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Aims & Methods of Scouting. Totem here. Your Name Troop Guide NE-II-177. Aims & Methods of Scouting. Totem here. Your Name Troop Guide NE-II-177. Learning Objectives. This presentation will lead you to: Understand the underlying principles of Scouting

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Aims & Methods of Scouting

Totem here

Your Name

Troop Guide

NE-II-177

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Aims & Methods of Scouting

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Your Name

Troop Guide

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learning objectives
Learning Objectives

This presentation will lead you to:

  • Understand the underlying principles of Scouting
  • Realize how the Aims of Scouting apply to Cub Scouting, Boy Scouting, Varsity Scouting, and Venturing
  • Relate the Aims of Scouting to your own lives and BSA responsibilities

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Learning Objectives

This presentation will lead you to:

  • Understand the underlying principles of Scouting
  • Realize how the Aims of Scouting apply to Cub Scouting, Boy Scouting, Varsity Scouting, and Venturing
  • Relate the Aims of Scouting to your own lives and BSA responsibilities

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THINK ...

... QUALITIES

Scouts now ...

... future

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Discussion:

  • Ask: “Think about young people currently in Cub Scouting, Boy Scouting, Varsity Scouting and Venturing."
  • Now imagine same people 10 years in the future. What might they be doing? Where are they living? How are they spending their time?
  • (Handout Aims and Methods sheet) On the back of the Aims and Methods sheet, 2-3 minutes to write down some qualities that today’s Scouts will exhibit in the future, that they have gained from current Scouting experiences - - - Some answers may be:
  • - Self-motivation
  • - High expectations
  • - Focus
  • - Interest in the outdoors
  • - Technical Skills
  • - Leadership ability
  • - Citizenship

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game with a purpose
Game With a Purpose
  • "Scouting is a game with a purpose"
  • -Lord Robert Baden-Powell
    • Aims
      • Help Scouts become better people & realize their potential as they move into their future
    • Methods
      • The "games" we see in adventure, service, meetings, and advancement

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Discussion Continued...

Baden-Powell called Scouting “A game with a purpose”

  • The “aims” are Scouting’s purpose
    • Help Scouts become better people
    • Realize full potential as they move into their futures
  • The “game” part is what we most often see...Young people taking part in:
    • Outdoor adventures,
    • Service projects,
    • Meetings,
    • Advancement.
  • And these are the methods that Scouting uses to guide its members towards worthwhile aims.

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discussion continued
Discussion Continued...

Underlying the Aims and the Methods of BSA is a ...

  • Solid foundation of ideals the values upon which all of Scoutings’ programs are built:
    • Cub Scout Promise and Law of the Pack
    • Boy Scout Oath and Law
    • Venturing Code and Oath
  • Ask: “List on worksheet some specific ways each program of BSA brings to life the aims, ideals, and methods of Scouting.”
  • Encourage: “Share what you have written”
  • Facilitate a discussion:
  • Now I would like you to discuss how BSA’s aims and values relate back to the young people you thought about at the beginning of this presentation and what about those not involved now, but who could gain from the BSA message.

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Learning Objectives

  • Understand the underlying principles of Scouting
  • Realize how the Aims of Scouting apply to Cub Scouting, Boy Scouting, Varsity Scouting, and Venturing
  • Relate the Aims of Scouting to your own lives and BSA responsibilities

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Learning Objectives

  • Do you now:
  • Understand the underlying principles of Scouting?
  • Realize how the Aims of Scouting apply to Cub Scouting, Boy Scouting, Varsity Scouting, and Venturing?
  • Relate the Aims of Scouting to your own lives and BSA responsibilities?

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Thank You!

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