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					      Enjoy Folklore Jeopardy!
  •   Choose your players or groups - Individuals or up to 3
      Teams can play.
  •   Plan a way for players to indicate they want to answer
      (tap desk, ring bell, clicker, etc.)
  •   Player or Team #1 chooses a folklore category and
      question dollar amount first.
  •   After a response is given by a player, click anywhere
      on the slide to see the correct response.
  •   Next, click on the “Scores” button to return to the
      Scoring slide and type the contestant’s score in the
      black score box.
  •   Then, click “To Game Board” and continue until all
      categories are finished.

Click to See Contestants Score Board and Begin Playing!
  Final             To Game
Jeopardy             Board
                                   Exit Game




$          $            $

     #1        #2             #3
                                         Game Board
Who Said   Pick a   Best of    On the   Hazardous
 This      Genre     Three    Wild Side Occupation


 $100      $100     $100       $100       $100

 $200      $200     $200       $200       $200

 $300      $300     $300       $300       $300
                                                      Scores

 $400      $400     $400       $400        $400
                                                       Final
 $500      $500     $500       $500        $500      Jeopardy
$100


     “Who’s that
   tripping over my
       bridge?”
$100       Scores




       Who is
        the
       troll?
$200



  “A carriage from
    a pumpkin?”
$200           Scores




         Who is
       Cinderella?
$300

       “That ox
  practically ate me
   out of house and
        home!”
$300       Scores




 Who is
   Paul
 Bunyan?
$400



   “And to this very
  day, my fur is the
    color of dust.”
$400         Scores




   Who is
     the
   coyote?
$500



   “Slow down, you
      bowlegged
       reptile!”
$500        Scores




       Who is
        the
       hare?
$100



        I will teach
       you a lesson.
$100        Scores




 What is
 a fable?
$200




  My characters are
   larger than life!
$200           Scores




  What is a
  tall tale?
$300




   Explanations for
      creations.
$300             Scores




   What is a myth?
$400


        Almost always
       includes a hero
         and a villain.
$400           Scores




 What is a
 fairy tale?
$500


       My characters
       may have been
        real people!
$500              Scores




       What are
       legends?
$100



  We’re out on our
  own to seek our
     fortunes.
$100             Scores




         What is
       “The Three
       Little Pigs?”
$200



   Porridge isn’t our
  favorite food, but
    it’s all we had.
$200           Scores


        What is
       “Goldilocks
        and the
         Three
        Bears?”
$300


    The grass is
 always sweeter on
   the other side
   of the bridge.
$300              Scores


What is “The Three
 Billy Goats Gruff?”
$400



 Three chances to
  guess my name
  was one chance
    too many.
$400                   Scores




                What is
       “Rumplestiltskin?”
$500



  Three prizes for
  three dangerous
 climbs to the top.
$500          Scores




   What is
 “Jack and
    the
Beanstalk?”
$100


   At first an ugly
   misfit, I became
     a symbol of
   graceful beauty.
$100                 Scores



       Who is the ugly
         duckling?
$200


 I disguised myself,
   unconvincingly,
      as a sweet
   little old lady.
$200                Scores



       Who is the big
        bad wolf?
$300



   I wouldn’t share
   the fruits of my
      labor with
   my lazy friends.
$300           Scores




   Who is
  the little
  red hen?
$400


    We discovered
    how true it is
   that there’s no
   place like home.
$400             Scores



   Who are the
   town mouse
     and the
     country
     mouse?
$500

     They “saw”
   snakes, ropes,
     and spears
     but missed
  the “big picture”.
$500          Scores



        Who are
       the seven
         blind
         mice?
   We mined for
$100

     gold in the
   mountains but
     found real
  “treasure” right
      at home.
$100          Scores




        Who are
       the seven
        dwarfs?
$200


  Driving cattle and
   bronco busting
       were my
      specialty.
$200            Scores




       Who is
       Pecos
        Bill?
$300



 A tasty treat who
 should have used
 his feet and kept
     on running.
$300            Scores



    Who is the
 Gingerbread Man?
$400
  With a hammer
in each hand, I am
a road-building man
    who is more
   powerful than
 heavy machinery.
$400        Scores




       Who is
        John
       Henry?
$500
     A champion
    marksman, I
 saved the kingdom
    from a cruel
  tyrant with only
    two arrows.
$500
          Who is
                       Scores




       William Tell?
                     Scores




 Category:

Fairy Tales
              Click for
              Question
Hans Christian Andersen wrote
     over 150 fairy tales,
  his most popular one being
    “The Ugly Duckling.”

                            * Name
                           his home
                           country.

              Click to see the correct response!
What is …
            Scores




            Exit Game
Thank You for Playing




                      Acknowledgements

    Content and Design Development:
      T. Puryear, N. Rhine, L. Byars, T. Huff, B. Burkett
    Graphics:
      Microsoft Office Clip Art and Media
    Jeopardy Template:
      Mark E. Damon                               October 2003
   Be
Curious…
  Read &
Learn More
   about
 Folklore!

				
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