Jeopardy Game: Physics Semester Review (Motion, Forces, Energy, Heat)

Jeopardy Game: Physics Semester Review (Motion, Forces, Energy, Heat)
Jeopardy Game: Physics Semester Review (Motion, Forces, Energy, Heat)
Jeopardy Game: Physics Semester Review (Motion, Forces, Energy, Heat)
Jeopardy Game: Physics Semester Review (Motion, Forces, Energy, Heat)
Jeopardy Game: Physics Semester Review (Motion, Forces, Energy, Heat)
Jeopardy Game: Physics Semester Review (Motion, Forces, Energy, Heat)
Jeopardy Game: Physics Semester Review (Motion, Forces, Energy, Heat)
Jeopardy Game: Physics Semester Review (Motion, Forces, Energy, Heat)
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Chalkboard Challenge is a Jeopardy-like PPT game where students get to test their knowledge of units taught during a typical semester of middle school physics. These topics are found in four separate categories, as described below.

Physics Unit Categories:

- Heat and Temperature
- Energy
- Forces
- Motion

Random Final Category!

Just to make things more interesting and fun, the final category is random monster trivia, which includes literary, historical, and urban myth “monsters”. Trust me, your students will love this category the most! In addition, there are double point and triple point slides hidden throughout game!

Final Challenge Question – Make Your Wager!

Just like in real Jeopardy!, teams make a wager with the points they have earned that they will answer the final challenge question correctly. If they get the answer right, they earn their wager in points. If they get the answer wrong, they lose their wager in points. This brings a new element of strategy to the end of the game and can sometimes make one-sided contests suddenly more interesting!

In this game, the final challenge question ask students to state the Law of Conservation of Energy and correctly use it to explain why the first hill of a rollercoaster must be the highest for the ride to work properly.


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