Transcript Jeopardy Game PowerPoint
Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin. Click here for Final Jeopardy AZ History Theodore Roosevelt Dam AZ Geography Water All Around Conserving Water 10 Point 10 Point 10 Point 10 Point 10 Point 20 Points 20 Points 20 Points 20 Points 20 Points 30 Points 30 Points 30 Points 30 Points 30 Points 40 Points 40 Points 40 Points 40 Points 40 Points 50 Points 50 Points 50 Points 50 Points 50 Points These prehistoric people constructed canals for irrigating their crops. Who were the Hohokam? A series of these made it difficult to be a farmer in Arizona before a dam was built. What were great floods and long periods of drought? This person is responsible for using the early Hohokam canals for irrigation for farmers in the Valley. Who was Jack Swilling? This famous purchase was responsible for Southern Arizona (including Tucson) becoming part of the United States. What was the Gadsden Purchase? Without this natural resource, there could not be as many people living in the desert of Arizona. What is water? This is the president whom the dam was named after. Who is Theodore Roosevelt? This is the year in which Theodore Roosevelt Dam was completed. What is 1911? These are the reasons TRD needed to be built. What are water storage and electricity production? This is the national forest where TRD is located. What is Tonto National Forest? This is the location of where the stones were quarried for construction of TRD. What is Arizona? The number of physiographic regions of Arizona. What is three? This is the famous geologic feature in the plateau region of Arizona and was formed by erosion. What is the Grand Canyon? This river forms the western boundary of Arizona and is a source of water for Arizonans. What is the Colorado River? This is the region where Phoenix and Tucson are located. What is the desert region? This is the word that describes a land area that drains water to a low point (e.g. a river). What is a watershed? Water goes through this natural process continually. What is the water cycle? Water from these two rivers flows through the canals in Phoenix. What are the Salt River and Verde River? This is the percentage of fresh water available for human use on Earth. What is less than 1%? This is the process of harnessing the kinetic energy of water and turning it into electrical energy. What is hydropower? This is the term for the height of top of the water behind a dam which directly correlates to how much electricity can be produced by that water. What is the head? This is one easy way water can be saved at home. [Questions vary] This is a water saving device that turns off the flow of hot water when you are getting ready for a shower. What is a “lady bug”? This is the term for a type of toilet that has two different size flush volumes. What is a dualflush toilet? This is a recommendation you would give your school to conserve water. [Ideas vary] This is the precious resource that we need to conserve so we can preserve future generations’ life in the Arizona. What is water? Make your wager This is the person responsible for the future of our water resources in Arizona. Who is ME?