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1 Classroom Feud A Vocabulary Review Game

2 Directions: Divide the class into two teams. Each team should select an initial spokesperson. The spokesperson will change with each round of play. Play will alternate between the two teams. When a question is displayed to a team, the spokesperson will have 15 seconds to confer with his team and come up with an answer. If the team answers correctly, they earn two points. If they answer incorrectly, the other team gets 10 seconds to decide upon an answer. If they answer correctly, they get one point.

3 English/Language Arts A poem that expresses great admiration or exaltation is called ______________. A. a lyrical poem B. A sonnet C. An epic D. An ode

4 English/Language Arts A poem that expresses great admiration or exaltation is called ______________. A. a lyrical poem B. A sonnet C. An epic D. An ode

5 English/Language Arts An idea that appears to contradict itself but is actually true is called ___________. A. Irony B. Juxtaposition C. A paradox D. Metaphorical

6 English/Language Arts An idea that appears to contradict itself but is actually true is called ___________. A. Irony B. Juxtaposition C. A paradox D. Metaphorical

7 English/Language Arts Creating a story and character through exclusive use of nonlinear interior monologue is called ______________. A. Flashback B. Memoir C. Stream of consciousness D. Personal narrative

8 English/Language Arts Creating a story and character through exclusive use of nonlinear interior monologue is called ______________. A. Flashback B. Memoir C. Stream of consciousness D. Personal narrative

9 English/Language Arts A meaning or intention that is open to multiple interpretations is said to be ______________. A. Ambidextrous B. Ambivalent C. Ambiguous D. Ambient

10 English/Language Arts A meaning or intention that is open to multiple interpretations is said to be ______________. A. Ambidextrous B. Ambivalent C. Ambiguous D. Ambient

11 English/Language Arts A main character in a play who is acting on misinformation or on a lack of information while the audience has full access to the play’s reality is an example of ______________. A. Verbal irony B. Dramatic irony C. Situational irony D. Tragic irony

12 English/Language Arts A main character in a play who is acting on misinformation or on a lack of informatoni while the audience has full access to the play’s reality is an example of ______________. A. Verbal irony B. Dramatic irony C. Situational irony D. Tragic irony

13 English/Language Arts Humor that uses irony to make fun of something is called ______________. A. Parody B. Sarcasm C. Slapstick D. Comic Relief

14 English/Language Arts Humor that uses irony to make fun of something is called ______________. A. Parody B. Sarcasm C. Slapstick D. Comic Relief

15 Math Reaching a conclusion that is true by finding a set of related premises that are true is called ______________. A. A proof B. A theorem C. Inductive reasoning D. Deductive reasoning

16 Math Reaching a conclusion that is true by finding a set of related premises that are true is called ______________. A. A proof B. A theorem C. Inductive reasoning D. Deductive reasoning

17 Math A figure that is completely contained within another figure, with as many points on each shape touching each other as possible is ______________. A. Inscribed B. An irregular figure C. Reflexive D. Symmetric

18 Math A figure that is completely contained within another figure, with as many points on each shape touching each other as possible is ______________. A. Inscribed B. An irregular figure C. Reflexive D. Symmetric

19 Math Any number using a real number as well as an imaginary number, noted with “ i ” is referred to as ______________. A. A complex number B. A factorial C. A composite number D. An irrational number

20 Math Any number using a real number as well as an imaginary number, noted with “ i ” is referred to as ______________. A. A complex number B. A factorial C. A composite number D. An irrational number

21 Math A logical proposition that has been demonstrated to be true in all situations is called ______________. A. A truism B. A proof C. A factoid D. A theorem

22 Math A logical proposition that has been demonstrated to be true in all situations is called ______________. A. A truism B. A proof C. A factoid D. A theorem

