National Humanities Bee

Ages:Elementary, Middle School

Type:Tournament

Category:Humanities

Scope:International

This competition has not yet posted any deadlines.

The National Humanities Bee is a quizbowl style tournament for elementary and middle school students. It features questions focusing on literature, the arts, music, religion, mythology, philosophy, and similar subjects.

Students must qualify for the international competition through regional events or by qualifying for other US Academic Bee and Bowl events. All students will play 3 preliminary rounds of 35 questions each. After the 3 preliminary rounds, the top students will advance to the playoffs. They will not overlap with any US Academic Bee or Bowl matches. The rules of play will be identical to the US Academic Bee rules in effect for the National Championships. All questions in the National Humanities Bee will take the format of tossup questions in the manner of US Academic Bee and Bowl questions with a humanities focus. Topics will cover literature, art history and technique, music history and theory, dance, film, religion, mythology, and philosophy.

Students are evaluated based on quizbowl style question and answer tournaments. See the competition website for exact scoring rubrics.
This competition has not yet listed it's awards.

Website: http://www.usacademicbowl.com/national-humanities-bee/

Managing Organization: International Academic Competitions Inc.

Contact:

info@usacademicbowl.com

Entry Fee:

This competition is open to students in Elementary, Middle School.

This competition has not yet posted any deadlines.

Overview

The National Humanities Bee is a quizbowl style tournament for elementary and middle school students. It features questions focusing on literature, the arts, music, religion, mythology, philosophy, and similar subjects.

Process

Students must qualify for the international competition through regional events or by qualifying for other US Academic Bee and Bowl events. All students will play 3 preliminary rounds of 35 questions each. After the 3 preliminary rounds, the top students will advance to the playoffs. They will not overlap with any US Academic Bee or Bowl matches. The rules of play will be identical to the US Academic Bee rules in effect for the National Championships. All questions in the National Humanities Bee will take the format of tossup questions in the manner of US Academic Bee and Bowl questions with a humanities focus. Topics will cover literature, art history and technique, music history and theory, dance, film, religion, mythology, and philosophy.

Criteria

Students are evaluated based on quizbowl style question and answer tournaments. See the competition website for exact scoring rubrics.

Awards

This competition has not yet listed it's awards.

Participate

Website: http://www.usacademicbowl.com/national-humanities-bee/

Managing Organization: International Academic Competitions Inc.

Contact:

info@usacademicbowl.com

Entry Fee:

This competition is open to students in Elementary, Middle School.

Deadlines

This competition has not yet posted any deadlines.