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This is HS101 Jeopardy. To Final Jeopardy. What is intellectual property?. Ideas and concepts owned by a person or company are considered this. Ethics 1. Back to Board. What is public domain?. Material that can be freely used without permission is referred to as this. Ethics 2.

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what is intellectual property
What is intellectual property?
  • Ideas and concepts owned by a person or company are considered this.

Ethics 1

Back to Board

what is public domain
What is public domain?
  • Material that can be freely used without permission is referred to as this.

Ethics 2

Back to Board

what is fair use
What is fair use?
  • This policy allows teachers to make copies of a few pages from the textbooks they have purchased for students.

Ethics 3

Back to Board

what is terms of use
What is terms of use?
  • This is the part of a web page that lets a viewer know what they are allowed to use.

Ethics 4

Back to Board

what is an agenda book
What is an agenda book?
  • Every student in the high school has this to keep track of tasks to be completed and to record important meetings.

Back to Board

Time Management 1

what are gotta do wanna do and oughta do
What are Gotta Do, Wanna Do, and Oughta Do?
  • When thinking of how we spend our time we should consider G.O.W., which stands for this.

Time Management 2

Back to Board

what is procrastinating
What is procrastinating?
  • To put off things that need to be completed is considered to be doing this.

Time Management 3

Back to Board

what is prioritizing
What is prioritizing?
  • Doing what you have to do before doing things you want to do is an example of this.

Time Management 4

Back to Board

what is outline
What is Outline?
  • This note taking technique uses indentations to determine importance/detail level.

Note Taking 1

Back to Board

what is cornell method
What is Cornell method?
  • This method uses the left-hand margin to label key ideas with additional notes on the topic to the right.

Note Taking 2

Back to Board

what are instructor clues
What are instructor clues?
  • Word signals, summaries, and emphasis in the instructor’s voice are examples of this, which helps you know what to write during a lecture.

Back to Board

Note Taking 3

what is mapping method
What is Mapping method?
  • This note taking format would probably work best for a “visual learner.”

Back to Board

Note Taking 4

what is a mnemonic device
What is a mnemonic device?
  • When trying to remember the order of operations students often refer to PEMDAS, which is an example of this.

Study Skills 1

Back to Board

what is an acrostic
What is an acrostic?
  • This technique uses key words or ideas to help remember a topic.

Study Skills 2

Back to Board

what is study the more difficult things
What isstudy the more difficult things?
  • Prioritizing when studying means to do this first.

Study Skills 3

Back to Board

what is the preparation
What is the preparation?
  • If you consider taking a test as the performance, studying would be considered this.

Back to Board

Study Skills 4

what is skip it and come back later
What is skip it and come back later?
  • When you get to a question you do not know on a test you should do this.

Back to Board

Test Taking 1

what are multiple choice true false and essay
What are Multiple-Choice, True/False, and Essay?
  • These are the three common tests you take in High School.

Test Taking 2

Back to Board

what is an essay test
What is an Essay Test?
  • This type of test assesses your mastery of themes and overall ideas.

Test Taking 3

Back to Board

what are directions examine time easiest and review
What are Directions, Examine, Time, Easiest, and Review?
  • The letters in DETER stand for this.

Test Taking 4

Back to Board

what is discriminating
What is discriminating?
  • When you treat someone unfairly based on his/her race, age, gender, religion, or nationality, you are said to be doing this.

Tolerance & Diversity 1

Back to Board

what is workplace diversity
What is workplace diversity?
  • This is achieved by employing workers with different backgrounds, experiences, and ideas.

Tolerance & Diversity 2

Back to Board

what are stereotypes
What are stereotypes?
  • These are generalizations, usually exaggerated or oversimplified and often offensive, that is used to describe or distinguish a group.

Tolerance & Diversity 3

Back to Board

what are women and minorities
What are women and minorities?
  • Although not evenly distributed yet, there has been an increase in the last 10 years of these groups of people holding managerial positions in the United States.

Tolerance & Diversity 4

Back to Board

final jeopardy category
Final Jeopardy Category

Learning Styles

make your wagers

let s see your answers
Let’s see your answers.
  • What are the three main learning styles we discussed?
    • Name learning style and provide a class that caters to each style

Begin Now.

what are
What are….
  • Auditory – language classes
  • Visual – math, history
  • Kinesthetic – gym, science (labs)

(Class may vary)

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