Read On Wisconsin! -Any adult over 18 years of age, such as a parent, volunteer, older sibling, scout leader, or teacher may be a coach. An individual may only coach one team. A team may opt to have an assistant coach as a stand-in, in case the coach is unable to perform their mentoring duties the night of the battle. Both the primary and assistant coach may participate in the opening processional; however, only one coach is allowed on the floor with the team. Without an adult coach on the floor, the team will be disqualified.
Virginia Bergin Battle of the Books 2016 Question
Battle of the Books
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Learn more about the Battle books and enhance your reading experience with the links below. Are teams allowed to bring cushions or exercise mats to sit on instead of sitting directly on the floor. We also use third-party cookies that help us o and understand how you use this website. Most books need to be available in paperback with no more than two titles in hardback. Picture Rounds.
The morning began with a Gallery Walk, allowing visitors to view the projects and talk to the students about their work. The rest of the morning allowed for a variety of student presentations to choose from, where they explained their projects more in-depth and took audience questions. The display of student effort and enthusiasm was truly impressive! Each team was made up of 4 students representing a different school. When the teams weren't busy putting their heads together to come up with an answer, the audience was given a chance to win prizes by answering their own set of questions. As we have seen in years past, it was a close competition right down until the two "Final Jeopardy" questions where teams could risk more points.
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