1 1-2-3 MAGIC:MANAGING DIFFICULT BEHAVIOR

200280 VH 120 min T 2000 This informative video, featuring Dr. Phelan’s entertaining seminar presentation and real-life family vignettes, provides easy-to-learn techniques that will teach you how to manage difficult behavior, as well as testing and manipulation, without arguing, yelling or spanking. English 120 min

1945 : YEAR OF VICTORY
106915 VH 20 min JS 1991 Contains newsreels which are important for the events shown and for the emphases and biases of the participants in those events. 0380 English 20 min

Florida helping to save the gentle manatee and children handing out wattbuster citations to teachers in Selma, California who leave lights on in empty rooms. 0245 English

6 FIT KIDS’WORKOUTS
200257 DV 40 min PIJ 2005 Consists of four 5-minute workouts, two 10-minute workouts, plus a brief "healthy message" at the end of every exercise segment. These six workouts are based on the moves Judy teaches in her DVD "65 energy blasters." 0414 English 40 min

1967, LA CONFEDERATION
107475 VH 12 min JS 1980 Dramatisation mettant en scene en ` politician conservateur, un marchand anglophone, un journaliste liberal et ` prltre catholique echangement leurs ` reflexions sur les avant ages et les ` dangers de la Confederation pour le ` ` Quebec. 0599 French 12 min `

100% WOMAN
001988 DV 59 min JS 2004 100% Woman begins as Michelle Dumaresq’s mountain-bike riding career did, careening down a rocky path to be met with controversy. At the centre of it all is the past of this extreme athlete - in particular, the first 20-odd years of life that Michelle spent as Michael. In 2002, Dumaresq became the first openly transgendered woman in the world to be names to a national team in any sport. A compelling documentary that raises many questions. 0657 English 59 min

65 ENERGY BLASTS WITH JUDY HOWARD
200256 DV 30 min PIJ 2005 The four themes (African, Latin, Athletic and Hip Hop) contain 65 "Energy Blasts", to be played one at a time or continuously for a great workout! They’re great for improving coordination, balance, agility, strength and generally improving overall fitness levels. 0414 English 30 min

1984
105988 VH 115 min JA 1984 Adapted from George Orwell’s classic novel of impossible love and tragic betrayal in the twisted, futuristic world of "1984". 0508 English 115 min

3-2-1 CLASSROOM CONTACT
For descriptions see individual titles: ANTARCTIC ANIMALS : LIVING ON THE EDGE [000052] FLYING ANIMALS : WINGING IT [000053] FOOD CHAINS : EAT AND BE EATEN [000051] OCEAN ENVIRONMENTS : 3-D SEA [000050] WATER CYCLE ; GO WITH THE FLOW [000037]

12 TRAVAUX D’ASTERIX, LES
106050 VH 82 min IS 1988 Un long voyage inititatique sur le theme ` de l’Odysee. Ce long metrage,ou se ` ` ` succedent sans relache les epreuves ` ˆ ` les plus variees, combine ` admirablement le genre de Lafontaine avec celui de Lewis Carol. 0665 French 82 min

IT TAKES A CHILD...CRAIG KIELBURGER’S STORY
000786 DV 56 min 0604 English IJSA 56 min 1998

A LA DERIVE
002065 VH 52 min JS 2003 De plus en plus inquiets face aux effets du rechauffement planetaire, les specialistes des variations climatiques sonnent l’alarme. Des iles entieres sont aujourd’hui menacees d’etre englouties, avec la hausse acceleree du niveau des oceans. 0714 French 52 min

3-2-1 CLASSROOM CONTENT
For descriptions see individual titles: HOW DO YOU KNOW? COLLECT THE DATA [000030] HOW DO YOU KNOW? EXPERIMENT! [000031]

1929-1941 : THE GREAT DEPRESSION
000570 VH 25 min S 1990 This video focuses on the political and economic situation in the U.S. during the 1920s, the economic crash at the end of the decade, and the American response to the Great Depression. Particular attention is paid to the changing role of government during the 1930s. Reference is made to the depression in Europe and to political developments there, but the clear focus of the video is the American experience. Provides brief biographies of Presidents Hoover and Roosevelt, and uses archival footage and narrative to illustrate the political, economic, and social forces at play during this period. 0104 English 25 min

REVOLUTION TRANQUILLE, LA
002101 VH 47 min S 2002 After a summary of Premier Maurice Duplessis’ almost 18 years of influence, the video describes the Quiet Revolution. Jean Lesage, Paul Gerin Lajoie and Rene Levesque are identified, as are the social and economic changes brought to Quebec during this period. 0414 French 47 min

A LA QUETE DU NARVAL AU PAYS DU SOLEIL DE MINUIT
103694 VH 60 min J 1990 Un equipe de six personnes visitent le ` Grand Nord (le detroit de Lancaster au ` nord de l’ˆle de Baffin) afin de pagayer ı aux cotes du narval, la legendaire ˆ ` licorne de mer. L’expedition prend un ` tournant imprevu lorsqu’elle rencontre ` des chasseurs Inuit et que les glaces ne se fendent pas. L’horaire est modifie ` et l’equipe est forcee de marcher et de ` ` tirer les kayaks. La decouverte du ` narval et de son habitat prend une tout autre dimension. 0254 French 60 min

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For descriptions see individual titles: CANADIAN ARCTIC SERIES, THE [106670]

1945-1989 : THE COLD WAR
106917 VH 25 min IJS 1991 VALOUR AND THE HORROR SERIES - This video traces the origins and history of the Cold War, and examines key events in Soviet-American relations over the past half century. 0689 English 25 min

50 SIMPLE THINGS KIDS CAN DO TO SAVE THE EARTH
101052 VH I 1991 Part 1: Water and resources; 20 1/2 min. Elementary students in Ocean City, Maryland cleaning up and restocking a local stream and recycling paper in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Part 2: Greenlife, Wildlife, Energy and Air. A young boy in West Palm Beach,

YEARS OF HOPE AND ANGER(1964 TO 1976):EPISODE 16A
001809 VH 60 min IJS 2000 CANADA: A PEOPLE’S HISTORY SERIES - Post-war Canadian society experienced a period of unprecedented growth and development. For many years, the people of Canada’s First Nations had been the responsibility of

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the federal government under the Indian Act. Many lived in poverty, and had no input into their rights. The 1969 White Paper of the Trudeau government included plans to phase out Indian status but no indication of a response to calls from Aboriginal leaders to discuss past land and treaty claims before making changes to the Act. One of the leading members of a new Aboriginal rights movement was 24-year-old Harold Cardinal. A new era had begun. 0189 English 60 min third, a girl hesitantly submits to a boy’s advances and ends up pregnant and alone. 0104 English 19 min

ACIDES GRAS ESSENTIALS ET POISSONS
002158 VH 6:53 min S 2003 Documentaire. "Les acides gras a l’oeuvre dans le cerveau appartiennent essentiellement a deux familles: les omega-6 et les omega-3. Ces derniers sont a l’honneur depuis qu’on leur a trouve des benefices pour la sante qu’on ne soupconnait pas. 0414 French 6:53 min

ACADIANS, THE
107423 VH 22 min IS 1985 When Champlain arrived in the New World, he planted a colony in the area called Acadia, today known as Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. Their story is retold here. 0066 English 22 min

CIRCLE OF SUPPORT: PRACTICAL GUIDE TO TOURETTE SYNDROME
002145 DV 35 min TA 2004 Designed for educators of students with Tourette Syndrome and related disorders, The Circle of Support is a practical guide to the world of TS in the classroom. Its content aims to increase the viewer’s understanding of the nature of the disorder and to provide specific strategies so that educators may better understand these students. Contents of the kit: 1 DVD, 1 Manual, guide and checklist. 0931 English 35 min

LES ACADIENS
107432 VH 20 min IS 1991 Acadia a ete la premiere region du ` ` ` nouveau monde a ltre peuplee et ` ` aujourd’hui son histoire s’etend sur 350 ` annees. Cee video donne un excellent ` ` survol de l’histoire de l’Acadie a partir ` de l’epoque de Samuel de Champlain ` jusqu’a l’expulsion des acadiens. ` 0066 French 20 min

AN ACT OF REMEMBRANCE
101414 VH 15 min JS 1984 An award-winning film which shows battlefields, cemeteries, historic sites and war relics that exist today in Western Europe. Hear actual recordings of the voices of Hitler and Churchill along with unusual stories of real events that bring home the realities of war. 0138 English 15 min

ACCESS TO JUSTICE
100930 VH 30 min S 1994 A QUESTION OF JUSTICE SERIES Subject: Equal Access to Justice. 0953 English 30 min

UN ACTE DE COURAGE
107271 VH 30 min IS 1987 (Serie LA BAIE DES ESPRITS) Baba, ` le pere de Tafia, decide d’amener sa ` ` fille pour l’hiver dans sa cabane en pleine forlt afin de lui apprendre a ` chasser. Quand Baba a un accident de chasse, Tafia doit surmonter sa peur des trains afin d’aller chercher du secours. Plus tard, ils realiseront ` ensemble qu’il y a toujours un temps pour montrer son courage dans la vie. 0571 French 30 min

THE ABC’S OF CHILDREN’S NUTRITION
104566 VH 23 min IS 1992 The perfect complement for "Eating Healthy for Kids". This videotape examines a child’s food choices, the relationship of diet and a child’s behavior and the development of physically fit kids. 0274 English 23 min

ACES: A STORY OF THE FIRST AIR WAR (CC)
106891 VH 92 min IS 1993 Using rarely seen archival footage Aces offers a fascinating first-hand look at the world’s first air war and the lives of those who came to be called the "knights of the air." Aces brings to light the development of aircraft technology, aerial strategy and fighter tactics during the war that began just 11 short years after the Wright brothers pioneered the flying machine. Closed Captioned for the Hearing Impaired. 0714 English 92 min

ACTION DE GRACES CHEZ GRAND-MERE
101355 VH 7 min I 1988 LES FETES CANADIENNES SERIE SERIES - Toute la famille s’est reunie ` chez grand-mere Upensizer pour ` celebrer l’Action de Graces. Juste au ` ` ˆ moment ou l’on sert la dinde ` traditionelle, les oncles Elmer et Max decident de raconter des histoires de ` dindes qui...tournent a la farce! 0714 ` French 7 min

ABEL’S ISLAND
105663 VH 30 min PI 1987 William Steig’s lyrical story of Abelard Hassam di Chirico Flint, an elegant mouse who, while picnicking with his beloved wife, Amanda, gets caught in a furious storm and is swept away to a desert island. Abel must learn to survive using only his wits and his newly awakened creativity. Animated. (See Also: ILA046) 0846 English 30 min

ACID RAIN : A NORTH AMERICAN CHALLENGE
103119 VH 16 min JS 1988 Looks at the impact of acid precipitation on our woods, waters and wildlife and shows how the insidious advance of acid rain threatens not only the natural life around us, but our manmade environment. (See Also: ISC070) 0714 English 16 min

ACTION: THE OCTOBER CRISIS
107447 VH 87 min S 1980 This film takes a thoughtful look at the desperate days of erratic FLQ bombings, the kidnapping of British trade commissioner James Cross, the abduction and murder of Quebec cabinet minister Pierre Laporte and the War Measures Act that put the army on the streets and suspended civil liberties. It places the October Crisis in the longer perspective of history. 0714 English 87 min

ABORIGINAL VOICES SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: THE NATIVE ARTS COMMUNITY (CC) [104675]

ABSTINENCE: DECIDING TO WAIT
104087 VH 19 min I 1994 Features three scenarios depicting couples involved in sexual decision making and the consequences of these decisions. In the first, a boy says no to his girlfriend’s advances. The resolution comes as they communicate clearly about their feelings. In the second, a couple become sexually active and we see the changes that take place in their relationship, including a fear of possible HIV infection. In the

ACID RAIN : THE INVISIBLE THREAT (CC)
101068 VH 25 min IJS 1993 EARTH SCIENCE VIDEO LIBRARY SERIES - Explores the causes and effects of acid rain. Utilizes computer graphics, interviews and film footage to examine the causes of acid rain, the effects on the environment and how to clean the air. From the EARTH SCIENCE VIDEO LIBRARY Series. IRP 002 Science K-7, IRP 025 Chemistry 11 & 12 0104 English 25 min

ACTIVE KIDS; ANYTIME,ANYPLACE
000252 VH 36 min KPITA 1992 This resource was developed to motivate,inform and instruct teachers, recreation leaders, parents, administrators, and children and youth.

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In the video, the activities are demonstrated first in a workshop for education, health, and recreation professionals, and then in 10 different situations including an after-school YMCA program, a school assembly in a library, a portable classroom, a small gymnasium and various classrooms. The video consists of the following segments: Introduction,Anytime Activities, Activity Centres, Extra-Active Activities and Checklist for Activities. 0157 English 36 min

ADRIENNE CLARKSON PRESENTS SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: ARTHUR ERICKSON : CONVERSATIONS WITH AN ARCHITECT [104739]

ADVERTISING AND CONSUMERISM:MEDIA & SOCIETY
104630 VH 80 min JS 1989 This is a resource package for students and teachers involved in media study. Contains a selection of 5 films and film excerpts. A resource guide contains notes and background information on each of the film selections. 0714 English 80 min

ADVANCED EXISTING LIGHT PHOTOGRAPHY
104962 VH JS Master photographer Gary Whelpley shows how to use "the light that happens to be on the scene". English

ACTIVITIES OF PLANTS
200271 VH 14 min 2007 This 14-minute video and teacher’s guide covers the plant life cycle. It is a thorough investigation of photosynthesis, pollination, and fertilization. It is visually stimulating and uses scientific vocabulary appropriate for this age. 0414 English 14 min

ADVERTSING, SALES PROMOTION AND PUBLIC RELATIONS
002201 VH 30 min S 2004 CONCEPTS IN MARKETING SERIES - An American hockey franchise, the Long Beach Ice Dogs, is featured as a model for sport marketing. The video focuses on promotional elements in advertising, sales and PR. Fast-paced and dynamic, this program will keep adolescents’ attention. Also suitable for Marketing 11/12, Management Innovation 12 and Entrepreneurship 12. 0058 English 30 min

ADVENTURERS AND MYSTICS, 1540 TO 1670 (EPISODE 2A)
000973 VH 60 min IJS 2000 CANADA: A PEOPLE’S HISTORY SERIES - The search for the Northwest Passage and the expansion of the Grand Banks fishery make the New World a destination for Europeans in the 16th century. Champlain begins his legendary journeys and the precarious beginnings of New France are established in an era of unprecedented alliances and devastating conflicts. Closed-captioned. 0189 English 60 min

ACTIVITY BASED MATHEMATICS SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: DATA ANALYSIS [102148]

ACTIVITY BASED MATHEMATICS SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: GEOMETRY [102143]

AEGEAN ART
104713 SL 1991 Representative examples of Minoan and Mycenean painting, architecture, sculpture, and pottery. 13 slides 0046 English

ADDICTIONS,COMPULSIONS AND ALTERNATIVE HIGHS
104029 VH 23 min JS 1988 Why and how do addictions occur,whether the addiction be alcohol or gambling. How can we achieve a "high" feeling in positive, life-enhancing ways? 0983 English 23 min

ADVENTURERS AND MYSTICS, 1540 TO 1670 (EPISODE 2B)
000974 VH 60 min IJS 2000 CANADA: A PEOPLE’S HISTORY SERIES - The search for the Northwest Passage and the expansion of the Grand Banks fishery make the New World a destination for Europeans in the 16th century. Champlain begins his legendary journeys and the precarious beginnings of New France are established in an era of unprecedented alliances and devastating conflicts. Closed-captioned. 0189 English 60 min

UNE AFFAIRE DE FILLES: UN DOCUMENTAIRE SUR L’INTIMIDATION
013350 DV 52 min JS 2005 Dans Une affaire de filles, Lynn Glazier detruit l’idee recue que les filles sont l’incarnation de la douceur et demontre qu’il est faux de pretendre que les mots ne font de mal a personne. Le film ainsi que le materiel d’exploitation pedagogique qui l’accompagne constituent des outils d’apprentissage essentiels pour aider les enfants a batir de saines relations. 0564 French 52 min

L’ADMIRABLE MACHINE
103872 VH 26 min IS 1989 Titre anglais: "Landscapes". 0506 French 26 min

SMART FAST FOOD CHOICES : ADOLESCENT NUTRITION
001746 VH 10 min IJ 2003 Have you ever wondered what’s inside your favourite fast foods? This video looks at different types of fast food, in particular their fat content, to enable the student to make the smartest choices out of what is available. 0267 English 10 min

THE ADVENTURES OF ROCKY AND BULLWINKLE (CC)
104816 VH 39 min PI An entire volume featuring 4 episodes of all your favorite Rocky and Bullwinkle characters. Close Captioned for the Hearing Impaired. 0142 English 39 min

L’AFFAIRE DU GOLF (CC)
106075 VH 26 min 1992 (Serie LES INTREPIDES] Dans cet ` episode, Julie et Tom se rendent ` compte que la richesse de Pierrot, un de leurs auditeurs, consiste en des faux billets. Les intrepides decident ` ` alors d’enqulter sur le club de golf qui a embauche Pierrot pour retrouver les ` balles perdues. Les intrepides ` decouvrent l’exisence d’un systeme de ` ` livraisons et de paiements et, du mlme coup, la complicite du gerant. Francais ` ` ¸ Langue Premiere K a 7 0104 French ` ` 26 min

ADOS-DOLLAR
002112 VH 25 min JS 2003 ENJEUX SERIES - This program explores the spending habits and money sense of teenagers. Teens have at their disposal more money than at any previous time in history, but rarely is the topic of household financial management a subject for discussion between parents and their children. Although filmed in Quebec, the video is pertinent to the reality of B.C. youth. 0414 French 25 min

THE ADVENTURES OF TAXI DOG
105679 VH 5 min PI 1993 A story of a stray dog, living in New York City, who is adopted by a warmhearted cab driver named Jim. Jim calls his new canine friend Maxi and together they share many adventures as Jim drives his cab around town. 0207 English 5 min

4 L’AFFAIRE RIEL: CRISES ET CHANGEMENTS
107471 VH 10 min JS 1989 L’importance de Riel dans cette periode historique difficile et l’entree ` ` des provinces de l’Ouest dans la Confederation. 0599 French 10 ` ` min

murderers within the Canadian legal system. For many prisoners, the two men symbolize hope and redemption. 0189 English 23 min

AGE OF THE BEAVER
000276 VH 17 min IJ 1952 This film provides a brief history of the fur trade in Canada, showing its effects on exploration and settlement. Engravings and paintings from the periods represented convey the romance, the adventures and the hardships of traders, Indians and coureurs des bois. Animated maps indicate the old fur trade routes. 0714 English 17 min

AFTERGLOW: A TRIBUTE TO ROBERT FROST
IGLA14 VH 35 min JS 1990 Burgess Meredith takes us to Robert Frost’s home in Vermont and recites many of the writer’s poems, providing insight into the author’s intentions. The video spans the seasons with appropriate readings. 0504 English 35 min

AFRICA
106482 VH 25 min IJ 1991 Explores the varied regions of Africa, including its tropical forests, savannas, deserts and mountains, as well as the Nile, the world’s longest river, and the Sahara, the largest desert; also introduces some of Africa’s unique wildlife. 0689 English 25 min

AGE OF THE BUFFALO
000868 VH 14 min IJS 1964 A vivid recollection of the free west of the North American Indian and the vast herds of buffalo that once thundered across the plains. 0714 English 14 min

AGAINST REASON: A PORTRAIT OF JACK MCCLELLAND
107438 VH 50 min JS This film examines the complex and interesting life of Canadian nationalist and publisher, Jack McClelland. The programe reveals the history and continuing difficulties faced by the Canadian publishing industry and offers valuable insight from our most cherished authors. Featuring interviews with Farley Mowat, Margret Atwood, Mordecai Richler, Margaret Laurence, Pierre Berton and Peter C. Newman. 0562 English 50 min

AFRICA :CHALLENGES IN THE 21ST CENTURY
013337 DV 23 min JS 2004 Africa is believed to be the cradle of civilization, where humankind originated millions of years ago. It is a continent rich in natural resources, and one that has made great strides in improving the quality of life for its people, yet still has many struggles . Explores Africa’s history and the impact of its colonial legacy.Problems like HIV/AIDS, hunger and controversial international trade policies continue to contribute to Africa’s underdevelopment. 0058 English 23 min

AIDS ALERT
104207 VH 20 min JS 1988 All about Acquired Immune Deficiency disease. 0149 English 20 min

AIDS: ALLIE’S STORY
104251 VH 14 min S 1994 A cast study of a young woman, Allie Gertz, who contracted HIV after having unprotected heterosexual contact. Interviews with Allie and her parents show their struggle with the syndrome. The video also discusses the spread of AIDS and the need for sexual education programs on college campuses. While Allie demonstrates acceptance of her disease, she warns the viewers to protect themselves against the virus. 0104 English 14 min

THE AGE OF ABSOLUTISM
106873 VH 30 min JS 1990 THE WESTERN TRADITION SERIES - Program #16 - The Age of Absolutism - some monarchs, particularly in France, claim they are answerable to no earthly authority. Absolutism and The Social Contract - political theorists in England argue that authority depends on the consent of the governed. 0574 English 30 min

AFRICA: THE LAND AND THE RESOURCES
001759 VH 30 min IJ 2003 Tour the world’s second-largest continent, exploring its diverse physical features and natural assets. Here’s a first-hand look at the variety of landscapes, including deserts, rain forests and large grassy savannahs. As each major region is discussed, viewers learn interesting facts about agriculture, resources, travel and plant and animal life. 0269 English 30 min

AIDS: FACTS FOR KIDS
000904 VH 9 min IJ 1997 An age-appropriate video informing kids from grades 4-6 how to protect themselves from HIV and AIDS. A young narrator presents this live-action video in a personable manner. 0574 English 9 min

THE AGE OF REASON, AN AGE OF PASSION (CC)
9O1279 VH 60 min S 1989 Striving for individual expression, Gericault, Turner, Delacroix, and Goya demonstrate a range of styles in the Romantic movement. 0571 English 60 min Social Studies

AFRICAN HORNED MASK (IVORY COAST)
107101 RE IS AFRICAN REPLICA: This multicoloured wooden mask with its incised decoration is representative of combined animal and human spirits. Carved by the Senufo people of the Ivory Coast. 19th Century. (38 cm) 0008 English

AIDS : THE EPIDEMIC’S SECOND DECADE
104229 VH 30 min KPIJSCATJS 1992 Summarizes the latest achievements of the health establishment, details its failures, profiles the inconsistencies and sheds new light on the disease. Prepares students to discuss and examine the issues facing them. 0274 English 30 min

AGE OF REASON, THE: EUROPE AFTER THE RENAISSANCE
106884 VH 20 min IS Students will discover how the philosopher John Locke and his contemporary, Isaac Newton, provided the foundation for a truly unique period of history. Students will also learn how the teachings of this era became politically revolutionary once they were taken up by certain great French minds. Live action and historical artwork filmed on location in Europe and in the U.S. are skillfully combined to make this era come alive. 0599 English 20 min

AFTER LIFE
000316 VH 23 min S 1998 MAN ALIVE SERIES - After Life takes a gritty look at the inside of a life sentence through the eyes of two "lifers," now on permanent parole, who council those still locked up. This is the story of two ex-cons, murderers, providing help for all of the convicted

AIDSCARE, AIDS CARE
104183 KT JS 1994 The Canadian Foundation for AIDS Research (CANFAR) kit contains an AIDS awareness video, plus a Facilitators Guide; a step-by-step guide on how to start a CANFAR Youth Chapter,l plus background information and articles on HIV/AIDS and its

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impact on Canada’s young people. 0172 English

ALCOHOL EXPOSED
001900 VH 16:29 min IJ 2000 Alcohol is the most commonly-abused drug in America. Drinking alcohol,especially beer, is one of the primary ways that many adults choose to relax. But when we consider the physiological havoc caused by alcoholnot to mention the emotional damage that alcoholism often causes to our society- it becomes clear that alcohol is not a harmless substance for adults, and certainly not for youngsters. Alcohol is a leading cause of death and injury among teenagers.It is crucial that we continue our efforts to make young students recognize the dangers of underage drinking. 0599 English 16:29 min

ALEXANDER THE GREAT
106796 VH 30 min JS 1990 Program #4 - Alexander the Great Alexander’s empire rules from Greece to India, quadrupling the size of the world known to the Greeks. The Hellenistic Age - After the break-up of Alexander’s empire, a series of Hellenistic kingdoms extend Greek culture throughout the Mediterranean world. 0574 English 30 min

AIR - LES CLIMATS
013041 VH 19:52 min IJ 2001 SERIE TRANSIT D’UN OCEAN A L’AUTRE - En matiere de conditions atmospheriques et de climat, le Canada est comble! Que d’extremes entre les forets ombrophiles de la Colombie-Britannique et les badlands desertiques de l’Alberta, entre l’Arctique glacial ou aucun arbre ne pousse et les terres agricoles fertiles de la region des Grands Lacs et du SaintLaurent! Air nous propose une visite guidee des regions et des saisons du pays et soulignes las consequences de tels ecarts de temperature et de climat. Sur des cartes colorees figurent les glaciers qui couvraient Toronto il y a dix mille ans, alors que des images de la tempete de verglas qui s’abbattait sur le centre de Canada en 1998 rappellent la catastrophe la plus couteuse a laquelle le pays a du faire face. 0714 French 19:52 min

ALEXANDER, WHO USED TO BE RICH LAST SUNDAY
PLL016 VH 14 min P 1990 Alexander’s sad tale of the difficulty of getting and the ease of spending money. Based on the book by Judith Viorst. 0264 English 14 min Primary Learning for Living

ALCOHOL: TRUTH AND CONSEQUENCES
001774 VH 19:10 min IJ 2003 Teens need to see that drinking alcohol can have serious as well as merely unpleasant consequences. Alcohol: Truth and Consequences was created with this need in mind. The message comes across loud and clear: drinking results in serious problems. The program follows a group of eighth graders. After viewing this video students will be better able to understand that advertising affects the choices they make about drinking. 0414 English 19:10 min

ALGAE : SIMPLE LIFE
103210 VH 16 min IS 1988 Examines the typical forms of algae, assessing their structures and evolutionary development, and explaining their reproductive processes. 0983 English 16 min

THE AIR WE BREATHE
000566 VH 20 min S 1992 This video uses geography as the basis of inquiry for a subject-integrated or case-study approach. It focuses on how political decisions and physical geography can combine to create an environmental disaster. Students observe how outdated technology and temperature inversions can cause smog, air pollution, and acid rain which destroy buildings and people’s health. 0104 English 20 min

ALGEBRA I (COMPARING DATA): MIDDLE SCHOOL
001835 VH 12 min T 2001 THE LESSON COLLECTION: MATH STRATEGIES SERIES - Algebra I Comparing Data (Middle school) Using box and whisker plots to analyze and compare data in an imaginary business scenario. 0054 English 12 min

ALDOUS HUXLEY
000885 VH 50 min S 1996 This look at the life and work of Aldous Huxley features numerous extracts from his major works. Friends, biographers, family members, and in extracts from archival interviews, Aldous Huxley himself evaluate his legacy. 0489 English 50 min

AIRPLANES : A FIRST FILM
104380 VH 11 min PI 1986 The viewer gets a close-up look at the main parts of an airplane and information from which he can generalize about the common elements of several kinds of planes. 0494 English 11 min

ALGEBRA II (SERIES AND SEQUENCES): HIGH SCHOOL
001836 VH 13 min T 2001 THE LESSON COLLECTION: MATH STRATEGIES SERIES - Algebra II Series and Sequences: High School Engaging Algebra II students in exploring number patterns and developing formulas. 0054 English 13 min

AL PURDY "A SENSITIVE MAN
105480 VH 56 min JS 1990 For Al Purdy, "Canada’s national poet," what matters most is his art. True to Canada’s character, he catches with an unpretentious voice the "incandescent moments" that he sees existing in all our lives. 0714 English 56 min

ALEXANDER AND THE TERRIBLE, HORRIBLE, NO GOOD, VERY BAD DAY
PR0503 VH 14 min P 1989 This video, based on Judith Viorst’s best selling book of the same title, provides a sympathetic reflection of the experience of a bad day from a child’s point of view. 0264 English 14 min Primary

ALICE AU PAYS DES MERVEILLES
106031 VH 28 min JS 1993 Livrofolie" serie. Lewis Carroll. Theme: ` ` Le fantastique. 0665 French 28 min

ALADDIN AND HIS WONDERFUL LAMP (CC)
101595 VH 47 min PJ 1987 Sometimes getting your every wish isn’t everything you wished for. It certainly isn’t in the tale of Aladdin (Robert Carradine) who is left trapped in a tiny cave with an old oil lamp by a wicked magician (Leonard Nimoy). Closed Captioned for the Hearing Impaired. 0807 English 47 min

ALEXANDER MACKENZIE BICENTENNIAL
107433 VH 1993 This learning resource package is directed to Gr. 4 and Gr. 10 and is designed to motivate students to learn in a variety of disciplines; human and natural history, geography, anthropology and economics. 0639 English

ALICE IN WONDERLAND: APPRECIATING DIFFERENCES DI
100177 VH 10 min PIT 1990 Students will learn that mature people appreicate and understand differences in others. 0574 English 10 min

6 WOMEN WARRIORS: ALISON SYDOR
001758 VH 30 min IJS 2003 North Vancouver’s champion mountain biker, Alison Sydor is orifled in this series which reveals the ferocious spirit and life-long sacrifice it takes to be a champion. Through interviews with teacm-mates, friends, family and indepth interviews with the athletes, each episode embraces the accomplishments, struggles and choices wich make up the world of today’s elite female Olympian. 0257 English 30 min

ALL ABOUT PLANTS
013349 DV 15 min PI 2006 Explore the plant kingdom with this look at flowering and non-flowering species. Find out what plants need to grow and reproduce,as well as some of the adaptation they’ve had to make. Includes 4 segments on: Plant cells; The needs of plants; Plant reproduction; Trees. 0564 English 15 min

fun, hands-on activity will teach kids about the diferent phases of the Moon, and they will learn why there are so many craters on the Moon, but not on Earth. 0868 English 23 min

ALL ABOUT THE PLANETS
013178 VH 23 min PRI 2000 SPACE SCIENCE FOR CHILDREN SERIES - What is a planet? We live on one, but there are others. Are they all like Earth? Is there life on other planets? All About Planets takes children on a tour of the solar system, explaining vital statistics about each size, distance from the Sun, temperature and why some are rocky and solid while others are made entirely of gases. 0868 English 23 min

ALL ABOUT RAIN, SNOW, SLEET & HAIL
013384 VH 23 min PI 2000 Precipitation comes in many different forms and is caused by a wide variety of forces. But what makes the sky open up? And how is water changed into all of these different forms? Two hands-on demonstrations show that air not only has weight, but that warm air rises, while a visit with a meteorologist illustrates how to determine the forecast. 0868 English 23 min

ALL ABOUT BRIDGES
104311 VH 19 min IJ 1989 This video is filled with spectacular sights of bridges all over the world. It describes their basic design and tells how they are built. We are given some history of bridges, and interesting anecdotes are shared. 0599 English 19 min

ALL ABOUT THE SUN
013182 VH 23 min P 2000 SPACE SCIENCE FOR CHILDREN SERIES - Of all the things in life that we take for granted, nothing looms larger than...the Sun! All About The Sun will give students a broad understanding of this near-by star that is the centre of our solar system - an why it’s so important to us on Earth! In a fun hands-on activity, children will actually create their own solar oven. 0868 English 23 min

ALL ABOUT SOLIDS, LIQUIDS & GASES
001721 VH 23 min PI 2002 PHYSICAL SCIENCE FOR CHILDREN SERIES - In this video, young students will be introduced to the three common forms of matter. They’ll learn that all things are made up of tiny particles called atoms and that that the movement of these particles determines the form that matter takes. This program is based on the concepts outlined in the National Science Education Standards. 0574 English 23 min

ALL ABOUT FOREST ECOSYSTEMS
001768 VH 23 min P 2002 In All About Forest Ecosystmes, kids will explore the ecosystems where trees are the major plant life form. Viewers will discover the three different types of forests found around the world (rainforests, deciduous forests and coniferous forests) and explore the plant and animal life found there. 0574 English 23 min

ALL SUMMER IN A DAY
ILA071 VH 29 min I 1991 Based on Ray Bradbury’s short science fiction story of the same name. It is set on a dreary rain-soaked planet which the sun visits one day every nine years. Margot, who remembers her life on earth in sunny Ohio, is a target for jealousy. Led by William, Margot is tricked into entering a storage room and is locked in as a "joke". The long awaited sun appears and the children go out to enjoy it, forgetting about Margot altogether. 0571 English 29 min Intermediate Language Arts

ALL ABOUT STARS ALL ABOUT NATURAL RESOURCES
002094 VH 23 min P 2001 Students will learn what makes some natural resources renewable and others nonrenewable. See how wind turbines provide an alternative to fossil fuels as a means of providing energy and a hands-on demonstration shows children how they can build their own simple water treatment system. 0414 English 23 min 013180 VH 23 min P 2000 SPACE SCIENCE FOR CHILDREN SERIES - Nothing inspires awe and wonder like stars! And kids can pose some pretty awesome questions about them. What are stars? Why are some stars brighter than others? How far away are they? All About Stars answers these questions and more. Childrren will learn how stars are formed, why they seen to move across our sky and how we have used their patterns to form the constellations. With a fun, hands-on activity, students will learn the basic concepts behind an important astronomy tool, the reflecting telescope. 0868 English 23 min

ALL THAT BACH, A CELEBRATION
105024 VH 50 min JS 1985 This video celebrates the Bach Tercentenary which was filmed in Canada in 1985 during its Bach 300 festival. From a graceful cantata duet, to a rousing fugue performed by a tap dance ensemble, "All That Bach" demonstrates the stunning universality of Bach’s music. 0887 English 50 min

ALL ABOUT PLANT POLLINATION: FRUIT, FLOWERS & SEEDS
002093 VH 23 min PI 2001 Flowers are not only pretty, they are also one of the key elements in the process of plant pollination and reproduction that goes from flowers to fruit to seeds! In a hands-on experiment,kids pollinate a flower themselves and then observe the development of its seeds and fruit. 0414 English 23 min

ALL ABOUT THE MOON
013181 VH 23 min P 2000 SPACE SCIENCE FOR CHILDREN SERIES - It’s the largest object in the night sky, and it looks different every night - it’s the Moon! All About the Moon gives children a close-up look at the Moon while answering key questions, including: Why does the Moon appear different every night? What does the Moon look like up close? What is it like to walk on the Moon? A

ALL THE TROUBLES OF THE WORLD
103711 VH 23 min JS 1988 Based on the book by Isaac Asimov about a futuristic conflict between man and machine. Can machines solve all of our problems? 0983 English 23 min

ALL THINGS CONSIDERED
104449 VH 27 min JS 1992 This video looks at several current issues from a Ministry of Forests perspective. Along with a review of other points of view, students can develop their own approach towards decision making in forest management. 0638 English 27 min

ALTERNATIVE AGRICULTURE: FOOD FOR LIFE
002109 VH 50 min JS 2004 NATURE OF THINGS SERIES - This Nature of Things program looks at alternatives to corporate farming. Ecological,organic and ethical farming could be a tremendous benefit to the environment and help preserve rural society and culture. 0414 English 50 min

7 AMAZONIA : THE ROAD TO THE END OF THE FOREST
100855 VH 96 min IA A Nature of Things program. Explores the causes and consequences of the on-going destruction of the rainforests of the Amazon Basin by government and agribusiness in Brazil. 0192 English 96 min

L’ALPHABET
101926 VH KP Ce document illustre aide les enfants a ` ` decouvrir les 26 lettres de l’alphabet. ` French

AMELIA EARHART
104379 VH 13 min IS Amelia Earhart (1897 - 1937), the first woman to fly across the Atlantic, became a symbol of courage and adventure. She set aviation records in an age when women were expected to stay in the kitchen; her disappearance during a Pacific Ocean flight ended a brillant and spectacular career. 0380 English 13 min

ALWAYS CHANGING, ALWAYS GROWING
000958 VH 50 min IJ 1997 A fifth and sixth grade school program on puberty education, this video has three viewing options: girls only (18 min.), boys only (12 min.) and co-ed (20 min.). It is accompanied by: a Canadian implementarion supplement, an instructor’s guide, a parents’ booklet, a girls’ booklet and a boys’ booklet. KIDSIN English 50 min

AN ALPHABET OF ANIMALS (CC)
PLA019 VH 13 min I 1989 An Alphabet of Animals uses each letter of the alphabet to stand for the names of several animals or an idea that relates to animal life. The narration is presented in verse and provides a broad understanding of how wild and pet animals live, feed, communicate, move about, make homes and raise their young. The animals are presented accurately in their natural environment using stills as well as live action photography. Closed Captioned for the Hearing Impaired. 0296 English 13 min Primary Language Arts

ALWYN MORRIS
002179 DV 24 min S 2005 CHIEFS AND CHAMPIONS SERIES Alwyn Morris, a Mohawk from Kahnawake, Quebe, won kayaking Gold at the 1984 Olympics. During his memorable stand on the podium, he held an eagle feather high to honour his grandfather. He is the visionary behind the Aboriginal Sports Circle, a national organization committed to the development of athletes and coaches. He discusses his involvement in negotiating land issues. 0657 English 24 min

AMEMNES AND HIS WIFE DEPIT (14TH CENT. BC)
106733 RE IS A relief representing a court official and his wife, dating around the time of King Amenhotep IV and Queen Nefretete. The visual art of this era is characterized by an expressive new style.(70 cm x 60 cm) English

AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE 1776
107582 VH 28 min JA Chronicles the events that led up to American secession from British rule, while probing the social complexity of revolutionary America. 0140 English 28 min

AN ALPHABET OF DINOSAURS
102787 VH 13 min P 1989 Fully animated and narrated in rhyme, this program playfully explains how various kinds of dinosaurs got food, protected themselves, moved about, had young, and finally became extinct. 0299 English 13 min

AMAZING BODIES FOR STUDENTS: THE SENSES
200239 DV 13 min I 2004 Reviews sight, sound, touch, smell,and taste and explains the special relationship between taste and smell. 0414 English 13 min

AMERICAN POTTER, AN
A00188 VH 36 min 1977 The potters’ community, with master and apprentices, is still thriving. Gerry Williams -philosopher and artist -looks at the whole creative process as he examines his co-workers’ pieces, evaluates them and offers suggestions. This program is about the creative spirit of pottery making, as well as the process. 1007 English 36 min Art

AN ALPHABET OF INSECTS
E00816 VH 12 min P 1986 From A (for ant) to Z (for the buzzing sound insects make), each letter of the alphabet introduces a word about insects. Clever, memorable rhymes tell how insects live, eat, look and move. Delightful animation and beautiful nature photography offer an alphabetical journey into the remarkable and colorfully intriguing world of insects. 0296 English 12 min English/Language Arts

AMAZING GRACE (CC)
105728 VH 30 min K 1993 READING RAINBOW SERIES Presents the book, Amazing Grace, by Mary Hoffman and three real life vignettes about women achieving their dreams and goals despite obstacles of racial and gender inequality. In addition, three book reviews narrated by children are presented. (Also see 813 VR 185) Personal Planning K-7 0104 English 30 min

THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
107584 VH 30 min JS 1990 THE WESTERN TRADITION SERIES - Program #19 - The American Revolution - the American Revolution is examined as a test case of Enlightenment ideas. The British colonists fight first for their rights as Englishmen and then for universal freedom. The American Republic - the new republic demonstrates that a revolution can create a free, stable society. 0574 English 30 min

AN ALPHABET OF SPACE
PLA020 VH 15 min 1990 This video uses the extensive film library of NASA to present the letters of the alphabet within a space theme. The rhyming narration delivers a great deal of information and technical vocabulary. 0296 English 15 min Primary Language Arts

AMAZING GRAINS
013361 DV 20 min JS 2000 SEE! HEAR! EXPERIENCE! SERIES Shows why grains are good food, where they come from, and how they get from the field to the table. Covers rice, wheat, corn, barley, oats, buckwheat, kasha, spelt, millet, triticale, quinoa and amaranth. 0599 English 20 min

8 AMERICAN REVOLUTION: DECLARATION OF INDEPEND. &T
107586 VH 17 min JS 1993 The roles of those who fought in the battles for American independence, including Native Americans, Jews, African Americans and women are discussed as well as the French joining American forces to help win the war. The aftermath of the war is examined with a look at the issuance of IOU’s to soldiers and George Washington’s thoughts of the successful battle that led to the American colonies’ independence. 0214 English 17 min

tries to restore peace among all his friends - hawk, chicken, fire, rain, etc. 0714 English 7 min

ANCIENT EGYPT: GIFT OF THE NILE
106762 VH IS 1987 This video is composed of three film strips depicting life in Ancient Egypt. Filmstrip #1: Ancient Egypt/Social Life, Filmstrip #2: Ancient Egypt/Religion and Filmstrip #3 The Autopsy of Nakht. It is STRONGLY advised that the third filmstrip be previewed by the teacher as it contains material that may be upsetting to some pupils. 0910 English

ANANSI THE SPIDER
E00172 VH 10 min I 1969 Gerald McDermott’s animation is based on an Ashanti folk tale. It tells the story of Anansi, the Spider Man, who has six sons. All the sons help him escape from a fish, but he can’t decide who deserves the prize of a globe of light; so instead, the Sky God carries the light to glow in the night. 0504 English 10 min English/Language Arts

AMERICAN REVOLUTION: REBELLION & PREPARING TO FIG
107585 VH 16 min JS 1993 With the use of artwork and photographic re-creations, this program illustrates the American colonists struggle for independence from Biritish rule. Events that led to the Revolutionary War are examined. Some of the topics discussed are the Boston Tea Party, the development and training of minutemen and Paul Revere’s famous ride, the beginnings of the Revolutionary War, including the Battle of Bunker Hill, King Goerge’s rejection of the American colonists’ petition for peace and more. 0214 English 16 min

L’ANATOMIE: CUIR, POIL, PLUME
002080 VH 50 min P 2003 Cette serie pour enfants sur la vie animale presente de facon divertissante les animaux dans leur environnement naturel. Le format est amusant, rythme et educatif. L’anatomie comprend dix episodes decrivant surtout divers attributs physiques, mais traitant aussi des structures sociales et du comportement. 0414 French 50 min

ANCIENT EGYPTIAN ARCHITECTURE
104729 VH 41 min JS 1991 Studies Egyptian architecture, telling how the ancient Egyptians designed the world’s first stone columns, pyramids, etc. Teaching manual included. 0029 English 41 min

ANCIENT EGYPTIAN SCULPTURE AND PAINTING
104728 VH 39 min JS 1991 Examines the painting and sculpture of ancient Egypt, showing how they were symbolic or used to influence the gods. Teaching manual included. 0029 English 39 min

ANATOMY
002194 VH 51 min I 2003 ANILAND SERIES - This video explores physical attributes, social structures and behaviours of animals within an overarching theme of adaptation. Ten 5-minute segments, each with its own focus, cover topics such as colour/ camouflage, dimorphism, anomalies and transformations. 0714 English 51 min

ANCIENT MAYA INDIANS OF CENTRAL AMERICA
107561 VH 9 min IJ 1972 Shows how the Mayan civilization, which was mainly agrarian reached its peak of power during periods of peaceful expansion. 0350 English 9 min

AMPHIBIANS; INVERTEBRATES
013156 VH 50 min IJ 1998 BILL NYE : THE SCIENCE GUY SERIES - Amphibians - Being called "cold-blooded" is no insult to these creatures! The Science Guy explains how amphibians can live both on land and in water, and the mysterious process of metamorphosis. Invertebrates - You may not believe it, but these "spineless wonders" far outnumber those of us with backbones. Bill shares invertebrates’ unique characteristics and explains why we are dependent on them. 0574 English 50 min

THE ANCIENT ART OF EGYPT
104712 SL 1991 0046 English

ANCIENT MESOPOTAMIA
HI0168 VH 10 min IJ 1977 The contributions of the Sumerians, Semites, Babylonians and Assyrians are depicted against authentic locales, including the cities of Babylon, Ur and Nineveh. The legacy they left includes the arch, the wheel, a code of laws, a system of writing and military science. 0296 English 10 min History

ANCIENT CIVILIZATIONS
For descriptions see individual titles: ATHENS AND ANCIENT GREECE [013173] CLEOPATRA: THE FIRST WOMAN OF POWER [013174] FALL OF THE AZTEC & MAYA EMPIRES [013172] THE LAND OF THE PHARAOHS [013175] ROME AND POMPEII [013171]

AMPHIBIANS: WHAT ARE THEY?
001739 VH 10 min PI 2002 Take your students along with naturalist Paul Fuqua to such places as the rain forests of South America, the swamps of South Carolina and the jungles of Thailand in search of amphibians. Frogs and salamanders are described with emphasis on their physical characteristics. 0414 English 10 min

ANCIENT CIVILIZATIONS
For descriptions see individual titles: SEVEN WONDERS OF THE ANCIENT WORLD [013167]

ANCIENT ROME
HI0170 VH 10 min IJ 1977 The remains of the Appian Way, the Colosseum, Domitian’s Palace, the Forum and Sacra Via recall a culture that contributed many ideas to Western civilization, including advancements in law, architecture and engineering. Ancient Roman life presented most of the problems and all the excitement found in modern cities today. 0296 English 10 min History

ANCIENT EGYPT
106753 VH 30 min I 1988 Ancient Egypt’s history covers a period of more than 3,000 years. Here in a concise study we view its history, religion, art, politics, justice, wars, agriculture, commerce, architecture, social structure and government. 0066 English 30 min

ANANSE’S FARM
000704 VH 7 min PI 1973 An animated fable from Ghana, tells what happens when Ananse the spider

9 ANCIENT ROME: AN OVERVIEW
106780 VH IS 1992 Documents Ancient Rome and the people who lived there as revealed through the many artifacts they left behind, including shields, swords, tools, toys, cosmetics and jewellery. 0787 English

ANIMAL BABIES
103262 VH 15 min 1981 The film introduces all sorts of baby animals, from the familiar chick hatching from its egg to the baby shark, wriggling out of its egg case in the sea. Students will see that the subject is filled with variety and surprise. 0689 English 15 min

ANIMAL FARM
106017 VH 72 min I 1954 A full length cartoon based on George Orwell’s satire. "All Animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others. 0999 English 72 min George Orwell

AND STILL THE TURTLE WATCHED (CC)
105741 VH 29 min I 1993 READING RAINBOW SERIES - This video features a Native American tale recounting the message of our responsibility to nature and the environment, and includes a segment on eagles and a protection project. It follows the standard "Reading Rainbow" series format: an introduction to the story with live footage; the story; concept development with further live footage; and related book reviews by children. English Language Arts K-7 0104 English 29 min

ANIMAL GUESSING GAMES
103259 VH 15 min KP 1988 Sharpen observation skills with closeup looks at animal features. Match mothers and babies and guess who lives where. 0689 English 15 min

ANIMAL BABIES
PR0387 VH 10 min PI 1983 This video presentation explores a variety of habitats (ocean, pond, forest and mountain) to observe animals caring for their young. The challenges faced by newborn animals as they learn to survive in harsh environments are discussed. The goals of the video include an awareness and appreciation of Science, the development of observation and classification skills, and a knowledge of biological sciences. 0351 English 10 min Primary

ANIMAL HOMES (CC)
PR0394 VH 13 min PI 1988 This program presents the homes of a variety of animals from insects, to birds, to mammals. The video introduces children to the concepts of animal homes and makes them aware of the diversity and purposes of homes. 0583 English 13 min Primary

ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR AND THEN THERE WERE NONE
105990 VH 97 min J 1945 The film adaptation of Agatha Christie’s suspense thriller Ten Little Indians 0998 English 97 min For descriptions see individual titles: GETTING FOOD (2nd Edition) [000182]

ALL ABOUT ANIMAL ADAPTATIONS
001767 VH 23 min P 2000 Have you ever wondered why grizzly bears are brown and polar bears are white? Why are giraffes’ necks so long and where did elephants get such long trunks? In All About Animal Adaptations, students will learn how nature has helped animals change their characteristics over extended periods of time. 0574 English 23 min

ANIMAL CAFE (CC)
105757 VH 30 min K 1987 READING RAINBOW SERIES Viewers join the host on a night tour of New York City. Night shift workers in a fish plant, a flower center and a bakery are shown at work. The feature story is Animal Cafe, a story of a cat and a dog who run a restaurant during the night for other animals. Bats and other night time creatures are presented in detail by a naturalist. IRP 002 Science K-7 0470 English 30 min

ANGIOSPERMS: THE FLOWERING PLANTS
000496 VH 21 min S 1990 This classic describes the structural and reproductive characterstics that distinguish angiosperms from other plants. Animation and time-lapse photography are used to trace the angiosperm’s processes of pollination, seeds and fruit formation, seed dispersal and plant growth. The video illustrates a wide variety of angiosperms amd explains their importance to man. 0350 English 21 min

ANIMALS
103305 VH 32 min I 1989 SCIENCE ESSENTIALS SERIES 0104 English 32 min

ANIMAL COLORS AND SHAPES
013348 DV 15 min P 2006 From the cheetah’s circles to the Arctic fox’s winter coat of white, the animal kingdom is teeming with shapes and colors. In this DVD, animals are used to introduce students to basic shapes, including lines, circles, squares, triangles and rhombi. Then, the many ways animals use colour - for warning, camouflage, or showing off - provide a backdrop for looking at a spectrum of colours. 0564 English 15 min

ANIMALS A TO Z
103258 VH 15 min KP 1988 Youngsters see some of their favourite, familiar animals and meet some new, exotic ones as they travel through this animal alphabet. 0689 English 15 min

ANGOTEE : STORY OF AN ESKIMO BOY
000840 VH 30:51 min IJS 1953 . SERIES - A 1953 drama made in documentary style, chronicling the life of an Inuit boy in the eastern Arctic. We follow him from his birth until the day he sets off with his wife and child, out onto the ice for his first seal-hunting trip. 0714 English 30:51 min

ANIMALS AND ARACHNIDS
103679 VH 30 min I 1987 This volume explores the wonderful world of Animals and Arachnids. It answers questions such as: Why do dogs bury bones? Does a leopard lose his spots? Why are horses ridden with a saddle? Does a cow have four stomachs? Can you tell a deer’s age from his antlers? What is the spider’s web made of? Are tarantulas poisonous? 0910 English 30 min

ANIMAL FAMILIES : THE CHICKEN
103516 VH 11 min PI Presents chickens in their natural habitat and explains their life cycle, eating habits and much more. 0983 English 11 min

ANILAND
For descriptions see individual titles: ANATOMY [002194]

Anima Series
For descriptions see individual titles: LA GIRAFE ET LA CIRCULATION SANGUINE [000970]

ANIMAL FAMILY SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: THE FROG (CC) [103468]

10 ANIMALS AROUND US
200222 DV 20 min P 2005 This program shows animals in their natural habitats and how they adapt to their environment. The well-paced commentary with short sentences and limited vocabulary combines with constantly changing scenes of animals in authentic settings to help young students understand how animals survive in various habitats. Four biomes are featured: forest, grassland, wetland and desert. Adaptation, including how animals adapt to changes in the natural landscape caused by humans, is also explored. The material can be viewed in segments. Generic lesson plans are suggested in the support material. 0414 English 20 min

themselves from predators. 0868 English 25 min

ANIMALS WITH BACKBONES (CC)
ISC039 VH 15 min I 1989 This video examines the five warm and cold vertebrate groups. Extensive photography and informative narration provide a detailed look at the characteristics of each group. These groups include fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals. 0296 English 15 min Intermediate Science

LLAMAS
000380 VH KPI 1997 ANIMALS ON THE FARM SERIES This is a fun-filled educational viedeo for children and anyone else who would like to learn about llamas. Topics covered are: females, crias, males, colors, feeding habits, tails and tongues, humming and spitting, hooves and scent glands, and why they make a great pet. AVATAR English

ANIMALS WITHOUT BACKBONES (CC)
ISC040 VH 13 min I 1989 This video examines the numerous invertebrate groups. Extensive photography and informative narration provide a detailed look at the characteristics of sponges, jellyfish, sea anemone, worms, sea urchins, starfish, mollusks, squid, octopus, anthropods and insects. 0296 English 13 min Intermediate Science

SHEEP
000381 VH KPI 1997 ANIMALS ON THE FARM SERIES This is a fun-filled educational video for children and anyone else who would like to learn about sheep. Topics covered are: ewes, rams, lambs, shearing, border collies, feeding, tails, and hooves. AVATAR English

ANIMALS AT HOME IN THE DESERT
103127 VH 23 min IS 1985 THE LIVING DESERT SERIES Shows students how desert animals such as the roadrunner and tortoise have adapted to the environment. 0574 English 23 min

ANIMANDO
104810 VH 13 min KA 1991 A whimsical one-person show that will initiate the newcomer to an inventory of techniques - with a surprise or two. This video is for anyone interested in animation. It’s animation almost anyone - with ingenuity, patience, and a few tools - can do. 0714 English 13 min

ANIMALS IN WINTER
103302 VH 21 min P 1994 THE STORY OF PUNXSUTANEY PHIL, THE FEARLESS FORECASTER (2nd Edition): Woodland animals gather outside Phil’s burrow on Groundhog Day waiting for him to emerge and forecast spring. Animated. HOW ANIMALS LIVE THROUGH THE WINTER: Where winters are bitterly cold, scarce food supplies affect animal behaviour. Some animals seek shelter, others hunt to survive or sleep through much of the winter. Live Action. 0299 English 21 min

DAIRY COWS
000382 VH KPI 1997 ANIMALS ON THE FARM SERIES This is a fun-filled educational video for children and anyone else who would like to learn about dairy cows. Topics covered are: calves, milking parlor, collars and feeding, tails, tongue, hooves and dew claws, tags and ears, udder and udder vein, and chores of a dairy farmer. AVATAR English

ANIMATED HERO CLASSICS
For descriptions see individual titles: THE WRIGHT BROTHERS [000908]

PIGS
000383 VH 7 min KPI 1997 ANIMALS ON THE FARM SERIES This fun-filled video is aimed at the younger child and lets them learn all about pigs. Topics covered are: boars, sows, their eyes, their ears, their tusks, their noses, and how they root. AVATAR English 7 min

