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<ul><li>Slide 1</li></ul> <p> Slide 2 $200 $300 $400 Final Jeopardy $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 Getting Ready for Science Critical thinkingResources Vocabulary Inquiry skills Slide 3 A resource that can be replaced within one human lifetime C1 $100 Slide 4 Renewable resource C1? $100 Slide 5 A resource that can not be replaced within one human lifetime C1 $200 Slide 6 Non renewable resource C1 $200 Slide 7 A change in the environment that is harmful to living things C1 $300 Slide 8 Pollution C1 $300 Slide 9 The act of preserving or protecting natural resources. C1 $400 Slide 10 conservation C1 $400 Slide 11 Timer The final Jeopardy answer is: C1 final A factory uses water to cool its machines. Then it puts clean hot water into a nearby river. The temperature of the river rises. The warmer water has less oxygen than the cooler water did. Fish in the river start dying from lack of oxygen. Is the clean hot water from the factory an example of pollution? Explain why or why not? Slide 12 C1 final Yes, because pollution means any change in an environment that can harm living organisms. The fish are being harmed, so even though the hot water is clean, it is polluting the river by being hot. Slide 13 C2 $100 Which of the following is nonrenewable? air / soil / sunlight / water Slide 14 C2 $100 soil Slide 15 C2 $200 Which of these resources is renewable? Coal / minerals / oil / water Slide 16 C2 $200 water Slide 17 C2 $300 Which kind of air pollution ends up in lakes and rivers? Acid rain / sewage / smog / diesel fuel Slide 18 C2 $300 Acid rain Slide 19 C2 $400 Which of the following is a form of water conservation? Clearing weeds Fertilizing Contour plowing Xeriscaping Slide 20 C2 $400 Xeriscaping Slide 21 C2 $500 Metals such as aluminum, iron, nickel, and copper are all nonrenewable resources. Why is it important to reuse and recycle these metals? Slide 22 C2 $500 Nonrenewable means that one it is used it is gone. Metals are very important for making many things. If we do not reuse or recycle them we will have none left. Slide 23 C3 $100 What words should be included in the question when using the ACACC method of investigation? Slide 24 C3 $100 Effect or Affect Slide 25 C3 $200 What tool is most useful when measuring water for an investigation? Thermometer, Balance, Graduated cylinder or Stop Watch Slide 26 C3 $200 Graduated cylinder Slide 27 C3 $300 What do the letters in ACACC stand for? Slide 28 C3 $300 A = Ask a question C = Conduct an experiment A = Analyze the data C = Conclude C = Communicate Slide 29 C3 $400 Bryan is what the effect of the size of the pot has on how fast the water boils. What is the independent variable? What is the dependent variable? Slide 30 C3 $400 The type of pot The time it takes for the water to boil Slide 31 C3 $500 A family farm wants to make their soil richer. They want to find out how well crop rotation works compared to chemical fertilizers. Describe an investigation they could use and describe its variables. Slide 32 C3 $500 They could set aside two plots and try crop rotation on one and chemical fertilizers on the other. To control variables they would have to make sure that both test plots get the same amount of sunlight and water and that they are both weeded and tended the same way. Slide 33 C4 $100 Dorothy McClendon was what kind of scientist? Slide 34 C4 $100 Micro-biologist Slide 35 C4 $200 What is an effect of contour planting? Slide 36 C4 $200 Contour planting can keep soil from being washed away by running water. Slide 37 C4 $300 Micro-organisms can be used to clean up oil spills and make what type of food? Slide 38 C4 $300 Cheese Slide 39 C4 $400 What can littering, and land pollution ultimately lead to? Slide 40 C4 $400 Water pollution Slide 41 C4 $500 Give two examples of ways that people in a neighborhood may waste water. Slide 42 C4 $500 Washing their cars and letting the hose run, letting a leaky faucet run, over watering lawns Slide 43 C5 $100 What are the three Rs? Slide 44 C5 $100 Reduce, reuse, and recycle Slide 45 C5 $200 Growing plants in water rather than soils is called what? Slide 46 C5 $200 Hydroponics Slide 47 C5 $300 How can trees be both renewable and non- renewable resources? Slide 48 C5 $300 Trees that grow quickly are considered renewable, but old-growth trees are nonrenewable. Slide 49 C5 $400 George and Joanne live in the desert. They have a yard with pretty stones, some cacti and native trees. What kind of water conservation method is this? Slide 50 C5 $400 Xeriscaping Slide 51 C5 $500 Describe two things people in a neighborhood could do to conserve water? Slide 52 C5 $500 Use xeriscape landscaping as ground covering, wash cars less often, water lawns less, turn off faucets when they are not in use. Slide 53 (You are welcome) This Jeopardy template was created by Dr. Robert Pettis, Director An Adventure of the American Mind, University of South Carolina Spartanburg This Jeopardy game was created by Mr. J and updated by Mrs. Rowe </p>

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