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Ag in the Classroom . Oklahoma Crops Jeopardy. Game design created by: Jeanie Long and Dr. Frank Flanders Georgia Agriculture Education Curriculum Office, July 2001 To accompany the Georgia Agriculture Curriculum Courses 01.432 &02.422 Go to Last Slide for Directions.

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Ag in the Classroom

Oklahoma Crops Jeopardy

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Game design created by:

Jeanie Long and Dr. Frank Flanders

Georgia Agriculture Education Curriculum Office, July 2001

To accompany the Georgia Agriculture Curriculum

Courses 01.432 &02.422

Go to Last Slide for Directions

Ag Facts Game Created by Jonna Bruce

Oklahoma Ag in the Classroom

Color adaptation 1/2002

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Fruits &

Veggies

Wheat

Soybeans

Peanuts

Cotton

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Wheat for 1

Clue: What machinery is used to cut wheat?

Check Your Answer

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Wheat for 1

Answer: Combine

Back to the Game Board

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Wheat for 2

Clue: Growing Wheat requires soil, _____ and ______.

Check Your Answer

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Wheat for 2

Answer: Water and Sunlight

Soil Amendments and pesticides are also used, along with some Good Luck!

Back to the Game Board

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Wheat for 3

Clue: Bread, pasta, cereal, pretzels and licorice all are goodies made with?

Check Your Answer

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Wheat for 3

Answer: Wheat

Back to the Game Board

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Wheat for 4

Clue: wheat products provide complex _______ which give our bodies energy to run, play and work.

Check Your Answer

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Wheat for 4

Answer: Carbohydrates

Back to the Game Board

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Wheat for 5

Clue: What are two of the types of wheat grown in the United States?

Check Your Answer

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Wheat for 5

Answer: Hard Red Spring, Hard Red Winter, Soft Red Winter, White and Durum

Back to the Game Board

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Soybeans for 1

Clue: Soybean oil is the most widely used _______ oil.

Check Your Answer

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Soybeans for 1

Answer: Vegetable

Back to the Game Board

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Soybeans for 2

Clue: What farm equipment is used to harvest soybeans?

Check Your Answer

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Soybeans for 2

Answer: Combine

Back to the Game Board

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Soybeans for 3

Clue: What is a soybean plant called?

Check Your Answer

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Soybeans for 3

Answer: A legume

Back to the Game Board

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Soybeans for 4

Clue: One of the top Oklahoma crops that is used to make printers ink?

Check Your Answer

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Soybeans for 4

Answer: Soybean

Back to the Game Board

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Soybeans for 5

Clue: People who can not drink animal milk can drink soymilk as a source of ______?

Check Your Answer

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Soybeans for 5

Answer: Protein

Back to the Game Board

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Peanuts for 1

  • Clue: Where do peanuts grow?
  • On trailing vines
  • Tree branches
  • Underground pegs

Check Your Answer

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Peanuts for 1

Answer: C. Underground on Pegs that form from the above ground legume plant.

Back to the Game Board

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Peanuts for 2

Clue: What group do Peanuts belong to in the Food Guide Pyramid?

Check Your Answer

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Peanuts for 2

Answer: Meats

Back to the Game Board

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Peanuts for 3

  • Clue: Peanut Oil is often used for cooking because:
  • It is low in cholesterol
  • It makes food taste like Peanuts
  • Costs less than other oils

Check Your Answer

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Peanuts for 3

Answer: A, it is lower in cholesterol than most other oils. It is also nearly tasteless and does not tend smoke at high temperatures.

Back to the Game Board

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Peanuts for 4

Clue: In the US, what part of the country is best of growing peanuts?

Check Your Answer

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Peanuts for 4

Answer: Peanuts are grown in the South were soils are sandy, warm and well drained. They enjoy a long warm growing season.

Back to the Game Board

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Peanuts for 5

Clue: Who was a famous African American Scientist who did peanut research?

Check Your Answer

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Peanuts for 5

Answer:

George Washington Carver

Back to the Game Board

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Cotton for 1

  • Clue: How much of the cost of a pair of jeans does a farmer get?
  • $9.00
  • $.90
  • $3.95

Check Your Answer

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Cotton for 1

Answer: B The farmer makes about 90 cents from the price you pay for a pair of jeans.

Back to the Game Board

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Cotton for 2

Clue: How did the T-shirt get its name?

Check Your Answer

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Cotton for 2

Answer: In 1880, US Navy sailors were issued an elbow and hip length undershirt; when laid out on flat surface, it resembled a…perfect "T".

Back to the Game Board

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Cotton for 3

Clue: Who invented the Cotton Gin?

Check Your Answer

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Cotton for 3

Answer: Eli Whitney

Back to the Game Board

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Cotton for 4

  • Clue: Which of these is not found in US $100 bill?
  • Paper
  • Linen
  • Cotton

Check Your Answer

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Cotton for 4

Answer: US paper currency isn't paper at all... it's a blend of 75% cotton lint and 25% linen. A 480 pound bale of cotton can be made into 313,600 - $100.00 bills!

