International History Bee and Bowl Tournament at Eden Hills, Adelaide, Sept 10, 2014
My name is Nolwenn Madden, and I am the Executive Director of The International History Bee and Bowl. IHBB is an organization that runs history quiz tournaments for primary and secondary school students throughout the world in over 20 countries; see www.ihbbglobal.com for our international homepage. Homeschoolers are welcome to compete in both. They can compete in teams from their homeschool association or on their own.
Our questions draw on both historical knowledge and critical thinking skills, and students use a buzzer system to answer them, so it's almost a bit like being on a TV quiz show. The Bee is for individual students, while the Bowl is for teams of up to six students.
Next month, IHBB will be holding tournaments in Australia for the first time. Our South Australia tournament will take place on September 10 at Blackwood High School, in Eden Hills. The top 50% of teams and individual students will then get the chance to represent Australia at the inaugural International History Olympiad, which will take place in the USA in July 2015 (see historyolympiad.com for more).
You can find more information, including sample quiz questions, game rules, a study guide and more about the International History Bee and Bowl on our Australian homepage at www.ihbbaustralia.com . I can also put you in touch with some of the attending homeschoolers from our past tournaments in other countries if you would be interested to hear their thoughts. If you are ready to register officially, please just visit: http://ihbbaustralia.com/register/regionals-registration/ .
Please let me know if your kids are interested or if you have any questions. Thanks for your time, and I hope that you will be interested in this new opportunity for your homeschoolers.
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