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'''SPICES''' stands for a set of youth development goals covering six areas: '''S'''ocial, '''P'''hysical, '''I'''ntellectual, '''C'''haracter, '''E'''motional, and '''S'''piritual'''.
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'''SPICES''' stands for a set of youth development goals covering six areas: '''S'''ocial, '''P'''hysical, '''I'''ntellectual, '''C'''haracter, '''E'''motional, and '''S'''piritual'''. SPICES represents one of the three main elements of the [[Canadian Path]].
  
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*'''Social''' - Acquire the concept of interdependence with others, explore a sense of being part of a diverse group and develop my abilities in cooperation and leadership.
  
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*'''Physical''' - Be responsible for the care and well-being of my own body.
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*'''Intellectual''' - Develop my ability to think, to plan, to innovate and to use information in an original way to adapt to new situations.
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*'''Character''' - Learn responsibility towards myself while at the same time balancing that with respect for others.
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*'''Emotional''' - Recognize my own feelings and learn to express them in a healthy manner while respecting the feelings of others.
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*'''Spiritual''' - Learn to recognize that I am a part of a larger spiritual reality and to respect the spiritual choices of others.
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==External Links==
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* [http://www.scouts.ca/canadianpath/journey.html#sthash.Fw2J9Vno.dpuf Canadian Path website]
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Revision as of 14:15, 29 October 2013

SPICES stands for a set of youth development goals covering six areas: Social, Physical, Intellectual, Character, Emotional, and Spiritual. SPICES represents one of the three main elements of the Canadian Path.

  • Social - Acquire the concept of interdependence with others, explore a sense of being part of a diverse group and develop my abilities in cooperation and leadership.
  • Physical - Be responsible for the care and well-being of my own body.
  • Intellectual - Develop my ability to think, to plan, to innovate and to use information in an original way to adapt to new situations.
  • Character - Learn responsibility towards myself while at the same time balancing that with respect for others.
  • Emotional - Recognize my own feelings and learn to express them in a healthy manner while respecting the feelings of others.
  • Spiritual - Learn to recognize that I am a part of a larger spiritual reality and to respect the spiritual choices of others.

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