Zombie Apocalypse Activity for Indiana Highschool Students

By Steven Smith (contributor)1, Ann Bessenbacher (contributor)1

1. Purdue University

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Zombie Apocalypse Activity used for the High School Purdue GIS Day 2014, although the materials could be used for any time and class. Just when we thought it was safe … another outbreak of the deadly Zombie Virus #372 has arisen. This time, it is in Indianapolis, Indiana, a metropolitan area of 1.5 million people. Indianapolis is known as the "crossroads of America" due to the high number of transportation routes traveling into and out-of the area. What does this mean for the Zombie Virus #372? The Virus will travel quickly to other cities and towns throughout the state and beyond. How can you protect your community? What types of natural and human resources does your community have available? What types of resources is your community lacking?


Kathy Lamb Kozenski Executive Director, Geography Educators' Network of Indiana, Inc. Indiana Coordinator, NGS Network of Geographic Alliances Indiana Geographic Bee Coordinator IUPUI/CA 213, 425 University Boulevard, Indianapolis IN 46202-5140 317.274.8879 geni@iupui.edu http://www.iupui.edu/~geni

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