Re: MBs and the Handicapped Scout
Fred Rogers (fredrogers@VNET.IBM.COM)
Fri, 4 Aug 1995 06:47:29 EDT
On Wed, 2 Aug 1995 12:21:22 MDT, Jonathan Dixon <dixonj@ROCOCO.COLORADO.EDU> wri
> The only requirement that I would see a problem for is teaching the
> techniques to the patrol/troop/post, which would have to either be done
> beforehand or by gathering the group together at camp and spending a little
> while teaching it. The others can be done in groups of 3 (each person sets
> up and runs the two courses they need to do, and participates in the two
> courses of each of the other 2, which more than meets the requirements).
> Perhaps it'll take a bit more than an hour a day, but it is doable.
While Jon is talking about Orienteering MB, there are several which has
a requirement to teach something to the patrol/troop/post. We do this
regularly at summer camp. When a scout needs to teach something, we
try to schedule some time for it during free periods. Most of the
scouts in our troop participate willingly because they realize that
their time will roll around and they will need an audience also.
Fred Rogers <email@example.com>
Scoutmaster of Troop 30
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City