SCARE CITY(Scarcity) - Derek Alexander SCARE CITY(Scarcity...

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Derek Alexander SCARE CITY (Scarcity) Current Situation: Zombies have taken over the city and you, along with 3 of your friends, are stuck in an abandoned warehouse. This warehouse consists of one big room with a bathroom, 2 doors and several windows (which are too high for zombies to get through). Unfortunately, you do not have electricity, phone service or internet….but you need to survive until you are rescued in 7 days. Live Lesson Link: Click Here Your Task=Survival Step I- Plan for Survival: Use the graphic organizer to help create your plan. Resource Use Below are all of the items that were found in the warehouse for you to use Produce Decide what to do with each of the resources (How will your group use each of the 7 items and what will you create with each?) Classify Classify your resources using the definitions for the factors of production: land, labor, capital and entrepreneurship. 1. 12 wooden pallets 2. Water fountain with clean drinking water 3. Vending machine with: a. 4 packs of gum – 5 sticks per pack, 7 calories per stick, 35 calories total per pack b. 10 candy bars – 250 calories per bar, 2500 total calories from candy bars c. dozen bags of chips – 150 calories per bag, 1800 total calories from chips 4. 2 desks (with files/paper) 5. Two 4 foot pieces of rebar 6. 3 empty burlap sacks. 7. You and your friends empty your pockets and purses and use what you have in them as well. 1. I will take two wooden pallets to fuel a fire to keep us warm, and use the remaining pallets to create a sort of mattress, so we don’t have to sleep on the cold floor. 2. I will use the water for drinking purposes. 3. I will use the vending machines as a source of food for us. 4. I will use the paper to re- spark the fire when it starts to die down and the desks to help the rebar block the doors.. 5. I will use the two pieces of rebar to lock the door.
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