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By Ms. Keane
                         Jeopardy Rules
• There are four teams, one per lab table
• The team/table that will go first will be chosen at random
• Each team will have thirty seconds to answer, at the end of thirty
  seconds the team spokesman must give the team answer.
  Remember, this is Jeopardy so the answer should be in the form of
  a question.
• After the first team has gone, Ms. Keane will then ask the next
  table clockwise for their category and point amount and so on…
• No books, note cards, textbooks, etc. may be used
• Each table will choose one spokesperson, only that person may give
  the answer.
• Anyone who calls out will have 100 points automatically deducted
  from their team’s score.
• If the team that is up answers their question incorrectly, the next
  team will have a chance to steal. After their chance to steal, they
  will have their original turn to play as well.
• The team with the most amount of points will receive bonus points
  on their exam.
Choice1   Choice 2   Choice 3   Choice 4

 100        100       100        100

 200        200       200        200

 300        300       300        300

 400        400       400        400

 500        500       500        500
       What is the control?




  This is the part of the
experiment that is used for
       comparison.




                              Row 1, Col 1
      What is the Scientific Method?



  This is a process used by
 scientists to find answers to
questions or solve a problem.




                                       1,2
       What is the Independent Variable?




 This is the part of the experiment
that is being tested or the part that
  is being changed by the person
       doing the experiment.



                                           1,3
         What is a hypothesis?




A scientific term for “educated
             guess.”




                                  1,4
           What is first step?




During this step scientists define
    or identify the problem.




                                 2,1
        What is Data?




The information collected
 during an experiment.



                            2,2
      What is an experiment?




What scientists perform in
  order to collect data.




                               2,3
        What is state the problem?




The first step in the scientific
           method.




                                     2,4
     What is the Dependent Variable?




This is the Variable that you
          measure.




                                       3,1
  What is the Controlled Variables?




These variables stay the
constant throughout the
      experiment.




                                      3,2
         What is the X-Axis?




Where the independent variable
     is found in a graph.




                               3,3
         What is a question?




The format in which a problem
   is written or suggested.




                                3,4
      What is Further Investigation?




The final step in the scientific
           method.




                                       4,1
        What is a procedure?




The steps you use during an
        experiment.




                               4,2
          What is the y-axis?




The place on a graph where you
 place the dependent variable.




                                 4,3
       What is a chart or data table?




This is how one organizes their
             data




                                        4,4
  What is background information or research?




This is what a scientist bases his
         hypothesis on.




                                                5,1
      What are observations?




Things that are observable
  using your five senses.




                               5,2
        What is the conclusion?




The sixth step in the scientific
           method.




                                   5,3
        What is the conclusion?




 This rejects or accepts the
hypothesis based on the data.




                                  5,4

				
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