Inspirations, Beliefs and Attitudes
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Requirements1. My Beliefs
Share with your Patrol your beliefs and practices in your religion.
(Choose any religion to research into if you do not have one)
1. I Promise to Act
Explain how the Scout Promise & Law can be a part of your daily life.
(Examples include, but are not limited to videos, posters, photos montage, comic
strips or skit, etc.)
1. They Say, I Quote
Collect inspirational and meaningful quotes on Scouting, Leadership, and Nature.
Choose and share your favourite FIVE with your Patrol. Discuss why these quotes
are meaningful to you and relate how they help you as a Scout.
1. Literature Review
Review a speech, movie, book or play that has impacted you and explain how it has
shaped your life’s perspective.
The theme can be about the environment, education and development, youths, social
entrepreneurship, Life purpose, etc.
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2. Thank You
Note down acts of kindness towards you in your Journal.
Write a letter of gratitude to someone whom you are thankful to in life.
2. Let’s Celebrate
Research with another Scout (preferably of another faith) on TWO religious
practices or festivals of your respective faiths celebrated in Singapore. Present
your findings to your Patrol.
(Examples of leading questions.
• Compare and contrast the religious practices or festivals
• How are they celebrated?
• What is the significance of these religious practices or festivals to their community?
2. Reflections
Spend at least 30 minutes in solitude in a natural surrounding. Observe and feel
with your senses.
Reflect:
Why is nature important to you?
Why should I take care of nature?
What is ONE thing that i can do to take care of the Nature?
• Record your observations and reflections.
2. I’m Your Mentor
Be a buddy to a junior Scout in your Troop for at least THREE months.
Share with him your experiences / perspectives on Scouting, and relate them to the
Scout Promise & Law. Share the challenges you’ve faced and how you overcame them
in the presence of a Scout Leader.
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Activity Description
(Part 1)
1) Investigate into your religion
2) Find out about 3 INTERESTING things (Festival, Prayers, Beliefs)
3) There should be a total of three points that should be shared with your patrol
4) Three photos of these beliefs or practices should also be shared with the patrol
5) Write a reflection on the sharing - Why have you learnt and how did it help you understand your religion better
1) Research into the Scout Promise & Law and think about what they mean to you
2) Think about how you can apply or uphold the Promise & Law in your daily life
3) Showcase your understanding of the Promise & Law in your own CREATIVE way! (e.g, a skit, or cartoon, etc
1) Search for any 5 meaningful quotes on the following topics:
- Scouting, Leadership, and Nature (mix and match)
2) Share with your patrol why they are meaningful to you
1) Think about something you have heard, read or watched before that has impacted or changed your life in a huge way
2) Write it down in your journal AND
3) Write a reflection on the following:
- What did you learn
- How did it make you feel
- How did it change the way you think
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Activity Description
(Part 2)
1) Discover 3 acts of kindness (something nice someone did) for you
2) Write a letter to thank this person and attach it to your journal or write directly into your journal
1) Look back and think about what you did for My Belief in Scout Badge
2) Compare what you have shared with your patrol to another patrol member
3) Write down the differences between what you found in your religion and theirs
4a) Write down a reflection on how are these things important or significant to your religion?
4b) Does it make you appreciate your religion more? If so, how?
1) Find a place of solitude which is quiet and enables you to think uninterrupted (e.g, nature park, Little Guilin, etc)
2) Make sure you tell your parents where you are going and always ensure you are in a safe and well-lit place
3) Spend 30 minutes at the location and experience the natural environment
- Try to spot animals which you have never seen or hardly see
- Look at the plants in your surroundings
- Think about the environment and how it makes you feel
4) At the end of the 30 minutes, take out your journal and write down 3 points on:
- How did your experience in nature make you feel and why do you feel that way?
- How can we protect such places so that other people can enjoy it?
- Would you come back again? If yes, why?
1) Be a buddy to a Secondary One scout for THREE months
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