Citizenship and Global Awareness
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Patrol MembersSecondary OneSecondary TwoSecondary ThreeSecondary Four
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BadgeScout BadgeDiscovererExplorerVoyager
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Requirements
1a. Investigate the origins and meanings behind
the National Symbols of your own country

1b. Participate and understand the significance of
Scout ceremonies, including Scouts basic drills
1. Articulate what you understand from the
National Pledge and how you live out the
aspirations espoused in the Pledge
1. Hold at least ONE of the follow proficiency
badges:

Civics proficiency or any National Campaign
Badge
1a. Investigate ONE pressing issue that Singapore
OR the world faces

1b. Do a presentation to your troop on the
findings of your research. Suggest how
Scouting can help to resolve/alleviate the issue
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2. Make friends with a Scout who has been to
an International Scout Exchange Activity and
record your findings in your Journal

OR

Make friends with a Scout from another
National Scout Organisation and find out more
about Scouting in his or her country
2. Participate in an International Exchange Activity.
Discuss with your patrol your experiences from your
activity. Include in your discussion how you
appreciated differences in how people from different
culture live. Record your discussion in your Journal
2. Hold at least ONE of the following proficiency
badges:

Conservator, World Friendship, World Scout
Environment Programme
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LevelBeginnerAdvancedExpertPro
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Activity Description (Part 1)
1. Investigate about the meanings and origins
behind the National Symbol

2. Write a summary about the meanings and origins
behind the National Symbol you have researched in
your Journal and what it means to you

3. Participate in a Scout ceremony.
(During a flag break or a flag lower)

4. Investigate about the formation and every role
that plays apart in the formation. (E.g. Patrol Leader)
1. Share with your patrol what you understood
from the National Pledge

2. Share about how you can adopt the meanings
in the National Pledge to your daily lives
1. Participate in courses to obtain ANY
National Campaign Badges:

1. Civil Defence
2. Crime Prevention
3. Heritage
4. Kindness
5. National Youth Achievement Award
6. Total Defence
7. Youth Water Ambassador

2. Write a reflection about the process –
What you have learnt? How can you apply this to
your daily life and to people around you?
1. Search for ONE pressing issue that is currently
faced by Singapore OR the world


2. Prepare a presentation about the issue and how
scouting could have or had impacted this issue

3. Share with you troop about your findings (No
limitation in the ways of presenting – E.g. Video,
Slides)
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Activity Description (Part 2)
1. Make friends with a Scout who has been to an
International Scout Exchange Activity
(E.g. Jota Joti, Jamboree)

2. Find out more and record down the differences
and similarities in practices between the two
countries.

OR

1. Make friends with a Scout from another
country.

2. Record down scouting practices in his or
her country.
1. Participate in an International Exchange activity.

2. Share with your patrol the cultural differences you
have experienced. Did you managed to overcome it?
Why or why not?

3. Share with your patrol an interesting
sight/experience that you discovered in that country.
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