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1 20 2011 GALLAUDET UNIVERSITY NATIONAL ACADEMIC BOWL PRELIMINARY MATCH SAMPLE ROUND 1 1

2 20 1 SOCIAL STUDIES 2

3 20 What is the name of the document that declared American independence from Great Britain? 3

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5 20 5

6 20 The Declaration of Independence 6 TeamA TeamB Undo

7 20 1B BONUS 7

8 20 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:170:090:01 8 Who wrote the Declaration of Independence?

9 20 9

10 20 Thomas Jefferson 10 Undo Bonus

11 20 2 DEAF STUDIES 11

12 20 Who is the deaf person associated with the invention of the football huddle? a) Paul Daniels b) Paul Huddle c) Paul Robeson d) Paul Hubbard 12

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14 20 Who is the deaf person associated with the invention of the football huddle? a) Paul Daniels b) Paul Huddle c) Paul Robeson d) Paul Hubbard 14

15 20 d) Paul Hubbard 15 TeamA TeamB Undo

16 20 2B BONUS 16

17 20 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:170:090:01 17 Who was the first deaf NFL (National Football League) player?

18 20 18

19 20 Kenneth "Kenny" "Sky" Walker 19 Undo Bonus

20 20 3 SOCIAL STUDIES 20

21 20 This famous photograph entitled, “Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima,” was taken during which war? 21

22 20 22

23 20 This famous photograph entitled, “Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima,” was taken during which war? 23

24 20 World War II or WWII or WW2 24 TeamA TeamB Undo

25 20 3B BONUS 25

26 20 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:170:090:01 26 Who was the president of the United States during World War II and the only American president elected to more than two terms? (Full Name Only)

27 20 27

28 20 Franklin Delano Roosevelt or Franklin D. Roosevelt 28 Undo Bonus

29 20 4 MATHEMATICS 29

30 20 Name the polygon that has eight sides. 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:170:090:010:210:260:250:300:290:280:240:230:220:27 30

31 20 31

32 20 32 Name the polygon that has eight sides.

33 20 33 TeamA TeamB Undo octagon

34 20 4B BONUS 34

35 20 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:170:090:010:210:260:250:300:290:280:240:230:220:27 35 Name the five-sided polygon that has the same name as a famous government building in Arlington, VA.

36 20 36

37 20 Pentagon 37 Undo Bonus

38 20 5 THE ARTS 38

39 20 What is the name of the artist who painted this? 39

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41 20 What is the name of the artist who painted this? 41

42 20 René François-Ghislain Magritte 42 TeamA TeamB Undo

43 20 5B BONUS 43

44 20 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:170:090:01 44 Magritte’s technique of juxtaposing ordinary objects in an extraordinary way contributed to his participation in what 20 th century avant-garde movement in art and literature?

45 20 45

46 20 surrealism or surrealist 46 Undo Bonus

47 20 6 LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE 47

48 20 Which sentence demonstrates an example of onomatopoeia? A. The thief threw in the towel. B. The salutatorian is second best. C. The boy jumped into the water making a big splash. D. Even my dog thinks I’m a loser. 48

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50 20 Which sentence demonstrates an example of onomatopoeia? A. The thief threw in the towel. B. The salutatorian is second best. C. The boy jumped into the water making a big splash. D. Even my dog thinks I’m a loser. 50

51 20 C. The boy jumped into the water making a big splash. 51 TeamA TeamB Undo

52 20 6B BONUS 52

53 20 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:170:090:01 53 What is the name of the literary technique that is a form of personification and gives human characteristics to non-humans? It is commonly used in children’s literature.

54 20 54

55 20 anthropomorphism 55 Undo Bonus

56 20 7 LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE 56

57 20 Who wrote the original book on which this 2010 movie based? 57

58 20 58

59 20 Who wrote the original book on which this 2010 movie is based? 59

60 20 Charles Lutwidge Dodgson or Lewis Carroll (pseudonym) 60 TeamA TeamB Undo

61 20 7B BONUS 61

62 20 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:170:090:01 62 What was the original title of Lewis Carroll’s 1865 novel that is now commonly referred to as Alice in Wonderland?

63 20 63

64 20 Alice's Adventures in Wonderland 64 Undo Bonus

65 20 8 POPULAR CULTURE, LEISURE, AND SPORTS 65

66 20 What film won the Oscar for Best Picture at the 83rd Academy Awards that took place on February 27, 2011? 66

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68 20 What film won the Oscar for Best Picture at the 83rd Academy Awards that took place on February 27, 2011? 68

69 20 The King's Speech 69 TeamA TeamB Undo

70 20 8B BONUS 70

71 20 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:170:090:01 71 The film, The King’s Speech, tells the story of a king’s lifelong struggle to overcome his speech impediment. Name this king, who is the father of the present day Queen of England, Elizabeth II.

