The Three Levels of Reading for "Surviving Alone" (Level 2…
The Three Levels of Reading for "Surviving Alone"
The author wrote this to inform regarding a lady who went to "Zion National Park" and had a tremendous reduction.
Man v. Self. She was growing apprehensive because she couldn't find a way out. So she began panicking and she had a small argument with herself before she tells herself to "take a breath"
Before climbing or doing anything, find a way out if you can.
One word: Adventurous
What is the main idea of "Surviving Alone?"
Girl goes to "Zion National Park" in Arizona.
She began to climb but sadly falls 10 feet down, giving her a concussion. Her back was damaged because of that fall, along with other severe injuries. She soon gets rescued.
Girl goes to "Zion National Park" in Arizona. She started to climb but wistfully plunges 10 feet down, giving her a concussion. She shortly gets rescued.
How did she sustain the critical fall?
compression: in the state of being compressed
This story reminds me of the novel "Hatchet". Brian got critically injured along with the girl in the passage. They are both attempting to recover after Brian with the plane wreck, and the matron with the collapse.
I assumed that she would've got more damages than what she got in the end.
She got fractures in her sacrum and vertebrae, a broken nose, and a damaged ear.
I kinda thought she wasn't gonna be found because she was at a cliff and she fell.
This correlates to me because I got lost in Walmart cause I was looking for my Grandpa.
Other lives: My friend went to a concert and lost his mom in the process. Turns out, his family was looking for him (not knowing where he was.)