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    • September 02, 2011, 12:20:42 pm
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Re: Who would you save? Shipwreck scenario.
« Reply #40 on: August 31, 2012, 08:09:32 am »
Great game! If you liked this one definitely try Leo's zombie survival game.
You may need to alter it for low level kids but it is a fantastic lesson and takes a whole class to do.

Ive posted below his lesson.



Note **I did not create this game, I am simply sharing it**


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Re: Who would you save? Shipwreck scenario.
« Reply #41 on: August 31, 2012, 09:08:27 am »
Thanks, I was running low on some fresh new lessons. This one will work nicely!


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Re: Who would you save? Shipwreck scenario.
« Reply #42 on: January 08, 2019, 11:58:14 pm »
please forgive my ignorance but where is the powerpoint links? It's my first day using this website.


Re: Who would you save? Shipwreck scenario.
« Reply #43 on: January 09, 2019, 08:50:03 am »
please forgive my ignorance but where is the powerpoint links? It's my first day using this website.

As far as I know you have to pay the 20 dollar annual membership fee and also make (I think) 5 posts before links become visible. I don't think you have to upload any files, just posting should do the trick.


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Re: Who would you save? Shipwreck scenario.
« Reply #44 on: June 26, 2019, 08:24:51 pm »
With the Sewol ferry incident and the recent sinking of the tourist boat in Hungary teachers might want to be careful or at least aware when using this topic.


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Re: Who would you save? Shipwreck scenario.
« Reply #45 on: June 26, 2019, 11:57:41 pm »
Googled This: and found a korean themed ppt.

For my 3rd grade (middle school) class, we did a “Who would you save?” scenario.  The reasons were interesting.  And sometimes hilarious, like for the Buddhist Monk.  Read on!

Scenario: You’re on a ship.  The ship is sinking.  There is an uninhabited island a few miles away, but the waters are shark-infested.  You get in the only lifeboat, and 6 people can fit in the life boat with you (pictures were included, as you will see from some of the reasons):

CEO, male, 40 years old
Professional wrestler, male, 28
Farmer, male, 46
Surfer, male, 21
Police Officer, male, 39
Homemaker, female, 35
Nurse, male, 40
Doctor, female, 62
Comedian, male, 35
Handicapped boy, male, 8
Pregnant teenager, female, 17
Lawyer, female, 36
Buddhist Monk, male, 29
Reasons to not save
CEO
doesn’t have money now
Wrestler
he is too heavy/strong
“he is violent”
“because he is trash”
Farmer
“he will eat a lot of food”
“he has little money”
not useful
Surfer
he can swim well, so he can save himself
Police officer
he is supposed to sacrifice himself for others
“because he is unuseful”
“nothing criminal”–no criminals are on the island (obviously they’ve never seen “Lost”)
“He is dangerous”
“There is no use” for him
Homemaker
“We don’t have a house”
no special reason to save her
not useful
she is noisy
Nurse
“because Doctor exist”
“Doctor is enough to cure us”
“We have a Doctor with many experiences”
“The Doctor is in the boat”
Doctor
too old (said several times)
will save Nurse instead
Comedian
the situation will make him sad and he won’t be funny
he is too fat and will eat too much
he is a pig
“there is no use” for him
he is too heavy (for the boat)
Handicapped boy
he can’t get along with others
he is weak
“unuseful”
isn’t help to us
Pregnant teenager
“too young to raise her baby”
“when her baby borne, eat a lot of milk”
“she is too young”
“trash”
Lawyer
“very smart so selfish”
“there is no use” for her
Buddhist Monk
“rebirth”–that is, he will reincarnate
“He can meet Buddha after he dies,” “He is liberated”
we don’t believe in religion–“We believe each other”
not useful
Reasons to save
CEO
smart
affects the world
Wrestler
he’s strong, has power
he can protect us
“He will save us when we are in a dangerous situation”
Farmer
he can grow food
he makes grain
we need food
we need rice to eat
he can make rice
Surfer
good swimmer
“save people in the sea”
“he can swim and young”
“because he is handsome and muscular”
Police officer
he can make people stop fighting, can protect us from our fighting
Homemaker
she can cook, make us good food to eat
she has a family
Nurse
young
help doctor
he can take care of us, cure us
Doctor
she can cure us, cure other sick people, take care of us
Comedian
can make us laugh
Handicapped boy
he is sick and young
too young
he is very young “it is very very useful”
Pregnant teenager
“she has a baby”
pregnant, “she has two lives”
“one body -> two lives”
“She has baby. Then, she has 2 life”
Lawyer
she is smart
helps us when we’re fighting
if we save her she’ll give us money
she can protect us when we will escape
Buddhist Monk
No one wanted to save him…hum. Mostly because he was “not useful.”
And that was only after two classes!  Eight more to go with this lesson!


