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2 A Christmas Carol JEOPARDY JEOPARDY click here to PLAY

3 $300 $200 $100 $300 $100 $200 $100 $200 $300 $100 $200 $300 $100 $400 $500 $400 $500 $400 $500 $400 $500 $400 $500 $200 $300 Drama Vocabulary Mood Stage Directions Content Go to Final JeopardyGo to Double JeopardyReplayEnd Round

4 Usually dynamic characters (protagonist(s)) next

5 Main characters $100

6 The sequence of related events next

7 Plot $200

8 The items on the stage to help create the setting next

9 Scenery $300

10 Static characters next

11 Minor characters $400

12 Sets the scene and he or she may comment on what happens next

13 Narrator $500

14 The city Scrooge lives in next

15 London $100

16 Why Scrooge thought people who celebrated Christmas were fools next

17 Christmas didn’t make them any richer, they were a year older, and it did them no good $200

18 The man who came to Scrooge were collecting money for whom next

19 The poor and destitute $300

20 Debtors and the poor work here next

21 Poorhouses, workhouses, or debtors’ prison $400

22 The little girl is holding this next

23 A doll $500

24 Excess next

25 Suplus $100

26 Unknown person next

27 Anonymous $200

28 Generous next

29 Charitable $300

30 Money next

31 Currency $400

32 Lacking the necessities of life next

33 Destitute $500

34 He turns with the key toward the door, and Marley’s face swims out of the darkness. Scrooge watches, unable to speak. next

35 Spooky, creepy, scary, etc. $100

36 And Robinson Crusoe sailed around the island, and he thought he had escaped the island… and Robinson Crusoe looked up in a tree and saw the parrot and know he hadn’t escaped… next

37 Sad, lonely, heart- wrenching, isolated, etc. $200

38 It’s Christmas Day! I haven’t missed it! The spirits have done it all in one night. They can do anything they like. Of course they can. Of course they can save Tim. next

39 Relief, happiness, hopeful, etc. $300

40 The music continues. Chandeliers are pulled into position, and mistletoe, holly, and ivy are draped over everything by bustling servants… In the midst of the dancing and the gaiety servants pass back and forth through the crowd with huge platters of food. next

41 Exciting, happy, joyful, etc. $400

42 I have known him to walk with Tiny Tim upon his shoulder very fast indeed. But he was very light to carry and his father loved him, so that it was no trouble. next

43 Sad, heartbroken, trying to maintain happiness in spite of the loss of a child, etc. $500

44 The play begins amid a swirl of street life in Victorian London. Happy groups pass; brightly costumed carolers and families call out to one another and sing “Joy to the World”. next

45 This establishes the setting as Victorian England at Christmas time. It also reveals the mood in the streets of London. $100

46 Cratchit is caught up in a swell of people hurrying through the street. Children pull him along to the top of an ice slide, and he runs and slides down it. next

47 This helps establish Cratchit’s character as a loving, family man who enjoys children and the simple pleasures of life. $200

48 He [Scrooge] turns with the key toward the door, and Marley’s face swims out of the darkness. Scrooge watches, unable to speak. next

49 This foreshadows the coming of Marley and the other spirits. $300

50 Scrooge and the spirits start to step off a curb when a funeral procession enters with a child’s coffin, followed by the poorhouse children, who are singing. next

51 This symbolizes the death of Tiny Tim and possibly Scrooge. It also establishes the fate of the poor. $400

52 When the spirit signals to the children, they leave the stage, singing the carol quietly. Tiny Tim remains, covered completely by the dark blanket, disappearing into the black. next

53 Tiny Tim will die if his current situation does not change. $500

54 Daily Double next

55 Final Jeopardy Today’s Category: PIE next

56 What is the author’s purpose? next

57 To persuade next

58 A Christmas Carol JEOPARDY JEOPARDY Thanks for PLAYING! Go to Double Jeopardy

59 A Christmas Carol JEOPARDY JEOPARDY Double Jeopardy

60 $600 $400 $200 $600 $200 $400 $200 $400 $600 $200 $400 $600 $200 $800 $1000 $800 $1000 $800 $1000 $800 $1000 $800 $1000 $400 $600 Drama 2 Spirits Characters Symbolism Plot Go to Final JeopardyGo to Regular JeopardyReplayEnd Round

61 Objects the actors use on stage next

62 Props $200

63 Instructions for the director, the actors, and the stage crew next

64 $400 Stage directions $400

65 Conversation between characters next

66 Dialogue $600 $600

67 A story intended to be performed before an audience next

68 Drama $800

69 Antagonist(s); provide a sharp contrast to the qualities of the main character next

70 Foils $1000

71 Marley warned Scrooge about this next

72 Three Spirits would visit $200

73 The Spirit of Christmas Past showed Scrooge these three things next

74 Scrooge as a child at boarding school, Fezziwig’s party, and Scrooge’s lost love $400

75 The Spirit of Christmas Present showed Scrooge these two things next

76 The Cratchit’s situation including Tiny Tim’s illness and how other see Scrooge $600

77 The Spirit of Christmas Yet to Come showed Scrooge these two things next

78 Tiny Tim’s death and Scrooge’s death (including that no one mourns him) $800

79 This scene from the play is a flashback next

80 Scene three, The Spirit of Christmas Past $1000

81 The Spirit of Christmas Past looks like this in the play next

82 The little girl’s doll $200

83 The Spirit of Christmas Past symbolizes this next

84 Memory $400

85 The Spirit of Christmas Present looks like this in the play next

86 Fezziwig $600

87 The Spirit of Christmas Present symbolizes this next

88 Generosity $800

89 Marley warns Scrooge this Scrooge’s chain compared to Marley’s is this next

90 Seven years heavier $1000

91 The protagonist of A Christmas Carol next

92 Ebenezer Scrooge $200

93 Fred is one of Scrooge’s foils because of this next

94 Fred chose love over money when Scrooge chose money $400

95 This is Mrs. Cratchit’s opinion of Scrooge next

96 Mrs. Cratchit thinks Scrooge is odious, hard, and unfeeling $600

97 Scrooge remembers this about his childhood next

98 It was sad and lonely. He was left at boarding school with only his books for company. $800

99 Who is Fan? next

100 Scrooge’s sister and Fred’s mother $1000

101 The little girl symbolizes this next

102 Hope $200

103 The leper represents this next

104 Disease, illness, Scrooge’s separation from society $400

105 The Spirit of Christmas Yet to Come represents this next

106 Death $600

107 Marley’s chain represents this next

108 Greed and wealth $800

109 The little girl dressed as Mary represents this next

110 Scrooge’s change of heart $1000

111 Daily Double next

112 Final Jeopardy Today’s Category: And the moral of the story is…

113 What is a possible theme of A Christmas Carol? next

114 Real joy comes from doing good to others. People are more important than money. etc. (Minus ½ if it’s an incomplete sentence or if it starts with “The theme is…”) next

115 A Christmas Carol JEOPARDY JEOPARDY Thanks for PLAYING!


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