GAME NAME:

ELEMENTS & PRINCIPLES OF

SINGLE JEOPARDY!®  

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Explanation

LINE

LINE

IDENTIFY WAYS LINE APPLIES

AS AN ELEMENT OF ART

SHAPE AND FORM

SHAPE &

FORM

IDENTIFY RELATIONSHIPS OF

SHAPE AND FORM IN ART

COLOR THEORY

COLOR

THEORY

IDENTIFY RELATIONSHIPS OF

COLOR IN ART

TEXTURE REAL OR IMPLIED

TEXTURE

REAL OR IMPLIED TEXTURE IN

ART

VALUE RELATIONSHIPS

VALUE

IDENTIFY WAYS VALUE

RELATIONSHIPS ARE USED IN

ART

SPACE IMPLIED IN 2-D ART

SPACE

IMPLIED DEPTH IN FLAT WORKS

OF ART

CLUE 1

ROW VALUE
200 POINTS


Response 1

YOUR EYES FOLLOWING LINES

IN ART WORK

WHAT IS VISUAL

MOVEMENT?

A DEFINED 2-DIMENSIONAL

AREA

WHAT IS A SHAPE?

BANDS OF COLOR THAT ARE

CREATED BY PASSING WHITE

LIGHT THROUGH A PRISM

WHAT IS A SPECTRUM?

HOW THINGS FEEL OR LOOK

LIKE THEY WOULD FEEL IF YOU

COULD TOUCH THEM

WHAT IS TEXTURE?

LIGHT VALUE OF A HUE

WHAT IS TINT?

SYSTEM USED TO CREATE

ILLUSION OF DEPTH OR

VOLUME IN 2-D (FLAT) ART

WHAT IS PERSPECTIVE?

CLUE 2

ROW VALUE
400 POINTS


Response 2

A SERIES OF POINTS THAT A

VIEWER'S EYES

AUTOMATICALLY CONNECT OR

FOLLOW

WHAT IS IMPLIED

LINE?

IRREGULAR AND UNEVEN

SHAPE OR FORM

WHAT IS FREE-FORM?

(OR ORGANIC)

NAME THE 6 SPECTRUM

COLORS

RED, ORANGE, YELLOW,

GREEN, BLUE AND

TEXTURE THAT YOU CAN FEEL

WHAT IS TACTILE

TEXTURE? (REAL

DARK VALUE OF A HUE

WHAT IS SHADE?

WHERE LINES APPEAR TO

MEET AS THEY APPROACH THE

HORIZON

WHAT IS A VANISHING

POINT?

CLUE 3

ROW VALUE
600 POINTS


Response 3

REAL OR IMPLIED LINES THAT

FOLLOW THE OUTER EDGES

OF SHAPES

WHAT IS OUTLINE OR

CONTOUR LINE?

PRECISE, MATHEMATICAL

SHAPE OR FORM

WHAT IS GEOMETRIC?

ANOTHER WORD FOR COLOR

WHAT IS HUE?

ILLUSION OF TEXTURE THAT

YOU CAN SEE, BUT YOU CAN'T

FEEL

WHAT IS VISUAL

TEXTURE? (IMPLIED

ADD THIS TO A HUE TO

CREATE A NEW TINT OF THE

HUE

WHAT IS WHITE?

NEAR, FAR, OR MIDDLE INTENSE

BRIGHT HUES ARE USED IN

ATMOSPHERIC PERSPECTIVE

TO MAKE OBJECTS APPEAR

TO BE __

WHAT IS NEAR?

CLUE 4

ROW VALUE
800 POINTS


Response 4

VERTICAL, HORIZONTAL,

DIAGONAL, CURVED, OR

ZIGZAG ARE WORDS THAT

DESCRIBE THIS IN A LINE

WHAT IS DIRECTION?

3-DIMENSIONAL OBJECTS

WHAT ARE FORMS?

TINT OR SHADE OF A COLOR

(LIGHTNESS/DARKNESS)

WHAT IS VALUE?

