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SaveUsfromtheHaze!!

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AHomemadePowerPointGame
By
CrystalMartin
UnknownSCSSchool

ReducetheHazeofPollution:
SavetheWorld
Help, we cannot breathe!!!!!
It getting hard to breath and you must save the world before we all
suffocate! You are the potential lead scientist of a group of scientific
investigators who hold the key to saving our world from air pollution.
To do this you must prepare the team of scientist (your fellow classmates)
for what they will face. Arm the scientist with the information necessary.
We can only send the best prepared to save our world.
It is up to you to save us all!

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GameDirections
The goal of the game is to create the best field test to vet the scientist
before sending them out to the field. To do this you have to create the
best multiple choice exam of four questions that test their knowledge of
air pollution. We cannot have scientist in the field that lack the skills!
To win the game you have to be the best lead scientist, as determined
by a survey of your peers. After you create your test, each field
scientist will take it and evaluate how well prepared they feel to stop
haze of pollution.
The scientist voted as the best manager by his or her peers will
[REWARD ADDED HERE].
Good Luck!! Were depending on you!!!!

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Credits
All teachers and students at non-profit schools can
use, revise, or adapt this game at will at no cost on
the condition that all prior designers are cited.
Originally designed by Crystal Martin, Graduate
Student University of Memphis, June 2016 with the
title Save Us from the Haze.

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EducationalObjectives
Audience
Ninth Twelfth Graders
Environmental Science

Subject Area Objectives


Students will be able to:
Prepare and list 6 question on the air pollution unit given their
textbooks, notes and information provided during instruction at
100%
Apply PowerPoint development skills given a template at 100%
.Assess the level of understand of other students given their
performance on their PowerPoint Game
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Copyright

Copyright 2003 Crystal Martin


Permission to copy this game at no cost is granted to all teachers and
students of non-profit schools.
Permission is also granted to all teachers and students of non-profit
schools to make revisions to this game for their own purposes, on the
condition that this copyright page and the credits page remain part of
the game. Teachers and students who adapt the game should add their
names and affiliations to the credits page without deleting any names
already there.

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TimetoplaySaveUsfromtheHaze!
FieldScientist,
Thevettingprocessstartsherewithyourfirstquestion.
Question 1:
Which sublayer of the atmosphere
is considered the earths global
sunscreen?

Troposhere

Stratosphere

Score

Check Ans

Correct

Mesophere

Thermosphere
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Next Question

Gr eat!

SaveUsfromtheHaze!Question#2
PotentialLeadScientist,
PlaceYourSecondQuestionHere.
Question 2:
What is another name for the
Stratosphere?
Score

Check Ans

Correct

Ozone Layer
Atmospheric
Layer

O2 Layer
Radiation
Layer
Next Question

Gr eat!

SaveUsfromtheHaze!Question#3
PotentialLeadScientist,
PlaceYourSecondQuestionHere.
Question 3:
Which is a list of the primary air
pollutants?
Score

Check Ans

Correct

SO3, O3, &


H2O2
O3, CO, &
H3SO4
NO, CO, &
CO2
CO, HNO3, &
SO3
Next Question

Gr eat!

SaveUsfromtheHaze!Question#4
PotentialLeadScientist,
PlaceYourSecondQuestionHere.
Question 4:
This the name for all types of
pollution which cause lung
disease, corrosion, haze, and dead
fish.
Score
Check Ans

Correct

Suspended
Particle Matter
Lead
Carbon
Monoxide
Acid Rain
Desposition
Next Question

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AreYouReadyto
SaveUsfromtheHaze!
FieldScientist,
Thankyouforbeinguptothechallenge.
Youhavethefollowingrankandscore:
Score:

Rank:

Next Lead Scientist

NextSteps:

Save the World!!!

References

References
Air Pollution for Kids. (2015). Air pollution [Online image]. Retrieved from:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sAKyhfxxr7s
Miller, G.T. (2005). Living in the environment. Pacific Grove, CA: Thomson
Learning, Inc.
Sound Bible (n.d.). Gagging sound [wav file]. Retrieved from: http://
soundbible.com/844-Gagging.html