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Mr. LoSasso presents…. Version 2.0. Australia & New Zealand. and MUCH, MUCH MORE!!!.

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mr losasso presents
Mr. LoSasso presents…

Version 2.0

Australia & New Zealand

and MUCH, MUCH MORE!!!

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Each Round, teams will attempt to answer 10, 20, 30, 40 and 50 point questions.If a question is missed, the LAST place team gets the first chance to steal, followed by the next to last place team, followed by the 2nd place team. The team in 1st place NEVER has the opportunity for a steal.If a steal is earned by a team, the team gets the original points, plus 1 pick at on the Checkerboard for BONUS points!

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BUT FIRST,

SOME TOSS UP QUESTIONS!!!

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For 50 points

ATACAMA DESERT

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For 20 points

???

SAHARA

DESERT

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For 35 points

???

INDIA

GOBI DESERT

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For 25 points

KALAHARI DESERT

?

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For 75 points

SONORAN DESERT

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FOR

10

POINTS…

….NAME

THIS

MOUNTAIN!

ANDES

MOUNTAINS

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FOR

30

POINTS…

….NAME

THIS

MOUNTAIN!

URAL MOUNTAINS

india

FOR

20

POINTS…

….NAME

THIS

MOUNTAIN!

India

HIMALAYAN

MOUNTAINS

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FOR

60

POINTS…

….NAME

THIS

MOUNTAIN!

adre Oriental

SIERRA

MADRE

ORIENTAL

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FOR

25

POINTS…

….NAME

THIS

MOUNTAIN!

GREAT

DIVIDING

RANGE

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FOR

35

POINTS…

….NAME

THIS

MOUNTAIN!

MOUNT

RUSHMORE

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FOR

15

POINTS…

….NAME

THIS

MOUNTAIN!

ATLAS MOUNTAINS

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Jeopardy V2.0 Round 1: Australia: Land & Climate

Australia’s nickname is the _______ _______ ________ [DANL OWND DNEUR] because it is located in the Southern ______________ [EIEERHPSMH].

LAND DOWN UNDER

10

HEMISPHERE

A coral reef is a structure formed by the ___________ [LETEOKNSS] of small sea animals.

20

SKELETONS

The people of Australia use the name __________ [UBCKATO] for the inland regions of their country.

OUTBACK

30

Because of the separation of tectonic plates, Australia’s native __________ [NSLAPT] & __________ [ALSAIMN] are not found elsewhere in the world.

40

PLANTS

ANIMALS

Australia’s two most famous marsupials are the __________ [AGRNOOAK] & the ________ [LAAKO] bear, two mammals that carry their young in a ____________ [UOCPH].

KANGAROO

50

KOALA

POUCH

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Jeopardy V 2.0 Round 2: Australia’s Economy

Australia’s economy is very strong and prosperous largely due to its ___________ [LAREMNI] resources.

10

MINERAL

Australia’s riches include iron ore, zinc, bauxite, gold, ___________ [LVSIRE], opals, ____________ [SDONAMDI], and _____________ [AERPSL].

20

SILVER

DIAMONDS

PEARLS

Australia also has energy resources, such as ______ [OCAL], _____ [IOL] & __________ [TUARALN] gas.

COAL

30

OIL

NATURAL

Australia’s main agricultural activity is raising livestock, especially _________ [TTALCA] & _________ [EEHSP].

40

CATTLE

SHEEP

Despite its dry ___________ [AETILCM], Australia’s farmers are able to grow a variety of crops thanks in large part to the process of _______________ [INOAGTRIRI].

CLIMATE

50

IRRIGATION

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Jeopardy V 2.0 Round 3: Aussie’s History & People

Australia’s population is approximately 19 ___________ [LLIOINM]. In recent years, more than 5 million ______________ [SNTRAGIMIM] have move to the country.

MILLION

10

IMMIGRANTS

Aborigines, who came from _________ [SAIA] roughly 35,000 years ago, are best known for their tool/weapon known as the ______________ [EOOAGNRMB].

ASIA

20

BOOMERANG

In 1770 Captain ________ ______ [MAEJS OOCK] claimed Australia for the European country of

_______ ________ [ERAGT AINRBIT].

JAMES COOK

30

GREAT BRITAIN

Originally, the British government used Australia as a place to send its ______________ [MINIARLCS]!

40

CRIMINALS

Nowadays, 85% of Australia’s people live in _________ [RBNAU] areas, with ____________ [DNYESY] and Melbourne being the most populous cities.

URBAN

50

SYDNEY

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Jeopardy V 2.0 Round 4: New Zealand’s Land

New Zealand is about the size of the U.S. state of ___________ [OOAODRLC] & is made up of 2 main islands- the _________ [ROHTN] & _________ [THOSU] islands.

10

COLORADO

NORTH

SOUTH

A large ___________ [AEUATLP] forms the center of North Islands, as well as various active & inactive ____________ [OSNECAOVL].

PLATEAU

20

VOLCANOES

Geographically, New Zealand is home to many geysers, or _______ ___________ [THO IRNPGSS] that spout steam & water through a __________ [CARCK] in the earth.

30

HOT SPRINGS

CRACK

On South Island, the snowcapped Mount Cook, the ___________ ________ [TEGHIHS EKPA] in New Zealand, soars 12,316 feet above sea level.

40

HIGHEST PEAK

In terms of New Zealand’s wildlife, the national symbol is a _____________ [FIHLSSETGL] bird called the kiwi.