72 20 72

73 20 King George VI 73 Undo Bonus

74 20 9 SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 74

75 20 What is the scientific term for the study of plants? 75

76 20 76

77 20 What is the scientific term for the study of plants? 77

78 20 Botany 78 TeamA TeamB Undo

79 20 9B BONUS 79

80 20 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:170:090:01 80 In south-central Africa, scientists have recently discovered a fossil of a brand-new dinosaur, one of the largest ever found. Which of the following scientists would most likely be working on this project? a. Paleontologist b. Horticulturist c. Pathologist d. Anthropologist

81 20 81

82 20 a. or Paleontologist 82 Undo Bonus

83 20 10 MATHEMATICS 83

84 20 An arithmetic sequence is one in which the difference (d) between any two consecutive numbers is constant. For example, in the sequence 2, 6, 10, 14, … d = 4 What is the value of (d) for the following sequence: 1, 11, 21, 31, 41,... ? 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:170:090:010:210:260:250:300:290:280:240:230:220:27 84

85 20 85

86 20 86 An arithmetic sequence is one in which the difference (d) between any two consecutive numbers is constant. For example, in the sequence 2, 6, 10, 14, … d = 4 What is the value of (d) for the following sequence: 1, 11, 21, 31, 41,... ?

87 20 87 TeamA TeamB Undo d = 10

88 20 10B BONUS 88

89 20 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:170:090:010:210:260:250:300:290:280:240:230:220:27 89 What is the missing number in this sequence? 72, 36, 18, ____, 4.5

90 20 90

91 20 9 91 Undo Bonus

92 20 11 SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 92

93 20 What is the axial tilt of the Earth? A. 34.5 degrees B. 17.5 degrees C. 12.7 degrees D. 23.5 degrees 93

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95 20 What is the axial tilt of the Earth? A. 34.5 degrees B. 17.5 degrees C. 12.7 degrees D. 23.5 degrees 95

96 20 D. Or 23.5 degrees 96 TeamA TeamB Undo

97 20 11B BONUS 97

98 20 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:170:090:01 98 What percentage of the earth’s surface is covered by water?

99 20 99

100 20 70% 100 Undo Bonus

101 20 12 CURRENT EVENTS 101

102 20 When Osama Bin Laden was discovered and killed by U.S. armed forces on May 1, 2011, in what country was he living? 102

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104 20 When Osama Bin Laden was discovered and killed by U.S. armed forces on May 1, 2011, in what country was he living? 104

105 20 Pakistan 105 TeamA TeamB Undo

106 20 12B BONUS 106

107 20 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:170:090:01 107 Osama Bin Laden is a leader of what terrorist organization?

108 20 108

109 20 Al-Qaeda or al-Qaeda or Al-Qaida or al-Qaida or Al-Qa'ida or al-Qa’ida 109 Undo Bonus

110 20 END OF ROUND 1 110

111 20 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:17 BREAK TIMER 0:090:010:210:260:250:300:290:280:240:230:220:270:320:330:340:350:360:370:380:400:410:480:490:500:460:450:440:430:420:470:390:310:510:560:551:000:590:580:540:530:520:571:021:031:041:051:061:071:081:101:111:181:191:201:161:151:141:131:121:171:091:011:211:261:251:301:291:281:241:231:221:271:321:331:341:351:361:371:381:401:411:481:491:501:461:451:441:431:421:471:391:311:511:561:552:001:591:581:541:531:521:57 111

112 20 2011 GALLAUDET UNIVERSITY NATIONAL ACADEMIC BOWL PRELIMINARY MATCH TEMPLATE ROUND 2 112

113 20 QUESTION 1 113

114 20 The artist Monet was known by his last name. What is his birth name? A. Claude Oliver Monet B. Oscar Claude Monet C. Oliver Claus Monet D. Claus Oscar Monet 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:170:090:01 114

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116 20 116 B. or Oscar Claude Monet TeamA TeamB Undo

117 20 QUESTION 2 117

118 20 Which fairy tale character had extremely long hair that helped her escape a tower where she was being held prisoner? 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:170:090:01 118

119 20 119

120 20 120 Rapunzel TeamA TeamB Undo

121 20 QUESTION 3 121

122 20 What sense is closest linked to memory? 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:170:090:01 122

123 20 123

124 20 smell 124 TeamA TeamB Undo

125 20 QUESTION 4 125

126 20 What day of the week did the Romans call dies solis? 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:170:090:01 126

127 20 127

128 20 Sunday 128 TeamA TeamB Undo

129 20 QUESTION 5 129

130 20 “TRAIN GO SORRY" is one of the most widely-used ASL idioms and is similar to which English idiom? A. You are out of luck B. Don’t be late C. You missed the boat D. Sorry Charlie 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:170:090:01 130

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132 20 C. You missed the boat 132 TeamA TeamB Undo

133 20 QUESTION 6 133

134 20 Name the wife of Zeus who is known as the protector of marriage, children and the home. A. Aphrodite B. Athena C. Hera D. Artemis 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:170:090:01 134

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136 20 C. or Hera 136 TeamA TeamB Undo

