JeopardyforSaudiStudents

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Published on August 1, 2014

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PowerPoint Presentation: Teachers, click on the time symbol to start the clock. “Double Jeopardy” is a separate file; you have to download it! PowerPoint Presentation: Click anywhere in the game slides to see points, question, and answers – in that order. PowerPoint Presentation: Science History Everyday Objects Characters Sports & Festivals Wildcard 200 200 200 200 200 200 400 400 400 400 400 400 600 600 600 600 600 600 800 800 800 800 800 800 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 Jeopardy! Go to Double Jeopardy PowerPoint Presentation: Science History Everyday Objects Characters Sports & Festivals Wildcard 200 200 200 200 200 200 400 400 400 400 400 400 600 600 600 600 600 600 800 800 800 800 800 800 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 Double Jeopardy! Go to Jeopardy PowerPoint Presentation: Name this object. Answer: This is the Hubble Space Telescope . Science for 200 PowerPoint Presentation: Science for 400 A satellite moving around Earth's center gets a force from Earth. If the satellite is put into a new circular orbit of smaller radius, how will the force and the speed of the satellite change, if at all? Answer: (E) – Increase, Increase PowerPoint Presentation: Box A beam of light falls on an opening in the front of a box, as shown. The back of the box is open. After passing through the box, the light falls on a screen. The red lens may be in the box, as shown below. Which lens can make a tiny spot of light on the screen? Answer: (A) – a convex lens (a) A convex lens (b) A concave lens (c) A thick sheet of glass (d) An opaque card with a very narrow slit (e) A prism with vertex pointing down Science for 600 L i g h t PowerPoint Presentation: Science for 800 The temperature of the Earth’s core is _____. as hot as the surface of the sun much hotter than the surface of the sun much cooler than the surface of the sun It cannot be known Answer: (a) The core of the earth is estimated to be as hot as the surface of the sun. PowerPoint Presentation: Science for 1000 Answer: Deoxyribonucleic acid (“DNA”) What is the name of this molecule? PowerPoint Presentation: History for 200 Ibn Khaldun, a famous Islamic scholar, is considered to be the father of which philosophy? medicine social sciences engineering computer science Medieval art Answer: social sciences Ibn Khaldun is considered a forerunner of several social sciences: demography, cultural history, historiography, the philosophy of history, and sociology. History for 400: History for 400 This woman astronaut is the 1 st female Muslim to fly into space. When did she do this, and what country is she from? Answer: Anousheh Ansari is an American from Iran. She flew into space on September 21, 2006. History for 600: When was the first Saudi State established (begun)? 1774 A.D. (1187 A.H.) 1902 A.D. (1319 A.H.) 1744 A.D. (1157 A.H.) Known of the above History for 600 Answer: (c) Sheikh Muhammad ibn Abd al Wahhab and Prince Muhammad ibn Saud established the first Saudi State in 1744 A.D. PowerPoint Presentation: History for 800 Who is the person in the picture, and why is he famous? Answer: Mark Zuckerberg, founder The person in the picture is Mark Zuckerberg, who started Facebook in 2004. PowerPoint Presentation: History for 1000 Muhammad ibn Mūsā al-Khwārizmī is famous for helping to make what school of thought? Ohm’s Law modern calculus modern methods of mining algebra Answer: algebra al-Khwārizmī wrote a book, “The Book of Summary Concerning Calculating by Transposition and Reduction”, that started modern algebra. PowerPoint Presentation: Everyday Objects for 200 What is the name of this animal? Answer: It is a dolphin PowerPoint Presentation: Everyday Objects for 400 What is the name of the planet shown below? Answer: Saturn PowerPoint Presentation: Everyday Objects for 600 Name the animal pictured below. How many syllables are in its name? Answer: It’s a hippopotamus (5) PowerPoint Presentation: Everyday Objects for 800 What is the large thing? Give a name for the weather. Answer: The large thing is a tornado. A name for the weather is ‘windstorm’. PowerPoint Presentation: Everyday Objects for 1000 What is the name of this thing? Answer: It is a router. PowerPoint Presentation: Characters for 200 قَلْب [ج: قُلوب] = heart “ قَلْب [ج: قُلوب] ” is Arabic for what part of the body? Answer: heart PowerPoint Presentation: Characters for 400 Answer: Christmas Day “ اسْم : عيد الميلاد ” is also known as Christmas. In English countries, it is a well-known holiday, also known as “ اسْم : عيد الميلاد ” in Arabic. What is it? PowerPoint Presentation: Characters for 600 It is a popular place among students. In Arabic, it is expressed as اسْم : مَطْعَم (the noun form). What is this place? Answer: a restaurant اسْم : مَطْعَم is ‘restaurant’ PowerPoint Presentation: Characters for 800 Translation: checking account Translate this word: التحقق من الحساب PowerPoint Presentation: Characters for 1000 Translation: application Translate this word: تطبيق PowerPoint Presentation: What is this sport? Answer: volleyball Sports for 200 PowerPoint Presentation: Sports for 400 What is the name of this event? Answer: Olympics PowerPoint Presentation: Summer Solstice Fall Equinox Winter Solstice Spring Equinox N Sun Festivals for 600 ? ? ? ? Name The Seasons PowerPoint Presentation: Festivals for 800 “She liked the way in which her student read Shakespeare.” (Please read this sentence aloud) PowerPoint Presentation: Festivals for 1000 What kind of costume is this? Romanian Festival Costume? Irish Festival Costume? Native American Festival Costume? Chinese Festival Costume? Native American Festival Costume PowerPoint Presentation: People for 200 Who is this famous American? Answer: John F. Kennedy (35 th President) PowerPoint Presentation: Art for 400 Which artist designed this sculpture? Answer: Pablo Picasso Pablo Picasso designed a model and donated it to the city of Chicago. PowerPoint Presentation: Wildcard for 400 What is the name of this building? Hint: It’s in Chicago. Answer: Sears Tower The Sears Tower is located in the city of Chicago. PowerPoint Presentation: Where is this famous structure located? Italy Greece Istanbul Romania History for 600 Answer: Greece The Parthenon is located in Athens, Greece. PowerPoint Presentation: Wildcard for 800 Bonus! You win 800 points PowerPoint Presentation: Wildcard for 1000 Say this correctly in 12 seconds: The skunk sat on a tree trunk. The skunk thought that the tree trunk stunk, but the tree trunk thought that the skunk stunk. PowerPoint Presentation: You didn’t know ??!!

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