This video shows you how to make an igloo, it also shows you what Inuit lived in for so many years.
I am going to look at the legends of the Inuit. I'm going to try and focus on their stories of how things were created. I'll also take a look at their legends about the Spirits of the North.
My video is about who found the North Pole and also what the journey was like getting to the North Pole.
À l'aide de dessins et de vidéos, la légende de Sedna et du premier inukshuk sont racontées. J'explique ce qu'est un inukshuk ainsi que sa symbolique.
This video is a news broadcast of the importance of how to build an igloo. This video is made as a how-to guide showing the steps of making an igloo.
I will be investigating Inuit myths and legends and how they have been affected by the land they live in. I have also looked at what lesson we might learn from their stories.
My project, “Search for the Northwest Passage”, examines the history and importance of the icy channels situated in Canada’s chilly Arctic. Explorers searched for the Northwest Passage for hundreds of years, because Europeans hoped to use it as a faster trading route to get to Asia. My video is highlights the HMS St. Roch, the first boat to travel through the Northwest Passage in just a season, which is now docked in my hometown, Vancouver, BC.
My video is about aboriginal drumming and how it is important to so many people. I learned about songs and when and where people drum and dance.
Il fallait que j'explique le sujet que j'avais choisi en vidéo.
This Project is on John Rae the arctic explorer. This video shows the way John Rae worked with the Inuit compared to other Explorers. This shows how John Rae was shunned just for working with the Inuit.
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