Training Games, Inc. Group 1 - Group 1 - Which of the following is the shape of a diamante poem? A. diamond B. square C. rectangle D. circle Group 1 - Group 1 - A. Diamond Correct AnswerReturn to GamePost Score Start Timer Start Timer X X

15 Copyrighted © 2007 Training Games, Inc. Group 1 – How many lines is a sonnet? A. 5 B. 10 C.15 D. 20 Group 1 - Group 1 - B. 10 Correct AnswerReturn to GamePost Score Start Timer Start Timer X X

16 Copyrighted © 2007 Training Games, Inc. Group 1 – Group 1 – Which of the following is not a type of poetry? A. Ode B. Sonnet C. Tanka D. Dime Cat 1 - Cat 1 - D. Dime Correct AnswerReturn to GamePost Score Start Timer Start Timer X X

17 Copyrighted © 2007 Training Games, Inc. Cat 2 - Cat 2 - What is a hurricane? A. a wind storm with a funnel B. a severe thunderstorm with wind C. a storm with winds of 75 mph or more Cat 2 - Cat 2 - C. a storm with winds of 75 mph or more Correct AnswerReturn to GamePost Score Start Timer Start Timer X X

18 Copyrighted © 2007 Training Games, Inc. Cat 2 - Cat 2 - What are hurricanes called in the western Pacific Ocean? A. cyclones B. western hurricanes C. typhoons Cat 2 - Cat 2 - C. typhoons Correct AnswerReturn to GamePost Score Start Timer Start Timer X X

19 Copyrighted © 2007 Training Games, Inc. Cat 2 - Cat 2 - What causes the most deaths from a hurricane? A. strong winds B. storm surge C. falling trees and buildings Cat 2 - Cat 2 - B. storm surge Correct AnswerReturn to GamePost Score Start Timer Start Timer X X

20 Copyrighted © 2007 Training Games, Inc. Cat 2 - Cat 2 - Where are the worst winds in a hurricane found? A. the eyewall around the eye of the hurricane B. inside the eye of the hurricane C. around the outside edges of the hurricane Cat 2 - Cat 2 - A. the eyewall around the eye of the hurricane Correct AnswerReturn to GamePost Score Start Timer Start Timer X X

21 Copyrighted © 2007 Training Games, Inc. Cat 2 - Cat 2 - What is a storm surge? A. spiraling air which is rising and creating rainbands B. the combination of strong winds and heavy rain C. severe flooding caused by higher than normal tides Cat 2 - Cat 2 - C. severe flooding caused by higher than normal tides Correct AnswerReturn to GamePost Score Start Timer Start Timer X X

22 Copyrighted © 2007 Training Games, Inc. Cat 3 - Cat Which of the following is true. a. 1. Opening the windows in a home will protect it by equalizing pressure. b. 2. A highway underpass is a safe place to take refuge during a tornado. c. 3. Tornadoes never cross rivers or other water spots. d. 4. A safe place to seek shelter is below ground level. Cat 3 - Cat 3 - d. 4. A safe place to seek shelter is ground level. Correct AnswerReturn to GamePost Score Start Timer Start Timer X X

23 Copyrighted © 2007 Training Games, Inc. Cat 3 - Cat 3 - A tornado is measured on which of the following scales? a. Fujita b. Saffir-Simpson c. Mercalli d. Richter Cat 3 - Cat 3 - a. Fujita Correct AnswerReturn to GamePost Score Start Timer Start Timer X X

24 Copyrighted © 2007 Training Games, Inc. Cat 3 - Cat 3 - Which of the following is NOT a warning sign of a potential tornado? a. Hail b. Fast-moving clouds (or converging clouds) c. A sudden silence in the midst of a severe storm d. Power outage Cat 3 - Cat 3 - d. Power outage Correct AnswerReturn to GamePost Score Start Timer Start Timer X X

25 Copyrighted © 2007 Training Games, Inc. Cat 3 - Cat 3 - Which of the following does NOT receive a lot of tornadoes? a. Utah b. Texas c. Kansas d. Oklahoma Cat 3 - Cat 3 - a. Utah Correct AnswerReturn to GamePost Score Start Timer Start Timer X X

26 Copyrighted © 2007 Training Games, Inc. Cat 3 - Cat 3 - Which month established a new U.S. record for tornadoes? a. March 1925 b. June 1956 c. January 1999 d. July 1898 Cat 3 - Cat 3 - c. January 1999 Correct AnswerReturn to GamePost Score Start Timer Start Timer X X