LES ANIMAUX AU PRINTEMPS ET EN ETE
103289 VH 13 min PI 1988 Avec l’arrive du printemps, la nature ` semble renaˆtre, suite au long hiver. A ı mesure que l’ete avance les animaux ` ` preparent a affronter l’hiver qui vient. ` ` 0665 French 13 min

ANIMALS MOVE FROM HERE TO THERE (CC)
PR0388 VH 11 min P 1983 This program presents animals in motion. Viewers can observe animals in a number of environments, including underwater. 0504 English 11 min Primary

ANIMAUX DU MONDE
103680 VH 20 min P Look and learn about some animals from around the world. 0024 French 20 min

ANIMALS ON THE FARM ANIMALS OF THE RAINFOREST (CC)
102933 VH 25 min I 1996 RAINFOREST FOR CHILDREN SERIES - This title includes information on iguanas and other lizards, jaguars, tapirs, coatimundis, snakes, sloths, spiders, caterpillars, worms, beetles, katydids, mantises, butterflies, frogs, grasshoppers, howler monkeys, spider monkeys, scarlet macaws, aricaris, parrots, cattle egrets, hummingbirds, bats, woodpeckers, leaf-cutting ants, and anteaters. The program presents facts about where animals live, what they eat, how they adapt to changes in their environment and how they protect 104498 VH 15 min P 1992 Introduces the characteristics of poultry, dairy cattle, and pigs, and shows the way farmers care for these different kinds of livestock. Also shows the products of these animals in the supermarket. 0689 English 15 min

ANNE,LA MAISON AUX OIGNONS VERTS- ,PROG.5 PROG.5
106108 VH 50 min IS Voir 843 VR 057 0589 min French 1989 50

ANIMALS ON THE FARM
For descriptions see individual titles: LLAMAS [000380] SHEEP [000381] DAIRY COWS [000382] PIGS [000383]

ANNE,LA MAISON AUX OIGNONS VERTS- PROG.6
106109 VH 30 min IJ Voir 843 VR 057 0589 min French 1989 30

11 ANNE, LA MAISON AUX PIGNONS VERTS - LA SUITE -PRO
106112 VH 50 min J Voir 843 VR 064 0589 min French 1989 50

ANNE,LA MAISON AUX PIGNONS VERTS- ,PROG.2 PROG.2
106105 VH 50 min IS Voir 843 VR 057 0589 min French 1989 50

ANOREXIE: UNE VRAIE MALADIE
200205 DV 14 min J 2006 Ce programme examine l’anorexie sous plusieurs angles. 0414 French 14 min

ANNE, LA MAISON AUX PIGNONS VERTS - LA SUITE-PROG
106113 VH 50 min J Voir 843 VR 064 0589 min French 1989 50

ANNE,LA MAISON AUX PIGNONS VERTS-PROG.3 E,PROG.3
106106 VH 59 min IS Voir 843 VR 057 0589 min French 1989 59

ANOTHER TALE FROM DECAMERON
000107 VH 30 min S 1993 This video is a segment of the rereleased full-length film version of Giovanni Boccacio’s The Decameron. It features the second tale which is the story of Guilio, Bernabo and Bernabo’s wife Ginevra. Guilio bets Bernabo that he, Guilio, can seduce Bernabo’s wife, With deception and without seduction, Guilio obtains "proof" of his actions, whereupon Bernabo orders his wife killed. Ginevra is able to convince the killers to spare her and eventually meets up with her husband and his friend, providing this fabliau with a humorous ending. 0104 English 30 min

ANNE,LA MAISON AUX PIGNONS VERTS - LA SUITE-PROG
106114 VH 50 min J Voir 843 VR 064 0589 min French 1989 50

ANNE,LA MAISON AUX PIGNONS VERTS-,PROG 4 ,PROG 4
106107 VH 50 min IS Voir 843 VR 057 0589 min French 1989 50

ANNE, LA MAISON AUX PIGNONS VERTS -PROG.7
106110 VH 30 min IJ Voir 843 VR 057 0589 min French 1989 30

ANNE,LA MAISON AUX PIGNONS VERTS-LA SUITE-PROG.1
106111 VH 50 min J 1989 Ces videos (843 VR 064 a 843 VR ` ` 068) sont basees sur la traduction du ` roman "Anne of Green Gables" de la auteur canadienne Lucy Maud Montgomery. L’histoire commence quand Anne Shirley, qui a peu pres dix` ` sept ans,enseigne a Avonlea sur ` l’ˆle-du-Prince-Edouard. L’annee ı ` suivante, en depit de son attachement ` pour son village d’Avonlea et de sa maison aux pignons verts, elle accepte un poste d’enseignante dans un college prive de filles a Kingsport. A la ` ` ` suite de plusieurs difficultes, elle finit ` par se faire accepter par les Pringle, une famille tres influente de la ` collectivite. 0589 French 50 min `

ANNE OF GREEN GABLES (CC)
105827 VH 199 min 1987 A two-video set, based on the novel by L.M. Montgomery, the story of an endearing orphan starring Megan Follows, Colleen Dewhurst and Richard Farnsworth. Closed Captioned for the Hearing Impaired. 0340 English 199 min

ANT, THE (CC)
PR0420 VH 11 min P 1989 A journey into the wonders of the ant world, this program shows how an ant colony cleans house to make room for its growing colony, and how ants hunt and gather their food. In addition viewers are left with an understanding of the division of labour in a typical ant colony. 0983 English 11 min Primary

ANNIE AND THE OLD ONE
105616 VH 14 min KPIJSCATPI 1986 Annie, a Navajo girl, devoted to her wise and aging grandmother, the Old One, is told that the Old One will live until the new rug is taken from the loom, so Annie tries to forestall the weaving. Based on a book by Miska Miles. 0058 English 14 min

ANTARCTIC ANIMALS : LIVING ON THE EDGE
000052 VH 15 min I 1993 3-2-1 CLASSROOM CONTACT SERIES - 3-2-1 CLASSROOM CONTACT is a set of eight television shows which exphasize the process of scientific investigation. Antartic Animals : Living on the Edge looks at the few species of animals that live in the Antarctic. The video shows how animals such as seals and penguins have adapted to the harsh environment on the ice-covered land mass and in the near-freezing ocean water. 0104 English 15 min

ANNE,LA MAISON AUX PIGNONS VERTS-LA SUITE-PROG.5
106115 VH 50 min J Voir 843 VR 064 0589 min 1989 French 50

ANNIE LEIBOVITZ: CELEBRITY PHOTOGRAPHER
000955 VH 51 min JS 1993 A video about one of the highest paid and most uniquely talented photographers of our day. Widely known through her many books and exhibitions, Leibovitz’s works stun the imagination and constitute a wry commentary on modern times. TVC English 51 min

ANNE, LA MAISON AUX PIGNONS VERTS,PROG.1 E,PROG.1
106104 VH 30 min IJ 1989 Ces videos sont basees sur la roman ` ` "Anne of Green Gables" de l’auteur Lucy Maud Montgomery. L’histoire commence quand Anne Shirley, une orpheline d’a peu pres douze ans,vient ` ` vivre chez Marilla et son frere Mathieu ` a la maison aux pignons verts. Cette ` petite fille qui a de la personalite doit ` ` surmonter maintes situations parfois tristes,parfois amusantes. 0589 French 30 min

ANTARCTICA
106665 VH 26 min JS 1989 Still largely uncharted, Antarctica is already being used as a garbage dump. This program introduces the geography of this continent and contrasts the beauty of the icescape with the discovery of the potentially lethal hole in the atmosphere. 0380 English 26 min

ANNIE OAKLEY
105655 VH 52 min IS Shelley Duvall’s Tall Tales and Legends. Jamie Lee Curtis delivers a stylish portrayal of "Little Sure Shot" Annie Oakley in this colorful biography of an American legend which was embellished to be a little taller than real life. Highlighted by actual footage of Annie herself, filmed in 1903 by Thomas Edison. 0807 English 52 min

12 ANTARCTICA
106666 VH 25 min IJ 1991 Visits the world’s driest, coldest, windiest, and iciest continent, and introduces many of the marine animals that live there during the summer. 0689 English 25 min

APPELEMANDO’S DREAM (CC)
105751 VH 29 min I 1994 READING RAINBOW SERIES - This video deals with visual arts, artists and creativity. It follows the standard "Reading Rainbow" series format: an introduction to the story with live footage; the story; concept development with further live footage; and related book reviews by children. English Language Arts K-7 0104 English 29 min

ARGUMENT
000998 VH 29 min JS 2001 ENGLISH COMPOSTION: WRITING FOR AN AUDIENCE SERIES - It deals with the formal argument (writing a thesis sentence and supporting it with evidence), which remains the basis for most academic papers. Closed captioned. 0574 English 29 min

ANTARCTICA: EXPLORING THE FROZEN CONTINENT
000533 VH 23 min IJS 1989 Since its discovery in the 19th century, Antarctica has held a mysterious attraction for adventurers and explorers. Through rare photos and film footage, the video provides a history of major expeditions to this remote, frozen world where twelve nations have established research centres. 0350 English 23 min

ARNAQUE AU CONCERT (CC)
106077 VH 26 min 1992 (Serie LES INTREPIDES) Dans cet ` episode, plusieurs jeunes musiciens ` rapportent a Julie et Tom le vol ` d’instruments de musique. Les intrepides vont tendre un piege en ` ` annoncant le presence d’un ¸ ` Stradivarius au prochain concert Mozart. Francais Langue Premiere K a ¸ ` ` 7 0104 French 26 min

APPLES AND ORANGES
002156 DV 17:07 min I 2004 Apples and Oranges is designed to raise children’s awareness of the harmful effects of homophobia and gender-related names calling, intolerance, stereotyping and bullying. In the course of a lively in-class discussion among elementary students, children’s paintings magically dissolve into two short animated stories. By illustrating how derogatory names can hurt, "Apples and Oranges" helps to dismantle stereotypes about gays and lesbians. 0714 English 17:07 min

ANTIBIOTICS
013341 DV 24 min JS 2005 THE EYES OF NYE SERIES - Man vs. Microbe. Investigate the ongoing battle between man and microbe. Learn how antibiotics work and find out how germs continually evolve to evade - and survive. Watch as experts finally come clean about the way hand-washing affects germs. 0373 English 24 min

ART FIRST NATIONS : TRADITION AND INNOVATION (1)
104665 AP I 1992 A fascinating approach to the study of traditional and contemporary aboriginal North American art. Excellent resource for integrating native people’s art and customs with other subject areas. 0050 English

APPLES (CC)
104459 VH 30 min KI 1996 Come on an exploration of our favourite fruit, the apple! Visit an apple orchard over the seasons from winter pruning to fall harvesting. Hear the story of important apple pioneers, Johnny Appleseed and John McIntosh. Look at apple cells through an electron microscope. Share in the Halloween excitement of apple bobbing and candied apple making. 0328 English 30 min

ANTONIO’S STORY
013386 DV 16 min IJS 2004 This DVD is a documentary of Antonio Joao’s flight from Angola at age 11, when his parents were killed, to Port Elizabeth to Vancouver, on September 2, 2001, only nine days before the Sept.11 terrorist attacks. Consequently, his treatment as a refugee claimant under the Canadian Refugee system was different than it would be today. In the 28-page study guide Antonio tells his story in his own words. The study guide uses Antonio’s experiences as reference points to investigate social justice issues in Africa and Canada. 0114 English 16 min

ART FIRST NATIONS : TRADITION AND INNOVATION (2)
104666 AP I 1992 Highlights five major geographical and cultural areas inhabited by aboriginal people in North America: Southwest, Arctic, Eastern Woodlands, Plains, Northwest Coast. 0050 English

THE APPRENTICE
104812 VH 9 min 1991 When an apprentice departed from his master’s lesson another kind of lesson began. 0714 English 9 min

ART IN THE 20TH CENTURY : CONSTRUCTIVISM
104722 VH 30 min JS 1990 Shows the evolution of Constructivism as an artistic technique and describes the social, political and economic environment that gave rise to this movement. 0350 English 30 min

ARCTIC: THE GREAT WHITE DESERT
106671 VH 15 min IJ 1988 FROM THE GREAT DESERTS OF THE WORLD SERIES - The Arctic is a land of ice and snow that is paradoxically desert dry. Adaptations have allowed people, plants and animals to inhabit the lands that circle the north pole. Technology has also had an impact. Live Action. 0645 English 15 min

ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA
105921 VH 183 min S 1981 William Shakespeare series starring Timothy Dalton and Lynn Redgrave. At the time of this play, Mark Antony, Caesar and Lepidus are the members of the triumverate that rule the Roman world. (2 videos) 0749 English 183 min

ART IN THE 20TH CENTURY : DADAISM
104724 VH 30 min JS 1990 Characterized as anti-art, antiaesthetic and anti-bourgeois, Dadaism sought not only to challenge traditional perception of art, but also to provoke a re-examination of social and moral values. 0350 English 30 min

AREA AND PERIMETER: INTERMEDIATE
001833 VH 12 min T 2001 THE LESSON COLLECTION: MATH STRATEGIES SERIES - Area and Perimeter (Intermediate Grades) Helping students apply their understanding of multiplication and measurements to real life experiences. 0054 English 12 min

APPEL DE LA FORET: OU CROC BLANC C
106033 VH 28 min JS 1993 Livroclips" serie. Jack London Theme: ` ` La nature. 0665 French 28 min

ART IN THE 20TH CENTURY: NEW OBJECTIVITY
104723 VH 30 min JS 1990 Defines New Objectivity, an art movement that emerged in Germany in the aftermath of World War I. Identifies the principal artists associated with

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ART THAT SPEAKS OUT
003113 AP IJS 2003 This is an integrated resource which features B.C. artists who speak on behalf of human rights. Features: Shani Mootoo, Jeff Wall, Sharyn Yuen and Brian Jungen and Gathie Falk. Created by Marni Boullard. English

ARTHUR ET LE BALLON
106069 VH 30 min PI 1994 Arthur fait une balade impromptue dans un ballon a air chaud et doit ` affronter une templte. LES AVENTURES D’ARTHUR LE DRAGON. 0910 French 30 min

ART IN THE 20TH CENTURY : SURREALISM
104725 VH 30 min JS 1990 Discusses the concepts that underlie the surrealist movement and interprets examples of the symbolism that characterizes the works of such extraordinary artists as Salvador Dali. 0350 English 30 min

ARTHUR A MAL AU VENTRE
106067 VH 30 min PI 1994 Arthur a mal au ventre et ses amis s’acharnent a decouvrir la cause de ` ` son malaise. LES AVENTURES D’ARTHUR LE DRAGON. 0910 French 30 min

ARTHUR ET LE DODO
106073 VH 30 min PI 1994 Arthur remonte dans le temps et s’y eprend d’un bebe Dodo qui le prend ` ` ` pour sa maman. LES AVENTURES D’ARTHUR LE DRAGON. 0910 French 30 min

ART IS ... series
For descriptions see individual titles: PENCIL DRAWING WITH GAIL PRICE [000090]

ART OF THE ANIMATOR SERIES - PART 1 (CC)
104820 VH 25 min Ishu Patel (Afterlife, Bead Game and Paradise), Caroline Leaf (The Street) and John Weldon (Elephantrio). Closed Captioned for the Hearing Impaired. The animators discuss their works in progress while excerpts from the finished films provide a stunning illustration of the frameby-frame process of animation. 0714 English 25 min

ARTHUR DANS LA FORÆT TROPICALE
106072 VH 30 min PI 1994 Arthur suvole la forlt tropicale pour venir en aide a ses amis en difficulte. ` ` LES AVENTURES D’ARTHUR LE DRAGON. 0910 French 30 min

´ ARTHUR ET LE GEANT
106068 VH 30 min PI 1994 Arthur escalade une tige de haricot et rencontre un geant qui lui apprend a ` ` jardiner. LES AVENTURES D’ARTHUR LE DRAGON. 0910 French 30 min

ARTHUR ERICKSON
000622 VH 28:40 min JS 1982 A portrait of Arthur Erickson, a Vancouver-based architect internationally known for his unique style. Seated in his Vancouver home, Arthur Erickson talks easily about his art, the importance of interpreting the site and of achieving harmony between environment and structure, the inseparability of climate and site, and the cultural role of a building. Five of his projects are shown, shot on location in Canada, Kuwait and Japan. 0714 English 28:40 min

ARTHUR ET LE GENIE
106065 VH 30 min PI 1994 Arthur fait la rencontre d’un genie qui ` veut le convaincre d’utiliser plus d’energie que necessaire. LES ` ` AVENTURES D’ARTHUR LE DRAGON. 0910 French 30 min

ART OF THE ANIMATOR SERIES - PART 2 (CC)
104821 VH 24 min Co Hoedeman (Charles and Francois), ¸ Gayle Thomas (A Sufi Tale), Jacques Drouin (Nightangel) and George Ungar (The Wanderer). The animators discuss their works in progress while excerpts from the finished films provide a stunning illustration of the frame-byframe process of animation. 0714 English 24 min

ARTHUR NETTOIE LA CAVERNE
106070 VH 30 min PI 1994 Arthur est aux prises avec Maluron le Poison qui etait enferme dans un ` ` produit de nettoyage toxique. LES AVENTURES D’ARTHUR LE DRAGON. 0910 French 30 min

ARTHUR ERICKSON : CONVERSATIONS WITH AN ARCHITECT
104739 VH 45 min 1996 ADRIENNE CLARKSON PRESENTS SERIES - Famed architect Arthur Erickson is thoroughly engaging as he discusses the evolution and philosophy behind his work, and takes the viewer on a personal tour of several of his most elegant structures, including both private homes and major institutions. Central to Erickson’s aesthetic is the integration of the natural environment into architecture. His creations are a delightful marriage of light, space, and structure that demonstrate an inspiring sensitivity to natural context. 0189 English 45 min

ARTHUR PREND LE
106063 VH 30 min PI 1994 Arthur invite ses amis a prendre le the, ` ` mais le service d’eau est coupe et ` Arthur doit decouvrir d’ou vient l’eau. ` ` LES AVENTURES D’ARTHUR LE DRAGON. 0910 French 30 min

ART OF THE WESTERN WORLD
For descriptions see individual titles: THE EARLY RENAISSANCE [9O1276] A FRESH VIEW: IMPRESSIONISM AND POST-IMPRESSION [9O1280] THE HIGH RENAISSANCE (CC) [9O1277]

ARTHUR RETROUVE SON LOGIS
106062 VH 30 min PI 1994 Arthur se reveille apres un tres long ` ` ` sommeil et decouvre un monde ` completement change. LES ` ` AVENTURES D’ARTHUR LE DRAGON. 0910 French 30 min

ART PARTY
002185 VH 30 min P 2005 BETWEEN THE LIONS SERIES Promotes early literacy using the whole-part-whole approach to learning. In this episode Lionel and Leona try to make sense of a mysterious painting. The program also emphasizes imagination, self-expression and writing stories. There is an underlying theme of the value of art and creative imagination which can be used for personal planning as well as for reading. 0058 English 30 min

ARTHUR ET LA POUBELLE
106066 VH 30 min PI 1994 Arthur a produit tellement d’ordures que sa poubelle refuse de les avaler. Arthur doit en disposer autrement. LES AVENTURES D’ARTHUR LE DRAGON. 0910 French 30 min

ARTHUR S’EN VA CAMPER
106071 VH 30 min PI 1994 Arthur va camper mais est pourchasse ` dans la forlt par des etres mysterieux. ` ` LES AVENTURES D’ARTHUR LE DRAGON. 0910 French 30 min

14 ARTHUR’S BIRTHDAY
105615 VH 10 min P 1990 Their friends must decide which party to attend when Muffy schedules her birthday party for the same day as Arthur’s birthday party. 0058 English 10 min

AS YOU LIKE IT
105903 VH 30 min KPIJSCAT 1985 This Statford Festival edition of the play has been developed as a multi-media kit with a range of in-class activities to illustrate various themes and ideas. 0195 English 30 min

ASTEROID! : THE DOOMSDAY ROCK
002171 DV 92 min S 2005 This program proides an extensive investigation into the science and technology of all aspects of the "doomsday rock". Using a wide variety of film techniques - computer-generated simulations, footage from actual asteroid strikes, Hubble Telescope images and B movie trailers - the DVD keeps viewers interested and engaged. Due to the length of this DVD, viewing in segments is recommended. Also suitable for Sc. 9 and for filmmaking courses. 0194 English 92 min

ARTHUR’S EYES (CC)
105742 VH 30 min K 1983 READING RAINBOW SERIES - A story of a boy who is self-conscious about wearing his new glasses. Once his teacher and friend acknowledge that they wear glasses, the boy realizes that life will be less awkward if he wears his glasses. The poems also focus on realizing that "it’s what’s inside that counts". Different ways of communicating are also shown. 0104 English 30 min

AS YOU LIKE IT: ROSALIND & CELIA (SHAKESPEARE EXP
IGLA02 VH 20 min 1991 Patrick Stewart introduces viewers to actors who play the parts of the characters of Rosalind and Celia in Shakespeare’s "As You Like It". The viewer is provided with examples of the character’s speeches from the play and is encouraged to consider Shakespeare’s use of language to create character. 0983 English 20 min

THE ASTRONOMER
104921 VH 30 min S 1992 A mysterious painter, Johannes Vermeer (1632-1675), fascinates by his meticulous method, the strange optical organization of his paintings, the repetition of the same settings, and his enigmatic dreamlike scenes. 0585 English 30 min

ARTHUR’S PET BUSINESS
105621 VH 11 min P 1990 To demonstrate his ability to take care of a puppy, Arthur, the young aardvark, starts his own pet business. A comical adventure which provides a lesson in patience and responsibility . 0058 English 11 min

THE ASSISTANT PROFESSOR SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: OUR SOLAR SYSTEM : THE INNER PLANETS [102232] OUR SOLAR SYSTEM : THE OUTER PLANETS [102231]

ASTERIX CHEZ LES BRETONS
106054 VH 78 min IS 1988 Contrairement aux idees recues,les ` ¸ Anglais -les Bretons - ne sont pas devenus bizarres a cause de leur ` histoire; ils etaient deja au depart,tout ` ` ` ` comme leur langage et leur climat. 0665 French 78 min

AT PROMISE: READING PRACTICES THAT WORK/ READING INTERVENTION
002004 VH 23 min T 2005 EARLY LEARNING SERIES - At Promise: Classroom Practices that Work and Reading Intervention : A Lesson Plan for Struggling Readers is based on a reading intervention program developed by Marni McMahan of School District 72, Campbell River, B.C. 0634 English 23 min

ARTIFACT DISCOVERY BOX (OUTDOOR SCH. WORKSHOP)
107114 KT 1991 This artifact kit is designed for a guided inquiry approach to using the contents of the bent box. Workshop participants will receive a manual and instruction on the use, care and ordering of the kit. See also 970 VR 112. 0752 English

ASTERIX ET CLEOPATRE
106052 VH 70 min IS 1988 En l’an 50 avant J.C., les Romains occupent non seulement la Gaule, mais aussi l’Egypte. A sa maniere ` Cesar, maladroitement, coutise la reine ` d’Egypte qu’il accuse d’ltre a la tlte d’un ` peuple decadent. 0665 French 70 ` min

L’ARTISANAT
104849 VH 10 min I 1990 Ca film montre a quai point la famille de pionniers devait dependre de ses propres habilite pour survivre. Tout le necessaire pour le foyer etait fait par un des membres de la famille. 0506 French 10 min

AT THE AUTUMN RIVER CAMP: PART 1
000485 VH 26:18 min PIJ 1967 NETSILIK ESKIMOS SERIES - In this video it is late autumn. The Inuit move to the river valley where they build karmaks - shelters with snow walls and roofs of skins. The men fish with spears and their catch is cooked over an exterior fire. The family then eats inside the karmak. Without words. 0714 English 26:18 min

ARTS
107060 VH 15 min IJ 1989 Lessons in the arts, called ’okeiko’ (practice), are very popular among Japanese people of all ages. The program presents segments from 4 lessons for children, in Suzuki violin, koto, kendo and traditional dance. It demonstrates the principle and technique of each of these methods, and also underlines the importance of the student-teacher relationship. 0269 English 15 min

ASTERIX ET LA SURPRISE DE CESAR
106053 VH 77 min IS 1988 Ayant decide de s’engager dans la ` ` legion romaine afin de retrouver deux ` jeunes Gaulois ravis par les troupes de Cesar. Asterix et Obelix ne se doutent ` pas du danger qui les menace... 0665 French 77 min

AT THE AUTUMN RIVER CAMP: PART 2
000486 VH 33:06 min PIJ 1967 NETSILIK ESKIMOS SERIES - In this part of the Netsilik Inuit series, the family moves once again, this time into an igloo built by the men. A sleigh is constructed from skins, frozen fish and caribou antlers. When ready, it is loaded and the family heads down the river to the coast. 0714 English 33:06 min

ASTERIX LE GAULOIS
106051 VH 70 min IS 1988 Ca¨us Bonus soupconne les Gaulois ı ¸ de posseder un secret qui les rend ` invincibles. Il envoie alors un legionnaire en mission de ` reconnaissance au coeur du petit village gaulois. 0665 French 70 min

AS LONG AS THE RIVERS FLOW SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: FLOODING JOB’S GARDEN [107303]

15 AT THE CARIBOU CROSSING PLACE: PART 1
000477 VH 30:15 min PIJ 1967 NETSILIK ESKIMOS SERIES - In this video of the Netsilik Inuit series, the time is early autumn, the place an Inuit camp in the Pelly Bay region of the Canadian Arctic. A woman, a boy and two men are shown occupied with their various activities. A woman works on caribou skins. Men return from the hunt with another caribou. A boy picks berries and then plays at being a hunter. 0714 English 30:15 min in air pressure to develop life for flying. 0574 English 50 min

ATOMS AND THEIR ELECTRONS
000829 VH 34 min JS 1995 Using characterization and animation this video introduces the concept of electron configuration in the first 18 elements. It shows the relationship between configuration and position in the periodic table. By using analogies between atoms and people, the video demonstrates the mechanism of ionic and covalent bonding and then introduces the idea of polar molecules and their significance to solutions. 0267 English 34 min

ATOM BOND : THE ATOM WITH THE GOLDEN ELECTRON
000738 VH 30 min S 1999 A parody of a James Bond movie. Gold Metallic Bond is sent off to investigate why Carbon, Nitrogen and other atoms are training themselves in other types of bonds. He discovers their bond school and university finding that they are all working towards "Project D". In the finale, Bond is shown around a giant DNA. We use all the standard cliches and puns to contrive a way of showing each type of bonding. 0267 English 30 min

ATHENS AND ANCIENT GREECE
013173 VH 78 min IJS 2000 ANCIENT CIVILIZATIONS SERIES Ancient Greece was a civilization like no other in history–and at last you can see why. Computer graphics, archival film, and classic art combineto recreate places and events never before seen outside the imagination. You tour the Acropolis in the 5th Century B.C. Stand before Delphi’s Temple of Apollo where the oracle spoke. Gaze at the Statue of Athena and the Parthenon, the pride and joy of the Athenians. 0357 English 78 min

ATOMS/MOTIONS
000880 VH 50 min IJS 1999 BILL NYE : THE SCIENCE GUY SERIES - Video divided in two segments. Each running for about 26 minutes and with experiments shown in the video. The first segment deals with atoms while the second with motion. 0574 English 50 min

THE ATOMIC CAFE
013389 DV 88 min JS 2002 On its 20-year-anniversary, and not a moment too soon, the ATOMIC CAFE is back to provide us with a much needed release of comic energy. A dark comedy in the truest sense, this timeless classic took the nation by storm when it first debuted in theaters in 1982.The film serves as a chilling and often hilarious reminder of coldwar era paranoia in the U.S. - artfully presented through a collage of newsreel footage, government archives, military training films and fifties music. 0373 English 88 min

BERCEAU DE LA VIE
200212 DV 50 min IJS 2001 SERIE AU COEUR DES OCEANS L’ocean renferme quatre-vingt-dix-sept pourcent des espaces habitables de notre planete. Et la faune et la flore marine qu’il heberge excedent de loin les especes de la terre ferme. Mais dans l’ocean, la vie n’est pas repartie uniformement. Dans ce premier episode, nous verrons comment ces deux forces agissent et controlent la distribution de la faune et de la flore, des mers de corail jusqu’aux vastes etendues polaires... 0414 French 50 min

ATHENS AND ANCIENT GREECE
106797 VH 70 min IS 1995 (GREAT CITIES OF THE ANCIENT WORLD) Greek customs and daily life come alive through computer graphics, archival film and classic art. Tour the Acropolis in the 5th Century B.C. Gaze at the Statue of Athena and the Parthenon, the pride and joy of the Athenians. Walk the Agora, Theatre of Dionysus, Olympia (home of the Olympic Games) and The Temple of Zeus. Stand before Delphi’s Temple of Apollo where the oracle spoke. Travel to Mycenae, City of Agamemnon; Santorini and Atlantis, the legendary lost continent. 0497 English 70 min

ATOMIC ENERGY: INSIDE THE ATOM (2ND EDITION)
000534 VH 15 min JS 1982 Live-action and animation sequences explain radioactivity, fission and fusion. Simple demonstrations clarify the phenomenon of radioactivity by illustrating the release of electrons from unstable nuclei. The camera visualizes how the bombardment of an atom causes it to release energy and how the opposite reaction - nuclear fusion takes place when certain elements are heated to very high temperatures. 0350 English 15 min

AU COEUR DES OCEANS
For descriptions see individual titles: BERCEAU DE LA VIE [200212] EQUINOXES,MAREES ET TEMPETES [200206]

THE ATHLETE IN CRETE, GREECE, AND ETRURIA
104879 SL 1991 Representations of the athlete in Italian, Greek, Aegean frescoes: Greek and Italian marbles. 19 slides VIRC English

AU FOND DES BOIS
013352 DV 80 min IJ 2004 1.La Chasse-Galerie (Contrecoeur, Quebec). Dans un chantier forestrier, des bucherons s’ennuient de leur blonde et concluent un pacte avec Lucifer pour aller danser avec elles. Tout se deroule a merveille jusqu’au moment ou un des passagers, ayant abuse de la bouteille, se met a crier des jurons... 1. La montagne a Frederick Fournier (Lac-au-Saumon, Quebec). En mai 1831, l’arpenteur Frederic Fournier quitte Sanit-JeanPort-Joli avec des ouvriers pour construire une route a travers les forets de la Matapedia. Au cours de la descente, Fournier est emporte par les redoutables rapides du ruisseau Sauvage... 0373 French 80 min

ATOMIC STRUCTURE AND THE PERIODIC TABLE
013344 DV 23 min JS 2004 How do atoms interact with each other? And how do scientists gather evidence about these tiny bits of matter? Viewers explore the historic experiments by scientists Thomson and Rutherford, which led to the discovery of subatomic particles and the development of nuclear theory. Students learn that the shape of the periodic table is a direct result of the microscopic structure of atoms that make up all the elements. 0373 English 23 min

ATMOSPHERE; FLIGHT
013157 VH 50 min IJ 1996 BILL NYE : THE SCIENCE GUY SERIES - Atmosphere: There’s something in the air, as Bill Nye the Science Guy talks about atmosphere, its five different levels and how it protects the Earth. Flight: With the help of his team of young scientists, and some common household items, Bill Nye demonstrates how airplanes, birds and helicopters create differences

16 AU MEXIQUE AVEC JUDITH
200210 DV 13 min PI 2004 Judith admire des objets d’artisanat local, Ecoute de la musique azteeque ` et applaudit des danseurs folkloriques au Zocalo, le coeur de la ville de Mexico. Elle visite des edifices religieux anciens (le temple Mayor) et modernes (la basilique de la Sainte Vierge de Guadeloupe) et assiste aa ` un spectacle de voladores qui se balancent tetes en bas attaches a des poteaux. a 0414 French 13 min `

prepare for winter. 0414 13 min

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LES AVENTURIERS DU TIMBRE PERDU
105604 VH 105 min I 1991 Une aventure trepidante qui se passe au Quebec, en Chine et en Australie. 0823 French 105 min

AUTUMN: WESAKECHAK AND THE MEDICINE
002048 VH 13 min PI 2003 STORIES FROM THE SEVENTH FIRE SERIES - On a beautiful fall day, Wesakechak sees two chickadees getting extra energy from their special medicine berries. He begs them to share and they do, cautioning him to take only one at a time and only when he is very tired. Wesakechak overdoes it, floats off the earth only to fall headfirst into a swamp. Abusing medicine can be very dangerous! 0414 English 13 min

AYIKIS THE FROG (CC)
PLA012 VH 15 min P 1990 Wesakechak, a human spirit who could speak to all the creatures, is trying to catch flies as a gift for Ayikis the frog. Chekek, the mudhen, carries the flies to the frog for Wesakechak. In an attempt to visit Wesakechak and thank him Ayekis has an accident and we learn how the frog got his long hind legs. The video employs a story teller in a comfortable setting and shadow puppets to illustrate the story. Fullcolour shadow puppets. Closed Captioned for the Hearing Impaired. 0405 English 15 min Primary Language Arts

AUGUST 19, 1994 IS DIEPPE
106925 VH 20 min JS 1994 In the misty dawn of an August day in 1942, an armada of 250 ships of all sizes sails towards the French Channel coast. They carry nearly 10,000 troops and sailors for the biggest raid of World War II. 74 fighter and bomber squadrons provide air cover. In the spearhead of the operation are 5,000 Canadian soldiers; their objective, a barely accessible and heavily defended port, dug into the steep cliffs of the French coast, is called Dieppe. 0332 English 20 min

AVALANCHE!
000731 VH 60 min IJS 1997 NOVA SERIES - An unearthly roar. A blinding blast of white. With no warning and in mere seconds, an avalanche– with the power of up to 200 pounds of TNT -wipes out everything in its path. One team of scientists hopes to understand this deadly force by triggering an avalanche onto themselves. See the extremes the experts are going to to protect us: measuring the strength and velocity of snow out on slopes and in labs; building deflecting walls; shooting explosives that trigger controlled avalanches to keep recreational areas safe. Meet some shaken survivors who have been crushed under a wall of snow yet lived to tell about it. 0687 English 60 min

THE AZTECS
107566 VH 18 min I 1985 Includes information regarding Aztec society, religion, warfare, government, justice and commerce. It also covers their history and collapse to the Spaniards. 0066 English 18 min

AUSTRALIA’S ANIMAL WONDERS
106657 VH 15 min PI 1983 Students will see kangaroos, koalas, and some of the 150 other species of Australian marsupials. The film also shows many birds and reptiles unique to Australia.Winner of Learning AV Award. 0689 English 15 min

BABAR AND FATHER CHRISTMAS
101352 VH 30 min PI 1986 In this fully animated holiday tale, King Babar takes a journey in search of the legendary Father Christmas. 0941 English 30 min

L’AUTOMNE
102280 VH 6 min Version francaise de 525 VR 007. ¸ 0495 French 6 min PJ

LES AVENTURES DE BOULE ET BILL
104802 VH 50 min PJ 1985 Dessins animes illustrant les faits et ` gestes quotidiens d’une famille de banlieue, interpretes selon la vision ` ` qu’en ont un gentil garcon, Boule, et ¸ son ami le chien cocker, Bill. 0347 French 50 min

BABAR ET LE PERE DE NOEL
101344 VH P La histoire classique des aventures de Babar a la recherche de pere de Nool. ` ¨ French

AUTUMN
102274 VH 15 min P 1983 THE FOUR SEASONS SERIES Viewers will see ways in which the changes that occur in Autumn affect many living things. 0689 English 15 min

LES AVENTURES DE JEANNOT LAPIN
103640 VH 11 min P 1988 Voici les aventures d’un lapin espiegle ` qui parcourt la forlt, a la recherche d’un ` dˆner de laitue. 0665 French 11 ı min

BABAR LE FILM
101841 VH 77 min PI 1989 Retrouvez Babar, le roi des elephants, ` ` dans ce conte royal des plus ` enchanteur et colore, aide du singe ` ` Zephir et d’un crocodile debrouillard. ` ` 0060 French 77 min

AUTUMN - IMPRESSIONS
102289 VH 10 min PJ A visual portrait of the season. 0495 English 10 min

AVENTURES DE SHERLOCK HOLMES
106027 VH 28 min JS 1993 Livrefolie" serie. Arthur Conan Doyle. ` Theme: la curiosite. 0665 French ` ` 28 min

BACH’S FIGHT FOR FREEDOM
000230 VH 53 min PIJS 1995 The chapel organist,Johann Sebastian Bach,is enraged. It’s bad enough his boss,Duke Wilhelm,stifles his creativity. Now the bumbling fool has given him a servant he suspects is a spy! But soon,the temperamental composer recognizes a kindred soul in his new 10-year-old assistant,Frederick. Set in 1717,Bach’s 32nd year. Part of the Sony Classical Film & Video series. 0574 English 53 min

AUTUMN:LEGENDS OF THE FIRST THANKSGIVING
001020 VH 13 min PI 2003 STORIES FROM THE SEVENTH FIRE SERIES - As the leaves are falling, we hear the story of how Raven tricked the other animals into providing a great feast before winter arrives. Harvest, Thanksgiving or Potlatch, the feast tradition carries on for all animals, including humans. In this story, we witness the details of how animals

AVENTURES DE TOM SAWYER, LES
106030 VH 28 min JS 1993 Livrofolie" serie. Mark Twain. Theme: ` ` la debrouillardise. 0665 French ` 28 min

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103394 VH 15 min P 1988 Reveals some of the multitude of tiny creatures living in a typical backyard and shows where they can be found; also distinguishes between insects and spiders. 0689 English 15 min

BALEINE FRANCHE BOREALE
002067 VH 9:05 min J 2002 Beginning with the discovery of a dead bowhead whale on the shore of the St. Lawrence River, the video studies this endangered animal species. 0414 French 9:05 min

BARKERVILLE : A VISION OF GOLD
107486 VH 60 min IS 1995 This video contains three different stories about Barkerville: 1. Barkerville : A Vision Of Gold, 2. Traces of Dreams, 3. The Cornish Water Wheel. Produced by Barkerville Historic Town and tells the story of the gold rush and life in the Cariboo at that time. 0073 English 60 min

BALLAD OF CROWFOOT BACKYARD SAFARI SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: ROCKS AND MINERALS [000888] 000865 VH 10:18 min JS 1968 A haunting, often bitter account of the opening of the Canadian West, presented through still photography and the words and music of Willie Dunn, a Micmac from Montreal. 0714 English 10:18 min

BARKERVILLE, BRITISH COLUMBIA
001737 VH 23 min IJS 2002 A unique combination of historical reenactments, archival photographs and personal anecdotes keeps students engaged in discovering Barkerville’s rich history. At the grade 5 level the video would be useful as a culminating activity for a gold rush unit. There is a strong focus on the ttreatment of minorities. 0414 English 23 min

BACKYARD WILDERNESS
102901 VH 24 min IJ 1991 Discover the abundance of living creatures found in an ordinary urban backyard such as butterflies, an ant colony, a spider wrapping up a fly dinner to be eaten later, plant life such as dandelions, and seed pods. When Dr. Suzuki and the children discover a wasp’s nest, an entomologist joins them to share her expertise. 0645 English 24 min

BALLAD OF THE IRISH HORSE
104499 VH 60 min IS 1985 Over the centuries, horses have captured the hearts and minds of the Irish people. Nurtured by the mild Irish climate and rich grasses, the horses of Ireland have always flourished. 0689 English 60 min

BARN DANCE (CC)
105747 VH 30 min K 1985 READING RAINBOW SERIES - The video presents the tale "Barn Dance", narrated by Roy Clark, which tells the story of a midnight dance of barn animals on a young boy’s farm. In addition to a view of a real barn dance with Kentucky Blue Grass music, children are shown how violins are made. 0793 English 30 min

BALANCE IN NATURE: A FIRST FILM
103131 VH 12 min PJ 1989 This film explains food chains and food pyramids, as well as giving examples of short and long food chains, what causes chains to be broken and the resulting problems. 0119 English 12 min

BALLET DANCER / HOCKEY PLAYER
002196 VH 24 min I 2004 MY BRAND NEW LIFE SERIES - Two boys, a hockey player and a dancer, engage in a role reversal and agree to try the other’s activity. Throught their experiences they develop social understanding and acceptance of each other’s pastimes. This video would be useful for teaching social responsibility and acceptance of non-traditional roles. 0714 English 24 min

BALANCE OF POWER
YRY014 VH 29 min S ORIGINS: A HISTORY OF CANADA SERIES - An investigation into the cause of the clash between England and France in the 1680’s and the effect of the War of the League of Augsburg on North America. Also, a look at what was happening in the north and east of Canada while the French battled the English and Iroquois in the south, and how the War of the Spanish Succession affected the frontiers of New France. 0471 English 29 min First Nations (Socials)

BARN OWLS AND THEIR PELLETS
103523 VH 17 min I 1990 Viewers learn what can be done to ensure the continued survival of the barn owl, a hunter of mice that plays a key role in natural pest control. 0792 English 17 min

BALLOONS (CC)
PSC025 VH 9 min P 1991 Following newsreel footage of ballooning, airships and dirigibles, the modern method of constructing a hot air balloon is explained. 0953 English 9 min Primary Science

BARON MUNCHHAUSEN IN A WHALE OF A TALE (CC)
101622 VH 5 min I 1994 A German Legend. Entering the Gulf of St. Lawrence after a rollicking voyage across the Atlantic, his ship runs over the nose of a mile-long whale! Furious the whale heaves to and fro, tossing the sailors and rigging this way and that, and accidentally swallows the anchor. 0599 English 5 min

BAND CONCERT
105150 VH 9 min KI 1989 The first Mickey Mouse colour cartoon, this is considered by many to be the best cartoon ever produced. 0574 English 9 min

BALANCE; STRUCTURE
013158 VH 50 min IJ 1998 BILL NYE : THE SCIENCE GUY SERIES - Balance: Bill NYe’s the centre of attention when he talks about the centre of gravity and its effect on balance. Structure: From the "Bungee Zone" in British Columbia to New York Harbor’s Verrazano Narrows Bridge (one of the longest suspension bridgese in the world), our daredevil host goes to any length to prove the structural principles of tension and compression. 0574 English 50 min

BARB TARBOX :UNE VIE COUPEE COURT PAR LE TABAC
013397 VH 16:30 min IJS 2003 Barb Tarbox, une femme de 42 ans d’Edmonton a ete diagnostiquee avec un cancer du poumon en phase terminale apres avoir fume depuis la 7e annee a l’ecole. En quelques mois seulement, Barb a communique son message a plus de 50000 eleves. 0279 French 16:30 min

INSTRUCTIONAL INTELLIGENCE 1 : HIGHLIGHTS
013176 VH 60 min TA 2003 Presented by Barrie Bennett, this program highlights the following teaching models and integrates them in various classroom demonstrations: Cooperative Learning; Concept Attainment; Mind Mapping; Inductive Thinking; Academic Controversy. Integrating teaching models is one of the most powerful methods of teaching children with differing abilities and

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talents. The complex nature of teaching must first be acknowledged to prepare for the intricacies of integrating teaching models. 0054 English 60 min

BASKET MAKING
104847 VH 15 min I 1978 VANISHING CRAFTS SERIES - For many centuries, the Indians of British Columbia produced all of their objects (ceremonial and everyday) from locally available materials. This was true for the baskets in which berries were collected. The film shows Mary Jackson in and around her home in Sechelt, making a basket from cedar roots, dried corn husks and cherry bark. It takes two weeks to make one basket. 0793 English 15 min

INSTRUCTIONAL INTELLIGENCE 2 : HIGHLIGHTS
013177 VH 53 min TA 2003 Elements,Highlights,& Tools (2) Contents: Inductive Flaws, Reflection on Process, Emotional Safety, Time Management, Engaging Students, Instructional Time, Learning Styles, Cooperative learning, Picture Word Induction Model, Disagree Agreeably, Power of Modeling, Questioning for Accountability Ranking Ladder, Think Pair Share, Thumbs up Thumbs Down. 0054 English 53 min

government of Canada. It also discusses the response to the conflict by the Canadian government under Sir John A. MacDonald, the final outcome of the North-West Rebellion, and the fate of such participants as Louis Riel, Gabriel Dumont, and General Middleton. Teachers will need to develop their own pre and post-viewing activities. 0104 English 22 min

BATTLE FOR A CONTINENT, 1754 TO 1775 (EPISODE 4A)
000976 VH 60 min IJS 2000 CANADA: A PEOPLE’S HISTORY SERIES - Two decades of the mid 1700s shape Canada in profound ways. A conflict between England and France becomes a world war that engulfs the continent. French troops encounter a British juggernaut, first at Louisbourg, then on a farmer’s field outside Quebec. Closed-captioned. 0189 English 60 min

BASKETBALL SKILLS AND DRILLS
105287 VH PI Level One: to accompany Basketball Canada’s coaching certification program. English

BARTLEBY
201428 VH 28 min S 1969 Bartleby is a well-presented film version of the classic short story by Herman Melville. Bartleby, hired as a lawyer’s copyist, is at first an excellent worker. As the story evolves, Bartelby’s behavior becomes more and more unusual. Bartleby refuses to leave the lawyer’s office and is sent to prison. The story concludes with Bartleby’s death in prison. 0471 English 28 min

BASKETBALL SKILLS AND DRILLS
105288 VH J Level Two: Defense. English

BATTLE FOR A CONTINENT, 1754 TO 1775 (EPISODE 4B)
000977 VH 60 min IJS 2000 CANADA: A PEOPLE’S HISTORY SERIES - Two decades of the mid 1700s shape Canada in profound ways. A conflict between England and France becomes a world war that engulfs the continent. French troops encounter a British juggernaut, first at Louisbourg, then on a farmer’s field outside Quebec. Closed-captioned. 0189 English 60 min

BASKETBALL SKILLS AND DRILLS
105289 VH J Level Two: Offense. English

BASIC CHEMISTRY FOR BIOLOGY STUDENTS
001045 DV 21 min JS 2008 All of life’s processes involve chemical reactions - the combining, exchanging, and breaking apart of atoms and molecules of a few basic substances. This DVD examines these processes and the structure of atoms. Student worksheeets are included in the Teacher’s guide. 0599 English 21 min

BASKETBALL SKILLS AND DRILLS
105290 VH S Level Three: for use with high level players. English

BATTLE FOR THE TREES
104452 VH 57 min IS 1993 It is a complex battle being fought on many fronts - in corporate board rooms, in legislatures, on the streets, and in the woods. This video examines the battle strategies of both sides and offers some practical solutions that balance economic needs with the preservation of the ancient forests. If the Battle for the Trees is lost - and all of the old growth is clearcut - the silence on the barren hills will be a monument to the victory of corporate interests over public process. 0714 English 57 min

BASONGE MASK (ZAIRE)
107096 RE IS AFRICAN REPLICA: Basonge carvers specialized in cubistic masks decorated with deep parallel incisions filled with white clay. These masks are said to have been worn by witch doctors in their slow and stately dance with whirling finale. (40 cm x 26 cm) English

BASIC PICTURE-TAKING TECHNIQUES
104952 VH JS Build better pictures step-by-step. English

BATEAU A VOILES, LE OR 1990’S AND BEYOND
106059 VH 5 min PI 1992 Gisele et Martin doivent interrompre ` leurs vacances pour aller sur un voilier chercher la dent du petit Jeannot. 0665 French 5 min

BASICS OF ECOLOGY: COMMUNITY INTERACTIONS
013368 DV 32 min IJS 2005 Community interactions: competition, predation and symbiosis. First describes the concepts of community, coevolution and ecological niche before looking at how competition results from overlapping niches and is reduced by resource partitioning. A discussion of primary and secondary succession concludes the program. 0373 English 32 min

THE BATTLE OF VIMY RIDGE : PART 1:SETTING THE STAGE
000262 VH 22 min JS 1997 Traces the nation’s wartime experience from the 1914 outbreak, through the grim reality of the Somme, to Canada being assigned the seemingly impossible mission of capturing Vimy Ridge. Dramatically mixing archival footage with intensely realistic reenactments, The Battle of Vimy Ridge powerfully recounts how the Canadians fought their way to victory. Canada’s success resulted from exhaustive planning, the application of innovative and untried tactics, and the iron courage and heroic self-sacrifice of

BATOCHE SETTLEMENT, SASKATCHEWAN
000406 VH 22 min JS 1998 HISTORY LANDS SERIES - This video provides a detailed examination of the Battle of Batoche during the NorthWest Rebellion of 1885 through reenactments, photographs, maps and drawings, and interviews with historians. It outlines the struggle of the Metis for their land and for the rights and privileges they felt had been taken away from them by the

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Canada’s citizen army. 0714 English 22 min storybooks, and a program implementation and discussion leader’s guide. English 12 min droves, instant towns are erected of wood logged from the surrounding forests, and the province of B.C. - in the Confederation of Canada - is born. The railroad is built with federal subsidies to CPR and cheap Chinese labour; native communities are decimated by smallpox and the Indian Act is made into law. Sikhs come to work the sawmills, and the Japanese come to fish. Racism is rife and explodes in the riots of 1907 and the Komagata Maru incident of 1914. 0104 English 30 min

THE BATTLE OF VIMY RIDGE : PART 2:KEYS TO VICTORY
000263 VH 27 min JS 1997 Explores the cruel realities of the war’s battlefields, including the soldier’s grim trench life, the butchery of modern combat, and the grinding tedium men faced trying to survive in the most static battle-front in human history. In the cold dawn of Easter Monday on April 9, 1917, 100,000 soldiers ready themselves fro Canada’s largest World War I attack. The battle for Vimy Ridge is about to begin. 0714 English 27 min

THE BC HYDRO ROLE MODEL CHALLENGE
000992 VH 16 min JS Contains biographical vignettes, including interviews, of receipients of the National Aboriginal Achievement Awards. HYDRO English 16 min

BC TIMES - COMING OF AGE (1959 - 1986)
000582 VH 30 min IJS 1996 Dave Barrett and Grace McCarthy talk about what it was like in the legislature with W.A.C. JFK and the Beatles are featured along with ski champ Nancy Green. Then, in the early 70’s things change. There is the Vietnam War and the energy crisis. Folks begin to realize that our lives and resources were not inexhaustible. The Peace movement is born and the environment movement is in its mascent stages, with the organization of Greenpeace quickly following. The economy is on a downturn. But wait! Here comes Jimmy Patterson and Expo 86! 0104 English 30 min

BC TIMES - THE MILLENNIUM APPROACHES
000583 VH 30 min IJS 1996 Expo brought new money into Vancouver, mainly from Asia. Government is finally on the side of sustainable resources. Clayquot Sound and Kitlope are saved, the Forestry Practices code is enacted, and the Alcan deal is called off. School children are taught about biodiversity, and Greenpeace is an international and powerful lobby group. What is the future of B.C.? This question and many more are explored throughout this episode. 0104 English 30 min

THE BATTLE OF VIMY RIDGE : PART 3:THE BATTLE LOOMS
000264 VH 20 min JS 1997 The Battle of Vimy Ridge - Part 3: The Battle Looms chronicles both the military buildup and the initial skirmishes in the air, in the tunnels, and in No Man’s Land as the Canadians prepared for the historic assault.Four days and 10,000 casualties later, the Canadians stun the world by seizing the ridge in one of the war’s most successful and brilliantly planned offensives. 0714 English 20 min

THE BATTLE OF VIMY RIDGE : PART 4:BATTLE JOINED AND WON
000265 VH 31 min JS 1997 The Battle of Vimy Ridge - Part 4: The Battle Joined and Won recounts the attack itself, capturing moments of heroism, tragedy, desperation, and humour and one of Canada’s most famous battles. 0714 English 31 min

BC TIMES - GROWING PAINS (1914-1939)
000580 VH 30 min IJS 1996 The inter-war years: political graft, the organization of labour, social reform and the Depression. We hear from the daughter of Vancouver’s first grain magnate about what life was like in the West End during the twenties. Women get the vote, liquor is prohibited for a few years, and Chinese immigration is outlawed. A survivor of the "hobo jungles" and work camps, speaks candidly about organizing the On-toOttawa Trek of the unemployed in 1935. 0104 English 30 min

BC TIMES - THE WAR AND BEYOND (1939 - 1959)
000581 VH 30 min IJS 1996 Joy Kogawa, speaks poignantly about what it was like for her as a young child to be "removed" from her home on the West coast and relocated to internment camps. After the war, B.C. begins a period of growth and development. W.A.C. Bennett is ushered into office and sets to work damming rivers and flattening mountains to meet the needs of the new postwar technology and lifestyle. Life seemed perfect, except in native communities where children were taken away to residential schools and stripped of their heritage and self-respect. 0104 English 30 min

BATTLING EATING DISORDERS
200237 DV 29 min IJS 2006 Hosted by The Sopranos’ Jamie-Lynn Sigler, herself a survivor of teenage anorexia, the DVD explains how to recognize eating disorders, how friends and loved ones should communicate their fears and concerns, and how those who suffer from these often fatal illnesses can fidn professional help. Special emphasis is placed on identifying anorexia, bulimia, and binge eating as acutal diseases, not as misguided lifestyle choices. 0414 English 29 min

BC TIMES - IN THE BEGINNING
000578 VH 30 min IJS 1996 Begins with a general look at the geography of B.C. We hear briefly from representatives of the native, Chinese and East Indian communities as to their general feelings about life in B.C. We visit an archaeological dig near Lillooet and hear from SFU archaeologist Brian Hayden about the sophisticated societies that existed 3,000 years ago. We learn of the explorations by land and by seas of the first Europeans to come to B.C., and historian Jean Barman talks about the influence of the fur trade on native life. 0104 English 30 min

BE CAREFUL, BE SAFE SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: SAFE CHILDREN [104180]

BE MY BABY
000897 VH 24:20 min 0574 English JS 24:20 min 2000

BEA AND MR. JONES (CC)
105745 VH 30 min K 1983 READING RAINBOW SERIES - The book tells about a little girl in kindergarten who exchanges places with her father who is an executive. Related poetry, "Daydreamer" by Eloise Greenfield, children’s book reviews and a real-life story about Jason Hardman who attained his dream of becoming the youngest librarian in the country at the age of twelve. 0104 English 30 min

