Sarah and Daniel's 5-C's forest adventure

Sarah and Daniel's 5-C's forest adventure
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In this storyboard, two friends named Sarah and Daniel get lost in the forest overnight and have to work together to make it through the night. This storyboard is made to represent the 5-C's of early civilization

Storyboard Text

  • Chaos
  • Daniel! Where are you?
  • Sarah! Help! i'm lost!
  • Collaboration
  • Your right Sarah! Lets work together like people in society's used to!
  • Let's work together to survive the night.
  • Conflict
  • I want to look for food!
  • No! I called it first!
  • One day, two friends named Sarah and Daniel got lost in the forest after playing for a while. At first, they just ran around aimlessly trying to find each other. They were in a wild state of nature.
  • Command
  • Your right! then we can both look for food!
  • Once they found each other, they realized it was getting late and they needed to make a plan in case they needed to stay the night in the forest.They decided to work together.
  • Common Good
  • Soon they started arguing about who did what. Daniel wanted to look for food, but sarah wanted to look for food too. Both of them thought that it was their individual freedom to choose what they wanted to do first.
  • LDC Reflection
  • In this unit I learned about early civilization's and how they were started and governed. I think this lesson about the 5-C's and social contract taught me the most because, it taught me about different important parts of civilization, how the first civilization's were created, and what happened to people as a result of joining a civilization. I think we learned this so we could learn about the importance of civilization in modern times because, we would have never gotten this far if we hadn't joined together and formed civilizations for the greater good
  • They then realized it was getting late and they needed to make an agreement-Fast. They decided to take turns looking for food while the other person looked for firewood. 
  • Maybe we can take turns. it can be like a law.
  • Using their strategy of taking turns finding wood and food, they were warm and not hungry throughout the night. Though they lost some of their freedom when entering their own personal social contract, it payed off for both of them
  • By Keenan McGuirk, 6th period, Mrs Highfill's class, Orange Grove Middle Magnet, 10/13/19.
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