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Usage Guidelines for Jeopardy PowerPoint Game Game Setup

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  1. Usage Guidelines for Jeopardy PowerPoint Game Game Setup • Right now, Click File > Save As, and save this template with a different file name. This will keep the template untouched, so you can use it next time! • Scroll through the presentation and enter the answers (which are really the questions) and the questions (which are really the answers). • Enter in the five category names on the Main Game Board (Slide 5). Game Play • Open Jeopardy slide and click on microphone to let the sound play. Click to unpopulated game board slide (Slide 4) and click on microphone to let the sound play. Use arrow to advance to Main Game Board slide (Slide 5) and begin play. NOTE: Do not click on an amount on the unpopulated game board slide or it will go to a question. • As you play the game, click on the YELLOW DOLLAR AMOUNT that the contestant calls, not the surrounding box. • When the contestant answers, click anywhere on the screen to see the correct answer. • Click on the “House / Home” icon to return to the Main Game Board. NOTE: If you do not click on the “House / Home” icon, then you advance to the next question without giving the contestant an opportunity to select from the Main Game Board. • Final Jeopardy – Go to the Main Game Board and click “Final” in the bottom right corner for the question slide. Click again for final jeopardy slide and click on microphone to let the sound play. When sound is finished playing, click again for the answer slide.

  2. GAME DIRECTIONS • And now it’s time to energize and educate through our very own Energy Jeopardy! • There are 5 categories, each with questions ranging from 100 - 500 points • Many of the standard Jeopardy rules apply: • Please answer in the form of a question • There is one Daily Double and one Final Jeopardy question (both worth a bonus prize) • If you answer correctly, you get to pick the next category and points and then it’s open to anyone to guess • We’re not keeping track of points and there are no wagers, unlike traditional Jeopardy. • Each correct answer gets a prize. The questions worth more get a bigger prize. • To start us off, please check under your seat for a Hershey Kiss to identify who will go first. • Let the game begin!

  3. ??? ??? ??? ??? ??? 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 Final

  4. ELP Residential Utility Programs Rebates CEP On-Bill Financing 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 Final

  5. Cities need to implement this many Community Activity items from the Menu in order to move up to the next tier.

  6. What is one Community Activity item?

  7. This is the current baseline year on your ELP report card.

  8. What is 2006?

  9. This percentage of eligible facilities need to be enrolled in a Demand Response program to reach the Platinum tier requirement.

  10. What is 50%?

  11. This percentage of electricity reduction over the 2006 basline is needed to meet Platinum municipal energy savings requirements.

  12. What is 20%?

  13. This one key word is associated with meeting the Platinum Energy Action Plan requirements.

  14. What is Implementation?

  15. This is what ESAP stands for.

  16. What is Energy Savings Assistance Program?

  17. SCE encourages residents to save during peak energy use in the summer by enrolling in this Demand Response program.

  18. What is Summer Discount Plan?

  19. DAILY DOUBLE DAILY DOUBLE

  20. SoCalGas supplied these two items in the HEES kits to help residents save some therms.

  21. What are low flow showerheads and faucet aerators?

  22. Both SCE and SoCalGas provides residential customers with certain qualifying health conditions an additional baseline allocation through this program.

  23. What is the Medical Baseline Program?

  24. Income qualified residents can save on both their SCE and SoCalGas bills by signing up for either of these two government programs.

  25. What is either CARE or FERA?

  26. Faucet aerators and low flow showerheads save on these two limited resources.

  27. What is water and natural gas?

  28. This type of SCE rebate allows you to submit your paperwork AFTER you install energy saving equipment.

  29. What is an Express Solution?

  30. This is the name of the document that SCE sends customers providing the notice to proceed for project implementation.

  31. What is the Project Approval Package?

  32. Cities receive an incentive adder (or “kicker”) of this number of cents per kWh savings from SCE upon reaching Platinum in the ELP.

  33. What is $0.18?

  34. This is a joint SCE-SoCalGas program for new construction and major renovation projects.

  35. What is Savings By Design?

  36. Answer goes here.

  37. Question goes here?

  38. This Community Energy Partnership city completed the largest energy savings project in 2014.

  39. What is Santa Monica? (Savings By Design Parking Structure)

  40. This was California’s first Local Government Partnership City.

  41. Who is Irvine?

  42. This City is technically part of the Westside Energy Leader Partnership.

  43. Who is Culver City?

  44. TA is an acronym for this no cost Local Government Partnership service.

  45. What is Technical Assistance?

  46. You will encouter this percentage interest when pursuing On-Bill Financing.

  47. What is 0%?

  48. This is the maximum payback period for an OBF Loan.

  49. What is 10 years?