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Title: Wood Badge Game Show


1
Wood Badge Game Show Day 2 evening Created by
John Jenkins Last revision v3.3 - 10/20/2004
with 2006 Syllabus updates
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Instructions 1/4
This deck is set up to be navigated through in
the Slide Show mode using the mouse/pointer only.
The up/down arrows can also be used but
functionality will be lost and the user runs the
risk of revealing questions and/or answers when
not intended. Hyperlinks are used to link to the
next logical page or the home page. The Home
Page allows the user to access the Rules, two
rounds of questions and the final questions.
Each round of questions has a Daily Double.
ltBEGINgt
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Instructions 2/4
To begin, start the Slide Show, either with the
icon or from the Slide Show menu. Advance to the
first full page Wood Badge logo using mouse
clicks. This is the ready position for the show.
The lower left corner will have a red
triangle. One more mouse click brings up a
second logo screen and the music starts. The
slide will AUTOMATICALLY advance to the Wood
Badge Game Show slide after a short time. One
more mouse click will stop the music and display
the Home Page menu. Once the menu is
displayed, use the mouse pointer and left
click to jump to a particular category.
ltBEGINgt
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Instructions 3/4
Once a category heading is displayed, left click
the mouse to display the question. Left click
the mouse again to display the answer. Move the
mouse pointer to ltGO!gt and left click to return
to the question list menu for the particular
round underway. The lower left corner of Round 2
questions has a teal color triangle. If by
mistake a left mouse click is made instead, a
blank screen will display. To return to the
question list menu, left click on the ltGO!gt icon.
If the Daily Double comes up, click ltGO!gt to
stop the music. Click ltGO!gt again to display
the question page. A simple left click will
display the question. A second left click
displays the answer.
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Instructions 4/4
The final question sequence will first display
the rules. Click ltGO!gt to display the first
question heading. Follow the hyperlinks to
display the question, start the thinking music
and display the answer. Click ltFinal2gt to
advance to the second question. Click on ltGO!gt
after the final question and the Home Page is
displayed. Select End from the Home Page and
the logo once again appears and the theme music
again plays.
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The Wood Badge Game Show
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The Wood Badge Game Show
  • Rules
  • Round 1
  • Round 2
  • Round 3
  • Final
  • End

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Round 1
Cub Scout
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200
300
400
Boy Scout
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200
300
400
Varsity
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200
300
400
Venturing
100
200
300
400
District
100
200
300
400
Leadership
100
200
300
400
Training
100
200
300
400
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Cub Scouts for 100
  • What is the Tiger Cub motto?
  • Search, Discover, Share

ltGO!gt
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Cub Scouts for 200
  • What is the minimum amount of time that a boy
    needs to be active as a Webelos Scout before he
    can earn the Webelos badge?
  • 3 months

ltGO!gt
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ltGO!gt
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Cub Scouts for 300
  • How many years must a Webelos den leader serve
    before he/she can earn the Webelos Leader
    Recognition Award?
  • One

ltGO!gt
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Cub Scouts for 400
  • Which Cub Scout sports subjects are copper
    colored and must be earned in a council sponsored
    camp?
  • BB-Shooting and Archery

ltGO!gt
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Boy Scouts for 100
  • Does a Troop Guide have a vote on the Patrol
    Leaders Council?
  • No

ltGO!gt
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Boy Scouts for 200
  • What rank is the goal of the Boy Scouts of
    America that every Scout should earn?
  • First Class

ltGO!gt
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Boy Scouts for 300
  • What is the proper way for a Boy Scout to salute
    the flag when he is out of uniform?
  • When you are not in uniform, greet the flag by
    placing your right hand over your heart. If you
    are wearing a hat, remove it and hold it in your
    right hand over your heart.

ltGO!gt
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Boy Scouts for 400
  • If the Scouts in a troop must wear a neckerchief,
    are the adult leaders required to do so as well?
  • Yes. Boy Scout neckerchiefs are optional. The
    troop decides by vote, and all members must abide
    by the decision

ltGO!gt
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Varsity Scouts for 100
  • What is a Varsity Scout unit called?
  • Team

ltGO!gt
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Varsity Scouts for 200
  • What ages are boys in Varsity Scouting?
  • 14 to 18

ltGO!gt
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Varsity Scouts for 300
  • In addition to the Varsity letter, what award can
    be earned only by Varsity Scouts?
  • Denali Award

ltGO!gt
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Varsity Scouts for 400
  • Name two of the five fields of emphasis in
    Varsity Scouting?
  • The five fields are
  • Service
  • Advancement
  • High Adventure and Sports
  • Special Programs and Events
  • Personnel Development

