Transcript: a. 2%; 1% b. 10%; 7% c. 50%; 5% d. 20%; 10% A) Newport, Camel, Marlboro B) Pall Mall, Kool, Marlboro C) Camel, Lucky Strike, Newport D) L&M, Newport, Marlboro a. Hispanics, American Indians and Alaska Natives b. New American communities c. Women d. Youth of color A) 654 billion dollars B) 67 billion dollars C) 56 billion dollars D) 293 billion dollars A) 0%--smoking doesn't cause diabetes B) 95% C) 30% to 40% D) 45% or higher How many teens and adults smoke? A) Convincing people to eat healthier B) Having parents tell their children to stop smoking C) Advertising against smoking D) Raising cigarette prices a. 50,245 b. 78,298 c. 173,940 d. 253, 610 What is one way tobacco companies advertise to youth? People who smoke are ________ more at risk to develop Type II Diabetes. A) 83.6 million dollars on discounted tobacco products B) 8.4 billion dollers on advertsing C) None--they were out of money D) $56,000 per day A) Philip Morris B) Lorilored C) Neport D) Reynolds American Inc Smoking causes what percent of all lung cancer deaths in the United States? The average youth in the United States is exposed to _____ tobacco ads each year. Certain minority groups are targeted by particular tobacco products. Rio, Dorado, and American Spirit have been specifically advertised towards _________________. A) $50,000 B) $34,000 C) $56,00 D) Billions of dollars Trivia Night A) Peer pressure B) Parents C) Stress D) All of the above How can tobacco retailers keep tobacco products out of view of consumers? Which are the three most heavily advertised tobacco brands? In 2011, tobacco companies sold 293 billion cigarettes. Which company sold the most? Round Two A) 57% B) 30% C) 20% D) 7% A) 85% B) 90% C) Tobacco does not cause lung cancer D) 99.99% a. 575 b. 689 c. 742 d. 892 Why do people start smoking? Round One What is the single most effective way to reduce cigarette smoking? Where are the top places tobacco products are put in stores? Tobacco Health Questions Hussein Sadik A) Hide tobacco products behind snacks B) Change the packaging of tobacco products to look like packs of gum. C) Keep tobacco products under the counter or behind opaque shelving. D) Put tobacco products in camoflauge packaging How does Tobacco-Control Legislation affect tobacco products? Every ___ percent increase in the price of cigarettes reduces youth consumption by ___ percent. How much money do tobacco companies spend each year on advertising? a. 267 b. 333 c. 486 d. 559 In 2011, tobacco companies spent over... What percentage of the world’s population smokes? A) 1 in 10 B) 1 in 5 C) 1 in 100 D) 1 in 50 A) Commercials featuring popular athletes B) Using Ronal McDonald as a spokesperon C) Using telemarketing D) All of the above A) Next to candy B) Next to toys C) Next to the check-out counter D) All of the above From 2009-2010 how much was spent on cigarettes altogether? Tobacco companies target women by associating tobacco with being popular, independent, thin, and attractive. Partially as a result of this targeting, an estimated ______ women die from smoking-caused diseases each year. A) There are higher taxes on tobacco products B) The packaging is more appealing C) They become less expensive D) All of the above African American communities have been bombarded with cigarette advertising. African American adults are exposed to ____ tobacco ads each year. 62 ECG bpm
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Transcript: Overview: Trivia Night 10 Rounds, 5 Questions Questions for campers and care providers Each correct answer receives 100 points Let's meet our teams! Teams Movies & TV Category 1 What is the name of Harry Potter's pet owl? Question 1 Answer: Hedwig What is the name of the town where the Flintstones live? Question 2 Answer: Bedrock Question 3 Which movie was incorrectly announced as the winner of Best Picture at the 2017 Academy Awards? Answer: La La Land Question 4 Which famous TV series featured a reference or picture of Superman in every episode? Answer: