Playing a game of Jeopardy on Microsoft PowerPoint can be a great way to review any given subject in a classroom. This blank PowerPoint Jeopardy template is designed for you to modify with your own course material so you too can play Jeopardy with your class. Just like the real TV show version of Jeopardy, this Jeopardy template is composed of six category columns with prices ranging from $100 to $500. Like the actual TV game, it is also designed for you to place questions in the form of answers, and answers in the form of questions. Each answer slide is equipped with a 60 second timer, giving students about a minute to reply correctly. Included in the PowerPoint are over 60 slides, including operating directions at the very end.
Amazing! I can't wait to use in my classroom!!! Very easy to change. :) Thank you!
October 2, 2012
THis was a nice version of Jeopardy that I could manipulate and use for various lesson reviews. I even used this to review areas in a college course I teach. Over all I thought it worked well and was purposeful.
I place the answers in the answer box and questions in the question box and when the game was "played" it displayed the answer first. I even pointed and dragged the slides to the opposite but it still wasn't the right connection. Help!
I apologize for the confusion! The game is meant to be played like the actual television game-show. On the TV game show, the "answer" is stated first and then the contestant must reply by stating the answer in the form of a question. If you'd like to avoid the TV-game show style of playing and would prefer a simpler question to answer approach then place your question in the box that states "Insert answer here;" and then place your answer in the box that states "Insert the question for the previous slide."
If you still need help after attempting this or if you'd like any further assistance please feel free to ask another question on this site, or you are welcome to e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org for further clarification. Thank you kindly for your purchase and, again, I apologize for the difficulties. I hope this explanation helps.