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The second round is what we call the buzzer round. Two teams compete against each other on the stage. They have about ten questions and the first student to buzz in and answer the question correctly will receive points for the team. There were twenty-four teams, so we had twelve sessions in the buzzer round. The questions were from a variety of topics.
The third round consisted of what I call, theme questions. One of the sets of questions were visuals of famous landmarks from around the world. Each group had to identify the landmark, the city and the country that the landmark is located. Another set of questions were sound bites of anthems from various countries and they had to identify which country's anthem was played. Another set of questions were country outlines that were skewed and the students had to identify the countries. Another set were pictures of rare animals and they had to identify the animal. Some of the questions were difficult to answer and I know I wouldn't be able to answer them all.
|The CAJ team funny looking picture|
|Image used for the Brain Bowl event.|
If you are interested, you can go to this link that has study stack questions to a variety of topics.