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How to make this Jeopardy game work When youre ready to have your class play the game, open that presentation and then hit F5 to put it into the SHOW mode.
How to make this Jeopardy game work Se up your teams and have them sit together. Explain the ground rules Assign a score keeper who will watch to see which team raises their hand first for each question and they will also keep track of what team wins what on the board or flip chart.
JEOPARDY GROUND RULES 1) Raise your hand when you want to answer. I will call upon the first hand I see raised. You get one answer; you cannot change or modify it after you have given it. If the first team to answer gets it wrong, they get that score deducted from their total and then the second team that raised their hand gets a chance to answer.
JEOPARDY GROUND RULES One of the questions will read DOUBLE JEOPARDY. This just means that this question is worth twice what it is listed for. When all questions are complete click the Final jeopardy button on the bottom. Before they see the question each team must write down how much they want to wager. Then show the question and they write down their answer. They cannot change their wager $$ after they see the question. When the music stops each team reveals what their wager was and their answer.
DRAT!(Disaster Readiness Actions for Teens) JEOPARDY
$100 Natural Disaster Terrorism Infectious Disease Make a Plan Make a Kit Stay Calm $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Final Jeopardy JEOPARDY!!!
Stop, Drop, and Roll Topic 1 - $100 If your clothes are on fire what should you do?
An alert that tells you that flooding is occurring or will occur soon Topic 1 - $200 What is a flood Warning?
During a tornado, if you do not have a basement where should you go for shelter? Seek shelter on the lowest floor of your home. Topic 1 - $300
Name 5 things that should be in your winter car survival kit. - Shovel - First Aid Kit - Blankets - Flashlight - Tow rope/chain - Scraper - Crank radio - Jumper cables - distress flag - Snacks - Salt - emergency flares - Extra hat, socks, mittens, Topic 1 - $400
Drop, Cover, & Hold ON If you start to feel the ground shaking (earthquake) what should you do? Topic 1 - $500
What is the most common terrorist tool? Explosions Topic 2 - $100
The intentional release of bacteria, viruses and toxins into a community is what type of terrorist threat? Biological Threat Topic 2 - $200
What is a Dirty Bomb Topic 2 - $300 What is another name for a Radiological Dispersion Device (RDD)?
What does See Something Say Something mean? You should report threats, and suspicious activities to parents, school officials, and law enforcement. Topic 2 - $400
What is our biggest threat? Cyber-terrorism Topic 2 - $500
How does disease spread from one person/animal to another? Disease transmission route Topic 3 - $100
Name a disease that you can get from a mosquito or a tick? Lyme or West Nile disease Topic 3 - $200
Name a common infectious disease? - Influenza (flu) - Chicken pox -Pink Eye (Conjunctivitis) -Strep Throat -Stomach flu (Gastroenteritis) Topic 3 - $300
When you are exposed to someone who is coughing and sneezing what should you do before you touch your eyes, nose, or mouth? Wash your hands or use hand sanitizer Topic 3 - $400
If you have to cough or sneeze and you do not have a tissue, what do you do? Cough or sneeze into your elbow or shoulder Topic 3 - $500
What kind of plan will help you to be able to connect with family during and after a disaster? A Family Communication Plan Topic 4 - $100
What is a Disaster Lifeline? Someone that you can call on in a disaster. Topic 4 - $200
Name one of the tools that the U.S Department of Health & Human Services and Facebook developed to help you create a Lifeline. bReddi or Project: Lifeline Topic 4 - $300
Why is it important to have an emergency kit? Emergency kits are important when you may not have access to regular (normal) sources of supplies. Topic 4 - $400
What are two very important items that can save your life A whistle and a flashlight. Topic 4 - $500
What is Stress? Stress is our bodys response to dealing with any kind of challenging situation- good or bad. Topic 5 - $100
Name the four (4) different types of reactions by which we display stress. Body Reactions, Feeling Reactions, Behavioral Reactions, and Thinking Reactions Topic 5 - $200
What are the 4 Psychological First Aid strategies? Safety, Calm, Connect, and Empower Topic 5 - $300
Topic 5 - $400 Name five stress prevention tips. Talk it out Move your body Eat Healthy Say No to tobacco, alcohol & illegal drugs Cool your temper Get enough sleep Learn your stress triggers Breathe from your gut
Name a Stress Reduction method. Deep Breathing Muscle Relaxation Visualization Play/laugh Journal Get enough sleep Move your body Topic 5 - $500