BC EPILEPSY’S "PARTNERS IN TEACHING"
001722 KT 12 min PI 2004 The British Columbia Epilepsy Society has created a kit to raise awareness about the impact of epilepsy on schoolage children. The kit contains a total of 10 items : 3 videos - "I Have Epilepsy Too"," Seizure and First Aid", "Me and My World"; 2 comic books, 4

BC TIMES - RUSH FOR SPOILS (1857 - 1914)
000579 VH 30 min IJS 1996 Gold is discovered and changes the face of the province. People come in

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105559 VH 25 min S 1988 Based on the book by William Faulkner; a bear hunt becomes an odyssey of self-discovery for a young boy. 0983 English 25 min

THE BEAR (CC)
105156 VH 92 min IS 1990 An action-packed outdoor adventure tale about Youk, an orphaned cub and the wounded giant grizzly who befriends him. Threatened by the sounds of distant gunfire, the two bears begin a desperate quest to escape their most feared enemy... man. In a powerfully climactic final scene, the hunter and the hunted come face-toface with each other and their own survival. 0850 English 92 min

directions as he goes to town inside a box that is upside down (2 min.) THE BIKE LESSON: Pop gives Small Bear a wacky lesson in bicycle safety by demonstrating the wrong way to do everything. "See? This is what you should not do. Now let this be a lesson to you." (7 min.) 0846 English 15 min

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST STORIES
101619 VH 24 min PI 1990 Three captivating stories of romance, where a person’s true identity is revealed only after they have found the one they love. 1) "Beauty and the Beast" - The beast is massive, powerful and ugly to behold, yet only the love of a young girl can save him. 2) "The Chinese Parrot" - a magical parrot must save the love between a scholar and the serving maid of an evil sorcerer and 3) "Sedna" - A mighty bird spirit disguises itself as a young hunter to win the heart of a lovely Inuit girl. 0585 English 24 min

BEASTIES AND OTHER CRITTERS
105460 VH 63 min PIJ Five short animated films: Evolution, The Treasure of the Grotoceans, The Plant, Luna, Luna, Luna, and 64,000,000 Years Ago. 0714 English 63 min

BEAUTY BEGINS INSIDE
For descriptions see individual titles: PRESSURE ZONE [013039] WHAT’S EATING YOU? [013038]

BEAT OF THE DRUM
001706 VH 24 min S 1996 Beat of the Drum profiles four First Nation performers - Sam, Scofield, Renae Morriseau and Juno award winner Jerry Alfred and the Medicine Beat - whose contemporary music is infused with and informed by aboriginal tradition. Examines the meaning of names, signs and symbols in native tradition and the role of aboriginal "songkeepers" and how the strength of the performers derive from the tradition of the oral culture. 0011 English 24 min

BEAR PAW NEWS SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: NATIVE COMMUNICATIONS (CC) [107277] NATIVE COMMUNITIES (CC) [107278]

THE BEAVER FAMILY (2ND EDITION)
000523 VH 14 min PI 1990 This charming video pictures a beaver family as it interacts with its environment throughout the year. Following a quiet winter in their lodge, the beavers emerge in the spring to repair their dam and to teach their young the skills they need to adapt to their new environment. Work continues through the summer and fall as the beavers secure their pond and gather food for the coming winter. 0350 English 14 min

BEARS
002036 VH 15 min P 2004 What large, lumbering, shaggy animal sleeps for months at a time and eats huge amount of food? Bears of course! See remarkable film clips that reveal how bears live in the wild.Disney’s Animal World Series. 0414 English 15 min

BEATING THE STREETS
000613 VH 48 min JS 1998 Beating the Streets traces six years in the lives of Marilyn Brighteyes and Lance Marty, two inner-city Aboriginal teenagers struggling to turn their lives around. And it is the story of Joe Cloutier, the teacher - and former dropout - determined to help them. In Beating the Streets, Marilyn and Lance candidly discuss the abuse and violence that drove them into prostitution and drug dealing. The video also introduces Joe’s innovative approach, combining alternative education and popular theatre as a way to get young people off the streets. 0714 English 48 min

BEARS! (CC)
103691 VH 12 min P 1990 Combining child and adult narration, music and story telling, this program presents information on grizzly bears in their natural Alaskan habitat. The story depicts a grandfather relating his hunting experiences as he changes from shooting bears with guns to shooting bears with a camera. Environmental issues are presented clearly in context. 0589 English 12 min

BEAVERS, THE MASTER BUILDERS
200240 DV 30 min IJS 2004 With a modest tool box and simple site plans, these animal architects are capable of carrying out large scale building and renovation work. The program observes a beaver family and a construction crew as they both rush to get their structures built in time for winter. Who will be ready? 0414 English 30 min

BECOMING BARBIE (CC)
104253 VH 47 min JS 1993 Examines eating disorders from the perspective of the media’s representation of women in fashion magazines and advertising. Interviews with students, a public health nurse, and Naomi Wolfe are interspersed with media examples to drive home the point that eating disorders are a severe problem and that our health care system is poorly equipped to handle this illness. Career & Personal Planning 8-12 0104 English 47 min

THE BEAR’S CHRISTMAS *
101356 VH 8 min JA 1974 [Preview recommended.] This is an animated cartoon about a bear who thought Christmas was a sham but hung up his stocking just in case. Alone, out of a job, he goes to drown his sorrows, but back in his lonely room, for all his doubts, the Christmas spirit still thrives. 0714 English 8 min

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST
101531 VH 60 min IS 1983 Susan Sarandon and Klaus Kinski star in this classic tale of true beauty and unrequited love. Film-work inspired by Jean Cocteau. 0204 English 60 min

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST (CC)
101614 VH 27 min PI 1992 Internationally renowned actress Mia Farrow narrates this timeless story of breathtaking enchantment and fairy tale romance. Closed captioned for the hearing impaired. 0552 English 27 min

THE BEARS’ CHRISTMAS (CC)
101398 VH 15 min P 1990 Three classic Berenstain Bears lessons: THE BEARS’ CHRISTMAS: Merry mishaps abound as new Christmas gifts are tried out (6 min.) INSIDE OUTSIDE UPSIDE DOWN: Small Bear learns about spaces and

UNCLE ED’S PROBLEM
013050 VH 8 min I 1998 DISCOVER SKILLS FOR LIFE SERIES - Abusing alcohol produces negative social and physical consequences. It affects everyone around the abuser,

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including those who do not use alcohol. It’s never too late to get help. When Billy’s Uncle Ed, a former fighter pilot and now a commercial pilot, comes to visit it is obvious he has a drinking problem. At the end, Ed holds a card that says Alcoholics Anonymous. 0828 English 8 min Closed captioned. 0714 50:48 min English perform the post-firing reduction that provides the distinctive raku effects. Glaze recipes as well as a drawing and a materials list for the kiln are included. 0931 English 60 min

BEFORE COLUMBUS, PART 2 : CONVERSION
000921 VH 50:11 min S 1993 This film is divided into two parts, of about twenty-five minutes each, for classroom use. It shows how the conquest of the Americas was also a battle for souls. Churches were built on the ruins of temples, sacred relics were plundered, and Indian children forced to attend residential schools. However, this film also shows that Indian spirituality was not destroyed. Closed captioned. 0714 English 50:11 min

BEGINNING RESPONSIBILITY SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: LEARNING ABOUT COURTESY (CC) [100186]

BEE MY VALENTINE, AND 50’S : HOW THEY SAW US
101411 VH 8 min P 1991 Based on the book by Mirian Cohen and illustrated by Lillian Hoban, this video will bring up the subject of Valentine’s Day and the emotions of friendship, popularity and rivalry. 0907 English 8 min

BEGINNING TO THROW ON THE POTTER’S WHEEL
104795 VH 60 min IS 1996 Learn the throwing techniques that Robin Hopper has developed for his students over the past 40 years. This thorough introduction to throwing on the potter’s wheel features multiple camera angles and close-ups of hand and finger positions. Cut-away shots demonstrate what the hand and fingers do inside and outside a thrown object. 0931 English 60 min

BEE, THE (CC)
PR0421 VH 11 min P 1989 Viewers explore the inner workings of a honeybee hive. The narrator explains as the hardworking honeybees produce honey, gather food, build honeycombs, and nurse their young. 0983 English 11 min Primary

BEFORE COLUMBUS, PART 3 : REBELLION (CC)
107199 VH 50 min S 1993 Explores various confrontations between First Nations people and the governments that have attempted to control or eliminate them. Confrontations range from peaceful demonstrations to extremely violent bloodshed. Looks at the Wounded Knee incident in the United States, the Oka Crisis, the Ika’s abuse in Colombia, the Cree of James Bay, and the results of the Kuna’s struggle in Panama and the semi-autonomy they have gained. The political group American Indian Movement (AIM) is discussed. Interviews, newsclips and archival footage support this documentary. First Nations Studies 12 0104 English 50 min

BEGINNINGS OF VERTEBRATE LIFE
000560 VH 11 min 0350 English JS 11 min 1990

BEES & PLANTS
200229 DV 11 min I 2004 Three 10 to 11 minute videos which explore the body structures of ants and bees and shows their social behaviour and life cycles. The segment on the ant uses computerized 3D images. The symbiotic relationship between the bees and the plants is outlined. 0414 English 11 min

THE BEHAVIOR OF MATTER
000529 VH 15 min JS 1989 Viewers observe evidence of chemical changes in simple experiments and in illustrations of commonly occurring physical phenomena. The emphasis is on recognition of clues that help identify chemical changes. The video also introduces the molecular theory as a model to explain observed behavior of matter and explores the concept that a model can help clarify events or structures that the human eye cannot see. 0350 English 15 min

BEETHOVEN LIVES UPSTAIRS
105042 VH 52 min IS 1991 Based on the award-winning Classical Kids cassette. Richly set in 19th century Vienna, Bethoven Lives Upstairs is based in part on historical fact and features more than twenty-five exerpts of Beethoven’s best-loved works. 0241 English 52 min

BEGINNING HANDBUILDING
104794 VH 60 min IS 1996 Graham Sheehan introduces beginning potters to basic handbuilding techniques. After showing how to make simple pinch pots, he demonstrates coil and slab building methods using five different projects of increasing compleity. The video featues close-ups that provide details about how clay should be prepared, how it can be joined to another piece and how glazes can be used to decorate forms. The program concludes with a demonstation of the finished pieces fired in an electric kiln. 0931 English 60 min

BEHIND THE FENCE
002031 VH 45 min S 2003 This documentary presents issues arising out of the construction of the fence begun in 2002 by the Israelis to protect the West Bank. The effect of this barrier on individual Palestinians and Israelis is conveyed through interviews and footage of their daily lives. While an attempt is made to present both sides of this issue, this sensitive topic could provoke strong feelings on the part of viewers. 0414 English 45 min

BEETLE, THE (CC)
PR0428 VH 11 min P 1989 The life cycle of the beetle, from the larva to the pupa to the adult beetle is examined. Viewers are shown how the beetle’s body is developed to help protect it from predators. 0983 English 11 min Primary

BEGINNING RAKU
104796 VH 60 min IS 1996 Gordon Hutchens introduces beginning potters to basic raku techniques. He discusses desirable properties of clay used in raku firings and then shows how to prepare the clay. He makes several pots which are bisque-fired and then decorated using techniques that take advantage of the unique characteristics of raku. Hutchens then shows how to make a simple kiln from a 55 gallon drum. Finally, he fires the forms he has made; then he demonstrates how to manage a raku firing and how to

BEFORE COLUMBUS, PART 1 : INVASION
000920 VH 50:48 min S 1993 This film is divided into two parts, of about twenty-five minutes each, for classroom use. It tells the story of Columbus’s discovery of the Americas not often found in the history books. It describes the conquest of lands from the Arctic to the tip of Tierra del Fuego.

BELLA BELLA
107220 VH 27 min 1975 North of Vancouver, 500 km up-coast live the Bella Bella Indians of Campbell Island. Since the coming of the white man these fishing people have watched their ancient Heiltsuk culture and independence all but disappear. 0714 English 27 min

22 LA BELLE ET LA BETE
000104 VH 27 min PI 1994 STORIES TO REMEMBER series Cette video illustre le conte du meme titre (La belle et la bete). Afin de liberer son pere, une jeune fille consent a devenir la compagne d’une bete laide et malheureuse. Mais l’amour va transformer a la fois la bete et la belle. 0104 French 27 min

quick-thinking cubs. 0846 30 min

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THE BERENSTAIN BEARS IN THE DARK
105648 VH 30 min P 1989 BERENSTAIN BEARS SERIES - When Brother Bear reads a scary story to Sister, she can’t fall asleep in the dark. Papa Bear helps Sister conquer this common fear by giving her his own childhood night-light and a reassuring talk about taking charge of your imagination, plus THE BERENSTAIN BEARS RING THE BELL - The entire Bear family enjoys the Bear Country Nature Fair, and the day becomes perfect when Papa wins the Strongest Bear Prize! 0846 English 30 min

guide dogs are trained. Host LeVar Burton stresses the importance of taking care of pets and shows how some pets take care of people. 0264 English 30 min Primary

BEST OF BEAKMAN’S WORLD, THE
102018 VH 60 min PJ 1993 Explore the questions kids ask most about science, nature and the world around them - on a fun-filled quest with a wacky scientist dedicated to finding answers. With the help of his lab assistant, Josie, Lester the Rat, and a pair of witty penguins, Beakman leads viewers on a fascinating journey. 0284 English 60 min

BENDING AND REFLECTING SUNLIGHT
000501 VH 7 min PIJ 1989 Three boys, experimenting with everyday objects, discover the phenomena of refraction and reflection. Playing with a magnifying glass, a water-filled jar and a water-hose spray, the boys begin to grasp the principles of magnification, bent images and rainbows as they see sunlight interacting differently with various materials. 0350 English 7 min

BERENSTAIN BEARS SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: THE BERENSTAIN BEARS AND THE TROUBLE WITH FRIENDS [105652] THE BERENSTAIN BEARS IN THE DARK [105648]

BEST OF THE BEST : ESPECIALLY FOR KIDS!
000857 VH 81:36 min PI 1999 A video including the complete set of the NFB’s academy award winning and oscar nominated animation shorts for kids. 1. Every Child: a baby appears mysteriously on the doorstep of a busy executive, 2. The Tender Tale of Cinderella Penguin: a zany version of the Cinderella tale, 3. Blackfly: a folksinger recounts his battle with the blackfly in the woods of north Ontario, 4. The Cat Came Back: the hilarious attempts of Mr. Johnson to get rid of a little yellow cat, 5. The Sand Castle: the sandman builds creatures out of sand, and then the wind begins to blow, 6. The Owl Who Married A Goose: an Inuit legend, 7. Evolution: Darwin himself would get a chuckle from this view of human evolution, 8. Christmas Cracker: three playful scenarios about Christmas, 9. Monsieur Pointu: a virtuoso violinist gets taken apart literally. Closed Captioned. 0714 English 81:36 min

BEN’S TRUMPET
105566 VH 39 min PI 1985 Three children’s classics: Ben’s Trumpet, The Grey Lady and the Strawberry Snatcher, and Fables. 0846 English 39 min

THE BERENSTAIN BEARS THE MISSING DINOSAUR BONE
105647 VH 20 min P 1990 The Bear Museum’s dinosaur exhibit opens in just one hour, and one of the bones is missing! Follow the Bear Detectives as they explore the museum and crack the case. Berenstain Bears Series, 0846 English 20 min

BEOWULF
105873 VH 38 min S 1991 This program is the most popular and effective way to introduce students to the origins of the English language and literature. 0380 English 38 min

BERLIOZ THE BEAR (CC)
105748 VH 29 min I 1992 READING RAINBOW SERIES - This video is a story about the mishaps encountered by a band of bears who take their show on the road. Street musicians and the "Boys Choir of Harlem" are also introduced. It follows the standard "Reading Rainbow" series format: an introduction to the story with live footage; the story; concept development with further live footage; and related book reviews by children. English Language Arts K-7 0104 English 29 min

THE BERENSTAIN BEARS AND THE TROUBLE WITH FRIENDS
105652 VH 30 min P 1989 BERENSTAIN BEARS SERIES - The new girl cub in the neighborhood is the same age as Sister- and just as bossy. In this story both cubs learn that you can’t always have your way if you want to be friends, plus THE BERENSTAIN BEARS AND THE COUCHING CATFISH - When Papa and the cubs go fishing in Grizzly Lake, they get a short but important lesson in ecology and water pollution. 0846 English 30 min

BEST OF THE KOOTENAYS
107493 VH 12 min IA 1996 GOLD TRAILS & GHOST TOWNS SERIES - 3-episode set. Host Mike Roberts and historian Bill Barlee will take you back in time to the early days of the mining town of Sandon in the Silvery Slocan, the bustling city of Nelson, and the sternwheelers of the Kootenays. 0238 English 12 min

BEST FRIENDS
101033 VH 30 min I 1992 Laura is having difficulty with her friend Carole, who has found new friends with whom she becomes involved in substance abuse. Positive messages from a peer counsellor enable Laura to keep a friendship door open while not attempting to solve Carole’s problems. . 0104 English 30 min

THE BERENSTAIN BEARS FORGET THEIR MANNERS
105646 VH 30 min P 1989 THE CUBS SOON LEARN THAT POLITENESS CAN COME NATURALLY, BU SERIES - Mama Bear takes her ill-mannered family in hand with the Bear Family Politeness Plan. The cubs soon learn that politeness can come naturally, but for Papa Bear the lesson takes a little longer to learn!, plus THE BERENSTAIN BEARS AND THE WICKED WEASEL SPELL - Evil Archweasel McGreed’s latest plan to take over Bear Country is foiled by the

BETHUNE
000667 VH 58:38 min JS 1964 A film biography of Dr. Norman Bethune, the Canadian doctor who served with the loyalists during the Spanish Civil War and with the North Chinese Army during the SinoJapanese War. In Spain he pioneered the world’s first mobile bloodtransfusion service; in China his work behind battle lines to save the wounded made him a legendary figure. This hour-long documentary pieces

BEST FRIENDS (CC)
PR0445 VH 30 min P 1987 READING RAINBOW SERIES - The feature book tells the story of two best friends who learn how to share a newborn puppy. Viewers visit with eight golden retriever dogs and observe how

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together his remarkable career. 0714 English 58:38 min

BICYCLE SAFETY : ZONE OF DANGER (CC)
104179 VH 14 min KJ 1994 This resource introduces young cyclers to danger zones: hills, curves, parked vehicles, and intersections. Viewers are introduced to Zeek, a talking bicycle, and follow him as he explores potentially dangerous situations for cyclists in real-life situations. As Zeek introduces the danger zone, viewers are shown the safe and correct responses. The use of safety equipment is also featured and the topic of taking care of a bicycle is introduced. Physical Education K-7 0104 English 14 min

THE BIG KIT
104856 AP IS 1990 These art reproductions were selected to complement the Art Image series written and developed by Monique Briere. This material allows for multiple possibilities and use. 0050 English

BETWEEN THE CRIME AND THE COURTROOM
100922 VH 30 min S 1994 A QUESTION OF JUSTICE SERIES Subject: Search and Seizure. 0953 English 30 min

BIG RED BARN
104494 VH 7 min P Welcomes young viewers to a happy community of farm animals, both domestic and wildlife, in their beautiful, natural setting, and demonstrates that peaceful co-existence is indeed possible. 0495 English 7 min

BETWEEN THE LIONS
For descriptions see individual titles: ART PARTY [002185] DANCE IN SMARTY PANTS [002186] OUT IN OUTER SPACE [002187]

LA BICYCLETTE BLEUE BEYOND THE CUT
104460 VH 23 min JS 1987 Looks at forest management through the eyes of Karen, a skeptical Toronto teenager. While visiting relatives on Vancouver Island, Karen is shocked to see clear-cut forests. Explains MB’s forest management program. 0567 English 23 min 107262 VH 30 min J 1987 (Serie LA BAIE DES ESPRITS) La ` bicyclette d’Elton a ete accidentee car ` ` ` il l’a abandonnee au milieu de la route ` afin d’aller se baigner et un camion passa et l’ecrasa. Teawash, une ` marchande de bric-a-brac la repara ` ` pour lui afin qu’il puisse participer a la ` course. Cependant Elton est gene de ` la nouvelle apparence de sa bicyclette mais Teawash lui apprendra qu’il ne faut pas se fier aux apparences. 0571 French 30 min

BIGGEST BEARS, THE
103681 VH 30 min PIJ 1993 This won the 1994 Emmy Award for best children’s film. Narrated by a five year old Alaskan boy, The Biggest Bears is filled with music, song and magical moments with real, live bears. You will enjoy watching Grizzly Bears, Black Bears, Polar Bears, Bald Eagles, Moose, Sea Otters and Dall Sheep. 0894 English 30 min

BEYOND THE SUN: A PORTRAIT OF MARGARET PETERSON
104915 VH 17 min S 1990 Explores the psyche of painter Margaret Peterson. A scrapbook of paintings, ideas, memories and music, it reveals an artist, teacher and philsopher committed to exploring the sources of creativity and the place of art in human history. 0714 English 17 min

BIKE SAFETY : MAKING THE RIGHT MOVES
104163 VH 15 min PI 1976 Live action photography and a miniature street model demonstrate many aspects of careful, courteous, bicycle driving. 0350 English 15 min

BIEN DANS SA PEAU
For descriptions see individual titles: BOUFFONS DINGUE!: SAINE ALIMENTATION [001815] LE SYNDROME P [001814] ZONE DE HAUTE PRESSION : IMAGE CORPORELLE [001816]

SKIN; CELLS
013132 VH 50 min IJ 2002 BILL NYE : THE SCIENCE GUY SERIES - Skin: What’s the largest living organ on the human body? Answer: skin. Bill Nye explains the nakes truth about the organ that regulates our body temperature, protects our inner parts and provides us with the sense of touch. Cells: Mad scientist Bill Nye CELLebrates the basic unit that makes up all living organisms–the cell. The exCELLent episode zooms in on DNA and creatures like amoebas and paramecium and includes a parody of Jimi Hendrix’ "Purple Haze". 0574 English 50 min

AU MYANMAR AVEC BO TU
200211 DV 13 min PI 2005 Dans cet episode, Bo Tu se prepare pour la ceremonie du noviciat, une celebration bouddhiste qui precede ´ d’une semaine la vie de moine. Il visite une ville voisine et va egalement a la capitale, Rangoon, ou il voit le marche, assiste a un concert et visite un beau sanctuaire bouddhiste. 0414 French 13 min

THE BIBLE AS LITERATURE: PART 1 - OLD TESTAMENT
IGLA10 VH 27 min JSJS 1973 This video introduces a number of Old Testament stories such as Cain and Abel, David and Goliath and Moses through a variety of Biblical quotations and works of art. The main segment re-enacts the story of Susanna and the Elders, raising questions about the role of women in Biblical times. Useful as an introduction to Renaissance art and as an illustration of the literary qualities in Western civilization. 0583 English 27 min

THE BIG FREEZE (CC)
106672 VH 30 min S 1993 LIFE IN THE FREEZER SERIES - This video, narrated by David Attenborough, is an excellent overview of the life of the Weddell seal in the Antarctic. It discusses the adaptation of the seal living in the -20 degree Celcius temperature, illustrating the need for extra fat layers and a distinct body shape. At the bottom of the sea are foods such as the Echinoderm and Porifera which become part of the Antarctic food chain. Biology 11 & 12. 0104 English 30 min

ARCHITECTURE; SMELL
013152 VH 47 min IJ 1998 BILL NYE : THE SCIENCE GUY SERIES - Architecture: Bill used the "Dollhouse of Science" to demonstrate how architects design buildings, then travels to Japan to learn how pagodas are built to withstand earthquakes. Smell: Have you ever wondered what goes on in your nose? The human sense of smell helps us interpret our environment and react to the things around us by letting us know when new smells are close by. 0574 English 47 min

BICYCLE RULES–SAFETY FIRST
104170 VH 15 min PJ Fat Albert & the Gang learn how serious biking accidents can be, and that a cyclist who ignores the rules is a danger to himself and a threat to others. 0983 English 15 min

24 BRAIN; COMMUNICATION
013148 VH 50 min IJ 1998 BILL NYE : THE SCIENCE GUY SERIES - Brain: It doesn’t take an Einstein to learn how the brain works. Some very tricky optical illusions show that the brain doesn’t always correctly interpret what it sees. Check out Bill Nye from a whole new angle when he gets an MRI of his brain. Communication: Listen up as Bill Nye shows that it is EZ 2 C the difference between human and animal communication. It’s the signs and symbols that people use to pass information that sets them apart. See how the expressiveness of American Sign Language enables people with hearing impairments to communicate. 0574 English 50 min

ELECTRICAL CURRENT; LIGHT OPTICS
013138 VH 50 min IJ 1996 BILL NYE : THE SCIENCE GUY SERIES - Electrical Current: Get amped up when BIll Nye gets a charge explaining watts up with electricity. Learn how electricity makes the world a brighter place. Light Optics: You won’t believe your eyes when Bill Nye relflects, refracts, bends, bounces, absorbs, and pulls light waves to show how things can be seen in different ways. 0574 English 50 min

lab kids go exploring in an insectorium and go digging for insect fossils. Germs: Bill’s knowledge on the subject of germs is positively contagious! Illustrates the various types of germs and how they function and how they spread. 0574 English 50 min

INVENTIONS; COMPUTERS
013125 VH 50 min IJ 1998 BILL NYE : THE SCIENCE GUY SERIES - Inventions: All day long our lives are made easier by one invention or another, but we may not realize that not all inventions are carefully planned - some come about by accident. Bill examines the process of inventing with help from actor Samuel L. Jackson. Computers: With the help of special guest Al Gore, Bill traces the evolution of these amazing machines, from early models that took up entire rooms to the personal laptop that fits into a briefcase. 0574 English 50 min

FISH; MARINE MAMMALS
013142 VH 50 min IJ 1996 BILL NYE : THE SCIENCE GUY SERIES - Fish: Take a dive underwater with Bill Nye when he studies fish. Explore the depths with these submerged creatures and discover how they breathe, grow and survive in the wet. Marine Mammals: Marine mammals may look like big fish, but they are more like humans. Listen closely to hear mammals communicate underwater and find out how our "relatives at sea" have found ways to live in oceans all around the world. 0584 English 50 min

CHEMICAL REACTIONS; PHASES OF MATTER
013135 VH 50 min IJ 1996 BILL NYE : THE SCIENCE GUY SERIES - Chemical Reactions: Have a blast watching the explosive examples Bill Nye uses to explain that everything is made of chemicals.Guest star Candace Cameron shares the lab with Bill and shows that fire is actually a chemical reaction. Phases of Matter: Bill Nye takes viewers on a tour of a steel mill to help demonstrate that matter exists in three phases: solids, liquids and gases. 0574 English 50 min

MAGNETISM; STATIC ELECTRICITY
013116 VH 50 min IJ 1996 BILL NYE : THE SCIENCE GUY SERIES - Magnetism: In this attracting episode, Bill Nye shows all kinds of unexpected places where magnets can be found. Find out how to make a compass and why opposites attract. Static Electricity: Why do socks stick together when taken from the dryer? Learn the shocking truth when Bill Nye handles static electricity. Bill experiments with electron build-up at the laundromat and gets zapped by sock static. 0574 English 50 min

HEAT; ENERGY
013154 VH 50 min IJ 1995 BILL NYE : THE SCIENCE GUY SERIES - Heat: Cool scientist Bill Nye really radiates as the lab heats up in this episode. Bill flies a glider plane on a buoyant natural current of rising hot air. Energy: This spirited episode is sure to rev things up when it covers water, muscles, heat, light, sound and other types of energy that make things go, run or happen. 0574 English 50 min

DINOSAURS; REPTILES
013140 VH 50 min IJ 1997 BILL NYE : THE SCIENCE GUY SERIES - Dinosaurs: Robin Leach ("Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous") drops by to help Bill take a closer look at dinosaurs and what has been discovered about the lifestyles of the big and extinct. Reptiles: Join Bill Nye for adventure, thrills and scaly encounters that would make Indiana Jones squeamish, when he explores reptiles. Witness reptilian Epicurean delights when a snake eats a mouse, and ponder the possible link between dinosaurs, reptiles and birds. 0584 English 50 min

MAMMALS; BIRDS
013126 VH 50 min IJ 1997 BILL NYE : THE SCIENCE GUY SERIES - Mammals: They’re (sometimes) big, they’re hairy, and they’re warm blooded. From human being to moose, from cats to rats, Bill Nye the Science Guy explains what it takes to be in the mammal family. Birds: Fly the coop with Bill Nye as he explores his fascination with birds. Bill shows us how these feathery friends stay airborne, where they live and what they eat. 0574 English 50 min

HUMAN TRANSPORTATION; ANIMAL LOCOMOTION
013141 VH 50 min IJ 1998 BILL NYE : THE SCIENCE GUY SERIES - Human Transportation: Whether it floats, rolls or flies, transportation is on the move! Find out how humans move around for food, shelter, and to meet other humans. Animal Locomotion: Hoof around the country with the Science Guy as he takes a look at animal locomotion. Check out a millipede who walks by coordinating the movement of its 200 feet! and other creatures who move around without a leg to stand on! 0584 English 50 min

EARTH’S SEASONS; CLIMATES
013143 VH 50 min IJ 1996 BILL NYE : THE SCIENCE GUY SERIES - Earth’s Seasons: Bill’s worldly perspective shows why when it’s winter in Canada, it is summer in Australia. Climates: Using a flashlight and a basketball, a young scientist shows why the Earth is warmer at the equaotr, then conducts a home experiment to show how to make it rain inside a jar! Nana Zolbrod from the Department of Forestry, takes to the woods to learn about past climates by studying core samples from ancient trees. 0574 English 50 min

MOMENTUM; GRAVITY
013117 VH 50 min IJ 1995 BILL NYE : THE SCIENCE GUY SERIES - Momentum: Brace for the impact of this moving episode as BIll Nye shows how weight and speed effect momentum. The crash test dummies know a lot about momentum in a car, and the importance of wearing a safety belt. Gravity: Have you ever wondered what holds the ocean on the Earth? Or what makes the Earth round? Or perhaps what holds humans to the ground? 0574 English 50 min

INSECTS; GERMS
013137 VH 50 min IJ 1996 BILL NYE : THE SCIENCE GUY SERIES - Insects: Why aren’t there giant insects? Get bugged-out and antsy as Bill Nye explores the mysterious world of insects. Bill talks to special guest Queen Latifah, who’s abuzz about her other favourite Queens..bees. The

25 POLLUTION SOLUTIONS; ARCHAEOLOGY
013136 VH 50 min IJ 1997 BILL NYE : THE SCIENCE GUY SERIES - Pollution Solutions: From cleaning our water to cleansing our air, Bill demonstrates how important it is for all humans to prepare for the future by recycling, researching and developing innovative solutions to combat this worldwide problem. Archaeology: Bill digs into the fascinating science of archaeology, the study of those who lived before us. Plus, "Home Improvement’s" Richard Karn drops by to check out some ancient "Tool Time" artifacts. 0574 English 50 min and a materials list for making your own instrument. 0574 English 50 min BILL NYE : THE SCIENCE GUY SERIES - Spinning Things: Bill Nye the Science Guy tells us what the Earth, a big storm and a rolling ball have in common. They’re all "Spinning Things!" Discover why some things spin and others don’t. Music video "Spin Around" is a parody of "Jump Around" by House of Pain. Earthquakes: Thousands of earthquakes happen each year and Bill Nye is trembling in his boots when he explains what causes them! Find out what makes big pieces of the Earth’s crust move, and what you should have on hand in case of a ’quake. Bill also visits with scientists who study and measure earthquakes. Music video "Earthquakes" is a parody of KC & the Sunshine Band’s "Shake Your Booty". 0574 English 48:48 min

THE SUN - THE PLANETS
000373 VH 52 min IJS 1997 BILL NYE : THE SCIENCE GUY SERIES - The Sun: Go star-gazing with Bill Nye as he visits his favourite hot spot - the sun. Bill sheds light on solar flares, eclipses, sun spots, fusion and solar energy, and visits an enormous solar energy farm outside Sacramento, CA to demonstrate how the sun is the source of energy for all living things on Earth. The Planets: Prepare for an outof-this world experience as Bill Nye gets up close and personal with each of the solar system’s planets and moons. Bill goes planet gazing and takes a serious look at Jupiter’s features, Earth’s elliptical orbit and distances between planets. Cool home demo show how to make Mars soil. Track asteroids and astronomer, Ellen Howell. 0574 English 52 min

PRESSURE; BUOYANCY
013119 VH 50 min IJ 1996 BILL NYE : THE SCIENCE GUY SERIES - Pressure: Bill Nye visits Hoover Dam and takes to jackhammering concrete blocks to explore different types of pressure, while special equipment enables him to SCUBA dive and explain the effects of pressure under water. Buoyancy: Bill Nye takes to the sky in a hot air balloon, and goes SCUBA diving in the Seattle Aquarium to explain why objects like boats, helium and balloons are buoyant. 0574 English 50 min

DIGESTION - BLOOD CIRCULATION
000377 VH 52 min IJS 1997 BILL NYE : THE SCIENCE GUY SERIES - Digestion: Host Bill Nye explains how the body’s digestive system is like a fine-tuned machine that processes food into energy. Bill demonstrated the process with a steam engine that runs on corn flakes. Blood Circulation: Bill Nye becomes a real heart-throb when he talks about the not-so-wimpy organ, the heart. Valves, blood cells and the circulatory system work together to pump it up ... the heart, that is. The parody of B52’s "Love Shack" entitled "Blood Stream" shows how exercise keeps the beat and rhythm flowing, baby. 0574 English 52 min

NUTRITION - POPULATIONS
000374 VH 46:49 min IJS 1996 BILL NYE : THE SCIENCE GUY SERIES - Nutrition: You are what you eat! That’s right ... everything from your eyeballs to your elbows is made of food! Bill Nye tells us what kinds of nutrients are in each bit of grub and what foods are best for healthy bodies. Music video "Nutrition" is based on "Longview" by Green Day. Populations: A peep of chickens, a pride of lions, a gaggle of geese, and a crowd of people. What do they have in common? They’re all populations! Bill Nye explores how these living groups compete for food, homes and space. The music video is a parody of Stone Temple Pilot’s "Big Empty." 0574 English 46:49 min

PSEUDOSCIENCE; DO-IT-YOURSELF SCIENCE
013121 VH 50 min IJ 1999 BILL NYE : THE SCIENCE GUY SERIES - Pseudoscience: Bill shows how the cold, hard facts of science can be used to test ideas, myths and inexplicable happenings, along with Way Cool Scientist Bernard Leikind of the Skeptics Society. Do-It-Yourself Science: Who knows better thatn Bill Nye the Science Guy that you can demonstrate big scientific ideas with small experiments. Get a lesson in "Do-It-Yourself Science" from Bill and learn how you too, can conduct scientific experiments. 0574 English 50 min

EYEBALL - HEART
000378 VH 46:26 min IJS 1997 BILL NYE : THE SCIENCE GUY SERIES - Eyeball: Siskel and Ebert are on hand to give two thumbs up as Bill Nye focuses his attention on the body’s window to the world - the eyeball. Bill interviews a seeing eye dog trainer and a virtual reality designer, and demonstrates how a 3-D movie works. The music video is a parody of "Two Princes" by the Spin Doctors. Heart: "Ya Gotta Have Heart", and heart-throb Bill Nye tells us why! He checks out this important muscular pump’s function in the body, by pulling nine "Gs" with the U.S. Navy’s Blue Angels, and chatting with Seattle Mariner Edgar Martinez. The music video is an original composition, "Wonder Pump" by Aorta. 0574 English 46:26 min

DESERTS - VOLCANOES
000375 VH 49:26 min IJS 1997 BILL NYE : THE SCIENCE GUY SERIES - Deserts: Bill travels to Arizona’s stunning Sonoran desert and has a close encounter of the camel kind - while exploring this unique ecosystem and demonstrating the special ways its native plants and animals flourish. Includes a visit by Wendy Hodgson of the Desert Botanical Gardens in Phoenix and an original Nye music video "Deserts Are Always Dry." Volcanoes: Bill travels from Washington’s Mount St. Helens to the islands of Hawaii to take a look at the hot-hot-hot world of volcanoes; what they are, how they’re formed, and the different types that exist. The music video, "Lava Flows" by Tender Lava-In Care is a parody of TLC’s "Waterfalls". 0574 English 49:26 min

SCIENCE OF MUSIC; NTV TOP 11 COUNTDOWN
013124 VH 50 min IJ 1997 BILL NYE : THE SCIENCE GUY SERIES - Science of Music: Imagine a world without music. Lucky for us, it’s impossible to turnoff the music. Not only is it everywhere, music has been a part of life even before people used words. Each musical note, and every tone of each instrument is, in fact, a sound wave. NTV Top 11 Video Countdown: Join Bill Nye as he counts down the hits from the Soundtracks of Science. You’ll see the grunge band Nyevana’s classic "Air Pressure," Momentisey’s "The Faster You Push Me" and divas En Lobe’s "Whatta Brain." Also gives detailed instructions

FORENSICS - GENES
000379 VH 50 min IJS 1998 BILL NYE : THE SCIENCE GUY SERIES - Forensics: Join the Science Guy at the scene of the crime as he explores the world of forensic science. Learn how detectives reconstruct events from the past using bloodhounds, fingerprints and DNA. Did you know that scientist can identify

SPINNING THINGS EARTHQUAKES
000376 VH 48:48 min IJS 1996

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a person using only blood or a flake of skin? The music video is a medley of "We Will Find You" and "We Use Forensics", parodies of Queen’s "We Will Rock You" and "We Are the Champions". Genes: Did you know that humans have about 80,000 genes? And that they determine everthing from hair and eye colour to whether or not you can roll your tongue? It’s all in the genes you inherited from your mother and father(23 pairs to be exact). Join Bill as he explores the chromosomal world of DNA, and visit a veterinarian from Seattle’s Woodland Park Zoo who helps to save endangered animals using gene technology. 0574 English 50 min FARMING/LIFE CYCLES [000862] FLUIDS/STORMS [000879] FOOD WEB; OCEAN LIFE [013150] FOSSILS/EROSION [000881] MEASUREMENT/PATTERNS [001002] SPACE EXPLORATION - OCEAN EXPLORATION [000414] PHYSICAL SCIENCE I [102024] PHYSICAL SCIENCE II [102025] PLANTS; FORESTS [013999] PROBABILITY/TIME [000876] SAFETY SMART SCIENCE:ELECTRICITY WITH BILL NYE THE SCIENCE [001039] THE WAY THINGS WORK: LEVERS [013120] WETLANDS; RIVERS & STREAMS [013155]

WATER CYCLE; OCEANOGRAPHY
013153 VH 50 min IJ 1996 BILL NYE : THE SCIENCE GUY SERIES - Water cycle: Did you know that most of the water on the planet is the same water that’s been here since the earth was formed? Bill demonstrates the phases of the watercycle evaporation, condensation, precipitation, and collection. Oceanography: Get the current information as Bill Nye explains why oceans are salty, and explores the ocean currents. 0574 English 50 min

BILL NYE : THE SCIENCE GUY SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: AMPHIBIANS; INVERTEBRATES [013156] ATMOSPHERE; FLIGHT [013157] ATOMS/MOTIONS [000880] BALANCE; STRUCTURE [013158] SKIN; CELLS [013132] ARCHITECTURE; SMELL [013152] BRAIN; COMMUNICATION [013148] CHEMICAL REACTIONS; PHASES OF MATTER [013135] DINOSAURS; REPTILES [013140] EARTH’S SEASONS; CLIMATES [013143] ELECTRICAL CURRENT; LIGHT OPTICS [013138] FISH; MARINE MAMMALS [013142] HEAT; ENERGY [013154] HUMAN TRANSPORTATION; ANIMAL LOCOMOTION [013141] INSECTS; GERMS [013137] INVENTIONS; COMPUTERS [013125] MAGNETISM; STATIC ELECTRICITY [013116] MAMMALS; BIRDS [013126] MOMENTUM; GRAVITY [013117] POLLUTION SOLUTIONS; ARCHAEOLOGY [013136] PRESSURE; BUOYANCY [013119] PSEUDOSCIENCE; DO-ITYOURSELF SCIENCE [013121] SCIENCE OF MUSIC; NTV TOP 11 COUNTDOWN [013124] THE SUN - THE PLANETS [000373] NUTRITION - POPULATIONS [000374] DESERTS - VOLCANOES [000375] SPINNING THINGS EARTHQUAKES [000376] DIGESTION - BLOOD CIRCULATION [000377] EYEBALL - HEART [000378] FORENSICS - GENES [000379] SOUND; LIGHT; COLOUR [013118] SPIDERS; FLOWERS [013127] THE MOON; OUTER SPACE [013144] WATER CYCLE; OCEANOGRAPHY [013153] WAVES; WIND [013123] FRICTION; SIMPLE MACHINES [013115] BONES AND MUSCLES [013089] EARTH SCIENCE [102027] EARTH’S CRUST [002192]

WAVES; WIND
013123 VH 50 min IJ 1996 BILL NYE : THE SCIENCE GUY SERIES - Waves: Catch a few waves with the Science Guy, as Bill explores sound waves, light waves, seismic waves, energy waves, and even "the wave".Visit a doctor’s office to check out an x-ray machine and find out why those heavy lead jackets are required when x-rays are taken. Wind: There’s a lot more blowing around than hot air when Bill goes parachuting and sailing, to show the weather. Bill visits a wind farm and checks out "way cool" windsurfers to show some of the ways to harness the power of the wind. 0574 English 50 min

SOUND; LIGHT; COLOUR
013118 VH 50 min IJ 1996 BILL NYE : THE SCIENCE GUY SERIES - Sound: Bill’s pickin’ up good vibrations when he joins rock group Soundgarden in the recording studio for a sneak preview as they track their next song, "Kickstand". Light and Colour: BIll Nye goes somewhere over the rainbow for an enlightening episode as he reflects upon light and colour. This episode brings out Bill’s colourful nature as he disco dances to "Stayin’ Alive" and lights a’blazing. The "check it out" segment shows how neon art and lasers are made. 0574 English 50 min

FRICTION; SIMPLE MACHINES
013115 VH 50 min IJ 1995 BILL NYE : THE SCIENCE GUY SERIES - Consists of two episodes that explore how various types of transportation utilize friction, from the use of traction in trains, and the "roll" of ball bearings in skateboards and automobiles, to the lack of friction in a hovercraft. In Simple Machines, Bill Nye careens around a roller coaster, furiously pedals his bike on the "Tour du Science" and parodies the Jackson 5’s "A-B-C 1-2-3" with "ABC of Machinery" to show that simple machines are everywhere, doing complicated things. 0574 English 50 min

SPIDERS; FLOWERS
013127 VH 50 min IJ 1999 BILL NYE : THE SCIENCE GUY SERIES - Spiders: The Science Guy demystifies that most misunderstood creature, the spider. He’ll cure the most intense case of arachnophobia by showing how cool spiders really are, and how these eight-legged predators spin their webs and balance our ecosystem by preying on pesky insects. Flowers: The Science Guy with the help of Drew Barrymore, shows that flowers are more than just pretty faces: they make seeds, play a key role in pollination and help plants to reproduce. 0574 English 50 min

BILL REID
104775 VH 28 min JS 1991 British Columbian Haida artist, Bill Reid, jeweller and wood carver, transforms a bare cedar trunk into a richly carved totem pole in the Haida Indian tradition. 0714 English 28 min

THE MOON; OUTER SPACE
013144 VH 50 min IJ 1996 BILL NYE : THE SCIENCE GUY SERIES - The Moon: Learning about Earth’s natural satellite is an out-ofthis-world experience as loony Bill Nye illuminates the orbit and phases of the moon. Feature an interview with Harrison Schmitt, the last astronaut to walk on the moon. Outer Space: Bill visits the Mt. Wilson Observatory in California to help illustrate how long it takes light to travel through the galaxy. 0584 English 50 min

BIO VIDEO : EVIDENCE FOR EVOLUTION AND INVERTEBRATES
102880 VH PIJS 1987 THE EVIDENCE FOR EVOLUTION: guide missing; INVERTEBRATES: Classifying the Invertebrates, Feeding and Breathing and Locomotion, Reproduction and Ecology. See also

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574 VR 006 and 574 VR 007. 0081 English how light and water affect plant and animal life. 0296 English 12 min Intermediate Science lesson plans, role playing activities, research activities, group & individual activities. CD-ROM requires Pentium 166 or equivalent, 32MB RAM or Macintosh Power PC, Windows 95/98 or MacOS 7.5. Also includes a Resource Guide, Teacher’s Guide and a poster. 0629 English

BIO VIDEO : LOCOMOTION & PHOTOSYNTHESIS
102878 VH PIJS 1987 Designed to illustrate those aspects of biology which cannot be adequately portayed in two dimensions, or which can be made more interesting to the student by animation. Contains user’s guide, script, word list and worksheets. LOCOMOTION: Protozoans, Invertebrates, Fish, amphibians and reptiles, Birds and mammals; PHOTOSYNTHESIS: Energy and life, Chemistry of Photosynthesis, The Leaf, Factors Affecting Photosynthesis, Advanced Photosynthesis. See also 574 VR 007 and 574 VR 008. 0081 English

BIOMES : TERRESTRIAL ECOSYSTEMS
000585 VH 24:50 min S 1995 This video looks at the main features of Earth’s diverse land-based ecosystems or biomes. The program presents overviews of the six major biome groups (Tundra, Taiga, Deciduous Forest, Temperate Grasslands, Tropical Rain, Forest and Deserts). 0104 English 24:50 min

BIOTECHNOLOGY
000586 VH 28 min S 1995 Presents several applications of biotechnology using recombinant DNA methods. Examples include human insulin from bacterial culture, human hormones in goat milk, improved agricultural crops, and treatment of cystic fibrosis using somatic cell therapy. The video intended to promote discussion and debate on ethical issues arising from biotechnology. 0104 English 28 min

BIOMES : TUNDRA (CC)
ISC046 VH 12 min I 1989 This documentary captures the harsh existence of plant and animal life on the tundra. We observe the seasonal changes of both permanent and temporary inhabitants. Topics include the physical changes of the landscape, migration of species and animal adaptations. 0296 English 12 min Intermediate Science

BIO VIDEO : SEXUAL REPRODUCTION IN ANIMALS & ANIMAL SENSES
102879 VH PIJS 1987 SEXUAL REPRODUCTION IN ANIMALS: Introductiion, External Fertilization, Internal Fertilization, Eggs and Young, Internal Development; ANIMAL SENSES: Introduction, Sight, Hearing, Smell and Taste, and Touch, Feeling and Other Sensations. See also 574 VR 006 and 574 VR 008. 0081 English

BIRDQUEST
103520 VH 30 min PIJS 1991 Birdquest is a new innovative program designed by bird watchers to introduce children to the fascinating world of Canadian birds. Introduces the ideas of biodiversity and ecosystems. 0273 English 30 min

THE BIONIC BUNNY SHOW (CC)
105756 VH 30 min I 1989 READING RAINBOW SERIES - The Bionic Bunny Show tells the story of an ordinary family rabbit Wilbur, who is the TV star of the show "The Bionic Bunny Show". Host Le Var Burton, brings the viewers behind the scenes in the production of the TV series "Star Trek: the Next Generation". He guides viewers in a presentation of how different cameras are used, how the special effects are created, and how the film is edited to produce the final product. 0470 English 30 min

BIZET’S DREAM
000234 VH 53 min PIJSA 1997 BIZET’S DREAM is the story of an unusual friendship between two people who share the ability to feel life deeply and a beautifully filmed testament to the power of music to set those feelings free. Tells the story of the gypsy Carmen to capture 12-year-old Michelle’s imagination. 0574 English 53 min

BIOLOGY CONCEPTS: CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE
000694 VH 26 min JS 1992 Composed of four units: parts of the heart, cardiovascular disease, diagnosis and treatment, and diseases of the blood. Each unit includes student questions and contains a summary of the concepts covered. Shows live-action clips of open-heart surgery, operating procedures and the pumping heart. Also includes an audio section to demonstrate a good and bad heart. 0104 English 26 min

THE BIOSPHERE
200269 VH 20 min KPI 2003 Short, effective video on major components of ecosystems and the biosphere. Living and non-living factors, changes in the ecosystem succession, and biomes. Suitable for Grade 7, not highly engaging, but factually correct. 0414 English 20 min

BLACK BEAUTY
013034 VH 88 min PI 1994 Black Beauty has been one of the world’s most beloved animal stories since it was published in 1877. The story is told by its hero, a remarkable black horse with a white "star" on his forehead, whose joyous and heartbreaking life takes him from idyllic days on a country squire’s estate to London’s hard, cobblestoned streets. This most faithful movie version of Anna Sewell’s novel brings to life the books’ characters as never before. Most importantly, the love for all creatures great and small infuses every scene. 0104 English 88 min

BIOMES : DESERT (CC)
ISC042 VH 10 min I 1989 This documentary explores plant and animal life in the desert biome. The program explains the geographical and climatic reasons for the existenace of deserts, and the ways in which plants and animals have adapted to this harsh environment. Close-up and panoramic photography are used. 0296 English 10 min Intermediate Science

BIOTECH: A MULTIMEDIA CAREER AWARENESS RESOURCE
000814 KT S 2000 This "Biotechnology Career Awareness Kit," is suitable for use in both career preparation classes and science classes. This kit provides opportunities for users to: learn more about career opportunities in biotechnology, learn what skills and thinking processes are involved in biotechnology careers, explore the interviewing process and human resource management principles, and engage in problemsolving, critical thinking, evaluation as well as team-building. It also includes

BIOMES : INTRODUCTION (CC)
ISC041 VH 12 min I 1989 This video is an overview and introduction to the study of biomes. It is divided into six parts in which characteristics of each biome are examined from the Arctic tundra to the desert. In each biome we are shown

BLACK CREEK PIONEER VILLAGE
107533 VH 23 min PS 1966 A tour through an authentic re-creation of the life and surroundings of Black Creek pioneers during the early 19th century in Ontario. 0495 English 23 min

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000170 VH 19 min JS When Genoese traders returned home from the Black Sea port of Caffa, they brought back more than silks and spices. They brought a black plague on Europe. In four years, between 1347 and 1351, the plague killed twenty-five million people. For the next three hundred years, nearly every European generation would face the terror of this pestilence often called the "Black Death". 0599 English 19 min

edited with the passion and intensity of this real-life drama. First Nations Studies 12 0714 English 90 min

SKIN
001771 VH 25 min IJS 2001 From the Learning Channel, the Body Atlas series is a rare opportunity to bring the study of anatomy alive. Skin it’s more than just a bag surrounding our bodies: the skin actively helps to keep us alive. It also keeps our temperature consistent. 0390 English 25 min

BLOCKADE : ALGONQUINS DEFEND THE FOREST
104447 VH 27 min JS 1990 Blockade follows a small group of Native people as they take on the government and the logging industry in a struggle to save their traditional hunting grounds and way of life. First Nations Studies 12 0714 English 27 min

BODY ATLAS
For descriptions see individual titles: THE BRAIN [001745] THE FOOD MACHINE [103910] NOW HEAR THIS [001718]

BLACKBERRY SUBWAY JAM (CC)
PLA028 VH 8 min P 1984 An adaptation from the Robert Munsch story "Jonathan cleaned up - then he heard a sound". It is a fairy tale for urban children. Closed Captioned for the Hearing Impaired. 0714 English 8 min Primary Language Arts

BLOOD AND CIRCULATION (REVISED)
103896 VH 7 min JS The human body is made from millions of individual cells. Blood, flowing through the circulatory system supplies the cells with food and oxygen; it also carries away waste from the cells. Part of the MECHANICS OF LIFE Series. (Revised) 0119 English 7 min

BODY DEFENSES AGAINST DISEASE
103869 VH 23 min TJS 1990 Uses vivid animation to survey the various types of microbes that can cause disease and to dramatize the body’s struggle against them. 0350 English 23 min

BLACKFLY (CC)
104814 VH 5 min 1991 The forces of progress are on the run as a hydro-dam survey crew in Northern Ontario is overpowered by insatiable swarms of blackflies, and the lyrics of Wade Hemsworth’s well-known folk tune are brought to life by awardwinning animator Christopher Hinton. Closed captioned for the deaf and hard of hearing. (Decoder required) 0714 English 5 min

BLOOD SUGAR REGULATION AND DIABETES
104245 VH 30 min JS 1991 This program follows two diabetics during the course of a normal day to demonstrate how an effective control of blood sugar must take into account their diet, working patterns and lifestyles. 0350 English 30 min

BODY SYSTEMS: SURVIVING EXTREMES
001772 VH 42 min JS 2002 Humans continue to push the limits of experience and exploration: Divers descend, mountaineers ascend, and astronauts soar. Learn the physical toll these conditions - high altitude, zero gravity, and water pressure - take on body systems. See how doctors struggle to find new ways to treat them. 0414 English 42 min

BLUE PLANET
102580 VH 42 min IS 1992 Filmed in IMAX by astronauts from five space shuttle missions, BLUE PLANET dramatically reveals the forces affecting Earth’s fragile ecological balance: hurricanes, volcanoes, earthquakes and, ultimately, humankind. 0898 English 42 min

BLACKWOOD
000066 VH 28 min JS 1976 This poetic documentary studies the works of one of Canada’s greatest contemporary etchers: Newfoundlandborn David Blackwood. The artist himself guides the viewer through a step-by-step explanation of the entire etching process. Scenes of his hometown outport, examples of his masterfully crafted prints, and the vivid tales of an old mariner recall the tragic seal hunts and a way of life that has now vanished. 0714 English 28 min

THE BODY WORKS
103855 VH 16 min IS 1988 An examination of how the skeletal, muscular, circulatory, respiratory, digestive and nervous systems work together. 0983 English 16 min

BLUETOES, THE CHRISTMAS ELF
101380 VH 30 min PI 1991 Poor little Small One, the elf, tries to be helpful in Santa’s workshop, but ends up making more work for everyone. A final misadventure lands him in a sack of toys on Santa’s sleigh. 0604 English 30 min

LE BOEUF
104490 VH KP (Les Animaux de la ferme. I, Les gros animaux) (Merci Monsieur Noe; 3) ` Presentation du boeuf et de son mode ` devie. French

