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1) 1016.0001_VHS
VHS; 20 min.; Sound; Color
2) 1016.0001_unknown
Sharing One Earth
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Identifier
1016.0001
Collection
Date(s)
1992
Viewing Notes
Students' film on ecology. Live action Penobscot native studies camp-out. Passing the talking stick. Students' voices describe camp out. Students build shelters in woods with sticks, branches, leaves. Student makes drum, birch-bark basket. Barry Dana, native studies teacher, tells a story. Clay figures and animated drawings illustrate the story. Birch-bark village. Little girl was friends with all the animals. She visited her rock ever day. Voice says 'Little Girl,' She follows little man cave filled with many tree, plant, lake and river spirits. Man has her look through a crack in the rock. She screams. He says, 'Take this flute and play it.' Returns to live action. Time went by and people took over the land. Kids watching TV tell little girl to shut up and stop playing the flute. Little girl stopped playing the flute. King Middle School report on pollution, student talks about acid rain. Environmentalist talks about pollution. Students at river take samples. King Middle School students talk about phrase 'sharing one earth.' Students decide the river is dead. Ask if anyone can help them. Back to animation. Little girl says this is what you showed me long ago in the cave.
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Subject(s)
Students, Ecology
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