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  1. Jeopardy PLUS! Created by: Courtney Sayward for EDU5120

  2. Jeopardy Plus! Directions • Similar to regular Jeopardy except when you answer a question you also need to explain why that topic is important for teachers to know. • Answering this “why” part will give you double points!

  3. Jeopardy Plus! Directions Continued • To play, the class needs to be divided into 2 teams. • Each team needs to designate a team captain. • The team captains are responsible for raising their hands to provide the appropriate question to the given answer. • All team members may discuss what the appropriate question is before the team captain raises their hand.

  4. Final Jeopardy Jeopardy Plus!

  5. Adolescent Brain For 100 Answer: the part of the brain responsible for basic survival skills Question 

  6. Adolescent Brain For 100 Question: What is the Hypothalamus? Why?? For adolescents, hormones and environment make this survival region a “hot button.” If basic survival needs are not met, educating will be difficult, if not impossible Main 

  7. Adolescent Brain For 200 Answer: The part of the brain controls emotional responses, arousal, and hormonal secretions Question 

  8. Adolescent Brain For 200 Question: What is the Amygdala? Why?? Helps us understand why adolescents are very emotional Main 

  9. Adolescent Brain For 300 Answer: The part of the brain that deals with emotions, consolidation of new memories for long-term storage, navigation, and spatial orientation. Question 

  10. Adolescent Brain For 300 Question: What is the Hippocampus? Why??? If not developed (or impaired) memory, emotions, and spatial orientation can be affected. Poor memory could lead to poor learning. Main 

  11. Adolescent Brain for 400 Question  Answer: The “use it or lose it” connections being made to aid in learning.

  12. Adolescent Brain for 400 Main  Question: What are synapses? Why?? The brain prunes the synapses to make the remaining ones more efficient. It is important for adolescents to have these connects while the “pruning” is occurring.

  13. Adolescent Brain for 500 Question  Answer: commonly referred to as the “CEO” of the brain

  14. Adolescent Brain for 500 DOUBLE JEOPARDY! Main  Question: What is the prefrontal cortex? Why?? The prefrontal cortex is the last area of the brain to develop. This area is responsible for the reasoning and decision making. If it is not fully developed, the individual may not be able to appropriately execute these tasks.

  15. Double Jeopardy! Answer: Regions A, B, C A B C Question http://www.nursece.com/onlinecourses/975P1.html

  16. Double Jeopardy! Main http://www.nursece.com/onlinecourses/975P1.html

  17. Theories/Theorists for 100 Question  Answer: The theory, presented by Albert Bandura, is not mimicry. Instead, it allows students to create their own similar behavior.

  18. Theories/Theorists for 100 Main  Question: What is modeling? Discuss your findings

  19. Theories/Theorists for 200 Question  Answer: The theorist that presented zones of proximal development and scaffolding.

  20. Theories/Theorists for 200 Main  Question: Who is Lev Vygotsky? Discuss your findings

  21. Theories/Theorists for 300 Question  Answer: The theorist that explored classical conditioning.

  22. Theories/Theorists for 300 Main  Question: Who is Ivan Pavlov? Discuss your findings

  23. Theories/Theorists for 400 Question  Answer: Erik Erikson’s psychosocial theory that describes the adolescence stage as a time of identity vs role confusion.

  24. Theories/Theorists for 400 Main  Question: What is Erik Erikson’s 8 stages of Development? Discuss your findings

  25. Theories/Theorists for 500 Question  Answer: The theorist who’s controversial work with an infant led to the still controversial issue of nature versus nurture.

  26. Theories/Theorists for 500 Main  Question: Who is John Watson? Discuss your findings

  27. School Safety for 100 Question  Answer: This Law established the foundation for schools to create safer school environments by creating 7 steps to follow.

  28. School Safety for 100 Main  • Question: What is SAVE (2000)? • Why?? It is important to know your school’s code of conduct, safety and emergency plan, and the rest of the 7 steps of SAVE. This will allow you to contribute to your school’s safe environment.

  29. School Safety for 200 Question  Answer: This is our role is we have reasonable cause to suspect any child maltreatment.

  30. School Safety for 200 Main  Question: What is our role as a mandated reporter? Why?? We have to understand our role to help our students. If any maltreatment is occurring, their basic survival skills are most likely overpowering their desire to learn.

  31. School Safety for 300 Question  Answer: Source confidentiality and Immunity from liability.

  32. School Safety for 300 Main  Question: What are the laws in place to protect mandated reporters? Why?? It is important to know our rights since we are responsible for reporting any reasonable suspicion.

  33. School Safety for 400 Question  Answer: The newest form of bullying that occurs over the internet and with cell phones.

  34. School Safety for 400 Main  Question: What is cyberbullying? Why?? It is important to understand the newest forms of bullying so you can detect and deter them.

  35. School Safety for 500 Question  Answer: Consequences include class A misdemeanor, criminal penalties, and being sued in civil court.

  36. School Safety for 500 Main  Question: What are the penalties for not reporting? Why?? It is important to know might happen to you if you do not report a suspected case of child maltreatment. It helps to show us how important our role really is.

  37. Content Specific Instructional Strategies for 100 Question  Answer: These help to introduce novelty, engage the physical senses, and arouse curiosity

  38. Content Specific Instructional Strategies for 100 Main  Question: What are attention getting devices? Why?? Know content specific AGDs to help gain and retain the students attention. Examples include bellringers, movies/pictures, sounds clips, outdoor activities, and personal stories that relate to your content area. **refer to your guide

  39. Content Specific Instructional Strategies for 200 Question  Answer: These include summarizing, writing metaphors and similes, reinforcing effort, and facilitating cooperative effort.

  40. Content Specific Instructional Strategies for 200 Main  Question: What are research-based instructional strategies? Why?? Important to incorporate in the classroom because they help facilitate learning to all types of learners. Again, be prepared with content specific examples. **refer to your guide

  41. Content Specific Instructional Strategies for 300 Question  Answer: Designing project-based units of study, involving students in real-life apprenticeships, and using peer collaboration.

  42. Content Specific Instructional Strategies for 300 Main  Question: What are activities that are compatible with adolescent attention and memory? Why?? Important to have content specific example to incorporate in the classroom to help student remember what they learned. **refer to your guide

  43. Content Specific Instructional Strategies for 400 Question  Answer: These include structure, physical activity, positive social interaction, creative expression, and achievement.

  44. Content Specific Instructional Strategies for 400 Main  Question: What are Adolescent needs? Why?? If their needs are not satisfied, their learning will take a back seat. **refer to your guide

  45. Content Specific Instructional Strategies for 500 Question  Answer: These influences include outside commitments, family issues, chronic illness/disease, socialization, peer pressure, drugs and alcohol, and learning challenges.

  46. Content Specific Instructional Strategies for 500 Double Jeopardy! Main  Question: What are hereditary and environmental factors that influence adolescent development? Why?? It is important to understand students in all aspects of their lives so you can teach them effectively. **refer to your guide

  47. Double Jeopardy! • Describe the hereditary and/or environmental factor you researched. Main

  48. Today’s Adolescentfor 100 Question  Answer: Pressure, pop culture, economic challenges, body image, etc.

  49. Today’s Adolescentfor 100 Main  Question: What are social effects of today’s adolescent? Why?? It is important to understand what students are going through so you can relate to them.

  50. Today’s Adolescentfor 200 Question  Answer: Body transitions, body image, sexual pressure, drugs, etc.