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  1. Jeopardy!8TH Grade Earth ScienceMr. T

  2. Jeopardy! Minerals Volcanoes Earthquakes Plate Tectonics Rocks Stuff 100 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500 500 Exit Game Play Double Jeopardy!

  3. Category A - 100 Perform a scratch test to determine this mineral property. What is the HARDNESS test? Exit Game Return to Jeopardy!

  4. Category A - 200 The color of a mineral’s powder. What is streak? Exit Game Return to Jeopardy!

  5. Category A - 300 The 5 characteristics of all minerals. What is solid, chemical composition, crystal structure, naturally occurring, and inorganic? Exit Game Return to Jeopardy!

  6. Category A - 400 The basic characteristics of minerals that help us identify them. What is streak, cleavage/fracture, crystal structure, hardness, color, luster, special properties? Exit Game Return to Jeopardy!

  7. Category A - 500 A solid in which the atoms are arranged in a pattern that repeats again and again. What is a crystal? Exit Game Return to Jeopardy!

  8. Category B - 100 Composite Volcano. What is formed by alternating explosive and quiet lava outpourings, and its form is a broad base with steep summit? Exit Game Return to Jeopardy!

  9. Category B - 200 Shield Volcano. What type of volcano is built entirely from layers of runny lava from quiet eruptions, causing it to have a gentle slope? Exit Game Return to Jeopardy!

  10. Category B - 300 Cinder Cone Volcano. What type of volcano has a very steep hill and is built entirely out of pyroclastic material? Exit Game Return to Jeopardy!

  11. Category B - 400 Pyroclastic material. What are cinders, ash and bombs? Exit Game Return to Jeopardy!

  12. Category B - 500 Pahoehoe and aa. What is the Hawaiian name for the two types of lavacaused by a quiet eruption ? Exit Game Return to Jeopardy!

  13. Category C - 100 Earthquake. What is the shaking that results from the movement of rock beneath Earth’s surface ? Exit Game Return to Jeopardy!

  14. Category C - 200 Seismic wave. What is a vibration that travels through Earth carrying energy released during an earthquake? Exit Game Return to Jeopardy!

  15. Category C - 300 Epicenter. What is the point on Earth’s surface directly above an earthquake’s focus? Exit Game Return to Jeopardy!

  16. Category C - 400 Fault. What is a break in Earth’s crust where slabs of rock slip past each other? Exit Game Return to Jeopardy!

  17. Category C - 500 Magnitude. What is the measurement of an earthquake’s strength based on seismic waves and movement along faults? Exit Game Return to Jeopardy!

  18. Category D - 100 CLAMOIC. Crust Lithosphere Asthenosphere Mesosphere Outer Inner Core This acronym list the layers of the Earth? Exit Game Return to Jeopardy!

  19. Category D - 200 Granite. What rock makes up the continental crust? Exit Game Return to Jeopardy!

  20. Category D - 300 Destructive force. What force slowly wears away mountains and other features on the surface of the Earth? Examples are wind water and weathering? Exit Game Return to Jeopardy!

  21. Daily Double! Please place your wager in the category Plate Tectonics. Reveal the Answer Return to Jeopardy!

  22. Daily Double! Subduction. The process where the oceanic crust dives under the continental crust and the crust melts back into the mantle? Exit Game Return to Jeopardy!

  23. Category D - 500 Plate. What is a section of the lithosphere that slowly moves over the asthenosphere, carrying pieces of oceanic and continental crust? Exit Game Return to Jeopardy!

  24. Category E - 100 Igneous rock that was formed inside of earth. What is an intrusive igneous rock? Exit Game Return to Jeopardy!

  25. Category E - 200 Extrusive igneous rock. What kind of rock is formed from lava on Earth’s surface? Exit Game Return to Jeopardy!

  26. Category E - 300 Metamorphic rock. What existing rock has gone through changes through heat and pressure? Exit Game Return to Jeopardy!

  27. Category E - 400 Sedimentary rock. What kind of rock has formed from particles of small rocks, sand and plant parts and cemented together through pressure? Exit Game Return to Jeopardy!

  28. Category E - 500 A material that is formed from the elements of oxygen and silicon. What is Silica? Exit Game Return to Jeopardy!

  29. Category F - 100 Sea-floor spreading. What process by which molten material adds new oceanic crust to the ocean floor? Exit Game Return to Jeopardy!

  30. Category F - 200 Variable. What is the factor that can change in an experiment, the one that you compare against the control ? Exit Game Return to Jeopardy!

  31. Category F - 300 Sill. What is a slab of horizontal volcanic rock formed when magma squeezes between layers of rock? Exit Game Return to Jeopardy!

  32. Category F - 400 Rift Valley. What is a deep valley that forms where two plates move apart? Exit Game Return to Jeopardy!

  33. Category F - 500 Geothermal energy. What is cheap, clean energy from water or steam that has been heated by magma, and used by people? Exit Game Return to Jeopardy!

  34. Game Over! Return to Jeopardy! Return to Double Jeopardy!

  35. Double Jeopardy! Minerals Volcanoes Earthquakes Plate Tectonics Rocks Stuff 200 200 200 200 200 200 400 400 400 400 400 400 600 600 600 600 600 600 800 800 800 800 800 800 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 Exit Game Play Final Jeopardy!

  36. Category AA - 200 Not formed from living things or the remains of living things. What is inorganic? Exit Game Return to Double Jeopardy!

  37. Category AA - 400 The term that describes how a mineral reflects light from its surface. What is luster? Exit Game Return to Double Jeopardy!

  38. Category AA - 600 This scale ranks minerals from softest to hardest. What is Mohs Hardness scale? Exit Game Return to Double Jeopardy!

  39. Category AA - 800 This mineral rates a 10 on Mohs Hardness scale. What is a diamond? Exit Game Return to Double Jeopardy!

  40. Category AA - 1000 This mineral has uses in technology, optometry, is used in watches, radios, and electricity. What is quartz? Exit Game Return to Double Jeopardy!

  41. Category BB - 200 Active. What is the term for a volcano that is currently erupting, or has shown that it will erupt soon? Exit Game Return to Double Jeopardy!

  42. Category BB - 400 Ring of Fire. What do we call the circular area along the pacific plate boundary? Exit Game Return to Double Jeopardy!

  43. Category BB - 600 Hot Spot. What is the place called where magma has found a weak spot in the middle of a plate, and magma escapes through the crust? Exit Game Return to Double Jeopardy!

  44. Category BB - 800 Caldera. What is the place where the summit of the volcano collapses following the emptying of the magma chamber, leaving a huge hole? Exit Game Return to Double Jeopardy!

  45. Category BB - 1000 Volcanic Neck. What is the name for the hardened magma in a volcanic pipe, when all the outer layers of the volcano have worn away through erosion and weathering? Exit Game Return to Double Jeopardy!

  46. Category CC - 200 P-Wave. What is the first seismic wave to arrive following an earthquake? Exit Game Return to Double Jeopardy!

  47. Category CC - 400 Tsunami. What is triggered by an earthquake beneath the ocean floor? Exit Game Return to Double Jeopardy!

  48. Category CC - 600 Seismograph. What is an instrument that measures ground movement during an earthquake? Exit Game Return to Double Jeopardy!

  49. Category CC - 800 Shearing. What is one of the stresses causing an earthquake, where slabs of rock push in opposite directions? Exit Game Return to Double Jeopardy!

  50. Category CC - 1000 Focus. What is the place called where an earthquake occurs, deep in the Earth’s crust? Exit Game Return to Double Jeopardy!