I made this as an end-of-year activity for those last several days when you know they don't have much gas left in the tank, yet you still want them to engage in the target language. There is a brief overview of the scenario and the conditions on the desert island they will be on. One slide tells the students that they may bring one person with them. This was interesting to hear who they chose! The main slide has pictures (and labels in Spanish) of 20 survival items. A hunting knife and rifle are included, but you can could easily delete or replace these if you think it would be an issue. The instructions tell the kids that they can only choose four items to have. This is a great activity for practicing the structure "Me gustaría tener..." or "Yo traería." The best part of this activity is listening to the kids defend their choices by reasoning in the target language. After each students says what they would choose and why, we voted as a class whether that student would survive on the island. They loved it! The last slide changes the scenario by asking what they would bring if there were zombies on the island. It's a fun way to end the activity because teenagers love talking about zombies!