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Transcript of Scouts
Movement ASDE: Federation of Scouts of Spain
WOSM: World Organization of the Scout Movement
WFIS: World Federation of Independent Scouts
Etc. World situation Following its foundation in the United Kingdom, Scouting spread around the globe. In most countries of the world, there is now at least one Scouting organization. The WOSM organizes the World Scout Jamboree every four years. The Scout Movement is a voluntary, non-partisan educational movement for young people.
Its aim is the physical, intellectual, emotional, social and spiritual development of young people, making "responsible citizens committed to the world". Who founded it?
Origins Stages Jóvenes Castores (age 5-8) Manada (age 8-11) Tropa (age 11-15) Esculta (age 15-18) Clan and Scouters (18 years and the above) They adapt the scouting method to "The Jungle Book" to make it easier for children to understand. It is divided in groups called "patrols" named after an animal. They coexist with nature, meet people of their age, learn many techniques. Their motto: "Be ready" This is the section that makes the most enjoyable activities like bike rides, climbing, Way of St. James, camps, volunteering... Stages in my scout group RAS (the cat) Neat
BARU (ant) Worker
REBRU (bear) Friends of Nature
Salky (bird) Skilful They are the monitors and helpers who direct the activities and care for children Associations Lord Robert Stephenson Smyth Baden-Powell of Gilwell (1857-1941) founded the Scout Movement in 1907 in the UK.
The scout movement started during war time in Africa, where Baden-Powell was serving. BP formed a body composed of volunteers trained by him.
In 1907, BP made its first experimental camp on Brownsea Island. This camp was successful.
Later, the movement took increasingly harder. Around 1909 gain began importance in female participation.