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Jeopardy General Knowledge Organisms Six Char. of Living Things More Organisms Review Past Topics Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy
$100 Question from H1 Knowledge: Organisms are made up of one or more _______.
$100 Answer from H1 Cells
$200 Question from H1 Application: What would happen if you had a lot of work to do but no energy?
$200 Answer from H1 You could not do your work.
$300 Question from H1 Apply: How does a cow get energy from sunlight?
$300 Answer from H1 From the plants it eats who use photosynthesis to convert the energy of sunlight to food.
$400 Question from H1 Synthesis: Can you propose an alternate definition, for life that would allow a computer intelligence to be considered a living thing?
$400 Answer from H1 Computers programs can: 1)use energy 2)adapt to their surroundings 3)produce more of their own kind 4)grow 5)develop So you would need to drop or alter the requirement that they be made up of cells.
$500 Question from H1 Evaluation: How would you prove that a computer virus is not a living thing?
$500 Answer from H1 Show that it does not have one or more of the six characteristics of living things. Example: Cells
$100 Question from H2 What characteristic of life covers organism getting larger?
$100 Answer from H2 growing
$200 Question from H2 Comprehension: Growth is one of the ways that organisms _______.
$200 Answer from H2 Change or develop
$300 Question from H2 Application: What would be a good example to show how dolphins have adapted to life in water?
$300 Answer from H2 Examples such as: -Ability to stay under water for long periods. -Lack of hair and slick skin for low water resistance. -Fat under skin for insulation against hypothermia.
$400 Question from H2 Analysis: What characteristic of living things does a river not have?
$400 Answer from H2 They are not made of cells. (If they can defend their answer then that they can not produce more of their own kind is acceptable.
$500 Question from H2 Comprehension: (Hard) Flashlights and cars both use energy to work. Use the characteristics of living things to explain why cars and flashlights are not classified as living things.
$500 Answer from H2 Flashlights and cars do not reproduce, breath, grow/develop, and in most cases respond to stimuli.
$100 Question from H3 Knowledge: Name three of the characteristics of living things.
$100 Answer from H3 Any three 1)Made up of cells 2)use energy 3)adapt to their surroundings 4)produce more of their own kind 5)respond 6)develop/grow
$200 Question from H3 Knowledge (Difficult): List all six of the characteristics of a living thing.
$200 Answer from H3 List all (need not be exact wording) 1)Made up of cells 2)use energy 3)adapt to their surroundings 4)produce more of their own kind 5)respond 6)develop/grow
$300 Question from H3 Analysis: Why or why would you not categorize flu virus as a living thing, since it does not have any cell parts except for a piece of nucleic acid covered with protein. Must explain why to get credit.
$300 Answer from H3 If yes: The six characteristics of living things says they must have cells, so a virus, by itself is not a living thing. If no: You could claim that since it has DNA the most important part of a cell it should be considers to have a cell.
$400 Question from H3 Compare a computer to a living thing, including at least three of the characteristics of a living thing that it has.
$400 Answer from H3 Computers: 1)use energy 2)adapt to their surroundings (responds to stimuli) 3)can grow/develop by adding programs/parts 4)respond
$500 Question from H3 Analyze: What characteristics of a living thing does a river have?
$500 Answer from H3 Any order with #3 optional 1)use energy 2)adapt to their surroundings 3)?produce more of their own kind (can be argued both to have and not to have) 4)respond 5)develop/grow
$100 Question from H4 Knowledge: Organisms _______to stimuli or changes in their surroundings.
$100 Answer from H4 Respond
$200 Question from H4 Application: Give an example of an organism and how it has adapted to its environment or surroundings.
$200 Answer from H4 Animal example such as: -Bear hibernating -Bird going south for winter -Camel going longer without water
$300 Question from H4 Analysis: What evidence can you use to show that you are a living organism. Give three examples that show you have at least three of the characteristics of a living thing.
$300 Answer from H4 Any three things they can prove that show they have three of these six characteristics of a living thing. 1)made up of cells 2)use energy 3)adapt to their surroundings 4)produce more of their own kind 5)respond 6)develop/grow
$400 Question from H4 Evaluation: Based on what you know, how would you explain to an alien why a TV is not a living organism? Include at least two reasons using the six characteristics of life.
$400 Answer from H4 You would need to show how it does not have cells, produce more of its own kind, grow or develop.
$500 Question from H4 Evaluation: As an astronaut going to another planet, how would you evaluate if a thing that looks like a machine, but acts like it may be alive, is really a living organism? (Include at least three examples of tests you might do.)
$500 Answer from H4 Answer needs to include a test for at least three of the six characteristics of living things. 1)Made up of cells 2)use energy 3)adapt to their surroundings 4)produce more of their own kind 5)respond 6)develop/grow
$100 Question from H5 Knowledge (Easy): Name the first three steps of the scientific method.
$100 Answer from H5 State the Problem Gathering Information Forming a Hypothesis
$200 Question from H5 Knowledge (Hard): List all steps of the Scientific Method in the correct order.
$200 Answer from H5 List all 6 (or 7) in the correct order. -State the Problem -Gathering Information -Forming a Hypothesis -Performing Experiments (Make Observations and Record Data) -Record and Analyze Data -State a Conclusion
$300 Question from H5 Application: Think of the nine science skills and tell how you would use three of them in an experiment Does salt increases how long it takes water to boil?.
$300 Answer from H5 Give example of how could use three of the following Example are in ( ): Observing- (Seeing when the water boils.) Measuring-(Timing how long it takes.) Inferring-(That salt increases boiling temp.) Classifying- (None) Organizing-(Make chart to record results.) Predicting-(Salt will make time increase.) Hypothesizing-(More salt the longer to boil.) Modeling-(Draw picture showing process.) Analyzing-(Make graph of increased time/salt.)
$400 Question from H5 Evaluation: Explain in detail why it is better to do an experiment ten or more times rather than just once or twice?
$400 Answer from H5 Small factors can change a result from what would normally happen. So the more times you do an experiment, the more likely you will be able to show what the average result will be, as well as the possible non-average outcomes.
$500 Question from H5 Evaluation: How would you prove something by experimentation, where the thing you are testing has multiple variables and you want to find out, which variable has the most impact.
$500 Answer from H5 Do the experiment over and over testing a different variable one at a time.
Final Jeopardy Evaluation: Based upon what you know, how would you explain what Absolute Zero is and which measurement system would be best to measure it. (Hint its not Celcius or Fahrenheit)
Final Jeopardy Answer Absolute Zeros answer should include: -Lowest possible temperature -Particles of matter stop moving -Kelvin Scale (or K)