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Second Class Scout

  1. Narrate anecdotes/stories depicting the Scout Oath and Law, the Scout Motto, and the Scout Slogan.

  2. Attend religious instructions and religious services.

  3. Demonstrate how to hoist, lower, display, fold, and show respect to the Philippine flag.

  4. Identify your Troop Committee members and Institutional Leaders and describe what they do to help the Troop.

  5. Earn the equivalent of one-half-day's wage.

  6. Tell the troop traditions that you should observe.

  7. Explain how to take care of the property of your Sponsoring Institution.

  8. Demonstrate to your Patrol how to help ensure sanitation in the community.

  9. Explain and discuss the Safe Swim Defense Plan and be able to undergo Basic Swimming Lessons.

  10. Describe the five-(5) vital steps in giving First Aid. Demonstrate First Aid for fever, sunstroke, heatstroke, dog bites, snake bites, foreign-object in the eye, asphyxiation and transporting of the injured.

  11. Name at least five-(5) animal friends and explain why they are so. Name at least five-(5) birds, fish, and/or insects observed during a hike.

  12. Do some repairs in the home to the satisfaction of your parents.

  13. Demonstrate when to use the following knots and lashings: overhand knot, fisherman's knot, square lashing, diagonal lashing, figure-of-eight lashing, continuous lashing. Make a model of a pioneering project.

  14. With the use of a compass or any other means, orient a street map or topographic map. Show a friend how to reach a certain place using a map.

  15. Determine personal measurements, including the length of your step. Use these for determining heights, widths, weights and distances.

  16. Discuss with your leaders the proper decorum in boarding and alighting from vehicles, social gatherings, convocations, sacred places, etc.

  17. Tell what to do on a safe hike. Take an eight-kilometer hike with the Troop, Patrol, or two other Scouts, using proper hiking methods and road courtesies. Sketch the route from your home to the hike site.

  18. Discuss with your Troop Leader proper communication with peers. Discuss also how to set goals.

  19. Earn the Safety and the Citizenship in the Home Merit Badges.

 

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