137 20 QUESTION 7 137

138 20 In 1985, teacher Christa McAuliffe was selected from more than 11,000 applicants to participate in the NASA Teacher in Space program. What was the name of the space shuttle she was on that faced a terrible disaster that killed all of the crew members? 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:170:090:01 138

139 20 139

140 20 Space Shuttle Challenger 140 TeamA TeamB Undo

141 20 QUESTION 8 141

142 20 What is the meaning of the root word aqua. It is used in such words as aquatic, aquarium, and aqueduct. 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:170:090:01 142

143 20 143

144 20 water 144 TeamA TeamB Undo

145 20 QUESTION 9 145

146 20 What element is used in a glass thermometer because it stays liquid at room temperature: A. nitrogen B. chlorine C. hydrogen D. mercury 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:170:090:01 146

147 20 147

148 20 D. or mercury 148 TeamA TeamB Undo

149 20 QUESTION 10 149

150 20 What does the symbol ≠ represent? 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:170:090:01 150

151 20 151

152 20 inequality is not equal to does not equal 152 TeamA TeamB Undo

153 20 QUESTION 11 153

154 20 Michael loves chocolate ice cream. He eats between two and six bowls of ice cream each week. What is the most he could consume in five weeks? 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:170:090:01 154

155 20 155

156 20 30 bowls 156 TeamA TeamB Undo

157 20 QUESTION 12 157

158 20 What is the name of the last book in the Harry Potter series? A. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows B. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire C. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets D. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:170:090:01 158

159 20 159

160 20 A. or Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows 160 TeamA TeamB Undo

161 20 END OF ROUND 2 161

162 20 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:17 BREAK TIMER 0:090:010:210:260:250:300:290:280:240:230:220:270:320:330:340:350:360:370:380:400:410:480:490:500:460:450:440:430:420:470:390:310:510:560:551:000:590:580:540:530:520:571:021:031:041:051:061:071:081:101:111:181:191:201:161:151:141:131:121:171:091:011:211:261:251:301:291:281:241:231:221:271:321:331:341:351:361:371:381:401:411:481:491:501:461:451:441:431:421:471:391:311:511:561:552:001:591:581:541:531:521:57 162

163 20 2011 GALLAUDET UNIVERSITY NATIONAL ACADEMIC BOWL PRELIMINARY MATCH TEMPLATE FINAL ROUND 163

164 20 CATEGORY: Language and Literature 164

165 20 INSTRUCTIONS: Fill in the color that completes the English phrase. 165

166 20 1. Out of the _________: unexpected. 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:120:090:01 166

167 20 2. _________ flag: the signal of a peaceful surrender. 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:120:090:01 167

168 20 3. ________ heart: a medal awarded to a US solider wounded in battle. 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:120:090:01 168

169 20 4. Tickled ________: to be happy. 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:120:090:01 169

170 20 5. Caught ______ -handed: clearly guilty 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:120:090:01 170

171 20 6. _________ area: caught between two differing views. 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:120:090:01 171

172 20 7. ________ bagging: to bring a homemade packed lunch to work. 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:120:090:01 172

173 20 8. _______ fever: a disease involving high fever and jaundice that is common in the tropics. 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:120:090:01 173

174 20 9. _________ thumb: an unusual ability to make plants grow. 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:120:090:01 174

175 20 10. _______ mail: to demand payment or action by means of a threat. 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:120:090:01 175

176 20 176

177 20 1. Out of the _________: unexpected. 177

178 20 1. blue 178 TeamA TeamB Undo

179 20 2. _________ flag: the signal of a peaceful surrender. 179

180 20 2. White 180 TeamA TeamB Undo

181 20 3. ________ heart: a medal awarded to a US solider wounded in battle. 181

182 20 3. Purple 182 TeamA TeamB Undo

183 20 4. Tickled ________: to be happy. 183

184 20 4. pink 184 TeamA TeamB Undo

185 20 5. Caught ______ -handed: clearly guilty 185

186 20 5. red 186 TeamA TeamB Undo

187 20 6. _________ area: caught between two differing views. 187

188 20 6. Gray or Grey 188 TeamA TeamB Undo

189 20 7. ________ bagging: to bring a homemade packed lunch to work. 189

190 20 7. Brown 190 TeamA TeamB Undo

191 20 8. _______ fever: a disease involving high fever and jaundice that is common in the tropics. 191

192 20 8. Yellow 192 TeamA TeamB Undo

193 20 9. _________ thumb: an unusual ability to make plants grow. 193

194 20 9. Green 194 TeamA TeamB Undo

195 20 10. _______ mail: to demand payment or action by means of a threat. 195

196 20 10. Black 196 TeamA TeamB Undo

197 20 END OF PRELIMINARY MATCH TEMPLATE 197

198 20 TIMEOUT TIMER 198

199 20 0:020:030:040:050:060:070:080:100:110:180:190:200:160:150:140:130:120:170:090:010:210:260:250:300:290:280:240:230:220:270:320:330:340:350:360:370:380:400:410:480:490:500:460:450:440:430:420:470:390:310:510:560:551:000:590:580:540:530:520:57 199


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