A DULL SURFACE THAT

SOFTLY DIFFUSES LIGHT

WHAT IS MATTE?

ADD THIS TO A HUE TO

CREATE A NEW SHADE OF A

HUE

WHAT IS BLACK?

OBJECTS THAT ARE

ACTUALLY THE SAME SIZE

WILL APPEAR __ AS THEY ARE

CLOSER TO THE HORIZON

WHAT IS SMALLER?

CLUE 5

ROW VALUE
1000 POINTS


Response 5

NAME 5 WAYS LINE IS

DESCRIBED

LENGTH, WIDTH,

TEXTURE, DIRECTION,

EMPTY SPACES BETWEEN AND

AROUND SHAPES OR FORMS

WHAT IS NEGATIVE

SPACE?

BRIGHTNESS OR DULLNESS OF

A HUE

WHAT IS INTENSITY

VISUAL TEXTURE THAT COULD

NOT BE REAL

WHAT IS INVENTED

TEXTURE? (IMAGINED)

RELATIONSHIP OF THE

LIGHTEST VALUES TO THE

DARKEST VALUES IN THE

SAME WORK

WHAT IS CONTRAST?

CREATING DEPTH BY HAVING

ONE OBJECT COVER PART OF

ANOTHER OBJECT

WHAT IS LAYERING?

 CATEGORY:   

RHYTHM, PATTERN &MOVEMENT

FINAL JEOPARDY!®  

 CLUE:   

M.C. ESCHER CREATEDMOVEMENT IN MUCH OF HISWORK BY USING THIS KIND OFPATTERN   

 Response:   

WHAT IS PROGRESSIVE?

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ELEMENTS & PRINCIPLES OF

DOUBLE JEOPARDY!®  

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CATEGORY 5

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Explanation

RHYTHM, PATTERN, &

MOVEMENT

RHYTHM

PATTERN

MOVEMNT

HOW RHYTHM, PATTERN AND

MOVEMENT RELATE TO ART

BALANCE

BALANCE

IDENTIFY THE RELATIONSHIP

VISUAL BALANCE HAS TO ART

PROPORTION & SCALE

PRO-

PORTION

SCALE

IDENTIFY RELATIONSHIPS OF

PROPORTION AND SCALE IN

ART

VARIETY & EMPHASIS

VARIETY &

EM-

PHASIS

IDENTIFY RELATIONSHIPS OF

VARIETY AND EMPHASIS IN

WORKS OF ART

HARMONY & UNITY

HARMONY

& UNITY

IDENTIFY HOW HARMONY AND

UNITY APPLY TO ART

ANALYZE AND CRITIQUE ART

ANALYZE

ART

QUESTIONS THAT APPLY TO

ART CRITIQUE

CLUE 1

ROW VALUE
400 POINTS


Response 1

RHYTHM THAT YOU RECEIVE

THROUGH YOUR EYES RATHER

THAN THROUGH YOUR EARS

WHAT IS VISUAL

RHYTHM?

A DIVIDING LINE THAT WORKS

LIKE THE POINT OF BALANCE

ON A SCALE

WHAT IS A CENTRAL

AXIS?

SIZE RELATIONSHIP OF ONE

PART TO ANOTHER

WHAT IS PROPORTION?

SOMETHING THAT IS BORING,

DULL OR MONOTONOUS IS

LACKING THIS

WHAT IS VARIETY?

QUALITY OF WHOLENESS OR

ONENESS

WHAT IS UNITY?

PUT THESE STEPS IN THE

CORRECT ORDER: JUDGE,

ANALYZE, INTERPRET,   &

DESCRIBE

1-DESCRIBE 2-ANALYZE

3-INTERPRET 4-JUDGE

CLUE 2

ROW VALUE
800 POINTS


Response 2

THE UNIT THAT IS REPEATED IN

VISUAL PATTERN

WHAT IS A MOTIF?

