Week_6_and_7_-_Air_Force_Heritage

Week_6_and_7_-_Air_Force_Heritage - Air Force Heritage...

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Unformatted text preview: Air Force Heritage Knowledge Bowl Samples of Behavior List Critical events of the Combined Bomber Offensive Identify the state of American airpower upon entering WWI Identify a key technological advancement of the Korean War Define major air campaigns of the Vietnam conflict State the objective of the Mercury, Gemini and Apollo space programs State the goal of each of the four phases of the air campaign during DESERT STORM As of: Overview Video Rules of Engagement (ROE) 10 Round Heritage Bowl Rules of Engagement Preparation: Clear desks of all books, notes, etc. Knowledge Bowl will consist of ten rounds of seven questions Rules: 4 Players per team No one can play more than two rounds in a row 1 Scorekeeper per team; position will rotate every round Remaining team members used as spotters Rotate team after each round Rules of Engagement Players may not discuss the questions before or after the question is read Anyone talking besides the person answering the question will cost their team 5 points Correct answers worth 10 points; Incorrect answers lose 5 points Instructor will read each question until one of the students raises his/her hand If a student interrupts the instructor during the reading of a question, that side forfeits their opportunity to answer the question Rules of Engagement Once the instructor has finished reading the question they will recognize the student who will then have ten seconds to give the correct response If time expires or the answer is incorrect, the opposing side will have a chance to answer. If a member of the opposing team is to answer, he/she must stick out his/her hand and be recognized by the instructor. He/she will then have ten seconds to give a correct response Players have ten seconds to extend their hand once question is read. Once hand is out, ten seconds to answer question. If no one attempts to answer the question it will be thrown out to everyone for knowledge with no points awarded Rules of Engagement Scorekeepers responsibilities: Each scorekeeper will keep track of both teams scores Scores must match at all times. If scores do not match, instructor will stop the Knowledge Bowl until scorekeepers resolve the difference Spotters Responsibilities: Spotters should be aware at all times to watch for contestants raising their hands Instructor has final say on who extended their hand but will remain impartial and fair throughout Rules of Engagement General: Failure to answer a question with either a sir/maam first, before the answer to a question, also results in a forfeiture of that sides ability to answer the question ROUND 1 1 . Assistant Secretary of War Henry S....
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