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Author: Matt Hamlyn (original) and Tom Duggan (modifications for ETTC) Publisher: New Jersey Department of Education, Union County Educational Technology Training Center (ETTC) Available at: "Templates," ETTC, http://www.ucvts.tec.nj.us/ettc/links/linkhtml/templates/template.htm.

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jeopardy template source
Author: Matt Hamlyn (original) and Tom Duggan (modifications for ETTC)
  • Publisher: New Jersey Department of Education, Union County Educational Technology Training Center (ETTC)
  • Available at: "Templates," ETTC, http://www.ucvts.tec.nj.us/ettc/links/linkhtml/templates/template.htm
Jeopardy Template Source
modifications to ettc version
Added credits and instructions.
  • Replaced WordArt with title text (for ease of typing). Also altered the text content.
  • Altered return-to-board buttons (for invisibility).
  • Corrected hyperlinks for daily doubles.
  • Added Final Jeopardy category and "corrected" answer vs. question designation for Final Jeopardy.
  • Removed Alex Trebec.
Modifications to ETTC Version
instructions
Add picture of host?

Type in category headings, "answers," and "questions."

If desired, move the daily double slides (right before any "answer" slides), also changing the hyperlinks from the boards.

Run the show. Host and category headings are timed slides.

Click on unvisited dollar values on the board to reveal "answers."

If a daily double shows up, wait for the wager and then advance the show.

After contestant responds, reveal a correct "question" by advancing the show.

Click anywhere on "question" slides to return to the board.

Use the star button on the board to go on to next phase of game.

For Final Jeopardy, reveal the category, wait for wagers, and then advance the show.

Instructions
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Elements of a

Successful Business

The Benefits of

Competition

Consumer and

Competitive Markets

Competitive

Images

Why Businesses Fail

Potpourri

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in business often there are some expenses that do not change with quantity these are called this
In business, often there are some expenses that do not change with quantity. These are called this.
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When businesses become good corporate citizens, it is an example of this element of a Successful Business.
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In addition to Personal Satisfaction, this other element of a Successful Business helps cut costs by eliminating frequent employee turnover.

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These factors: Desire for Control, Vision, Passion, Perseverance and Teamwork are the traits of this kind of person.
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Forgetting your origins can cause even established businesses financial difficulty, such as this multinational corporation that altered its formula in 1984.

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Businesses that fail often say that they “just ran out of money.” This failure to budget properly is a result of this.
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Small businesses often account for their failure by blaming larger businesses. The real problem is this.
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This type of competition occurs because the products or services are not directly related to each other.
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These 5 aspects of competition in the services sector are different from competition among similar products.
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This value is the percentage that one business’s product takes of the total dollars spent by consumers on similar products.
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This is a word or group of words that a business uses to distinguish its product from competitors’ products.
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Many products combine their name with a special symbol that is associated with the product. This symbol is called this, or trademark.
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Daily

Double!!

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When the image created for one product is transferred to other products made by the same company, it is called this.
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It is not enough to simply create a positive image for the product. The image must be communicated to the consumer; it is the role of this department.

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When a company develops a name, slogan, or logo for a product, and when everything associated with that product carries this identification, it is called this.

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This consists of specific types of products as well as the businesses that manufacture these products.
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Final

Jeopardy!!

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