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How to Use Instant Jeopardy Review:

Instant Jeopardy Review is designed for live play with up to ten individuals or teams. Teams choose a question, then try to give the best answer. Scoring is built in for each team. You can post a link to this review game using the orange game information button below. If you are the creator of this game, you can edit the game with the red edit button. Have fun!
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Found in the beginnig of a book and lists the topics along with their page numbers.
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Found in the beginnig of a book and lists the topics along with their page numbers.
Table of Contents
Found in the back of a book and lists the key names and terms along with their page numbers.
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Found in the back of a book and lists the key names and terms along with their page numbers.
Index
Found in the back of the book and has an alphabetical list of the key terms and their definitions.
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Found in the back of the book and has an alphabetical list of the key terms and their definitions.
Glossary
Tells the reader the topic, or the main idea of the text.
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Tells the reader the topic, or the main idea of the text.
Title
The person or persons who wrote the book and the person or persons who created the illustrations
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The person or persons who wrote the book and the person or persons who created the illustrations
Author and Illustrator
Graph
Map
Timeline
Table
Diagram
Photograph
Illustration
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Key terms or phrases are written darker than the rest of the text.
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Key terms or phrases are written darker than the rest of the text.
Bold
Key terms or phrases are written slanted to signal to the reader that is important.
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Key terms or phrases are written slanted to signal to the reader that is important.
Italics
Provides more information about a topic than is in a text about a topic. It usually is written in a box.
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Provides more information about a topic than is in a text about a topic. It usually is written in a box.
Text Box
Explains what is shown in a picture or illustration.
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Explains what is shown in a picture or illustration.
Caption
These divide the text into sections and then give the main idea of that section.
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These divide the text into sections and then give the main idea of that section.
Subheadings
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Team 2
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Team 3
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Team 4
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Team 5
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Team 6
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Team 7
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Team 8
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Team 9
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Team 10
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What Would You Like To Risk?

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Team 2
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Team 3
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Team 4
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Team 5
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Team 6
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Team 7
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Team 8
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Team 9
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Team 10
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Final Score:
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Team 5
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Team 6
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Team 7
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Team 8
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Team 9
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Team 10
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