Quiz Questions: Jeopardy in Reverse

Last Updated: May 16, 2018

Quiz Questions: Jeopardy in Reverse

Out of all the activities on the website, this activity never fails me. Not a single time… It’s even unsilenced the quietest kids. The thing about Reverse Quiz Show is that it always boosts students talking time. I’ve had all levels of students enjoy the reverse quiz show game. They just have to know how to play.

Instead of answering questions like in a quiz show, students are making the questions. Each card has a word with a point value. Similar to Jeopardy, you create 5 categories. Each category has 5 questions with harder cards as a higher point value.

In groups of 4, students pick the category and point value. After flipping over the card, the fastest group to raise their hands make a question. Give a countdown for how fast they have to respond. Don’t be afraid to give negative points if they are too slow to respond or make an incorrect question.

Students get quite competitive when you tally points. And this is a good thing.

Quiz Questions Answers

100$ – London (What is the capital of England?)
200$ – Ottawa (What is the capital of Canada?)
300$ – Lima (What is the capital of Peru?)
400$ – Ulaanbaatar (What is the capital of Mongolia?)
500$ – Accra (What is the capital of Ghana?)

100$ – Cheetah (What is the fastest animal)
200$ – Giraffe (What animal has the longest neck?)
300$ – Reindeer (What animal pulls Santa’s sleigh?)
400$ – Whale (What is the largest animal in the ocean?)
500$ – Turtle (What animal had the longest life span?)

100$ – Sushi (What is the national dish of Japan?)
200$ – Grapes (What is wine made of?)
300$ – Maple Syrup (What type of syrup is extracted from maple syrup)
400$ – Kimchi (What is the national food of North Korea?)
500$ – Nasi Goreng (What is fried rice in Indonesian?)

100$ – Soccer (What is the world’s most popular sport?)
200$ – Baseball (What sport does Ichiro Suzuki play?)
300$ – Ice Hockey (What is the most popular sport in Canada?)
400$ – Badminton (What sport do you use a racquet and shuttle?)
500$ – Curling (What sport do you throw rocks on the ice into rings?)

100$ – Mount Everest (What is the tallest mountain in the world?)
200$ – Antarctica (What is the coldest continent in the world?)
300$ – China (What country had the highest population?)
400$ – Alaska (What is the coldest state in the United States?)
500$ – Dead Sea (What is the lowest place on Earth?)

100$ – Jupiter (What is the largest planet in our solar system?)
200$ – Isaac Newton (Who discovered gravity?)
300$ – The Brain (What body part controls how you think?)
400$ – H2O (What is the symbol for water?)
500$ – Alexander Graham Bell (Who invented the telephone?)

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