Transcript: The Order of the Arrow is Scouting's National Honor Society Hit the trail, grab a paddle, put on a lifejacket Just GO! . . .Promote camping, responsible outdoor adventure, and environmental stewardship as essential components of every Scout’s experience, in the unit, year-round, and in summer camp. . . -The Purpose of the OA We are charged to, Where else will you get to do such meaningful service in the beauty of the wilderness?
Transcript: What Is Order of The Arrow? The Order of The Arrow is the Boy Scouts of America's national Honor Society The goal of the Order of Arrow is to establish the Scout Oath and Law as lifelong guidelines and to encourage continuous involvement in Scouting. So what's the difference between the Order of The Arrow and regular Boy Scouting? The difference is simple: We are the cream of the crop What does this mean? The Order of The Arrow has youth elected by their peers within their troop that represent the Scout Oath and Law the best. A good portion of the boys elected will cross over and become the next generation of the great Order of The Arrow tradition. These boys are the Cream of The Crop and will demonstrate the principles of good Scouting throughout their Scouting outings as well as their everyday lives. So now that you know a little about the Order of The Arrow let's dive into the fun part...... THE HISTORY OF THE ORDER OF THE ARROW!!!!!!! The Order of The Arrow is the Boy Scouts of America's national Honor Society
Transcript: The Order of The Arrow ! What's that? Presented by: Chris Mercer 2013 Tau Chapter Chief Purpose of this Presentation : My Goal is by the end of this presentation YOU will have information on what the Order of the Arrow is and how it can help scouts grow in their scouting experience. Our Mission Statement ! The Mission of the Order of the Arrow is to fulfill its purpose as an integral part of the Boy Scouts of America through positive Leadership under the guidance of selected capable adults. The Order of the Arrow is A YOUTH RUN ORGANIZATION !!!!! The The Order of the Arrow was founded in 1915 by Dr. E . Urner Goodman and Co founded by Carol A Edson On Treasure Island at Philadelphia Council Scout Camp. The Order of the Arrow was Founded to serve a useful purpose: to cause the Scout Oath an Law to spring into action in all parts of the nation. In the year 2013 the Order of the Arrow is still dedicated to this high purpose. It was created to recognize those scouts who best exemplified the scout oath and law in their daily lives. The order also provides scouts with life changing opportunities that are not avable in all scout troops . The Order of the Arrow is scouting's National Honor Society Honoring the scouts for their scholarship,leadership,service and character. One of the Orders GREATEST achievements is, and will continue to be The Strengthrning of the scouting movement as an Outdoor Experence. "The Order of the Arrow is a 'thing of the spirit' rather than of mechanics. Organization, operational procedure, and paraphernalia are necessary in any large and growing movement, but they are not what count in the end. The things of the spirit count: Brotherhood, in a day when there is too much hatred at home and abroad; Cheerfulness, in a day when the pessimists have the floor; Service, in a day when millions are interested only in getting or grasping rather than giving." -Dr.E Urner Goodman What are the Requirments for a scout to get nominated into the Order of the Arrow?? There are a Few requirments that MUST be complete before a scout can be NOMINATED into the order. First: The Scout MUST be a Reistered member of the Boy Scouts of America. Second: A scout MUST have at least 15 days and nights of Boy Scout Camping during the two years prior to election. The 15 days and nights must include one, but no more than one long term camp consisting of 6 consectuive days and 5 nights of resident camping, approved by the BSA ( summer Camp) Third: The youth must be under the age of 21, and hold at least the BSA first class Rank. Finally: The scout MUST have the Approval of the SCOUTMASTER :) An Arrowman's primary responsiblity is to his TROOP! Because it was your fellow troop members who elected them. Okay , We now know what the History is and the requirements for a nomination into the order of the arrow , But what can scouts learn after being nominated? Scouts in the OA can learn ... LEADERSHIP!! Scouts that enter the OA have a better opportunity to learn leadership skills and use the skills they have learned in different situations. Scouts that get elected into to OA are given the opportunity to lead in their Troop, Chapter, and Lodge. Sometimes scouts even take it even further to lead the section , regonal or national Level of the Order of the Arrow! Scouts can also learn.... Social Skills !!!! Like .... Public Speaking!!!! Being in a leadership position in the troop , chapter , or lodge, leads to speaking to large numbers of other scouts. Some of these leadership opportunities can lead to extremely exciting and fun events such as ..... All of these events give scouts opportunities to rise to challenges and goals set by them.Even if these goals or challenges are not achieved the scouts have learned something useful during the process. Scouts also Learn SERVICE TO OTHERS ! (Service, in a day when millions are interested only in getting or grasping rather than giving.) Dr.Goodman. Scouts particapate in servive Projects at camps like at Boddie, Charles, Bonner North these projects consist of tent raising for summer camp , making trails safer for campers ect. These projects teach scouts to give instead of get. Any Questions that you have I would be happy to answer them for you ! :D Thank You for your time and Listening:)
