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Survival Guide

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Katherine Rickson

on 9 January 2014

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Survival Guide
LO: to produce a texts appropriate to purpose...
Writing AF2: to produce texts appropriate to task, reader and purpose.
Level 4 - Relevant ideas/content.
Level 5 - Developed ideas and imaginative detail.
Level 6 - Stylistic devices (e.g subheadings, imperative verbs) and individuality.
How would you survive a shark attack?
To survive a ... I would ...
How would you survive a tornado?
How would you survive in the desert?
How would you survive a zombie apocalypse?
What is the PURPOSE of a leaflet/survival guide?

TASK: to produce a leaflet entitled
'How to Survive The Hunger Games.'
To entertain
To inform
To persuade
To imagine
To explain
To advise
To argue
1. Stay calm, don't make any sudden movements and swim away without splashing.
2. Hit the shark on the nose, face and/or gills
3. Get out of the water.
1. Shelter in a basement.
2. If your house doesn't have a basement, shelter under a table or in a bath and cover yourself with cushions/a mattress.
3. Never shelter in a car.
1. Travel at night when it is cooler.
2. Eat less. The more you eat, the thirstier you get.
3. Don't panic - the more you sweat, the more dehydrated you become.
1. Dust off your running shoes.
2. Buy a bat.
3. What
survival tips
does the Guide give you about tarantulas? (2)
What does the background make you think of?
How many different climates/situations can you think of? List them in your books
1. What does this section of the Survival Guide focus on?
2. What
does you learn about the tarantulas? (3)
Extension: Repeat questions 2 and 3 for 'scorpions'.
Writing to Inform
What do you notice about the
of the Survival Guide?
Look at you answer for question 3.
Re-write your answer as a list of instuctions
Writing to Advise: Imperative Verbs
Imperative verbs are bossy verbs. They give commands and instructions.
Change these sentences into instructions.
1. Please could you come over and fold the paper in half?
2. Could you carefully drive to the hotel?
3. Please pour the milk into the bowl.
4. When you are ready, line up at the door.
5. Take your coats off, but please do it carefully.
6. Gently remove the jelly from the mould.
7. If you want to, cut along the dotted line.
8. When you have time, add the icing to the cake.
9. Please close the door after you.
10. I think you should turn right at the traffic lights, don’t you?
Writing Your Survival Guide: Handy Tips
Remember to Include:
• Information/ facts about the Hunger Games.
• How/ where to find food
• How/ where to find water
• How to find shelter- do you have to build it?
• Dangers of the wilderness- animals, plants, berries?
• How to stay hidden? Fire? Smoke? Coloured clothing?
• How to stay safe?
• Any other information you think will help someone stay alive!

• KIS- Keep It Simple!
• Use lists or bullet points
• Short paragraphs
• Headings/ sub-headings
• Bold letters to emphasise (make something stand out)
The bestselling guide to how to survive in a wide range of hazardous situations, written by an ex-SAS survival expert.

Have you thought about how you would deal with surviving on nothing but the plants you could forage? Do you wonder how you would manage if you were lost and had to set up an improvised camp? Can you tie knots or make basic weather forecasts? All of the above and much, much more are covered in the Gem SAS Survival Guide.

Using clear line drawings and colour illustrations, ex-SAS soldier John Lofty Wiseman explains the survival techniques that will help you anywhere from the mountains to the ocean and the deserts to the jungle.
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