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Procedure

Divide yourself into four groups

Each group will have one dry erase board to write down their answers

We will rotate which group picks the question (picking the question is not based on who

answers correctly first) Every group will answer every question

Scores will be totaled after all the questions and teams will place a wager for the FINAL JEOPARDY question

What is Science?

How

Scientists

Work

Studying

Life

Tools and Procedures

Scientists

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Question 1 10 pts

An organized way of using

evidence to learn about

the natural world

Answer 1 10 pts

Science

Question 1 20 pts

The process of gathering

information about events

or processes in a careful,

orderly way

Answer 1 20 pts

Observation

Question 1 30 pts

A logical interpretation

based on prior knowledge

or experiences

Answer 1 30 pts

Inference

Question 1 40 pts

A proposed scientific

explanation for a set of

observations

Answer 1 40 pts

Hypothesis

Question 1 50 pts

The information gathered

from observations

Answer 1 50 pts

Data

Question 2 10 pts

The idea that life can arise

from nonliving matter

Answer 2 10 pts

Spontaneous

Generation

Question 2 20 pts

An experiment to which only

one variable is changed at

a time

Answer 2 20 pts

Controlled

Experiment

Question 2 30 pts

The variable that is

deliberately changed in an

experiment

Answer 2 30 pts

Manipulated

Variable

Question 2 40 pts

The variable that is observed

and that changes in

response to the changed

variable

Answer 2 40 pts

Responding

Variable

Question 2 50 pts

A well-tested explanation

that unifies a broad range

of observations

Answer 2 50 pts

Theory

Question 3 10 pts

The science that employs

the scientific method to

study living things

Answer 3 10 pts

Biology

Question 3 20 pts

The smallest unit of an

organism that can be

considered alive

Answer 3 20 pts

Cell

Question 3 30 pts

Populations that live

together in a defined area

Answer 3 30 pts

Community

Question 3 40 pts

The combination of

chemical reactions through

which an organism builds

up or breaks down

materials

Answer 3 40 pts

Metabolism

Question 3 50 pts

The process through which

organisms maintain a

stable internal

environment

Answer 3 50 pts

Homeostasis

Question 4 10 pts

The base unit in the metric

system for mass

Answer 4 10 pts

Gram

Question 4 20 pts

Produce magnified images

by focusing beams on

electrons

Answer 4 20 pts

Electron

Microscopes

Question 4 30 pts

Metric unit used to measure

temperature in Biology

Answer 4 30 pts

Celsius

Question 4 40 pts

Group of cells grown in a

nutrient solution from a

single original cell

Answer 4 40 pts

Cell culture

Question 4 50 pts

Technique in which cells are

broken into pieces and the

different cell parts are

separated

Answer 4 50 pts

Cell

Fractionation

Question 5 10 pts

The variable that was changed in Redi’s experiment

Answer 5 10 pts

Gauze covering the jars

Question 5 20 pts

What Needham did to the

gravy in his experiment

Answer 5 20 pts

Heated it

Question 5 30 pts

How Spallanzani improved

upon Needham’s work

Answer 5 30 pts

Boiled the gravy & had an open and

closed flask

Question 5 40 pts

Kept the microorganisms out

of the flask in Pasteur’s

experiment

Answer 5 40 pts

Curved neck of the flask

Question 5 50 pts

Needham’s hypothesis

Answer 5 50 pts

Spontaneous generation can

occur under the

right conditions

FINAL JEOPARDY

Write down your wager on a

scrap piece of paper and

bring it to the teacher

FINAL JEOPARDY

Write the 8 characteristics of

living things using the

mnemonic

RED SCOUR

Reproduce (sexually & asexually) Evolve (change over time) Develop and grow

Stable internal environment (homeostasis) Cells Obtain and use materials and energy Universal genetic code (DNA or RNA) Respond to their environment (stimulus)