Weekly Quiz 709 - March 29th 2020
This complete pub quiz pack is made up of eight high quality rounds as follows...
Round 1: Handout Mix
This handout round is split into four sections. The first features photos of five musical duos for teams to identify. The second features the names of five football mascots, and the aim is to name the teams they are the mascots of. The third section features five anagrams for teams to unscramble and come up with the names of BAFTA winning TV dramas. The final section features five flags and, with the names of the countries given, the aim is to say whether the flags are the upside down or the correct way up.
Round 2: General Subject
Ten questions on TV and Films.
Round 3: Connections
Nine questions on General Knowledge, plus a final question asking for a connection between the previous nine answers.
Round 4: Specialist Subject
Ten questions on Fashion.
Round 5: Initial Letter Link
Ten questions on General Knowledge where the answer to the final question can be spelt out by rearranging the first letters of the first words in the first nine answers.
Round 6: General Subject
Ten questions on History.
Round 7: One, Two, Three
Ten questions on General Knowledge where the answer in each case is either "one", "two" or "three".
Round 8: Sky
Ten General Knowledge questions themed around the word "sky".
The pub quiz pack is made up of six separate files as follows...
First of all there is a two-page answer sheet that you can print out and hand out to each team at the start of the quiz for them to write their answers on as you read out questions. This also features a round-by-round scoresheet to make it easy to see how each team has performed after all the answers have been marked at the end of the quiz.
Secondly, there is the handout round. Again you can can print this out and hand it out to teams at the start of your quiz for them to work on straight away, and carry on working on throughout the quiz and during any breaks you have.
Next there is a six-page document with all of the questions in rounds two to eight for you to read out, along with all the answers to these and the answers to the handout round. This also features two tie-break questions to be used at the end of your quiz if two or more teams end up with the same score, along with some substitute questions to help you tailor the difficulty level of your quiz.
There is also another version of this six-page document, but where all of the answers have been removed. This may not be needed, but is included in case the quizmaster would like to take part in the quiz too.
Next there is a four-page document with instructions and advice on how to run a great quiz.
Finally, there is a quizmaster's scoresheet to help keep track of teams' scores.
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