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Humanities and Fine Arts Focus Period details:

2016-17 Humanities and Fine Arts focus period

Mannerism & Baroque

1527-1750

In Music Baroque 1600-1750

Including, but not limited to:

Art ~ Jacopo da Pontormo, Tintoreto, El Greco, Giuseppe Arcimboldo, Peter Paul Rubens, Diego Velazquez, Gian Lorenzo Bernini,Annibale Carracci, Caravaggio, Anthony Van Dyke, Jacob Jordaens,Pierre Puget, Alonzo Cano, Diego Velazquez

Literature ~ This time period will include 17th & early 18th century literature. Authors will include John Locke, John Dryden, Isaac Newton, Ihara Saikaku, John Bunyan, John Milton, Moliere, Jean Racine, Thomas Hobbes,Galileo Galilei, Francis Bacon, William Shakespeare, Miguel de Cervantes, Lope de Vega, Christopher Marlowe, Jonathan Swift, Daniel Defoe, John Gay

Music ~ Johann Sebastian Bach, George Frideric Handel, Claudio Monteverdi, Antonio Vivaldi, Johann Pachelbel, Alessandro & Domenico Scarlatti, Henry Purcell, Arcangelo Corelli

Dance ~ Belle Dans, Menuet, Passacaille, Hornpipe, Country Dance, Beauchamp-Feuillet notation

Architecture ~ Sir Christopher Wren, Nicola Salvi, Gian Lorenzo Bernini, Jose Benito Churriguera, Sir John Vanbrugh, Bartolomeo Rastrelli, Jules Hardouin Mansart

Frederick Law Olmstead, Daniel Hudson Burnham, Louis Sullivan, William Pitt, William Walcot, Hector Guimard, William Morris

Philosophy ~ John Locke, Blaise Pascal, Baruch Spinoza, Rene Descartes, David Hume, George Berkeley, Gottfried Leibniz

 

 

Friday night testing available. May 5, 2017 Schedule

The Friday night schedule will mirror the Saturday schedule.

4:00 - 4:50 - 10:00 Saturday tests*

5:00 - 5:50 - 11:00 Saturday tests*

6:00 - 6:50 - 12:00 Saturday tests*

7:00 - 7:50 - *1:00 Saturday tests

* On Friday night ONLY Once the scheduled test has been distributed, all tests offered in that room will be available.

TENTATIVE May 6, 2017 Schedule Test A finalized schedule will be available after April 1.

9:00

Conflict testing for students with a testing or scheduling conflict later in the day on Saturday. This session will be available for students to take one test. If you have multiple conflicts you will still need to come on Friday afternoon.

9:00 - 9:50

Off-time conflict testing period. If you have two tests scheduled at the same time, or if you have an event later in the day you may take your test during this time period. If you have more than one conflict, you will need to come on Friday night.

Tentative schedule for 2017:

10:00-10:50

4th Year Social Studies*, Accounting, American Literature, Anatomy & Physiology*, Computer Science*, Drawing Part I, Geometry, Government/Civics*, Speech* World Languages I - French & German, HSTOC Scholar Test

11:00-11:50

Algebra I, Algebra II*, Business Math, Drawing, Earth/Environmental Science*, General Business*, Oklahoma History, Physical Science*, Psychology, Spanish I, Spanish II, Spanish NS, Trigonometry*, Family Sciences, World Literature, HSTOC Scholar Test

12:00-12:50

4th Year Mathematics*, Art History/Terms, Biology II, Chemistry, Economics, English Usage 9th & 10th Grade, English Usage 11th & 12th Grade, Physics, World History, Technology, HSTOC Scholar Test

1:00-1:50

4th Year Science*, American History, Biology I, Calculus*, Computer Applications*, Current Events, English Literature, Geography*, Vocabulary, Personal Finance, HSTOC Scholar Test

* More than one test subject being offered in the same room.

***Current Events items will come from the time span of May 4, 2016 through May 1, 2017.

**Humanities and Fine Arts focus period

 

 

 

 

HSTOC

High School Tournament of Champions

May 6, 2017

HSTOC Enrollment

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What tests do we offer?

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We are adding two tests this year.

World Literature will be open to anyone wishing to take the test. Next year we will have a qualifying test.

Personal Finance will be open to all students who placed at a Personal Finance event and for any other student wishing to take the test. The open to all will be for this year only. We will have a qualifying test next year.

HSTOC Scholar

HSTOC Scholar Test - One per grade level Freshman Scholar, Sophomore Scholar, Junior Scholar, Senior Scholar
To qualify to take the Scholar test a student must have qualified to take at least 3 tests at the HSTOC.
There will be one scholar test over multiple subjects. Each scholar test will include questions from grade level language arts, math, science, social studies as well as current events, fine arts and humanities, vocabulary, literature, and pop culture.

The OAAC High School Tournament of Champions is at OSU/OKC on Saturday, May 6.  There are many other events occurring in the spring. If your students have a scheduling conflict with May 5, or have qualified to take two tests during the same hour Friday night testing is available. Date/test conflict testing begins at 4:00 on Friday afternoon, May 5. 

Registration/packet pick-up opens at 3:00 on Friday and at 8:00 on Saturday. If there are no changes in your submitted enrollment, neither you or your students need to be at the testing site until 15-30 minutes before their first scheduled test. If you want to come by and pick up your packet then leave and go have breakfast, you may do so. If you would like to pick up your packet on Friday night so may do so.

We will have a Saturday conflict session at 9:00. If you are scheduled to take two tests at the same time on Saturday or if you have to be at a different event later in the day you may take one of them at 9:00.

Qualifying tournaments for the High School Tournament of Champions are held by the regional colleges and universities. If they become available, invitational tournaments will also serve as qualifying tournaments.
 
 A student must place 1st, 2nd or 3rd at a regional scholastic or curriculum contest to qualify for the HSTOC.
 
Middle School or Junior High students placing in one of the high school categories at one of the high school tournaments may take the HSTOC test.
 
 Each test will be 50 minutes in length. Students may leave the room when finished testing.
 
 
 Tests will be graded and scores posted at the end of each hour.
 
 Awards may be picked up after the results have been posted.
 
 Trophies will be presented for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place. Questions will be weighted to avoid ties, however, if scores are still tied duplicate awards will be presented.

Results

First, second and third place in each subject and for each grade level will receive a trophy. All ties will be awarded the same placing. All participants will receive a certificate of achievement.

The first set of results will post around 12:30. All students will be listed in ranking order.

All questions about the HSTOC should be routed to Gail Bliss 580-654-1852, The Tournament of Champions is the State High School Curricular (scholastic) Championship.