BLINKITY BLANK
104988 VH 5 min IA 1955 An experiment in the use of intermittent animation and spasmodic imagery. McLaren plays with the laws relating to persistence of vision and afterimage on the retina of the eye. He engraves pictures on blank film, with percussive effects added in the same way. No dialogue. 0714 English 5 min

BOATS AND SHIPS (3RD EDITION)
000522 VH 14 min PIJ 1990 From a stormy sea, to a river-mouth harbour, to a vast ocean- the viewer rides along on a variety of boats and ships and learns about the various functions of each. Using simple nautical terms, the video points out identifying characteristics of boats and ships and explains the jobs of crew and harbour personnel. A brief history of the development of boats and ships is also given. 0350 English 14 min

BONE ZONE:MESSAGES FOR ANYONE WITH BONES
002133 VH 13:30 min IJ 2001 The BONE ZONE video and activities in the teacher’s guide provide an opportunity for students to take a more in-depth look at how to build healthy bones through calcium and exercise. This was produced in partnership with BC Ministry of Health, BC Dairy Foundation, Knowledge Network and Osteoporosis Society of Canada. 0531 English 13:30 min

BLOCKADE
107224 VH 90 min JS 1993 Over a 15 month period, the film follows people enmeshed in the ongoing conflict between two histories, and two living cultures. From barricade arrests to backroom politicking, Blockade is

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013089 VH 26 min IJ 2002 BILL NYE : THE SCIENCE GUY SERIES - It doesn’t have to be Halloween for Science Guy, Bill Nye to bone up on the things that give the body its shape and movement. Bill muscles in to give more than just the bare bones about x-rays, the healing of broken bones, bone marrow and the body’s joints. "Bones in my body" is the episode’s parody video, taken from "Born to be Wild" by Steppenwolf. 0574 English 26 min their own plane out of backyard materials, and actually fly it. Viewers are taken behind the scenes at an airport and are introduced to the preparations needed before a plane takes off. Also, a flight lesson demonstrates safety checks before takeoff. 0470 English 30 min picture books, but the remaining topics appeal to a broader audience. With its theme of active global citizenship, the program will suit those in grades 3-6, and could be particularly useful in the grade 6 study of global perspectives. 0414 English 30 min

BOUFFONS DINGUE!: SAINE ALIMENTATION
001815 VH 13:25 min IJ 2001 SERIE BIEN DANS SA PEAU Bouffons dingue! suit un couple de sympathiques adolescents dans un epoustouflant voyage de decouverte. Comment la publicite influe-t-elle sur leurs choix en matiere d’alimentation? Le chocolat donne-t-il vraiment des boutons? Y-a-t-il des "bons" et des "mauvais" aliments? Et plus encore. Nos jeunes heros sont d’authentiques amateurs de croustilles et de boissons gazeuses, amis la persistance n’est pas la moindre qualite de cette video pleine d’humour et di’information qui finira par avoir raison de leurs reticences. 0714 French 13:25 min

THE BOY INSIDE:A JOURNEY INTO ASPERGER SYNDROME
200260 DV 43 min SA 2006 Filmmaker Marianne Kaplan tells the personal and often harrowing story of her son Adam, a 12-year-old with Asperger syndrome, during a tumultuous year in the life of their family. Asperger’s is an increasingly common form of autism typically characterized by high intellectual functioning, coupled with emotionally inappropriate behavior and an inability to interact successfully with others. Adam’s condition makes life in seventh grade a minefield, a place where he finds himself misunderstood, isolated, and bullied. Includes interviews with autistic children and their families, and features Dr. Temple Grandin, a noted authority on Autism Spectrum Disorders. 0414 English 43 min

BONES & MUSCLES
200227 DV 8 min I 2004 Bones & Muscles is a 8-minute video that is a contemporary presentation of bones, muscles and how they work together. The visuals are well paced, engaging and use the latest in closeup, real life photography. They also make connections to other body systems. 0414 English 8 min

LE BONHOMME DE NEIGE
105599 VH 26 min P 1991 Un film d’adaptation base sur le livre par Raymond Briggs. 1037 French 26 min

BOWLING FOR COLUMBINE
013304 VH 120 min JS 2002 Michael Moore takes aim at America’s love affair with guns and violence in this Oscar-winning film that "demands attention"! Mixing riveting footage, hilarious animation and candid interviews with everyone from the NRA’s Charlton Heston to shock-rocker Marilyn Manson, Bowling for Columbine is a great discussion-starter for gun control. 0574 English 120 min

BOOM AND BUST
HI0310 VH 20 min SI 1980 TWENTIETH CENTURY HISTORY SERIES - This program is about the growth of a modern consumer society in the United States in the years following the Great War and the sudden check it received in 1929. It begins with a short sequence on immigrants coming to the United States in 1919. They arrived at the rate of a million a year. By the beginning of the 1920s, America was already the world’s largest industrial power. There is a brief description of the wealth-producing areas in the north east and the mid-west. 0076 English 20 min History

THE BOY WHO CRIED WOLF
E00789 VH 17 min I 1983 The Aesop’s classic tale of lost integrity is recreated with bold animation and a haunting musical score. The program’s rich imagery challenges viewers to think independently while stimulating their imaginations and encouraging them to explore their own values and emotions. (N.B.: This is an award winning film.) 0983 English 17 min English/Language Arts

BOX OF TREASURES
107232 VH 28 min S 1983 This video is a powerful and moving account of the return to the Kwakwaka wak people of Alert Bay of the Cranmer potlatch regalia and masks. The return signifies not only a recovery of articles taken as punishment for a (then) illegal potlatch of 1921, but also recapturing of language, dance and selfdetermination. Gloria Webster narrates purposefully and the script deals with issues of fishing rights, the effect of logging on the environment and the value of knowing one’s culture. First Nations Studies 12. 0104 English 28 min

THE BOY WHO LEFT HOME TO FIND OUT ABOUT THE SHIVE
101609 VH 52 min PI 1983 FAERIE TALE THEATRE SERIES Overcoming fear is a problem for most people. But there once was a boy whose problem was his complete lack of fear! Closed Captioned for the Hearing Impaired. 0807 English 52 min

A BORDER STORY
002195 VH 223:33 min I 2004 MY BRAND NEW LIFE SERIES Antoine lives in Ottawa, while Olivia is from Washington, DC. As these two young people visit each other, they discover how little Canadians know about Americans and vice versa. By celebrating the national holiday in each country’s capital, Antoine and Olivia get better acquainted with the traditions and history of each other’s country. 0714 English 223:33 min

BOY WONDER
101032 VH 30 min I 1992 Tom feels that he cannot take a job as a summer camp counsellor because he has to look after his younger brother, since their mother is an alcoholic. In school, Tom discovers he is not the only one with an alcoholic parent and, through the encouragement of friends, his coach and the group counsellor, Tom joins a support group. 0104 English 30 min

BOXES FOR KATJE
200253 DV 30 min PI 2006 This video begins with the reading of the title story. Set in post-war Holland, the story builds on the friendship and generosity of two pen pals. The program then draws a parallel between the events of this story and the disaster relief efforts following Hurricane Katrina, and shows how video conferencing updates the pen pal tradition. The introductory story and books recommended are primary

BORED–NOTHING TO DO! (CC)
105750 VH 30 min K 1985 READING RAINBOW SERIES - In this improbable tale, two boys are bored; they have nothing to do. Their mother sends them outside where they build

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013131 VH 46 min JS 2002 The Boys of Buchenwald is a story of rebirth, friendship and the will to live. They survived the worst horrors of the Second World War. But these young boys - hundreds of them - had nothing. No family, no home, no future. Through the eyes of Robbie, Elie, and Joe, the Boys tell their story of the enduring bonds they forged with each other, spanning half a century and an entire world. Features an exclusive interview with Nobel Laureate Elie Wiesel. 0783 English 46 min

for schools to restructure around authentic learning experiences?" 0054 English 30 min

THE BRAIN AND LEARNING:PT 4,WHAT PARENTS NEED TO ...
000246 VH 20 min T 1998 This 4th video in the series helps parents understand and get involved. It portrays some of the most recent information about the brain. 0054 English 20 min

many variables involved in reading, the development of school culture that supports brain-based reading instruction, and the benefits it provides for students. 0054 English 30 min

THE BRAIN AND READING: STRATEGIES FOR HIGH SCHOOL
000539 VH 30 min T 1999 BRAIN AND READING SERIES Videotape 3 looks at the middle and high school levels and offers suggestions for techniques and strategies teachers can use to help students who continue to experience difficulty with reading. This videotape includes classroom demonstrations of a variety of successful techniques for teaching reading. 0054 English 30 min

THE BRAIN AND NERVOUS SYSTEM
200254 DV 15 min I 2002 These four 15 minute video and support packages present well paced, accurate, engaging science which describes four body systems. The diagrams, visuals, and vocabulary are clear and age/grade appropriate. Interconnectedness of systems is stressed. 0414 English 15 min

THE BRAIN
001745 VH 25 min IJS 2003 BODY ATLAS SERIES - Compared to the animal world, the brain is our bestdeveloped organ. The higher parts of the brain allow us to think, calculate and aspire.From the Learning Channel, the series is a rare opportunity to bring the study of anatomy alive. 0390 English 25 min

BRAIN-BASED LEARNING
000765 VH 42:15 min T 2000 Join David Sousa for a dynamic 40minute presentation in which he brings the concepts of How the Brain Learns to life and gives specific examples of how brain-based learning can be put to use in your classroom. Charts, diagrams, and David Sousa’s own clear and engaging style begin the presentation and three separate examples of the theories themselves are shown through in-the-classroom footage, where theory becomes practice. It is an involving and useful new approach to this vital material, structured in a way that makes it a valuable tool for self-learning and an essential part of a larger professional development program for teachers and administrators alike. 0613 English 42:15 min

BRAIN AND READING
For descriptions see individual titles: THE BRAIN AND READING: MAKING CONNECTIONS [000537] THE BRAIN AND READING: STRATEGIES FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL [000538] THE BRAIN AND READING: STRATEGIES FOR HIGH SCHOOL [000539]

BRAIN
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THE BRAIN AND LEARNING:PT.1,NEW KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING
000243 VH 28 min T 1998 This video is the first in a series of four programs designed to present information about how the brain works and examine the implications of new brain research for teaching and learning. Tape 1 focuses on several major characteristics of brain functioning and shows how these characteristics support the learning process. 0054 English 28 min

THE BRAIN AND READING: MAKING CONNECTIONS
000537 VH 30 min T 1999 BRAIN AND READING SERIES - This video-based staff development series consists of three videotapes and a Facilitator’s Guide on the brain and reading and is intended to support teachers, administrators, parents, and policymakers with information about how the brain processes information related to reading and the resulting implications for reading instruction. This first video, MAKING CONNECTIONS, examines findings from neuroscientists and brain researchers about how the brain learns to read. It explores the role of sensory input, rehearsal, phoneme-grapheme processing, word recognition, and fluency in learning to read, and shows examples of how these findings are applied in classrooms. 0054 English 30 min

BRAVE IRENE (CC)
PLA032 VH 13 min P This video presents the story of Brave Irene by William Steig. In this tale Irene helps her sick mother, who is a dressmaker, by braving a blizzard to deliver a gown to the duchess. Music and sound effects support the narration. Full-colour animation. Closed Captioned for the Hearing Impaired. 1037 English 13 min Primary Language Arts

THE BRAIN AND LEARNING:PT 2,CLASSROOM APPLICATIONS
000244 VH 27 min T 1998 This video is the second in a series of 4 programs about the brain and learning. Part 2 presents a framework for thinking about how to use our understanding of how the brain works to create brain-compatible classroom environments and instruction. 0054 English 27 min

BRAVE NEW FOODS: THE BIOTECH REVOLUTIION
013036 VH 22 min JS 2001 "Come with us to a place where nature is turned upside down. The people there...eat mutants- freaks unlike what nature itself would produce on its own...They are not content to eat what grows naturally. They manipulate genes to make crops easier to harvest or simply to look or taste better. They eat DNA. In fact, these mutant-eaters attempt to shape evolution..." So begins BRAVE NEW FOODS. Does this place sound strange or scary? Your students will learn it describes the

THE BRAIN AND LEARNING:PT 3,CHANGING SCHOOLS TO REFLECT...
000245 VH 30 min T 1998 Part 3 explores the implications of brain research for teaching,learning, and schooling. It gives examples of how schools organize to facilitate the use of this research in practice. While viewing the video, consider the Guiding Question,"What are compelling reasons

THE BRAIN AND READING: STRATEGIES FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
000538 VH 30 min T 1999 BRAIN AND READING SERIES STRATEGIES FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL focuses on strategies that are compatible with brain reseach and can be applied to elementary classrooms to enhance reading instruction. Interviews and on-site observations offer perspectives of the

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20th century. Supporters claim genetic engineering has the potential to feed the world. Who can you believe? 0601 English 22 min

BRIDGE TO TERABITHIA
105568 VH 34 min I 1986 Jesse Aarons loses a foot race but gains a new friend and an invitation into Terabithia, a hide-away in the woods. Based on the book by Katherine Paterson. 0846 English 34 min

THE BROADCAST TAPES OF DR. PETER
104247 VH 46 min S 1994 A compilation of extracts from the journal record of the courageous Vancouver physician’s experience with AIDS. Focuses on the positive and direct attitudes Peter expressed towards his disease, and how his approach helped him to live with AIDS. Dr. Peter, although now deceased, remains a symbol of courage and hope. The series of tapes are consecutively dated, allowing the viewer to see the progression of the disease. 0104 English 46 min

BREAKFAST: MOST IMPORTANT MEAL OF THE DAY
002005 VH 24 min IJ 2004 The importance of eating a good breakfast is explained. Links are made to mental health, physical well-being and general fitness. The realtionship between metabolism and eating is also explored. Aimed at early adolescents, this video not only explodes many myths about weight loss; it also encourages a positive attitude toward nutrition and promotes a realistic body image. 0414 English 24 min

BRINGING THE RAIN TO KAPITI PLAIN (CC)
PR0461 VH 30 min P 1983 READING RAINBOW SERIES Viewers are introduced to the concept of rain and its importance to living things. Meteorology and weather patterns are discussed. 0264 English 30 min Primary

THE BRONSWIK AFFAIR
104634 VH 20 min JS 1992 A parody about the power of advertising. A very funny, and deadly serious film, this drama demonstrates the power of advertising to motivate people to buy products they don’t need, and mocks the examples of consumerism prompted by a steady flow of commercials. 0603 English 20 min

BREAKING THE SILENCE: TRUTH AND LIES ON THE WAR ON TERROR
001790 VH 51 min JSA 2003 Award-winning journalist John Pilger investigates the discrepancies bewteen American and British claims for the "war on terror" and the facts on the ground as he finds them in Afghanistan and Washington, DC. Good for Global Issues, History, International Relations, Middle East, Afghanistan, Iraq, War and Peace. 0414 English 51 min

BRITAIN ALONE
HI0315 VH 20 min SI 1980 TWENTIETH CENTURY HISTORY SERIES - The program begins on September 3, 1939, the day the British declared war on Germany, with the BBC’s announcements of precautions to be taken in the anticipation of a sudden and massive air attack by Germany. British planners expected a raid on London within ten hours of the declaration of war, and over 200,000 deaths in the first day. 0076 English 20 min History

BRONZE CAT
106723 RE IS In ancient Egypt, many deities were thought of as animals, worshipped as idols in the shape of animals, but later represented in human form with animal heads. The cat was the animal sacred to Bastet, Goddess of Joy and Protector of Women. (18 cm) 0008 English

BREAST SELF-EXAM FOR TEENS
104281 VH 7 min IJS 1994 Offers a clear, step-by-step demonstration of breast selfexamination. Explains the need to begin this procedure in the teen years. Adolescent girls representing several ethnic groups demonstrate the correct procedure. Mammograms, lumpectomies, and mastectomies are briefly explained. The tone is positive and encourages young women to be proactive in their health care. 0104 English 7 min

BRITISH COLUMBIA - THE ROCKIES TO THE PACIFIC
106586 VH 30 min IJS Discover the diversity of Canada’s most beautiful province, British Columbia. Including: Victoria & Butchart Gardens, Vancouvr & Expo 86, Barkerville & Fort Steele, Festivals & Rodeos, Wilderness Parks & Wildlife, Trout & Salmon Fishing, Canoeing the Bowron Lakes, Exploring Cody Caves, The Indian Dancers of Ksan, Raft the Thompson, Ski The Bugaboos, Hike the West Coast, Hang-glide the Rockies, and much more! 1002 English 30 min

A BRUSH WITH COLOUR : THE ART OF GEN. BROCK ELEM
104799 VH 28 min IA 1996 More than twenty mother tongues, more than 80% of children with English as a second language–the statistics at General Brock Elementary School in Vancouver, B.C., are like those of a typical inner city school. But that is where the similarity ends, for all the children at Brock share a common language–Art. This documentary leaves no doubt as to the remarkable power of art as a medium for selfexpression, communication and conciliation in a cross cultural context. It also gives us an insight into the approach, philosophy and techniques of a remarkable and engaging elementary art educator. 0378 English 28 min

BRIDE OF THE RED SEA JEDDAH
000798 VH 27 min 1998 Since the opening of the Suez Canal in 1869, Jeddah has been at the heart of an important world trade route. It is also the gateway to Mecca, the most important place of pilgrimage for the millions of people who follow the Islamic faith. The population today is five hundred times more than it was in the 1940’s. Jeddah’s location has made it a major commercial centre. In this city where modern architecture and 19th century Islamic buildings exist side by side, young peoople are taught to preserve old traditions as part of the future. 0585 English 27 min

BRITISH COLUMBIA: THE WEST, ON THIS ROCK
107487 VH 60 min I 1994 Features the Collins family, who first settled on Saltspring Island in 1858. The video explores the lives and struggles of the first residents of African heritage as well as the role this community played in Canadian history. Illustrations, photographs and archival documents, as well as dramatic reenactments, are used to trace the history of racism and discrimination experienced by British columbians of African heritage. 0104 English 60 min

BUDDHA OF INFINITE LIGHT
107019 RE IS This statuette represents Amitabha, one of the Buddhas of Meditation (the Fourth). His hands are in the position of (mudra) "dhyani" or meditation. Known as the "Buddha of Infinite Light," he rules the "Western Paradise" of the Northern Buddhist School. He is sometimes regarded as an etherial form of Gautama Buddha. The long-lobbed

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BUILDING THE PARENT/ STUDENT RELATIONSHIP
000752 VH 30 min TEACHER 1999 THE STAFF ROOM SERIES - Episode 1 - Is "Meet the Teacher Night" the only opportunity for parents and teachers to communicate? This first episode explores how we can make the most of this meeting and further develop a relationship that works for both parent and teacher and supports the student. Guests are: Fiona Morrison, a teacher who has specialized in helping other teachers reach out to parents who are not actively involved with their child’s school, and Stacey Holloway, an expert on conflict resolution, talking about those times when the parent/teacher relationship gets a little bumpy. 0769 English 30 min

THE DRAWING
013052 VH 7 min PI 1998 DISCOVER SKILLS FOR LIFE SERIES - This video is appropriate for Grade 5 and builds on the earlier levels of Violence Prevention Skills. 0828 English 7 min

BUDDHIST LION
107076 RE IS Lions seem to have come into the early Buddhist art of Northern India with influences from contemporary Persia. Buddhist texts compare Buddha’s expounding of the Law to the roaring of a lion, and lions were often figured on the Buddha’s throne. English

BULL’S HEAD FROM CRETE (C. 2ND MILLENIUM B.C.)
106792 RE IJS This dramatically life-like bull’s head, with its imaginative surface decoration, was, in its original form, a ceremonial drinking vessel - a product of the pleasure-loving Minoan civilization of the island of Crete (formerly Knossos) English

BUGS (CC)
PR0446 VH 30 min P 1988 READING RAINBOW SERIES - Bugs focuses on insects and their habitat, how they grow, and what they are good for. Visit Insect World at the Cincinnati Zoo with host LeVar Burton and take a look at an indepth study of some of the more interesting insects. 0264 English 30 min Primary

VERONICA’S FIGHT
013047 VH 6:54 min P 1998 DISCOVER SKILLS FOR LIFE SERIES - Veronica’s fight is appropriate for Grade 2. This models typical student situations, stimulates discussion and enhances teaching. This comprehensive program promotes a safe environment for your school. 0828 English 6:54 min

BULLY BEWARE! : TAKE ACTION AGAINST BULLYING
100106 VH 12 min I 1997 Bullying is one of the most under-rated and enduring problems in schools today and is a reality in the lives of all children, whether they are bullies, victims or witnesses. The effects of bullying last a lifetime. It causes misery for the bully’s victim, and leaves a lasting impression on all those who witness repeated bullying incidents. Teachers, students, support staff, parents and administrators need to work as a team to take action against bullying. Research proves that bullying stops when it is reported and acted upon. This video is comprised of four scenarios involving realistic bullying incidents between middle school students. It offers students practical advice and skills for handling these difficult situations. 0144 English 12 min

BUILDING A FIRST HOME
000137 VH 16 min I 1997 LEARNING ABOUT PIONEERS SERIES - The struggles and hardships the earliest pioneers faced as they set about building shelter and preparing for the first winter in their new homeland. Includes activity guide. English 16 min

RUDY TALKS IT OUT
013048 VH 7 min PI 1998 DISCOVER SKILLS FOR LIFE SERIES - The Skills for Life video series is organized around 4 unit themes: Building Self-Esteem, Becoming Informed About Drugs, Building Decision-Making and Relationship Skills, Building Violence Prevention Skills. This particular video, Rudy Talks It Out is appropriate for Grade 3. 0828 English 7 min

BUILDING A KAYAK: PART 1
000475 VH 32:20 min PIJ 1967 NETSILIK ESKIMOS SERIES - In this video, it is high summer. The run-off is in full flow and it is time for the Inuit to build a kayak. The whole family is involved in shaping this invaluable tool. Without words. 0714 English 32:20 min

FINDING OUT ABOUT JULIO
013051 VH 7 min PI 1998 DISCOVER SKILLS FOR LIFE SERIES - Julio, the new boy at school, is from South America. With his accent, he is hard to understand. He get teased but later the kids find out that Julio is good at soccer, a sport the other kids want to learn. They find out that he’s not so different from them after all. Shows that empathy plays an important part in understanding others. 0828 English 7 min

BUILDING A KAYAK: PART 2
000476 VH 32:46 min PIJ 1967 NETSILIK ESKIMOS SERIES - In this part of the series, work continues on the kayak. There are more skins to soak, more ribs to be split and shaped, more bending and binding. Finally, the kayak is ready. The men launch and test their new kayak and admire its performance. 0714 English 32:46 min

BULLY DANCE/LA DANSE DES BRUTES
000926 VH 10:06 min PIJS 2000 This animated film without words is designed as a tool for conflict resolution. Everyone from youngsters to business executives can identify with the characters and gain insight on dealing creatively with conflict resolution. 0714 English 10:06 min

LEEANN’S DAY OFF
013049 VH 7 min PI 1998 DISCOVER SKILLS FOR LIFE SERIES - The focus of this video is that people make mistakes and can learn from their mistakes and learn positive ways to handle them. This is Unit 1 in Building Self-Esteem and there is a Teacher’s discussion guide to accompany it. 0828 English 7 min

BULLY ON THE BUS
000720 VH 14 min PI 1993 Kate is finding her way through the maze of adolescent emotions. With thoughtful self-reflection, conscious decision-making, and renewed selfesteem, she is able to confront Bridget the bully (a one-time friend), and takes a step forward on the road to maturity. 0574 English 14 min

NO CONTEST
013053 VH 7 min PI 1998 DISCOVER SKILLS FOR LIFE SERIES - This video is appropriate for Grade 6. The series will engage students and enhance teaching skills for a safe environment for your school. 0828 English 7 min

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013377 KT 15 min IJ 2005 This program has been specifically created to address the needs of urban middle-school students who will identify with the characters and locations in the vignettes. This kit (VHS and DVD) will help middle-school students learn why bullying is wrong, what bullies are really after, and how to best address bullying in their own school. 0373 English 15 min

BUTTERFLIES
PSC002 VH 15 min PI 1990 This program uses colourful close-up and time-lapse photography to teach students about these fascinating insects. After distinguishing butterflies from moths, it explores the life-cycle of the zebra long-wing butterfly, from larva to pupa, to the emergence of the adult through the process of metamorphosis. Finally, it examines parts of the butterfly’s anatomy and discusses their specific uses. 0504 English 15 min Primary Science

BYE BYE CHAPERON ROUGE
105605 VH 60 min I 1991 Bye Bye Chaperon rouge est une version moderne du celebre conte. 0823 French 60 min

BYZANTINE EMPIRE, THE
107006 VH 30 min JS 1990 THE WESTERN TRADITION SERIES - Program #8 - The Byzantine Empire The Byzantine Empire based in Constantinople becomes the repository of culture from Greece and Rome thus preserving and enriching the ancient world throughout the Mediterranean. The Fall of Byzantium - nearly a thousand years after the fall of Rome, Constantinople is conquered by the forces of Islam. 0574 English 30 min

THE BURNING TIMES
103153 DV 58 min JS 1995 This beautifully craafted film is an indepth look at the witch-hunts that swept through Euroope just a few hundred years ago. False accusations and trials led to massive torture and burnings at the stake, and ultimately to the destruction of an organic way of life. The film advances the theory that widespread violence against women and the neglect of our environment today can be traced back to those times. 0714 English 58 min

BUTTERFLIES: AMAZING INSECTS
200251 DV 20 min I 2000 Presents the butterfly as an example of a highly adapted organism with a diversity of 150,000 species. Both structural and behaviour adaptations are presented through superb close ups and time enhanced photography. Migration patterns of the Monarch butterfly are shown. Respectful tips on how to attract and observe butterflies are included. 0414 English 20 min

THE C.A.R.E. KIT
101078 KT 1984 Child Abuse Research and Education kit for use at the primary level. 0182 English

BURNS BOG : A ROAD RUNS THROUGH IT
000854 VH 24:15 min IJS 1999 Located on the southern fringes of Vancouver, Burns Bog, one of the world’s most precious ecosystems, is faced with imminent destruction, as the needs of the area’s mushrooming human population eat away at its edge. This video explores an urgent question: How do we define the worth of land and water, peat and plants, when there is a profit to be made? Closed captioned. 0714 English 24:15 min

C.L.E.M.:JOURNEY INTO BC’S LOGGING INDUSTRY
033444 DV 20:27 min IJ 2006 C.L.E.M. is Computer Logging Education Module. www.nhfilms.com has more on their website about Forestry and Logging in British Columbia. 0414 English 20:27 min

BUTTERFLIES: BACKYARD SCIENCE
103402 VH 14 min PI 1994 Explores the beautiful world of the butterfly from migration to transformation from pupa to adult butterfly. 0119 English 14 min

CAMERA MEN WHO DARED
104970 VH 60 min JS 1988 Behind each film scene there is always a camerman - unseen by viewers and often exposed to danger. Discover what drives these people to pioneer with their cameras where limits are unknown. 0689 English 60 min

BUTTERFLY WORLD : JEWELS OF THE SKY
000680 VH 35 min PI 1999 There are more than 165,000 different species of butterflies, each one full of grace and beauty. Filmed throughout the planet, this video presents some of the most varied and exotic butterflies that nature has to offer. Laying, molting, emerging or flying, no phenomenon escaped the camera. You will be impressed by the great migration of the Monarchs, confused by the famous Morphos that lure the hunter in the middle of the jungle, even frightened by the enormous Tizannias with their mystical reputation that haunts the villagers. 0687 English 35 min

BUST OF A KING (C. 300 B.C.)
106726 RE IS This is a sculptor’s model for preparing the heads of royal stuatues. Made of limestone, it was transmitted through generations of sculptors and did not represent a particular king. (12 cm) 0002 English

CAMEROON- MY RAINFOREST
002107 VH 15 min I 2002 The program focuses on Felix, a child of the rainforest. He lives in a small village called Bwambo on the forested slopes of Mount Cameroon, the second highest mountain in Africa. The whole culture of Felix’s village is still founded on the forest and its animals. There is a real danger of deforestation from small farms and plantations encroaching on the forest. 0414 English 15 min

BUST OF DOMINIANUS
106776 RE IS The mounting of a Roman head on a French base by an 18th century collector. 0009 English

BY WOMAN’S HAND (CC)
104929 VH 57 min JS 1995 Narrated by Kate Nelligan, this is a tribute to three women artists whose lives and works were almost forgotten. Prudence Heward, Sarah Robertson and Anne Savage fought the social restrictions of the 1920’s to pursue their art. Closed captioned for the Hearing Impaired. 0714 English 57 min

BUST OF QUEEN NEFRETETE
106722 RE IJS Nefretete was the beautiful wife of King Amenhotep IV. This bust was discovered in the studios of the King’s Sculptor, Thutmosis. Despite minor damage, no other work of art has carried such romantic impact over such a long period of time. (30 cm) English

CAMIK : CANADIAN ARCTIC MULTIMEDIA INFORMATION KIT
000320 KT 26 min IJS 1998 Kit contains two videos: 1.Kamik, 2.Shaping Our Future, one photo CD, one audiotape, fourty slides, two maps: 1.Inuit Communities, 2.Map of Canada, and 105 pages of printed text. Inuit live in the Western Arctic, Nunavut, Nunavik (formerly known as Northern Quebec), and Labrador. These regions are the

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result of political decisions. Before coming into contact with outsiders, Inuit never thought of themeselves as living in territories and provinces. Today, there are about 41,000 Inuit living in 53 communities within these four regions. 0714 English 26 min star player when Maurice "Rocket" Richard was suspended for fighting in a previous game. Quebec under the Liberal, 1960 - At the end of the 1950s Quebec was on the brink of momentous social and political change. The long rule of Conservative Premier Maurice Duplessis and his Union Nationale government was coming to an end, and a reform-minded Liberal Party under Jean Lesage was poised to assume power in the province. 0189 English 60 min Minister Mulroney’s dream of healing the country’s constitutional divisions. In Quebec, the rejection of Meech led to an upsurge in support for the sovereign movement. 0189 English 60 min

CANADA
106576 VH 73 min IS Explore Canada’s wondrous diversity of culture and landscape, from the snowswept Arctic tundra to Vancouver’s seaport sophistication. Go salmon fishing in New Brunswick, meet baby harp seals near PEI and tour Victoria’s elegant Butchart Gardens. Also Quebec City, Vieux (Old) Montreal, Banff and the Canadian Rockies and Dogsledding across snow-covered landscapes. 0687 English 73 min

CANADA: A PEOPLE’S HISTORY
For descriptions see individual titles: YEARS OF HOPE AND ANGER(1964 TO 1976):EPISODE 16A [001809] ADVENTURERS AND MYSTICS, 1540 TO 1670 (EPISODE 2A) [000973] ADVENTURERS AND MYSTICS, 1540 TO 1670 (EPISODE 2B) [000974] BATTLE FOR A CONTINENT, 1754 TO 1775 (EPISODE 4A) [000976] BATTLE FOR A CONTINENT, 1754 TO 1775 (EPISODE 4B) [000977] COMFORT AND FEAR(1946 TO 1964): EPISODE 15A [001807] COMFORT AND FEAR(1946 TO 1964): EPISODE 15B [001808] YEARS OF HOPE AND ANGER(1964 TO 1976): EPISODE 16B [001810] IN AN UNCERTAIN WORLD(1976 TO 1990): EPISODE 17A [001811] IN AN UNCERTAIN WORLD(1976 TO 1990): EPISODE 17B [001812] CLAIMING THE WILDERNESS, 1670 TO 1755 (EPISODE 3) [000975] THE CRUCIBLE (1940 TO 1946): EPISODE 14A [001805] THE CRUCIBLE (1940 TO 1946): EPISODE 14B [001806] FROM SEA TO SEA, 1867 TO 1873 (EPISODE 9) [000986] THE GREAT ENTERPRISE, 1850 TO 1867 (EPISODE 8B) [000985] THE GREAT ENTERPRISE, 1850 TO 1887 (EPISODE 8A) [000984] THE GREAT TRANSFORMATION (1896 TO 1915): EPISODE 11A [001800] THE GREAT TRANSFORMATION (1896 TO 1915): EPISODE 11B [001801] HARD TIMES (1929 TO 1940): EPISODE 13A [001803] HARD TIMES (1929 TO 1940): EPISODE 13B [001804] ORDEAL BY FIRE (1915 TO 1929): EPISODE 12A [001798] ORDEAL BY FIRE (1915 TO 1929): EPISODE 12B [001802] THE PATHFINDERS, 1670 TO 1850 (EPISODE 6A) [000980] THE PATHFINDERS, 1670 TO 1850 (EPISODE 6B) [000981] A QUESTION OF LOYALTIES, 1775 TO 1815 (EPISODE 5A) [000978] A QUESTION OF LOYALTIES, 1775 TO 1815 (EPISODE 5B) [000979] REBELLION AND REFORM, 1815 TO 1850 (EPISODE 7A) [000982] REBELLION AND REFORM, 1815 TO 1850 (EPISODE 7B) [000983] TAKING THE WEST (1873 TO 1896): EPISODE 10A [00987] TAKING THE WEST (1873 TO 1896): EPISODE 10B [001799]

YEARS OF HOPE AND ANGER(1964 TO 1976): EPISODE 16B
001810 VH 60 min IJS 2001 CANADA: A PEOPLE’S HISTORY SERIES - In the late 1960s in Quebec, a faction of separatists, the Front de Liberation du Quebec (FLQ), opted for violence over democracy to promote its point of view. The FLQ bombed federal government buildings and mailboxes, and staged a number of bank robberies. In 1970, the FLQ kidnapped James Cross and James Laporte, and issued a series of demands to effect his release.Trudeau invoked the War Measures Act, suspending civil liberties in the face of "an apprehended insurrection." The FLQ murdered Laporte and Cross was released when the kidnappers were given safe passage to Cuba. The October Crisis had come to an end. 0189 English 60 min

CANADA: A NATION DIVIDED
107489 VH 30 min I 1992 Reporter Joyce Harvey travels to the Canadian province of Quebec to guide students on an exploration of the history and current status of Quebec’s independence movement. Students discover the cultural differences that make Quebec unique and the problems and solutions that are part of the fabric of life there. 0274 English 30 min

COMFORT AND FEAR(1946 TO 1964): EPISODE 15A
001807 VH 60 min IJS 2001 CANADA: A PEOPLE’S HISTORY SERIES - Newfoundland enters Confederation- Financially drained after World War II, Great Britain proposed that Newfoundland become independent. While many Newfoundlanders agreed, some, like Joseph Smallwood, supported Newfoundland’s uniting with Canada. The Asbestos Strike - This section of the video focuses on the labour strike that broke out in February of 1949. The strike was perhaps the best example of the underlying opposition to the Duplessis government’s style of management. The workers’ actions challenged the province’s union movement, the English-speaking management, and the Catholic church to re-evaluate the plight of the province’s working class. 0189 English 60 min

IN AN UNCERTAIN WORLD(1976 TO 1990): EPISODE 17A
001811 VH 60 min IJS 2002 CANADA: A PEOPLE’S HISTORY SERIES - Operation Solidarity - During the early 1980s, British Columbia was the scene of a major political clash between the labour movement and the province’s Social Credit government. Premier Bill Bennett introduced major cuts in government spending, resulting in reductions in social programs and labour rights.In protest against these measures, labour and community movements organized the Solidarity coalition, which called a province-wide strike in 1983. 0189 English 60 min

IN AN UNCERTAIN WORLD(1976 TO 1990): EPISODE 17B
001812 VH 60 min IJS 2002 CANADA: A PEOPLE’S HISTORY SERIES - The Meech Lake Accord Canadians watched in anticipation in late June 1990 as the deadline for ratification of the Meech Lake Accord approached. The deal, negotiated between the provincial premiers and the federal government in 1987, was designed to bring Quebec into the Cpnstitution by recognizing its status as a "distinct society" within Confederation. Its failure to win ratification meant the end of Prime

COMFORT AND FEAR(1946 TO 1964): EPISODE 15B
001808 VH 60 min IJS 2001 CANADA: A PEOPLE’S HISTORY SERIES - The Montreal riots - After the war, times really did change in Canada. Sports became a major focus for Canadians, with Montrealers’ beloved Canadiens continuing their dominance in hockey. But in the playoffs of 1955, the Canadiens were expected to achieve the crowning glory without their

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WHEN THE WORLD BEGAN– 15,000 BC TO 1800 AD (EPISODE 1A) [000971] WHEN THE WORLD BEGAN– 15,000 BC TO 1800 AD (EPISODE 1B) [000972] at Dieppe, experiencing heavy losses. Bush pilots ferry the Canadian-built Lancaster bombers across the Atlantic. U-boats penetrate the Gulf of St. Lawrence. (27:46) Turn of the Tide From October 1942 to July 1943, the Allies inherent strength is beginning to be felt. The RCAF joins in air strikes against Germany. 0714 English 55:32 min "Great White North". It is the perfect tool to initiate discussion on a variety of subjects from social studies to geography. "Canada Eh!" will engage viewers from Junior High to University by delivering a timely perspective of our country. 0562 English 24 min

CANADA AM WITH LESLIE BECK: FOOD BASICS 1
013363 DV 20 min JS 2006 SEE! HEAR! EXPERIENCE! SERIES These 3-4 minute clips as seen on Canada AM and hosted by one of Canada’s leading nutritionists, Leslie Beck, will give you a brief insight into the following topics: hidden sugars, food trends, good & bad fats, additives, salt, omega 3’s. 0599 English 20 min

CANADA GOOSE ADVENTURE
000559 VH 11 min PI 1990 This program examines the habitat,behaviour and family life of the Canada goose and shows a unique relationship between this normally wild bird and a human family. 0350 English 11 min

CANADA AT WAR 4 : ROAD TO ORTONA, AND, NEW DIRECTIONS
106832 VH 55:32 min JS 1962 Road to Ortona - Between July 1943 and January 1944, the Canadian 1st Divisision pushes into Italy. Ortona, a fifteenth-century town dubbed "little Stalingrad," is taken by the Canadians in fierce and costly street fighting. (27:46) New Directions - From December 1943 until June 1944, a warseasoned Canada girds for the final assault. In London, Mackenzie King holds out for Canadian independence in foreign policy. Canadian ships ply the Arctic seas with supplies for Russia. (27:46) 0714 English 55:32 min

CANADA AM WITH LESLIE BECK:FOOD BASICS 2
014340 DV 20 min JS 2006 These 4 - 5 minute clips as seen on Canadda AM and hosted by one of Canada’s leading nutritionists, Leslie Beck, will give you a brief insight into the following topics : skipping breakfast, teen nutrition concerns, power snacking, portion distortion, food allergies, Statistics Canada on food consumption. 0599 English 20 min

CANADA IN THE 1920’S : PART 1
107506 VH JS 1996 The Great War was over and Canada like the rest of North America entered into the roaring twenties. This two part program views the decade in such areas as economic growth; the automobile and the changes it brought; fashion; music; politics; prohibition and the fight to ban alcoholic beverages; rum running; the entry of women into the work force; the sudden movement of Canadians from agriculture to urban centres and manufacturing; social changes and the crash of 1929. See 971 VR 147. 0065 English

CANADA AT WAR 5 : NORMAN SUMMER, AND, CINDERELLA ON THE LEFT
106830 VH 55:32 min JS 1962 The Norman Summer - In the early morning hours of D-Day, June 6 1944, Allied infantry carriers cross a pitching Channel to the coast of France. Canadians return, this time victoriously, to Dieppe. Cinderella on the Left Between June and December 1944, Canadians advancing on Pas de Calais mop up the launching sites of the V-1 and V-2 rockets that have been raining on Britain. Canadians fight at Flanders, Vimy Ridge, the Scheldt estuary and at the Battle of the Bulge. 0714 English 55:32 min

CANADA AT WAR 1 : DUSK, AND, BLITZKRIEG
106835 VH 55:32 min JS 1962 Blitzkrieg - Between April and November 1940, Germany takes Holland, Belgium and Luxembourg. Paris also falls. The British evacuate Dunkirk, and Britons, strafed by the Luftwaffe, accept Churchill’s challenge of "blood, sweat and tears." Mackenzie King feels the Candian pulse on conscription. 0714 English 55:32 min

CANADA IN THE 1920’S : PART 2
107507 VH JS 1996 The Great War was over and Canada like the rest of North America entered into the roaring twenties. This two part program views the decade in such areas as economic growth; the automobile and the changes it brought; fashion; music; politics; prohibition and the fight to ban alcoholic beverages; rum running; the entry of women into the work force; the sudden movement of Canadians from agriculture to urban centres and manufacturing; social changes and the crash of 1929. See 971 VR 146. 0065 English

CANADA AT WAR 2 : YEAR OF SIEGE, AND, DAYS OF INFAMY
106826 VH 55:32 min JS 1962 Year of Siege - During the months between September 1940 and October 1941, the Battle of the Atlantic begins, as does the Holocaust. The Winnipeg Grenadiers and Royal Rifles leave for a fateful mission in Hong Kong.(27:46) Day of Infamy - Between December 1941 and June 1942, the war escalates into a truly global conflict. After the attack on Pearl Harbor, JapaneseCanadians are moved to internment camps. Roosevelt says that the Air Training Plan makes Canada "the aerodome of democracy." (27:46) 0714 English 55:32 min

CANADA AT WAR 6
106838 VH 83:18 min JS 1987 The story of Canada during World War II, as experienced by Canadians at home and on the battlefront. Canada at War, PartII: Crisis on the Hill (27:46),Canada at War, Part 12: V was for Victory (27:46) and Canada at War, Part 13: The Clouded Dawn (27:46) cover Canadian involvement in World War II and the early days of the postwar period from September 1944 to 1946. The conscription issue erupts in Canada. Canadian troops battle their way across the Siegfried Line. V-E Day. The atom bomb is dropped on Japan. 0714 English 83:18 min

CANADA IN VIEW
For descriptions see individual titles: RED SERGE AND BLACK HORSES [000900]

LE CANADA, L’EMPIRE BRITANNIQUE ET LA CONSCRIPTIO
107473 VH 11 min JS 1990 Les francophones deviennent minoritaires au Manitoba. La conscription elargit fosse entre les deux ` ` cultures. 0599 French 11 min

CANADA AT WAR 3 : EBBTIDE, AND, TURN OF THE TIDE
106834 VH 55:32 min JS 1962 Ebbtide - The months from July to September 1942 were a time of defeat and disaster. Canadians were repulsed

CANADA EH!
107436 VH 24 min IS An anecdotal look at Canada through the eyes of the American public. This light-hearted video explores Americans’ perception and understanding of the

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106575 VH 60 min IJS 1992 De l’Atlantique au Pacifique jusqu’au lointain Arctique... a travers les ` Rocheuses et les Prairies... au-dela de ` la toundra... traversant les lacs, les plages, le fabuleux Naigara... visitant les cites historiques et les modernes... ` explorant la forlt touffue... poursuivant les ours polaires, les cerf, les aigles... rencontrant enfin les gens qui ont faconne ce grand pays. Voila le periple ¸ ` ` ` que vous propose Anne Martin et qui vous fera decouvrir les mille facettes de ` chaque province canadienne. 0470 French 60 min

bataille d’Italie. Ils repoussent les Allemands hors de l’Afrique. La reconquete ed l’Europe s’amorce avec le dedebarquement des troupes allies en Normandie, le 6 juin 1944. L’Allemagne capitule un an plus tard. Les Etats-Unis oblige le Japon a la reddition apres le largage de deux bombes atomiques sur Hiroshime et Nagasaki. 0189 French 53:41 min

creuse un enorme fosse entre l’Est et l’Ouest du pays. Un homme tres telegenique es elu chef du Parti liberal du Canada puis premiere ministre, et la Trudeaumanie change a tout jamai le visage de la politique canadienne. 0189 French 54:15 min

LE GRAND PROJET, 1850 A 1867 (EPISODE 8A)
001016 VH 54:08 min IJS 2001 Periode:1850 a 1867. Moins d’une decennie suffit pour transformer une poignee de petites colonies en un nouveau pays, pas tout a fait affranchi de la mere-patrie, mais dont l’immensite couvre la moitie de l’Amerique du Nord. Pendant qu’au sud, sevit la guerre civile americaine et que la Grande-Bretagne se desinteresse peu a peu de ses colonies, des hommes politiques mettent en place, malgre les oppositions, les bases de la Confederation. 0189 French 54:08 min

DANS UN MONDE INCERTAIN (1976 A 1990)EPISODE 17A
013069 VH 54:11 min IJS 2002 Premiere Partie. L’ordre mondial et la prosperite qui se sont install au lendemain de la Seconde Guerre mondiale commencent a s’etioler, et une certaine insecurite economique se fait sentir. Le libre-echange, la mondialisation, l’avenement du feminisme, l’effondrement de l’Union sovietique,et l’emergence multiculturalisme. 0189 French 54:11 min

CANADA STRIKES OIL : LEDUC, ALBERTA, 1947
000847 VH 17:54 min IJS 1991 THE PEOPLE’S HISTORY OF THE WEST SERIES - Oil pioneer Vern "Dry Hole" Hunter recalls his early days working on the rigs in Alberta, racing against time in the search for black gold. Closed captioned. 0714 English 17:54 min

DANS UN MONDE INCERTAIN (1976 A 1990) EPISODE 17B
013070 VH 54:18 min IJS 2002 Deuxieme partie. Vers 1989, l’ordre mondial instaure dans le sillage de la Deuxieme Guerre mondiale s’affaiblit. Sur le plan international, le libreechange, la mondialisation, l’effondrement de l’empire sovietique et l’evolution rapide de l’informatique marquent le debut d’une ere nouvelle que le Canada ne peut ignorer. Les debats sur l’unite nationale, la montee du feminisme et du multiculturalisme, de meme que la tranformation d’institutions aussi fondamentales que la famille, sosnt au centre des preoccupations des Canadiennes et des Canadiens. 0189 French 54:18 min

LES AVENTURIERS ET LES MYSTIQUES (EPISODE 2A)
001004 VH 54:31 min IJS 2001 Periode: 1540 a 1670. La vision europeenne de l’Amerique du Nord change peu a peu. D’un simple obstacle a contourner dans la quete d’un passage vers l’Orient et le NordOuest, elle deviendra un endroit ou etablir des colonies permanentes. Suivront l’essor de la peche dans les Grands Bancs et les debuts de la traite des fourrures. Ses debuts fragiles sont marques par de nombreuses alliances et conflits entre les marchands de fourrure europeens et les Amerindiens. 0189 French 54:31 min

LE CANADA: TRANSPORTS ET COMMUNICATIONS
002160 VH 26 min JS 2003 En vacances, seul sur un lac, Aime se souvient qu’il a promis a Cosette de nourrir son chat. Il fait l’historique des transports au Canada en essayant de regagner la ville par tous les moyens. Cosette, en voyage, doit faire parvenir un message a Aime, mais comment le rejoindre a coup sur? 0414 French 26 min

LE CANADA: UNE HISTOIRE POPULAIRE DANS LA FOURNAISE DE LA GUERRE(1940 A 1946) EPISODE 14A
013063 VH 54:20 min IJS 2002 Premiere Partie, Episode 14. La Deuxieme guerre mondiale commence le septembre 1939 lorsque les troupes allemandes, sous les ordres d’Hitler, envahissent la Pologne. Les Allemands prennent plusieurs pays d’Europe et debarquent en Afrique. Hitler ouvre un autre front en 1942, alors qu’il se retourne contre la Russie, son alliee. L’armee russe stoppe la progression des Allemands. Les Etats-Unis, entres en guerre, en 1941, apres l’attaque de leur base de Pearl Harbor, dans le Pacifique, par le Japon, soutiennt l’Angleterre et ses allies. 0189 French 54:20 min

LES AVENTURIERS ET LES MYSTIQUES,1540 A 1670 (EPISODE 2B)
001005 VH 53:43 min IJS 2001 Periode: 1540 a 1670. Les tentatives soutenues des jesuites pour convertir les populations autochtones a la foi catholique soulevent aussi des tensions. Cinquante ans plus tard, voyant l’avenir de la jeune colonie menace, Louis XIV reprend la destinee de la Nouvelle-France en mains. Il y envoie un contingent de soldats pour assurer la securite de la colonie ainsi que des jeunes femmes a marier, appelees "filles du roi", afin d’y favoriser le peuplement. 0189 French 53:43 min

L’ESPOIR ET LA COLERE(1964 A 1976) EPISODE 16A
013067 VH 53:51 min IJS 2002 Premiere Partie. Le Canada, dans les annees soixante et soixante-dix, connait la revolution dans tous les domaines politique, culturel mais aussi dans la vie personne de ses citoyens. La Revolution tranquille au Quebec et les manifestations des jeunes aux quatre coins l’Amerique du Nord ebranlent l’ordre etabli. 0189 French 53:51 min

L’ESPOIR ET LA COLERE(1964 A 1976) EPISODE 16B
013068 VH 54:15 min IJS 2002 Deuxieme Partie. Certain evenements - l’adoption de l’unifolie et la tenue d’Expo 67 qui attire l’attention du monde entier sur le Canada - unissent les habitants du pays tandis que d’autres sont plus menacants: la crise de FLQ et la Loi sur les mesures de guerre de 1970, la cri de l’energie qui

A L’ASSAUT DU CONTINENT,1670 A 1755 (EPISODE 3)
001006 VH 51:55 min IJS 2001 Periode: 1670 a 1755. La NouvelleFrance, appelee a devenir une societe complexe, ambitionne d’entendre son territoire sur l’ensemble du continent nord-americain. La population de la colonie se compose de boutiquiers,d’artisans, d’agriculteurs,

DANS LA FOURNAISE DE LA GUERRE(1940 A 1946) EPISODE 14B
013064 VH 53:41 min IJS 2002 Deuxieme Partie. Ils reprennent l’offensive en 1943 et remportent la

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de seigneurs mais aussi de riches marchands de fourrure ambiteux. Malgre l’interdiction de la France, le gouverneur Louis Buade de Frontenac et son associe Robert Cavalier de La Salle permettent l’expansion de la Nouvelle-France vers l’interieur du continent. La lutte pour le controle de l’Amerique du Nord se corse entre colons britanniques et francais et entraine la deportation de plus de 10000 Acadiens, catholiques et francophones. 0189 French 51:55 min

LA BATAILLE DE L’AMERIQUE,1754-1775 (EPISODE 4B)
001010 VH 53:57 min IJS 2001 Periode: 1754 a 1775. En 1759, le general britannique James Wolfe assiege la ville de Quebec avec ses hommes mais la Citadelle resiste aux bombardements. Il s’assure le controle de l’Amerique du Nord lors d’un affrontement avec le commandant des forces militaire de la Nouvelle-France, Louis-Joseph de Montcalm. Cette bataille a lieu sur la terre abandonnee d’un fermier du nom d’Abraham Martin qui donnera son nom aux plaines desormais celebres. A la fin de la guerre, en 1763, 70000 colons francais, loyaux a leur mere-patrie, sont gouvernes par l’autorite britannique. 0189 French 53:57 min

LA BATAILLE DE L’AMERIQUE,1754-1775 (EPISODE 4A)
001007 VH 54:18 min IJS 2001 Periode: 1754 a 1775. Vers le milieu du XVIII siecle, une vingtaine d’annees suffisent pour modifier la destinee de la Nouvelle-France. La guerre de Sept Ans, annoncee par des escarmouches sur la frontiere de l’Ohio, des 1754, deviendra mondiale et embrasera tout le continent. La forteresse de Louisbourg, symbole de la puissance de l’empire francais, est la cible d’une armee de plus de 27000 militaires, le plus grand debarquement naval ayant eu lieu en Amerique du Nord. 0189 French 54:18 min

collaboration indispensable des Amerindiens, la Compagnie de la baie Hudson puis la Compagnie du NordOuest deviennent de veritables empires et se disputent le territoire. De nombreux explorateurs et cartographes se lancent a la decouverte de l’interieur du continent. Pierre Radisson et Medart Chouart dit Des Groseillers defient les conditions imposees par le gouverneur et se lancent dans une premiere expedition qui les menera dans les Grands Lacs puis, une deuxieme, appuyee cette fois par l’Angleterre,qui les conduira a la baie d’Hudson. 0189 French 54:41 min

LA ROUTE DE L’OUEST, 1670 A 1850 (EPISODE 6B)
001014 VH 53:31 min IJS 2001 Periode: 1670 a 1850. Pierre Gaultier de Varennes, sieur de la Verendry, consacre une partie de sa vie a explorer le territoire et se rend jusqu’aux Rocheuses. Samuel Hearne, en compagnie de son guide Matonabbe, chef Dene, se lance dans une epuisante expedition le long du fleuve Coppermine, dans la region des terres denudees de Barren. Grace a sa determination, l’explorateur Alexander Mackenzie et la premier europeen a atteindre la cote du Pacifique. Des l’age de 14 ans, David Thompson, que deviendra explorateur et geographe, est recrute par la Compagne de la Baie d’Hudson. 0189 French 53:31 min

UNE QUESTION DE LOYAUTE, 1775 a 1815 (EPISODE 5A)
001011 VH 54:47 min IJS 2001 Periode: 1775 a 1815. En 1775, au debut de la Revolution americaine, les rebelles americains envahissent le Canada. Malgre leurs efforts, ils ne parviennent pas a convaincre les Canadiens de prendre les armes contre l’autorite britannique. Cette premiere tentative d’invasion echoue. Apres la revolution, ceux qui etaient demeures fideles a la couronne britannique - les Loyalistes- trouvent refuge au Canada. En tres peu de temps plus de 40000 personnes portant allegeance a la GrandBretagne,s’etablissent en Amerique du Nord britannique, donnant ainsi naissance au Canada anglophone. 0189 French 54:47 min

REBELLIONS ET REFORMES,1815 -1850 (EPISODE 7A)
001008 VH 54:29 min IJS 2001 Periode:1815 a 1850. Dans les annees 1830, la lutte pour l’obtention d’un gouvernement democratique atteint un point culminant. La croissance economique et l’essor demographique des colonies present les reformistes tels que Joseph Howe en NouvelleEcosse, Louis-Joseph Papineau au Bas-Canada et William Lyon Mackenzie au Haut-Canada, a reclamer un regime ministeriel permettant aux representants elus de gerer les affaires internes des colonies. 0189 French 54:29 min