50

F

FLIGHTL

FL

FLI

FLIG

FLIGH

FLIGHT

FLIGHTLESS

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Jeopardy V 2.0 Round 5: New Zealand’s Economy

New Zealand’s thriving economy is primarily based on ________________ [ERTUULCRIGA] (aka farming).

10

AGRICULTURE

_________ [HEESP] are an important animal resource, as New Zealand is the second-leading producer of __________ [WLOO] in the world.

SHEEP

20

WOOL

New Zealand’s main trade partners include the U.S.A., _____________ [LAIRTAUSA], _________ [PAJAN], & the _________ __________ [INTUED IKGNDMO].

30

AUSTRALIA

JAPAN

UNITED KINGDOM

New Zealand relies on both geothermal energy (electricity produced by __________ [EASTM]) & hydroelectric energy (electricity produced by __________ [TAWRE]).

40

STEAM

WATER

The economy of New Zealand is also greatly aided by service industries and ___________ [TMOSUIR].

50

TOURISM

social studies unscramblers for control of the last round
Social Studies “UNSCRAMBLERS”for control of the last round.

First team to solve 3 “unscramblers” gains control…..each player may ONLY successfully solve ONE “unscrambler” for his/her team.

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WORLD

BODIES

OF

WATER

yba fo alngbe
YBA FO ALNGBE

BAY OF BENGAL

eanbibcra esa
EANBIBCRA ESA

CARIBBEAN SEA

gienr vierr
GIENR VIERR

NIGER RIVER

stuoh nhica esa
STUOH NHICA ESA

SOUTH CHINA SEA

hsilgne nnaehlc
HSILGNE NNAEHLC

ENGLISH CHANNEL

lavog rrvie
LAVOG RRVIE

VOLGA RIVER

iro ed la laapt
IRO ED LA LAAPT

RIO DE LA PLATA

edr eas
EDR EAS

RED SEA

ssssiiiippm revir
SSSSIIIIPPM REVIR

MISSISSIPPI RIVER

klae riactovi
KLAE RIACTOVI

LAKE VICTORIA

bsas tisart
BSAS TISART

BASS STRAIT

aaanpm naacl
AAANPM NAACL

PANAMA CANAL

csinapa esa
CSINAPA ESA

CASPIAN SEA

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25 POINT QUESTIONTEAM 1vs.TEAM 4

?

?

?

Africa

MEDITERRANEAN SEA

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SEA

OF

JAPAN

25 POINT QUESTIONTEAM 2vs.TEAM 3

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?

75 POINT QUESTIONTEAM 3vs.TEAM 4

LAKE

TITICACA!!!

social studies
Social Studies

TEAM

Secret

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1st Team eliminated….0 points2nd Team eliminated…25 points3rd Team eliminated…50 pointsSurvivors….75 pointsplus 10 point bonus for every extra standing person.

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REVIEWING

COUNTRIES

OF THE

WORLD

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What Latin American

country is this?

?

E

C

U

A

D

O

R

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LIBERIA

What country is this?

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MALI

What country

is this?

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LIBYA

What COUNTRY of

Africa is shown here?

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What COUNTRY of

Africa is shown here?

EGYPT

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What COUNTRY of

Africa is shown here?

CAMEROON

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IRAQ

What COUNTRY

of Asia is shown here?

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THAILAND

What COUNTRY

of Asia is shown here?

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ISRAEL

What COUNTRY

of Asia is shown here?

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Malaysia

What COUNTRY

is shown here?

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Jeopardy V 2.0 FINAL Mystery Round of the YEAR!!!

The earliest people to New Zealand, the Maoris, developed skills in farming, weaving, __________ [HNGISFI], bird ___________ [INTGNHU], & woodcarving.

?

FISHING

HUNTING

New Zealand became ______________ [NIEDEPNDENT] in 1907. Today, it is a Parliamentary ____________ [CCRAYMODE].

INDEPENDENT

?

DEMOCRACY

In New Zealand’s government, people elect representatives. The _________ ___________ [RMIPE MNSERTII] heads the government.

?

PRIME MINISTER

New Zealanders take advantage of the country’s mild ______________ [ATEMLCI] and beautiful _________________ [LNADCSAPSE].

?

CLIMATE

LANDSCAPE

New Zealanders play ______________ [CKIERTC] and _______________ [GUBRY], two sports that originated in Great Britain.

CRICKET

?

RUGBY

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BUT

WAIT...

Congrats

to the Winners!!!

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5 FINAL QUESTIONS!!!

FOR

5

MYSTERY

FATES

ANSWER….IF YOU DARE!!!

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TOTALLY

RANDOM

WEIRD

GEOGRAPHY

STUFF!!!

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NAME THIS

GEOGRAPHIC

FEATURE

OF

LATIN

AMERICA

YUCATAN PENINSULA

???

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NAME THIS

GEOGRAPHIC

FEATURE

OF

LATIN

AMERICA

?

P

A

M

P

A

S

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NAME THIS

GEOGRAPHIC

FEATURE

OF

NORTH

AMERICA

Edward’s

Plateau

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NAME THIS

GEOGRAPHIC

FEATURE

OF

AFRICA

?????????

THE

SAHEL

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NAME THIS

GEOGRAPHIC

FEATURE

OF

AUSTRALIA

GREAT

BARRIER

REEF

60 points for you
60 POINTS FOR YOU!!!

PLUS

LAST

PLACE

TEAM

GETS

2

CHECKERBOARD

PICKS!!!

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Congrats

to the Winners!!!

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