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  1. Shipwrecked assignment

    Slide 1 - Shipwrecked assignment

    • Elise Elkington & Sasha Ness
  2. What happened-

    Slide 2 - What happened-

  3. The stranded

    Slide 3 - The stranded

    • Fillis Fuller
    • Patrick Partridge (*us)
    • Barrie Bellbottom-Catter
    • Carrie Bellbottom-Catter
    • Charlie
    • W.W
  4. What is the nature of the economic problem your group faces?

    Slide 4 - What is the nature of the economic problem your group faces?

    • Opportunity cost, limited resources and relative scarcity. 
    • Supply and demand is also a problematic issue for the group.
    • The stranded need to adjust their wants with their needs, in order to survive for an extended (unknown) period of time.
  5. What resources do you have at your disposal?

    Slide 5 - What resources do you have at your disposal?

    • Natural Resources
    • Capital Resources
    • Labour Resources
    •  Mature Pine Trees
    • Knives 
    •  Doctor
    •  Large Palm Trees
    •  Machete
    •  Carpenter
    •  Fruit
    •  Spade
    •  Hunter
    •  Wildlife
    •  Two pots
    •  Economics Student
    •  Fish
    •  Rope
    •  Cook
    • Shellfish
    • Plastic Bags
    • Freshwater Stream
    • Canvas Sheet
    • Laptop
  6. What are your needs?

    Slide 6 - What are your needs?

    • Food
    • Water
    • Shelter
  7. What are your wants?

    Slide 7 - What are your wants?

    • Rescue
    • Wi-Fi Connection
    • Mobile phone + reception
    • Nicer food
  8. Needs and Wants:

    Slide 8 - Needs and Wants:

    • NEEDS
    • Individual
    • Goods
    • Services
    • Food
    • Methods of gathering food and water
    •  Water
    •  Shelter
    • Community
    • Goods
    • Services
    • Food
    • Methods of gathering food and water
    • Water 
    •  Shelter
    • WANTS
    • Individual
    • Goods
    • Services
    • iPhone
    • Method of Escape
    •  Proper food
    • Wifi 
    • Community
    • Goods
    • Services
    • iPhone
    • Method of Escape
    •  Proper food
    •  Wifi
  9. What skills are possessed by the group?

    Slide 9 - What skills are possessed by the group?

    • Person
    • Job
    • Injury (if applicable)
    • Female
    • Cook
    • Broken nose
    • Female
    • Doctor
    • Male
    • Carpenter
    • Male
    • Hunter
    • Child
    • Student
    • Fractured arm
    • You
    • Economics Student
  10. Who will get the produce? Allocate evenly or not?

    Slide 10 - Who will get the produce? Allocate evenly or not?

    • Allocated somewhat evenly.
    • Those who are sick obviously get slightly more produce than those who are healthy.
    • Also, those who have labour-heavy jobs, will attain slightly more than those who have jobs that involve less labour, such as the cook.
    • Charlie, the minor, also receives additional portions, as he is going through puberty, and needs the sustenance to grow.
    • Name
    • Fillis Fuller
    • Patrick Partridge (*us)
    • Barrie Bellbottom-Catter
    • Carrie Bellbottom-Catter
    • Charlie
    • Weed West
    • Job
    • Doctor
    • Economics Student
    • Hunter
    • Cook
    • Student (minor)
    • Carpenter
    • Receives more produce?
  11. What will you produce (goods and services) in the immediate, short and long term?

    Slide 11 - What will you produce (goods and services) in the immediate, short and long term?

    • Shelter
    • Torch
    • Fire Pit
  12. How will you produce these things and how will you decide them?

    Slide 12 - How will you produce these things and how will you decide them?

    • Shelter
    • =
    • +
    • Fire Pit and Torch
    • +
    • =
  13. Do you intend to consume everything you produce?

    Slide 13 - Do you intend to consume everything you produce?

    • Not consume everything we produce
    • Will store things for two days
    • Any longer and they may go off
  14. Opportunity costs and problems facing the group

    Slide 14 - Opportunity costs and problems facing the group

    • Lack of methods to communicate
    • Injuries
    • No way to preserve food
    • Water or Fish and shellfish
    • Shelter or increased threats
  15. Immediate term plan

    Slide 16 - Immediate term plan

    • Gather resources
    • Walk to stream (need water)
    • Set up camp
    • Go off hunting and foraging
    • Continue for next week so we know where to get food
  16. Short term plan

    Slide 17 - Short term plan

    • More durable shelter (wooden instead of canvas)
    • Lessen risk of threats facing group
    • Continue gathering fruit and hunting
  17. Long term plan

    Slide 18 - Long term plan

    • After structure is finished, explore island
    • Groups of two/three
    • Need to explore because may escape
    • Continue gathering food
    • After few years, least resort will be to make a boat