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How To Not Die!
Transcript of How To Not Die!
: Find suitable areas for shelter, making a fire, and areas where animals are not going to harm the group. Also, as you go along the island, make a map of it.
: Find all possible food sources on the island. Also, try to find fire wood from fallen trees and loose branches.
.: Try to find ways to build shelter for the group. Look for sharp rocks and other objects that would be helpful in making weapons to defend ourselves.
How Not to Die!
Step 2: Establish a Leader
The oldest girl will be the leader. In this case, it is ...
The leader will be responsible for strategy regarding the survival of the group (tracking what happens on the island, finding a good place to build shelter, etc.)
However, the leader will not have all the say in what happens. The group will decide choices based on a vote. If no conclusion is reached, then the leader has the final say.
Step 3: Give out Important Roles
Step 5: Gather Supplies
Step 4: Think of a Potential Rescue Plan
HERE ARE THE RULES:
NEVER EXPLORE THE ISLAND ALONE
NEVER KILL ONE ANOTHER
COME TO THE MEETING PLACE (POINTY ROCK) WHENEVER THE SKY TURNS RED/ORANGE OR SUN GOES DOWN
WHEN THE DAY FEELS GLOOMY, EITHER DUE TO THE WEATHER OR A FRIGHTFUL EXPERIENCE, ONE OF US KEEP WATCH WHILE THE OTHER TWO SLEEPS
DISTRIBUTE FOOD AND WATER EQUALLY
Step 7: Take Shelter
Step 6: FIND FOOD
Step 1: FIND WATER
....will map out the nearest water sources.
Each group member needs to make sure to carry the water in a coconut or large shell to avoid wasting and spilling.
Boil the water (in this case, salt water) over the fire while it is still in the coconut or shell.
Remember: Try to make the water last as long as you can by distributing it equally amongst the group.
Important: Try to locate the most sources with pure water, like a watering hole that animals drink out of.
Each member will be responsible for trying to locate water sources in addition to their daily routines.
Step 8: Keep Track of Time
Step 9: Enjoy some Island Entertainment Options
How did we end up here?
On our way to parachute out of a plane in the Caribbean, we were stranded on a lone tropical island. The airplane pilot flew away and left us to wade in the water. The wind was picking up, and we swam to shore in order not to be eaten by sharks.
HERE'S HOW WE SURVIVED:
Heather is mostly responsible for finding food. However, other members can help as well. Food will be collected in the following ways:
Hunting animals with weapons made by ...
Constantly look for edible fruit where trees and plants are.
...will fish in the early mornings, or in the later evenings, in order for us to have food that day or the next morning.
The leader will also keep track of time on the island. Even though we don't have watches with us, the leader can keep track of when the sun goes up or down to determine night or day.
This is also helpful to decide when the group can enter and leave the jungle, to keep track of when dangerous animals may come out into the open.
Step 10: Stay Healthy, Stay Alive
In order to keep our teeth clean and intact, we will rub mint leaves on them.
To prevent from getting a sore throat or getting sick, we will gargle with warm salt water.
Find aloe or sturdy, large plants to cover any injuries that may occur.
Make sure to drink as much water as you can before doing daily tasks so there is no risk of dehydration.
Find some kind of citrus fruit in order to gain the necessary amount of vitamin C.
All members will look on the island for:
Wood for daily fires and shelter.
Sharp rocks for use in making weapons.
Bindings, such as vines, to use in constructing shelter and the escape raft.
Items that would be used to keep us warm, like big leaves or animal furs.
Each day we will take inventory of the supplies we have collected, in order to figure out what we need and what we don't.
Everyday one of the group members will go to the base of the island and write S.O.S with sticks in the sand, in hopes of a passing plane seeing it.
If a plane happens to fly over then light the S.O.S on fire.
If we become very desperate to get off of the island, then we try to build an escape raft using palm leaves and wood, with vines for rope.
Step 11: STAY SAFE
If you are ever attacked, scream at the top of your lungs, and that will alert the other group members to come and help you.
The group can come up with a certain code to specify if they are in danger.
Find certain places on the island that are good for hiding from wild animals.
Always carry a weapon on your person, especially when exploring the jungle.
Depending on what the weather is like, we will:
Gather palm leaves and wood from the island's trees to make a fort (this will be located at our meeting location).
Find a cave within or close to the island that would secure us from the rainy and stormy days.
Find a rock to hide under and gather palm fronds to cover this rock, so the rain will not seep in.
At times when our daily tasks are finished, we will:
Shoot or throw rocks at small animals for fun with our handmade weapons
Zipline with vines throughout the island
Swim close to the ocean on hot days
Write on rocks or leaves with sharp rocks or other sharp materials about the daily experiences in the isolated island (similar to daily journals)
Throw rocks at coconut trees in order to stay hydrated from the coconut water
Form a relationship with friendly animals