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Venturing for 100
  • What is the first award to the Venturing program
    that a Venturer may earn?
  • Bronze

ltGO!gt
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Venturing for 200
  • Venturing crews can be made up of up of three
    different gender groupings. What are they?
  • All male, all female, and co-ed

ltGO!gt
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Venturing for 300
  • Can a Venturer be elected to the Order of the
    Arrow by the rest of the crew?
  • NO

ltGO!gt
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Venturing for 400
Daily Double!!!
ltGO!gt
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Venturing for 400
  • What parts of the Venturing uniform must be worn
    by all members of a particular Venturing crew?
  • Each crew sets its own standards for the uniforms
    its members will wear.

ltGO!gt
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The District for 100
  • Can a district identification patch or a district
    insignia be worn on a BSA uniform?
  • No
  • (Insignia Guide 2003-05 Districts are
    operational arms of the local council.
    Individuals are not identified as residents of a
    district, but of the local council and Boy Scouts
    of America. For this reason, district insignia
    is not authorized for wear on the uniform.)

ltGO!gt
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The District for 200
  • Who does the district commissioner work for?
  • The council commissioner
  • (Insofar as status, progress, etc., he/she
    reports to the district chairperson)

ltGO!gt
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The District for 300
  • Who make up the Key 3 in a district?
  • District Executive, District Chairperson,
    District Commissioner

ltGO!gt
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The District for 400
  • Who directly represents the district to an
    individual Scouting unit?
  • The Unit Commissioner

ltGO!gt
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Training for 100
  • What is the first training any leader should
    receive in Scouting?
  • Fast Start

ltGO!gt
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Training for 200
  • Who is responsible for making sure that training
    occurs within a district?
  • District Training Chairperson

ltGO!gt
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Training for 300
  • What is the only training award of the Scouting
    movement that is the same in every country where
    it is awarded?
  • Wood Badge

ltGO!gt
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Training for 400
  • Name the award that a Scoutmaster can
    earn/receive after three years as a Scoutmaster?
  • Scouters Key

ltGO!gt
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Leadership for 100
  • What is the totem of Gilwell Park?
  • The axe and log

ltGO!gt
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Leadership for 200
  • Baden Powell believed that Scouting was a game
    with?
  • A purpose

ltGO!gt
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Leadership for 300
  • What is the Mission Statement of the Boy Scouts
    of America?
  • To prepare young people to make ethical and moral
    choices over their lifetimes by instilling in
    them the values of the Scout Oath and Law.

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Leadership for 400
  • What are the three characteristics of a vision?
  • Engages the heart and spirit, leads toward a
    worthwhile goal, gives meaning to an effort, is
    simple, is attainable, can change.

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Round 2
Leadership
100
200
300
400
Training
100
200
300
400
District
100
200
300
400
Venturing
100
200
300
400
Varsity
100
200
300
400
Boy Scout
100
200
300
400
Cub Scout
100
200
300
400
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Cub Scouts for 100
  • How many achievements are there in the program
    for Tiger Cub Scouts?
  • Five (5)

ltGO!gt
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Cub Scouts for 200
  • Who is Akela?
  • A boy's leader

ltGO!gt
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Cub Scouts for 300
Daily Double!!!
ltGO!gt
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Cub Scouts for 300
  • What does "Webelos" mean?
  • We'll Be Loyal Scouts

ltGO!gt
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Cub Scouts for 400
  • What colors are in the recognition knot for the
    Den Leader Award?
  • Gold knot on a blue back

ltGO!gt
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Boy Scouts for 100
  • Name the four uniform items that must be worn for
    a scout to be in proper or complete uniform.
  • Shirt, pants or shorts, belt and socks

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Boy Scouts for 200
  • From whom should a Boy Scout receive his first
    troop and patrol leadership training?
  • His Scoutmaster

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Boy Scouts for 300
  • How many merit badges must an Eagle Scout earn to
    wear both a Silver Palm and a Bronze Palm on his
    Eagle Scout Award?
  • 41
  • (21 for Eagle Scout rank, 15 for the Silver
    Palm and five for the Bronze Palm)

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Boy Scouts for 400
  • What do the two stars stand for on the First
    Class badge?
  • Truth and Knowledge

