5-topic Template

5-topic Template

Click here to make your own copy of this template 5-topic Template by Eric Curts [email protected] - www.ericcurts.com twitter.com/ericcurts - plus.google.com/+EricCurts1 This slideshow is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial 3.0 United States license. For more information about this license see http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/ (In short, you can copy, distribute, and adapt this work as long as you give proper attribution and do not charge for it.)

Editing Directions This is a READ ONLY Google Slide Presentation. You need to MAKE YOUR OWN COPY of this slideshow so you can edit it and create your own Jeopardy game. To make your own copy, first be sure to be logged into your Google account, then click File and Make a copy in the menu above. Once you have your own copy of the slideshow you can now make

your changes. Edit the title slide as needed to name your Jeopardy game. On the Jeopardy Board slide, replace the generic topic headings with your real topics. Reduce the font size if needed to fit your topic text to the box. On each Question and Answer slide, simply type in your question and answer text to replace the placeholder text in the middle of the slide. Everything is already hyperlinked to go to the correct slides, so no

links need to be added. All other text and items on each slide are linked back to that same slide so the user will not accidentally move to the next slide. Delete this slide when done creating your Jeopardy game. JEOPARDY BOAR D Shakespea

Characters re FINAL JEOPARDY Quotes Fig.

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Characters - $100 Question In his dying words swears a plague on both your houses Click to see answer Character - $100 Answer Mercutio

Click to return to Jeopardy Boar d Characters - $200 Question is the one who informs Jul iet she will have to marry Paris

Click to see answer Characters - $200 Answer Lady Capulet Click to return to Jeopardy Boar d

Characters- $300 Question Knows much about the power of plants and herbs Click to see answer Characters- $300 Answer

Friar Lawrence Click to return to Jeopardy Boar d Characters- $400 Question is willing to let his own da ughter die in the streets if

she disobeys Click to see answer Characters- $400 Answer Lord Capulet Click to return to Jeopardy Boar d

Characters - $500 Question The peacemaker Click to see answer Characters - $500 Answer

Benvolio Click to return to Jeopardy Boar d Shakespeare- $100 Questio n Where were his plays perf

ormed? Click to see answer Shakespeare- $100 Answer The Globe Theater Click to return to Jeopardy Boar

d Shakespeare- $200 Questio n Shakespeare was from. Click to see answer

Shakespeare - $200 Answer Stratford -on- Avon Click to return to Jeopardy Boar d Shakespeare - $300 Question

Why did men play the part of female characters? Click to see answer Shakespeare - $300 Answer There were only male

actors in Shakespeares time Click to return to Jeopardy Boar d Shakespeare - $400 Question

What was the name for the audience members who paid a penny to see the show? Click to see answer Shaksepare- $400 Answer groundlings

Click to return to Jeopardy Boar d Shakespeare - $500 Question Name one other Shakespeare play.

Click to see answer Shakespeare- $500 Answer Hamlet, Macbeth, Midsummer Nights Dream

Click to return to Jeopardy Boar d Quotes- $100 Question My bounty is as boundless as the sea, my love as deep Click to see answer

Topic 3 - $100 Answer Juliet Click to return to Jeopardy Boar d Quotes- $200 Question

Art thou a man? Thy form cries thou art: Thy tears are womanish Click to see answer Quotes- $200 Answer

Friar Lawrence Click to return to Jeopardy Boar d Quotes - $300 Question ..then here I hit it rightour Romeo hath not been in bed tonight

Click to see answer Quotes- $300 Answer Friar Lawrence Click to return to Jeopardy Boar d

Shakespeare- $400 Question A plague a both your houses! Click to see answer

Shakespeare- $400 Answer Mercutio Click to return to Jeopardy Boar d Shakespeare - $500 Question

For never was a story of more woe than this of Juliet and her Romeo Click to see answer Shakespeare- $500 Answer The Prince

Click to return to Jeopardy Boar d Figurative Lang. - $100 Question St ruggle between character

and self st Click to see answer Figurative Lan. t - $100 Answer Internal Conflict

Click to return to Jeopardy Boar d Figuarative Lang. - $200 A pair of rhyming lines Click to see answer

Figurative Lang. - $200 Answer Couplet Click to return to Jeopardy Boar d Fig. Language

- $300 Question Main character in a literary work Click to see answer Fig. Language - $300 Answer

Protagoinist Click to return to Jeopardy Boar d Fig. Language - $400 Question

Anything that stands for or represents something else Click to see answer Topic 4 - $400 Answer Symbol

Click to return to Jeopardy Boar d Topic 4 - $500 Question A word or phrase applied to a person or thing, or expression used as a term

of abuse or insult Click to see answer Fig. Language - $500 Answer Epithet Click to return to Jeopardy Boar

d Content- $100 Question Romeo is motivated to kill Tybalt because Tybalt... Click to see answer Content- $100 Answer

Killed Mercutio Click to return to Jeopardy Boar d Content- $200 Question What makes Romeos

love for Juliet different than his love for Rosaline? Click to see answer Content - $200 Answer Juliet returns Romeos love..

Click to return to Jeopardy Boar d Content- $300 Question Juliet loses her trust in the Nurse because...

Click to see answer Content- $300 Answer The Nurse advises Juliet to marry Paris Click to return to Jeopardy Boar d

Content- $400 Question What motivates the apothecary to sell the poison to Romeo? Click to see answer

Content- $400 Answer His poverty Click to return to Jeopardy Boar d Content- $500 Question

At the feast, why is Lord Capulet a dramatic foil for Tybalt? Click to see answer Content- $500 Answer His tolerance of Romeo

contrasts with Tybalts outrage Click to return to Jeopardy Boar d FINAL Topic:Shakespeare

Click to see question Final Jeopardy Question: Sonnets Romeo is concerned with ideas of love and the contradictory ways a

person can view love. What type of love is this? (it is also a type of sonnet). Click to see answer Final Jeopardy Answer Petrarchan Love

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