REBELLIONS ET REFORMES, 1815 - 1850 (EPOSIDE 7B)
001015 VH 54:01 min IJS 2001 Periode: 1815 a 1850. En 1837-1838, une affrontement se transforme en rebellions sanglantes dans le Haut et le Bas-Canada et la defaite des Patriotes est suivie d’une repression brutale. Des politiciens anglophones et francophones forment une alliance dans le but de convaincre Londres d’accorder, a ses colonies, un gouvernement responsable. 0189 French 54:01 min

UNE QUESTION DE LOYAUTE, 1775 A 1815 (EPISODE 5B)
001012 VH 53:45 min IJS 2001 Periode: 1775 a 1815. Trente ans plus tard, lors de la deuxieme invasion americaine, en 1812, les batailles de Queenston Heights,Chateauguay et de Lundy’s Lane se soldent par un status quo, figeant les frontieres acutelles et confirmant l’existence d’une presence britannique dans la partie septentrionale de l’Amerique du Nord. Certains y trouveront la gloire comme le General Isaac Brock et le Colonel Charles-Michel de Salaberry; d’autres y perdront leur honneur, tel Benedict Arnold, le celebre traitre de la revolution americaine.Deuil chez les nations autochtones: avec la mort de Tecumseh, le reve de l’alliance de tous les Amerindiens s’evanouit. 0189 French 53:45 min

AU DEBUT DU MONDE,15000 ANS AV.J.C.-1800 (EPISODE 1A)
001009 VH 55:05 min IJS 2001 Periode: 15000 ans av. J.-C. a 1800 apr. J.-C. L’histoire des premiers inhabitants du continent nordamericain a debute il y plus de 15000 ans. Grace a la tradition orale autochtone et a l’archeologie, le passe riche et diversifie des nombreuses societes amerindiennes, etablies sur le territoire qui deviendra le Canada, a partiallement ete reconstitue. Cette histoire revele aussi la perception qu’ont eue les autochtones lors de leurs premiers contacts avec les explorateurs europeens. 0189 French 55:05 min

LE GRAND PROJET, 1850 A 1867 (EPISODE 8B)
001017 VH 54:03 min IJS 2001 Periode: 1850 a 1867. Les debuts de la photographie permettent de saisir des images d’une societe de plus en plus diversifiee: les magnats des chemins de fer, les religeuses secourant les defavorises, les marchands prosperes de Halifax, les refugies noirs du reseau clandestin Underground Railroad, ainsi que les nombreux immigrants irlandais qui s’installent dans les villes. 0189 French 54:03 min

LA ROUTE DE L’OUEST,16701850 (EPISODE 6A)
001013 VH 54:41 min IJS 2001 Periode: 1670 a 1850. La traite des fourrures s’etend des Grands Lacs au Pacifique, grace a de nombreuses expedition vers l’Ouest. Avec la

D’UN OCEAN A L’AUTRE, 1867 A 1873 (EPISODE 9)
001018 VH 53:45 min IJS 2001

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Periode: 1867 a 1873. La Confederation etant a peine devenue une realite, le Dominion du Canada doit faire face a un defi de taille qui consiste a etendre ses frontieres politiques dans les prairies de l’Ouest. L’achat des Territoires du Nord-Ouest par le Canada s’effectue sans le moindre egard pour les Metis etablis dans les Prairies, plus precisement a Riviere-Rouge. En 1869-1870, la resistance organisee par les Metis, et leur representant Louis Riel, precede la creation du Manitoba.Toutefois, ces evenements marquent aussi le debut de tensions soutenues entre francophones et anglophones, catholiques et protestants de cette region. Les frontieres politiques du Canada s’etendent maintenant d’un ocean a l’autre. 0189 French 53:45 min vague d’immigration. 0189 54:10 min French consciption en 1917. Au printemps 1919, la greve generale de Winnipeg reveille la crainte d’une insurrection bolchevique. La stabilite revient brievement au cours des annees 1920. Elle est vite interompue par le krash de la bourse de New York et tout le pays, a l’instar du reste du monde occidental,est alors plonge dans une crise economique sans precedent. 0189 French 53:41 min

LA GRANDE TRANSFORMATION (1896 A 1915) EPISODE 11A
013026 VH 53:36 min IJS 2002 De 1896 a 1915, la croissance demographique, resultant des vagues successives d’immigration, et la croissance economique soutenue, generee par la diversification des exportations et l’essor de la production du ble dans les Prairies, transforment le visage du Canada. Dans les Prairies, des paysans venus de l’Europe, de l’Est recherchent des terres gratuites pour s’y etablir tandis qu’un mouvement d’inspiration socialiste mobilise la classe ouvriere naissante. Le rythme rapide des transformations sociales contribue a exacerber l’intolerance et le racisme, notamment a l’egard des immigrants asiatiques. 0189 French 53:36 min

TEMPS DIFFICILES (1929 A 1940) EPISODE 13A
013030 VH 54:36 min IJS 2002 Dans les annees 1930, l’economie canadienne s’effondre et engendre une crise politique et sociale prolongee dont personne ne connait la solution. La secheresse qui affecte l’agriculture dans les Prairies, forcant des milliers de personnes a abandonner leurs fermes, les camps de travail, l’emeute de Regina, les difficultes economiques dans l’ensemble du pays favorisent l’emergence de nouveaux courants politiques et de nouveaux leaders tels William Aberhart, Maurice Duplessis et Mitchell Hepburn. 0189 French 54:36 min

AU DEBUT DU MONDE,15000 ANS AV.J.C.-1800 (EPISODE 1B)
00109 VH 52:40 min IJS 2001 Periode: 15000 ans av. J.C. a 1800 apr.J.C. Les contacts avec les explorateurs europeens ne se feront pas sans heurts, tel que l’illustre la rencontre en 1534, a Gaspe, entre Jacques Cartier et Donnacona, le chef iroquois, qu’il capturera et amenera en France l’annee suivante. Plus tard, sur la cote du Pacifique, le choc des cultures se manifeste aussi lors de la rencontre entre Maquinna, chef Nootka, et John Jewitt, un marin anglais qui devint son prisonnier puis son ami un peu malgre lui. 0189 French 52:40 min

LA GRANDE TRANSFORMATION (1896 A 1915) EPISODE 11B
013027 VH 54:21 min IJS 2002 Au cours de cette periode, les tensions engendrees par le role que doit jouer le Canada dans l’Empire britannique contribuent a mettre fin au regne de Sir Wilfrid Laurier, en 1911. Lorsque la Premiere Guerre mondiale eclate, en 1914, un vent d’enthousiasme se leve au Canada anglais en faveur de la participation des Canadiens a l’effort militaire. Mais au Canada francais on refuse de combattre pour l’Angleterre, plongeant le pays dans les tensions internes qui entraineront des affrontements muscles. 0189 French 54:21 min

TEMPS DIFFICILES (1929 A 1940) EPISODE 13B
013031 VH 53:44 min IJS 2002 Sur le plan international, la montee du fascisme et la perspective d’une autre guerre mondiale effraient. Lorsque la guerre est declaree, en 1939, le Canada se retrouve pratiquement seul a combattre aux cotes de la GrandBretagne. 0189 French 53:44 min

LA CONQUETE DE L’OUEST (1873 A 1896) EPISODE 10 A
013024 VH 54:13 min IJS 2002 La decennie suivant la Confederation est une periode d’adaptation pour le Dominion du Canada et pour John A. Macdonald, le premier a acceder a la fonction de premier ministre. L’Est canadien, d’une part, dont l’economie repose sure le developpement industriel, est aux prises avec une depression economique et l’exode des Canadiens francais vers les Etats-Unis. D’autre part, dans l’Ouest, une nouvelle revolt, menee par Louis Riel, menace d’eclater. 0189 French 54:13 min

LA PROSPERITE ET LA PEUR (1946 A 1964) EPISODE 15A
013065 VH 54:21 min IJS 2002 Les annees 1960 marquent une periode d’agitation dans tous les domaines : politique, culturel et personnel. Au Quebec, la Revolution tranquille met fin a l’epoque de Duplessis tandis que le mouvement de protestation des jeunes se fait entendre partout au Canada. Avec l’assurance-maladie et d’autres programmes, l’Etat-providence realise ce qui etait impensable dix ans plus tot. 0189 French 54:21 min

L’EPREUVE DU FEU (1915 A 1929) EPISODE 12A
013028 VH 54:28 min IJS 2002 L’importante contribution militaire du Canada pendant la Premiere Guerre mondiale (60000 morts pour une population de huit millions d’habitants) transforme celui-ci aux plans socioeconomique et politique et modifie la place qu-il occupe sur l’echequier mondial au cours des annees 1920. Le courage et la bravoure des combattants et l’horreur engendree par les guerres de tranchees deviennent indissociables des celebres batailles des Canadiens a Ypres, a la Somme, a la Crete de Vimy, a Courcelette a Passchendaele. 0189 French 54:28 min

LA CONQUETE DE L’OUEST (1873 A 1896) EPISODE 10 B
013025 VH 54:10 min IJS 2002 La repression de la rebellion et la volonte implacable de Macdonald de pendre le catholique francophone Louis Riel menacent l’equilibre fragile entre le Quebec et le Canada anglais. Au meme moment, la repartition des pouvoirs entre Ottawa et les provinces ainsi que la question des ecoles au Manitoba suscitent des debats violents. Ce qui n’empechera pas le grand reve de se realiser : un chemin de fer traversera les Prairies qui se peupleront a la faveur d’une importante

LA PROSPERITE ET LA PEUR (1946 A 1964) EPISODE 15B
013066 VH 53:46 min IJS 2002 Deuxieme Partie.Aux Etats-Unis, on manifeste contre la course aux armements et la guerre du Vietnam. Les jeunes adoptent de nouveaux modes de vie qui se refletent sur leur habillement, leur style de coiffure, leurs gouts musicaux et leurs comportement sexuels. Certains font meme usage de la drogue. Au Canada, le phenomene de la Trudeaumanie, en 1968, semble rassembler toutes ces tendances. 0189 French 53:46 min

L’EPREUVE DU FEU (1915 A 1929) EPISODE 12B
013029 VH 53:41 min IJS 2002 Neanmoins, l’effort de guerre au Canada devient source de dechirements importants entre anglophones et francophones, en particulier lors de la crise de la

39 CANADA’S CHARTER OF RIGHTS AND FREEDOMS
9O1343 VH 25 min S Briefly explains the major provisions in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freeedoms.Provides testimony from people who compare their treatment (and violation of rights) with Charter protections.Charter guarantees are discussed in a B.C. context. For use with Unit lll of the Law 12 curriculum. 0809 English 25 min Social Studies

CANADIAN ARCTIC SERIES, THE
106670 VH 80 min I 1987 A 5 SERIES - 1) Discovery and Exploration of the Arctic (the history of the Inuit and their interaction with European explorers etc.), 2) The Nature of the North (the landscape and vegetation), 3) The Arctic Biome (the balance between plant and animal life), 4) Inuit - The People (the blend of tradition and modernization) and 5) The Future North (the issues and challenges faced by Inuit today). 0714 English 80 min

CANADIAN IDENTITY
107430 VH 26 min JS 1992 This video raises questions about identity and what it means to be a Canadian - what do we share as a people, and what makes us unique? Teacher’s guide included. 0265 English 26 min

CANADIAN IMMIGRATION
000825 VH 23 min J 1993 This video provides students with an overview of the influence of immigration in Canadian society. A review of the history of immigration reveals the changing patterns in Canadian immigraion from the 17th century to the present. It also indicates that immigrants have not always found Canada to be a welcoming host. 0267 English 23 min

CANADA’S MAGNIFICENT SNOWBIRDS
105315 VH 50 min IS 1993 This is the story of "Canada’s Magnificent Snowbirds" -The story of those elite Canadian Jet-Pilots whose aerobatic mastery thrills millions every year. Share their "FLIGHT FANTASTIC" !! To become a Snowbird is a childhood dream. For those who hang on to it, who survive the selection gauntlet, the intense training and ultimately form the team, it is a dream come true! 0357 English 50 min

THE CANADIAN COLLECTION SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: THE WAR BETWEEN US [107494]

THE CANADIAN FEDERATION
107530 VH 30 min IS 1980 The film gives an overview of the politics, government, and peoples of Canada, and shows a nation coming to grips with changing priorities. 0714 English 30 min

CANADIAN LANDSCAPE
104933 VH 18 min JS 1995 Canadian Landscape traces the illustrious career of the powerful landscape painter A.Y. Jackson. The camera accompanies him on painting trips to the northern wilderness of Canada, where he discusses the whys and hows of sketching his subject matter. Back in his studio in Toronto, Jackson describes the challenge of transforming on canvas the essence of his sketches. 0714 English 18 min

CANADA’S MAPLE TREE (THE STORY OF THE COUNTRY’S E
104426 VH 30 min I 1995 The Story of the Country’s Emblem. Sing the National Anthem. Celebrate Canada Day in the nation’s capital. Hear how Canada’s distinctive maple leaf flag came to be. Locate five of Canada’s indigenous maples: sugar, broad leaf, Manitoba, silver and red. Journey across Canada to a sugar shack in Quebec, spring blossoms by the Pacific, a tree fort in the prairies, a summer splash on the Atlantic, and the fall colours of Ontario. Closed Captioned for the Hearing Impaired. 0329 English 30 min

CANADIAN HISTORY: EXPLORATION
106571 VH 16 min IS 1992 This video outlines reasons explorers came to Canada; who they were; some of their discoveries; the role of the missionaries and native people in Canadian exploration. Guide and activity cards included. 0372 English 16 min

CANADIAN LITERATURE SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: CAROLINE (CC) [105701]

CANADIAN PORTRAITS
107454 VH 30 min I 1994 We are introduced to six Canadians of different ethnic backgrounds who speak candidly about their successes, the problems they have faced as members of minority groups, and the contributions they have made to our society. These portraits are interwoven with historical photographs and archival footage to suggest the nature and extent of Canada’s multicultural make-up. 0104 English 30 min

CANADIAN HISTORY: SETTLEMENT
106574 VH 15 min I 1992 This video focuses on the reasons early settlers came to Canada; where they settled; the types of settlements they developed; the problems early settlers faced; and the roles played by the English-French Wars and fur trade. Guide and activity cards included. 0372 English 15 min

CANADA’S RESOURCES AND INDUSTRIES
106573 VH 15 min I 1992 Canada’s natural resources where they are found, how they are used and the role played by each in the settlement and development of Canada are discussed. Guide and activity cards are enclosed. 0372 English 15 min

CANADIAN HOLIDAY SERIES
101372 VH 24 min PI 1981 Three delightful presentations to help get your students get more involved in the meaning and traditions of our holidays. Contents: A THANKSGIVING TALE OF TWO TURKEYS; HALLOWEEN ACCORDING TO OLD WEIRD HAROLD; and (HOODOO MCFIGGIN’S CHRISTMAS-preview recommended). 0714 English 24 min

CANADIAN RESOURCES AND INDUSTRIES
000100 VH 16 min IJS 1997 Canada’s natural resources, where they are found, how they are used, and the role played by each in the settlement and development of Canada are discussed. The different types of industries (primary, secondary, and tertiary) found in Canada, the importance of resources to Canada’s industries, and how industries contribute to Canada’s economy are covered. 0372 English 16 min

CANADA’S WEALTH: USING OUR NATURAL RESOURCES
100874 VH 65 min I 1981 A six part exploration of Canada’s natural resources including: 1) Land of Plenty, 2) Fishing, 3) Forestry, 4) Farming, 5) Mining and 6) Energy. 0601 English 65 min

40 CANADIAN STEEL, CHINESE GRIT
002016 VH 48 min IJS 2001 This program delves into the history of the Chinese workers without whom Canada’s national railway, and perhaps the Confederation of Canada itself, could never have been realized. Interviews with Chinese Canadians whose parents and grandparents built the railroad-and indeed the nation-give life to this poignant documentary that retells and rethinks a vital chapter in Canada’s history. 0414 English 48 min

THE CANADIANS SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: THE CANADIANS : NATIVE PEOPLE [107283]

CAPITALISM: CAPITALISM, SOCIALISM, COMMUNISM, SER
100638 VH 24 min IS 1986 This film covers the period from the early stages of the Industrial Revolution in England to the economy of the U.S. today in which capitalism is regulated. 0689 English 24 min

LA CANNE A PECHE
106057 VH 1989 Un conte de Anne Hebert. 0714 ` ` French

CANOPIC JAR (DUAMUTEF)
106738 RE I From the time of the Old Kingdom, the process of mummification involved the use of canopic jars or vessels to store the viscera of the deceased. Each of these receptacles was guarded by one of the "Four Sons of Horus". The human-headed Imseti protected the liver, falcon-headed Kebehsenuef the intestines, Hapi, with the head of an ape watched over the lungs, and jackal-headed Duamutef the stomach. *ONLY THE LIDS OF BOTH CANOPIC JARS MAY BE TAKEN OUT – BOTH BASES ARE HEAVILY DAMAGED* 0366 English

GR.2/3 CAPP NUTRITION KIT: MISSION NUTRITION
019201 KT 20 min P 2001 With ’Mission Nutrition’ students discover the variety of fuels for the body recommended by Canada’s Food Guide to Healthy Eating. Students consider the influence of peers on their attitudes and values regarding food choices. Contents include two videos: Milky Way and Mission Nutrition, binder, poster, book, CD-ROM and web site connections. 0755 English 20 min

QUEBEC CARNIVAL
000435 VH 30 min IJS 1998 One of the country’s most historic cities in the centre of some of the most modern action: the Quebec Winter Carnival. Quebecers are trying to preserve much more than the language - they’re working to save a centuriesold way of life. A traditional look at distinctive Quebec music and dance; a race across the Saint Lawrence, half on water and half on ice - just as it was done long ago; Montmorency Falls,30 meters higher than Ontario’s Niagara Falls, British General Wolfe set up camp here during his march to conquer New France in 1759. 0983 English 30 min

GR.5 CAPP NUTRITION KIT: GROWING WITH GOOD FOOD AND GOOD SEN
019202 KT 25 min I 2001 ’Growing With Good Food and Good Sense’ encourages students to consider factors that influence their attitudes regarding healthy living and body image. Students are encouraged to think about nutrition and health issues affecting Canadian children and youth. Includes two videos: Bone Zone:13:30 min. and Balancing Act:27 min., two binders: Bone Zone manual and Heart Smart Kids workbook. 0755 English 25 min

CANOPIC JAR (HAPI)
106737 RE I From the time of the Old Kingdom, the process of mummification involved the use of canopic jars or vessels to store the viscera of the deceased. Each of these receptacles was guarded by one of the "Four Sons of Horus". The human-headed Imseti protected the liver, falcon-headed Kebehsenuef the intestines, Hapi, with the head of an ape watched over the lungs, and jackal-headed Duamutef the stomach. *ONLY THE LIDS OF BOTH CANOPIC JARS MAY BE TAKEN OUT – BOTH BASES ARE HEAVILY DAMAGED* 0366 English

CANADIAN WAY : GLOBAL WARMING
101075 VH 20 min 1996 THE FIFTH ESTATE SERIES - In times of almost Biblical bad weather, there is renewed concern about global climate change. Environmental experts say that Canadians, who economy is largely based on energy resources, produce more greenhouse gas per capita than anyone else. At the Rio Earth Summit in 1992, Canada announced it would lead the world in reducing those emissions but then, quietly, those public good intentions were undermined by power politics. This video looks at how the fossil fuel industry led the Canadian government to break its promise to the rest of the world. 0189 English 20 min

GR.6 CAPP NUTRITION KIT: NUTRITION AT HOME AND AROUND
019203 KT 20 min I 2001 With ’Nutrition at Home and Around the Globe’, students examine the benefits of good nutrition and exercise as part of a balanced life. They analyze factors that affect global health and nutrition issues. Opportunities are provided to increase students’ awareness of various cultural food habits. Kit #4 contains a resource manual, video, World Food Day Kit, and a book. 0755 English 20 min

CANTERVILLE GHOST, THE (CC)
PR0515 VH 22 min P 1986 This story focuses on the Canterville ghost who is not capable of scaring anyone. When a family moves into the ghost’s castle, the daughter, Virginia, befriends him. The ghost needs someone to accompany him to his grave because 300 years ago no one bid him farewell. 0983 English 22 min Primary

THE CANADIANS : NATIVE PEOPLE
107283 VH 30 min IS 1983 THE CANADIANS SERIES - When the first Europeans arrived here, they failed to understand the complexity of the native cultures. The despair and loss of self experienced by native people are frankly discussed, but there is good news–the new generation of the original Canadians is now speaking out. Haida artist Robert Davidson, and community members working at the Vancouver Indian Centre, talk about some of these changes. 0189 English 30 min

CAPTAIN JAMES COOK (1728-1779)
HI0213 VH 54 min 1975 EXPLORERS SERIES - In August 1768, Captain James Cook began a historic voyage of nearly forty-two thousand miles that took nearly three years. The ship circumnavigated the globe via Cape Horn and the Cape of Good Hope, many times coming close to disaster. In the end, Cook succeeded and established himself as one of the greatest explorers and navigators the world has ever seen. 0076 English 54 min

CAPITAL WITH TWO BULL HEADS
106765 RE I The colossal original is made of grey marble and measures 8 meters in height. It is from Persia, of the Achaemenid Period, during the rule of Artaxerxes II, (504 - 362 B.C.). English

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History

CAROLINE
106074 VH 25 min 1988 (Serie CANADIAN LITERATURE) Une ` jeune metis perd sa famille et va vivre ` avec ses grands-parents. La fillette est rapidement acceptee par les enfants ` mais est constamment rejetee par son ` grand-pere qui est encore en colere ` ` contre sa fille qui s’etait mariee, dans ` ` un autre tradition que celle des peuples autochtones. Finalement, le grandpere peut surmonter et expliquer ses ` sentiments de rancune envers sa petite-fille el la video se termine par ` une reunion emotive et heureuse. ` ` Cette video est basee sur la nouvelle ` ` de W.P. Kinsella. English version: 813 VR 161. 0104 French 25 min

CAPTURING THE COSMOS
102238 VH 11 min 1994 This video provides examples of astrophotography using inexpensive cameras and telescopes. This is a practical guide for the amateur astronomer. From the GALACTIC ENCYCLOPEDIA Series. and IRP006 0104 English 11 min

outbreak in New Jersey. Hepatitis is a disease that affects the liver and has been known to cause death. Over fifty cases of hepatitis were reported within a three-week period, with one restaurant as its source. Viewers should follow the steps to identify personal hygiene as the cause of the outbreak. 0104 English 9 min

CASEY AT THE BAT
105657 VH 52 min IS 1986 Shelley Duval’s Tall Tales and Legends. It’s the summer of 1888, and baseball is still in its infancy. Mudville is ruled by Boss Undercrawl, who wants to use the local stadium as a dumpsite for his factory. Enter Casey, a down on his luck baseballer who spends more time on the bench than in the field. 0807 English 52 min

CAREERS IN BIOLOGY
001701 VH 18 min S 2003 The biological sciences offer a vast array of career choices. These involve many different working environments, and present different kinds of opportunities and challenges. Using real world examples, this video introduces various jobs that involve working with living organisms. Fields covered include: Ecology, Medical Science,Veterinary Science, Environmental Science, Food Production & Technology, Molecular Biology. 0267 English 18 min

CAROLINE (CC)
105701 VH 25 min 1984 CANADIAN LITERATURE SERIES - In this video, a young Metis loses her family and goes to live with her grandparents. The girl is readily accepted by the local children, but faces constant rejection by her grandfather, who still harbours resentments towards his own daughter for having married outside the traditions of First Nations peoples. The video is based on the short story, The Sense She Was Born With, by W.P. Kinsella. French version: 843 VR 025. 0571 English 25 min

CASSATT,MARY:IMPRESSIONIST FROM PHILADELPHIA
104896 VH 30 min JS 1989 Cassatt’s personal story - the years in Paris, her relationship with Degas, the influence of her socially prominent Phil adelphia familyis told with on-location footage and stills. The best examples of her work have been collected here, revealing the quality, variety and originality of this great 19th century painter. 0983 English 30 min

CAREERS IN THE LIFE SCIENCES
200236 DV 25 min JS 2007 This program explores a variety of careers within the Life Sciences field and highlights unique opportunities worldwide. Information on individual careers can be chunked. Effective technical aspects assist in keeping viewers on task. Useful for science and biology teachers who want to promote career opportunities within the field, as well as for Health and Career Education 9 or Planning 10 teachers. 0414 English 25 min

CARTES POSTALES DU CANADA
200202 DV 41:14 min IJ 2007 Voyage spectaculaire dans le temps et l’espace Cartes du Canada invite a un survol epoustouflant des splendeurs de ce pays. C’est aussi l’histoire d’un immense desert de glace et d’eau qui cachait des richesses impressionnanates et s’est transforme en vastes etendues sauvages. 0714 French 41:14 min

CASTLE
104758 VH 57 min IS 1988 Castle combines colorful animation with live-action documentary sequences to tell the story of a 13th century Welsh castle. Author David Macaulay, who wrote and illustrated the best-selling book of the same title, leads viewers on a tour of an ancient Welsh castle, explaining the castle’s cultural and sociological significance as well as its architectural design. 0788 English 57 min

CARGO ET BEAUX PLUMAGES (CC)
106079 VH 26 min 1992 (Serie LES INTREPIDES) Dans cet ` episode, Alberto, un garcon de 14 ans ` ¸ engage sur un cargo, decouvre un ` ` complot de commerce illegal d’oiseaux ` exotiques. Avec les "intrepides" et la ` police, Alberto reussit a faire echouer ` ` ` ce complot et a sauver les oiseaux y. ` Francais Langue Premiere K-7 0104 ¸ ` French 26 min

CARTOONING AND CARICATURES
000887 VH 15 min IJ 1999 DOODLE SERIES - This video uses animated figures and is very informative and entertaining. 0167 English 15 min

CASTORS
002068 VH 9:14 min IJ 2002 Have beavers become a nuisance to Canadians? In the past, the solution was to destroy beavers’ dams or simply kill them. The video shows how a forest ranger in Rossburn, Alberta, has found an ingenious way to protect both our national animal and our waters. 0414 French 9:14 min

(RESTAURANTS - SANITATION)
000216 VH 3 min JS 1991 FOODSAFE SERIES - This program shows, using ultraviolet light, how unsafe handwashing practices and serving methods can spread contaminants to many surfaces: dishes, food and implements. 0104 English 3 min

CARMANAH
102894 VH 24 min IJ 1991 Dr. Suzuki and the children explore one of the most beautiful temperate rain forests in the world, the Carmanah Valley in Vancouver Island. They visit a research camp, climb to the top of a giant Sitka spruce tree and witness both the incredible diversity of plant and animal life. 0645 English 24 min

THE CAT CAME BACK
105457 VH 8 min PS 1988 An animated rendition of the famous children’s song -THE CAT CAME BACK. Plagued by the persistent return of a little yellow cat, the film traces the hilarious, progressively manic attempts by old Mr. Johnson to get rid of it. 0714 English 8 min

CASE HISTORY NO.2 : HEPATITIS "A"
000205 VH 9 min JS 1986 FOODSAFE SERIES - Covers an actual case history of a hepatitis

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105654 VH 30 min 1989 Vibrant animation, lively music and clever lyrics spark this joyous journey into the unique and instructive world of Dr. Seuss. In the Cat in the Hat, two young children face the sad prospect of rainy day boredom. 0807 English 30 min

the Alliance system and the fall of Bismarckian diplomacy, the Schlieffen Plan and the July Crisis. , 0267 English 20 min

CELL BIOLOGY : THE NUCLEUS
102889 VH 13 min JS 1988 The role of the central cellular structure and its functions are discussed. We learn about DNA, genes, chromosomes, cell division, mitosis, etc. 0299 English 13 min

THE CAVES OF ALTAMIRA
104721 VH 26 min JS 1989 The 20,000 year-old caves of Altamira rank among the greatest-and the least knownmonuments of man’s pre-history. Shows the magnificent cave paintings. 0380 English 26 min

CAT, THE (CC)
PR0418 VH 11 min P 1989 This program follow three young kittens, as they participate in several adventures. Viewers gain a better understanding of cats as they develop their skills and learn about the environment. This program further helps viewers learn the many sides of a cat’s character. 0983 English 11 min Primary

CELL DIVISION
000139 VH 17 min J 1995 This video introduces the student to cell division, outlining the process of mitosis and meiosis with actual pictures and graphics. An ideas summary is included at the end. 0104 English 17 min

THE CAY
105726 VH 13 min I 1995 When the freighter on which they are travelling is torpedoed by a German submarine during World War II, an adolescent white boy, blinded by a blow on the head, and an old black man are stranded on a tiny Caribbean island where the boy acquires a new kind of vision, courage, and love from his old companion. 0269 English 13 min

CELL DIVISION: MITOSIS, MEIOSIS AND CYTOKINESIS
001789 VH 20 min JS 2002 Living organisms depend on the complex and wondrous process of cell division for their creation and survival. This video unravels the mystery of cell division using clear and simple animation, together with exceptional microphotographic images of cell division occurring in animal and plant cells. 0414 English 20 min

CATHEDRAL
104753 VH 30 min IA 1985 Animated version of Cathedral tells the story of the construction of Notre Dame de Beaulieu, a fictional gothic cathedral in medieval France. Also shows what life was like in a medieval city. 0788 English 30 min

CELEBRATE
101441 VH 22 min I 1994 This program uses a video magazine format to tell four feature stories, each about a different celebration: Pow Wow (Native American), Kwanzaa (African American), Three Kings Day (Latin America), and Chinese New Year. Each story includes background information and a child’s eye perspective of the celebration. 0299 English 22 min

CATS: CARESSING THE TIGER
103652 VH 59 min PS 1991 Worshipped in ancient Egypt persecuted during medieval times, domestic cats over the centuries have been adored and feared. Today, cats outnumber dogs as America’s favourite pet. 0689 English 59 min

THE CELL: HOW IT WORKS
000283 VH 22 min JS 1997 An introduction to the most amazing construction we could ever meet, the living cell,the smallest part of an organism that is able to function on its own. It begins by noting that cells can live by themselves or with other cells in tissue. Following the introduction of a model cell, each of its parts are highlighted and labelled and very briefly described,then it goes back and examines them in more detail, emphasizing what each does. 0267 English 22 min

CELEBRATING TOGETHER
101373 VH 34 min KP 1991 Focuses on celebrations by three specific ethnic groups: Jewish, Inuit and West Indian. Your students will appreciate the contributions of these communities in the context of Canadian festivals. 0714 English 34 min

CATS : THE WORLD 0F PETS SERIES
104492 VH 16 min PI 1985 This film explores the life of the house cat from the time of its birth, through its early months of development, to adulthood. 0689 English 16 min

CELEBRATING TOGETHER SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: JUMP-UP : CARIBBEAN CARNIVAL IN CANADA (CC) [101446] TOONIK TIME : AN INUIT SPRING FESTIVAL (CC) [107245]

CELLS AND LIFE
102935 VH 16 min 1990 CELLS SERIES - Examines the structure and function of plant and animal cells using micro-photography and time-lapse sequences to illustrate movement, feeding, and reproduction of unicellular organisms. Parts of a typical cell are listed and described before a brief history of cell study concludes the presentation. 0104 English 16 min

CATTLE (CC)
PR0405 VH 11 min P 1986 With close-up photography, this program explains the basic life cycle of cattle and shows how female cattle, better known as cows, supply us with most of the milk we drink every day. Tells about the four-stomach digestion system of the cow. 0983 English 11 min Primary

CELEBRATION OF THE RAVEN
000909 VH 12 min JSA 1981 This video traces the evolution of Bill Reid’s celebrated sculpture, "The raven and the first men", concluding with its unveiling by Prince Charles. 0657 English 12 min

CELLS AND MOLECULES
001748 VH 14:59 min JS 2003 This program introduces the process and structures of living cells. It tells the story of how cells evolved, examines the kinds of cells, dissects the molecules of life, and presents a grand view of the topics to be covered in detail. English 14:59 min

CAUSES OF WORLD WAR 1: THE GREAT WAR
000439 VH 20 min S 1999 Using archival footage dating back to 1896, this program investigates the causes of the most influential event of the 20th Century- the ’Great War’. It examines the three ’isms’ : Militarism, Nationalism, Imperialism, as well as

CELL BIOLOGY : CYTOPLASM
102890 VH 14 min S 1988 How cytoplasm acquires building-block molecules, converts them into fuel, and makes new cell structures and products. The protein assembly process and coded genetic instructions are also explained. 0299 English 14 min

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000878 VH 15 min S 1998 SCIENCE KEY CONCEPTS : BIOLOGY SERIES - This video illustrates, using a combination of live photography, microscopy of living cells, and computer graphics, the following concepts about cells and tissues: the structure and tissues of animal and plant cell division: mitosis and meiosis. BC LRN English 15 min

C’EST LA FETE, CHARLIE BROWN
101375 VH 60 min PI 1990 Venez rire avec Snoopy et ses amis! C’est la fete d’Halloween. Tous les ` enfants s’amusent dans les rues, se deguisent comme au "Mardi Gras" et ` font plein de blagues dans le quartier. 0611 French 60 min

A family works and saves in order to buy a replacement chair for furniture lost in a fire. Also a visit to the New York Fire Academy where the viewer learns the importance of working together, with everyone knowing their own jobs and responsibilities. 0104 English 30 min

CHALLENGE FROM DAWSON
105308 VH 23 min IS 1994 From the Yukon Gold Rush comes the amazing story of the Klondike Hockey Team. Seven prospectors travel from Dawson City to Ottawa by foot, bicycle, dog-sled, stage-coach, boat and train to reach their ultimate goal, the Stanley Cup! This trek across Canada would become one of sports’ greatest adventures. 0822 English 23 min

C’EST NOEL, CHARLIE BROWN
101374 VH 60 min PI 1990 L’equipe des "ALL STARS". Un avant ` gout ... de l’ete avec Snoopy, Charlie ˆ ` ` Brown et leurs amis. 0611 French 60 min

CELLS SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: CELLS AND LIFE [102935]

CELMATES (CC)
104991 VH 12 min IS 1992 This program explores the works of three Canadian animators, using humour and clips from cartoons. The steps in animation from the storyboard, line testing, and ink painting to cel creation and filming are shown through an engaging format. This video is also useful in exploring art careers as it highlights process and attitudes required in animating. Visual Arts 8-10 0104 English 12 min

CEZANNE,PAUL:THE MAN AND THE MOUNTAIN
104892 VH 60 min JS 1988 Richly illustrated with his paintings and with views of the countryside, the story opens with both peers and critics, and traces Cezanne’s career to this final recognition as the "father of modern painting". 0983 English 60 min

CHALLENGING THE GIFTED IN THE REGULAR CLASSROOM
000218 VH 50 min T 1998 This video program is designed for K-8 teachers, administrators,parents, school board members and others who are interested in improving the education of gifted learners in the regular classroom. The videotape and Facilitator’s Guide provide an introduction to differentiation of instruction for gifted learners. Provides an overview of traits and needs of gifted learners, illustrates sample strategies that are useful, and shows examples of differentiation for gifted learners at several grade levels. 0054 English 50 min

CG KIDS: CHARLOTTETOWN: THE BIRTHPLACE OF CONFEDERATION
013332 DV 25 min IJ 2006 Sid and Cat are in Charlottetown, the capital of Prince Edward Island in search of Anne with an E. Along the way they discover that there’s more to PEI than just potatoes! 0058 English 25 min

CENTRAL AMERICA: FINDING NEW WAYS (2ND EDITION)
000509 VH 17 min IJS 1990 Linking North and South America are six republics with two merging cultures - Spanish and Mayan. Most of the 16 million people are of mixed blood (mestizos). Lives are dominated by the feudal system of wealthy landowners and poor peasants. This program shows how the poor live and work, and the many programs instituted by the government to re-distribute land, modernize farming, diversify crops and develop industries. 0350 English 17 min

CG KIDS:IQALUIT:NEWEST TERRITORY, ANCIENT LAND
013331 DV 25 min IJ 2006 Sid and Cat head north to Iqaluit, the capital city of Nunavut where tradition blends with modern living. Canadian Geographic Kids are designed to enlighten young Canadians about their geography, ecology and culture of their country through on-location experiences that will captivate their hearts and minds! 0058 English 25 min

THE CHAMPIONS, PT. 1: UNLIKELY WARRIORS
107451 VH 57 min JS 1988 Unlikely Warriors pieces together the formative years of Pierre Trudeau and Rene Levesque, the champions of ` ` separate causes. For over twenty-five years their careers overlapped and their philosophies criss-crossed. 0714 English 57 min

CEREMONIAL RELIEF (SAITE PERIOD)
106742 RE The jackal-headed god Anubis, protector of the dead, is depicted on this carved relief. (12" X 8" black slab) 0002 English

A CHANCE TO DANCE
000577 VH 20 min S 1995 FROM HERE TO DEMOCRACY SERIES - This video of the series "From Here to Democracy" looks at the economic situation facing young Russians and includes a segment that is also used in "From Marx to McDonalds", a good overview of the change from a command to a market economy. 0104 English 20 min

CHAGALL: PORTRAIT OF AN ARTIST
104891 VH 55 min JS 1985 For nearly eighty years, Marc Chagall captivated generations of art lovers and frustrated his critics. This video was made very shortly before his death in 1985, takes the viewer on a journey through time amd place on the trail of this enigmatic artist. 0983 English 55 min

LE CERVEAU HUMAIN
103857 VH 24 min JS 1988 Voici une exploration du fonctionnement du cerveau et une presentation des ` decouverts qui ont ete faites a partir de ` ` ` ` l’etude de quelques uns de ses ` desordres. 0665 French 24 min `

LE CHANDAIL
105831 VH 10 min PS 1990 Supposons que votre club de hockey prefere soit les Canadiens et que tous le enfants de votre village ou votre ville portent fierement le chandail bleu, blanc, rouge de cette equipe. 0714 French 10 min

A CHAIR FOR MY MOTHER CESAR CHAVEZ (SPANISH VERSION)
100768 VH 30 min 0561 English JS 30 min 1995 105746 VH 30 min K 1987 READING RAINBOW SERIES - Host Le Var Burton initially introduces the topic of teamwork via a choreographed dance segment. The feature book, A Chair For My Mother, is then presented.

44 CHANDLER’S MILL
107481 VH 29 min IJ 1994 Through the use of historical reenactment, Chandler’s Mill explores the issues of child labour, workers’ rights and union organizing in 19th century Canada. It illustrates the struggle waged by ordinary people to defend their rights and provides a glimpse of an important period in Canadian labour history. 0714 English 29 min

CHARLOTTE DIAMOND PRESENTS DIAMONDS AND DRAGONS
105072 VH 30 min KP 1989 Come with Charlotte on this musical adventure with her Hug Bug Band . Join in the fun! You can clap and sing along with favourites from her award-winning recordings. 0456 English 30 min

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CHEMISTRY: THE PERIODIC TABLE AND PERIODICITY
102512 VH 24 min JS 1991 Each of the chemical elements has its own unique physical and chemical properties. The fact that there is a pattern to these properties led to the development of the periodic table, a remarkable way of organizing these patters. Animation succinctly develops the relationship between the electronic structure of an atom and its properties, demonstrating clearly why there are families of elements and gradual changes in the properties of elements arranged by atomic number across the table. 0299 English 24 min

CHARLOTTE’S WEB
101828 VH 90 min PIPI E.B. White’s classic story of friendship between a spider and a pig. 0983 English 90 min

CHANGING EARTH SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: EARTHQUAKES (CC) [102601] VOLCANOES (CC) [102598]

CHANTING WITH SONJA DUNN
000895 VH 60 min P 1990 It explores ten chants to illustrate how chants can be used as effective instructional tools. The complete chants are included in the accompanying reproducible handbook. 0574 English 60 min

CHARLY
105584 VH 104 min JS 1968 The story of a man with the mind of a child who undergoes neurosurgery to improve learning. Charly’s emotional growth is slower and his maturity supremely tested. 0204 English 104 min

CHERRIES AND CHERRY PITS
105619 VH 15 min 1992 Based on the book by Vera B. Williams, about a little girl who loves to draw pictures and tell stories about the pictures she draws. 0907 English 15 min

THE CHARACTERS OF MACBETH
001715 VH 16 min JS 2001 SCHOOL SHAKESPEARE SERIES It’s kings, killings, and kilts. Kilts? That’s right, the Standard Deviants continue their discussion of William Shakespeare’s Macbeth. They explore the ambitious title character himself, Macbeth!, his conniving wife, Lady Macbeth, Banquo and of course, those three hateful hags, the witches! 0574 English 16 min

LE CHAT COLLA...
000063 VH 8 min PS 1989 Inspiree d’une chanson folklorique centenaire, voici l’histoire d’un vieux monsieur qui ne reussit pas a se debarrasser d’un petit chat jaune quie persiste a revinir chez lui, malgre ses efforts desesperes pour l’en dissauder. (Quinze prix incluant un Genie a Toronto et une nomination pour un Oscar a Hollywood.) 0714 French 8 min

CHICKENS AREN’T THE ONLY ONES (CC)
PR0447 VH 30 min P 1986 READING RAINBOW SERIES - The book explains, in biological terms, other creatures who lay eggs or have babies. Host LeVar Burton poses as a reporter from "EGG-TV" to investigate the egghatching process. Following this, LeVar visits Florida and viewers are shown live footage of a turtle’s birthing process. 0264 English 30 min Primary

CHAUCER
105875 VH 28 min S 1988 The Prologue to the Canterbury Tales is presented here in Middle English (with modern subtitles on screen); "The Pardoner’s Tale" is acted out. 0380 English 28 min

CHARIOTEER FROM DELPHI (C. 470 B.C.)
106791 RE IJS The original life-size statue formed a part of a group, together with the chariot and a team of horses, and stood on the temple terrace at Delphi. Only the figure of this charioteer, fragments of the chariot and parts of the horse’s hind legs have been preserved. 0006 English

CHIEFS AND CHAMPIONS
For descriptions see individual titles: ALWYN MORRIS [002179]

CHAUCER’S ENGLAND
E00641 VH 30 min IJS 1958 The program opens with the first lines of the "Prologue" to the Canterbury Tales, recited in Middle English; and presents a dramatization of the Pardoner’s Tale an ironic story of the folly of avarice. 0983 English 30 min English/Language Arts

CHILD DEVELOPMENT : PRENATAL TO BIRTH
013073 VH 13 min J 1993 This resource is a 13-minute video on child development from prenatal to birth. It is a concise, clear overview of conception through fetal development to birth. There is considerable emphasis placed on healthy prenatal practices including nutrition, exercise, rest, and the importance of not smoking, or taking drugs or alcohol. 0104 English 13 min

CHARLES CHARRON DIT CABANA, VOYAGEUR
002098 VH 52 min J 2002 ORIGINES SERIES - Qui etaient nos ancetres? Quelles etaient leurs occupation quotidiennes? Quels defis ont-ils releves? D’ou viennent nos noms de famille? Origines raconte l’histoire passionnante du peuplement de la Nouvelle-France en nous faisant decouvrir la vie quotidienne de nos ancetres. 0414 French 52 min

LA CHAUVE-SOURIS ET LA MONARQUE (CC)
106076 VH 26 min 1992 (Serie LES INTREPIDES) Dans cet ` episode, Alice, une jeune qui se ` passionne pour l’entomologie, apprend qu’un criminel projette de s’emparer ` des papillons de l’Insectarium de Montreal au cours de la ceremonie ` ` ` d’inauguration. Quoi faire pour reconnaˆtre le voleur parmi les invites ı ` deguises en bibites en cette nuit ` ` d’halloween? Francais Langue ¸

CHILD OF THE ANDES
106636 VH 28 min IS 1990 A warm portrait of a traditional Indian village in Peru - as seen through the eyes of 12 year-old Sebastiana Quispe. 0714 English 28 min

CHARLIE NEEDS A CLOAK
101735 VH 8 min P Animation. From the book by Tomie de Paola. 1037 English 8 min

45 CHILDREN IN AUTUMN
E00806 VH 12 min P 1986 As Kristy and her three friends wander through woods and gardens, they see, taste, and touch the wonders of autumn. Their adventures help students learn about how plants, animals, and people adjust to autumn’s cool weather, short days, and changing food supply. Students also discover the joys of observing seasonal changes. 0983 English 12 min English/Language Arts and loves to play soccer. Sometimes he feels different from the other children because he wears a turban (11:55); I’ll find a way is a documentary about a nine-year-old with spina bifida and won ten international awards, including an Oscar. The film soars on Nadia’s vitality and wit, her breezy quips about classmates, and her gutsy approach to life (25:47). 0714 English 54:10 min memories of a Christmas gone by. 0553 English 55 min

CHILKOOT TRAIL
000841 VH 23:05 min JSA 1998 HISTORY LANDS SERIES - This video describes the Chilkoot, "the meanest 32 miles in history". Between 1897 and 1899, thirty thousand people crossed the Chilkoot Trail en route to the gold fields of the Klondike. 0604 English 23:05 min

CHILDREN OF CANADA 3
106612 VH 51 min PI Three films on one video: 1. My Friends Call Me Tony - an almost blind boy cooks, plays hockey and hunts for stars. 2. Beautiful Lennard Island - the son of the lighthouse keeper shows us his life on an island with a population of four. 3. It’s Just Better - ten children and their mother pitch in on a Cape Breton farm. 0714 English 51 min

CHINA
002008 VH 30:21 min JS 2004 HISTORY’S ANCIENT LEGACIES SERIES - Human beings have constructed many remarkable monuments, but only one man-made structure can be seen from the surface of the moon. The Great Wall of China remains the greatest creation of a remarkable Asian people, but it is not the only one, as this fascinating program reveals. 0414 English 30:21 min

CHILDREN IN SPRING AND SUMMER
E00807 VH 15 min P 1986 With a little help from his friends, young Terry awakens viewers to the unique sights, smells, sounds, and textures of spring and summer. Students see that the spring and summer months bring changes in weather and in the behaviours of people, plants, and animals. Most important, students discover that they can best increase their enjoyment and understanding of the world by becoming aware of their ever-changing environment. 0983 English 15 min English/Language Arts

CHILDREN OF THE HOLOCAUST
000799 VH 51 min JS 1998 A million and a half Jewish children were murdered by Hitler’s Nazi’s and their Fascist allies. When Allied forces liberated Europe just seven percent of Jewish children had survived Hitler’s hell. "Children of the Holocaust" tells the story of four of them, their courage, ingenuity and extraordinary maturity. And the video also reveals the story of hidden children- those entrusted to non-Jewish families-who faced the war alone and frightened, not knowing whether they would see their parents again. 0585 English 51 min

CHINA: A NEW LOOK
107028 VH 24 min JSA 1988 An informative survey of contemporary China, from family life to markets, temples, factories and farms. 0491 English 24 min

CHILDREN IN WINTER (2ND EDITION)
E00808 VH 11 min P 1986 What are some of the ways that plants, people, and animals adapt to winter? Chipmunks hibernate, buffalo grow fur coats, trees shed their leaves, and children build snowmen. Focusing on these and other adaptations, this program encourages children to carefully observe the winter season. 0983 English 11 min English/Language Arts

CHINA: GEOGRAPHY & HISTORY OF THE NORTH
001747 VH 26 min JS 2002 The area of the Yangtze River and north is explored, with emphaasis on the great cities of Shanghai,Suzhou, Hanghou, Beijing and Xian. The historical significance of cultural monuments s well as modern development is examined 0585 English 26 min

ELMO SAYS BOO!
000369 VH 30 min KP 1997 CHILDREN’S TELEVISION WORKSHOP : SESAME STREET SERIES - Look who’s come to visit The Count’s spooky castle. It’s Elmo! Is he scared? Only for a second because soon he’s having a howling good time as his Sesame Street friends stir up some spirited fun. Get ready for nonstop jokes, songs and spooky surprises with Telly, Baby Bear, Bert and Ernie. (Good for Halloween) NBS English 30 min

CHILDREN OF CANADA 1
000918 VH 51:33 min PI 1994 Julie O’Brien is an 11-year-old who lives in Tors Cove, Newfoundland. A fine mix of the traditional and the contemporary are the ingredients for her good start in life (18:52); Benoit, also 11, lives in Joliette, Quebec. Steadfast in his love for the violin, he also enjoys lifting weights (20:23); My name is Susan Yee focuses on a young Chinese-Canadian Montrealer who provides a unique view of her city (12:18). 0714 English 51:33 min

CHINA SINCE MAO
9O1123 VH 25 min I 1986 TWENTIETH CENTURY HISTORY SERIES - This program outlines leadership and policy changes in China since Mao’s death in 1976: the trial of the Gang of Four, the dismantling of the communes, the beginning of private enterprise, growing links with the West, and the future of Hong Kong. 0076 English 25 min Social Studies

CHILDREN’S TELEVISION WORKSHOP : SESAME STREET
For descriptions see individual titles: ELMO SAYS BOO! [000369]

CHILDREN OF CANADA 2
000919 VH 54:10 min PI 1994 Kevin Alec is a boy who likes what he’s doing. On the Mountain Reserve near Lillooet, B.C., this 11-year-old benefits from a closeness that binds generations of his family together (16:28); Gurdeep Singh Bains is a 13-year-old boy who lives on a busy dairy farm in Chilliwack, B.C. and who attends the Sikh temple

A CHILD’S CHRISTMAS IN WALES
101419 VH 55 min IJS 1987 The award-winning holiday production of the classic Dylan Thomas poem. It’s Christmas Eve, and the radiant anticipation of the next day will not allow young Thomas to sleep. Stirred by his beloved grandson’s enthusiasm, Old Geraint relates his touching

CHINA: THE QUIET REVOLUTION
107035 VH 44 min I 1994 CNN Correspondent Mike Chinoy retraces a visit he made to China in 1973. As he recreates the journey two decades later, he talks with the same farmers, educators, guides and other individuals who paint a different picture of the China they introduced him to on his first tour. Students and teachers of History, Government, Economics and

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World Cultures will find Chinoy’s presentation a fascinating one, as he compares the two Chinas of the past 20 years. 0274 English 44 min

CHOOSING FOODS WITH JACK THE APPLE
000802 VH 11 min KP 1999 Jack the Apple visits a family that is preparing for a birthday party for 5year-old twins. Jack sings songs that explain healthy food choices, appropriate portions, and creative food preparation. The importance of eating three healthy meals a day, how to make healthy snacks, and smart beverage choices, like milk, water, or juice are all reviewed. 0585 English 11 min

because it may come true. 0983 English 20 min Primary

CHINA WITH JIANG YUE
013375 DV 15 min PI 2005 Follow twelve year-old Jiang Yue as she gives a guided tour of her city, Shanghai. The viewer is introduced to her home, historical buildings, gardens, markets and cultural landmarks such as the opera.The global connections with present-day China are also mentioned in this fast-paced production. 0373 English 15 min

A CHRISTMAS GIFT
101437 VH 65 min I 1992 A collection of 8 Christmas stories. 1) The Great Toy Robbery, 2) The Story of Christmas, 3) The Sweater, 4) December Lights, 5) The Energy Carol, 6) An Old Box, 7) The Magic Flute and 8) Christmas Cracker. 0714 English 65 min

LES CHOSES CHANGENT: SOLIDES, LIQUIDES, GAZ
L00501 VH 10 min P 1969 Illustration de la transformation de la matiere selon les variations du milieu ` ambiant et de la temperature. It ` illustrates the transformation of matter according to variations in the environment and temperature. 0663 French 10 min Languages

CHRISTMAS IN PIONEER TIMES
101359 VH 15 min PS 1975 Set in the authentic surroundings of a small, rural community in the 1850’s, this film depicts how three families of different religious beliefs and ethnic origins prepare and enjoy the special foods and celebrations of Christmas. 0495 English 15 min

LA CHINE
107029 VH 29 min JS 1991 Un reportage du journaliste du Point Jean-Francois Lepine, gagnant du prix ¸ ` Gemeaux 1988, qui dresse le bilan ` culturel et social de la Chine 10 ans apre Mao. 0909 French 29 min `

CHINESE CAFES IN RURAL SASKATCHEWAN
107518 VH IS Documents the origins of Chinese communities in rural Saskatchewan by tracing the popularity of Chinese cafes. Uses archival photographs to present the experiences of Chinese immigrants from the turn of the century to the present. English

CHRISTIE HARRIS MOUSE WOMAN AND PORCUPINE HUNTER
105704 VH 17 min I Recasts an Indian legend to create a truly Canadian form of fantasy for your children. This excerpt shows Mouse Woman’s efforts to maintain order in the world despite the interference of mischief makers. 0599 English 17 min

CHRISTMAS OF OLD
101366 VH 18 min PJ 1990 The warmth of pioneer Christmas is captured forever in this heartwarming video. Students view the Christmas holiday traditions of the early 1800’s in Canada. 0066 English 18 min

CHRISTMAS TREE
101443 VH 7 min P 1993 A beautiful evergreen teaches a woodsman and his son a valuable lesson in this Yuletide tale. When father and son try to cut down the tree, it comes to life and jumps out of the way. Later, the tree must travel to the woodsman’s house to get help for the forest animals who are unable to find food. 0506 English 7 min

CHOCOLATE FEVER
105660 VH 25 min PI 1989 No one loves chocolate more than Henry Green. In fact Henry has eaten so much of it that he starts to break out... with chocolate freckles! 0807 English 25 min

A CHRISTMAS CAROL
101381 VH 87 min IS 1985 This is the first videocassette release by the critically acclaimed Tyrone Guthrie Theatre of Minneapolis, treats the transformation of Scrooge in a most creative and exciting way. 0049 English 87 min

CHOKING: TO SAVE A LIFE (REVISION)
000526 VH 12 min IJS 1989 What would you do if a friend were choking on a piece of food? This video demonstrates choking rescue techniques that could help you save a life - maybe even your own. Trained paramedics demonstrate the back blow, the abdominal thrust and the finger probe. The video also explains how to avoid choking situations. 0350 English 12 min

A CHRISTMAS CAROL
101393 VH 70 min JS 1951 In this adaptation of Charles Dickens’ classic "Christmas Story", Alastair Sim (Scrooge) learns the meaning of Christmas and giving. 0983 English 70 min

CHRISTMAS TREE TRAIN
101369 VH 25 min PI 1991 HOLIDAY SERIES - Follow Buttons and Rusty and board a train full of Christmas trees that is heading for the city. 0772 English 25 min