Seinfeld Question 5 What group consists of Blossom, Buttercup, and Bubbles? Answer: The Powerpuff Girls Animals Category 2 How many bones do sharks have? Question 1 Answer: Zero What baby animal is called a kid? Question 2 Answer: A goat What is Scotland's national animal? Question 3 Answer: The Unicorn How many noses does a slug have? Question 4 Answer: 4 How fast can a roadrunner run? Question 5 Answer: 20 MPH Sports Category 3 Which indoor sport is the most popular in the US? Question 1 Answer: Basketball Question 2 How many innings are in a game of baseball? Answer: 9 What is the only country to play in every World Cup? Question 3 Answer: Brazil Question 4 What is it called when a bowler makes three strikes in a row? Answer: Turkey In which sport are the terms "stale fish" and "mule kick" used? Question 5 Answer: Snowboarding Music Category 4 What are the names of the members of The Beatles? Question 1 Answer: John Lennon, George Harrison, Ringo Star, and Paul McCartney What was Elvis Presley's first hit in 1956? Question 2 Answer: "Heartbreak Hotel" Question 3 Which singer is the a godmother to Elton John's two sons? Answer: Lady Gaga What is Fergie's real name? Question 4 Answer: Stacie Ann Ferguson Finish the lyrics, "No, I don't want to meet you nowhere. No, I don't want none of your ____." Question 5 Answer: Time TLC "No Scrubs" Bible Category 5 In what city was Jesus born? Question 1 Answer: Bethlehem Which Gospel is written by a doctor? Question 2 Answer: Luke How many apostles did Jesus have? Question 3 Answer: 12 On which day of Creation did God create man? Question 4 Answer: The Sixth Day Who turned into a pillar of salt because she looked back as Sodom and Gomarrah were being destroyed? Question 5 Answer: Lot's wife Disney Category 6 What are the names of Snow White's Seven Dwarfs? Question 1 Answer: Sleepy, Sneezy, Happy, Grumpy, Dopey, Doc, and Bashful What animated classic was the first film of the late twentieth century "Disney Renaissance"? Question 2 Answer: The Little Mermaid Which classic movie is Wall-E a fan of? Question 3 Answer: Hello, Dolly! Who is Experiment 626? Question 4 Answer: Stitch What does "Hakuna Mata" mean? Question 5 Answer: No Worries Science Category 7 What is the closest star to the Earth? Question 1 Answer: The sun How many teeth does an adult human have? Question 2 Answer: 32 What type of matter are atoms most tightly packed? Question 3 Answer: Solids What do planets orbit around? Question 4 Answer: The Sun What is the shape of a full moon? Question 5 Answer: A circle American History Category 8 On what date was the Declaration of Independence signed? Question 1 Answer: July 4, 1776 Who was the first US president to live in the White House? Question 2 Answer: John Adams In which year was the political party "Whig" formed? Question 3 Answer: 1834 The American Revolution ended after which treaty? Question 4 Answer: The Treaty of Paris The Statue of Liberty is in which US city? Question 5 Answer: New York City Brands Category 9 Which company has the slogan, "Betcha can't eat just one"? Question 1 Answer: Lay's Which company does this logo belong to? Question 2 Answer: Playstation Which company does this logo belong to? Question 3 Answer: Starbucks Which company featured a Chihuahua in their 1997 commercial campaign? Question 4 Answer: Taco Bell Finish the slogan, "The best part of waking up, is ____________." Question 5 Answer: Folgers in your cup Holidays Category 10 What are the names of Santa's nine reindeer? Question 1 Answer: Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Donner, Blitzen, Rudolph Question 2 According to a recent survey, what percentage of Americans eats chocolate Easter bunnies ears first? Answer: 68% What do people "bob" for on Halloween? Question 3 Answer: Apples What year was the first Macy's Thanksgiving Parade held? Question 4 Answer: 1924 What was the most popular 2020 New Year's resolution? Question 5 Answer: To exercise more Tie Breaker Tie Breaker Who invented the telephone? Question 1 Answer: Alexander Graham Bell, in 1876 How many floors are in the Empire State Building? Question 2 Answer: 102 What color is the absence of color? Question 3 Answer: Black
