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  1. Welcome to Jeopardy!

  2. Reading Review Unit 2.4 4th Grade OCR Food from the ‘Hood: A Garden of Hope

  3. FinalJeopardy Round 1 Round 2 Group 1 Group 2 Group 3

  4. Vocab- ulary Spelling More Grammar Compre-hension More compre-hension Grammar Round 2 $100 Final Jeopardy $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 Scores $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500

  5. $100 The students soon realized the ___________________ (people who live in an area) needed more than food to survive.

  6. $100 community Scores

  7. $200 Without chemicals means …

  8. $200 Organic Scores

  9. $300 Mrs. Smith’s students decided that planting was an important step toward ____________________ (bringing something back to its original condition) their neighborhood.

  10. $300 restoring Scores

  11. $400 Everyone agreed that their ___________________s (gathering of a crop when it is ripe) should go to people unable to buy food.

  12. $400 harvest Scores

  13. $500 The herbs and spices used in the dressing came from small _____________________s (someone who sells a product) rather than largest grocery store suppliers.

  14. $500 vendors Scores

  15. $100 Which word is spelled incorrectly? mends repair cloothes Correct as is.

  16. $100 clothes Scores

  17. $200 Which word is spelled incorrectly? carrpeting college school Correct as is.

  18. $200 carpeting Scores

  19. $300 Which word is spelled incorrectly? library old narate Correct as is.

  20. $300 narrate Scores

  21. Daily Double

  22. $400 Which word is spelled incorrectly? ripe despare sleep To get the Daily double, you must spell the word correctly.

  23. $400 despair Scores

  24. $500 Which word is spelled incorrectly? children number cary Correct as is.

  25. $500 carry Scores

  26. $100 Jack saw four pets in the window of the store a dog, a cat, a bird, and a hamster. What grammatical mark should be placed between the two underlined words? Your choices are:semicolon (;), question mark (?), colon (:), or comma (,).

  27. $100 colon( : ) Jack saw four pets in the window of the store: a dog, a cat, a bird, and a hamster. Scores

  28. $200 Madison is the Capital of Wisconsin. The word that should NOT be capitalized is … ?

  29. $200 Capital should not be capitalized. Madison is the capital of Wisconsin.. Scores

  30. $300 Billy is reading a poem by Jack Prelutsky called Louder Than a Clap of Thunder. What is the correct way for Billy to write the title of this poem?

  31. $300 Quotations ( “ “ ) around the title. Billy is reading a poem by Jack Prelutsky called “Louder Than a Clap of Thunder”. Scores

  32. Louder Than a Clap of Thunder Louder than a clap of thunder, louder than an eagle screams, louder than a dragon blunders,   or a dozen football teams, louder than a four alarmer, or a rushing waterfall, louder than a knight in armor jumping from a ten-foot wall. Louder than an earthquake rumbles, louder than a tidal wave, louder than an ogre grumbles as he stumbles through his cave, louder than stampeding cattle, louder than a cannon roars, louder than a giant's rattle, that's how loud my father SNORES!

  33. $400 You need to go to 13th Street to get to the mall. What is the correct way to write the abbreviation for the word “Street”?

  34. $400 You need to go to 13th St. to get to the mall. Scores

  35. $500 Jimmie said, Do you want to come to my house? We could play catch in the backyard. Where should quotation marks be placed in this sentence?

  36. $500 Jimmie said,“Do you want to come to my house? We could play catch in the backyard.” Scores

  37. $100 What is wrong? The banker did not fulfill his obligashon..

  38. $100 Obligation was spelled incorrectly. Scores

  39. $200 The following words are either time or spatial order words. First, next, then, soon, today, and tomorrow

  40. $200 Time order, they give you a sense of time as to when things occur. Scores

  41. $300 The train moved at a rapid pace. Rapid means ---

  42. $300 fast Scores

  43. $400 When a paragraph begins with a interrogative sentence, what method of organization is used? Cause and effect, Compare and contrast, or Question and answer.

  44. $400 Question and answer. Scores

  45. $500 Sue went to her friend’s birthday party on Monday February 6 2004. What is the correct punctuation to use in this sentence for the underlined part.

  46. $500 Sue went to her friend’s birthday party onMonay, February 6, 2004. Scores

  47. $100 • This story is mostly about? • What it takes to be a good student, • Why riots are not good for a neighborhood, • c. A business started by some students.

  48. $100 • This story is mostly about? A business started by some students. Scores

  49. $200 • 2. The garden was started? • Within weeks after the riots, • Just before the riots occurred, • c. Several years before the riots took place.

  50. $200 The garden was started? • Within weeks after the riots Scores