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PostPosted: Wed Jan 12, 2005 1:00 pm 
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We have teaching outlines for Class Levels available at our site:

http://www.xtremeyouthresources.org

These are now up for most classes including requirements, a suggested calendar and time frames.

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 17, 2005 11:30 am 
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These outlines are excellent.

The class workbooks from Advent Source will also help with the planning and tracking of the classwork.

I find that planning the Pathfinder year so that a little gets done all year long is very helpful. Currently the club is working on Bible Bowl and classwork is on hold, but this is in the schedule and will not cause a problem.


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Is it possible for you to delete the previous subject so that we don't go there first and get confused?

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What link do you think needs edited? Be specific and I'll see if I can help you.

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ya, the link is: http://www.pathfindersonline.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=46
it is also called "Class work teaching outlines available" in the general class levels (classwork) catagorie

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 11, 2007 12:57 pm 
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The following is not the original site I found this, but is a site where it is still listed.
The section for each class and their requirements are listed as different than what is in the classwork notebooks.
I like the way this one is set up. The revision date is 2004. Is this an official version or not?

http://www.sdascotland.com/pathfinders_and_adventurers.asp


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Hi Michelle,
Those look like the GC version of the classwork. It is slightly different, but it is official.

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PostPosted: Sat Feb 24, 2007 11:17 am 
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Any item you find posted on a site outside of the NAD may be official in that area but not in NAD. The requirements listed at pathfindersonline are the official standard here, there are additional classes in certain conferences and others involved in pilot programs for SPD and 'new' GC standards but, these are not wide release for NAD.

The site you listed is in Scotland, I am not sure if that is TED or not. It is not using the same requirements we do here in NAD. Gc adopted these requirements in 2004, each Division then has the option to adopt them or not. Many divisions in the Easter Hemisphere with the primary exception of South Pacific adopt them because they do not have the resources to develop their own options and GC is good at what they do so there is no reason not to adopt them.

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Lol, the Easter Hemisphere! Jk, I understand typos...

Well, I guess that's where Easter got it's start, right?

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Okay then, Eastern. So my typing leaves something to be desired I can admit that. :)


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I was just kidding... Your well thought out posts make up for it :wink:

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