Transcript: What Great Lake state has more shoreline of any kind than the entire U.S. Atlantic seaboard? Of the list, which animal can't vomit? A) Cow B) Giraffe C) Elephant D) Horse Vatican City What's the smallest country in the world? Ringo Starr, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison The hanging gardens of Babylon What mammal has the longest gestation period? A) Kangaroo B) elephant C) Blue Whale D) Human The hardest natural substance known is what? The water Moccasin has a nickname, what is it? Oscar the Grouch is green, however this change took place between season one and season two of Sesame Street after, according to the grouch himself, he visited the very damp Swamp Mushy Muddy and turned green overnight. What color was Oscar in the first season of Sesame Street? Health and Wellness Drinks What type of animal is a 'skink?' How many U.S. states border the Gulf of Mexico? Bonus: In ‘The Simpsons’, what is the name of the beer served in Springfield? Lincoln, Madison, Jackson, Jefferson City Art James Earl Jones 1400 Ibs Film Entertainment B) 27 days The Designer of the current US flag design was 17 years old, and he did it for a school project. What grade did he make on his design? B The heaviest human ever recorded was the American Jon Minnoch, who died in 1983 at the age of 42. Within 200 pounds, what was his maximum weight? Science Trivia Energy In The Lion King, who narrated the voice of Mufasa, Simba’s father? Bonus: Which garden is considered to be among the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World? Diamond Take What was the first planet to be discovered using the telescope, in 1781? B - Strawberry What are the three parts to the discipleship cycle? World Knowledge Name three of the Beatles What continent has the fewest flowering plants? Name two actors who played James Bond. Animals Hearts What were the names of the three ships the Boston tea Party took place on? A) The Dartmouth B) Queen Anne's Lace C) The Beaver D) The Plymouth E) The Voyager F) The Eleanor G) The Water Scooter H) The Elizabeth How often do we shed and regrow our outer skin cells? A) 7 days B) 27 days C) 4 1/2 month D) 2 years Duff Uranus Maine Captain Morgan Orange What does the symbol RX mean on prescriptions? Worship, Education, Communitiy Service Random Facts C) Polish What’s the ballet term for a 360-degree turn on one foot? Left D) Horse Winter History flesh What beverage that was introduced to Europe by Arab traders, was considered by many Roman Catholics to be the "wine of the infidels", but was officially recognized as a Christian drink by Pope Clement VIII in an edict issues in 1592? A) Coffee B) White wine C) Camels milk D) Tea Michigan In a regular deck of cards, what king does not have a mustache? Night Blonde Answers A, C, F Sean Connery, George Lazenby, Timothy Dalton, Pierce Brosnan, Daniel Craig, Barry Nelson, David Niven, Roger Moore Illumine 5! Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida Name the four U.S. state capital cities named after U.S. Presidents? What small group do you need to be a part of in may? What nationality was Chopin? A) German B) Hungarian C) Polish D)Yugoslavian E) Russian National Aeronotics & Space Administration Did Neil Armstrong put his left or his right foot down on the moon first? State Knowledge What is the only state whose name is a single syllable? See life better Cotton Mouth The acronym NASA stands for what? Bonus: What does E stand for in E=MC2? What real pirate became the lieutenant governor of Jamaica and had a beverage named after him? In which season do most burglaries take place? On average, a person of what hair color has the most number of hairs on their heads? Antarctica Pirouette What is the only type of fruit that has its seeds on the outside? Lizard Coffee What is Illumine's motto?
