Cooly: First Aid and Hunger Games Essay

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In some emergencies you may need to evacuate in a hurry. Everyone should have a packed getaway kit in an easily accessible place at home and at work which includes: * Torch and radio with spare batteries * Any special needs such as hearing aids and spare batteries, glasses or mobility aids * Emergency water and easy-to-carry food rations such as energy bars and dried foods in case there are delays in reaching a welfare centre or a place where you might find support. If you have any special dietary requirements, ensure you have extra supplies * First aid kit and essential medicines * Essential items for infants or young children such as formula and food, nappies and a favourite toy * Change of clothes (wind/waterproof clothing and strong outdoor shoes) * Toiletries – towel, soap, toothbrush, sanitary items, toilet paper * Blankets or sleeping bags * Face and dust masks * Pet supplies
Include important documents in your getaway kit: identification (birth and marriage certificates, driver’s licences and passports), financial documents (e.g. insurance policies and mortgage information), and precious family photos.

If someone you care for is injured in a disaster, your knowledge of first aid will be invaluable. Many organisations provide first aid training courses. Consider taking a first aid course, followed by regular refresher sessions. You can buy ready-made first aid kits or make up your own.

How is the Hunger Games similar to our society?
Reality TV: The participants suffer and mask their real feelings in order to to put on a show for the peoples entertainment.
Government: The government controls society with fear each district is a different social class which determine how they are treated just like modern day government
What are the actions of the character against the dystopia?
Character fights against the capitol where they have created a “holiday” to embed their power and control over the society into the peoples minds.
What powers does the government have over the society?
The government dominates over society and could control/gain too much power over us if we let it.
What is the author’s message?
The message is very one sided because the…