A CHRISTMAS CAROL
IGLA06 VH 88 min IS 1951 Alistair Sim stars as Ebenezer Scrooge in the classic Charles Dickens tale. 0420 English 88 min

CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS (1451-1506)
HI0215 VH 52 min I 1975 EXPLORERS SERIES - The program opens on the sighting of the New World, which Columbus believed to be the gateway to China. The program recounts his explorations of the Caribbean Islands, his return trip to Spain, and his eventual failures as administrator of the new Spanish colonies. 0076 English 52 min History

THE CHOLESTEROL FACTOR
103866 VH 46 min IS A Nature of Things program. Answers questions about cholesterol and shows how the liver manufactures cholesterol and removes from the bloodstream most of the excess that can result from the food we eat. . 0192 English 46 min

CHRISTMAS EVERY DAY (CC)
PR0505 VH 20 min P 1986 Lilley makes a wish for Christmas to come every day. When the Christmas fairy appears, her wish is granted. After 250 days of Christmas, everyone is sick of Christmas. Lilley learns that you have to be careful what you wish for

47 CHRISTOPHER HOUSE
105184 VH 28 min JS 1987 THE DANCEMAKERS DANCE SERIES - Christopher House joined the Toronto Dance Theatre in 1979 and quickly proved his abilities as an outstanding choreographic talent. Features excerpts from Glass Houses, Animated Shorts (1984), and Schubert Dances (1985). [Discussion guide for videos 792 VR 801 through 792 VR 806.] 0324 English 28 min Primary

CIRCULATION
103915 VH 30 min JS 1978 INTRODUCING BIOLOGY SERIES Blood, the substance transported by the circulatory system, is the topic that opens this program. The components of the blood, both solids and liquids, are identified, and the three kinds of blood cells are described. Special attention is given to blood platelets and their role in clotting, the process that maintains the integrity of the body’s circulatory system. Blood pressure is another topic explored in this program. The program explains what high blood pressure is and discusses the identified causes of the condition. 0571 English 30 min

CINDERELLA STORIES
101620 VH 24 min PI 1990 Three stories of unhappy maidens forced to do menial chores, who find their Prince Charming through a lost shoe. 1) "Cinderella" - Her stepsisters will never make fun of Cinderella again, thanks to help from her fairy godmother. 2) "Maria Cinderella" - gets a magic want and more from a kind lady in the woods - a gold star for her forehead. and 3) "The Maiden, the Frog and the Chef’s Son" - When a mistreated girl feeds the frogs in the river, the "King of the Frogs" decides to reward her. 0585 English 24 min

CHRISTY LANE’S LEARN THE DANCES OF THE 50’S AND 60’S
000410 VH 40 min JS 1996 If you always wanted to "shine" on the dance floor doing the dances of the 50’s and 60’s, this tape is for you! So put on your poodle skirt or roll up your jeans and get ready to learn the most popular dances of this exciting era. Welcome to the 60’s and the twist, jerk, monkey, swim, pony, mashed potato, skate, hitchhiker, egyptian, shimmy, temptation walk, locomotion. Taught by America’s most popular and respected dance instructor, Christy Lane. English 40 min

LE CINEMA DE FREDERIC BACK
105173 VH 57 min JS 1987 Trois dessins animes du realisateur Frederic Back, gagnant d’un Oscar pour son film Crac!, servent de tremplin pour l’exploration de la culture, de l’histoire, de la langue et des valeurs humaines. 0909 French 57 min

CIRCULATORY AND RESPIRATORY SYSTEMS
103851 VH 17 min JS 1988 THE HUMAN BODY SERIES - Detailed circulatory system. Shows pulmonary and systemic circulation. 0689 English 17 min

CIRCULATORY AND RESPIRATORY SYSTEMS
103902 VH 19 min I 1994 YOUR BODY SERIES - Medical footage reveals major parts of the circulatory and respiratory systems and shows how they work together to gather and distribute oxygen and nutrients to the body. 0104 English 19 min

CHRISTY LANE’S FUNKY FREESTYLE DANCING
000431 VH 30 min IJS 1994 Join in on the latest dances sweeping the country today! Look and feel good learning today’s dances at your own pace. This video will "reprogram" your body. You will begin by working on your rhythm. Then, hot off the dance floor you will learn all the latest dances! After you learn the dances slowly, you will be challenged to try the steps to a faster tempo. CAN-ED English 30 min

THE CIRCLE UNBROKEN SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: FIRST NATIONS : THE CIRCLE UNBROKEN [107244]

CIRCLES
000297 VH 57 min JS 1997 A film about justice and community healing, Circles is an inside look at sentencing circles - an alternative approach to justice in the Yukon. For many Aboriginal men in the North, going to jail was a natural extension of attending residential schools run by missionaries. For some, circle sentencing is a way to re-connect with their spiritual traditions and to break away from the cycle of crime,court, prison. 0714 English 57 min

CIRCULATORY SYSTEM (2ND ED.)
103883 VH 16 min JS 1981 THE HUMAN BODY SERIES - Shows blood structure and its flow. Also shows the design of the fourpart heart and the circulatory system. 0299 English 16 min

CHUCKLEWOOD EASTER
101370 VH 25 min PI 1991 HOLIDAY SERIES - Follow Buttons and Rusty on an egg hunt and search for the Easter Bunny. As usual, they get themselves into trouble by picking up the wrong eggs. 0772 English 25 min

THE CIRCULATORY SYSTEM: GO WITH THE FLOW
001736 VH 22 min J 2004 Journey through the circulatory system to understand how the exchange of oxygen keeps the body alive. Shows how the heart pumps blood through a network of blood vessels and feeds the cells with nutrients and oxygen. Common blood and heart disorders and diseases are also discussed. 0414 English 22 min

CICADA, THE (CC)
PR0412 VH 11 min P 1986 In addition to showing and explaining the anti-social behaviour of cicadas, this program describes the life cycle of a typical cicada. The program points out that unlike many other insects who live for only days or a few months, the cicada often lives for years. 0983 English 11 min Primary

CIRCLES: INTIMACY AND RELATIONSHIPS
002161 KT IJS 1993 This classic video program help student to recognize exploitative relationships as well as develop mutually respectful ones. The program comes with 12 video tapes, a 7.5’ by 4’ wall teaching graph, 50 large laminated graph icons, student "persona;" graphs with 300 peel N’ stick icons and one teacher’s guide. Level1 presents to special students some extremely abstract concepts in a very simple and concrete manner. 0860 English

CIRCUS
105113 VH 16 min KP 1984 Trapeze artists, clowns, animal trainers - this video focuses on the diverse elements that combine to produce "the greatest show on earth". 0983 English 16 min

CINDERELLA (CC)
PR0506 VH 15 min P 1987 This video features the classic fairytale of Cinderella, as retold by Charles Perrault. 0983 English 15 min

48 CIRCUS KIDS
105148 VH 16 min PI 1984 In the age-old tradition of performers, young Traci learns that effort, reliability, and teamwork are absolute essentials in her career with the travelling circus. 0350 English 16 min

operating crew. Combining archival footage with time-lapse cinematography, this 23 minute documentary explores the past and the uncertain future of a piece of Vancouver’ heritage. 0470 English 23 min

CLEOPATRA: THE FIRST WOMAN OF POWER
013174 VH 50 min IJS 2000 ANCIENT CIVILIZATIONS SERIES - At last! The real Cleopatra comes to light - narrated by Anjelica Huston. Cleopatra has long been shrouded behind legends and myths. Roman and Greek accounts - the records most widely scrutinized- have portrayed the queen of Egypt as a brazen temptress who corrupted both Caesar and Marc Antony. But was this portrait an accurate one? This documentray considers the legendary queen from the perspective of the Egyptians. 0357 English 50 min

CITADEL OF UPPER CANADA FORT HENRY
107536 VH 21 min IJS 1968 Takes viewer through the daytime duties and pleasures of the soldiers of the Fort in Kingston, Ontario. 0495 English 21 min

CLAIMING THE WILDERNESS, 1670 TO 1755 (EPISODE 3)
000975 VH 60 min IJS 2000 CANADA: A PEOPLE’S HISTORY SERIES - In the late 1600s, New France’s growing populace includes shopkeepers, artisans, farmers, and fur-trading expansionists. But fastpaced growth leads to conflicts that threaten the new society. The heartrending deportation of Acadians is emblematic of the struggle to possess North America, which enters its final, decisive phase in the 1750s. Closedcaptioned. 0189 English 60 min

CITOYENS DU MONDE
200207 DV 9:13 min JS 2001 Des Canadiens tournes vers le monde. Faites la connaissasnce de Canadiens qui sont engages personnellement a lutter contre la pauvrete dans le monde en aidant a ameliorer les conditions de vie. Parmi eux figure le Dr. James Orbinski, president de Medecins sans frontieres, qui a recu le prix Nobel pour avoir apporte une aide medicale aux habitant de regions touchees par les confits. 0414 French 9:13 min

CLIMATE FOR CHANGE
013394 DV 20 min IJS 2007 One would be hard pressed to think of an issue more important in today’s world than our environment...even more pressing for today’s younger generation, as they inherit the mistakes of the past and are called upon to enact the remedies of the future. This CTV special will generate not only discussion, but action. It is only through awareness that we can all become part of the solution. 0319 English 20 min

CLASSICAL GREEK SCULPTURE
104789 SL S 1991 Includes examples of marble and friese sculpture from 447 - 432 B.C. 12 slides 0046 English

CITY OF GOLD
107497 VH 22 min IA 1993 Winner of an Oscar nomination and dozens of awards around the world, this great 1957 NFB classic, filmed in black and white, is a nostalgic recollection of the Klondike gold rush. The commentary by the well-known author and TV personality, Dawson City-born Pierre Berton, based largely on stories told to him by his father who spent forty years in the Klondike, vividly recaptures the frenzied months when prospectors braved untold hardships in search of the elusive yellow metal. Live footage and vintage photographs help bring alive the men and women who made Yukon history. 0714 English 22 min

CLASSIFYING LIVING THINGS
103155 VH 21 min IJS Aristotle, Linneaus, and Darwin return to life in this animated video to discuss taxonomy and the history of classification as well as the role played by classification in appreciating the diversity of life. English 21 min

THE CLIMATE OF THE ARCTIC
106667 VH 13 min PI 1992 As well as considering temperature and precipitation, the seasons of dark and light and the effects of permafrost and wind are examined. Guide and activity cards included. 0372 English 13 min

CLAUDINE A L’ECOLE
106029 VH 28 min JS 1993 Livrofolie" serie. Colette. Theme: ` ` L’ecole. 0665 French 28 min `

CLONAGE: OU L’ART DE SE FAIRE DOUBLER
00781 VH 52 min JS 2001 Depuis la nuit des temps, les mythes de perfection et d’immortalitee ont ´ nourri les reves les plus fous et les passions les plus destructrices.Aujourd’hui, certains revent d’incarner ces mythes a travers des clones humains,se reproduisant seuls et sans sexualite, a l’infini.Quand une societe s’apprete a modifier ainsi la conception des individus et de l’espece, a emmeler les generations, a disloquer la parentalite, a effriter les reperes de l’identite, bref a quitter l’humanite, n’est-ce pas un symptome de folie? 0414 French 52 min

CITY OF RUINS: THE HALIFAX EXPLOSION
002102 VH 50 min S 2003 This video incorporates live footage, survivor accounts, still images and dramatizations to tell the story of the 1917 Halifax explosion and its effects on the people of Halifax and Dartmouth. This was the largest nonnuclear man-made explosion in Canadian history,and it brought the First World War home to Canadian shores. 0414 English 50 min

CLAUDIUS: BOY OF ANCIENT ROME
000430 VH 17 min I 1964 In dramatizing the story of a Roman boy’s friendship with a young slave in his father’s household, this video offers colourful highlights of life and customs in ancient Rome. It also shows that, then as now, growing up had its problems as well as its rewards. 0585 English 17 min

CLONING
013339 DV 23 min JS 2005 The science behind the controversy How are clones created? What is the difference between therapeutic cloning and reproductive cloning? Explore the biology and ethics behind cloning. 0373 English 23 min

A CITY’S BRIDGE: THE STORY OF LIONS GATE BRIDGE
106583 VH 23 min IS 1993 A City’s Bridge features commentary by internationally acclaimed Canadian architect Arthur Erickson; various bridge engineers and consultants; as well as members of the bridge’s

THE CLEANLINESS FILM
104020 VH 16 min P 1988 Grub learns about cleanliness from head to toe and changes his name to Scrub. 0983 English 16 min

49 CLOSE-UP ON THE PLANETS/ COMETS
102233 VH 20 min PI 1993 Part 1: "Close-Up on the Planets" uses NASA space photos and recent NASA information to take students on a journey through our solar system. Part 2: "Comets: Time Capsules of the Solar System" combines animation sequences with live-action and documentary photography for a dramatic exploration of the role comets play in contemporary scientific research. 0645 English 20 min

A CLOSER LOOK AT THE SUN AND STARS
002184 DV 20 min P 2004 A CLOSER LOOK SERIES - Excellent current footage is used to illustrate and explain physical features of the sun, including sun spots and solar flares. Interesting information, choice of visuals, age appropriate language and the emphasis throough graphics of key points make this fit well with the new science curriculum. On-line teacher’s guide is available. 0929 English 20 min

COAST SALISH ARCHIVAL PHOTO COLLECTION
000420 AP IJS 1998 There are 35 wonderful archival photos of the Coast Salish people and culture in this portfolio. For those classes participating in the Skw’une-was Program the study of the photos could provide an opportunity to reinforce cooperative group work and the sharing of responsibility. The students could come up with a description of what’s happening in the photo, brainstorm/web information from the photo and, using prior knowledge, present their interpretation to another group. 0755 English

A CLOSER LOOK
For descriptions see individual titles: A CLOSER LOOK AT EARTH [002182] A CLOSER LOOK AT THE MOON [002183] A CLOSER LOOK AT THE PLANETS [002181] A CLOSER LOOK AT THE SUN AND STARS [002184]

A CLOSER WALK
001791 VH 85 min JS 2003 A Closer Walk is the first film to provide a definitive portrayal of humankind’s confrontation with the global AIDS epidemic. Narrated by Glenn Close and Will Smith, the film explores the intricate relationship between health, dignity, and human rights, and shows how the harsh realities of AIDS in the world are an expression of the way the world really is. Incisive interviews with the Dalai Lama, Kofi Annan, and Bono. 0414 English 85 min

COASTAL LANDFORMS AND MANAGEMENT
102569 VH 20 min JS 1990 Part A: Sand Budget - covers sources of sand, movement of sand, effect on development. Part B: Erosion of Rock potholes, weathering, undercutting, development on the cliff edge. Teacher’s notes are included. 0267 English 20 min

A CLOSER LOOK AT EARTH
002182 DV 20 min P 2004 A CLOSER LOOK SERIES - From above and below the surface, students take a closer look at what makes the third planet from the sun so special. They learn to read clues to earth’s history in eras, plates, and core structures. They witness the forces that constnatly change the surface features, like weathering, erosion and volcanic activity. English 20 min

CLOUDS, WEATHER AND LIFE
013017 VH 13 min I 1999 This resource introduces students to the basic five cloud types and explores scientific weather concepts including the water cycle. Recommended for Grade 4. 0104 English 13 min

COCAINE-CRACK : A TEENAGER’S STORY
104034 VH 28 min KPIJSCATIJ 1989 Indepth look at cocaine’s and crack’s power to turn healthy people into addicts and wreck young lives. 0920 English 28 min

A CLOSER LOOK AT THE MOON
002183 DV 20 min P 2004 A CLOSER LOOK SERIES - This inspiring look at the Moon helps students understand what makes Earth’s nearest neighbour so unique. Take a close look at the Moon and learn why there are so many more craters on it than on Earth. Learn how the Moon affects our oceans’ tides. Learn about lunar and solar eclipses and the Moon’s orbit around earth. 0929 English 20 min

CLUB DRUGS: THE REAL DEAL
001823 VH 27:20 min JS 2002 The video Club Drugs: The Real Deal provides teens with up-to-date information on the dangers of these drugs, including death from overdose, as well as information on evaluating their options and making responsible choices. The video and print materials in this Teacher’s Resource Book give students a strong no-use message and help them avoid the temptation of drugs while underscoring the importance of confronting life’s challenges in a positive way.Two club drugs in particular, Rohypnol and GHB, are often called "date rape drugs" because they have been associated with sexual assault cases around the country. Club drugs are so named because of their association with "raves,""trances," and "technos" parties held in clandestine locations with loud music and easy access to drugs. 0599 English 27:20 min

COFFEE WITH A CONSCIENCE
001787 VH 13 min JS 2000 This CBC "Marketplace" segment looks at the issues surrounding the growing and marketing of coffee.Specifically, it compares the lives of coffee growers working for large global coffee producers and those working for cooperatives known as "fair trade coffee". The video would be a good discussion starter on the production, cost and profit margins of other consumer items made in Third World countries. 0414 English 13 min

A CLOSER LOOK AT THE PLANETS
002181 DV 20 min P 2004 A CLOSER LOOK SERIES - After watching this DVD, students will understand that the solar system is comprised of the nine planets, their moons and other objects in the sky and that scientists divide the planets into two categories - outer planets and inner planets. They will also discover how science and technology has helped us discover more about the planets and our solar system. 0929 English 20 min

COLD SHOW (CC)
ISC067 VH 24 min I 1989 Presented in seven segments, this video deals with multiple meanings of cold and the scientific principles that are involved. Topics include clothing and body insulation, the physics of ice skating, hypothermia, warm and cold blooded animals, shivering, the cold virus and space. Three narrators describe these topics in an engaging, varied presentation. Closed Captioned for the Hearing Impaired. 0189 English 24 min Intermediate Science

COACHING THE SPIRIT OF THE SPORT : SELF-ESTEEM
000067 VH 29 min PIJSA English 29 min 1995

50 THE COLD WAR
106888 VH 30 min JS 1990 THE WESTERN TRADITION SERIES - Program #25 - The Cold War - the first two superpowers, the U.S. and the U.S.S.R. dominate Europe which becomes divided into Western and Soviet spheres of influence. Europe and the Third World - burdened with the legacy of colonial imperialism the Third World rushes development in the midst of superpower rivalries and competition from industrialized nations. 0574 English 30 min

COLOR
104853 AP IS 1990 Each portfolio of twenty-four Visuals in the series has been researched and edited to provide a coherent and meaningful sequence of image ideas. It relies on the concept that in any sequence of images each of us will find significant underlying relationships that unite some images by similarities, positive comparisons and affinities, and others by differences, contrasts and polarities. 0327 English

COLOUR WITH STEPHEN QUILLER
104694 VH 18 min 1993 An introductory overview of colour concepts and how different colour combinations are used. Students are led through step-by-step demonstration sessions that focus on primary, secondary, and intermediate colours, after-image, intensity, contrast, colour value as well as monochromatic and analogous colour schemes. The video concludes with the application of neutral tones in the painting of a landscape picture. 0104 English 18 min

THE COLD WAR BEGINS : PART 1
002053 VH 16 min JS 2004 Explore the genesis of the Cold War, beginning with the "new world order" created by World War II. Hear Winston Churchill coin the famous phrase, "Iron Curtain." Analyze diplomatic responses to communism, from the Truman Doctrine to NATO, and assess the crucial role of atomic weaponry. 0414 English 16 min

COLOR AND CONTRASTSHOUTING AND WHISPERING (CC)
PR0475 VH 28 min P 1988 FROM THE ENCOUNTERS SERIES Colour enriches and enlivens the natural world. The use of colour in creating visual effects to communicate feelings or moods is explored. 0009 English 28 min Primary

THE COLOURS OF MY FATHER
104926 VH 29 min 0714 English IS 29 min 1991

COLUMBIA RIVER
002033 VH 30 min PI 2004 Scenic views show the Columbia River’s animal habitats, wetlands, aquatic systems and indigenous plants. David Thompson’s expeditions through this area of diverse ecosystems form part the record. Effects of dam construction on the river are documented. 0414 English 30 min

THE COLD WAR ESCALATES: PART 2
002054 VH 18 min JS 2004 Observe American’s fear of domestic communism in the McCarthy hearings and Rosenberg trial. See international tensions increase as Eisenhower and Kennedy grapple with Cuba, the Berlin Wall is built, and Sputnik initiates the Space Race. 0414 English 18 min

COLOR, COLOR EVERYWHERE - RED, YELLOW, BLUE
104865 VH 11 min KP Introduces the exciting world of color with a delightful blend of brilliant photography and rhymed narrations. 0299 English 11 min

COLUMBUS AND THE AGE OF DISCOVERY SERIES
S00568 VH Columbus’s World, The Sword and the Cross, An Idea Takes Shape, The Columbian Exchange, The Crossing, In Search of Columbus, Worlds Found and Lost. For descriptions see individual titles: COLUMBUS’S WORLD [106244]

COLOR: LIGHT FANTASTIC
102402 VH 15 min I 1988 Explores the dimension of color but concentrates on simple explanations and examples of what causes color and of colored light’s many properties. 0689 English 15 min

COLD WAR INTO GUERILLA WAR
200217 DV 52 min IJS 2005 This 52 minute video features four parts that describe the setting and events of the Cold War: Escape From Berlin; Showdown: The Cuban Missile Crisis; The First Woman in Space; and Democracy Triumphs: The Korean War. The video helps students consider the past and present day effects of the Cold War on nations around the world. A brief teacher’s guide is included. For more in depth support materials, teachers can access the web site: www.discoveryschool.com. 0414 English 52 min

COLUMBUS’S WORLD
106244 VH 58 min JS 1992 COLUMBUS AND THE AGE OF DISCOVERY SERIES - This program travels to China, the Spice Islands, Cairo, Venice, Genoa, and Istanbul to explore the world of the 15th century and set the stage for Christopher Columbus’s great seagoing adventure. Others is series: In Search of Columbus, The Columbian Exchange, The Sword and the Cross, WEorlds Found and Lost, The Crossing, An Idea Takes Shape. 0380 English 58 min

COLOUR
000793 VH 20 min IJS 1998 A photographic fashion shoot is used to demonstrate the basic principles of coloured light. Objects appear to have particular colours because of the light that they absorb and reflect. They can be seen because light is scattered from them into the eye. White light can be dispersed to give a range of colours. Filters produce coloured light by allowing only some colours through. Also demonstrated is the answer to the age-old question "Why is the sky blue?". Part of the Scientific Eye IX series. 0585 English 20 min

COLLISIONS
102359 VH 18 min JS 1991 This video contains spectacular examples of various collisions to demonstrate energy transformations, inertia, and momentum. It can be used to demonstrate specific situations to support a part of a lesson or may be used at a single viewing as a learning experience in its own right. Physics 11 & 12 0267 English 18 min

COME A TIDE (CC)
105749 VH 28 min I 1993 READING RAINBOW SERIES - This video reviews different types of weather. It follows the standard "Reading Rainbow" series format: an introduction to the story with live footage; the story; concept development with further live footage; and related book reviews by children. English Language Arts K-7 0104 English 28 min

COLOUR
000886 VH 15 min IJ 1999 Wonderful teaching tool for students in the intermediate grades. 0167 English 15 min

51 COMING ACROSS
000703 VH 46 min JS 1991 Presents the experiences and insights of adolescent immigrants adjusting to life in America. Five native-born American teens share a brief moment in the lives of adolescents from countries such as Central America, Southeast Asia, Mexico, Iran, and the former Soviet Union. The video, divided into two parts for classroom viewing, looks at reasons for immigration, differences in education, wartime trauma recovery, and skills to adapt to a new culture. CAPP 8 - 12. 0104 English 46 min

COMMUNICATING WITH CUSTOMERS
002180 DV 25 min JS 2005 On a first job, students suddenly find themselves "on the other side of the counter" dealing with customers who range from polite to puzzled, from indecisive to just plain ornery. Viewers of this lively video see five scenarios of young people relating to customers. They visit Bryan who is a spinning instructor at a health club and Jasmine who waits tables at the club’s cafe. 0599 English 25 min

COMPOUND MICROSCOPE : STRUCTURE AND OPERATION
000014 VH 12 min JS 1991 MICROSCOPY PRELAB SERIES - The video demonstrates the structure of the compound microscope and shows the major parts including the eyepiece, tube, arm, base, nosepiece, objectives, condenser and diaphragm. The video then follows a student through the correct setup and operation of the microscope and appropriate safety features. 0599 English 12 min

COMMENT CA POUSSE? ¸ ´ (SERIE COMMENT CA ¸ POUSSE?)
103162 VH 40 min KP 1992 ´ (SERIE COMMENT c POUSSE?) Les ¸A series contient dix courts metrages sur ` ` la croissance des plantes. Chaque petit film a une duree de quatre ` minutes et on y retrouve peu de commentaires. A l’occasion, il y a des chansonnettes qui accompagnent le visuel. 0104 French 40 min

COMMUNISM: CAPITALISM, SOCIALISM, COMMUNISM SERIE
100637 VH 27 min IS 1986 This film examines Marx’s and Engel’s criticisms of Capitalism; their view of history and their predictions about the future of Capitalism and Communism. 0689 English 27 min

COMPOUNDS AND REACTIONS
200223 DV 56 min JS 2006 Explore how fewer than a hundred elements combine to form the millions of substances found in the universe. Students will learn a variety of chemical reactions, including electrochemistry. 0414 English 56 min

CONCEPTS IN MARKETING
For descriptions see individual titles: ADVERTSING, SALES PROMOTION AND PUBLIC RELATIONS [002201]

COMMUNISM TODAY: THE IRON CURTAIN RISES, Part 1
000254 VH 45 min JS 1990 The Iron Curtain, Part 1, examines 3 Eastern European countries - Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, and East Germany. Gives uniques insight into the peoples,governments and economic systems of the Eastern European countries. Examines the present social system of each country and citizens’ perceptions of their political and social freedom, economic security and opportunities. 0599 English 45 min

A COMMON GOAL
000688 VH 14 min I 1994 This video uses a game of soccer as a metaphor to look at the role of the United Nations. It explains various United Nations activities and concepts including peace keeping and human rights. Also reviews working structure of the General Assembly and Security Council. Useful for discussion of the United Nations human rights initiatives. IRP 058 ,Social Studies K-7. 0104 English 14 min

CONCEPTS IN MARKETING; CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR
013372 VH 30 min JS 2005 Consumer Behaviour describes factors that influence the five-stage consumer purchase decision process. Case Study: Dewey Weber Surfboards. 0373 English 30 min

CONFEDERATION
107431 VH 26 min J 1992 Decisions made at Confederation still affect us today. Looks at the history of Canada’s birth up to the present day. Teacher’s guide included. Same as 971 VR 045. 0265 English 26 min

COMMUNISM TODAY: THE IRON CURTAIN RISES, PART 2
000255 VH 45 min JS 1990 Part 2 reveals the people,governments and economic systems of Hungary,Poland, and Romania. It examines the present social system of each country and its citizens’ perceptions of their political and social freedom and their economic security and opportunities. 0599 English 45 min

COMMON LIFE IN THE MIDDLE AGES
106868 VH 30 min JS 1990 Program #11 - Common Life in the Middle Ages - famine, disease, lack of shelter, and short life expectancies are the harsh realities of medieval life. Cities and Cathedrals of the Middle Ages - some of the world’s most magnificent churches reflect the burgeoning of European trade and the blossoming of its culture. 0574 English 30 min

CONFESSIONS OF A RABID DOG
000222 VH 48 min SA 1997 What’s the heroin scene really like? Why do people start to use? Can they ever stop? Confessions of a Rabid Dog delves into questions like these with the directness you’d expect from someone who’s been there. The documentary’s guide is director John L’Ecuyer, who spent 7 years on the streets of Montreal as a junkie and sex-trade worker. Six heroin addicts in recovery, ranging in age from 20 to early 40s, share their experiences with him in a frank and unsentimental way. Warning: this video contains explicit language and subject matter, and some footage of drug preparation. Previewing before use is strongly recommended, particularly in the case of youth audiences. 0714 English 48 min

COMMUNITIES
102976 VH 14 min J 1992 THE ECOLOGY SERIES - When several species of seabirds nest on a rocky island, their relationship in the community is shaped by competition for nesting space. In any community - a group of plants and animals of different species which live together in the same habitat - there are many relationships between species. Provides a fascinating look at how species interact within a community. Shows several contrasting habitats and the different communities which they contain. Sc K-7 0104 English 14 min

COMMON MISTAKES PEOPLE MAKE IN INTERVIEWS
000062 VH 40 min SA 1997 Common Mistakes People Make in Interviews is an interesting and effective program that helps job seekers anticipate what, exactly, interviewers are looking for so they do not make the common mistakes most job seekers make. This program illustrates potential pitfalls in the job interview and helps job seekers overcome them. 0601 English 40 min

52 LES CONFLITS POLITIQUES ET LA CONFEDERATION
107472 VH 12 min JS 1989 Presentation des differentes etapes qui ` ` ` ont prepare la naissance de la ` ` Confederation: l’independance des ` ` ` Colonies Americaines, L’arrivee des ` ` Loyalistes, le Bas et le Haut Canada, le revolte de 1937, etc. 0599 French ` 12 min

unusual minerals because it gives off electricity. The secret is in the shape. Discover how the use of this electricity led to Albert Einstein’s theory of relativity, and eventually to the creation of the atomic bomb. 0983 English 52 min

CONNECTIONS : THE TRIGGER EFFECT, EPISODE 1
000158 VH 52 min JS 1997 CONNECTIONS SERIES - Hosted by James Burke. In this very humourous, upbeat science series, Burke tracks through twelve thousand years of history for the clues that lead us to eight great life changing inventions. The Blackout in New York City illustrated our near-complete dependence on modern technology to keep our complex world operating. How did we become so vulnerable? 0076 English 52 min

CONNECTIONS 3: VOLUME 5, LIFE IS NO PICNIC
000605 VH 52 min JS 1999 CONNECTIONS SERIES - Explore the connection between soluble coffee consumed during World War II and nineteenth-centruy theories of evolution through the invention of nylon and The Star Spangled Banner. Discover how a new method for calculating astronomical dates and the death of Descartes led to the creation of the Royal Society, and how the jellyfish made Charles Darwin famous. 0983 English 52 min

CONFRONTING DRUNK DRIVING
002018 VH 24 min JS 2003 This in-depth program clearly illustrates that driving while impaired is the result of poor decsion-making. Both the narration and dramatization are extremely effective, combining to hold viewers’ attention. 0414 English 24 min

LA CONQUETE
107477 VH 14 min JS 1989 De John Caobt en 1497 a Jacques ` Cartier, Champlain, les Acadiens, etc..., ce document nous fait revivre tous les problemes l’encontres par les ` ` deux colonies pour survivre cote a ˆ ` cote. 0599 French 14 min ˆ

CONNECTION 3: AN INVISIBLE OBJECT
000604 VH 52 min JS 1999 CONNECTIONS SERIES - Travel five hundred years into the past to connect mysterious black holes in space with modern fast food, via thrills and spills on the Pony Express and the capture of Joan of Arc. Learn how a gift for Catherine de Medici led to modern techniques for pasteurization, and eventually the first vending machine. 0983 English 52 min

CONNECTIONS 3: VOLUME 6, ELEMENTARY STUFF
000606 VH 52 min JS 1999 CONNECTIONS SERIES - Join James Burke on a journey that begins with miracles and spiritualism and ends with the greatest detective of them all. Some of the clues connect nineteenthcentury thought-transference and radio with banana republics and postage stamps. Learn how Scottish rebels and North Carolina pine trees revolutionizes the French navy, and how contextual perception led to Sherlock Holmes. 0983 English 52 min

CONSTANTIN PATSALAS (THE DANCEMAKERS DANCE SERIES
105185 VH 28 min JS 1987 THE DANCEMAKERS DANCE SERIES - A resident choreographer with the National Ballet of Canada, Constantin Patsalas has been called one of the most prolific choreographers in the country. His ballet Canciones (1980), is an exquisite miniature composed of a series of dances, each with a distinct temperament and set to classical Spanish music sung by the mezzo-soprano, Janice Taylor. [Discussion guide for videos 792 VR 801 through 792 VR 806.] 0324 English 28 min

CONNECTIONS 3: VOLUME 1, FEEDBACK
000601 VH 52 min JS 1999 CONNECTIONS SERIES - In this episode, James Burke looks at the use of feedback in the twenty-first century. Learn how the concept of feedback originated in the vineyards of France and how The Humane Society, drowning, shipping, a new diet and Kellog’s Corn Flakes are all integrally related. 0983 English 52 min

CONNECTIONS 3: VOLUME 7, A SPECIAL PLACE
000607 VH 52 min JS 1999 CONNECTIONS SERIES - Journey 400 years into the past to connect famous sleuths and popular destinations through Dutch wind tunnels and aristocratic World War I fighter aces. Discover how Caribbean smugglers and bird-painters led to Russian skull-duggery, and ultimately to a final beauty spot where hundreds of Americans get drenched every day. 0983 English 52 min

CONSTRUCTING REALITY: SHAPING REALITY
105159 VH 71 min S 1993 Documentaries, like all media products, are constructions rather than transparent windows onto "reality". The focus here is on film language images, words, sound effects, music, and silence; the tools that film and videomakers use to create an experiences for an audience - with an emphasis on the critical choices made in the process of contructing "real life" films. 0714 English 71 min

CONNECTIONS 3: VOLUME 2, WHAT’S IN A NAME?
000602 VH 52 min JS 1999 CONNECTIONS SERIES - A good breakfast leads to a corn cob garbage which isn’t actually garbage at all. It is used for "furfan", which creates resin for bonding. Learn how this led to the creation of the tractor and the diesel engine and surprisingly, the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C. 0983 English 52 min

CONNECTIONS SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: CONNECTION 3: AN INVISIBLE OBJECT [000604] CONNECTIONS 3: VOLUME 1, FEEDBACK [000601] CONNECTIONS 3: VOLUME 2, WHAT’S IN A NAME? [000602] CONNECTIONS 3: VOLUME 3, DROP THE APPLE [000603] CONNECTIONS 3: VOLUME 5, LIFE IS NO PICNIC [000605] CONNECTIONS 3: VOLUME 6, ELEMENTARY STUFF [000606] CONNECTIONS 3: VOLUME 7, A SPECIAL PLACE [000607] CONNECTIONS : THE TRIGGER EFFECT, EPISODE 1 [000158]

CONSTRUCTING REALITY: THE CANDID EYE?
105161 VH 110 min S 1993 Is there such a thing as completely candid film? What difference does the presence of the camera make for those who are under its scrutiny? Should the filmmaker be an uninvolved fly-on-thewall who records life as it happens, or an engaged participant? What ethical issues are involved in the making of a cinema verite documentary? 0714 ` ` ` English 110 min

CONNECTIONS 3: VOLUME 3, DROP THE APPLE
000603 VH 52 min JS 1999 CONNECTIONS SERIES - With his discovery of calamine, James Smithson, the benefactor of The Smithsonian Institution, did a lot for sunburns, poison ivy and diaper rash. Calamine is one of the most useful and

53 CONSTRUCTING REALITY: THE POLITICS OF TRUTH
105160 VH 73 min S 1993 Critical questions about fact, truth, point of view, and bias in reality-based media are the focus of this section. Conventions of authenticity, the creation of propaganda, the thorny question of docudramas with their mix of fact and fiction, and the biases involved in the construction of television news programs are featured. 0714 English 73 min

CONTINENTAL DRIFT: THE THEORY OF PLATE TECTONICS
000490 VH 22 min IJS 1989 Here’s a comprehensive exploration of continental drift and its effect on the shapes and location of land masses. Outstanding location footage as well as concise diagrams, maps and animation help the viewer visualize various geologic phenomena such as rifting, faulting, volcanism, earthquakes and ridge formations. The video also explores the significance of plate tectonics in earthquake prediction, the evolution of life and the exploration for minerals and oil. 0350 English 22 min

appearance by the FBI’s top consultant on psychopaths. 0390 English 145 min

CORTES & PIZARRO
001044 DV 23 min IJ 2006 Within a period of 15 years, the Spanish Conquistadors Hernan Cortes and Francisco Pizarro gathered untold riches while conquering two native empires, the Aztec and the Incas. Discover how Cortes was able to capture and destroy the great capital city of the Aztec. Then hear from Pizarro as he describes his various expeditions in search of the vast wealth of the Inca and how European diseases decimated each empire’s population and ultimately led to their destruction. 0414 English 23 min

CONSTRUCTING REALITY: VOICES OF EXPERIENCE PT 1
105162 VH 80 min S 1993 Whose stories get told in the media? Who gets to tell them? Who doesn’t? These films give us voices from the social margins whose perceptions and experinces challenge the mainstream portrayal of their situations. Part 1 of 2. 0714 English 80 min

CONTOURS
106277 VH 10 min J 1985 GEOGRAPHY SKILLS SERIES - This animated program examines an oblique view of a mountain, and describes how elevation levels are obtained. 0470 English 10 min

A COUGAR AND HER CUBS
103631 VH 10 min P 1983 Exciting nature footage takes the viewer inside the den of the cougar the largest of the great cats that inhabit America’s remaining wilderness areas. 0350 English 10 min

CONSTRUCTING REALITY: VOICES OF EXPERIENCE PT 2
105163 VH 114 min S 1993 Part 2 (see 791 VR 016 for description). THE POETRY OF MOTION: The two productions in this section honor the vitality and exuberance of "real life", and pay homage - through the poetry of film - to that which surrounds us. A treat for the ear and eye, they exemplify the dictum of veteran filmmaker Joris Ivens, "Documentary is first and foremost film". 0714 English 114 min

COOPERATIVE LEARNING AND CULTURE
000941 VH 47 min T 1998 THE EFFECTIVE TEACHER VIDEO SERIES - Part 5 of a set of 8 video tapes of the Effective Teacher Video Series. The series is designed for both new teacher induction programs as well as in-service programs for veteran teachers. A Facilitator’s Manual and the correlated book The First Days of School can be borrowed from the Professional Library at the LMCC. This particular video deals with the following: How to get students to work cooperatively; how to prepare your students for tomorrow’s world. HARRYK. English 47 min

COUNTDOWN TO THE INVISIBLE UNIVERSE
102247 VH 60 min With help from IRAS, the infrared Astronomical Satellite, video looks at new planetary systems, comets, colliding galaxies, the birth of stars and vast clouds of interstellar space dust. 0585 English 60 min

CONSTRUCTING REALITY: WHAT IS A DOCUMENTARY?
105158 VH 111 min S 1993 1 )This lively and provocative introduction offers an overview of the film, filmmakers, and issues contained in the 9 hour collection. 2) This section examines the range of choices open to film and videomakers who fashion a story with elements from "real" life. 0714 English 111 min

THE COURAGE OF SARAH NOBLE
105611 VH 33 min KPIJSCATPI 1988 Based on a book by Alice Dagliesh. Eight-year old Sarah Noble and her father journey into the Connecticut frontier to build a home. 0058 English 33 min

LA CORDE RAIDE (CC)
106078 VH 26 min 1992 (Serie LES INTREPIDES) Dans cet ` episode, le jeune trapeziste Antoine se ` ` laisse entraˆner par un ancien employe ı ` du cirque a voler de l’argent sous un ` faux pretexte. S’etant rendu compte ` ` qu’on l’a berne, Antoine aide Julie et ` Tom a pieger le veritable coupable. ` ` ` Francais Langue Premiere K-7 0104 ¸ ` French 26 min

CONSTRUIRE UNE PYRAMIDE
104745 VH 30 min JA 1993 Video realise en infographie par Michel ` ` ` Guay, qui offre une introduction a la ` civilisation egyptienne a travers le ` ` theme de la construction des ` pyramides. 0665 French 30 min

THE COURAGE TO STAND
000463 VH 27:30 min IJSA 1998 For anyone who believes their community is immune from hate, THE COURAGE TO STAND is a powerful wakeup call. This video looks at incidents of hate in the Okanagan Valley and the strength and courage of British Columbia communities in response. It depicts the recent experience of communities in B.C. and provides close-up profiles of victims of hate whose love for Canada helps them endure. It also shows activists who rally support and groups who are dedicated to exposing hate. 0664 English 27:30 min

THE CORPORATION
002149 DV 145 min JS 2005 This is a 2 disc special edition of the Corporation, a film by Mark Achbar, Jennifer Abbott & Joel Bakan. Explore the nature and spectacular rise of the dominant institution of our time. Footage from pop culture, advertising, TV news, and corporate propoganda illuminates the corporation’s grip on our lives. The Corporation includes 40 interviews with corporate insiders and critics - including Milton Friedman, Noam Chomsky, Naomi Klein, and Michael Moore and a special

LES CONTES DE NOEL
101417 VH 30 min PI 1988 Contenu: La Legende de l’arbre de ` Nool, Le Conte de Nool de Dickens, La ¨ ¨ Petite Marchande aux Allumettes, Le Nool de la Famille Martin et La Veille ¨ de Nool. 0910 French 30 min ¨

54 COW-GIRL (CC)
106086 VH 26 min 1992 (Serie LES INTREPIDES) Dans le ` premier episode de cette serie, Julie ` ` arrive a Paris avec sa mere et son ` ` beau-pere et y fait la connaissance de ` son demi-frere Tom. Ayant decouvert ` ` qu’elle s’est trompee de valise, Julie ` part a sa recherche en compagnie de ` Tom. Dans cette aventure, nos heros ` suivent la piste d’une chanteuse western, de son sosie et sont mlles a ` ` un projet d’enlevement d’un enfant. ` Francais Langue Premiere K-7 0104 ¸ ` French 26 min

CRACKS IN THE WALL: COLD WAR PART 3
002055 VH 19 min JS 2004 Nixon’s pivotal 1972 visit to China, his summit with Brezhnev, and SALT I illustrate the new policy of detente. Changes emerging within the Soviet bloc are viewed through the Helsinki accords, Poland’s solidarity movement and Perestoika. 0414 English 19 min

DIFFERENTIATING INSTRUCTION
000735 VH 45 min TEACHERS 1997 The videotapes and Facilitator’s Guide are designed for pre K-12 teachers, administrators, curriculum and instruction specialists, staff developers, and inservice teachers who want to improve how we respond to the diverse learning needs of students in our schools. The videotapes and guide can assist educators in determining the current state of differentiation in a classroom, school, or district and in formulating a plan for extending understandings about differentiation and translating those understandings into classroom practice. Tape 1 is called "Creating Multiple Paths for Learning", and Tape 2 is called "Instructional Management Strategies." The series is based on the book by Carol Ann Tomlinson called "How to Differentiate Instruction in Mixed-Ability Classrooms." 0054 English 45 min

CRAM SCHOOL
107054 VH 15 min IS 1989 Gaining admission into a prestigious university in Japan can mean a lifetime of social prestige and financial reward. Yet college admission is difficult to achieve. This video profiles two young men preparing to retest for college entrance by attending a fulltime examination preparation program at Yoyogi Seminar, a huge private cram school with branches around the country. 0749 English 15 min

COWBOYS DON’T CRY
105828 VH 97 min IJ 1991 Based on the novel by Marilyn Halvorson. This film attempts to portray the feelings and actions of a boy and his father, following the death of the boy’s mother, partially as a result of the father’s drunken driving. The film deals with communication between parents and children, alcoholism, grief, blame, guilt and shame. 0574 English 97 min

CRANBERRY BOUNCE
104560 VH 30 min PI 2000 This fresh and entertaining video explores every aspect of one of North America’s few original food crops. History, biology, sociiology, geography and cooking are all combined in a joyful romp with children. The kids put on the waders and get in the bog to help with the harvest, then stir up some great cranberry recipes. 0329 English 30 min

THE CREATION OF DAN MCGREW (HERITAGE THEATRE #15
107456 VH 26 min IJ 1985 HERITAGE THEATRE #15 SERIES - In the early 1900s, the best known poet in the English language was Robert W. Service, the creator of "Dan McGrew". Before achieving success as a writer, Service was a hobo, a gardener in a California bordello, an ambulance driver in the Balkan War, and a bank clerk, among other things. He moved to Paris in 1913, and we join him here as he looks back at his life, and forward to his impending marriage. 0645 English 26 min

CRAB, THE (CC)
PR0414 VH 11 min P 1986 This program examines one of nature’s most fascinating creatures... the crab. Viewers are taught about the feeding habits, natural habitats, male and female anatomy, natural predators, and behaviour patterns of crabs. 0983 English 11 min Primary

CRANBERRY VALENTINE CRAC
000952 VH 16 min IJ 1981 Academy-award winning animated story that follows the history of a rocking chair as it plays a significant role in all the activities of a Quebec family through the years. No narration. 0714 English 16 min 101389 VH 10 min P 1987 Based on the cranberry books by Wende and Harry Devlin. You can almost smell the good smells coming from Grandmother’s kitchen, and see the grin behind Mr. Whisker’s whiskers. 0907 English 10 min

THE CREATIVE REVOLUTION
000134 VH 60 min IS 1994 IN SEARCH OF HUMAN ORIGINS SERIES - Fifty thousand generations ago, a dramatic change swept through the hunter-gatherers then living in Africa. They began to paint, carve, talk, bury their dead, travel and trade. What accounts for this sudden transformation? The question continues to be at the heart of heated debates. Some scientists feel it can be explained only by a mass genocide in which a group of superior human beings spread out of Africa, replacing more primitive ancestors along the way. Johanson retraces their voyage to get to the bottom of the mystery. 0585 English 60 min

CRAYFISH, THE (CC) CRACKING THE ADVERTISING CODE
200228 DV 20 min IJS 2006 This program focuses on several commonly-used advertising techniques designed to hook the consumer. Realworld experiences are evident as teens are seen using various products. Music and graphics will engage students while increasing their awareness as potential consumers. A review sheet and an activity sheet are included. The resource would be useful for teachers focusing on media literacy or advertising in Language Arts or Business Education. 0414 English 20 min PR0399 VH 11 min P 1986 This program offers viewers an intimate look at the world of the crayfish. 0983 English 11 min Primary

CRAYONS AND MARKERS (CC)
PSC024 VH 9 min P 1991 HERE’S HOW SERIES - A history of writing and drawing, including implements used, is followed by a visit to a crayon factory. 0953 English 9 min Primary Science

CREATIVITY IN THE CLASSROOM : AN EXPLORATION
000821 KT 40 min T 1999 The video consists of two main parts. The first part, approximately 20 minutes in length, contains three classroom vignettes: one from an

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elementary math class, another from a middle school special needs class, and a third from a high school history class. These vignettes present portraits of three very different types of creative classrooms and are designed to encourage discussion about what a creative classroom is. The second part of the video, approximately 20 minutes in length, contains scenes from a variety of classrooms that demonstrate teachers at work. This section of video is designed to encourage an examination of what is is that teachers in creative classrooms actually do. To facilitate this examination and discussion, this portion of the video is subdivided into three shorter segments highlighting teachers’ creative approaches to content, creative approaches to teaching and learning, and support of students’ creativity. 0339 English 40 min the European family crest. 19th century. (30 cm long) English liberate the Holy Land from NonChristian forces. Each Crusade met only limited success and following each victory the lands were eventually lost to the Crusaders. There was no permanent victory and centuries later the tales of these Crusades had been enlarged out of proportion to create a somewhat romantic and idyllic view of this European period of history. 0065 English 21 min

CROITRE ET EMBELLIR
103870 VH 26 min IS 1990 Les changements de grosseur et de grandeur. 0506 French 26 min

THE CRUCIBLE (1940 TO 1946): EPISODE 14A
001805 VH 60 min IJS 2001 CANADA: A PEOPLE’S HISTORY SERIES - The December 7, 1941, attack on Pearl Harbour fostered a growing concern about Japanese Canadians, which led to internment policies in British Columbia. This video chapter recounts this time in Canadian history, focusing on government policy and its impact on the lives of Japanese Canadians. Goes into the invasion of Italy and the battle for the town of Ortona. Provides glimpses into what life on the front lines was like for Canadian soldiers, and provides insight into what soldiers were experiencing and feeling. 0189 English 60 min

CRUSADES : DESTRUCTION
000306 VH 50 min IJS 1996 By the time of the last major campaigns to free the Holy Lands, Crusading had become an institution that had little connection with religion. These final campaigns also produced a revolt in Egypt that destroyed the remnants of the Crusaders’ Christian kingdom, ending two centuries of the epic and misguided adventures whose repercussions are still felt today. 0076 English 50 min

CREATURES OF THE NIGHT
000370 VH 28:23 min JS 1998 CREATURES FANTASTIC SERIES Night can bring solitude and fear. Fear of beasts that lurk in the darkest shadows. Creatures of the Night dramatically recreates mythical tales of vampires, witches, ghosts and other monsters, such as Grendel. The film asks what might have given rise to these gruesome stories and ancient terrors that cannot be banished with the flick of a switch. 0574 English 28:23 min

CRUSADES : JERUSALEM
000304 VH 50 min IJS 1995 Chronicles the Crusaders’ trail of carnage across the Middle East. Twothirds of them would not even survive the beginning of their journey, and Terry Jones illustrates why as he attempts to duplicate their march acoss the harsh, rocky landscape of Anatolia in the heat of the summer, wearing chain mail. 0076 English 50 min

THE CRUCIBLE (1940 TO 1946): EPISODE 14B
001806 VH 60 min IJS 2001 CANADA: A PEOPLE’S HISTORY SERIES - The CCF in the Canadian West under the leadership of Tommy Douglas, sent a strong message to Ottawa in the early 1940s stating that the status quo was no longer acceptable. Douglas was not prepared to watch average Canadians lose their lives because they were unable to afford decent medical care.The Conscription Crisis - In 1944, Canadian forces had entered Holland. Fighting was heavy and there were many casualties.To prevent the breakup of his Cabinet, William Lyon Mackenzie King agreed to conscription, sending 2400 conscripted men overseas. 0189 English 60 min

CREATURES FANTASTIC
For descriptions see individual titles: CREATURES OF THE NIGHT [000370]

CRUSADES : JIHAD
000305 VH 50 min IJS 1996 With Jerusalem conquered, the Crusaders established a Christian kingdom that extended as far as Egypt, sparking outrage throughout the Muslim world and leading to a massive counter-offensive almost half a century later. Jerusalem’s Arab leader, Nur edDin, had declared a Jihad, or holy war, against the invaders. A final battle commanded by his successor, the legendary Saladin, would determine the ultimate fate of this Crusade. 0076 English 50 min

THE CREMATION OF SAM MCGEE
105799 VH 13 min IS 1982 Through graphic location footage, viewers follow the frozen trail in search of a crematorium for McGee in a video that captures the characteristic prospector humor and caprice of the Arctic. 0350 English 13 min

CRUEL SPIRITS:ALCOHOL & VIOLENCE
104031 VH 32 min JS 1989 Every day,thousands of people get drunk, and in many instances, something violent occurs; shouting, fistfights,child or spuse abuse,assaults,car wrecks or other accidents resulting in injuries or death. Reveals how alcohol-related violence is both grossly underestimated and underreported. 0585 English 32 min

CRITICS’ CHOICE : THE SEQUEL
013104 VH 8 min IJ 1998 This production by the B.C. Ministry of Health consists of 12 thirty second commercials entitled "What do you think? It will make students think of the commercials which target kids and smoking . BC EDUC English 8 min

CRUSADES : PILGRIMS IN ARMS
000303 VH 50 min IJS 1995 This volume chronicles the improbable origins of the Crusades, from Pope Urban II’s hunger for military power to the success of one of history’s greatest mass communication and recruitment campaigns. Terry Jones traces the Crusaders’ routes across Europe, and details the massacres and looting that marked their progress. 0076 English 50 min

CROCODILE (LIBERIA)
107100 RE IS AFRICAN REPLICA: Part of ritual shrine furniture. Animal symbolism was common throughout Africa, sometimes having totemic implications, uniting people sharing the same totem as did

THE CRUSADES
106140 VH 21 min S 1996 One of the most colourful and complicated pieces of European history is the Crusades. Beginning in the year 1096 and ending in the 13th century the Crusaders entered a war to

56 A CRY FOR HELP: DRUGS, ALCOHOL AND PREGNANCY
104046 VH 30 min 0585 English JS 30 min

CULTURE & MATH: THE EGYPTIANS
200216 DV 28 min IJS 2006 This program provides a historical overview of ancient Egyptian mathematics. It shows ancient,modern and practical applications of mathematics for building, especially of ancient Egyptian monuments. Mathematical concepts are presented in segments that feature the ancient numbering system, geometry, and multiplication and fractions. Also included is a historical recreation of pyramid building that could be of interest to students of Comparative Civilizations 12. 0414 English 28 min

CRY OF THE ANCESTORS: THE ART OF MANASIE AKPALIA
104939 VH 60 min JS 1996 nasie Akpaliakpik has emerged as one of the leading artists of his generation increasingly well-known for the minute details, the sensitivity and vitality of his works, which are in leading national and private collections around the world. The troubled yet triumphant life of one of Canada’s premier Inuit sculptors, is presented in this 1996 Gemini Award-winning documentary. 0471 English 60 min

also become popular ways to bully and harass others. This program is designedto prevent children and teenagers from falling victim to cyberbullying, using dramatizations and Q & A discussions to expand awareness of the issue. From the "Taking a Stand: the Bullying Prevention Series". 0414 English 19 min

LE CYCLE DE LA VIE
107267 VH 30 min IS 1987 (Serie LA BAIE DES ESPRITS) La ` croyance indienne veut que tout ltre vivant doit retourner a la terre. Une ` aventure mene Lenore et Ruth a ` ` decouvrir un ancien squelette Indien. ` Les villageois resistent aux efforts des ` fonctionnaires qui veulent l’installer dans un musee et ils le retournent au ` cimetiere pour lui permettre de ` completer le cycle de la vie. 0571 ` French 30 min

CURIOUS GEORGE (CC)
PR0507 VH 14 min P 1983 This video is based on H.A. Rey’s classic children’s book, Curious George. The story focuses on introducing George, the curious little monkey, to the viewers. The man in the yellow hat brings George from his original home in the jungle to his new home at the zoo. 0615 English 14 min Primary

CRY OF THE WILD
103678 VH 88 min PS 1990 Director Bill Mason dispels the Red Riding Hood myth of the blood-thirsty wolf in this fascinating outdoor adventure filmed in Canada’s far north. Alone in the barrens, the filmmaker faced possible death to prove his theory about wolves. To explore the world of this much maligned and dreaded animal, Mason goes beyond the wolf’s natural habitat. By relocating three young wolves to his own property Mason was able to film the tribal customs, mating and even birth. 0714 English 88 min

