Jeopardy Energy and Electricity Review by OsUueH6

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									                 Jeopardy
             Conductor      More Vocab   Hey, Smarty      Left
Vocabulary   or Insulator                Pants            Overs

  Q $100        Q $100        Q $100       Q $100       Q $100

   Q $200       Q $200        Q $200       Q $200       Q $200

   Q $300       Q $300       Q $300        Q $300       Q $300

   Q $400       Q $400        Q $400       Q $400       Q $400

   Q $500       Q $500        Q $500       Q $500       Q $500

                                                       Final Jeopardy
$100 Question from H1



The path along which electrons
Travel.
$100 Answer from H1



Electric Circuit.
$200 Question from H1


A device that open and closes
A circuit.
$200 Answer from H1



Switch
$300 Question from H1



A material that does not allow electric
current to flow freely through it.
 $300 Answer from H1


Insulator
$400 Question from H1



A circuit that has only one path for
Electric current to follow.
$400 Answer from H1



Series Circuit
$500 Question from H1



Another word for Heat Energy.
$500 Answer from H1



Thermal Energy
$100 Question from H2



Paper
$100 Answer from H2



Insulator
$200 Question from H2



Paper Clip
$200 Answer from H2



Conductor
$300 Question from H2



Nail
$300 Answer from H2



Conductor
$400 Question from H2



Pencil Eraser
$400 Answer from H2



Insulator
$500 Question from H2



Water
$500 Answer from H2



Conductor
$100 Question from H3



An instrument used to measure
Temperature.
$100 Answer from H3



thermometer
$200 Question from H3



A circuit that has more than one
Path for electrons to follow.
$200 Answer from H3



Parallel Circuit
$300 Question from H3



The measure of the hottness or
Coolness of a substance
$300 Answer from H3



Temperature
$400 Question from H3



A device that increases or decreases
The voltage of an electric current.
$400 Answer from H3



Transformer
$500 Question from H3



The continuous flow of electrons.
$500 Answer from H3



Electric Current
$100 Question from H4



What are the materials you
Would need to make an
Electromagnet?
$100 Answer from H4



Battery – Wire – Nail
(tape)
$200 Question from H4



What is one way you can
Increase the strength of
An Electromagnet?
$200 Answer from H4



•Make the wraps neat
•Make more wraps
•Use a larger bolt
$300 Question from H4



The equipment or part of an
Experiment that remains the
Same.
$300 Answer from H4



     Constant
$400 Question from H4



Draw and label a complete Circuit
That would make a bulb light
$400 Answer from H4



Battery – wire – bulb – wire
Back to the battery
$500 Question from H4



What causes the bolt to become
An electromagnet in our
experiments?
$500 Answer from H4



The flow of electrons give
Off a magnetic field.
$100 Question from H5



Why do you need both ends of
A wire connected to the battery in
An electromagnet?
$100 Answer from H5



To keep a steady flow of
Electrons- otherwise the
Circuit would be broken
$200 Question from H5



It can change from one form to
Another – It cannot be created
Or destroyed? What is it?
$200 Answer from H5



      Energy
$300 Question from H5



A material that allows electricity
To flow through it.
$300 Answer from H5



Conductor
$400 Question from H5



Why do most electrical cords
Have rubber or plastic covering
Them?
$400 Answer from H5



So people will not get shocked
Or electrocuted.
$500 Question from H5



Why does metal warm up
Faster than wood?
$500 Answer from H5



The molecules are placed closer
Together and metal is a good
Conductor.
           Final Jeopardy

What kind of electric circuit would be best
For a set of Christmas Lights and why?
Final Jeopardy Answer

A parallel circuit – because if
One light is out – the others
Would remain lit because the
Electrons have more than one
Path to follow.

								
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