Transcript: A) Nelson Rockefeller B) Joe Biden C) Andrew Johnson D) Thomas Jefferson E) Richard Nixon F) John Adams Sports & Leisure Question 6: Which side of the boat is the starboard side? Arts & Literature BONUS QUESTION: Michael Jordan is the wealthiest athlete of all time. As of 2019, what is his current net worth? [Three teams closest to the right answer gets one bonus point] Question 5: In the traditional telling, how many years did Sleeping Beauty sleep for? Question 2: What region of France vigorously defends against sparkling wines from other regions using its name? Question 7: What Latin American holiday celebrates family and friends who have passed away? [There are 2 valid answers] 1) What is the maximum number of clubs you are allowed to carry with you in a round of golf? 2) What three races make up the Triple Crown of horse racing? 3) What NFL team was the first ever to finish a season with a record of 0-16, in 2008? 4) What song is played in the eighth inning of every Boston Red Sox game at Fenway Park? 5) What mark does a bowler put on a score sheet to indicate a strike? 6) Which side of the boat is the starboard side? 7) What former English soccer star is married to one of the Spice Girls? 8) On a soccer ball, are there more pentagons or hexagons? 9) What was the first professional league in North America to cancel an entire season over a labor dispute? 10) What shot-now a staple of the modern NBA- was first introduced by the American Basketball League in 1961? BONUS QUESTION: List these songs in the order they were released [starting with the earliest] Don’t Stop Believing All the Small Things Sweet Caroline Ice Ice Baby Sweet Home Alabama END OF ROUND 2: Pop Culture BONUS QUESTION: List the layers of the earths atmosphere [outer to inner most layer] Stratosphere Thermosphere Exosphere Troposphere Mesosphere Question 7: On a soccer ball, are there more pentagons or hexagons? Question 5: How many castaways were stranded on Gilligan’s Island? 1) What is Michelangelo’s David holding over his left shoulder? 2) What name is given to a poet officially appointed to champion poetry and compose works for state occasions? 3) What is the man holding in the Grant Wood painting American Gothic? 4) What is both the fifth book of the Hebrew Bible and an old character in the musical Cats? 5) In the traditional telling, how many years did Sleeping Beauty sleep for? 6) What playwright popularized the expressions “as dead as a doornail,” “night owl” and “green eyed monster”? 7) Detective Comics issue no. 27, published in 1939, marked the first appearance of what superhero, who went on to be featured in several blockbuster movies? 8) What special garment allows Harry Potter to move around Hogwarts unseen? 9) In 1990, two men dressed as police officers stole 13 famous works of art by the likes of Rembrandt and Degas from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum which is located in what city? 10) What six-legged E.B. White character says, “People believe almost anything they see in print”? BONUS QUESTION: Michael Jordan is the wealthiest athlete of all time. As of 2019, what is his current net worth? $1.9 Billion BONUS QUESTION: List the layers of the earths atmosphere [outer to inner most layer] Stratosphere Thermosphere Exosphere Troposphere Mesosphere Question 4: What leader succeeded Mikhail Gorbachev, becoming the first president of Russia? What NFL team was the first ever to finish a season with a record of 0-16, in 2008? Detroit Lions What song is played in the eighth inning of every Boston Red Sox game at Fenway Park? Sweet Caroline What is it called when you score three goals in a hockey game? Hat trick What mark does a bowler put on a score sheet to indicate a strike? X Which side of the boat is the starboard side? The righthand side What former English soccer star is married to one of the Spice Girls? David Beckham On a soccer ball, are there more pentagons or hexagons? Hexagons – There are 20 hexagons and 12 pentagons What was the first professional league in North America to cancel an entire season over a labor dispute? NHL- The 2004-05 hockey season was wiped out What shot-now a staple of the modern NBA- was first introduced by the American Basketball League in 1961? Three point shot- The NBA adopted the shot in 1979 Question 5: What Midwestern port city saw its building raised up to 14 feet during the 1850's to prevent flooding from Lake Michigan? Question 9: What gas makes up most of the Earth’s atmosphere? ROUND 3: END OF ROUND 5: Science & Nature ROUND 5: Question 1: In the remake of True Grit, Jeff Bridges starred in the role that was first played by which actor? Question 8: On a soccer ball, are there more pentagons or hexagons? ROUND 4: What does c stand for in Einstein’s famous equation E=mc2? Speed of light What unusually shaped sea creature is among the only species on Earth to have its males carry fertilized eggs and give birth? Seahorses What Swedish scientist invented dynamite and established an
