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Island 2 Day 1

Page history last edited by Hannah Akre 11 years, 1 month ago

Day 1

 

All members:

Fill out the member page and take your survival test.

 

Section 04 Members:

 

  • - Research materials you should have with you to survive, which are likely to be on the plane
  • - Cite at least 2 sources:
  • - Make a table with a list of materials (at least 12)
    • water bottles
    • seat floatation
    • emergency raft
    • rope
    • scissors
    • bowl
    • clothing
    • matches/lighter
    • first aid kit:
      Instruments, AMA First Aid Guide 1
      Misc. Scissors 1
        Tweezers, Metal 1
        Medium safety pins 2
        Cotton tipped applicators, 10 10
        Exam quality vinyl gloves 2
           
      Bandages 3/4" x 3" Adhesive plastic bandages 50
        3/4" x 3" Fabric bandages 25
        1" x 3" Fabric bandages 10
        3/8" x 1-1/2" Junior adhesive plastic bandages 10
        Knuckle fabric bandages 4
        Fingertip fabric bandages 4
        2" x 4" Elbow & knee plastic bandages 2
           
      Dressings 2" x 2" Gauze dressing pads 10
        3" x 3" Gauze dressing pads 4
        4" x 4" Gauze dressing pads 2
        5" x 9" Trauma pads 1
        2" Conforming gauze roll bandage 1
        Sterile eye pads 1
           
      Injury Instant cold compress 1
        Butterfly wound closures, medium 3
        2" x 2" Moleskin squares 4
        1/2" x 5 yd. First aid tape roll 2
        6" x 3/4" Finger splint 1
           
      Antiseptics, Antiseptic cleansing wipes (sting free) 12
      Topicals Alcohol cleansing pads 12
        Castile soap towelettes 3
        Insect sting relief pads 3
        Antibiotic ointment packs 3
        Sunblock pack 1
        Lip ointment pack 2
        First aid/burn cream packs 3
        Burn relief gel pack 1
           
      Medicine Aspirin tablets 4
        Ibuprofen tablets 4
        Extra-strength non-aspirin tablets 4
    • metal hangers
    • toilet paper rolles (for fire)
    • flashlight
    • blankets/pillow
    • mirror
    • water
    • emrgency rations: little bags of peanuts and pretzels, in-flight snack boxes, any other airplane food that can be found
    • small liquor bottles that can be used for making fire because it is flamable.

 

Section 06 Members:

 

- Choose 6 of the 12 materials researched by the first section. These are the materials you will have found on the plane. These are the only tools not found on the island that you may use.

  1. [Mirror]
  2. [Matches/Lighter]
  3. [Emergency rations]
  4. [Water Bottles]
  5. [First Aid Kit]
  6. [Rope]

- Search for pictures in the Creative Commons site, found in the SideBar page, of four different liminal spaces found on your island. Upload the pictures and post them below.

 

 

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[Forest/River on Island 2]

 

[Picture 2]

 

http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2334/2279537269_a5394fb86a.jpg?v=1203539080

Liminal space between water and land

 

http://farm1.static.flickr.com/75/193556776_62c2a69cdc.jpg?v=0

 

 

 

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3110/2849303924_c9733f386c.jpg?v=0

 

 

Section [09] Members:

 

  • - Create a map of the island. You can use photoshop elements if you're editing a picture of an island, or paint if you're drawing the island from scratch. You can have one member draw the outline, another member labels it. Make sure you include where the liminal spaces are.

 

  • - Upload your map.

  • - Determine the walking distance between each place.
    • [Point A] to [Point B]: [hours/days]
    • [Point B] to [Point C]: etc...

 

To get from the point furthest of the North to the furthest point in the South, it takes about 4 days (96 hours).

In the forest area, ( narrowist part of the island in width that is in the center of island), it takes about 18 hours to cross from East to West (from beach to beach. 

In both the Northern and Southern areas, it takes about 1 day (24 hours) to cross from East to West (from beach to beach).

 

Comments (13)

Brigitte Leschhorn said

at 8:56 am on Oct 23, 2008

Well done section 04 members, but what emergency rations are you talking about here? You need to be more specific.

shruza said

at 1:42 pm on Oct 26, 2008

Are we supposed to do the thirid part of the page? making a map...

Brigitte Leschhorn said

at 8:44 pm on Oct 26, 2008

The map is supposed to be done by the group who was assigned that task.

Brigitte Leschhorn said

at 8:45 pm on Oct 26, 2008

Great work, section 09.

shruza said

at 10:19 am on Oct 27, 2008

okay. thank you :)

Arun said

at 11:42 am on Oct 27, 2008

I am glad to see that every group has contributed.

kwerner said

at 11:49 am on Oct 27, 2008

OTHER GROUPS: don't change too much, don't change Leader

Hannah Akre said

at 12:05 pm on Oct 27, 2008

Hey guys in my group I finished the map, can someone else label it??

Ahmun Zafar said

at 3:38 pm on Nov 13, 2008

Good job on the map, Hannah!

Ahmun Zafar said

at 3:38 pm on Nov 13, 2008

Good job on the map, Hannah!

jessie said

at 3:38 pm on Nov 13, 2008

The map looks really good! And you planned it out really well! good job!

zach gates said

at 3:44 pm on Nov 13, 2008

the pictures look really good group 6.

ewroten said

at 3:06 pm on Nov 14, 2008

The picture is very well drawn, and the tools we chose I believe are very helpful. GREAT JOB!

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