Keewatin Region, NU, Canada

  • 28m 53s

    00321IQ+Bak-93-##-Inuk

    uploaded by: Anonymous

    channel: IBC 2

    Program name: Inuksuk
    Producer: Baker Lake – Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Host: Peter Tapatai
    Segment 1: Participants from the Keewatin communities compete at the Kivalliq Inuit Games in Baker Lake.

    uploaded date: 21-01-2016

  • Nunavut - Flag and Coat of Arms

    uploaded by: Anonymous

    channel: Inuit Culture Education

    Nunavut Flag and Coat of Arms

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    This lesson plan is designed to be used with students aged 12-15 years.

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    uploaded date: 02-12-2009

  • 19m 31s

    Tusaviit

    uploaded by: Anonymous

    channel: Arnait Video Productions

    This video shows excerpts of our pilot survey project, Tusaviit. We designed a project that would enable women across Nunavut to express their needs and their opinions via a simple and easy to use mobile survey kit and web-based application. You can find more information about this and other Arnait projects on our website, www.arnaitvideo.ca. The film is in Inuktitut and English.

    uploaded date: 18-11-2009

  • 10m 36s

    The Making of Before Tomorrow

    uploaded by: Anonymous

    channel: Arnait Video Productions

    This film documents the teamwork behind the feature "Before Tomorrow" produced by Igloolik Isuma Productions with Arnait Video Collective. Portraits of the art director and the co-directors of the film. Inuktitut and English sub-titles.

    uploaded date: 25-10-2009

  • 10m 10s

    From the stone to digital age in a human lifetime

    uploaded by: Anonymous

    channel: Ian Mauro

    Zach said to me this spring that "In my lifetime, I've gone from the stone age to the digital age". This is the video to prove it. See our crew in action as we coordinate our project between Winnipeg, a campsite miles outside of Igloolik, and Saudi Arabia using satellite and internet technology. Arguably this is the first indigenous broadcast from "the land" ever done.

    uploaded date: 14-10-2009

  • The Inuit Style of Filmmaking Lesson

    uploaded by: Anonymous

    channel: Exploring Inuit Culture Online

    Students will research the Inuit style of filmmaking and list key points involved in the process by reading selections written by the three founding members of Igloolik Isuma Productions, the makers of the films Atanarjuat – The Fast Runner and The Journals of Knud Rasmussen.

    uploaded date: 15-06-2009

  • The Traditional Foods of the Inuit Lesson

    uploaded by: Anonymous

    channel: Exploring Inuit Culture Online

    Students will learn about country foods, or the traditional foods of the Inuit, and how these foods are acquired from the land and sea. Students will also compare the cost of maintaining a traditional diet with the cost of maintaining a diet consisting of food from the south. Finally, students will prepare and enjoy a traditional Inuit bread, bannock.

    uploaded date: 15-06-2009

  • Inuktitut the Language of the Inuit of Nunavut Lesson

    uploaded by: Anonymous

    channel: Exploring Inuit Culture Online

    In Part 1 of the lesson, to be completed in the classroom, students will be introduced to the language of Inuktitut and will practice pronouncing and writing selected words using Inuktitut syllabics. Then, using the Internet, small groups of students will create an Inuktitut/ English ABC book, complete with illustrations.

    uploaded date: 15-06-2009

  • My Community vs. Nunavut Lesson

    uploaded by: Anonymous

    channel: Exploring Inuit Culture Online

    Students will differentiate between weather and climate. For 1 month, they will collect and graph daily temperature and precipitation data at school and use the Internet to collect the same data for a community in Nunavut. Students will then discuss how the long-term daily weather averages begin to describe each climate.

    Content Areas: Social Studies, Science, Technology

    uploaded date: 15-06-2009

  • My First Polar Bear Lesson (Nanugiurutiga)

    uploaded by: Anonymous

    channel: Exploring Inuit Culture Online

    Prior to watching Nanugiurutiga (My First Polar Bear), students will review the significance of hunting in the Inuit culture. Students will also complete a KWL Chart about polar bears, filling in teacher provided facts about this Arctic animal. Students will discuss the two threats to the survival of the polar bear: hunting and global warming.

    uploaded date: 15-06-2009