I have used this format for review. Betting seems to be a good motivation for my students.
The students have 20 points at the start.
ALT will show the question first. Clicking space or the next arrow will trigger the jeopardy timer / instrumental music to start. If you notice, the timers are set differently in each slide, depending on the question. You can change the length by clicking the timer and trimming it.
The students will write their answer on the worksheet. Then, they will choose among Loid, Yor, and Anya by marking their choice.
Once the time is up, ALT can show the correct answer and go to the next slide. Click on the icons of each character. It will reveal the corresponding points.
If the student's answer is wrong, they get zero. Their total would be whatever the last total was. For instance, if it's the first question and they got zero, their total would be 20 points.
If the student's answer is correct, they get the corresponding points of their chosen character. They will write the points they got on the "Points" section of the worksheet, and add it to their total score.
I put quirky points just to add ~spice~ to the game, so some have zero, minus, or x2. However, I haven't added huge points for minus so that students don't end up with zero or a negative score. Should be fine!
I got the questions from the Joyful Workbook with some revisions to the names, verbs, places, etc.