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===Objectives===
 
===Objectives===
Team communication
 
Team decision making
 
Critical Thinking
 
  
 
===Group Size===
 
===Group Size===
 
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* [[Category:Small]] [[:Category:Small| Small]]
 
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===Materials===
 
===Materials===
Group Members
 
Paper
 
Pen
 
  
 
===Set Up===
 
===Set Up===
Group is given 15-20 minutes to determine the order in which they would kill each other off for food.
 
Each Team member is given a piece of paper with the following conditions:
 
(1) Broken Leg
 
(1) Concussion
 
(1) Lacerated abdomen
 
(*) The rest of the team members have minor cuts and scratches but otherwise okay
 
  
 
===Directions===
 
===Directions===
You are in a plane crash over a uninhabitable mountain. You are surrounded by snow and can only stand to be outside for 30 minutes at a time. Rescuers don't know your exact location; however, they will find you in 4 months. You have the materials to make a fire and cook but no food is found on plane and the only way to survive is to start eating each other. For every 50 pounds of a person will give enough food to feed five people for one day. The goal is to keep as many people alive as possible while not starving to death; while it is said a person can live 4-6 weeks without food for this activity we will assume a person can last 2 weeks without becoming to weak to function and be rescued.
 
  
 
===Debrief===
 
===Debrief===
  
 
===Alternatives===
 
===Alternatives===
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Revision as of 10:46, 18 August 2010


Objectives

Group Size

Materials

Set Up

Directions

Debrief

Alternatives