"Most Dangerous Game" Map of Ship-Trap Island

"Most Dangerous Game" Map of Ship-Trap Island

Most Dangerous Game Map of Ship-Trap Island Your job is to create a map of Ship-trap island that illustrates Rainsfords journey from beginning to end as he encounters the uncanny General Zaroff. Details and description are very important. Make sure you look carefully through the short story to include all locations. 1. 2. 3. 4. Various settings in the short story Various locations on the island mentioned in the short story (quicksand, swamp, shoreline, cliff Rainsford jumps from, etc.) Locations for each of the traps Rainsford used to confuse Zaroff Probable path of Rainsford beginning with where he landed, where he went following his landing, his trail during the hunt, and how he escaped back to the house *** You must create a list of these locations before beginning to design you map. This list will be turned in with your map of Ship Trap Island. Map should be labeled and clearly marked. The map should also be colored. Various aspects of the geography of the island should be included on your map. Rainsfords trail should be clearly marked on the map.

The map should include a key. The key should denote the symbol for the locations; east, north, south, west; and a symbol for Rainsfords trail on the island. Rubric for Grading: 1. Colorful 2. Labeling/Neatness 3. Accuracy 4. Key/Trail Marked 5. Detailed Locations 20 20 20 20 20 17 17 17 17 17 Total________________ 15 15 15 15 15

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