9 Step Microsoft PowerPoint Tutorial
Learn to create an Interactive
Jeopardy PowerPoint Game at the end of this!
Download the customisable Jeopardy PowerPoint Template with an Interactive score counter which allows you to add and subtract points and scores from the three players on the click of those shapes.
It also has Music, Animations and the option to toggle a winner. There is also the feature of “Final Jeopardy Question”
This Jeopardy PowerPoint Game Template will help teachers create their own custom Jeopardy game that can fulfill various objectives within the classroom such as:
1. Getting your students ready for a big test.
2. Revision of prior information
3. Preparation for a new chapter or unit!
'Macros for Player 1' Sub P1Plus100() P1.Caption = (P1.Caption) + 100 End Sub Sub P1Plus200() P1.Caption = (P1.Caption) + 200 End Sub Sub P1Plus300() P1.Caption = (P1.Caption) + 300 End Sub Sub P1Reset() P1.Caption = 0 End Sub 'Macros for Player 2' Sub P2Plus100() P2.Caption = (P2.Caption) + 100 End Sub Sub P2Plus200() P2.Caption = (P2.Caption) + 200 End Sub Sub P2Plus300() P2.Caption = (P2.Caption) + 300 End Sub Sub P2Reset() P2.Caption = 0 End Sub
Sub Wager1C() SlideLayout13.P1.Caption = SlideLayout13.P1.Caption + Int(Wager1.Value) Wager1.Value = "" End Sub Sub Wager1W() SlideLayout13.P1.Caption = SlideLayout13.P1.Caption - Int(Wager1.Value) Wager1.Value = "" End Sub Sub Wager2C() SlideLayout13.P2.Caption = SlideLayout13.P2.Caption + Int(Wager2.Value) Wager2.Value = "" End Sub Sub Wager2W() SlideLayout13.P2.Caption = SlideLayout13.P2.Caption - Int(Wager2.Value) Wager2.Value = "" End Sub
wager in jeopardy final question
A new wager feature is added to our Jeopardy PowerPoint Game Template which can be embedded in the scoreboards during a Daily Double or for the Final Jeopardy Question.
We can add an ActiveX TextBox Element below the ActiveX Label (scoreboard points counter for Jeopardy Contestants) in our PowerPoint Slide.
Two unique buttons are created by dragging and drawing a shape within the slide, they are placed next to the first ActiveX TextBox. Similarly, repeat the process for all the ActiveX TextBoxes.
The ActiveX Textbox serves as the input for the wager. The host can type the wager of the participants within the box.
Remember the set of two unique shapes? They are going to serve as the buttons which would run the Macro “Wager1C” or “Wager1W”. They respectively refer to the instance where the answer is correct and the participant wins the Jeopardy Wager in this PowerPoint Game Template and the other instance of them getting the answer wrong and losing the wager.
The values of the ActiveX Wager Textboxes are either added or subtracted based on whether the answer of the participant is correct or incorrect.
The values within the ActiveX Textbox is then reset after the wager is completed.