Back to the Game Board

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Cotton for 5

Clue: What insect nearly destroyed the cotton production in the 1910-20s?

Check Your Answer

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Cotton for 5

Answer: Boll Weevil

This insect reduced cotton production as much as 70-90% in some regions of the US.

Back to the Game Board

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Fruits & Veggies for 1

Clue: Vegetables are recommend by the USDA Food Guide Pyramid because they area good source of ___________.

Check Your Answer

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Fruits & Veggies for 1

Answer: Vitamins like: vitamin A, vitamin C, folate or potassium. They are low in fat and sodium and high in fiber.

Back to the Game Board

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Fruits & Veggies for 2

Clue: What is the number one fruit or vegetable consumed in the United States?

Check Your Answer

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Fruits & Veggies for 2

Answer: Tomato

Back to the Game Board

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Fruits & Veggies for 3

  • Clue: How many sesame seeds are on a Big MacTM Bun?
  • 273
  • 198
  • 349

Check Your Answer

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Fruits & Veggies for 3

Answer: B. There is an average of 198 seeds.

Back to the Game Board

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Fruits & Veggies for 4

Clue: What fruit was once used in colonial times in the pie crust not the filling?

Hint: is most popular as a fall and winter holiday pie today.

Check Your Answer

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Fruits & Veggies for 4

Answer: Pumpkins. They were once believed to remove freckles and cure snake bites as well!

Back to the Game Board

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Fruits & Veggies for 5

Clue: Why do apples float?

Check Your Answer

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Fruits & Veggies for 5

Answer: Fresh apples float because they are about 25% air.

Back to the Game Board

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Quiz Game Answers

Note: Extension Educator may wish to duplicate and use as a handout for students.

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Customizing the Quiz Show Template

  • The Blank Quiz Show Review is ready for you to customize. This presentation is designed to be a review for a unit. You make up the categories, clues and answers. Then show the review to your class using a scan converter or projector. All the hyperlinks connecting the points on slide three to the correct Clues have already been created. Once you have created one review, you can give the blank PowerPoint show and these directions to students and assign them to create the next review. Students, in groups of five, can make up 5 Clues each: one for each category, or each in charge of a category of their own.
  • Double-click on the quiz show template file “Blank Quiz Show Review” to open it.
  • Click on File and Save As to give the quiz show template a new file name. This way you can save the blank copy to use again.
  • Change the view to Slide Sorter from the View menu.
  • From the Edit menu, choose Replace. In the first line of the box that appears, type Classes of Horses, then tab to the second line. Type in your first category name. Click on the Replace All button. You should get a message that 11 changes were made, and you should be able to see the changes in the slides.
  • Repeat this process to change all your general “topics” to your specific topic names. When you are finished, switch back to Slide View from the View menu.
  • Go to Slide 3 by clicking on the double down-arrow at the bottom of the vertical scroll bar.
  • Click after the colon in the text box reading "Clue:" to type in your first Clue.
  • Go to Slide 4. Click after the colon in the text box reading "Answer:" to type in the answer to your first Clue.
  • Repeat with all slides in the quiz show presentation. Don't forget to save your work every few minutes by clicking on the Save icon (third) on the top toolbar (looks like a floppy disk).
  • Showing the presentation: Open the new document in PowerPoint. From the View menu, choose Slide Show. To link to the Clues from slide 2, move the mouse over a number so that a hand appears. Click on the number. You must do the same to go back to the game board on each answer slide. DO NOT click on the slide just ANYWHERE. That will take you to the next slide instead of back to the game board. Make sure ONLY to click when you see the hand indicating a hyperlink.
  • Click Here to go to the First Slide
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Jeopardy Quiz Game

  • Suggested instructions for playing the game with a class:
  • 1.      Project the game onto a large screen or use a large computer monitor at the front of the class.
  • 2.      Divide the class into teams of up to four players. Have any other students count off 1 to 4 and sit in the audience.
  • 3.      Provide each team with a flashlight, whistle, or other means of "buzzing-in" to indicate they know the answer.
  • 4.      Appoint a scorekeeper.
  • 5.      Appoint a reader to read each question to the group.
  • 6.      The teacher or a student can act as moderator.
  • 7.      Let the first team select a category.
  • 8.      Once the question pops up, the first team to "buzz-in" gets to try to answer the question.
  • 9.      Add or deduct the number of points corresponding to the number they selected under the category.
  • 10.    If the first team misses, the remaining teams can buzz-in and answer the question.
  • 11.    If no team knows the answer, the audience is given the opportunity to answer. The first person to raise his or her hand and answer correctly receives the points for the team that corresponds to their number.
  • 12.    Go back to the game board and let the team who answered correctly select the next category and point value.
  • This PowerPoint may include a slide with a list of terms the teacher may wish to print out to assist the students during the game.
  • Georgia Agricultural Education Curriculum Office

Click Here to go to First Slide

Click Here to go to customizing your own quiz game