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Tell the World

Does your Section have a website? Have you contributed to it? Sharing your Adventures online is a great way to inspire others. You’ll probably even find that other Sections will reach out to your own, maybe even to get together and share an Adventure! There are many sites and online tools that your team can use to create a page for your Section, whether you’re creating a social media profile or building a page that has more of its own look. Your only limit is your collective imagination!

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Plan

  • What is your purpose for the website? What would you like to share?
  • What skills do various members of your team bring to creating a website?
  • What skills do you need to learn to create the website? Who can help you learn those skills?
  • What tasks need to be done to create the website? Who will do each task?

Do

  • Develop your website. Include your favourite stories, videos and photos!

Review

  • What do you know now that you did not know before?
  • Did you have fun? Why or why not?
  • How did you feel before, during, and after this project?
  • What would you do differently in the future?
  • How can you imagine your website evolving?

Keep it Simple

  • How do you tell your parents what’s happening in your Section? Write a newsletter (or e-newsletter) to send out to your parents/guardians on a regular basis. Let them know what events are coming up, what cool things you have done and anything else they should know about!

Take it Further

  • If your Group does not already have a website, make one! Create a website for your Group and highlight the amazing things that your Group does.