EQUAL OR VERY SIMILAR

ELEMENTS ARE ON OPPOSITE

SIDES OF A CENTRAL AXIS

WHAT IS FORMAL

BALANCE?

REFERS TO SIZE AS MEASURED

AGAINST A STANDARD

REFERENCE

WHAT IS SCALE?

THE FIRST PART OF A WORK

TO ATTRACT THE ATTENTION

OF THE VIEWER

WHAT IS THE FOCAL

POINT?

CREATES UNITY BY STRESSING

THE SIMILARITIES OF

SEPARATE BUT RELATED

PARTS

WHAT IS HARMONY?

TO TELL HOW THINGS ARE

SIMILAR TO EACH OTHER

WHAT IS COMPARE?

CLUE 3

ROW VALUE
1200 POINTS


Response 3

THIS KIND OF RHYTHM OR

PATTERN HAS IDENTICAL

BEATS OR MOTIFS

WHAT IS REGULAR?

A SPECIAL TYPE OF FORMAL

BALANCE IN WHICH TWO

HALVES ARE MIRROR IMAGES

OF EACH OTHER

WHAT IS SYMMETRY?

AN ARRANGEMENT THAT

DISREGARDS THE ACTUAL SIZE

OF FIGURES/OBJECTS TO

INDICATE RANK OR

IMPORTANCE

WHAT IS HIERARCHICAL

PROPORTION?

MAKING ONE PART OF A WORK

DOMINANT OVER THE OTHER

PARTS

WHAT IS EMPHASIS?

WHEN YOU CAN'T

CONCENTRATE ON THE WORK

AS A WHOLE, BECAUSE ALL OF

THE PARTS DEMAND

SEPARATE ATTENTION, IT'S

MISSING

WHAT IS UNITY?

TO TELL HOW THINGS ARE

DIFFERENT FROM EACH OTHER

WHAT IS CONTRAST?

CLUE 4

ROW VALUE
1600 POINTS


Response 4

3-DIMENSIONAL MOTIF

WHAT IS A MODULE?

THE FORCES OF ELEMENTS

COME OUT FROM A CENTRAL

POINT

WHAT IS RADIAL

BALANCE?

DEVIATIONS FORM EXPECTED

NORMAL PROPORTIONS OR

SCALE

WHAT ARE

EXAGGERATIONS OR

THIS IS ACHIEVED BY ADDING

SOMETHING DIFFERENT TO A

DESIGN TO PROVIDE A BREAK

IN THE REPETITION

WHAT IS VARIETY? (OR

CONTRAST)

LIMITING THE NUMBER OF

VARIATIONS OF AN ELEMENT IN

A WORK

WHAT IS SIMPLICITY?

TO EXPLAIN OR TELL THE

MEANING OR MOOD OF AN ART

WORK

WHAT IS

INTERPRETATION?

CLUE 5

ROW VALUE
2000 POINTS


Response 5

NAME 3 KINDS OF

RHYTHMS/PATTERNS

REGULAR, RANDOM,

ALTERNATING,

BALANCE OF UNLIKE OBJECTS

WHAT IS INFORMAL

BALANCE?

CONSIDERED TO BE A PERFECT

RATIO OF ONE PART TO

ANOTHER

WHAT IS GOLDEN MEAN?

(OR GOLDEN SECTION)

NAME 5 TECHNIQUES TO

CREATE A FOCAL POINT

CONTRAST, ISOLATION,

LOCATION,

ARTISTS USE VARIETY,

EMPHASIS, AND HARMONY TO

ENHANCE THIS

WHAT IS UNITY?

MAKING AESTHETIC

JUDGEMENTS ABOUT ART

WHAT IS ART

CRITICISM?

 CATEGORY:   

RHYTHM, PATTERN &MOVEMENT

FINAL JEOPARDY!®  

 CLUE:   

M.C. ESCHER CREATEDMOVEMENT IN MUCH OF HISWORK BY USING THIS KIND OFPATTERN   

 Response:   

WHAT IS PROGRESSIVE?

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