27 Copyrighted © 2007 Training Games, Inc. Cat 4 - Cat 4 - These are high clouds that are composed of ice crystals a. Cumulus b. Nimbostratus c. Altocumulus d. Cirrus Cat 4 - Cat 4 - d. Cirrus Correct AnswerReturn to GamePost Score Start Timer Start Timer X X

28 Copyrighted © 2007 Training Games, Inc. Cat 4 - Cat 4 - Clouds high in the sky that are made of ice crystals are A. cirrus B. stratus C. cumulus Cat 4 - Cat 4 - A. cirrus Correct AnswerReturn to GamePost Score Start Timer Start Timer X X

29 Copyrighted © 2007 Training Games, Inc. Cat 4 - Cat 4 - Wind is caused by A. currents from outer space B. uneven heating of the earth C. revolution of the earth around the sun Cat 4 - Cat 4 - B. uneven heating of the earth Correct AnswerReturn to GamePost Score Start Timer Start Timer X X

30 Copyrighted © 2007 Training Games, Inc. Cat 4 - Cat 4 - Wind speed is measured with a A. anemometer B. barometer C. hygrometer Cat 4 - Cat 4 - A. anemometer Correct AnswerReturn to GamePost Score Start Timer Start Timer X X

31 Copyrighted © 2007 Training Games, Inc. Cat 4 - Cat 4 - Wind strength is dependent upon A. vertical movement of air B. air pressure differences C. horizontal movement of air D. amount of gravitation attraction Cat 4 - Cat 4 - B. air pressure differences Correct AnswerReturn to GamePost Score Start Timer Start Timer X X

32 Copyrighted © 2007 Training Games, Inc. Cat 5 - Cat 5 - The world’s ocean covers approximately____% of the Earth’s surface. A. 35% B. 50% C. 70% D. 85% Cat 5- C. 70% Correct AnswerReturn to GamePost Score Start Timer Start Timer X X

33 Copyrighted © 2007 Training Games, Inc. Cat 5 - Cat 5 - True or False: More than one- half of the world’s population lives within 60 miles of a coast. Cat 5 - True Correct AnswerReturn to GamePost Score Start Timer Start Timer X X

34 Copyrighted © 2007 Training Games, Inc. Cat 5 – Tides are affected by the positions of which celestial bodies? A. Earth and the Moon B. Earth, the Moon, and the Sun C. Venus, Earth, and Mars D. the Sun, Earth, and Mars Cat 5 - Cat 5 - B. Earth, the Moon, and the Sun Correct AnswerReturn to GamePost Score Start Timer Start Timer X X

35 Copyrighted © 2007 Training Games, Inc. Cat 5 - Cat 5 - Which of the following is a major threat to oceans? A. Coastal development B. Overfishing C. Climate change D. All of the above Cat 5 - Cat 5 - D. All of the above Correct AnswerReturn to GamePost Score Start Timer Start Timer X X

36 Copyrighted © 2007 Training Games, Inc. Cat 5 – Which of the following causes the density of seawater to increase? A. a decrease in temperature B. s decrease in salinity C. an increase in temperature D. a decrease in pressure Cat 5 - Cat 5 - A. a decrease in temperature Correct AnswerReturn to GamePost Score Start Timer Start Timer X X

37 Copyrighted © 2007 Training Games, Inc. Game Rules Return to Game Break into 2 to 4 teams. The Red, Green, Blue and Yellow teams.Break into 2 to 4 teams. The Red, Green, Blue and Yellow teams. The team up selects a category and value to play for. You can use the Random Team Selector on the Scoreboard or take turns answering the next question.The team up selects a category and value to play for. You can use the Random Team Selector on the Scoreboard or take turns answering the next question. When the question appears, a team must answer before pressing the Correct Answer button.When the question appears, a team must answer before pressing the Correct Answer button. Press the Return to Game button or Post Score button to continue.Press the Return to Game button or Post Score button to continue. X X

38 Copyrighted © 2007 Training Games, Inc. Scoreboard Who won the game...

39 Copyrighted © 2007 Training Games, Inc. Return to Game Random Team Selector Start/Stop X X PlayerTeam 1 PlayerTeam 2 PlayerTeam PlayerTeam 4 PlayerTeam 5 PlayerTeam

40 Copyrighted © 2007 Training Games, Inc. 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. Return Exit


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