You and your companions have just survived a crash in a small plane. Both the pilot and co-pilot were killed in the crash. It is mid-January, and you are in Northern Canada. The daily temperature is 25 below zero, and the night time temperature is 40 below zero. There is snow on the ground, and the countryside is wooded with several creeks, criss-crossing the area. The nearest town is 20 miles away. You are all dressed in city clothes appropriate for a business meeting. Your group of survivors managed to salvage the following items:

A ball of steel wool
A small ax
A loaded .45-caliber pistol
Can of CrIsco shortening
Newspapers (one per person)
Cigarette lighter (without fluid)
Extra shirt and pants for each survivor
20 x 20 ft. piece of heavy-duty canvas
A sectional air map made of plastic
A compass
Family-size chocolate bars (one per person)

Rank the item in order of importants and include why you choose each item.

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Comment by mccmodlab on January 22, 2009 at 9:54am
1)45. caliber pistol, food, survival
2)Canvas, shelter
3)small axe, protection
4)compass, directions
5)map, directions to the town
6)extra clothing, warmth
7)steel wool, heat, fire
8)crisco shortening, coooking
9)lighter, fire, spark
10)newspaper, maybe fire
11)Family size chocolate bars, energy, food
Ashton, Kody, Tim, 4th Hour
Comment by mccmodlab on January 22, 2009 at 8:20am
1.A loaded .45-caliber pistol
2.A small ax
3.Family-size chocolate bars (one per person)
4.20 x 20 ft. peice of heavy-duty canvas
5.A compass
6.Extra shirt and pants for each survivor
7.A ball of steel wool
8.Can of crisco shortening
9.A sectional air map made of plastic
10.Newspapers(one per person)
11.cigarett lighter (with out fluid)
We picked a loaded .45-caliber pistol so we could shoot animals.We picked a small ax to build shelter.We picked the family sized chocolate bars so we can eat.We picked the 20 x 20 ft. peice of heavy-duty canvas for a blanket.We picked the compass to now where we are going.We picked the extra pair of pants and shirts so when we need to change.We picked the ball of steel of wool to keep warm.We picked the can of crisco shortening so we would have something to cook with.We picked the plastic map so we can see were we are at.

makila hodges austin bahr nate clark josh quinn
Comment by mccmodlab on January 22, 2009 at 8:02am
WE WOULD LIKE THE BALL OF STEEL AND AX. WE ALSO LIKE THE 45 CALIBER PISTOL AND CAN OF CRISCO. NEWSPAPER AND CIGERETTE LIGHTER AND THE EXTRA SHIRTS AND PANTS AND THE 20 BY 20 CANVECE AND THE COMPASS AND THE FAMILY SIZE CANDY BARS.

BY ZACK HARLEY TYLER AND JAMES
Comment by mccmodlab on January 22, 2009 at 8:00am
Crystal, Jessica, and Anthony
1.we would shoot food
2. we would use the axe to cut down tree's and build shelter
3.use the extra clothes to keep warm
4.use the map and compass to find our way to town hopefully.
5. we would eat the chocolate bars
6. We would use the newspaper to start a fire with rocks

3rd hour jessica,crystal, and anthony.
Comment by mccmodlab on January 22, 2009 at 7:59am
small axe 20 20 ft piece of hevy duty canvece. extra shirt and pants. news paper 45 caliber pistial to use gun powder tostart fire. cigeret litter to use spark gun powder.air map made of plastic so you can use reflekshon for plaine. can of crisco shortning. ball of steel wool. compas and chocolate bar. lee grassman dan fugere.
Comment by mccmodlab on January 22, 2009 at 7:56am
1.the .45 caliber pistol so we can have meat. 2.a small ax so we can cut down wood for fire wood and a little house. 3. the family size candy bars so we have something sweet. 4. compass so we can find our way. 5. map made of plastic so we can find out where we are. 6. a ball of steel wool to tie the wood togeather. 7. news paper to start the fire. 8.canvas for a blanket 9. extra shirts and pants for extra clothes to ware 10.crisco to cook the meat in. 11. lighter use the metal for a pan. melt the metal in a carved piece of wood.
-Katelyn Allen Courtney Cooper and Sarah Hartley- 3rd hour.
Comment by mccmodlab on January 22, 2009 at 7:53am
1)a loaded 45. cal. so we can shoot game
2) newspapers to help start a fire
3)ciggrett lighter to start fire with animal fat
4)a ball of steel wool to rub off animal fat fluid
5)a compas to figure out our way to the town
6)a small ax to cut fire wood
7)the canvas for shelter
8) family sized cholate bar for food
9)can of crisco shortining for food
10)extra short
11)a secional air map to find our way to the town
Logan and Chase 3rd hour
Comment by mccmodlab on January 22, 2009 at 7:49am
Jared, Drew, and Noah! 3rd hour
1.Extra shirt and pants to keep us warm.
2.steel wool to make sparks.
3.small axe to cut wood and make fire with steel wool.
4.newpapers to get the fire going.
5.45. cal pistol for game.
6.20x20 canvas for shelter.
7.a compass for direction.
8.chocolate for food.
9.air map for direction.
10.cigarette lighter to make sparks.
11.Crisco for food (BLAH)!
Comment by mccmodlab on January 22, 2009 at 7:22am
Steven and Damon We would first build shelter for the night and then in the morning we would go fishing and then get a meal and make fire and get warm and then we would take the map and leave and take the pistal and protect are self if neededeat the candy bar and put on extra clothes and use compass so we have a good idea were we are. And hope we find civilazaton!
Comment by mccmodlab on January 22, 2009 at 7:21am
1.A pistol to shoot food.
2. A small ax to cut things down or open.
3.A compass to find our way around.
4. Extra clothes to stay warm.
5. Chocolate to eat until we get other food.
6. 20x20 heavy duty canvas to stay warm or block the wind.
7. Newpapers to maybe start a fire.
8.To make a fire with steel wool.
9.A secctional air map made of plastic to make something with.
10. Can of crisco shortening to burn maybe.
11.Cigarete lighter because it might spark a flame.

Jessie & Karly 2nd hour

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