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Varsity Scouts for 100
  • What is the adult leader of a Varsity Scout team
    called?
  • Coach

ltGO!gt
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Varsity Scouts for 200
  • Which members of a Varsity Scout team participate
    in a team planning meeting?
  • All members of a team

ltGO!gt
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Varsity Scouts for 300
  • Name any TWO of the four levels of training
    available to youth in a Varsity Scout team?
  • Orientation, Basic, Advanced and Continuing

ltGO!gt
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Varsity Scouts for 400
  • A Varsity Scout team is broken down into smaller
    groups called what?
  • Squads

ltGO!gt
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Venturing for 100
  • How many of the core requirements must be earned
    for the Ranger Award?
  • Eight

ltGO!gt
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Venturing for 200
  • How many electives must be earned for the Ranger
    Award?
  • Four

ltGO!gt
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Venturing for 300
  • Can a Venturer holding the rank of Second Class
    Scout earn his Eagle Scout Award while a member
    of a Venturing Crew?
  • No
  • (He must be a First Class Scout)

ltGO!gt
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Venturing for 400
  • What outdoor training is offered to adult leaders
    in Venturing?
  • Powder Horn

ltGO!gt
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The District for 100
  • Is a chartered organization representative a
    voting member of his/her council?
  • Yes

ltGO!gt
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The District for 200
  • Who is the person who should coordinate a
    district wide pinewood derby runoff?
  • District activities chairperson or subcommittee

ltGO!gt
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The District for 300
  • If the district chairperson is absent and has not
    made other arrangements, who runs a district
    committee meeting?
  • District Commissioner

ltGO!gt
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The District for 400
  • Who appoints a den chief?
  • The Scoutmaster (with approval from the den
    leader and Cubmaster of the pack.)

ltGO!gt
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Leadership for 100
  • The kudu is an animal native to what continent?
  • Africa

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Leadership for 200
  • The Wood Badge presentation on Listening to
    Learn discussed two kinds of effective
    listening. One was active listening. What was
    the other?
  • Empathetic listening

ltGO!gt
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Leadership for 300
  • The Wood Badge presentation on Communication
    noted that Aristotle broke down communication
    into what three parts?
  • A sender, a message and a receiver

ltGO!gt
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Leadership for 400
  • What are the four S's of a successful campfire
    program?
  • Songs, Stunts, Stories and Showmanship

ltGO!gt
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Training for 100
  • A professional Scouter (that is, someone employed
    by Scouting) may earn the Professional Training
    Award. What colors are in the recognition knot
    for this award?
  • Black and white
  • (a black knot on a white background)

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Training for 200
  • Within a Scouting unit, what person ensures that
    all adult leaders receive the appropriate
    training awards and recognitions?
  • The committee chairperson

ltGO!gt
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Training for 300
  • What training program is considered to be the
    Ph.D. of all Scouting Training?
  • Wood Badge

ltGO!gt
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Training for 400
  • What training awards are required to be eligible
    for the Silver Beaver?
  • None

ltGO!gt
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Round 3
Leadership
100
200
300
400
Training
100
200
300
400
District
100
200
300
400
Venturing
100
200
300
400
Varsity
100
200
300
400
Boy Scout
100
200
300
400
Cub Scout
100
200
300
400
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Cub Scouts for 100
  • What is the name of the BSA book that contains
    successful ideas to add sparkle to den and pack
    activities?
  • Cub Scout Leader How-To Book

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Cub Scouts for 200
  • Regardless of his age, what is the first rank a
    Cub Scout earns when he joins the Cub Scout
    program?
  • Bobcat

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Cub Scouts for 300
  • Three awards that a Cub Scout or a den can earn
    include a requirement for outdoor activity or
    service. Name two of these awards.
  • National Summertime Pack Award, Cub Scout World
    Conservation Award, National Den Award

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Cub Scouts for 400
  • Name five of the 12 Cub Scout Academics belt-loop
    subjects.
  • Art, Chess, Citizenship, Communications,
    Computers, Geography, Heritages, Mathematics,
    Music, Science, Weather, Wildlife Conservation

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Boy Scouts for 100
  • On the Boy Scout length of service pin, what
    color is the backing?
  • Green

ltGO!gt
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Boy Scouts for 200
  • According to the Boy Scout Handbook, what factor
    determines whether the members of a troop wear
    their neckerchiefs over the collars of their
    shirts, or under the collars?
  • It depends on the custom of the troop.

