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Lets Play... Jeopardy

Lesson on how to work Jeopardy Labs
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Kaitlyn Donnelly

on 17 April 2013

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Transcript of Lets Play... Jeopardy

Let’s Play... Jeopardy By: Kaitlyn and Hannah Name 2 awards that Jeopardy won? History of the Jeopardy Television Show The show's broadcast history in the United States spans nearly five decades.
The original version was first seen on NBC on March 30, 1964, and was part of the network's daytime lineup until 1975.
A weekly nighttime edition of the show aired from September 9, 1974 to September 5, 1975.
A revival, The All-New Jeopardy ran as a daytime series from October 2, 1978 until March 2, 1979. Jeopardy's Awards On September 10, 1984, Jeopardy returned to television as a daily series with Alex Trebek as host.
Since its debut, this version of the program has gone on to win a record 30 Daytime Emmy Awards and a Peabody Award, and both TV Guide and the Game Show Network have ranked it as the second greatest game show of all time.
In addition, the program has gained a worldwide following with a multitude of international adaptations. What is Jeopardy Are you Ready to Learn how to use Jeopardy Labs? It’s Question Time What we use Jeopardy Labs for We can use Jeopardy Labs for school, for business, and even just for fun.
Thousands of people use Jeopardy Labs; even some students in our class used it in their government presentations.
Jeopardy Labs also allows the end of your presentations to be fun by providing a game that feels like real jeopardy. What is Jeopardy Labs? Jeopardy Labs allows you to create a customized jeopardy template without PowerPoint.
The games you make can be played online from anywhere in the world.
Jeopardy Labs is a website that you use to make a jeopardy game free of cost. Are There Any
Questions? What do we use Jeopardy Labs for? We can use Jeopardy Labs for school, for business, and even just for fun. 30 Daytime Emmy Awards and a Peabody Award. Bonus Question! Where do you go to start making a jeopardy? You go to Google and you type in Jeopardy Labs. Then you press build a jeopardy and then you can start. Hope you enjoyed our presentation!!! Daytime Emmy Award Peabody Award First of all, we will first tell you what jeopardy is exactly is? Jeopardy is an American television quiz show created by Merv Griffin. Like most programs of its type, it features trivia in a wide variety of topics, including history, language, literature, the arts, the sciences, popular culture, geography, and wordplay
Jeopardy has a unique answer-and-question format in which contestants are presented with clues in the form of answers, and must phrase their responses in question form
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