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CATEGORY 1

CATEGORY 2

CATEGORY 3

CATEGORY 4

CATEGORY 5

CATEGORY 6

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CATEGORY

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Explanation

VERBALS

VERBALS

IDENTIFY THE WORD THAT IS A

VERBAL.

GREAT EXPECTATIONS

GREAT

EXPECT-

ATIONS

IDENTIFY EACH OF THE

CHARACTERS WHO APPEAR IN

CHARLES DICKENS' GREAT

POETS

POETS

NAME THE AUTHOR OF THE

FOLLOWING WORKS.

CHARACTERS

CHAR-

ACTERS

IDENTIFY THE TITLE OF THE

WORK IN WHICH THE

CHARACTER APPEARS.

NURSERY RHYMES

NURSERY

RHYMES

IDENTIFY THE TITLE OF THE

RHYME.

FAMOUS QUOTATIONS

FAMOUS

QUOTA-

TIONS

IDENTIFY THE NAME OF THE

INDIVIDUAL TO WHICH THE

QUOTE IS ATTRIBUTED

CLUE 1

ROW VALUE
200 POINTS


Response 1

HE IS WORTH KNOWING WELL.

KNOWING

THE LONELY, EMBITTERED OLD

SPINSTER

MISS HAVISHAM

THE RAVEN

EDGAR ALLEN POE

HAL

2001: A SPACE

ODYSSEY

YES SIR, YES SIR, THREE BAGS

FULL

BAA, BAA, BLACK

SHEEP

LIFE IS BUT A DREAM, BUT MINE

HAS BEEN A FINE ONE

MARQUIS DE SAXE

CLUE 2

ROW VALUE
400 POINTS


Response 2

A LIVING DOG IS BETTER THAN

A DEAD LION

LIVING

THE CRIMINAL LAWYER

EMPLOYED BY MAGWITCH

MR. JAGGERS

THE PEOPLE, YES

CARL SANDBURG

DR. PANGLOSS

CANDIDE

BUT WHERE IS THE LITTLE BOY

WHO LOOKS AFTER THE

SHEEP

LITTLE BOY BLUE

ONLY THE DEAD HAVE SEEN

THE END OF WAR

PLATO

CLUE 3

ROW VALUE
600 POINTS


Response 3

A TALE NEVER LOSES IN THE

TELLING

TELLING

MISS HAVISHAM'S WARD

ESTELLA

BEAUTIFUL

E. E. CUMMINGS

PRINCE ANDREY BOLKONSKY

WAR AND PEACE

MY FAIR LADY

LONDON BRIDGE IS

FALLING DOWN

WAR IS TOO SERIOUS A THING

TO BE LEFT TO MILITARY MEN

CHARLES TALLEYRAND

CLUE 4

ROW VALUE
800 POINTS


Response 4

YOU MUST LOSE A FLY TO

CATCH A TROUT

TO CATCH

MR. JAGGERS' HOUSEKEEPER,

A WOMAN OF STRANGE

HABITS

MOLLY

A PATCH OF OLD SNOW

ROBERT FROST

HYGELAC

BEOWULF

AND THE DISH RAN AWAY WITH

THE SPOON

HEY DIDDLE DIDDLE

NEVER IN THE COURSE OF

HUMAN EVENTS . . . .

WINSTON CHURCHILL

CLUE 5

ROW VALUE
1000 POINTS


Response 5

ANGLING IS AN INNOCENT

CRUELTY

ANGLING

PIP'S ROOMMATE IN LONDON

HERBERT POCKET

THE CENTAUR

MAY SWENSON

JOHN TANNER

MAN AND SUPERMAN

THE CLOCK STRUCK ONE, THE

MOUSE RAN DOWN

HICKORY, DICKORY,

DOCK

I GO THE WAY PROVIDENCE

DICTATES WITH THE

ASSURANCE OF A

SLEEPWALKER

ADOLPH HITLER

 CATEGORY:   

POETRY  

FINAL JEOPARDY!®  

 CLUE:   

NAME THE POET AND THEPOEM: THAT WAS ALL! ANDYET, THROUGH THE GLOOMAND LIGHT, THE FATE OF ANATION WAS RIDING THATNIGHT.

 Response:   

PAUL REVERE'S RIDE     HENRY WADSWORTH

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CATEGORY 1

CATEGORY 2

CATEGORY 3

CATEGORY 4

CATEGORY 5

CATEGORY 6

FULL SIZE
CATEGORY

ABBREVIATED
CATEGORY

Explanation

VERBALS

VERBALS

IDENTIFY THE VERBAL IN THE

FOLLOWING SENTENCES.