Transcript: "Native American Renaissance" a gift An aged woman’s glistening eyes meet mine She turns, stoops, Hands me her wrinkled peach. I gaze into the peach And see myself as an old woman. I touch wrinkles and slumped shoulders. I hear The advertisements of dyes and youthful creams. I taste strong cups of tea and bitter pills. I feel heavy shawls and lonely afternoons. I see roaring busy streets and crowded stores. I smell smoggy congested cities. I sense fear of the end of my speeding life. I shuffle. Tears are in my eyes. I see a young stranger, I turn, stoop, hand her my wrinkled peach. I understand and turn to thank her, But the old woman is gone. Strong focus on self-reflection and identity development Validating indigenous perspectives Boarding school environment Guided by non-Native instructors Asked to write within Western forms Students must write in English English education is the ultimate, "incidental" goal of the program Language is "the result of self-motivated practice" Believe and teach students to believe they have something to say about life Figure out each student's "experience-based subjects" Have students keep writing until they have said just what they wanted to say Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis "War on Poverty" founded 1968 American Indian Movement Ashley Nicole McCray Stressed importance of forming indigenous identity Centrality of language Xuno López Recognizing colonial past in our present Validating indigenous knowledge Reconnecting the mind and the heart Recovering languages Connecting with land Arrow I Civil Rights Movement Commissioner of Indian Affairs Nathaniel Taylor (1867-1869), "it costs less to civilize than to kill." English assumed to inculcate the learner with Anglo values English-only education 100 years later Focus on termination Movement from vocational training begins 1960s Published in 1969 Award-winning student work from BIA-run boarding schools Program with dual intentions Teach English Give students a voice de·col·o·nize "Language ‘is not merely a reproducing instrument for voicing ideas, but is itself a shaper of ideas, the programme and guide for the individual's meaningful activity.’" Noun-based versus verb-based languages Tenses, pronouns American Indian Child Welfare Crisis 1964 Can we characterize this program as a decolonial effort? teaching philosophy BIA and education
Transcript: Improvement of camping facilities and camping areas at Council camps due to service Teaching camping skills and a great opportunity for those teaching to refine their skills and leadership abilities. Aid the Scoutmaster as a resource for teaching. New unit assistance is where older Scouts help a new unit prepare for its first camping trip. Retention of older Scouts in the unit by providing more sophisticated challenges with older Scouts and the Order's quest for service in additional areas. Unit assistance in the form of expert trainers, borrowed leadership and role models. Improved leadership roles Youth Eligibility It does the opposite, having an involvement with the OA will result in MORE active older scouts. Adult is considered to be 21 or over Must be nominated by Troop Committee Must be a registered Scouter and meet camping requirements Adult forms must be mailed in to Council by the due date Adult nomination information will be handed out at Troop elections, IF a scout has been elected Mr. Lins (Lodge Adviser) - Thump525@aol.com Kevin Zebrowski (Lodge Chief) - firstname.lastname@example.org Danny Woods ( 1st Vice Chief) - email@example.com Christopher Gough (2nd Vice Chief) - ChristopherGough7@gmail.com Micheal Sabanos (Unit elections adult adviser) - FLGuy28451@aol.com Gerard Case - firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Cody (Chapter Adviser) - email@example.com http://prezi.com/im9oqj7zptbz/the-order-of-the-arrow/ Questions? How is the OA getting involved with Cub Scouts? Belt Loop Bash ( 4/27/13) - This event is being held at Yards Creek during the OA's Spring Fling. The purpose of the event is to interact with Cub Scouts, assist them in working towards their belt loops, and have a great time. Cub Parent Weekends (7/20-21/13 & 8/17-18/13) - For those who have been before it is a great time including many activities, great food, and fun Campfires. Required approval by the Unit Leader Must be a registered member of a Boy Scout troop or Varsity Scout team and hold at least the First Class rank Must have experienced fifteen days and nights of Boy Scout camping during the two-year period prior to the election. The fifteen days and nights must include one, but no more than one, long-term camp consisting of six consecutive days and five nights of resident camping, approved and under the auspices and standards of the BSA. The balance of the camping must be overnight, weekend, or other short-term camps Scout must be under 21 years old ONLY if at least one youth was elected for the Ordeal. The # of Adults nominated can be no more than 1/3 of the # of Youth elected, rounded up when the Youth # is not divisible by 3. Examples: 1 Youth elected = 1 Adult nominee 2 Youth elected = 1 Adult nominee 4 Youth elected = 2 Adult nominees In addition, the currently serving Unit Leader can be nominated, as long as he/she served for at least the previous 12 months LEC has recently made a position for Cub Scout involvement. OA is taking large strides to try and help the little brothers in blue (Cub Scouts) and get everyone involved. What is the Purpose of the OA? Adult Eligibility Founded in 1915 by Dr. E. Urner Goodman and Carroll A. Edson at the Treasure Island Camp of the Philadelphia Council Became an official program experiment in 1922 and was approved as part of the Scouting program in 1934 In 1948, the OA, recognized as the national brotherhood of honor campers, became an official part of the BSA Websites Where did the OA come from? Scheduling - Unit elections can be scheduled through your Chapter Chief, or Chapter Adviser Basic