ltGO!gt
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Boy Scouts for 300
  • When can a Boy Scout in complete uniform wear his
    Order of the Arrow sash and merit badge sash
    simultaneously.
  • Never

ltGO!gt
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Boy Scouts for 400
Daily Double!!!
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Boy Scouts for 400
  • Patrol members wearing a small star segment
    beneath their patrol medallions have earned what
    award?
  • The Baden-Powell Patrol Award

ltGO!gt
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Varsity Scouts for 100
  • What statement begins with these words? I will
    live by the Scout oath, Law, motto and slogan
    honor the dignity and worth of all persons . .
    .?
  • Varsity Scout Pledge

ltGO!gt
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Varsity Scouts for 200
  • Can a boy who is a Varsity Scout be registered in
    a Boy Scout troop at the same time?
  • Yes

ltGO!gt
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Varsity Scouts for 300
  • On the Varsity Scout length-of-service pin, what
    color is the plastic backing?
  • Brown

ltGO!gt
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Varsity Scouts for 400
  • Can Varsity Scouts participate in co-ed
    activities?
  • Yes

ltGO!gt
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Venturing for 100
  • What kind of service project is required for a
    Venturer to become a Ranger?
  • Conservation

ltGO!gt
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Venturing for 200
  • How many Bronze Awards may a Venturer earn?
  • All of them

ltGO!gt
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Venturing for 300
  • Who nominates the Venturing Advisor for the
    Venturing Advisor Award of Merit?
  • The crew president and officers

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Venturing for 400
  • At the council level, what award is available to
    Venturing youth and leaders?
  • Venturing Leadership Award

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The District for 100
  • Can members of a patrol have a different logo or
    design on their neckerchiefs as long as the
    neckerchiefs are the same color as those of the
    rest of the troop?
  • Yes

ltGO!gt
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The District for 200
  • How many medals (not recognition knots) may be
    worn on the official uniform at any one time?
  • Five

ltGO!gt
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The District for 300
  • What award can a Scouter receive for a donation
    of 1,000 to the BSA through his/her council?
  • The James E. West Award

ltGO!gt
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The District for 400
  • At what level is the Award of Merit presented?
  • The district or the council

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Training for 100
  • Describe the shoes that are to be worn with the
    official uniform.
  • Canvas or leather, clean and dark in color

ltGO!gt
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Training for 200
  • In a chart of troop leadership positions, to whom
    do the troop scribe and librarian report?
  • Assistant senior patrol leader

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Training for 300
  • To become a junior assistant Scoutmaster, how old
    must a Scout be and what rank must he hold?
  • 16 years of age (or has completed the tenth
    grade) there is no minimum rank requirement,
    though First Class is highly recommended

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Training for 400
  • What do the S. S. stand for in the name Robert S.
    S. Baden-Powell?
  • Stephenson Smyth

ltGO!gt
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Leadership for 100
  • How many goals are there on a Wood Badge Ticket?
  • Five

ltGO!gt
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Leadership for 200
  • A teams stage of development can be determined
    by measuring what two aspects of that team?
  • Productivity and Morale

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Leadership for 300
  • What are the four stages of team development?
  • Forming, Storming, Norming and Performing

ltGO!gt
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Leadership for 400
  • What are the BSAs four steps to advancement?
  • A youth learns a youth is tested a youth is
    reviewed a youth is recognized

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Final Questions - Rules
  • After two rounds, if your patrol has a positive
    total, you may participate in a final question
  • Wager any amount of points, up to your total
  • Teams may confer with patrol and the answers
    must be written by the end of one minute.
  • Highest number of points is the winner

ltFinal 1gt
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Final 1
ltQuestiongt
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Final 1
  • What was the title of B-Ps book that touched off
    widespread interest in scouting throughout
    England?

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Final 1
  • What was the title of B-Ps book that touched off
    widespread interest in scouting throughout
    England?

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Final 1
  • What was the title of B-Ps book that touched off
    widespread interest in scouting throughout
    England?
  • Aids to Scouting

ltFinal 2gt
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Final 2
ltQuestiongt
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Final 2
  • What is B.P.s birth date?

ltThinkgt
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Final 2
  • What is B.P.s birth date?

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Final 2
  • What is B.P.s birth date?
  • Answer February 22, 1857

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The Rules 1/3
  • Host reads the questions and shows them on the
    screen1st patrol to ring in has the opportunity
    to answer the question.
  • Patrols must answer within THREE (3) seconds
  • Question will then be opened to the other patrols

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The Rules 2/3
  • Contestants will change out periodically and may
    not return until all other patrol members have
    been a contestant
  • Points are awarded for correct responses and
    subtracted for incorrect responses

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The Rules 3/3
  • You may encounter a Daily Doubleyour patrol may
    wager any amount up to your total. If your patrol
    has zero or negative points you may wager up to
    four hundred points
  • Decisions of judges/timekeepers are final

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