JEOPARDY

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1. Template by Bill Arcuri, WCSD JEOPARDY! Mr. Reed’s Earth Science Test Review Game!

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3. Template by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Daily Double Graphic and Sound Effect! DO NOT DELETE THIS SLIDE! Deleting it may cause the game links to work improperly. This slide is hidden during the game, and WILL not appear. In slide view mode, copy the above (red) graphic (click once to select; right click the border and choose “copy”). Locate the answer slide which you want to be the daily double Right-click and choose “paste”. If necessary, reposition the graphic so that it does not cover the answer text.

4. Template by Bill Arcuri, WCSD The theory that scientists say explains the creation of our universe.

5. Template by Bill Arcuri, WCSD The part of the earth that we live on and that is made of rock.

6. Template by Bill Arcuri, WCSD The only totally liquid layer in the earth.

7. Template by Bill Arcuri, WCSD The area between the crust and the outer core.

8. Template by Bill Arcuri, WCSD The crust and the upper part of the mantle make up this area.

9. Template by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Theory that the continents were once joined together in one big land mass and over millions of years slowly drifted apart.

10. Template by Bill Arcuri, WCSD The formation of new crust on the ocean floor where plates move apart and magma rises and cools

11. Template by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Process in which the crust plunges back into the interior of the Earth.

12. Template by Bill Arcuri, WCSD It is the name given to the large landmass before the continents drifted apart

13. Template by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Explanation stating that the Earth’s crust is broken up into plates that are moving.

14. Template by Bill Arcuri, WCSD A giant chain of volcanoes circling the Pacific Ocean

15. Template by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Hot, melted rock deep beneath the earth’s surface

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17. Template by Bill Arcuri, WCSD One of the types or categories of volcanoes

18. Template by Bill Arcuri, WCSD A volcano that has erupted in the past but that is not showing current activity yet may still erupt in the future

19. Template by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Point on the surface of the Earth directly above the focus of an earthquake

20. Template by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Instrument used to determine the strength or magnitude of an earthquake

21. Template by Bill Arcuri, WCSD The last and most damaging type of wave sent out in an earthquake

22. Template by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Scale used to measure the magnitude, or strength of an earthquake

23. Template by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Measure of how great an earthquake was and how it affected buildings and people

24. Template by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Type of mountain created when two plates collide head-on and the crust folds and forms peaks

25. Template by Bill Arcuri, WCSD A group of mountains

26. Template by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Low mountains that are created when two plates push against one another causing one plate to bulge out

27. Template by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Formed by layers of lava erupting, cooling, and forming layers

28. Template by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Generally the steepest type of mountains

29. Template by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Formed when hot liquid lava and magma flow from volcanoes, cool, and harden

30. Template by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Formed from layers and layers of sediments cemented together

31. Template by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Rock that was once sedimentary or igneous but changed by extreme heat and pressure

32. Template by Bill Arcuri, WCSD When various geological forces and processes cause rock to change from one type to another and back again

33. Template by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Type of rock commonly used in construction due to it’s strength

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