Who wants to be a Physiology Millionaire?

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Who wants
to be a
Millionaire?
Hosted by
Mr. Flynn
Confident?
The Prizes
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$100
$200
$500
$1,000
$2,000
$4,000
$8,000
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$16,000
$32,000
- $64,000
- $125,000
- $250,000
- $500,000
- $1,000,000
Lifelines
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“Phone a friend-Mr. Flynn”
Ask the audience-a classmate
$100
What is a hominid?
A- an
Anearly
earlyancestor
ancestorof
of humans
humans
B-
the full skeleton of a human
C-
any ape species from Africa
D-
a very advanced human
$200
One of the characteristics of Lucy and her
relatives that was different from modern
humans’ was that their:
A-
hands were like an ape’s.
B- brains
brains were
were much
much smaller.
smaller.
C-
arms were much shorter.
D-
jaws were more indented.
$500
What is one main difference Upright
Man had from Lucy and the Handy
Man?
A-
Hominids in the Upright Man stood up straight.
B-
Hominids in the Upright Man group were very short.
C-
Hominids in the Upright Man were strong bipeds.
D-
Hominids in the Upright Man used simple tools.
$1,000
The hominid group of Homo
sapiens, or Wise Man, is the:
A- tall ape group that existed before modern humans.
B- large-brained group that modern humans belong to.
C- last group of hominids that had a hunched body.
D- first hominid to migrate and settle in new areas.
$2,000
What is one way Lucy and her
ancestors were similar to
modern humans?
A-
They were about the same height as modern humans.
B-
They could speak a simple language and read symbols.
C-
They were biped, meaning they could walk on two legs.
D-
They made tools that helped them hunt and gather food.
$4,000
What is one reason scientists
believe Neanderthals had a
sense of community?
AA-They
Theyburied
buriedthe
thedead
deadin
inburial
burialgrounds.
grounds.
B- They built structures similar to castles.
C- They formed troops and battled each other.
D- They wrote simple stories and poems.
$8,000
Which of the following is true of Lucy, the
hominid Donald Johanson discovered in
1974?
A–
She is in the same hominid group as modern humans are.
B – She
Sheisisone
one
of of
thethe
earliest
earliest
hominids
hominids
to everto
beever
discovered.
be discovered.
C–
She was in a group of hominids that grew to be 9 feet tall.
D–
She and her relatives probably used four limbs to walk.
$16,000
The prehistoric human’s artwork
shows that they:
A-
spoke a developed language.
B-
designed intricate battle plans.
C-
communicated their feelings.
D-
wrote treaties and agreements.
$32,000
Scientists believe that hominids in the
Upright Man group were the first to:
A- migrate out of Africa.
B- walk using two feet.
C- sing songs together.
D- eat animal meat.
$64,000
How did Handy Man’s ability to
make tools affect their lives?
A- It improved their communication.
B- It helped them live longer.
C- It made them great warriors.
D- It isolated them from animals.
$125,000
Scientists believe that the Upright’s Man group’s
ability to move places, use fire, and build shelters
helped them:
A-
develop their own language and speech.
B- survive longer than other hominds
hominidscould.
could.
C-
travel across the ocean to live on islands.
D-
form complex trade and barter systems.
$250,000
How was Handy Man different from
Lucy?
A- Handy Man was not a biped species, unlike Lucy.
B- Handy Man only had human features, unlike Lucy.
C- Handy Man’s brain was twice the size of Lucy’s.
D- Handy Man’s height was much shorter than Lucy’s.
$500,000
The biggest advantage of hominids in the
Upright Man group was their ability to:
A-
make clothes.
B-
tame horses.
C-
trade items.
D-
work with fire.
$1,000,000
Neanderthals were skilled tool
makers mostly because of their:
A- large
Bimpressive
brains,
physical
and intelligence.
strength.
B- large brains, and intelligence.
C- tall figure, and long limbs.
D- gigantic hands, and thick skin.
Winner!
Bonus
Question
A paleoanthropologist
specializes in the study of the:
A- development and culture of the earliest hominids.
B- kings and queens of the earliest modern humans.
C- communication and social systems of early apes.
D- trade and barter systems among modern humans.
DOUBLE Bonus
Question
How do scientists believe hominids
in the Double Wise Man group were
able to migrate to North and South
America?
A- They travelled land bridges that are now covered by water.
B- They constructed ships made out of wood and very hard clay.
C- They canoed to islands, and eventually reached the Americans.
D- They built manmade bridges across various bodies of water.
TRIPLE Bonus
Question
How did the prehistoric humans’ inventions
of the spear thrower and the bow and
arrow affect their hunting?
A-
It helped them examine animals, allowing them to study anatomy.
B-
It made them eat less vegetation, which helped the environment.
C-
It caused them to eat too much meat, making many species extinct.
DD- It helped them hunt from a distance, which made hunting safer.
It helped them hunt from a distance, which made hunting safer.

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