For and Against: A Discussion on the Award Scheme provides a critical review of the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award for Young People. The awarding scheme is divided into two, a scheme for Boys and a scheme for Girls. The awards are given in bronze, silver, and gold.
This book covers the means of determining the recipient of the award; the benefits that is given by the awarding system; the origin and development of the award giving body; the member clubs and organization involve in the awarding scheme; the activities organized by the committee; and fields of study that is under the coverage of the awarding scheme. This text also considers the design for living of the participants as well as a study of the possible improvements that could be made to the awarding system. The awarding system aims to provide an encouragement for youth to participate in physical exercises. The final chapter describes the opinions of panel member that is critical to the determination of winners.
The book can provide useful information to the general reader.
Chapter 1 Opposing Views
Chapter 2 A Brief Outline of the Award
Chapter 3 How the Scheme is Run
Chapter 4 The Part the Award May Play in Clubs
Chapter 5 Starting the Scheme
Chapter 6 The Service Section
Chapter 7 Expedition and Adventure
Chapter 8 Pursuits and Interests
Chapter 9 Design for Living
Chapter 10 Physical Fitness
Chapter 11 Various Opinions Considered
Chapter 12 An Eye to the Future
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- © Pergamon 1967
- 1st January 1967
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