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Re: Who would you save? Shipwreck scenario.
« Reply #46 on: June 27, 2019, 06:46:28 am »
With the Sewol ferry incident and the recent sinking of the tourist boat in Hungary teachers might want to be careful or at least aware when using this topic.

Yep, or I'd avoid it altogether. 


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Re: Who would you save? Shipwreck scenario.
« Reply #47 on: June 27, 2019, 08:11:25 am »
With the Sewol ferry incident and the recent sinking of the tourist boat in Hungary teachers might want to be careful or at least aware when using this topic.

Yep, or I'd avoid it altogether. 
So change the situation to an airplane going down over water. Exact same situation(most airplane escape slides double as life-rafts),  just dressed up differently.


Re: Who would you save? Shipwreck scenario.
« Reply #48 on: June 27, 2019, 08:35:45 am »
With the Sewol ferry incident and the recent sinking of the tourist boat in Hungary teachers might want to be careful or at least aware when using this topic.

Yep, or I'd avoid it altogether. 
So change the situation to an airplane going down over water. Exact same situation(most airplane escape slides double as life-rafts),  just dressed up differently.

Right, that's made my mind up.  You're getting eaten first.

Who's with me?


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Re: Who would you save? Shipwreck scenario.
« Reply #49 on: June 27, 2019, 09:54:38 am »
Ok fine, but I'm warning you: I taste like pedantry and correct punctuation.
Devour at your own risk!


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Re: Who would you save? Shipwreck scenario.
« Reply #50 on: June 27, 2019, 11:25:11 am »
I have a theory that we humans taste like pork, seeing how similar we are biologically. According to a Japanese cannibal who ate a Dutch exchange student in Paris, legs are the best parts. How thick are those quads of yours @Kyndo?  :P

btw, Japan refused to extradite him so he was never arrested for his crimes.
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Re: Who would you save? Shipwreck scenario.
« Reply #51 on: June 27, 2019, 11:45:57 am »
I have a theory that we humans taste like pork, seeing how similar we are biologically. According to a Japanese cannibal who ate a Dutch exchange student in Paris, legs are the best parts. How thick are those quads of yours @Kyndo?  :P

btw, Japan refused to extradite him so he was never arrested for his crimes.
     
         I'm amazed that you're ok with this, Blissfullearthspanker: cannibalism is one of the sure ways to save our precious sphere: you're reducing methane emissions and phosphate loads in water systems (by reducing our dependency on beef) while at the same time reducing human population. In addition, it's generally the poor, elderly, and unloved that would get eaten first, which would solve a lot of societal issues as well. Win-win-win!

   Also, I do a lot of cycling, so my quads are ace.
 
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Re: Who would you save? Shipwreck scenario.
« Reply #52 on: June 28, 2019, 12:03:39 am »
 ;D

Muscles are the prime pieces of meat and now Google has confirmed that there was a  German cannibal who sold human meat as pork at the local market and none were the wiser, I can't stop dreaming about your juicy, tight cords of quad meat!  :-*
I'm now starting to wonder if humans tasting like pork has got anything to do with muslims not eating any pork as well...maybe someone ate some out in the desert and told everyone we taste like them. ;D
 
Quote
happy to explain the taste: "The flesh tastes like pork, a little bit more bitter, stronger. It tastes quite good."
https://www.theguardian.com/science/the-lay-scientist/2010/sep/05/human-meat-taste-cannibal


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