Consider also using the Citizenship in Society merit badge class preparation page for clarification and expections when participating in a Scoutmaster Bucky merit badge opportunity (online or in-person).
“Discussion” requirements will be either with a counselor and another individual (in accordance with Youth Protection Guidelines https://www.scouting.org/health-and-safety/gss/gss01/), or with your counselor and a small group (of Scouts), depending upon your preference.
Requirement 3 a: Think about a time you faced an ethical decision.
Requirement 3 b: List three examples of ethical decisions you might have to make in the future at school, at home, in the workplace, or in your community, and what you would do.
Requirement 3 c: Explain to your counselor how you plan to use what you have learned to assist you when that time comes, and what action(s) you can take to serve as an upstander and help other people at all times.
Requirement 4: Repeat the Scout Oath and Scout Law for your counselor. Choose two of the three following scenarios and discuss what you could do as a Scout to demonstrate leadership and your understanding of what it means to help others who may seem different from you:
|Repeated the Scout Oath and Scout Law|
|Connected with another Scout or youth|
|Shared different aspect of your identity|
a. Making others feel included.
b. Practicing active listening.
c. Creating an environment where others feel comfortable to share their ideas and perspectives.
d. Helping others feel valued for their input and suggestions.
e. Standing up for others.
Requirement 11 b: Explain how including diverse thoughts and opinions from others with different identities can: