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YOUTH ORGANIZATION.

BOY SCOUTS
BOY SCOUTS is an organization that teaches boys to be good citizens and trains them to become leaders. More than ten million
boys and Scout leaders belong to Boy Scout units in the 95 countries belonging to the Boy Scout World Conference. Boy Scouts in all
these lands are taught to do their duty to God, to their country and to other people. Their motto is "Be Prepared, and learning by
doing is the method used to teach them. Boy Scouts practice citizenship by electing their own boy leaders and by learning to work
together. As Scouts work and play outdoors, they acquire skills in camping, first aid, mapmaking, outdoor cooking, signalling,
swimming and woodcraft.
Sir Robert Baden-Powell of Great Britain started the Boy Scout movement in 1907, when he organised a camp for 20 boys. In 1908
he published the first Boy Scout manual. The movement spread to the United States as the result of a good turn performed for William
D. Boyce, an
American businessman, in 1909. A British Boy Scout помог положить Boyce find his way in a London fog. Boyce and others
founded the Boy Scouts of America in 1910. Today, more than six million boys and adult leaders belong to the Boy Scouts of America.
The Boy Scouts of Canada has about 350 000 участников.
VOCABULARY QUESTIONS
boy scout [skaut] - бойскаут 1. What organization is Boy Scouts?
citizenship ['sɪtɪznʃɪpj - гражданство 2. How many boys and Scout leaders belong to Boy Scout units?
to elect [ɪ'iekt] - выбирать 3. What are Boy Scouts taught to do ?
to acquire [ə'kwaɪə] - приобретать 4. What is their motto?
skill [skɪl] - умения; опыт 5. What skills do Scouts acquire ?
woodcraft ['wudkra:ft] - умение мастерить из дерева 6. Who and when stalled the Boy Scout movement?
manual ['mænjuəl] - учебник, пособие 7. Have you got similar organization for children in your country?
turn [tə:n] - услуга
Молодежная организация. Бойскауты
Это организация, в которой мальчиков учат быть хорошими гражданами и тренируют, чтобы они стали лидерами. Более десяти
миллионов мальчиков и лидеров бойскаутов являются членами дружин бойскаутов в 95 странах, входящих во Всемирную ассоциацию
бойскаутов. Бойскаутов в этих странах учат чтить Бога, свою страну и других людей. Их девиз - «Будь готов», а учиться с помощью
работы - это метод, используемый, чтобы их обучать. Бойскауты тренируются быть гражданами, выбирая своих собственных мальчиков-
лидеров и научиться работать вместе. Поскольку скауты работают и играют на свежем воздухе, они  приобретают навыки жизни в лагере,
учатся оказывать первую помощь, картографии, готовить пищу в домашних условиях, учатся сигнализировать, плавать
и мастерить из дерева.
Сэр Роберт Баден-Пауэлл из Великобритании начал движение бойскаутов 1907 p., когда он организовал лагерь для 20 мальчиков. В
1908 г. он опубликовал первое руководство для бойскаутов. Движение распространилось в Соединенных Штатах благодаря
доброй услуге, которую оказали Вильгельму Д. Бойсу, американскому предпринимателю, 1909 г. Английский бойскаут помог Бойсу найти
путь в лондонском тумане. В. Д. Бойс и другие основали движение бойскаутов в Америке 1910 г. Сегодня более шести миллионов
мальчиков и взрослых лидеров входящих в организацию бойскаутов Америки. Количество бойскаутов Канады составляет около 350 000
членов.

YOUTH ORGANIZATION. BOY SCOUTS


BOY SCOUTS is an organization that teaches boys to be good citizens and trains them to become leaders. More than ten million
boys and Scout leaders belong to Boy Scout units in the 95 countries belonging to the Boy Scout World Conference. Boy Scouts in all
these lands are taught to do their duty to God, to their country and to other people. Their motto is "Be Prepared, and learning by
doing is the method used to teach them. Boy Scouts practice citizenship by electing their own boy leaders and by learning to work
together. As Scouts work and play outdoors, they acquire skills in camping, first aid, mapmaking, outdoor cooking, signalling,
swimming and woodcraft.
Sir Robert Baden-Powell of Great Britain started the Boy Scout movement in 1907, when he organised a camp for 20 boys. In 1908
he published the first Boy Scout manual. The movement spread to the United States as the result of a good turn performed for William
D. Boyce, an
American businessman, in 1909. A British Boy Scout помог положить Boyce find his way in a London fog. Boyce and others
founded the Boy Scouts of America in 1910. Today, more than six million boys and adult leaders belong to the Boy Scouts of America.
The Boy Scouts of Canada has about 350 000 участников.
VOCABULARY QUESTIONS
boy scout [skaut] - бойскаут 1. What organization is Boy Scouts?
citizenship ['sɪtɪznʃɪpj - гражданство 2. How many boys and Scout leaders belong to Boy Scout
to elect [ɪ'iekt] - выбирать units?
to acquire [ə'kwaɪə] - приобретать 3. What are Boy Scouts taught to do ?
skill [skɪl] - умения; опыт 4. What is their motto?
woodcraft ['wudkra:ft] - умение мастерить из дерева 5. What skills do Scouts acquire ?
manual ['mænjuəl] - учебник, пособие 6. Who and when stalled the Boy Scout movement?
turn [tə:n] – услуга 7. Have you got similar organization for children in your
country?
YOUTH ORGANIZATION. BOY SCOUTS
BOY SCOUTS is an organization that teaches boys to be good citizens and trains them to become leaders. More than ten million
boys and Scout leaders belong to Boy Scout units in the 95 countries belonging to the Boy Scout World Conference. Boy Scouts in all
these lands are taught to do their duty to God, to their country and to other people. Their motto is "Be Prepared, and learning by
doing is the method used to teach them. Boy Scouts practice citizenship by electing their own boy leaders and by learning to work
together. As Scouts work and play outdoors, they acquire skills in camping, first aid, mapmaking, outdoor cooking, signalling,
swimming and woodcraft.
Sir Robert Baden-Powell of Great Britain started the Boy Scout movement in 1907, when he organised a camp for 20 boys. In 1908
he published the first Boy Scout manual. The movement spread to the United States as the result of a good turn performed for William
D. Boyce, an
American businessman, in 1909. A British Boy Scout помог положить Boyce find his way in a London fog. Boyce and others
founded the Boy Scouts of America in 1910. Today, more than six million boys and adult leaders belong to the Boy Scouts of America.
The Boy Scouts of Canada has about 350 000 участников.
VOCABULARY QUESTIONS
boy scout [skaut] - бойскаут 1. What organization is Boy Scouts?
citizenship ['sɪtɪznʃɪpj - гражданство 2. How many boys and Scout leaders belong to Boy Scout
to elect [ɪ'iekt] - выбирать units?
to acquire [ə'kwaɪə] - приобретать 3. What are Boy Scouts taught to do ?
skill [skɪl] - умения; опыт 4. What is their motto?
woodcraft ['wudkra:ft] - умение мастерить из дерева 5. What skills do Scouts acquire ?
manual ['mænjuəl] - учебник, пособие 6. Who and when stalled the Boy Scout movement?
turn [tə:n] – услуга 7. Have you got similar organization for children in your
country?