CYCLES AND SEASONS: TIDES, SEASONS AND PHASES OF THE MOON
000296 VH 20 min PI 1998 Using drama skits and animated computer graphics, this video explores the cycles and seasons that dictate life on earth, and answers the following questions: Why do we get day and night? What are seasons and why do they change? Why does the moon change shape? What causes tides? The video is separated into 4 distinct sections each dealing with one of the above themes. 0267 English 20 min

CURIOUS GEORGE GOES TO THE HOSPITAL (CC)
PR0508 VH 15 min 0615 English P 15 min 1983

CSI-CANADA AM WITH BEVERLY THOMSON
200234 DV 10 min JS 2006 Applications of science, methods of observation, interpretations based on observations, and the detail needed to make good observations are topics highlighted in this program. Clips from the television series ’CSI’ are interspersed with explanations from Canadian law enforcers and forensic scientists. Interviews and examples of similar situations are also presented. It would also be useful for showing applications of technology in a Science and Technology 11 course. 0414 English 10 min

CUTTING BACK ON FAT / DRINK TO YOUR HEALTH
000172 VH 54 min JS 1992 THE LIGHT GOURMET series "Cutting Back on Fat" discusses saturated, polunsaturated and monounsaturated fats. "Drink to Your Health" discusses healthy snacks and lunches. 0104 English 54 min

CYRANO DE BERGERAC (ENGLISH SUBTITLES)
105167 VH 138 min IS 1990 Gerard Depardieu stars as the lovelorn ` poet and swordsman who articulates his love for the beautiful Roxanne through Christian, the handsome soldier she loves. This tragic yet comedic tale of unrequitted love, told against the backdrop of Parisien society and the battlefields of France, is the classic tale of passion, idealism and heroism from the famous works of Edmond Rostand. Francais Langue ¸ Premiere 8-12 0234 French 138 ` min

PRIME TIME NEWS: CYBER HATE
000789 VH 20 min JS 1998 The Internet is the new wild frontier. Unregulated, it may be the last bastion of free speech and open debate, but it has also proven to be a powerful pulpit for hate-filled propoganda. Information that is illegal to distribute in material form is ungovernable over the Internet. This highly provocative documentary asks where we draw the line. Should government step in to decide what ideas may be shared or is it more important to teach students to handle information in a responsible and critical manner? 0189 English 20 min

THE CUBIST EPOCH
104913 VH 53 min JA 1971 MUSEUM WITHOUT WALLS SERIES - Documents the generation of artists who followed in the footsteps of Picasso and his Cubist compatriot, Georges Braque - a style of work one critic of the time likened to "a field of broken blass". 0535 English 53 min

DAILY PIONEER LIFE
013353 DV 23 min P 2004 Join our players in a pioneer life adventure game to learn about the difficulties of daily life in these settlements, from cooking in a log cabin to tending animals on a cattle drive. See how geography affected the economy and settlement patterns in the western territories of the U.S. 0373 English 23 min

THE CUBS SOON LEARN THAT POLITENESS CAN COME NATURALLY, BU
For descriptions see individual titles: THE BERENSTAIN BEARS FORGET THEIR MANNERS [105646]

CYBERBULLIES
200238 DV 19 min IJS 2006 Chat rooms, blogs and instant messaging have become standard forms of communication for many young people. Unfortunately, they have

57 DANCE AT COURT (CC)
105208 VH 58 min S 1994 A documentary colour video exploring culture through dance in the context of royal courts: Louis XIV, Japanese emperor, Indonesia, Ghana, Asante Court, Bugaku, Kumase, Java, Jogiakarta. The video also addresses dance history and the cultural origins of dance. 0104 English 58 min

THE DANCING PRINCESS (CC)
101608 VH 50 min PI 1987 FAERIE TALE THEATRE SERIES Special effects recreate the princesses’ magical dream world filled with dazzling sets and stunning costumes. Closed Captioned for the Hearing Impaired. 0807 English 50 min

DANS LA FOURNAISE DE LA GUERRE(1940 A 1946) EPISODE 14B
See SERIE LE CANADA: UNE HISTOIRE POPULAIRE

DANS UN MONDE INCERTAIN (1976 A 1990)EPISODE 17A
See SERIE LE CANADA: UNE HISTOIRE POPULAIRE

DANGEROUS OFFENDERS : PARTS 1 & 2
100933 VH 120 min 1996 This two-hour critically acclaimed drama is based on the true story of Marlene Moore, who gained instant notoriety when she was branded Canada’s first female dangerous offender. Once declared a dangerous offender, criminals may be incarcerated indefinitely. This is a story about a child raised behind bars. Moore entered her first jail at age 13 and by 28 faced the possiblility of a life sentence. At first, Moore is reluctant to fight - she is afraid to stay inside, but more afraid of getting out. As the case proceeds, however, she is buoyed along by two allies; her lawyer and, ironically, a prison guard she once held at knife point in a hostage-taking incident. Is she a danger to society? In all the years she spent in prison, Marlene Moore never received any counselling. Tragically, Moore’s story abruptly ended when she took her life at age 31. In the end, it seems the biggest danger Moore posed was to one person - herself. 0189 English 120 min

DANCE CLASS
105176 VH 9 min IA 1971 The Toronto Dance Theatre and School, following the technique of Martha Graham, exercises and also rehearses an interpretive dance entitled "A Thread of Sand". 0714 English 9 min

DANS UN MONDE INCERTAIN (1976 A 1990) EPISODE 17B
See SERIE LE CANADA: UNE HISTOIRE POPULAIRE

DARK AGE ENGLAND
002052 VH 31:24 min JS 2004 HISTORY’S ANCIENT LEGACIES SERIES - The nation of England can trace its beginnings to the second half of the First Millenium AD. This was the Dark Age, a period of tribal invasions and conflicts when civilization itself seemed to retreat. For many, the terrifying pagan Vikings symbolizes a bleak period of history. But there are shafts of light that illuminate the English Dark Age, as this fascinating program reveals. 0414 English 31:24 min

THE DANCE EXPERIENCE: TRAINING AND COMPOSING
105175 VH 32 min JA Shares the essence of dance with students and teachers alike. The program covers: Preparing to Dance and Sources of Dance. 0983 English 32 min

DANCE IN SMARTY PANTS
002186 VH 30 min P 2005 BETWEEN THE LIONS SERIES - This episode begins with Lionel introducing his parents to the latest dance craze. The target vowel sound is the short "a". The program also emphasizes following directions, self-expression and original stories. There is an underlying theme of family relationships. The website www.pbskids.org has a wealth of support material related to this series. 0058 English 30 min

THE DARK AGES
106866 VH 30 min JS 1990 THE WESTERN TRADITION SERIES - Program #9 - The Dark Ages - in the west, a series of barbarian kingdoms takes possession of the fragments of the Roman empire. The Age or Charlemagne - the king of the Franks briefly revives hopes for a new empire in Western Europe. 0574 English 30 min

DANNY AND THE DINOSAUR
105607 VH 9 min P 1990 An animated film based on the book by Sid Hoff. Story of a boy and his adventures with a real dinosaur. 1037 English 9 min

THE DANCEMAKERS DANCE SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: CHRISTOPHER HOUSE [105184] CONSTANTIN PATSALAS (THE DANCEMAKERS DANCE SERIES [105185] DANNY GROSSMAN (THE DANCEMAKERS DANCE SERIES) [105183] DAVID EARLE [105186] GINETTE LAURIN [105187]

DANNY GROSSMAN (THE DANCEMAKERS DANCE SERIES)
105183 VH 28 min JS 1987 THE DANCEMAKERS DANCE SERIES - Danny Grossman has created a completely original style of dance and earned a reputation for witty inventiveness, daring individuality and technical brilliance. The programme features excerpts from Endangered Species (1981), Curious Schools of Theatrical Dancing (1977) and Nobody’s Business (1981). The Danny Grossman Dance Company was founded in 1975 and has achieved a major impact on the international dance scene. [Discussion Guide is shared by 792 VR 801 to 792 VR 806.] 0324 English 28 min

DARK CRYSTAL
013334 DV 40:57 min IJ 2005 Originally broadcast on CBC’s "The Fifth Estate", this program deals with the harsh realities of crystal methamphetamine use. The program looks at how two B.C. Interior communities, Kamloops and Barriere, are handling the problem. A rehab program called "Meth Kickers" has been developed in one community. Different persepectives are provided by three young addicts and some parents. 0202 English 40:57 min

THE DANCING FROG
105684 VH 30 min PI 1989 This is the tale of George, the multitalented frog whose leaps and bounds bring him fame and fortune. There’s heartwarming excitement at every turn as George and his devoted friend Gertrude set out on a dance adventure around the world. Based on the story by Quentin Blake, THE DANCING FROG is a romantic, musicfilled celebration of life, that will put a song in every child’s heart. 0381 English 30 min

DARLIN’ CLEMENTINE
105659 VH 49 min IS 1985 Shelley Duvall and Edward Asner star in this lively version of the story behind a legendary American folk song. Set in California during the Gold Rush of 1849. This whimsical tale will make the old West come alive for everyone in the family. 0807 English 49 min

DANS LA FOURNAISE DE LA GUERRE(1940 A 1946) EPISODE 14A
See SERIE LE CANADA: UNE HISTOIRE POPULAIRE

58 DARWIN NATURALLY
LS0884 VH 10 min S 1986 ORGANIC EVOLUTION SERIES - The stage is set for Charles Darwin, who theorized that nature imitates the selective hand of man in controlling variation within a species. Darwin coined the phrase "natural selection" to explain how variations within species are preserved or rejected. 0953 English 10 min Life Science

of government, commerce, and cultural assimilation. 0104 English 20 min

DAVID EARLE
105186 VH 28 min JS 1987 THE DANCEMAKERS DANCE SERIES - David Earle has played a significant role in shaping the development of modern dance in Canada. He has choreographed numerous successful works for the Toronto Dance Theatre which he cofounded in 1968. Earle’s Sacra Conversazione (1984) is a monumental work, and in this programme it is danced in a splendid cathedral setting. The work, set to sections of Mozart’s Requiem, presents an emotional landscape through which the dancers express hope and optimism. [Discussion guide for videos 792 VR 801 through 792 VR 806.] 0324 English 28 min

knowledgeable explorers of his time. Thompson made tremendous discoveries and left behind some of the most detailed and accurate maps of the Canadian West. Come explore with Thompson in this dramatized program. 0065 English 23 min

DAVID THOMPSON: THE GREAT MAPMAKER
000658 VH 28 min IJ 1964 During his lifetime he mapped a million and a half square miles of uncharted country; the greatest achievement in land geography of all time. This video re-creates Thompson’s story, culminating in his journey to the Pacific. 0714 English 28 min

DATA ANALYSIS
102148 VH 29 min KJ 1989 ACTIVITY BASED MATHEMATICS SERIES - Primary pupils sort collections of stones, buttons, and attribute blocks. Others classify themselves by the clothes they are wearing to create a people graph. One class undertakes a survey to collect information from their classmates. All activities lead to better understanding of statistics and how to present and interpret information. Mathematics K-7 0104 English 29 min

THE DAWN OF HISTORY
106713 VH 30 min JS 1990 Program #1 - The Dawn of History The Origins of the human race are traced from anthropoid ancestors to the first agricultural settlements. Program #2 - The Ancient Egyptians - Politics, religion, and agriculture intersect to create one of the first great civilizations. 0574 English 30 min

ROMAN CITY MODULE II : THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT
000359 VH 20 min I 1994 DAVID MACAULAY SCHOOL KITS SERIES - This resource consists of three 20 minute videos. The videos use cartoons, shots of actual Roman remains, visuals explaining design of cities and buildings, as well as commentary by David Macaulay to help students understand the many aspects of a Roman city. Module II "The Built Environment" looks at Roman engineering and technology in planning and building cities. 0104 English 20 min

DATING VIOLENCE: THE HIDDEN SECRET
101036 VH 25 min S 1993 Explores the issues that surround violence in dating relationships. Interviews with abusers and victims are supplemented by information from facilitators. The video differentiates between healthy and abusive relationships. Resolutions are positive and empowering. . 0104 English 25 min

THE DAWNING OF THE ERA OF EXPLORATION
200218 DV 20 min IJ 2006 This is a clear and logical treatment of early exploration of the world by Portugal and Spain, with brief references to theVikings and the Silk Road. Social considerations of the time are also addressed. There is good use of maps and the recreation of historical times with costumes and artifacts. Titles allow for easy chunking of materials. This video could be used as an overview or introduction to the Renaissance, or as an overview of the early period of exploration, beginning with the evolution of the Silk Road. The guide assists with lesson planning and curriculum connections. 0414 English 20 min

DAVID
000805 VH 23 min JS 1994 "David" is based on Canadian poet Earle Birney’s 1939 poem. The story follows two young men through a summer of outdoor work in the trails of Banff National Park, in Alberta. While a secure outdoorsman whose true love is mountain climbing, David is plagued by personal demons. Bob, on the other hand, is less sure of his place in the woods and finds a confident mentor in David. While climbing an ominous and intimidating mountain, Bob is forced to make a decision of life and death that will affect the rest of his life. 0585 English 23 min

ROMAN CITY MODULE III : DAILY LIFE
000360 VH 20 min I 1994 DAVID MACAULAY SCHOOL KITS SERIES - This resource consists of three 20 minute videos. The videos use cartoons, shots of actual Roman remains, visuals explaining design of cities and buildings, as well as commentary by David Macaulay to help students understand the many aspects of a Roman city. Module III "Daily Life" examines the quality of life of various classes of people who lived in Roman cities. 0104 English 20 min

DAY AT THE POND, A
103135 VH 15 min KP 1993 This colourful full motion video follows the antics of a 9 year old boy and his 6 year old sister as they explore pond life together. 0066 English 15 min

DAVID MACAULAY SCHOOL KITS
For descriptions see individual titles: ROMAN CITY MODULE I : PEOPLE AND SOCIETY [000358] ROMAN CITY MODULE II : THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT [000359] ROMAN CITY MODULE III : DAILY LIFE [000360]

ROMAN CITY MODULE I : PEOPLE AND SOCIETY
000358 VH 20 min I 1994 DAVID MACAULAY SCHOOL KITS SERIES - This resource consists of three 20 minute videos. The videos use cartoons, shots of actual Roman remains, visuals explaining design of cities and buildings, as well as commentary by David Macaulay to help students understand the many aspects of a Roman city. Module I "People and Society" examines the Roman system

THE DAY JIMMY’S BOA ATE THE WASH
105669 VH 8 min P 1990 Based on the book by Trinka Hakes Noble, illustrations by Steven Kellogg. Jimmy’s boa constrictor wreaks havoc on the class trip to a farm. 1037 English 8 min

DAVID THOMPSON
107502 VH 23 min JS 1996 EXPLORERS OF CANADA SERIES David Thompson journeyed through the Canadian West as a fur trader and rapidly became one of the most

59 THE DAY THE COLORS WENT AWAY
105472 VH 10 min P What would the world be like without colours? A little girl finds out when she creates a painting mess, and angers the watercolours in her paint kit. The watercolours get up and leave to play on a rainbow, taking all the colors of the world with them. When the girl persuades the paints to return, the world becomes bright and beautiful once again. 0585 English 10 min

DEATH BY JIB
002083 VH 19 min JS 2005 The rationale for producing this video is to expose the audience to the negative or horrific consequences, including death, often associated with Crystal Meth use. The message is conveyed through stark images, stories and music. Viewing "Death by Jib" can also prompt discussions wherever it is shown regarding the individual, community and family issues that arise as a result of Crystal Meth use. 0530 English 19 min

THE DECLINE OF TSARISM
106993 VH 30 min JA This program studies the series of military defeats and social unrest that resulted in the abdication of Tsar Nicholas II in 1917, ending the Romanov dynasty and setting the Russian revolution in motion. 0140 English 30 min

DEDICATED TO THE ONE I LOVE
104236 VH 46 min JA 1993 When popular high school senior Ron dies in a car accident, Amy, the yearbook editor and Ron’s ex-girlfriend, launches a drive to dedicate the yearbook to him. But the staff is split - it seems that Ron was under the influence of drugs when his car crashed. Then Amy privately discovers that Ron was infected with the HIV virus and now she is HIV positive as well. A strong, dramatic story of teen love, life and AIDS. 0244 English 46 min

THE DAYS OF WHISKEY GAP
000838 VH 28:05 min IJS 1961 Rousing tales of the founding of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and the 1874 trek west! It brings to life some of the legends of the men in the scarlet tunics. 0714 English 28:05 min

THE DEATH OF THE OLD REGIME
106978 VH 30 min JS 1990 THE WESTERN TRADITION SERIES - Program #20 - The Death of the Old Regime - in France the old order collapses under the weight of its own weaknesses and by attack of revolutionists. The French Revolution the new revolutionary state becomes an ideal for some Europeans, a terror for others. 0574 English 30 min

DE LA MUSIQUE FOLKLORIQUE CANADIENNE
105048 VH 50 min IS 1986 Contents: 1) La musique folklorique avant la Confederation; 2) Le pays ` s’agrandit; 3) la musique folklorique contemporaine. 0910 French 50 min

DEFENSE AND REPAIR
103911 VH 25 min JS 1994 I LOVE SCHOOL SERIES - Video explores how our body’s defense system protects itself from foreign particles such as bacteria, dust mites, and other allergens. Also discussed is how the body repairs broken bones. Photographs are taken by miniature cameras and endoscopy. Biology 11 & 12 0104 English 25 min

DEBATING SKILLS
000835 VH 52 min IJ 1990 This video is an introduction to debating skills and aims to convey to students the fun and enjoyment debating can bring. It is designed to be used over two classroom periods. 0267 English 52 min

DEAFNESS AND LEARNING WITH KAREN TAYLOR (CC)
104267 VH 44 min T 1994 Tape B) Unit III - Intellectual, Social and Emotional Development and Deafness. 44 min. Closed Captioned for the Hearing Impaired. 0095 English 44 min

LE DECLENCHEMENT DE LA CRISE D’OCTOBRE
000965 VH 47 min S 2000 LES 30 JOURNEES QUI ONT FAIT LE QUEBEC SERIES - Lundi 5 octobre 1970. Nous sommes a Montreal et il fait un temps radieux comme si l’ete decidait de tenir bon. Au petit matin, a 7 heures 30 exactement, un jeune homme sonne a la porte d’une chic demeure de la rue Redpath Crescent. On vient ouvrir et le jeune inconnu, qui fait signe a deux autres personnes, s’engouffre dans la residence, revolver a la main, ses deux complices a sa suite. Trois minutes plus tard, ils en ressortent avec un otage, un diplomate britannique du nom de James Richard Cross. Ce geste va declencher la crise d’octobre, un moment tragique de l’histoire du Quebec et du Canada entier. 0252 French 47 min

DEFI EN CHAISE ROULANTE
002169 VH 26 min IJ 2004 SERIE JE VIS TA VIE - Marc, qui est atteint de spina bifida, est un expert au hockey-luge, sport qui pratiquent avec vigueur d’autres jeunes qui, comme lui, n’ont pas l’usage de leurs jambes. Mathieu est un fan du hockey traditionnel, et il trouve bien difficile de vivre et de faire du sport sans ses jambes. A travers son experience en fauteuil roulant, Mathieu decouvre qu’un handicap physique peut ettre une occasion de s’epanouir autrement. 0714 French 26 min

DEAFNESS AND LEARNING WITH KAREN TAYLOR (CC)
104268 VH 117 min T 1994 Tape C) Unit IV - Communication. Unit V - Bicultural Considerations. Closed Captioned for the Hearing Impaired. 0095 English 117 min

DEAFNESS AND LEARNING WITH KAREN TAYLOR (CC)
104269 VH 59 min T 1994 Tape D) Unit VI - Education: An Exercise in Collaboration. Closed Captioned for the Hearing Impaired. 0095 English 59 min

DEGAS: PORTRAIT OF AN ARTIST
104912 VH 65 min JA 1980 An unorthodox artist, he was thought to be controversial because of his treatment of women as subjects, whom he dared to show as real people engaged in often unglamourous activities. 0449 English 65 min

THE DECLINE OF ROME DEAR MR. HENSHAW
105613 VH 30 min KPIJSCATI 1989 Based on a book by Beverley Cleary. In his letter to his favorite author, tenyear old Leigh reveals his problems in coping with his parents’ divorce, being the new boy in school, and generally finding his own place in the world. 0058 English 30 min 106778 VH 30 min JS 1990 THE WESTERN TRADITION SERIES - Program #7 - The Decline of Rome while barbarians invade Rome’s borders, civil and economic collapse destroy the empire from within. The Fall of Rome - with the fall of Rome, the church and barbarian kingdoms become heir to the Western empire. 0574 English 30 min

DEGAS: THE QUIET SPIRIT
104897 VH 68 min JS 1989 Explores the life and work of a complex man and an unorthodox artist. Especially controversial was his treatment of women as subjects, whom he often showed engaged in "earthy"

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DELGAMUUKW V. THE QUEEN : ABORIGINAL RIGHTS
107203 VH 30 min IS 1996 PULLING TOGETHER ; 4 SERIES This program examines the aboriginal rights and the ownership of land and resources. The Gitxsan and Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs tell how they have lived on the traditional territories since time immemorial and each hold tracts of land for the purpose of coexistence. The chiefs assert that, on their traditional territories, they have harvested resources without interference for untold centuries. A feature of the program is the last known recorded interview with Johnny David, a respected 117-year-old Wet’suwet’en Elder. 0102 English 30 min

DESERT, A: LET’S EXPLORE SERIES
102582 VH 17 min I 1994 Accompany a young boy and his uncle on a walk in Arizona’s Sonoran Desert and learn how plants and animals are adapted to the harsh conditions of drought and extreme heat. 0689 English 17 min

DEGRASSI TALKS : ABUSE
101013 VH 30 min JS 1992 The United Nations states that every child has the right to love, care and affection. It is surprising how many are not protected by this right. The high statistics on abuse of children and teens in our society are disturbing. The stories told here offer hope that there is life after sexual assault and emotional abuse. 0604 English 30 min

LE DESERT BLANC
107279 VH 55 min JS 1981 Situation, caracteristiques et histoire ` des regions glaciaires du nord du ` Canada. Mode de vie traditionnel et actuel des Inuits et des Blancs habitant ces regions. Apercu du complexe ` ¸ hydro-electrique de la baie James et de ` la richesse minerale de ces contrees. ` ` 0937 French 55 min

DEGRASSI TALKS : ALCOHOL
101008 VH 30 min JS 1992 Pressure to drink is everywhere. We meet a girl who began to drink at 10 years of age and a 16 year old who is a reformed alcoholic. Travelling across the country we also witness the devastating effects of drinking and driving from both the victims and drivers point of view. 0604 English 30 min

DEMOCRACY A LA MAUDE
000005 VH 61 min JS 1997 TALKING WOMEN SERIES 0714 English 61 min Canada - Social policy

DESIGNING MENUS FOR BALANCED DIETS
003002 VH 20 min JS 2004 This video is suitable for students studying Food Technology, particularly as an introduction to overall nutritional concepts. It provides an outline of the importance of a healthy diet through examing the functions of food in the body, the nutrients and their contribution to health, educational guidelines for nutrition and food and energy requirements. Examines vegetarianism and living on a budget. 0414 English 20 min

DEGRASSI TALKS : DEPRESSION
101011 VH 30 min JS 1992 I’m depressed". How many times do we hear these words? Teens often feel they are alone and unloved. We meet teens who feel overwhelmed with feelings of apathy in a society that is filled with environmental destruction, peer pressure and alienation. 0604 English 30 min

DEPRESSION: OUT OF THE SHADOWS
080909 DV 90 min SA 2008 Tells the dramaatic stories of people of different ages, from diverse backgrounds, who live with various forms of depression. Leading mental health experts highlight the latest scientific research and innovative treatments, offering greater understanding and hope for the millions of people living with this complex, but treatable disease. 0788 English 90 min

DESTINATION CANADA [KIT]
100661 KT 1996 LAND OF HOPE (2 volume video set) which features seven poignant stories of immigrants to Canada, spanning a period from the mid-18th century to the present. A Chinese labourer confronts racism when he tries to bring his family to Canada. An emancipated American slave becomes a celebrated Alberta cowboy. A brother and sister, among the thousands of English orphans who came to Canada, are separated upon arrival and have dramatically different experiences with their adoptive parents. A nursing student in Montreal befriends a Salvadoran refugee. Each story is approximately seven minutes in length. STARGATE 2232 CD-ROM (2 copies for Windows) where players are transported into the future and assume the identity of a sentient being from another planet. They must successfully take their chosen character through the immigration process to achieve the ultimate reward of becoming a Canadian citizen. Also includes 1 TEACHER’S GUIDE and 20 copies of NEW FRIENDS magazine. 0714 English

DEGRASSI TALKS : DRUGS
101012 VH 30 min JS 1992 There are no sterotypes in the world of teen drug use and abuse. But there are similarities in why drug use begins. Peer pressure, media influence, lack of understanding by parents are all reasons why many young lives and entire families are damaged forever. 0604 English 30 min

DEPRESSION: THE DARK SIDE OF THE BLUES
104211 VH 25 min JA 1986 Discusses two major types of depression: chronic and manic depression - and illustrates the warning signs for the disease. 0983 English 25 min

DEGRASSI TALKS : SEX
101009 VH 30 min JS 1992 In this episode we listen to the stories of teenagers who have been forced to make difficult decisions regarding the consequences of sexual activity. They speak honestly and openly. 0604 English 30 min

UNE INTRODUCTION A LA CHAMBRE DES COMMUNES
200208 DV 9 min IJS 2003 Presente sous une forme interessante, ce bref programme bien rythme fournit une vue d’ensemble du systeme parlementaire canadien, des niveaux de gouvernement et de la separation des pouvoirs. 0414 French 9 min

DEGRASSI TALKS : SEXUALITY
101010 VH 30 min JS 1992 Sexual awakening. The words sound so simple yet the changes our bodies go through can be anything but simple. We meet a young gay man and lesbian woman who talk about the difficulties of "coming out" in high school. 0604 English 30 min

DERIVATIVES
002060 VH 25 min JS 2002 What is an effect, the root of a word, a synonym for "credited", and also a famous mathematical term? The answer: a derivative. The Standard Deviants are going to focus on the derivative’s celebrity status in math as the numero uno, grade-A rate of change. 0414 English 25 min

DETAILS AND DATA, TEXTURES AND TOUCHES (CC)
PR0474 VH 28 min P 1988

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FROM THE ENCOUNTERS SERIES Students are encouraged to use their senses to discover details and data, texture and touches. In the process, they come to understand the importance of these in everday life. 0009 English 28 min Primary

DIFFERENTIATING INSTRUCTION (ELEMENTARY EDITION)
013107 VH 77 min TEACHER 2002 This is a program from the Video Journal of Education and it features 2 videotapes of this Elementary edition of Differentiating Instruction. Planning for diffentiation enables teachers to meet the needs of all students in today’s classrooms.Typically, classrooms are filled with learners of broad diversity, experience, and ability levels. This program introduces the elements for planning with many classroom examples that show actual practices. (Includes: 2-videos, 1-CD, 1-guide) 0054 English 77 min

guide cards and 30 marker pens. 0759 English

DIGESTIVE SYSTEM
103853 VH 17 min 1988 Journey through the digestive system from ingestion through digestion to elimination. 0689 English 17 min

LES DEUX BUGATTI (CC)
106087 VH 26 min 1992 (Serie LES INTREPIDES) Dans cette ` episode, alors qu’ils sont a examiner ` ` une des deux Bugatti miniatures de ouleur janue qu’un auditeur a heritees ` ` de son parrain, Julie et Tom decouvrent ` un message impossible a dechiffrer. ` ` Dans l’autre voiture miniature, les "intrepides" lisent l’addresse d’un ` terrain vague ou l’on a cache une ` ` superbe Bugatti jaune grandeur reelle. ` Francais Langue Premiere K-7 0104 ¸ ` French 26 min

DIGESTIVE SYSTEM
103903 VH 18 min I 1994 Classroom demonstrations, animation, and medical photography illustrate the digestive process and explain the roles of various organs in digestion. 0689 English 18 min

DIFFERENTIATING INSTRUCTION (SECONDARY EDITION)
013108 VH 85 min TEACHER 2002 This Secondary Edition of Differentiating Instruction to Meet the Needs of all students is comprised of 2 videotapes and an implementation guide. The presenters are Gayle Gregory and Carolyn Chapman,who have co-authored a book on differentiating instruction. The implementation guide will lead you through a series of 20-30 minute learning segments that include video and learning activities. The important objective must always be improved learning for teachers to ensure increased learning for all students. (Includes: 2-videos, 1-CD, 1-guide) 0054 English 85 min

DIGESTIVE SYSTEM (2ND ED.)
103884 VH 16 min JS 1981 THE HUMAN BODY SERIES - Follows the path of digestion from the time food enters the mouth to the time the nutrients reach the cells and the body disposes of the rest. 0299 English 16 min

THE DEVIL AND DANIEL MOUSE
013001 VH 24 min PI 1976 When a down-and-out singing mouse signs a contract with "Devil May Care Productions", her career suddenly rockets her to stardom. It screeches to a halt, however, when she discovers that she didn’t read the fine print, and the Devil himself has arrived to collect his due. Can music save the day? Leave it to Daniel Mouse! 0574 English 24 min

DIGGING FOR DINOSAURS
000706 VH 28 min P 1999 Pick up your shovel and help put together a 65 million year-old puzzle! Students discover how fossils formed and give us clues to prehistoric times, and which animals today are descendants of the dinosaurs. Songs, activities, and recreated life-size dinosaurs. 0929 English 28 min

DIARY FOR A PLACE IN TIME
000629 VH 28:19 min JS 1981 Few people still live in the southern Queen Charlotte Islands off British Columbia’s northwest coast. Haida totem poles and the rusting remains of early industries (mining, whaling and fish canning) create haunting scenes of decay, which are heightened by archival film shots. More than the history of a particular place, this video also looks at how we perceive history itself. 0714 English 28:19 min

DIGESTION AND ABSORPTION
103861 VH 10 min I 1988 The body responds to the sights and smells of food by stimulating appetite. This video follows the digestive process, from the initial point of ingestion to the entry of nutrients into the cells. 0299 English 10 min

THE DINGLES
105456 VH 8 min PI 1988 Adapted from the popular children’s storybook of the same name, THE DINGLES tells the warm, simple story of Doris Dingle’s summer afternoon adventure with her three cats. 0714 English 8 min

THE DIGESTIVE AND EXCRETORY SYSTEM
001775 VH 15 min IJ 2003 This colourful video uses graphic sequences to illustrate the journey of a pizza slice as it travels through the human body. Each major organ of the digestive and excretory systems is profiled and shown in action. In addition, the program explains how the body uses fats, carbohydrates, proteins and other nutrients. 0414 English 15 min

DIARY OF ANNE FRANK
106913 VH 151 min JS 1959 The true tale of eight brave people huddled in a cramped attic for two years in a desperate, determined effort to escape the Nazi horror. Faithful to the diary of 13 year old Anne Frank. 0204 English 151 min

LES DINOSAURES
102786 VH 15 min IJ 1989 Joignez-vous a un groupe de jeunes et ` participez a une inoubliable visite ` guidee du plus celebre musee ` ` ` ` paleontologique au monde, le musee ` ` Tyrrell a Drumheller en Alberta. 0528 ` French 15 min

DIARY OF ANNE FRANK
ILA061 VH 170 min J 1959 The story of Anne Frank, a Jewish adolescent who hides for the last two years of World War II in an Amsterdam attic. This video makes the study of the book, The Diary of Anne Frank, more accessible for students. 0983 English 170 min Intermediate Language Arts

DIGESTIVE, RESPIRATORY, CIRCULATORY, IMMUNE
103737 KT IJ 1987 Contents: Study prints (11" x 17"), laminated, printed on both sides. Blackline masters to accompany student lessons and reviews, teacher’s guide, student labcards with teacher’s

DINOSAURS
102785 VH 15 min KPIJ 1989 Join young children ages 4-14 on a tour of the world’s finest museum of palaeontology, The Tyrrell Museum in Drumheller, Alberta. 0528 English 15 min

62 DINOSAURS: HOW WE KNOW WHAT WE KNOW
102791 VH 20 min PIJS 1992 An interesting and informative basis for discussion on the various physical attributes of dinosaurs. Can also be viewed as a basis for the solving of problems about dinosaurs by deductive reasoning. 0267 English 20 min

DISCOVER EMILY CARR
104679 KT KPIJS 1990 A multi-media kit to support the intermediate integrated curriculum resource "Discover Emily Carr with Discover Art". 0755 English

DISCOVERING THE CHANGING SURFACE OF OUR EARTH
ISC079 VH 40 min I 1988 This video introduces the geological processes of building and wearing down the earth’s crust. These processes include: faulting, folding, earthquakes, volcanism, and erosion through physical and chemical weathering. Alternating between a narrator and two "alien" scientists exploring the Earth, this program uses live-action footage and animated graphics to explain the concepts presented. Closed Captioned for the Hearing Impaired. 0615 English 40 min Intermediate Science

DISCOVER SKILLS FOR LIFE
For descriptions see individual titles: UNCLE ED’S PROBLEM [013050] LEEANN’S DAY OFF [013049] VERONICA’S FIGHT [013047] RUDY TALKS IT OUT [013048] FINDING OUT ABOUT JULIO [013051] NO CONTEST [013053] THE DRAWING [013052]

DIRECTIONS
106276 VH 10 min J 1985 GEOGRAPHY SKILLS SERIES - The importance of orienting a map to the landscape is emphasized to help students visualize directions. 0470 English 10 min

DIRECTIONS (2ND ED.)
106284 VH 10 min PI 1987 MAP SKILLS FOR BEGINNERS SERIES - If you were a bored creature on another planet, how delightful it would be to get a letter from your friends on Earth, inviting you to go to Earth and follow a trail to find a mystery treasure. It might well turn out that you’d learn alot in the process about directions. If you had to use a map and a compass, you’d find out about how knowing directions helps you determine which way to go, and helps you have fun with your friends, as well. 0574 English 10 min

DISCOVERING SHAKESPEARE (HAMLET) : ACT 1 (CC)
105927 VH 28 min S 1990 See also 822 VR 031, Act II. The videos, narrated by Patrick Stewart, provide a behind-the-scenes view of The Renaissance Theatre Company’s rehearsals for HAMLET. Kenneth Branagh in the title role is directed by Derek Jacobi. Actors discuss their characters and characterization. Viewers are given a glimpse of all aspects of presentation including costuming, set design, dance choreography, and delivery. English Literature 12 0104 English 28 min

DISCOVERING THE CHANGING SURFACE OF OUR EARTH (CC
102537 VH 40 min IJ 1988 Introduces the geological processes of the formation and erosion of the earth’s crust including: faulting, folding, earthquakes, volcanism, and physical and chemical weathering. Uses live action and animation to explain the concepts as two alien visitors explore the Earth. 0104 English 40 min

DISCOVERING THE ORCHESTRA : 5 PROGRAMS
105097 VH KPIJSCATIS 1986 This video series explores the symphony orchestra through each of instrumental families - string, brass, woodwind, and percussion. The first four parts describe the instruments within each family. Each part of the video series concludes with an ensemble performance by the entire orchestra of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra of London, England. 0892 English

THE DIRT-WITCH CLEANS UP
103922 16 7 min P Good health habits and cleanliness are promoted in a fantasy about a witch who casts spells to make others as dirty and miserable as she is. 0350 English 7 min

DISCOVERING SHAKESPEARE (HAMLET) : ACT II (CC)
105928 VH 25 min S 1990 See also 822 VR 030, Act I. The videos, narrated by Patrick Stewart, provide a behind-the-scenes view of The Renaissance Theatre Company’s rehearsals for HAMLET. Kenneth Branagh in the title role is directed by Derek Jacobi. Actors discuss their characters and characterization. Viewers are given a glimpse of all aspects of presentation including costuming, set design, dance choreography, and delivery. English Literature 12 0104 English 25 min

DISASTERS OF THE CENTURY: HUMAN ERROR
001757 VH 46:23 min JS 2003 The first half of this video provides an excellent re-creation of the Halifax explosion where 2 ships collided and hundreds were killed. THe second half show a 1955 car crash at LeMans. 1057 English 46:23 min

DISCOVERY SCHOOL
For descriptions see individual titles: REALITY MATTERS : SEX AND STDS [014338]

DISCIPLINE AND PROCEDURES
000939 VH 36 min T 1998 THE EFFECTIVE TEACHER VIDEO SERIES - Part 3 of a set of video tapes of the Effective Teacher Video Series. The series is designed for both new teacher induction programs as well as in-service programs for veteran teachers. A Facilitator’s Manual and the correlated book The First Days of School can be borrowed from the Professional Library at the LMCC. This particular video deals with the following: How to have a well-managed classroom; how to post assignments; when and how to take roll. HARRYK. English 36 min

DISCOVERING THE CELL
102931 VH 26 min S 1993 Summarizes five aspects of cytology: history, microscopy, cell organelles, mitosis, and meiosis. Contributions of Hooke, Leuewenhoek, Schleiden, Schwann, and Virchow are presented. The advantages and limitations of the light, electron and con-focal laser microscopes are illustrated as the video proceeds to describe the major parts of cells and their functions. The stages of mitosis are defined, illustrated and labelled before the process of meiosis is described in more general terms. Biology 11 & 12 0104 English 26 min

A DISCUSSION OF "THE LADY OR THE TIGER?"
105693 VH 11 min IS Clifton Fadiman, author and General Editor of the EBE Humanities Program, discusses this famous story. 0585 English 11 min

DISNEY’S BEGINNING MAP SKILLS SERIES
106267 VH 30 min P 1990 Disney characters help students learn basic map reading skills. Concepts covered include symbols, cardinal direction, scale and distance. 0339 English 30 min

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101434 VH 18 min P 1990 a) Goofy learns how "trick or treating" started. Why people dress in costumes and about other Halloween customs and superstitions. b) Donald Duck learns what "trick or treat" is all about after he decides to play a trick on his nephews on Halloween. 0339 English 18 min classical music. 0574 min English 20

DOCTOR DE SOTO
101736 VH 6 min P From the book by William Steig. Animation. 1037 English 6 min

THE RHYTHM AND PERCUSSION FAMILIES
000345 VH 23 min I 1997 DISNEY’S WORLD OF MUSIC DISCOVERY SERIES - Viewers discover the world of rhythm and percussion as they are introduced to the snare drum, brass drum, tom toms, cymbals, trap set, conga drum, tympani, piano, xylophone, and more. 0574 English 23 min

THE DOG WHO HAD KITTENS
105676 VH 14 min PI 1991 When Eloise the Cat has kittens, Baxter the Basset Hound is relegated to the garage. Upset at the upheaval in his life, he blames Eloise. His grumpiness turns to anger when he realizes that Eloise seems to be shirking her motherly duties by being absent between feeding. Baxter decides to fill the void and is delighted when the kittens snuggle and play with him. 0556 English 14 min

THE STRING FAMILY
200022 VH 20 min I 1997 DISNEY’S WORLD OF MUSIC DISCOVERY SERIES - World of Music Series (Series of 6 programs) Introduces the violin, viola, cello, and double bass, as well as other stringed instruments, and shows how they work. Viewers learn about violin maker Antonio Stradivari and composer and violinist Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, among others. 0574 English 20 min

THE WOODWIND FAMILY
000346 VH 21 min I 1997 DISNEY’S WORLD OF MUSIC DISCOVERY SERIES - This exploration of the woodwind family of musical instruments introduces the clarinet, bassoon, oboe, and flute and alto sax, as well as the English horn, bass clarinet, piccolo, contrabassoon, and alto flute. Also introduces Adolphe Sax, the man who invented the saxophone in 1840. 0574 English 21 min

DOGS: THE WORLD OF PETS SERIES
104491 VH 16 min PI 1985 This film explores the world of the dog. A visit to a local dog show by a family wishing to purchase a pet illustrates the great variety of canine breeds and some of the differences among them. 0689 English 16 min

MUSIC OVERVIEW
000341 VH 24 min I 1997 DISNEY’S WORLD OF MUSIC DISCOVERY SERIES - Introduces viewers to a range of musical concepts including rhythm, melody, harmony, syncopation, composers, band, orchestra, improvisation, arranger, baton, vibrate, bow pizzicato, duet, choir, and scat singing. Along the way, viewers are introduced to Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Gershwin, Ellington, and the Beatles, and learn about various styles of music from folk to jazz. 0574 English 24 min

DISNEY’S WORLD OF MUSIC DISCOVERY SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: THE STRING FAMILY [200022] MUSIC OVERVIEW [000341] THE VOICE FAMILY [000342] THE BRASS FAMILY [000344] THE RHYTHM AND PERCUSSION FAMILIES [000345] THE WOODWIND FAMILY [000346]

A DOLL’S HOUSE
106022 VH 89 min JA 1959 A made-for-TV production of Ibsen’s play dealing with sexual roles and a woman’s quest for freedom. Stars Julie Harris and Christopher Plummer. 0621 English 89 min

DISPLACED PERSONS
YRY012 VH 29 min ORIGINS: A HISTORY OF CANADA SERIES - In the first half of the seventeenth century, for economic and religious reasons, thousands of English settlers came to North America, while the French kept their numbers down and increased their territory in pursuit of the beaver. The harvesting of souls by the French proved to be fatal to many Indians. This tragedy is examined in detail. 0471 English 29 min First Nations (Socials)

A DOLL’S HOUSE: PART I (THE DESTRUCTION OF ILLUSI
E00792 VH 34 min I 1968 This program reveals that what Ibsen had to say is as compelling today as it was a century ago. Norris Houghton helps the viewer search for the subsurface tensions beneath a charming family portrait, and in this lesson, leads up to a possible reconciliation that could make Nora’s life a "Doll’s House" dream again. 0983 English 34 min English/Language Arts

THE VOICE FAMILY
000342 VH 20 min I 1997 DISNEY’S WORLD OF MUSIC DISCOVERY SERIES - The world of music comes alive as we are introduced to the human voice as a musical instrument. Viewers learn that soprano is a high voice,bass is low, and alto and tenor are in-between. Viewers are introduced to jazz vocalists Sarah Vaughn and Louis Armstrong, as well as opera singers Beverly Sills and Luciano Pavarotti. This program fosters an appreciation of a range of musical genres. 0574 English 20 min

DOLPHINS AND WHALES
PR0427 VH 11 min P 1986 An adventure into the fascinating world of dolphins and whales. Stunning cinematography gives viewers a firsthand glimpse at these unique creatures of the sea. Dolphins, who are eager to learn and master new tricks, can become very entertaining to observe. Killer whales, known for their size and sharp teeth, can be seen as warm and affectionate in an aquarium or park where they are trained to perform amazing tricks! 0983 English 11 min Primary

DIVE TO THE CORAL REEFS (CC)
102936 VH 30 min I 1990 READING RAINBOW SERIES - This book is a factual account of a living coral reef as explored by a group of scientists from the New England Aquarium. Host LeVar Burton scuba dives in the coral reefs of the Florida Keys where he encounters tropical fish and a variety of coral. Viewers are introduced to the "reef doctor" who restores life to damaged reefs by transplanting living coral. 0470 English 30 min

THE BRASS FAMILY
000344 VH 20 min I 1997 DISNEY’S WORLD OF MUSIC DISCOVERY SERIES - Introduces the tuba, trombone, French horn and trumpet, as well as other brass instruments. Introduces composer John Philip Sousa, jazz musician Louis Armstrong, and jazz trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie. Viewers will discover the many venues that depend upon the brass family, including ceremonial music marches, fanfares, jazz and

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106025 VH 28 min JS 1993 Livrofolie" serie. Cervantes. Theme: ` ` L’ideal. 0665 French 28 min `

Ottawa. Ties between the contemporary and traditional aspects of Cardinal’s life are examined. First Nations Studies 12 0104 English 25 min

DREAMSPEAKERS
105166 VH 25 min S 1993 SPIRIT TO SPIRIT SERIES - This program combines colourful footage to live performances, film clips, and interviews into a documentary-style report about the Dreamspeakers Film Festival in Edmonton, Alberta. The festival involved people from 30 different First Nations who travelled from twelve different countries. Specific attention was paid to the experiences of the delegates from the South Pacific. The video focuses upon the theme of the creative process of both actors and directors. This theme is re-visited several times throughout the program. First Nations Studies 12 0104 English 25 min

DON’T BE A TV : TELEVISION VICTIM
101952 VH 18 min IJ 1992 Hailed as one of the most important programs for media literacy, sociology and general interest, this video will enable viewers to think more deeply about the violence, sensationalism, gender stereotypes and social prejudices that are all too familiar on TV. 0599 English 18 min

DOVE DAYS;JOURNEYS WITH PAKISTAN’S INSAN STREET THEATRE
200235 DV 47 min JS 2002 The film highlights peaceful protest and a nonviolent Islamic reaction to the events in India, Pakistan, and the Middle East. Offers a fresh perspective to the Western media’s portrayal of Islam, Islamic fundamentalism, and the connections between politics, religion, geopolitical issues, and media communication. 0414 English 47 min

DON’T EAT TOO MUCH TURKEY
101383 VH 7 min KP 1990 Before Thanksgiving vacation, the firstgrade teacher reads the class a story about the pilgrims and has the children drawing Thanksgiving pictures. Based on another Miriam Cohen and Lillian Hobran book. 0907 English 7 min

DR. HEIDEGGERS EXPERIMENT
105557 VH 22 min JS 1969 Deals with two of Nathaniel Hawthorne’s favourite themes: the consequences of tampering with nature and of rejecting conventional morality. 0350 English 22 min

LES DROGUES ILLEGALES (LES DEBROUILLARDS III) CC
104094 VH 28 min IJ 1992 Cette video explore et demystifie le ` ` monde des drogues illegales au moyen ` de saynetes, de reportages et ` d’experience scientifique. On y abords ` les subject suivants: l’histoire de la contrebande, les controles douaniers, ˆ les effets physiologiques de la droque et les programmes de rehabilitation. ` Les nombreux temoingnages de jeunes ` contribuent a appuyer l’information ` presentee. 0104 French 28 min ` `

DOODLE SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: CARTOONING AND CARICATURES [000887]

DR. HELMCKEN’S JOURNAL
HI0024 VH 30 min IS 1972 This program relives the events leading up to British Columbia’s entry into Confederation through the journals of Dr. Helmcken. Pictures of the period and personal reminiscences of Victoria City Archivist, Mr. A.J. Helmcken, who heard much of the story first hand from his grandfather, Dr. Helmcken. 0094 English 30 min History

THE DOOR CLOSES (CC)
106673 VH 30 min S 1993 LIFE IN THE FREEZER SERIES - This video, narrated by David Attenborough, is an excellent overview of the life in the Antarctic. It details the struggle of many of the vertebrates such as seals, penguins, and seagulls. The adaptations necessary to survive the harsh winter conditions are discussed. Many invertebrates are introduced covering a wide range of phyla in the animal kingdom from Nemertea to Mollusca. Biology 11 & 12. 0104 English 30 min

A DROP IN THE OCEAN
200259 DV 48:50 min S 2002 A Canadian doctor with Doctors Without Borders documents her experiences in Liberia, a country that has been devastated by a decade of civil war. 0414 English 48:50 min

A DROP OF BLOOD
103865 VH 16 min IJ A clear explanation of the composition of blood, how the circulatory system works and that everyone shares the same four blood types. 0983 English 16 min

DRAGONFLY, THE (CC)
PR0403 VH 11 min P 1986 This program follows the entire life cycle of the insect family’s most skilled flyer -the dragonfly. 0983 English 11 min Primary

THE DOUGHNUTS
105550 VH 26 min From the book Homer Price by McCloskey. Animated story about a ten-year old boy who deals with a doughnut machine that has gone beserk. 1037 English 26 min P

DROPPING IN ON MATISSE
002166 VH 23:07 min IJ 2005 Join Puffer the puffin as he flies into the south of France in the mid-twentieth century to explore the life and artwork of artist Henri Matisse. As Puffer interviews Matisse, he learns how and why the artist’s work evolved from colourfully patterned paintings to his unique paper cutouts. Brief teacher’s guide included in the video. 0414 English 23:07 min

THE DRAMA OF REPRODUCTION
000007 VH 13 min JS 1997 introduces the concepts of genetic materials (DNA), sexual and the asexual reproduction, cellular differentiation, and the phases of mitosis. 0601 English 13 min Life Science

DOUGLAS CARDINAL, ARCHITECT (CC)
104738 VH 25 min S 1991 MY SERIES - Examines the history, struggles and personal philosophy of renowned architect Douglas Cardinal. Set upon the context of several of his projects, Cardinal speaks about his work and the influences that have guided it. Provides a wide range of Cardinal’s work on both the provincial and national levels. The works viewed range from his first effort, St. Mary’s Church in Red Deer, Alberta, to his most impressive project to date, the Canadian Museum of Civilization in

DRAWING THE LINE
104096 VH 1996 eenagers talk about drinking and driving. [Taped broadcast Oct. 22/96.] 1056 English

DROPPING IN ON PICASSO
002165 VH 20:35 min IJS 2005 Join Puffer as he drops in on Pable Picasso in this animated video developed especially for young students. Learn how Picasso’s art evolved from his Blue period to his

Rose period, to Cubism, and even sculpture. Characters in the video pose open-ended questions that prompt viewers of all ages to make their own critical analyses and interpretations of the works of art. 0414 English 20:35 min

DYING TO BE PERFECT
104021 VH 27 min JS 1988 Presents a frank and sensitive look at anorexia nervosa and bulimia - from the direct experience of those involved. 0230 English 27 min

65 EARLE BIRNEY: PORTRAIT OF A POET
105483 VH 54 min S In this intimate film Earle Birney speaks lovingly of his craft and, manuscript in hand, explains the process of translating poetic inspiration into a successful work of art. 0714 English 54 min

DRUG DIALOGUE
104054 VH 15 min 1991 A video that suggests ways parents can talk to their kids before drugs become a problem. Also, suggests what parents can do if kids have begun to experiment with drugs. 0444 English 15 min

DYLAN THOMAS, A PORTRAIT
105868 VH 26 min S 1989 A warm, insightful and informative portrait of the Welsh poet who spoke with the tongue of angels and looked like an inmade bed - or so said the New York Times. 0380 English 26 min

THE EARLIER TWENTIETH CENTURY
105864 VH 28 min S 1988 From the Survey of English Poetry series hosted by John Gielgud. Includes Yeats,Owen,Thomas,Frost,Eliot , and Auden. 0380 English 28 min

DRUGS IN MIND
104056 VH 18 min IJ 1989 Jimmy Brennan is drinking and doing drugs. The audience sees the arguments taking place within Jimmy between Conscience and Drugs (in human form). 0585 English 18 min

EAGLE HAS LANDED: THE FLIGHT OF APOLLO II
HI0018 VH 28 min IS 1969 This program documents the space mission which landed Americans on the moon. The program takes you from assembly of the rocket and spacecraft to lauching, to lunar landing and exploration, and back to earth. 0676 English 28 min History

EARLIEST PIONEER LIFE
000138 VH 18 min IJS 1997 LEARNING ABOUT PIONEERS SERIES - The methods (and implements) used by the first settlers to clear the land and establish their first homes and farms. Includes activity guide. English 18 min

DRUGS, YOUR FRIENDS, AND YOU: HANDLING PEER PRESS
104083 VH 24 min IJ 1994 Peer pressure can be a powerful influence on the decision to use drugs or alcohol, and young people don’t always realize they can continue to respect their own best interests and say no. Program makes students aware they do have choices, then teaches specific techniques for dealing assertively with pro-drug/alcohol pressures. 0920 English 24 min

EARLY LEARNING SERIES THE EAGLE SOARS
000321 VH 25 min IJ 1994 Robertson Davidson, a Haida master carver, narrates this video on totem carving. He discusses his role as a teacher to apprentice carvers and what he learned as an apprentice from master carver Bill Reid. He demonstrates the process of carving a pole from first cut to the finished, painted product. 0104 English 25 min For descriptions see individual titles: AT PROMISE: READING PRACTICES THAT WORK/ READING INTERVENTION [002004] IT’S ALL IN THE BAG / CLUSTERING FROM TEXT [002002] TALKING TABLES: KINDERGARTEN LANGUAGE/LITERACY INTERVENTI [002003]

DUCK, THE (CC)
PR0419 VH 11 min P 1989 This program acompanies several young ducklings as they are hatched from their shells and begin to explore their world on a small farm. Watch the mother duck teach her young to walk, eat and swim and learn the basic life cycle of the typical duck. 0983 English 11 min Primary

EARLY PIONEER VILLAGE
000136 VH 14 min IJS 1997 LEARNING ABOUT PIONEERS SERIES - The establishment of the earliest pioneer village. Includes activity guide. English 14 min

THE EAGLES OF BRACKENDALE
103528 VH 9 min IA 1996 This video is a production the Forest Alliance of B.C. and the Nature Conservancy of Canada. The Alliance assigns the highest priority to preserving specialized wildlife habitat such as the eagle wintering range in the Squamish Valley. It is hoped that the eagles returning each year to Brackendale will stand testament to the forest sector’s ongoing commitment to preserving native wildlife and biodiversity in British Columbia. 0052 English 9 min

THE EARLY RENAISSANCE
9O1276 VH 60 min S 1989 ART OF THE WESTERN WORLD SERIES - Florentine artists in the early 1400s, such as Masaccio, Donatello, Ghiberti, Gruenwald and Durer, reinterpret the classical tradition. 0571 English 60 min Social Studies

DUDLEY IN THE RAINFOREST
105718 VH 27 min PI 1994 Dudley and Aggie fly to the children’s rainforest on a daring rescue mission. 0910 English 27 min

DUNCAN AND DELORES (CC)
PR0464 VH 30 min P 1986 READING RAINBOW SERIES Duncan and Delores is the story about a little girl’s attempts to win a cat’s affection. Viewers get a glimpse of how humans turn into cats at the popular Broadway musical CATS. 0264 English 30 min Primary

