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  1. Jeopardy Way Back When… It’s Cold Outside Crash, Bang Boom! Park Here Rock Out! Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $200 Q $200 Q $200 Q $200 Q $200 Q $300 Q $300 Q $300 Q $300 Q $300 Q $400 Q $400 Q $400 Q $400 Q $400 Q $500 Q $500 Q $500 Q $500 Q $500 Final Jeopardy

  2. Way Back When $100 The first single-celled organisms came to life in this geologic era.

  3. Way Back When $100 What is the Precambrian era?

  4. Way Back When $200 Human beings began to develop in this geologic era (we still live in this era today).

  5. Way Back When $200 What is the CENOZOIC era?

  6. Way Back When $300 Human beings have been alive for approximately this percentage of Earth’s existence.

  7. Way Back When $300 What is 2%?

  8. Way Back When $400 This was the age of amphibians and fish.

  9. Way Back When $400 What is the Paleozoic era?

  10. Way Back When $500 The passing of this helps us to understand how the Earth formed about 4,600 million years ago.

  11. Way Back When $500 What is geologic time?

  12. Crash, Bang, Boom $100 This layer of the Earth is a mass of sold iron over 7000 degrees hot!

  13. Crash, Bang, Boom $100 What is the Earth’s Inner Core?

  14. Crash, Bang, Boom $200 This layer of the Earth can be divided as either oceanic or continental.

  15. Crash, Bang, Boom $200 What is the Earth’s Crust?

  16. Crash, Bang, Boom $300 This theory was developed in 1912 by Alfred Wegener to explain the movement of Earth’s continents.

  17. Crash, Bang, Boom $300 What is Continental Drift?

  18. Crash, Bang, Boom $400 This theory explains how the movement of Earth’s plates causes changes to the Earth’s surface (ie. mountains and volcanoes).

  19. Crash, Bang, Boom $400 What is the theory of Plate Tectonics?

  20. Crash, Bang, Boom $500 These currents are caused by very hot material at the deepest part of the mantle rising, cooling, and sinking.

  21. Crash, Bang, Boom $500 What are convection currents?

  22. Rock Out! $100 These rocks are formed from particles of sand, shells, and pebbles.

  23. Rock Out! $100 What are sedimentary rocks?

  24. Rock Out! $200 These rocks look shiny and glasslike due to lava cooling.

  25. Rock Out! $200 What are igneous rocks?

  26. Rock Out! $300 One of the two processes which break down rocks due to exposure to wind, sun, and temperature changes.

  27. Rock Out! $300 What are weathering or erosion?

  28. Rock Out! $400 This explains how rocks are continually changing from one type to another and back again.

  29. Rock Out! $400 What is the rock cycle?

  30. Rock Out! $500 This process explains how liquid magma turns into a solid and becomes igneous rock.

  31. Rock Out! $500 What is the process of cooling?

  32. Park Here! $100 These have been established to protect outstanding examples of natural landscapes & phenomena.

  33. Park Here! $100 What are National Parks?

  34. Park Here! $200 Canada’s first National Park was established here.

  35. Park Here! $200 What is Banff, Alberta?

  36. Park Here! $300 Canada has been divided into this many distinct “National Park Natural Regions.”

  37. Park Here! $300 What is 39 regions?

  38. Park Here! $400 For an area to qualify to be a new National Park, this should be minimal.

  39. Park Here! $400 What is human impact?

  40. Park Here! $500 These peoples’ rights must be considered when choosing a new area for a National Park.

  41. Park Here! $500 What are Aboriginal rights?

  42. It’s Cold Outside! $100 A region’s weather over a long period.

  43. It’s Cold Outside! $100 What is climate?

  44. It’s Cold Outside! $200 Name one of the provinces/territories that have mountainous regions supporting glaciers.

  45. It’s Cold Outside! $200 What are British Columbia or the Yukon?

  46. It’s Cold Outside! $300 The continental arctic and maritime polar are examples of these that affect Canada’s weather.

  47. It’s Cold Outside! $300 What are air masses?

  48. It’s Cold Outside! $400 These are often produced in the summer when a cold front approaches, causing instability, and producing large cumulus clouds.

  49. It’s Cold Outside! $400 What are thunderstorms?

  50. It’s Cold Outside! $500 This major storm in 1998 caused electrical towers to collapse leaving many residents of Eastern Ontario out of power for days.