23 Math True or false: A line that touches a curve at a point without crossing over is called a secant.

24 Math True or false: A line that touches a curve at a point without crossing over is called a secant. Answer: False

25 Math True or false: The transitive property can be stated as: if a=b and b=c, then a=c.

26 Math True or false: The transitive property can be stated as: if a=b and b=c, then a=c. Answer: true

27 Science Bacteria are _________ organisms. A. Unicellular B. Complex C. Abiotic D. decomposing

28 Science Bacteria are _________ organisms. A. Unicellular B. Complex C. Abiotic D. decomposing

29 Science Two species that are beneficial to each other in the same environment are engaging in __________. A. Commensalism B. Reproduction C. Extinction D. Mutualism

30 Science Two species that are beneficial to each other in the same environment are engaging in __________. A. Commensalism B. Reproduction C. Extinction D. Mutualism

31 Science The energy stored in the covalent bonds between atoms in a molecule is known as __________. A. Sonic energy B. Chemical energy C. Electrical energy D. Atomic energy

32 Science The energy stored in the covalent bonds between atoms in a molecule is known as __________. A. Sonic energy B. Chemical energy C. Electrical energy D. Atomic energy

33 Science The energy in electromagnetic waves is known as __________. A. Combustion energy B. Mechanical energy C. Radiant energy D. Nuclear energy

34 Science The energy in electromagnetic waves is known as __________. A. Combustion energy B. Mechanical energy C. Radiant energy D. Nuclear energy

35 Science An electrically charged (either positively or negatively) atom is called __________. A. An isotope B. A catalyst C. An ion D. A neutron

36 Science An electrically charged (either positively or negatively) atom is called __________. A. An isotope B. A catalyst C. An ion D. A neutron

37 Science The process by which the like-charged nuclei of lighter atoms join to form nuclei of heavier atoms is called __________. A. Spontaneous nuclear reaction B. Nuclear fission C. Nuclear force D. Nuclear fusion

38 Science The process by which the like-charged nuclei of lighter atoms join to form nuclei of heavier atoms is called __________. A. Spontaneous nuclear reaction B. Nuclear fission C. Nuclear force D. Nuclear fusion

39 Social Studies Name an example of a demographic. A. A system of government. B. A particular fact about a society, such as level of education. C. A model of the physical land in which a society lives. D. A person who studies new inventions.

40 Social Studies Name an example of a demographic. A. A system of government. B. A particular fact about a society, such as level of education. C. A model of the physical land in which a society lives. D. A person who studies new inventions.

41 Social Studies Name an Axis power. A. United States B. Russia C. Great Britain D. Italy

42 Social Studies Name an Axis power. A. United States B. Russia C. Great Britain D. Italy

43 Social Studies The kind of mining that is most damaging to the environment because it destroys the Earth’s surface above the product is called _____________. A. Strip mining B. Immersion mining C. Deep mining D. Combustion mining

44 Social Studies The kind of mining that is most damaging to the environment because it destroys the Earth’s surface above the product is called _____________. A. Strip mining B. Immersion mining C. Deep mining D. Combustion mining

45 Social Studies The state of social and political disorder due to a complete lack of government is called _____________. A. Communism B. Fascism C. Anarchy D. Civil Disobedience

46 Social Studies The state of social and political disorder due to a complete lack of government is called _____________. A. Communism B. Fascism C. Anarchy D. Civil Disobedience

47 Social Studies A dispute can be resolved in a legally binding fashion outside of a court by _____________. A. Mediation B. Arbitration C. Litigation D. Instigation

48 Social Studies A dispute can be resolved in a legally binding fashion outside of a court by _____________. A. Mediation B. Arbitration C. Litigation D. Instigation

49 Social Studies Indigenous is defined as _____________. A. Native or natural B. Foreign or imported C. Growing or increasing D. Shrinking or decreasing

50 Social Studies Indigenous is defined as _____________. A. Native or natural B. Foreign or imported C. Growing or increasing D. Shrinking or decreasing

51 End of Game


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