YOUTH ORGANIZATION. BOY SCOUTS


BOY SCOUTS is an organization that teaches boys to be good citizens and trains them to become leaders. More than ten million
boys and Scout leaders belong to Boy Scout units in the 95 countries belonging to the Boy Scout World Conference. Boy Scouts in all
these lands are taught to do their duty to God, to their country and to other people. Their motto is "Be Prepared, and learning by
doing is the method used to teach them. Boy Scouts practice citizenship by electing their own boy leaders and by learning to work
together. As Scouts work and play outdoors, they acquire skills in camping, first aid, mapmaking, outdoor cooking, signalling,
swimming and woodcraft.
Sir Robert Baden-Powell of Great Britain started the Boy Scout movement in 1907, when he organised a camp for 20 boys. In 1908
he published the first Boy Scout manual. The movement spread to the United States as the result of a good turn performed for William
D. Boyce, an
American businessman, in 1909. A British Boy Scout помог положить Boyce find his way in a London fog. Boyce and others
founded the Boy Scouts of America in 1910. Today, more than six million boys and adult leaders belong to the Boy Scouts of America.
The Boy Scouts of Canada has about 350 000 участников.
VOCABULARY QUESTIONS
boy scout [skaut] - бойскаут 1. What organization is Boy Scouts?
citizenship ['sɪtɪznʃɪpj - гражданство 2. How many boys and Scout leaders belong to Boy Scout
to elect [ɪ'iekt] - выбирать units?
to acquire [ə'kwaɪə] - приобретать 3. What are Boy Scouts taught to do ?
skill [skɪl] - умения; опыт 4. What is their motto?
woodcraft ['wudkra:ft] - умение мастерить из дерева 5. What skills do Scouts acquire ?
manual ['mænjuəl] - учебник, пособие 6. Who and when stalled the Boy Scout movement?
turn [tə:n] – услуга 7. Have you got similar organization for children in your
country?

YOUTH ORGANIZATION. BOY SCOUTS


BOY SCOUTS is an organization that teaches boys to be good citizens and trains them to become leaders. More than ten million
boys and Scout leaders belong to Boy Scout units in the 95 countries belonging to the Boy Scout World Conference. Boy Scouts in all
these lands are taught to do their duty to God, to their country and to other people. Their motto is "Be Prepared, and learning by
doing is the method used to teach them. Boy Scouts practice citizenship by electing their own boy leaders and by learning to work
together. As Scouts work and play outdoors, they acquire skills in camping, first aid, mapmaking, outdoor cooking, signalling,
swimming and woodcraft.
Sir Robert Baden-Powell of Great Britain started the Boy Scout movement in 1907, when he organised a camp for 20 boys. In 1908
he published the first Boy Scout manual. The movement spread to the United States as the result of a good turn performed for William
D. Boyce, an
American businessman, in 1909. A British Boy Scout помог положить Boyce find his way in a London fog. Boyce and others
founded the Boy Scouts of America in 1910. Today, more than six million boys and adult leaders belong to the Boy Scouts of America.
The Boy Scouts of Canada has about 350 000 участников.
VOCABULARY QUESTIONS
boy scout [skaut] - бойскаут 1. What organization is Boy Scouts?
citizenship ['sɪtɪznʃɪpj - гражданство 2. How many boys and Scout leaders belong to Boy Scout
to elect [ɪ'iekt] - выбирать units?
to acquire [ə'kwaɪə] - приобретать 3. What are Boy Scouts taught to do ?
skill [skɪl] - умения; опыт 4. What is their motto?
woodcraft ['wudkra:ft] - умение мастерить из дерева 5. What skills do Scouts acquire ?
manual ['mænjuəl] - учебник, пособие 6. Who and when stalled the Boy Scout movement?
turn [tə:n] – услуга 7. Have you got similar organization for children in your
country?