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Shipwrecked

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  1. Shipwrecked

    Slide 1 - Shipwrecked

    • Taylah Smith and Victoria Winstanley (Stephanie)
  2. Economic Problem

    Slide 2 - Economic Problem

    • The economic problem we face is that we have limited resources available and a limited amount of labor experienced workers to satisfy the needs.
  3. Resources at Disposal

    Slide 3 - Resources at Disposal

    • Items salvaged are as follows: Some knives - any blade for cutting, as in a tool or machine. A machete- a large heavy knife used especially in cutting sugarcane and clearing underbrush and as a weapon. A spade- a tool for digging. Two pots - an object that can be used to contain substances. Some rope - a strong, thick line or cord. Plastic bags- any of various measures of capacity. Large canvas sheet- Commonly used for artists but can be used as a sail. Bread, nuts and biscuits- Short term food. Laptop- used to organise the survival plan.
  4. What we need and what we want in the immediate, short and long terms

    Slide 4 - What we need and what we want in the immediate, short and long terms

    • Needs
    • Wants
    • Shelter
    • Boat
    • Water
    • Fishing rod
    • Food
    • Medical kit
    • Medicine
    •  Map of island and encyclopaedia of plants
    • Needs we be acquired in immediate term- resources that we cannot survive without.
    • Wants we be made in short-long term- resources to make life easier. Although our wants will have to be limited due to the limited supplies at our use as shown in the economic problem.
    • Immediate
    • Short
    • Long
    • Fruits, plants, meat
    • Crops- farming
    • Map of island and key places
    • Water
    • Boat
    • Encyclopedia of plants on laptop
    • Medical plants
    • Upgraded shelter
    • Shelter on stream
    •  Water bowls
  5. Skills Possessed by the Group

    Slide 5 - Skills Possessed by the Group

    • Name
    • Occupation
    • Age
    • Interests
    • Notes
    • John
    • Doctor
    • 35 Years Old
    • Hunting
    • -
    • Jim
    • Builder
    • 27 Years Old
    • Rock Climbing
    • -
    • Sarah
    • Botanist
    • 29 Years Old
    • Fishing
    • -
    • Sally
    • Chef
    • 27 Years Old
    • Gardening  
    • INJURED – Broken Foot
    • Marc
    • Student & Involved in Scouts
    • 12 years Old
    • Sailing
    • INJURED – Broken left Hand
    • Stephanie (ME)
    • University Economics Student
    • 25 Years Old
    • The Environment
    • -
  6. Opportunity costs and materials needed to acquire needs and wants

    Slide 6 - Opportunity costs and materials needed to acquire needs and wants

    • The opportunity costs we face is the decision to build a boat or fishing rod as they both need rope. And in the salvaged materials we only have enough for one. And our materials are limited due to the economic problem.
    • We have developed a decision making matrix to decide the want we will proceed with because of our limited resources.
    • Materials needed to produce our needs and wants are laid out in the table- these items will be acquired by the group and who will obtain the materials is decided in the roster. (See slide 7)
    • OPTIONS
    • Higher level of food income
    • Easier access to other locations on island (less time consuming)
    • Better for health and more efficient
    • Total
    • Build a boat
    • Can be used to go deeper in ocean of bigger fish
    • Can not collect or acquire fish
    • Can be used to travel to other spots on island
    • Will still take time as not fully advanced
    • Can be used to travel the wounded without pain
    • Ranking
    • 2
    • 3
    • 3
    • 8
    • Build a fishing rod
    • Can be used to hunt fish etc.
    • Can not in any way be used to travel
    • Can be used to feed the group
    • Ranking
    • 4
    • 0
    • 5
    • 9
  7. Chores Roster and what we will produce

    Slide 7 - Chores Roster and what we will produce

    • Immediate term roster (few days)
    • Members
    • Fruit and vegetables
    • Building hut
    • Collect water using pots
    • Build little hut on beach for Marc
    • Hunting animals
    • Collecting medicine
    • Marc
    • Sally
    • John
    • Jim
    • Sarah
    • Stephanie
  8. Continued From Slide 7

    Slide 8 - Continued From Slide 7

    • Long term roster (few months)
    • Members
    • Farm
    • Hunting
    • Lookout on beach
    • Cooking and water collection
    • Fishing
    • Fruits and updates on medicine
    • Marc
    • John
    • Jim
    • Sally
    • Sarah
    • Stephanie
    • Short term roster (few weeks)
    • Members
    • Planting crops
    • Upgrading shelter
    • Lookout for help on beach
    • Hunting
    • Making fishing rods and water bowls etc.
    • Collecting water using pots
    • Marc
    • John
    • Jim
    • Sally
    • Sarah
    • Stephanie
  9. Distributing produce evenly and stockpile

    Slide 9 - Distributing produce evenly and stockpile

    • The adult injured will receive 17% of all food produce as they need more produce and the child injured will receive 14% of the food produce as is injured too. The rest of the adults will receive 14.5% of the remaining amount of produce as they require more food than the kid.
    • The group will not be using everything they acquire the remaining 10% of every food produce will be stored in case of emergency and the salvaged products will all be stored apart form the pots, blade and rope.
  10. In any case of no rescue we will have a growing farm- house- assorted genders and a sustainable creek.

    Slide 10 - In any case of no rescue we will have a growing farm- house- assorted genders and a sustainable creek.