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Ceremonies in Kab

Scouting
CATALINA O. DUQUE
Discussant
OBJECTIVES:
At the end of the session, the participants
should be able to:
Explain the value of ceremonies in the life of a KAB Scout

Identify the types of ceremonies used in KAB Scouting

Discuss the hints in conducting an effective KAB Scout ceremony

Participate in demonstration of a KAB Scout Ceremony


Ceremonies in Kab Scouting
Importance of Ceremonies in Kab Scouting
Ceremonies provide meaning and zest to the boys
as they move along the KAB scouting trail for they:

Acknowledge in a formal way work well done.

Impress upon the boys and their parents the purpose and
meaning of every aspect of KAB scouting.

Stimulate advancement in the Kawan by creating incentives


to do things not only for fun but also for recognition.

Provide opportunities for recognition of parents’ participation


and involvement in the program.

Serve as an opportunity to recognize the contribution of the


Kawan Leaders towards success.
Ceremonies in Kab Scouting
Types of Ceremonies for Kab Scouts
An alert Kawan Leader takes advantage of
every opportunity for recognizing boys, their families,
and leaders through ceremonies

OPENING AND
WELCOME ADVANCEMENT
CLOSING
CEREMONY CEREMONY
CEREMONIES

INSTITUTION CHARTER AND


INVESTITURE
CHARTER RENEWAL
CEREMONY
PRESENTATION

GOING-UP RECOGNITION
CEREMONY CEREMONY
Ceremonies in Kab Scouting
Hints on Kab Scout Ceremonies
Keep speaking parts to a minimum; boys seldom talk
aloud enough (from a stage) to be heard.
Caution them against letting their voices trail off into a
whisper.

Pronounce words distinctly and correctly.

If badges are to be presented as a part of the


ceremony, have them arranged on the table in a
manner that will enable the leader to present them
quickly and easy.
If a candle is to be lighted, it’s easier if it is saturated
with lighter fluid shortly before the ceremony.
Ceremonies in Kab Scouting
Hints on Kab Scout Ceremonies

PASSWORD: K I S S M I L F

K eep m eaningful

I t I nteresting

S hort & l ively and

S imple f un
Ceremonies in Kab Scouting
Suggested Program for a Kawan Installation and
Investiture Ceremony

1. Opening Ceremony
a.) Enhance of the Kawan (led by Kawan
Leaders, Assistant Kawan Leaders and Color
Group Leaders)
b.) Entrance of Guests and Local Scout
Officials
c.) Entrance of Colors
d. National Anthem
e.) Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag
Ceremonies in Kab Scouting
Suggested Program for a Kawan Installation and
Investiture Ceremony

2.Welcome Address (by Head of Institutional)

3. Presentation of Kawan Charter (to Head of


Institution)

4. Induction of the Institutional Scouting Committee


Members (each receives his Membership Card,
membership Badge and neckerchief)

5. Induction of the Kawan Leader and her Assistants


(by Institutional Scouting Committee Chairman)
Ceremonies in Kab Scouting
Suggested Program for a Kawan Installation and
Investiture Ceremony

6. Recitation of the KAB Scout Promise and Law


(may be candle ceremony by new KAB Scouts)

7. Parents’ Promise

8. Investiture of new Scouts (Each boy receives his


Membership Card, Membership Badge, and his
neckerchief. Parents/sponsors should don the
neckerchief on the boy).
Ceremonies in Kab Scouting
Suggested Program for a Kawan Installation and
Investiture Ceremony

9. Inspirational Talk (optional, preferably none)

10. Kawan Song (e.g. “Itong Ilaw ng KAB Scout”)

11. Closing Ceremony


a. Scout Benediction
b. Recessional (National Flag, Guests,
Leaders, Kawan, audience)
Ceremonies in Kab Scouting

Seremonya ng (Pagtatapos) Pagtaas


(Going Up Ceremony)