Transcript: Time Management Scheduled contingency time by showing up early to set up in case any problems arose.Used cell phone for quick reminders to volunteers Elements of communication: Using the medium firstclass, tasks were delivered efficiently When determining methods for trivia scoring it was important that communication made it all the way back to the feedback stage. This provided valuable insight from all those involved. Challenges: Conflict Management conflict management technique: Collaboration was key to establishing how scoring should be done for trivia night. Deciding how to set up the score sheet was debatable, but through brainstorming ideas we decided to use a spreadsheet to be turned into a leader board. Having been unable to come up with this on my own collaboration played a crucial role in setting up the score board. Person vs self was most likely the most prominent type of conflict during trivia night. Lasting close to three hours continuing to move efficiently was optimistic. Though the natural tendency would be to slow down as the night progressed, I ensured that my volunteers were motivated to continue collecting and marking score cards. Define a team mission Communicate vision and establish goals Develop a code of ethics Establish roles utilize Members Strength Manage conflict successfully Celebrate the success of the team The team developed a sense of group think, but we were invincible. Suggestions: I would suggest when picking volunteers for a fun event to find friends and people you like so you may enjoy the night as well. Benefits: helping out a good cause, gaining experience as a leader and having a fun night. Was it positive? The experience was definitely positive because everyone worked as a team and had a common goal. What I learned: I learned how to collaborate effectively, how to better motivate volunteers, how to communicate tasks/goals, how to manage time and lead effectively. Communication: Pick 1 item from the list of 6 Use specific concrete examples Confidence and Humility Summary/Conclusion Sketches BOH4M Leadership June 11 2013 Position: Master Score Keeper Keys to Group Success Supervisor: Judy Hubbard Organization: Trivia Night Autocratic: - Tasks were simple so I made decisions the group had to work with. -The volunteers were very cooperative and had no problem with my authority. - My requests were repetitive like that of a drill sergeant. Thought and feelings: The experience really gave me a sense of how to coordinate an event and how to establish tasks ahead of time. It felt good to be able to motivate my friends in helping out for a good cause while having fun. This was a positive experience and would likely do it again. I showed Confidence and Humility in planning the event and during the event. I decided it was more efficient to log the scores directly into the computer rather then create a paper copy to be transferred. This showed confidence. Humility was shown when I allowed Mr. Pagotto to create a spreadsheet that could be used as a leader board. This allowed for better representation of the participating trivia leaders. Duties: Keeping Score Responsibilities: managing score keepers and collecting data Tasks: acquire volunteers, operate spreadsheet Time Involved: 4 weeks Where: School When: March 21, 2013 Trivia Night! By Matt McColeman Trivia night provided both intrinsic and extrinsic rewards for my volunteers. While they were able to acquire some of their 40 volunteer hours they also enjoyed the night itself. Having fun with their friends and seeing who could mark the fastest provided prompt motivation. My volunteers immediately had shared norms and a group cohesiveness. Once completed the 7 steps to creating a successful team ie. Summary/Conclusion Leadership style
Transcript: What country did the U.S purchase Alaska from? 200 What does the acronym RAM stand for in a computer operating system? 400 What was the infamous symbol of Nazi Germany? Who says the famous salute, " Live long and prosper"? What country is the hamburger originally from? 400 What continent touches each line of longitude? 300 Entertainment 400 What is the diffusion of water molecules called? In which city was Jesus Born? After Jesus was arrested, which apostle disowned him 3 times? 600 200 What was the largest mammal? 400 What animal has the largest heart of any land animal? 100 300 600 What year was the Declaration of Independence signed? 600 What is the center of an atom called? 500 100 History 500 300 Which gospel was written by a doctor? 500 What is the biggest country after Russia? The horn of Africa is bathed by what ocean? What mountain range is Mt. Everest located in? After Jesus fed 5,000 people with 5 loaves and 2 fish, how many baskets were leftover? What did the ancient Egyptians use to write on? In the Grinch who Stole Christmas, what is the name of the Grinch's dog? 400 How many books are in the New Testement? 100 Geography Who took Jesus' body off of the cross? In Brave, what was the princess' name? What is the largest muscle in the human body? What actor plays the role Wolverine in the movie X-Men? 200 600 How many books are in the New Testement? 600 200 500 200 Which U.S. state produces the most potatoes? 100 300 Bible 500 What is Batman's real name? 300 In which city was Jesus Born? Science Trivia Night 100 In Finding Nemo, what kind of fish is Dory? Who is the third president of the United States of 'Merica? Who is the god of the underworld in Greek Mythology?