GREAT EXPECTATIONS

GREAT

EXPECT-

ATIONS

IDENTIFY THE CHARACTERS

POETS

POETS

IDENTIFY THE AUTHOR

CHARACTERS

CHAR-

ACTERS

IDENTIFY THE TITLE OF THE

WORK IN WHICH THE

CHARACTER APPEARS.

NURSERY RHYMES

NURSERY

RHYMES

IDENTIFY THE TITLE OF THE

RHYME

FAMOUS QUOTATIONS

FAMOUS

QUOTA-

TIONS

IDENTIFY THE NAME OF THE

INDIVIDUAL TO WHICH THE

QUOTE IS ATTRIBUTED.

CLUE 1

ROW VALUE
400 POINTS


Response 1

BETTER TO BE A LIVING

BEGGAR THAN A DEAD

EMPEROR

LIVING

PIP'S BROTHER IN LAW

JOE GARGERY

STOPPING BY THE WOODS ON

A SNOWY EVENING

ROBERT FROST

CEDRIC THE SAXON

IVANHOE

JACK FELL DOWN, AND BROKE

HIS CROWN

JACK AND JILL

ENGLAND EXPECT EVERY MAN

TO DO HIS DUTY

HORATIO NELSON

CLUE 2

ROW VALUE
800 POINTS


Response 2

WHAT OCCUPIES MOST OF

HER TIME IS WRITING

WRITING

A SULKY, RICH BOY NOTABLE

FOR HIS BAD MANNERS

BENTLEY DRUMMLE OR

THE SPIDER

APOSTROPHE TO MAN

EDNA ST. VINCENT

MILLAY

WENDY DARLING

PETER PAN

AND SO BETWIXT THEM BOTH,

THEY LICKED THE PLATTER

CLEAN

JACK SPRAT

I BELIEVE WE HAVE ACHIEVED

PEACE IN OUR TIME

NEVILLE CHAMBERLAIN

CLUE 3

ROW VALUE
1200 POINTS


Response 3

THE RISING SUN IS A LOVELY

SIGHT

RISING

THE COMPLETE VILLAIN, HE

BETRAYED MAGWITCH AND

JILTED MISS HAVISHAM

COMPEYSON

THE PANTHER AND THE LASH

LANGSTON HUGHES

CHARLES D'ARTAGNAN

THE THREE MUSKETEERS

JACK JUMP OVER THE

CANDLESTICK

JACK BE NIMBLE

WAR IS THE FATHER OF ALL

THINGS

HERACLITUS

CLUE 4

ROW VALUE
1600 POINTS


Response 4

THRILLED BY THE GIFT, SHE

EXPRESSED PROFUSE

GRATITUDE

THRILLED

A PRETTY GIRL ENGAGED TO

HERBERT POCKET

CLARA BARLEY

THE HEART IS A LONELY

HUNTER

CARSON MCCULLERS

LONG JOHN SILVER

TREASURE ISLAND

ALONG CAME A SPIDER AND

SAT DOWN BESIDE HER

LITTLE MISS MUFFET

THE ONLY THING WORSE THAN

A BATTLE LOST IS A BATTLE

WON

THE DUKE OF

WELLINGTON (ARTHUR

CLUE 5

ROW VALUE
2000 POINTS


Response 5

MY AMBITION IS TO OWN A

YACHT

TO OWN

PIP'S SERVANT IN THE DAYS OF

HIS GREAT EXPECTATIONS

PEPPER OR THE

AVENGER

LEAVES OF GRASS

WALT WHITMAN

MR. MURDSTONE

DAVID COPPERFIELD

FOUR AND TWENTY

BLACKBIRDS BAKED IN A PIE

SING A SONG OF

SIXPENCE

I LEAVE MY EMPIRE TO THE

STRONGEST

ALEXANDER THE GREAT

 CATEGORY:   

POETRY  

FINAL JEOPARDY!®  

 CLUE:   

NAME THE POET AND THEPOEM: THAT WAS ALL! ANDYET, THROUGH THE GLOOMAND LIGHT, THE FATE OF ANATION WAS RIDING THATNIGHT.

 Response:   

PAUL REVERE'S RIDE     HENRY WADSWORTH

JEOPARDY! is a registered trademark of Jeopardy Productions, Inc. © 2010 Jeopardy Productions, Inc. All Rights reserved. Classroom Jeopardy! © Educational Insights