ll people love to demonstrate their erudition and knowledge. We are closely watching various intellectual shows and quizzes. We answer the questions of the program together with the participants. One such television program is the American quiz game Jeopardy. This game was created by Merv Griffin. The essence of the game is that the participants answer questions from the field of general knowledge. Each question is presented in the form of a statement about a certain object, and the player must give his answer in the form of a question, naming the desired object. The topics of the questions are very diverse. There are questions about history, mathematics, linguistics, geography, biology, physics, art. The names of the question categories often include puns, fragments of various works or proverbs and sayings. One of the main rules of the game is to be sure to formulate your answers in the form of questions, not statements. Three participants take seats at the gaming tables. The reigning champion of the game takes the far left (from the viewer’s side) table. They participate in a quiz consisting of three rounds “Jeopardy!”, “Double Jeopardy!” and “Final Jeopardy!” The facilitator names the topics of the questions before each round. For correct answers, the player earns points, for incorrect answers, he loses them. There are “Daily Double” questions in the game. This question sounds only to the one who opened it. The player must bet on this question from five dollars to his entire pot (that is, he can go all-in) or to the maximum value of any question in the round. If the answer is correct, the player earns the amount to be played, in case of an incorrect answer or no answer, he loses this amount. The one who scores the most points at the end of the last round will become the winner of the game. The winner of the game receives the dollar amount equivalent to the points scored and the right to compete in the next game.
The first slide of the template presents you with the opportunity to create your own quiz board. You can post up to five photos of participants and indicate their names. You can also indicate the points earned and eliminated participants for each round. The second and third slides give you the opportunity to specify six categories of questions. For each category, you can specify the cost of the question. At the bottom of the slide, you can place the points for each team. The bright colors and large print on the slide draws in the audience and makes information about the results of the round understandable. On the last slide, you can provide information about the Daily Double questions. The slides from this template can be used for a corporate Jeopardy tournament. The tournament can be held weekly or monthly and send to employees the winners of past games in the form of a presentation.
Jeopardy template consists of four modern professional slides. You can also change the color scheme for each month of play. The slides of this template can be used by business coaches and teachers to conduct a quiz and consolidate the knowledge gained by students.