Academin Camping "RECORDAR" (WHAT (Leadership Wisdom lab …
Academin Camping "RECORDAR"
To awake in students the general feeling for the program (The Adventure begins.
"Breaking the walls of the school".)
To get a clear Big Picture
To establish Mission Statement for the year
To evaluate the past year
To start stablishing certain widely important HABITS
To prepare intensely students so they may be worthy of being dubbed knights (and ladies) in the accolade ceremony in the end of the camping
8th Graders: 7
9th Graders: 17
150.000 Gs Each Student :question:
Granja Ariju / Granja de Sra María
Iguazu Waterfalls :question:
Students and some of the theacher :question:
Team the students up for the different moments of services
PQRST lab :pen:
Students of 9th Grade
We need to team them up in different groups and distribute them the themes of the course, so they can get together and prepare everything during the holidays. They may be allowed to use any resources they think helpful, but with our guidance.
Notetaking --> Gabriel
Teamwork lab :checkered_flag: :<3:
All kinds of team building games and activities
Value of Common Good
Appreciating others' work
5 Cancerous behaviors and their contraries, the virtues proper to teamworking...
Leadership Wisdom lab :silhouette:
4 Disciplines :question:
Wonder of Nature
& Observation Skills
Astronomy (What's celestial)
Contemplation of night sky
Natural Science (What's terrestrial)
Connecting Symbolism in nature
Love of the Good, the True and the BEAUTIFUL - Eutrapelia at Campfire
Learning and declaring Great Poems
Learning and singing Great Songs
Learning/inventing drama and dance choreographies
Final product: multi-artistic one whole great presentation that gets filmed the last night.
:!?: First experience of the historical moment we're going to learn and live out in the year. Something concerning inventions, discoveries, etc...
Knights and noble Ladies are selected after demonstrating the depth of their faith, the complexity and purity of its ideal, and the grandeur of its art. They lived by the “Obiter dictum…” if needs must, to lay down your life ”. They were “hired men of arms” who swore allegiance to a monarch or lord, soldiers whose high morals, military ritual, and rigid code of behavior became legendary and exemplified the sense of honor and duty known as “Chivalry”.
Becoming a knight was not a widely attainable goal in the medieval era. Only the sons of a knight were eligible for the ranks of knighthood. Those who were destined to become knights were singled out: in boyhood, these future warriors were sent off to a castle as pages, later becoming squires. Commonly around the age of 20, knights would be admitted to their rank in a ceremony called either "dubbing" (from the French adoubement ), or the "Accolade."
The “accolade” is a ceremony to confer knighthood that may take many forms, including, for example, the tapping of the flat side of a sword on the shoulders of a candidate or an embrace about the neck. In the Middle Ages a part of the ceremony of investiture was known as “the Vigil” . During the Middle Ages, a squire on the night before his knighting ceremony was expected to take a cleansing bath, fast, make confession, and then hold an all-night vigil of prayer to God in the chapel, readying himself for his life as a knight. He would dress in white, which was the symbol for purity.
A squire finally became a knight at a ceremony of dubbing. This was originally a blow to the neck with the hand.
By the 13th century the blow was replaced by a tap with the sword. Often the squire’s master, or even the King, performed the dubbing. The "knight-elect" knelt in front of the monarch on a knighting-stool when the ceremony is performed. First, the monarch lays the flat side of the sword's blade onto the accolade's right shoulder. He then raises the sword gently just up over the apprentice's head and places it then on his left shoulder. The new knight then stands up after being promoted and the King or Queen presents him with the insignia of the order to which he has been appointed. The knight's sword and spurs were then fastened on, and a celebration might follow.
Ritual para Armar Caballeros