Transcript: Sports: Geography Answer: Science: What is the name of the hit song for actor Mark Wahlberg ? Tim Berners Lee created what in March 12, 1989? Which TV show is about a chemistry teacher turned meth maker? Book Answer: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (TMNT) Texas Sports Answer: Book: Music: August 21, 1959 60 Second Challenge: What is Dr. Seuss' full name? Music Answer: Which boy band sings "It's Gonna Be Me? Geography 24 Science Answer: Name two of the three states with only four letters in its name. Television: Name this country: Random Answer: Which school was the latest to win NCAA Football and NCAA Basketball championship in the same year? Bill Russell with 11 Championships 60 Second Challenge Answer: Avatar Mark Mark- Good Vibrations What is the highest mountain peak in the US? Mt. McKinley (Denali) at 20,320 ft Movie: Culture: Solar/ Planetary System Book Answer: Random: Santa Maria Name at least two of the countries that begin with a V. Television Answer: Quinceanera History Answer: 60 Second Challenge Answer: Random Answer: Which element has the atomic number of 11 on the periodic table? Panama Canal Science Answer: Affidavit Draft Punk- Random Access Memories What is the name of the biographical for which Matthew McConaughey won the Academy Award for Best Actor? Geography Answer: How many miles are in a marathon? History Answer: Random: Canada Random Answer: Utah, Iowa, Ohio Television: Science: History: Movie: Name this: In South America, what is the ship canal that connects the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans? Dallas Buyers Club Sports: Books: N'Sync University of Florida in 2006 Who won the 2014 Grammy for Overall Album of the year? University of Florida Movie Answer: In Latin American culture, what is a huge party called for when a girl becomes fifteen years old? At which university was the beverage Gatorade developed? Music Answer: Name at least three of the actors who has played James Bond. Geography: World Wide Web Television: What is the legal term for a voluntary written statement made under oath? Sports Answer: Culture: Movie Answer: Culture: Culture Answer: Abe Hernendez Phi Iota Alpha 60 Second Challenge: Name this state's flag: 60 Second Challenge: History: Culture Answer: Sean Connery, Roger Moore, Bob Simmons, Daniel Criag, Barry Neleson, George Lazenby, Timothy Dalton, David Nixen, Pierce Bronson Science: Vanuatu, Vatican City State, Venezuela, Vietnam, Virgin Islands Sodium (Na) Name this Character: Music: Movie: Who wrote the Twilight Saga? Which film has the highest gross without inflation? Walt Disney Rules: Sports: Random: In the Harry Potter series, what is the Hogwarts Headmaster name? Books: Selfie Innovative Arts & Events University Programs firstname.lastname@example.org Music Answer: Raphael, Donatello,Leonardo, and Michael Angelo are characters from what tv series? Teams may consist of 1 – 6 members Teams will have 1.5 minutes to answer each question. NO SMARTPHONES OR COMPUTERS ALLOWED. Easy questions: 2 points Medium questions: 5 points Difficult questions: 10 points Prizes will be awarded to the top 3 teams with the highest point totals. Book Answer: History: Television Answer: Television Answer: The End!!! When did Hawaii receive statehood from the US? Culture Answer: Angelica Puga Geography: Geography Answer: Which NBA player holds the record for the most championships? Trivia Night As an individual, who has won the most Academy Awards in History? Round 3 OLAF The common name for -OH is? What is the name of the ship Christopher Columbus used to sail to the New World? Alcohol Dumbledore 26 Miles or 26.21875 Music: Stephenie Meyer Sports Answer: History Answer: Science: Movie Answer: Round 1 What TV show starts the main character Jack Bauer? Breaking Bad Theodor Seuss Geisel Round 2 60 Second Challenge Answer: Which culturally relevant term was chosen as the Oxford English Dictionary's word of the year?
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