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World War has broken out…. The enemy has landed in New Zealand The invaders are moving through the country taking over towns & cities All men of fighting age are being rounded up as prisoners in concentration camps Soldiers are coming to your town. Situation 1. Your family is fleeing

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The enemy has landed in New Zealand

  • The invaders are moving through the country taking over towns & cities
  • All men of fighting age are being rounded up as prisoners in concentration camps
  • Soldiers are coming to your town
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Situation 1

  • Your family is fleeing
  • Your family has 15 minutes to pack 2 suitcases
  • Head up each piece of paper SUITCASE A and SUITCASE B
  • You are allowed 20 items in each case
  • You must be able to carry the suitcases and all items must come from your home
  • Remember you are part of a family
situation 2
Situation 2
  • Your family gets into an old truck
  • The truck hits a pothole and one of your cases falls out
  • The truck will not stop
  • You have 2 minutes to decide which suitcase is lost
situation 3
Situation 3
  • The truck breaks down
  • You are forced to walk
  • Each family has to leave their heaviest item
  • You find all the fragile items in your suitcase are broken
  • Cross off these items
  • You have 2 minutes to organise this
situation 4
Situation 4
  • Your family starts walking
  • You walk for 3 days
  • All the food & drink that you had has gone, cross off all the food & drink items you had on your list
  • If you did not pack food - you have become very weak and have to discard half the items on your list.
situation 5
Situation 5
  • Your family reaches a port
  • You try to book a passage on a boat for your family
  • The captain demands a valuable item from each family
  • You have 2 minutes to hand this item over
situation 6
Situation 6
  • Before you board the boat you have to buy some food
  • All your money is gone
  • You are forced to barter
  • Swap 2 items for bread and cheese
  • Add bread and cheese to your list
  • You have 2 minutes to decide what to swap
situation 7
Situation 7
  • You board the boat but the captain is dishonest
  • He demands another valuable item from each family
  • You have 2 minutes to decide what to hand over
situation 8
Situation 8
  • The ship is crowded and you are forced to stay on deck
  • A storm destroys anything affected by water
  • All food is ruined - cross all food off your list
  • All passports, photos and other paper items are ruined – cross them off your list
  • You have 2 minutes to do this
situation 9
Situation 9
  • The ship is taking on water.
  • You must get rid of half of your items
  • You have 4 minutes to rewrite the list of remaining items
situation 10
Situation 10
  • You arrive at your destination
  • It is bitterly cold
  • If you do not have at least one item of warm clothing on your list you die
  • SORRY  !!
questions to consider
Questions to consider
  • What were the initial items you selected?
  • What items were remaining?
  • From your initial list categorise the items as either needs or wants