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.

TEAM, TEAM, SURVIVAL TEAM!

Views: 1613

Comment

You need to be a member of The Future of Education to add comments!

Join The Future of Education

Comment by mccmodlab on January 22, 2009 at 10:10am
that last one was ares here are our names christian elliott nate bradford josh lang
Comment by mccmodlab on January 22, 2009 at 10:09am
1 we would use a pistol to hunt for food and use the skin for a coat.

2 we would use thwe heavy duty canvas for are shelter.

3 we would ues a small ax to cut down a tree.

4 we would use the newspaper and lighter to start the fire.

5 then we would eat the chocolate bar.

6 then we would use the air map and compass to see were the town was.

7 then we would use the pants we got on to go fishing

Tommy

Tyler
4th hour
Comment by mccmodlab on January 22, 2009 at 10:09am
1.A loaded.45-caliber pistol
2.a compass
3.extra shirt and pants (each survivor)
4. a ax
5.can of crisco shorting
6.20 x 20 ft. peice of heavy-duty canvas
7. family sized chcoclate bars
8.a ball of steel wool
9.a a sectional map made of plastic
10.a newspaper
11. a cigarette lighter with no flued
we choose the loaded 45-caliber pistol be we will shoot animals with it,and use there fur for warmth,2 we used a
comapss to where we need to go. 3 we said a extra shirt and pants to keep us warm 4 we said a small ax to chop down trees to build houses 5.we said a acn of crisco shorting because it wil help us cook 6 we used a 20x20 to help us stay alive. cody dani teresa 4th hour
Comment by mccmodlab on January 22, 2009 at 10:01am
1.family size chocolate bars candy to surival
2.a small ax for cutting wood for firewood
3.newspaper to start the wood on fire
4.can of crisco for to help get a fire
5.a loaded .45caliber pistol safty/food
6.20x20ft piece of heavy duty canvas for shelter
7.a ball of stell wool to help make the fire
8.a compass to find north
9.the cigarette lighter start the fire
10.extra pair of clothes to stay warm
11.a air map to help find the way
Comment by mccmodlab on January 22, 2009 at 9:57am
1: 45 cal. pistol
2: small axe
3: lighter (no fluid)
4: newspaper
5: compass
6: 20x20 ft heavy duty canvas
7: Family-size chocolate bars
8: a secional air map made of plastic
9: extra shirt and pants
10: a bal of steel wool
11: a can of crisco shortening
Austin TRISTAN GERBERS Katie schiebener
Comment by mccmodlab on January 22, 2009 at 9:56am
1.A small ax to chop fire wood and bigger logs.
2.20 x 20 piece of heavy-duty canvas.
3.Extra shirt and pants
4.A compass
5.A loaded .45-caliber pistol
6.Can of Crisco shortening
7.Cigarette lighter(without fluid)
8.Family-size chocolate bars (one per person)
9.Newspaper to light on fire.
10.A sectional air map made of plastic
11.Ball of steel wool

By:Austin and Coltyn
Comment by mccmodlab on January 22, 2009 at 9:55am
1st we would take the lighter and make sparks to catch the paper on fire. 2nd we would try to make a shelter from wood we would gather and the 20x20 piece of canvas. 3rd we would take the gun and take bullets and try to hunt some food (animals). 4th we would take the can of crisco and put it on our body in layers to keep our body heat in. 5th we would take the ax and try to get more wood for the fire and shelter. 6th we would take the compass and map and try to navigate our way to the town. 7th on our way while navigating we would take half of each of our candy bars so we can save some for later just in case we get hungry again. 8th we would use the extra close for wormth at night.
Hope, Rosa, and Ginny 4th hour
Comment by mccmodlab on January 22, 2009 at 9:55am
what would we do
1Extra shirt and pants for each survivor, for wormth
2compass, for direction
3family size chocolate bars one for each person, for hunger
4A loaded .45-caliber pistol, for protection
5A small Ax ,to chop wood
6Newspapers (one per person), for homemade fires
7Cigarette lighter (without fluid), for sparks
8Can of CrIsco shortening, for the the oil inside it
9A ball of steel wool, to clean the gun
10A sectional air map made of plastic, for extra paper
1120 x 20 ft. piece of heavy-duty canvas, for the wood


thats what we would pick for living in the cold after a plane crash

By Christopher
and Autumn 4th hour
Comment by mccmodlab on January 22, 2009 at 9:55am
first out of all the options i pick the small axe I picked that so I can cut wood for a fire. Next i would pick a ball of stell wool to light the fires. My i would pick the .45 caliber pistol to shoot food. I would pick the cholate bar to eat so we have energy. I also pick a compass so i can find my way. the 20*20 canvas so we can stay warm. the air map so i can get a lay of the land. we would usethe cloths so we have extra cloths. We would use the cigarett ligther to make sparks for the fire.The news paper would be used as kindling.The can of cristo shortning would be used as a fire starter.
Anthony Paris,Brent Swain, Blain Beemer
Comment by mccmodlab on January 22, 2009 at 9:54am
1.a loaded .45 caliber pistol
2.small ax
3.a ball of steel wool
4.20 x 20 ft. piece of heavy duty canvas
5.extra shirt/pants
6.a compass
7.map
8.family size chocolate bar
9.newspaper
10.can of crisco
11.lighter (no fluid)

By:Johnny S. and Johnny T.

A Learning Revolution Project

Education Quotes & Commentary

Twitter Feed

© 2020   Created by Steve Hargadon.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service