process - OA and your Troop agree on a date and time (any normal troop meeting). On that day 3 OA members arrive and after a short explanation conduct the elections by secret ballot. The election results are tallied and announced, if you choose to do so Paperwork is completed, off to the Ordeal Before we move on, any Questions? National OA website - http://www.oa-bsa.org/ Sakuwit 2 Website - http://sakuwit22012.mytroop.us/front_page This is NOT the first site you will find when googling Sakuwit Lodge 2 This Presentation - Contacts Benefits of the OA How many Adults? Doesn't the OA steal older boys away from the Troop? How could having youth in the OA benefit the Troop? Whats going on with Cub Scouts? How does this effect my Troop? To recognize those who best exemplify the Scout Oath and Law in their daily lives To promote camping, responsible outdoor adventure, and environmental stewardship as essential components of every Scout’s experience To develop leaders with the willingness, character, spirit and ability to advance the activities of their units, our Brotherhood, Scouting, and ultimately our nation To crystallize the Scout habit of helpfulness into a life purpose of leadership in cheerful service to others Unit Elections
Transcript: BIG Picture History of the Order of the Arrow Why we do what we do 1915- No lodges, not national organization. Wimachtdenienk W.W. 1920- Formed an organization called Unami Constitution. 1922- Official program "experiment" 1934- Approved part of the scouting program 1948- BSA's national brotherhood of honor campers. Official part of the BSA 1998- Finally became BSA's National Honor Society Broadened its reach E. Urner Goodman Carrol Edson 1915 Scouting's National Honor Society Treasure Island Camp 1915: Good contrast and blended in with ceremonial robes 1916-1918: Only two levels called degrees. First combined Ordeal with Brotherhood. Second Degree was similar to Vigil. 1935 became "Honors" 1920: Established Ordeal, Brotherhood, Vigil. Two others were going to be added but then abandoned. When Unami Constitution formed, the white sash with the red arrow was created. 1930s: Ordealies wore sashes over right shoulder; Brotherhoods on the left. Vigils wore one on each shoulder and one around the waist. 1933: Triangle was symbol of Vigil, but now Vigils wore one sash with a triangle but no arrow. 1950: Brotherhood sash added bars 1951: Triangle on Vigil Sash shrunk Varieties of the Sash have been made for special occasions, members, etc. History of the Sash Honor special scouts Give older scouts campouts with less responsibility Bigger scale Keeps 18-21 involved as youth Gives older people something to come back to Service Projects Meet more and new people Fun events keep membership up Young kids strive for First Class ORDER OF THE ARROW HISTORY IN BRIEF Rough Start
Transcript: Lodge Chief- Keith Zontini Vice Chief of Program- Austin Heisey Vice chief of Inductions- David Coughlin Treasurer- Isaac Niedzielski Secretary- Jonathan Rivernider The Obligation I do hereby promise on my honor as a Scout, that I will always and faithfully observe and preserve the traditions of the Order of the Arrow, Wimachtendienk, Wingolauchsik, Witahemui. I will always regard the ties of Brotherhood in the Order of the Arrow as lasting, and will seek to preserve a Cheerful spirit, even in the midst of irksome tasks and weighty responsibilities, and will endeavor, so far as in my power lies, to be unselfish in Service and devotion to the welfare of others. November Roundtable- The Order of the Arrow lodge officers
Transcript: What is the Purpose of the OA? QUESTIONS? What is the Ordeal? The induction ceremony, called the Ordeal, is the first step toward full membership in the OA. During the experience, candidates: - maintain silence, - receive small amounts of food, - work on camp improvement projects, - sleep apart from other campers under the skies. *The entire experience is designed to teach significant values of silence, fasting, hard work, and independence. Eligibility Requirements What is the Order of the Arrow? As Scouting’s National Honor Society, its purpose is to: - Recognize those who best exemplify the Scout Oath and Law in their daily lives and through that recognition cause others to conduct themselves in a way that warrants similar recognition. - Promote camping, outdoor adventure, and environmental stewardship as essential components of every Scout’s experience, in the unit, year-round, and in summer camp. - Develop leaders with the willingness, character, spirit and ability to advance the activities of their units, our Brotherhood, Scouting, and ultimately our nation. - Crystallize the Scout habit of helpfulness into a life purpose of leadership in cheerful service to others. - The OA is scouting's national honor society. It recognizes Scouts and Scouters who best exemplify the Scout Oath and Law in their daily lives. - Arrowmen are known for maintaining camping traditions and spirit, promoting year-round and long-term resident camping, developing leaders, and providing cheerful service to others. - OA service and training are models of quality leadership development that enrich, support, and help to extend Scouting to America's youth. Pre- Ordeal ceremony Reference 1) Hold the First Class rank as a minimum. 2) Have experienced 15 days and nights of Boy Scout camping during the two-year period prior to the election. Must include one, but no more than one, long-term camp consisting of six consecutive days and five nights of resident camping. (summer camp) 3) Have scoutmaster approval before election. 4) Must be elected by fellow scouts. (50%) After the Election 5) Must pass Ordeal. More information can be found at www.oa-bsa.org/ or ktemaque.org The Order of the Arrow Depo Oyerinde Ktemaque Lodge #15 Vice Chief
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