THE EARS AND HEARING (2ND EDITION)
000423 VH 22 min I 1998 This study visualizes the structure and functions of the human ear and how it transmits sound waves to the brain. Visual techniques include photomicrography, animation and analogy demonstrations. The camera explores hearing malfunctions and records various stages of a stapendectomy while the surgeon

EAR
103715 MO PS Ear model consisting of outer ear on stand and two smaller pieces consisting of the middle ear and inner ear. Teacher’s guide, 10 teaching cards, and activity sheets included. 0759 English

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comments on the delicate procedures. 0585 English 22 min

EARTH: THE WATER PLANET
200220 DV 30 min IJS 2005 This 30-minute video covers the oceans, the impact of ocean currents, water cycle, freshwater, weathering and erosion, and water pollution. Information is useful but not extensive, covering most of the Achievement Indicators of the Grade 8 Earth and Space Science curriculum. 0414 English 30 min

EARTH’S ROTATION AND REVOLUTION
200279 DV 14 min P 2006 This program clearly presents the concepts and vocabulary to support the Grade 3 unit, Stars and Planets. A good mix of real-life images, diagrams and animations illustrates the concepts being taught. An index allows the teacher to choose which concepts to present, and the introductory frames identify the questions/concepts that will be covered. The guide supplies preand post-viewing activities, as well as questions to focus and retain student attention during the program. It could be used to introduce specific concepts one at a time, or as an initial introduction to the entire unit. 0414 English 14 min

EARTH IN ACTION SERIES
200277 DV 20 min I 2006 This Earth in Action Series contain 4 DVDs (approx. 20 min. ea) and Teacher’s Guides to go with each unit. The units are Volcanoes and Earthquakes; Plate Tectonics; Forces Shaping the Earth; and Weathering and Soils. 0414 English 20 min

EARTHQUAKES AND STORMS EARTH IN CHANGE: THE EARTH’S CRUST (CC)
ISC058 VH 14 min I 1989 This documentary shows the Earth’s crust undergoing continual change. Plate tectonics, erosion and weathering are explained. Diagrams and live footage supplement concept development. 0352 English 14 min Intermediate Science 102646 VH 15 min P 1993 Part 1: "Earthquakes" is a scientific and safety program that explains the phenomenon of earthquakes using high-tech animation, illustrations and live demonstrations of safety drills. Part 2: "Storms" uses everyday objects to illustrate concepts such as rising warm air, falling cool air, and the water cycle. Graphic animation shows cuases of lightning, thunder and tornadoes. Safety measures are itemized. 0574 English 15 min

EARTHWORKS: THE EARTH’S CRUST
102647 KT IJ 1987 Contents: 30 study prints (11"x17") laminated, printed both sides. 70 blackline masters to accompany 27 student lessons and 5 reviews, teacher’s guide, 28 student labcards with teacher’s guide cards, 27 marking pens. 0759 English

THE EARTH-MOON SYSTEM (CC)
102295 VH 20 min S 1993 EARTH SCIENCE VIDEO LIBRARY SERIES - This video covers the relationship between the earth and the moon. It is divided into three parts: formation, motion, and lunar effects on the earth. The video deals with solar and lunar eclipses, tides and lunar features such as maria, highlands, craters and rilles. It ends with a computer-animated sequence of life on the moon. Earth Science 11 & Geology 12 0104 English 20 min

EARTHQUAKES (CC)
102601 VH 22 min S 1994 CHANGING EARTH SERIES - This video examines earthquakes and the relationship to plate boundaries in different parts of the world such as China, Mexico, Tashkent, California, and so on. Graphics illustrate body and surface waves. The principle of the seismograph is explained and the Richter and Mercalli scales are illustrated. Successful and unsuccessful forecasting of major earthquakes is explored as well as the effect of earthquakes on society. Earth Science 11 & Geology 12 0104 English 22 min

EARTHWORM: DARWIN’S PLOW (CC)
ISC045 VH 13 min I 1986 Darwin’s experiments are recreated to illustrate the natural cycle of earthworms. The earthworm is studied through close-ups of its anatomy and an exploration of its role in rejuvenating the soil. As well, the program provides experiments that children can reproduce. 0296 English 13 min Intermediate Science

EARTH SCIENCE
102027 VH 36 min IJ 1994 BILL NYE : THE SCIENCE GUY SERIES - The Earth and outer space provide Bill Nye with plenty of awesome facts for his viewers: 1) Dinosaurs, 2) The Moon, 3) Outer Space, 4) Wind and 5) Earth’s Seasons. 0574 English 36 min

EAT FOR HEALTH (2ND EDITION)
000518 VH 8 min PI 1990 Seeing food in its various forms - on the farm or in the kitchen, in its cooked or unprepared state - helps young viewers understand that what they eat affects the way they feel, and contributes to their increased energy and growth. The video emphasizes the importance of choosing a variety of foods from the four basic food groups, and explains how nutrients and minerals supplied by the food we eat are used for different purposes by our bodies. 0350 English 8 min

EARTHQUAKES: OUR RESTLESS PLANET
000118 VH 22 min IJ 1994 EARTH SCIENCE VIDEO LIBRARY SERIES - This video explores the Earth’s composition including plate techtonics, continental drift, subduction, seismology, focus, epicentre, and magnitude. It begins with real footage of classrooms during the L.A. earthquake in 1989 and ends with a review. 0104 English 22 min

EARTH SCIENCE VIDEO LIBRARY SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: ACID RAIN : THE INVISIBLE THREAT (CC) [101068] THE EARTH-MOON SYSTEM (CC) [102295] EARTHQUAKES: OUR RESTLESS PLANET [000118] THE HYDROLOGIC CYCLE : WATER IN MOTION (CC) [102597] INTRODUCING EARTH SCIENCE (CC) [102538] ROCK CYCLE [102530] WEATHERING AND EROSION (CC) [102602]

EARTH’S CRUST
002192 VH 25 min PI 2004 BILL NYE : THE SCIENCE GUY SERIES - Bill Nye literally goes to the depths of the earth to explain how the earth’s surface and its inner mantle differ. 0574 English 25 min

EAT WELL, GROW WELL (2ND ED.) (CC)
103907 VH 24 min KP 1990 OUR WONDERFUL BODY SERIES Food. Food. Food. "What is it and why do humans need it?", wonders space explorer Zork in this fully animated program. As he searches for answers, Zork helps young viewers to identify

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the six kinds of nutrients needed for health, and to understand why the body needs each kind of nutrient. Physical Education K-7, IRP 007 Personal Planning K-7 0104 English 24 min

EATING HEALTHY ON A BUDGET
104570 VH 23 min IS 1992 Who says a nutritious diet has to be expensive? Practical tips for stretching your food dollar while maintaining a healthy and balanced diet. 0274 English 23 min

AN ECHO TO THE SENSE : PROSODY AND FORM IN POETRY
000191 VH 30 min S 1992 LITERARY VISIONS series - Focuses on the poetic effects of sound, rhythm, and meter. Concrete imagery is used to illustrate poetic concepts such as prosody, rhythm, onomatopoeia, alliteration, and different patterns of meter. The relationship of word choice, meter, and meaning is discussed. The film demonstrates how to scan a poem for rhythm and also provides historical perspective. 0104 English 30 min

EATING HEALTHY FOR HEART HEALTH
104564 VH 23 min IS 1992 Modern concerns about heart disease and staying trim are changing the way traditional dishes are prepared. Experts provide the latest heart health information aimed at controlling fat intake and reducing cholesterol. 0274 English 23 min

EATING HEALTHY WHEN DINING OUT
104565 VH 23 min IS 1992 Once an occasional treat, dining out has become a way of life for many Americans. From fabulous French cuisine to French fries, chefs and nutrition experts provide tips for dining out. 0274 English 23 min

EATING HEALTHY FOR KIDS
104562 VH 23 min IS 1992 With today’s changing lifestyles, guess who’s cooking dinner for the kids tonight?... The kids! Advice from the experts on what families should know about making healthy food choices for children. 0274 English 23 min

ECHOINGS OF THE ELDERS: TEACHINGS FOR COAST SALISH YOUTH
013082 VH 20 min IJS 2000 "I hope that each and every one of you will take something home from this, even it is one small thing, that’s going to mean a lot. You are going to understand what we are trying to tell you. It is good to see you all sit and listen and not keep jumping up and down and leaving the circle. Always carry yourself like that, that way the elders will be so willing to share with you the teachings that are going to help you. Because one day will come when you will be the ones teaching the young ones." Agnes Pierre, Coast Salish Elder PAC LEA English 20 min

EAU - RESERVES ET RESEAUX
013044 VH 20:11 min IJS 2001 SERIE TRANSIT D’UN OCEAN A L’AUTRE - Le Canada possede les reserves d’eau douce et d’eau salee les plus importantes de la planete. Ce document video examine les voies navigables, les reserves et reseaux hydriques du pays et fait valoir l’importance accordee a l’eau hier comme aujourd’hui. Eau nous montre cette precieuse ressources s’est revelee a la fois une benediction et un defi. Les premiers explorateurs a la recherche du passage du Nord-Ouest vers l’Asie se sont egares et ont fait naufrage sur les banquises traitresses de l’Arctique canadien. Le monde entier a par contre beaucoup prise les eaux cotieres du pays pour l’abondance de ses stocks de poissons. 0714 French 20:11 min

EATING HEALTHY FOR LIFE
104561 VH 23 min IS 1992 Go on a nutrition trip through a 24-hour day where healthy foods never looked so good and eating right never sounded so easy. Visit creative chefs as they cook up healthy gourmet foods and learn from people whose lives have been changed through good nutrition and fitness. 0274 English 23 min

ECO-EXPLORERS - THE SECRET FOREST
000677 VH 19 min PI 1999 The "Eco-Explorers" encourage young minds to explore the natural world around them. The Secret Forest will take them on a journey into an old growth forest in South West British Columbia. They will examine and learn about the intricacies of the eco-system existing in the forest and the interdependency and interaction of wildlife, fish and insects with the trees. 0565 English 19 min

EATING HEALTHY FOR SPORTS
104569 VH 23 min IS 1992 This video offers important information to help you develop good eating habits to complement your exercise routine whether you are a weekend athlete or a serious contender. 0274 English 23 min

POSITIVE BEHAVIOR SUPPORT IN SCHOOLS
013003 VH 23 min TA 2001 Designed for teachers, administrators, school personnel, and parents, Positive Behavior Support in Schools provides an introduction to the seven core features of school-wide positive behavior support, and briefly illustrates their uses within various school contexts: 1) Committment from administrator,2) Team-based implementation,3) Define behavioral expectations, 4) Teach behavioral expectations, 5) Acknowledge/reward appropriate behavior, 6) Monitor and correct unacceptable behavior, 7) Use information for decision-making. This is a useful tool to demonstrate the implementation of effective, efficient and durable discipline strategies proven to decrease students’ disruptive behaviors. To learn more about schoolwide positive behavior support visit the websites at http://pbis.org and http:// uoecs.org. 0765 English 23 min

EATING HEALTHY FOR THE BEST YEARS
104568 VH 23 min IS 1992 Studies show being healthy and looking younger are directly related to proper diet and exercise. This video demonstrates how seniors can incorporate nutrition and fitness into their daily routine. 0274 English 23 min

ECOLOGY FOR BEGINNERS: PLANTS AND ANIMALS
103130 VH 12 min P 1992 Introduces young viewers to the relationships between plants, animals and the environments in which they live. Adaptations to different land and water environments and to the changing season. Guide included. 0299 English 12 min

EATING HEALTHY FOR WEIGHT CONTROL
104563 VH 23 min IS 1992 Overeating and insufficient exercise have contributed to one of today’s most serious nutrition problems-obesity. Successful nutrition and fitness strategies for losing weight and keeping it off. 0274 English 23 min

ECOLOGY FUNDAMENTALS
200278 DV 14 min I 2006 This program presents a broad overview of ecology and is an excellent introductory tool for course concepts. Concepts are introduced in a clear manner and are supported by definitions, explanations and examples where necessary. Active learning is promoted through visuals and

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thoughtful questions. Captions are easily readable and although numerous, they do not interfere with the pacing of the video. Theaccompanying guide contains a program script, activity sheets and quizzes. 0414 English 14 min

ECOSYSTEMS: ORGANISMS AND THEIR ENVIRONMENT
001782 VH 20 min IJ 2001 Plants and animals compete and cooperate in their environment resulting in what is often described as a "Balance of Nature" within an ecosystem. 0414 English 20 min

EDOUARD MANET: PAINTER OF MODERN LIFE
104907 VH 27 min JA Presents the great French Impressionist as a daring observer of the nineteenth century urban scene. Examines Manet’s major paintings, using the artist’s own words and those of his contemporaries. 0450 English 27 min

ECOLOGY: ORGANISMS IN THEIR ENVIRONMENT
200274 VH 15 min I 2003 This video examines the interactions between organisms in their environments, and poses two questions: What are ecosystems and how do organisms interact in them? and How do matter and energy flow in the environment? The concepts of ecosystem, population, niche, food chain, food web, food pyramid, and the carbon cycle are all explained. 0414 English 15 min

ECOSYSTEMS: THE ROLE OF ABIOTIC FACTORS
200273 VH 15 min I 2003 This program examines the role of nonliving, abiotic factors and the role they play in shaping ecosystems. Five abiotic factors are examined: water, air, soil, heat and light. In addition, three air-mediated cycles ar presented: the water-cycle, the carbon-dioxide/oxygen cycle, and the nitrogen cycle. 0414 English 15 min

EDUCATION
107063 VH 15 min IJ 1989 Raises the question: "What do Japanese children learn in school?" The program looks at some of the subjects that students study from kindergarten to high school, as well as the examination system that determines the outcome of a young person’s life. 0269 English 15 min

THE ECOLOGY SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: COMMUNITIES [102976] FOOD CHAINS [102925] SUCCESSION [102924]

ECSTASY: THE FACTS
001901 VH 21:05 min IJ 2001 Although MDMA has existed for nearly a century, it has only recently taken its place in the notorious pantheon of abused street drugs. Commonly known as Ecstasy, E, Adam, or XTC, this synthetic drug has become increasingly popular among college students and young adults in recent years. At the dawn of the 21st century, the use of Ecstasy among teens is beginning to be viewed as a national epidemic. The goal of this video and Teacher’s Resource Book is to help teachers share crucial information about Ecstasy with students. 0599 English 21:05 min

EDUCATION AND RECREATION
107543 VH 11 min PS 1971 Everything the pioneer child did was part of his education. Formal schooling was only a small part of his life. Shows the example of a quilting bee as a combination of work and social activity. 0495 English 11 min

ECONOMICS 12: INTERNATIONAL TRADE (4)
013014 VH 22:30 min S 1993 Video 4 highlights the vital importance of international trade to the British Columbia economy. It reviews the reasons why people and nations trade with each other, and presents a balanced view of the importance of free and fair trade among all nations. It explains the meaning of comparative advantage, economic rent, balance of payments, and exchange rates. It concludes with a review of the opportunities for Canadian trade with Pacific Rim nations, and a reminder about the contributiion that immigrants can make to the B.C. economy. Episodes 1-4: Trade, The Great Trade Debate, Exchange Rates and Balance of Payments and Canada’s Other Trading Partners. 0634 English 22:30 min

EDUCATION SEXUELLE - VOL 1
104049 VH 29 min IS Trois documents sur les differentes ` phases du developpement sexuel et de ` la reproduction. 1. La Puberte chez les ` garcons (9 min); 2. Le Cycle menstruel ¸ de la femme (7 min); 3. La Grossesse et la Naissance (12 min) 0714 French 29 min

EDGE OF ICE
106589 VH 55 min IS 1992 Many people consider the sea-ice of the High Arctic a barrenm, hostile environment. Yet this same ice provides the major habitat for some of the world’s most spectacular wildlife. With powerful elegance, this film shows why ice is so crucial to life in the far north. Stunning and unique photography. 0714 English 55 min

EDUCATION SEXUELLE - VOL 2
104050 VH 35 min IS Presents some of the social and personal dilemmas that kids face when they are first exposed to drugs. Provides suggestions about other ways to deal with these dilemmas rather than using drugs. 0714 French 35 min

ECOSYSTEMS
000023 VH 22 min IJ 1992 UNDERSTANDING SCIENCE SERIES - Understanding Science is a thought provoking series designed to aid the instructor in explaining difficult scientific concepts in an easy to understand format. The presenter, Dr. Science, brings the central focus to the student in a fun way that is perfect for introducting basic scientific concepts. This volume explains ecosystems: Relationships of plants, animals & environments ; Dispersal ; Barriers ; Natural community ; The biomes ; Artificial ecosystems ; Rhythms. Experiments are conducted to demonstrate each subject discussed. Lab safety procedures are presented and used during the program. 0601 English 22 min Ecology; Biology

EDISON : THE WIZARD OF LIGHT
000679 VH 53:31 min I 1999 1893,West Orange, New Jersey...Thomas Edison is obsessed by a vision. "What if I could do for the eye what my favourite invention, the phonograph, does for the ear?" Edison’s prototype, the "kinetoscope", is jostled by Jack a scruffy twelve yearold who crashes into the lab while fleeing a truant officer. The boy becomes a kind of Sorcerer’s Apprentice to Edison, sharing the adventure, the late hours and the unrelenting energy of the world’s greatest inventor as they create the first motion pictures. 0687 English 53:31 min

THE EFFECTIVE TEACHER VIDEO SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: COOPERATIVE LEARNING AND CULTURE [000941] DISCIPLINE AND PROCEDURES [000939] THE FIRST DAYS OF SCHOOL [000938] THE EFFECTIVE TEACHER [000937] LESSON MASTERY [000942] POSITIVE EXPECTATIONS [000944] PROCEDURES AND ROUTINES [000940] THE PROFESSIONAL EDUCATOR [000943]

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104954 VH JS Deepen your knowledge of interchangeable lenses. English

EGYPT : QUEST FOR ETERNITY
107108 VH 60 min IS 1982 The River Nile gave birth to one of history’s great civilizations. Join Egyptologists as they unravel and interpret the riddles of Egypt’s intriguing past. 0689 English 60 min

gives Lannie an incredible gift: an awareness of her potential. Good for IRP Science K -7. 0687 English 55:05 min

ELBOW ROOM : DISTANCES
013230 VH 8:19 min 0714 French IJS 8:19 min 2002

L’EFFET BOEUF: L’INQUIETANT POUVOIR DES GEANTS DE L’INDUSTRI
001826 VH 50 min JS 2001 Le controle de l’alimentation sera un des enjeux majeurs du prochain siecle. C’est une veritable guerre que se livrent une poignee de compagnies pour occuper ce marche. Une guerre d’autant plus dangereuse qu’elle se deroule loin des cameras. L’Effet Boeuf dress un portrait alarmant de l’industrie agro-alimentaire. L’industrie bovine est un exemple comme tant d’autres de la rationalisation de l’agriculture. Les animaux sont maintenant engraisses dans ses parcs ou on est oblige de leur adminstrer systematiquement des vaccins et des antibiotiques pour eviter les maladies. Cette facon de faire ne va pas sans de graves repercussions sociales et environnementales. 0252 French 50 min

EGYPT: THE PHARAOHS
106759 VH 19 min IS 1993 Over the span of 2,500 years 76 Pharaohs ruled ancient Egypt. Starting in the Valley of Kings at Abydos Temple, the program explains the importance of major Egyptian gods and supernatural beasts and their relationships to the Pharaohs. It examines the afterlife, mummification and the building of the pyramids and the treasures of Tutankhamen - the discovery of the tomb, his vast burial wealth, and the uniqueness of it’s undisturbed condition. 0574 English 19 min

THE ELDERS ARE WATCHING (CC)
105488 VH 9 min S 1990 The video program combines the art of Tsimshian artist Roy Henry Vickers, slides of B.C. and the Yukon, and a reading of the poem "The Elders Are Watching". This environmental poem asks the viewer to consider the effects of man on the land. 0354 English 9 min

ELECTORAL PROCESS, THE: MAKING YOUR MARK
100645 VH 30 min IA 1990 From the Understanding Parliament series this program looks at the development of the franchise in Canada, from its genesis to the system we have today, a system that comes as close as is humanly possible to ensuring that every eligible citizen has the ability to exercise the franchise while still remaining open to change. 0574 English 30 min

THE EGYPTIAN COLLECTION: THE BEAUTY OF IT ALL
106754 VH 26 min IS 1992 Here is a guide to one of the two greatest collections of the glory that was Egypt: an amazing, seemingly endless trove of urns, coffins, mummies, figurines, statues, carvings, paintings, papyri, rings and necklaces from the British Museum. 0380 English 26 min

EGG-TO-FRY DISPLAY
103411 MO PS 1985 Wooden display rack (6"x4"x1") holding four securely mounted glass vials. Each vial contains salmon at an early development stage. Specimens are preserved in a clear liquid to retain their natural colour and shape. 0880 English

EGYPTIAN MONUMENTAL STRUCTURES
001038 DV 30 min IJS 2007 TECHNOLOGY & ARCHITECTURE IN ANCIENT CIVILIZATIONS SERIES Because Egyptians in the Ancient Era believed their pharaohs to be gods, they built monumental structures in which to bury and celebrate them as immortal. Witness the amazing technologies of the oldest tomb for Thutmose I and of temples in the Valley of KIngs, such as Hatsheput’s. Also see the statues of Abu Simbel,the Great Pyramid of Khufu,and the Sphinx. 0414 English 30 min

ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS:OHM’S LAW
200232 DV 17 min JS 2007 The properties of series, parallel, and series-parallel circuits are introduced. Information ranges from the atom and its charged particles to simple electrical circuit set-up and applications. Instruments to measure current and voltage are demonstrated. Ohm’s Law is illustrated with animated pie charts and basic calculations that isolate each section of the circuit. Electrical principles pertaining to electromagnets and solenoids are explained. 0414 English 17 min

EGYPT: GIFT OF THE NILE
106760 VH 22 min IS 1993 The Nile is the stuff of legend and romance, though its journey starts out modestly from the origins in Burundi and Ethiopia. Some 4,100 miles to the north, the river will reach its final destination at the Mediterranean Sea. The Nile River is one of the world’s most significant bodies of water. For thousands of years people have depended on its life-giving waters for irrigation and transportation. 0574 English 22 min

EGYPT: LIFE UNDER THE PHAROAHS
106761 VH 21 min IS 1993 Who could look at the great pyramids and monuments of ancient Egypt and not wonder what kind of civilization created such marvels? For nobles who could afford entombment, wall paintings and diorama tell their history. Archaeologists have also unearthed Egyptian secrets by digging into tells to reveal that the ancient Egyptians were skilled farmers, potters, artisans and bronze toolmakers. Scribes wrote in hieroglyphics, allowing the lives of ancient Egypt’s people and rulers to be read like an open book. 0574 English 21 min

EINSTEIN: LA LUMIERE A LA PUISSANCE 2
001822 VH 52 min IJS 2001 SERIE LES GRANDS INVENTEURS Une rencontre aussi improbable que la collision de deux planetes survient entre le fameux professeur Albert Einstein et une jeune Noire americaine. 0252 French 52 min

ELECTRICAL FIELDS AND FORCES
PH0612 VH 15 min S 1989 THE MECHANICAL UNIVERSE AND BEYOND: EDITED VERSION SERIES - Coulomb suggested that the electric force, like gravity, is a force acting at a distance obeying an inverse square law. The idea of a force being transmitted without bodies in contact with one another was difficult for most eighteenth and nineteenth century scientists to accept, despite the fact that the same idea was inherent in Newton’s visualization of gravitational forces acting through empty space. In the mid-nineteenth century, Michael Faraday helped resolve this dilemma by introducing the concept of an electric field. His powerful insight

EINSTEIN: LIGHT TO THE POWER OF 2
000725 VH 55:05 min IJS 1999 Albert Einstein is a scholar and physicist at Princeton University where he befriends Lannie, a 12 year old African-American girl whose mother works at the university kitchen. Albert

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provided a qualitative description of the behavior of electric forces which has since been mathematically interpreted. 0571 English 15 min Physics Space Science and Earth Science

ELECTRICITY : WHERE DOES ELECTRICITY COME FROM?
000038 VH 14 min IS 1992 SCIENCE FOR YOU SERIES Electricity is responsible for many important tasks in our everyday lives; making heat, transmitting sound, and running motors. Experiments include: Attraction Action and The Floating Magnetic Motor. 0574 English 14 min

ELEPHANT (SIERRA LEONE)
107103 RE 1915 AFRICAN REPLICA: A household ornament carved by the Mende people. 0001 English

ELECTRICAL PRINCIPLES
200230 DV 18 min IJS 2007 This program introduces circuits and related components such as wires, switches, insulators and power sources.Information ranges from the atom and its charged particles to simple electrical circuit set up and applications. Instruments to measure current and voltage are used. Differences between direct current and alternating current are demonstrated. The role of magnetic fields as it relates to electrical principles (electromagnets and solenoids) is illustrated. 0414 English 18 min

ELLE ET LUI
002167 VH 26 min IJ 2005 SERIE JE VIS TA VIE - Qu’est-ce qui se passe quand, l’espace d’une journee, un garcon prend la place d’une fille, et une fille celle d’un garcon? D’abord, if faut laisser de cote quelques idees preconcues, comme le decouvrent Francois et Veronique. Lui est un footballeur chevronne, elle est cheerleader. Quelle activite sera la plus difficile? Tout depend du point de vue. 0714 French 26 min

ELECTROMAGNETIC INDUCTION
PH0617 VH 9 min S 1989 THE MECHANICAL UNIVERSE AND BEYOND: EDITED VERSION SERIES - In 1829 Oersted discovered an electric current produces a magnetic field. This discovery led Michael Faraday on a search to find a mechanism that would cause a magnetic field to produce an electrical current. This video focuses of Faraday’s law and relates induced electrical fields and changing magnetic flux. The computer graphics used to portray magnetic forces, fields, and current loops help students form a mental picture of these unseen physical occurrences. 0571 English 9 min Physics Space Science and Earth Science

EMBEDDED
002108 VH 20 min JS 2003 We live in a commercial world and advertising is becoming a surroundsound experience. While ads used to be confined to the spaces between programs on television and between articles in newspapers and magazines, these days advertising is embedded just about everywhere. 0414 English 20 min

ELECTRICITY #15
PSC005 VH 21 min P 1990 This resource examines the topic of electricity. Children in the video model curiosity about various sources of electricity as well as different types of electricity such as static and current. The flow of electricity from power plant to home outlet is demonstrated. One segment depicts life in Canada before electricity. Cartoon graphics are used to illustrate some of the concepts. 0319 English 21 min Primary Science

ELECTROMAGNETISME : INDUCTION ET EFFETS MOTEURS
000831 VH 29 min S 1993 Ce vedeo montre comment ´ l’exploitation des principes de l’electromagnetisme est essentielle pour notre mode de vie moderne. Il examine les experiences historiques, explique les concepts et illustre leur application dans une large gamme d’inventions. 0267 French 29 min

EMBRYONIC DEVELOPMENT: THE CHICK
001500 VH 25:50 min JS 1953 This video illustrates the development of the chick embryo, through all stages from germinal disc to hatching, employing animated diagrams, and cine-micrography of the living embryo. Normal-speed and time-lapse photographic sequences, and animated diagrams, sometimes are used to clarify growth processes. Award winner. 0714 English 25:50 min

ELECTRICITY AND HOW IT IS MADE
000055 VH 16 min IS 1961 This film illustrates how electricity is produced, what it does and how it is used to give us light, heat, sound and power. Both static and current electricity are illustrated through a series of simple demonstrations. 0583 English 16 min

ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS PART III
200231 DV 23 min JS 2006 This program demonstrates the construction and operation of thyristors, Hall-effect chips, piezo crystals, light emitting diodes, photoresistors, solar cells, fiber optics, photodiodes, phototransistors and liquid crystal displays. 0414 English 23 min

EMILY CARR : GROWING PAINS
104935 VH 58 min S 1978 Emily Carr, Canada’s greatest painter of the B.C. wilderness and the totem villages of its Indians, grew from a strong-willed child to become a lonely, introspective young woman. Her early years begin in the beautiful town of Victoria, but her work eventually takes her into the remote rain forests and coastal villages of the vast province. 0189 English 58 min

ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: THE MAGIC OF MAGNETS [102467]

ELECTRICITY : HOW IT WORKS
000828 VH 16 min JS 2000 In this video we examine some basic ideas about electricity: from what it is, what it can do, how we use its properties, how we can deliver more and how we can measure things about it. In it we hear about: static electricity, circuits, electron pumps, sparks, and electromagnetism. 0267 English 16 min

ELEMENTARY FOLK DANCE: LEVEL III
105199 VH 20 min 1984 Grade 6 and 7 students demonstrate Level III folk dances. 0151 English 20 min

EMILY CARR : LITTLE OLD LADY ON THE EDGE OF NOWHE
104936 VH 57 min S 1978 The second part of this life story of Emily Carr looks into the creative journey toward a realization of her artistic truth. After her meeting with members of Ontario’s illustrious Group of Seven, she felt isolated, but still she pursued her craft vigorously as a

ELEMENTARY SCIENCE series
For descriptions see individual titles: STARS AND CONSTELLATIONS [000106]

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painter and, later, as a writer. 0189 English 57 min massive unemployment, environmental damage, and demoralisation. The video poses a powerful, sobering question: In this global war of cut-rate economies, are people on the losing side? 0714 English 53 min

ENERGY
000022 VH 22 min IJ 1992 UNDERSTANDING SCIENCE SERIES - Understanding science is a thought provoking series designed to aid the instructor in explaining difficult scientific concepts in an easy to understand format. The presenter, Dr. Science, brings the central focus to the student in a fun way that is perfect for introducing basic scientific concepts. This volume explains energy and its forms: what is energy ; Can matter be changed into energy? ; How does energy travel? ; Potential energy ; Kinetic energy ; Mechanical energy ; Heat energy. Experiments are conducted to demonstrate each subject discussed. Lab safety procedures are presented and used during the program. 0601 English 22 min Force and energy

THE EMOTIONAL BRAIN : ANGER
013335 DV 45 min S 2005 This film opens up with a dramatic example ofanger out of control: a man shoots his wife to "teach her a lesson". Using this event and two other real-life examples, the program explores the relationship between anger and brain malfunction (such as pre-frontal cortex damage), anger and genetic regulators, and anger and childhood experiences of mistreatment and nurturing, and concludes that violent behaviour is a result of the interplay between biology and environment. Good for Psych 12 or Family Studies 12. 0202 English 45 min

EMPIRE BUILDERS
YRY013 VH 29 min ORIGINS: A HISTORY OF CANADA SERIES - The most significant empire builders of the 1600’s were the Iroquois, whose quest for furs led to a series of fierce attacks on the Hurons, and the intimidation of settlers in New France. These raids put the future of New France in question, until Louis XIV came to power and sent over troops to control the Iroquois, and women to boost the population. 0471 English 29 min First Nations (Socials)

EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE : A NEW VISION... EDUCATO
100080 VH 40 min KPIJSCATKP 1996 Based on his best selling book, "Emotional Intelligence : Why it can matter more than IQ", Daniel Goleman’s fascinating and persuasive new video argues that our view of human intelligence is far too narrow. Drawing on groundbreaking research, Goleman shows that Emotional Intelligence is more important than IQ and can be taught through emotional literacy programs. It is a different way of being smart that is more critical to success in life. In this video, Goleman explains how schools can help students understand, regulate, and use their emotions. See examples of teaching strategies and classroom activities that help students develop emotional intelligence. Goleman’s book is available in the Teachers’ Professional Library - Call Number 152.4 GOL. 0054 English 40 min

ENDANGERED SPECIES
100872 VH 30 min IS 1992 Explore the plight of such endangered animals as the Rwanda apes, sea lions, parrots, black-footed ferrets and black bears. Find out what danger these animals are in and what is being done to help them. 0274 English 30 min

ENERGY
102362 VH 20 min IJ 1992 This program presents the properties of energy and explores energy conservation - making the most of an initial amount of energy. 0585 English 20 min

THE ENDOCRINE SYSTEM (2ND ED.)
000521 VH 20 min JS 1982 This video provides viewers with the most recent data concerning the major endocrine glands and their hormones, and clarifies their contributions to growth, reproduction, metabolism and homeostasis. Using detailed animation, the video explicates the endocrine system as a complex control mechanism that regulates critical bodily functions by keeping them within acceptable limits. 0350 English 20 min

ENERGY: A FIRST FILM
000558 VH 8 min PI 1990 There are many forms of energy. Heat,light,electricity, and chemical energy are forms of energy. Energy can be changed from one form to another. Most of the energy we use in any form originally comes from the sun. Green plants use the energy from the sun to produce materials such as sugars that we find useful for food. 0506 English 8 min

THE EMPEROR’S NEW CLOTHES (CC)
101596 VH 50 min PJ 1987 FAERIE TALE THEATRE SERIES "Rags to riches" is an old expression for a person’s rise to wealth. In this Faerie Tale, Alan Arkin and Art Carney turn non-existent clothes into fame and fortune. 0807 English 50 min

ENEMY ALIEN
000405 VH 26 min JS 1975 This is about a people who dared to ask: "What are they going to do with us?" The Japanese-Canadians fought long and hard to be accepted as Canadians. It is important that the long story of injustice, mistrust and hate, and eventual triumph should be remembered. This film tell that story. 0714 English 26 min

ENERGY AND CHEMICAL REACTIONS
002105 VH 23 min JS 2003 Students investigate and explain how chemical reactions release or absorb energy. The students put this information to use as they employ the scientific method to perform a lab investigation in which they study the effect of temperature and limiting reagents on the rate of a chemiluminescent reaction. 0414 English 23 min

THE EMPEROR’S NEW CLOTHES : ... FREE TRADE (CC) R
101290 VH 53 min JS 1995 Filmed in Canada, the USA and Mexico over a three-year period, this documentary immerses itself in the stark reality of life before, during and after the signing of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). It takes an incisive look at the profound effects that economic agreements between big business and government can have on human lives, including increased cuts to social programs,

L’ENERGIE AU CANADA
100880 VH 8 min IS 1990 Sert d’introduction a differents types d’energie utilises au Canada. Elle explique les origines, les avantages et certains desavantages de l’energie au gaz naturel, au charbon, a l’huile, de meme que l’energie nucleaire, solaire, et des marees. Toute l’information se rapporte au Canada et a son role sur la scene mondiale de l’energie. 0104 French 8 min

ENERGY AND WORK
000491 VH 11 min IJ 1990 This program demonstrates some of the fascinating characteristics of energy including its ability to do work and the fact that it is neither created nor destroyed. 0350 English 11 min

72 ENERGY CHOICES
102366 VH 43 min IJS 1995 This Canadian video takes an in-depth look at how our society uses energy, the impacts of those choices, and future options. A combination of animation, graphics, and music help develop these topics that are relevant to the Science and Social Studies curriculum. 0612 English 43 min

through practical knowledge and reform. 0574 English 30 min

les idees sont revolues. 0252 French 47 min

THE ENLIGHTENMENT AND SOCIETY
106875 VH 30 min JS 1990 THE WESTERN TRADITION SERIES Program #18 - The Enlightenment and Society - scientists and social reformers espouse universal human rights during a peaceful and prosperous period. The Modern Philosophers - freedom of thought and expression are explored by French, English and American thinkers. 0574 English 30 min

EPISODE #2- THE GREAT PYRAMID OF KHUFU
002153 DV 15 min PI 2003 The second programme, "The Great Pyramid of Khufu" follows Nakht through the years of working on the pyramid to its completion and the burial of the Khufu. It focuses on how and why the pyramid was built, concentrating on skills of measurement and engineering and also on beliefs. 0604 English 15 min

ENERGY FROM THE SUN (2ND EDITION)
000508 VH 18 min IJS 1990 Solar energy may be one answer to the concerns of today’s energy conscious world. This video takes a fascinating look at the various ways modern technology is used to capture and store the sun’s energy - as an alternative to fossil fuel, and as the key to developing domestic energy sources for the future. 0350 English 18 min

THE ENVIRONMENT SHOW (CC)
ISC068 VH 24 min I 1989 This video introduces environmental issues such as acid rain, nonbiodegradeable materials and air pollution. It examines the effect of these toxins on the earth. Divided into three eight-minute segments, this resource stresses the importance of protecting the earth’s environment. Closed Captioned for the Hearing Impaired. 0189 English 24 min Intermediate Science

EQUINOXES,MAREES ET TEMPETES
200206 DV 50 min IJS 2001 SERIE AU COEUR DES OCEANS - Au coeur des oceans: Equinoxes, marees et tempetes presente l’histoire naturelle de notre planete oceane - de ces littoraux plus familiers jusqu’aux mysteres de ses mers les plus profondes. 0414 French 50 min

LES ENFANTS AU PRINTEMPS ET EN ETE
102278 VH 15 min P 1988 Les enfants decouvrent que la nature ` connaˆt d’importants changements ı avec la belle saison en observants nid de rouges-gorges, au debut et la fin de ` l’ete. 0665 French 15 min ` `

EQUIPOTENTIALS AND FIELDS
PH0613 VH 11 min S 1989 THE MECHANICAL UNIVERSE AND BEYOND: EDITED VERSION SERIES - This video explores the relationships between electric potentials and electric fields. Contour lines of a landscape are mapped as an analogy for mapping the contours of electric potentials in an electric field. Electrical discharges are also discussed along with the relationships among energy, voltage, and charge. 0571 English 11 min Physics Space Science and Earth Science

ENVIRONMENT & SOCIETY
200244 DV 23 min IJ 2006 The main interaction between the environment and society is our reliance on the Earth’s renewable, nonrenewable and flow resources. In this program students will explore how society uses the Earth’s resources to meet our most basic needs for food, water and shelter, and how those same resources influence how and where we live. Students also consider critical environmental issues related to our use of energy resources and learn to appreciate the interconnectedness of Earth’s systems. 0414 English 23 min

LES ENFANTS EN AUTOMNE
102276 VH 11 min P 1988 Tout en s’amusant dans la forlt, les enfants admirent le coloris automnal et hument les parfums de la nouvelle saison. 0665 French 11 min

THE ENGLISH CIVIL WAR
106954 VH 39 min JA In 1642 a rebellion began; by 1649 it had become a revolution. This video examines the long term factors which contributed to the war, and reenacts the battle of Edgehill to show the methods of fighting and arms used. 0140 English 39 min

L’ERABLE CANADIAN DOCUMENTAIRE SUR L’EMBLEME DU
104427 VH 30 min I 1995 Documentaire Sur L’Embleme du Canada. Chante l’hymne national. Celebre la Flte du Canada, le 1er juillet ` ` dans la capitale. Ecoute comment la ` feuille d’erable a trouve sa place sur le ` ` ` drapeau canadien. Fais la connaissance de cinq erables ` indigenes du Canada. Voyage a ` travers le Canada pour observer une cabane a sucre au Quebec, des ` ` bourgeons printanniers dans la region ` du Pacifique, une cabane dans les arbres au milieu des prairies, un plongeon estival dans l’Atlantique et les coloris d’automne en Ontario. 0329 French 30 min

L’ENVOL DES TROIS COLOMBES: LE 10 SEPTEMBRE 1965
000967 VH 47 min S 2000 LES 30 JOURNEES QUI ONT FAIT LE QUEBEC SERIES - Le matin du 10 septembre 1965, Jean Marchand, Gerard Pelletier et Pierre Elliot Trudeau convoquent la presse et confirment la rumeur voulant que les trois fameux amis se presentent aux elections federales sous la banniere du Parti liberal du Canada. Cette nouvelle inouie et pour le moins surprenante menera le pays vers un destin dont la portee, a ce moment-la, est insoupconnee. Surnommes "Les trois colombes", ces "citoyens du monde", comme ils aimaient se definir, sont elus au mois de novembre 1965 et s’envolent donc pour Ottawa avec la ferme intention de creer un nouveau climat politique afin de moderniser ce pays aux valeurs trop victoriennes dont

ENGLISH COMPOSTION: WRITING FOR AN AUDIENCE
For descriptions see individual titles: ARGUMENT [000998] NARRATIVE WRITING [001000] PERSUASION [000999]

ENJEUX
For descriptions see individual titles: ADOS-DOLLAR [002112]

THE ENLIGHTENED DESPOTS
106874 VH 30 min JS 1990 THE WESTERN TRADITION SERIES - Program #17 - The Enlightened Despots - monarchs consider reforms but not at the expense of their own power. The Enlightenment - Western European philosophers argue that the dignity of man can best be raised

ERIC WILSON’S CANADA (NS, PEI, NF)
ILA069 VH 32 min IJ 1989 Eric Wilson, a B.C. author, introduces viewers to three Maritime provinces. Three separate ten to twelve minute sections each dealing with Wilson’s

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ESSAY WRITING TECHNIQUES IN ENGLISH STUDIES
105344 VH 26 min IJ 1991 The main sections of the video are: understanding the question, gathering evidence, making a plan, and writing the essay. Teacher’s notes are designed to be of use in conjunction with the video. 0267 English 26 min

EVEREST: THE DEATH ZONE
013382 VH 60 min IJS 1999 Get ready for a breathtaking trek up Mt. Everest, from Base Camp at 17,600 feet: through the chilling corpse-strewn Death Zone; to the very pinnacle of the Earth, five and a half miles above sea level.In the wake of the 1996 disaster that took 8 climbers in a single day, scientists follow a team of hikers to measure, for the first time ever, the toll high-altitude climbing takes on the heart, lungs, blood and brain. 0739 English 60 min

L’EROSION DENTAIRE
200209 DV 8 min IJS 2003 L’absorption abusive de boissons acidulees abime les dents. Des ´ experts decrivent et expliquent les caries dentaires causees par ces ´ boissons, en particulier chez les adolescents. On presente un choix de boissons meilleures pour la sante. 0414 French 8 min

L’ETE
102286 VH 6 min Version francaise de 525 VR 013. ¸ 0495 French 6 min PJ

ESKIMO ARTIST : KENOJUAK
104678 VH 20 min I 1964 This program shows beautiful prints by the Inuit artist Kenojuak. It also shows how drawings are transferred to stone and then printed for sale in the south. 0714 English 20 min

EVERYDAY EINSTEIN
200264 DV 46 min S 2006 THE NATURE OF THINGS SERIES The Theory of Relativity is Albert Einstein’s most famous legacy, but he made many other contributions to the world of science. David Suzuki is excellent as host and narrator, and the choice of notable scientists for commentary is good. Although this resource seems appropriate for exploring the relationship between science and technology for students in that course, the vocabulary, definitions and explanations are more geared toward the Physics 11 program. 0414 English 46 min

L’ETE ET SES HEROS
105303 VH 25 min JA 1990 Evoque le courage et la determination ` de quelques athletes olympiques ` canadiens : le boxeur Shawn O’Sullivan, la coureuse Jacqueline Gareau, le cycliste Alex Stieda et la gymnase Caroline Wood. Version francais de "Heroes of Summer". ¸ 0941 French 25 min

THE ESKIMO: FIGHT FOR LIFE
000474 VH 51:06 min IJ 1970 NETSILIK ESKIMOS SERIES - An authentic record of the life of the Netsilik Inuit of the Pelly Bay region of the Canadian Arctic during their last migratory camp. It shows the old Inuit culture, the communal life of the seal hunters and their families, and their complete adaptation to their environment. This film was produced, with commentary, from footage brought out of the Arctic by anthropologists. 0714 English 51:06 min

EUGENE DELACROIX: THE RESTLESS EYE
104908 VH 65 min JA 1980 The artist’s own journal tells the story of one of France’s greatest painters (17981863), who was also a passionate lover of music and an accomplished writer. 0451 English 65 min

EVERYDAY LIFE IN THE RENAISSANCE
002172 DV 23 min IJ 2004 RENAISSANCE FOR STUDENTS SERIES - Everyday Life in the Renaissance explores typical homes, diets and clothing during this period. Witness the changing roles of work, education, religion, art and entertainment in family life over three centuries across Europe. This production uses a mix of realistic dramatic reconstructions and visits to present-day Florence to keep students’ interest. 0868 English 23 min

THE ESKIMOS OF POND INLET
107211 VH 52 min S 1989 Pond Inlet is a new village built by the Canadians on Baffin Island. Many of the Inuit remember the earth-and-stone houses in which they once lived as semi-nomadic hunters and trappers. That was before the white man came to their land. 0941 English 52 min

EUROPE AFTER THE FALL OF ROME (410 - 1066 A.D.) 1
106880 VH 20 min JS 1995 Historical reenactments filmed on location in a reconstructed seventhcentury Anglo-Saxon village in England, combined with live-action imagery from other fascinating Dark Ages sites bring this important period to life. 0599 English 20 min

L’ESPOIR ET LA COLERE(1964 A 1976) EPISODE 16A
See SERIE LE CANADA: UNE HISTOIRE POPULAIRE

EVERYDAY SIMPLE MACHINES
200276 DV 11 min I 2007 Definitions, visuals, graphics, and activities are used to introduce simple machines and show how they work. Well-selected vocabulary explains the concepts, while a variety of visuals engages students. The program covers the learning outcomes for Physical Science at the grade 5 level, and could be used as an introduction to a unit on the topic. The guide contains useful support materials such as blackline masters, assess menttools, a program script and experiments. 0414 English 11 min

LES EVENEMENTS D’OCTOBRE 1970
107443 VH 87 min S 1992 Le film retrace les faits saillants qui ont marque l’automne 1970, au Quebec. ` ` 0714 French 87 min

L’ESPOIR ET LA COLERE(1964 A 1976) EPISODE 16B
See SERIE LE CANADA: UNE HISTOIRE POPULAIRE

ESSAY WHAT?
001763 VH 25 min JS 2003 How often do students have their essays reviewed by the likes of Aristotle, Shakespeare and Mark Twain? Four teens compete in the televised finals of a national essay writing contest judged by these illustrious authors. Each student in this ethnically diverse group is already a "winner" in one of the four major essay categories: descriptive, narrative, persuasive, or expository. 0269 English 25 min

EVEREST: CLIMB FOR HOPE
105307 VH 50 min IS 1994 A climb inspired by the Father of a disabled daughter, to conquer two lofty challenges: Mt. Everest and the medical mystery of "Rett Syndrome." Travel from Kathmandu, across Nepal into Tibet. Approach Everest from the rarely climbed North side... For every three climbers who have reached the summit, another has died. 0357 English 50 min

EVERYDAY THINGS IN EARLY CANADA - PART 1
107421 VH 24 min PI Part 1) "Jamie Really Like to Eat". Watch Jamie fish, pluck ducks, trap rabbits, churn butter, collect eggs and

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bake bread in pioneer times. Part 2) "Emily’s Journey". Follow Emily as she uses every means of transportation available in the 1850’s. Part 3) "Wooly’s Gift" takes you step by step through the making of fabric for Annie’s new dress. See wool carded, spun into yarn, dyed and woven. 0599 English 24 min

EXCRETORY SYSTEM (2ND ED.)
103885 VH 14 min JS 1980 THE HUMAN BODY SERIES - Shows how the kidneys, skin and lungs remove wastes produced by the living cells of the body. 0299 English 14 min

EXPLORERS I : COOK, MACKENZIE, THOMPSON, SELKIRK
106252 VH 100 min VISIT FROM CAPTAIN COOK: Cook’s stopovers among the Nootka Indians on the west coast of Vancouver Island (16 min); ALEXANDER MACKENZIE : THE LORD OF THE NORTH: Mackenzie’s arduous canoe trip up the Mackenzie River (27 min); DAVID THOMPSON : THE GREAT MAPMAKER: Thompson mapped over a million square miles of uncharted territory (28 min); SELKIRK OF RED RIVER: History comes to life in this dramatic story of the Red River (Winnipeg) settlement (28 min). 0714 English 100 min

EVERYDAY THINGS IN EARLY CANADA - PART 2
107422 VH 41 min PI 1986 Contents: l. The new schoolhouse. 2. The new schoolteacher. 3. Henry settles in Upper Canada. 4. Homesteading on the prairies. 0599 English 41 min

THE EXERCISE AND REST FILM
104018 VH 12 min PI 1988 A video to motivate youngsters to get up and exercise. 0983 English 12 min

EXISTING-LIGHT PHOTOGRAPHY
104955 VH JS Enjoy taking pictures by natural light (without flash). English

EVERYTHING METIS
002046 VH 24 min S 2003 This well-designed, engaging program is part of the Seekers II series. Using strong, articulate role models, it explores issues relevant to aboriginal students, Investigates the cultural survival, social equity and economic inclusion of Metis youth. A clear description and definition of the Metis is provided - their location, social conditions, language, and challenges facing Metis youth. 0414 English 24 min

EXPLORERS OF CANADA SERIES
S00327 VH For descriptions see individual titles: DAVID THOMPSON [107502] HENRY HUDSON [107499] JACQUES CARTIER [107500] JOHN CABOT [106254] RADISSON AND GROSEILLIERS [107498] SAMUEL DE CHAMPLAIN [107503] SIMON FRASER [107504] SIR ALEXANDER MACKENZIE [107501]

EXPLAINING MATTER : CHEMICAL CHANGE
102323 VH 12 min JS 1982 Computer-generated graphics and animation provide a basis for understadning how molecules build up and break down in the process of chemical change. This humorous, energetic program explains the inner structure of the atom, and shows viewers how the ability to predict chemical change allows for the creation of new substances. 0793 English 12 min

EVOLUTION
002141 DV 45 min IJS 2005 Host Bill Nye showcases great scientific discoveries that have given insight to extinction and survival patterns of the Earth’s diverse species. Features the history of paleontology, beginning at the site of an asteroid that may have brought about the demise of the dinosaurs. He explores Linnaeus’ 1735 species classification system which is still in use and features a dramatic re-creation of Darwin’s development of the theory of evolution. 0585 English 45 min

EXPLORERS SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: CAPTAIN JAMES COOK (1728-1779) [HI0213] CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS (1451-1506) [HI0215]

EXPLORERS 2 : CABOT, CHAMPLAIN, HUDSON, STEFANSSO
106253 VH 87 min OHN CABOT : A MAN OF THE RENAISSANCE: A drama about the first European, an Italian adventurer sailing under the British flag, to set foot on mainland North America (28 min); SAMUEL DE CHAMPLAIN (QUEBEC 1603): Champlain’s colourful career as explorer, colonizer, founder of Quebec City, Governor of New France, cartographer, and writer (15 min); LAST VOYAGE OF HENRY HUDSON: Account of Hudson’s last attempt to discover the Northwest Passage (28 min); STEFANSSON : THE ARCTIC PROPHET: Stefansson made the study of the Arctic and its inhabitants his life’s work, and added more to modern knowledge of the region than anyone else of our time (16 min). 0714 English 87 min

K/1 CAPP NUTRITION KIT: EXPLORING FOOD
19999 KT KP 2001 With ’Exploring Food’ this video is designed to fulfill the Healthy Living component of the CAPP curriculum. These new kits include suggested instructional strategies and learning resources. A multi-media approach is used and recommended web sites are also listed. The resources have been evaluated locally by the Community Nutritionist of the North Shore Health Region. Contents in this kit include CD and tape by Raffi, Climbing the Rainbow resource manual, a Scholastic Program resource, a mystery food can and several books about the cultural influence over food. Helps students identify foods that contribute to good health and promotes awareness of the influence of family and cultural background on their food choices. 0755 English

L’EVOLUTION DE LA CONSTITUTION CANADIENNE
107439 VH 30 min IS 1988 La presente pellicale sonore en trois ` parties retrace le developpement du ` systeme constitutionel du Canada et ` definit les questions entourant la ` constitution telle qu’elle existe nos jours. 0910 French 30 min

EVOLUTION OF CELLS (CC)
102937 VH 17 min S 1990 This video presents current views on cell evolution. It traces the development of cells from prokaryotes to eukaryotes to colonial organisms and eventually to large multicellular organisms. Symbiosis is explained and used to account for the origin of mitochondria and chloroplasts in eukaryotic cells. Embryo development is used to illustrate cell differentiation. Biology 11 & 12 0104 English 17 min

THE EXPLORERS: A CENTURY OF DISCOVERY
106241 VH 90 min IS 1988 Now you can relive some of the most significant expeditions in history. Follow Robert E. Peary to the North Pole...join Jane Goodall for her pioneering work with chimpanzees...climb Mount Everest on the first American ascent. 0689 English 90 min

EXPLORING GENRES
000963 VH 18 min IJS 1999 An imaginative and entertaining resource to help students understand genre and the different components of genre. When Scoop, an outdated whodunnit character from the 1940s loses his genre, he journeys through

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several different genres including a fairy tale, science-fiction, gothic, adventure, rap, and romance. Teaching notes accompany the video, with the aim that students will develop their own creative skills as they experiment with writing narrative texts, concentrating on particular characteristics of different genre. 0267 English 18 min

EXPLORING VEGETARIANISM : A HEALTHY ALTERNATIVE
000332 VH 19 min IJS 1998 Many questions will be answered in this comprehensive video about a popular but often misunderstood subject. Terms like vegan, ovolacto vegetarian, and ovo vegetarian will be clearly defined.Through interviews with a registered dietician and several vegetarians, viewers will be given information on the types of foods they need to eat every day in order to maintain a healthy, well-balanced diet. In addition, menus for an entire day are included: one set for vegetarians who don’t consume either dairy or egg products and one for vegetarians who do. 0599 English 19 min

EYE
103716 MO PS issectible model of right eye and attached muscles. 0759 English

THE EYE : AN INSIDE STORY
000403 VH 11 min IJS 1978 Skillful dissection and examination of a cow’s eye show the various parts - lens pupil, iris, retina, cornea, sclera, choroid, vitreous humor, and ciliary body - and the functions of each. Photography through the eye itself and other unique demonstrations reveal the mechanics of this complex organ. 0574 English 11 min

EXPLORING INHERITANCE AND GENETICS
001779 VH 25 min IJS 2001 A good introduction to genetics and inheritance is provided. The first part introduces Mendel’s principle while the second part discusses modifying this principle. Terms introduced and explained are: pure-bred, cross-bred, genes, alleles, dominance, incomplete dominance and chromosones. 0414 English 25 min

EXPRESSIONS OF ABORIGINAL YOUTH
002045 VH 18 min S 2003 This video deals with problems First Nations people have faced in the past and are still dealing with today: residential schools, loss of native languages, racism and the misunderstanding of their culture. The video itself features three young Aboriginal artists who find their voices and confidence through the use of film and media. The Resource Guide delves into personal and interactive activities that engage students. 0414 English 18 min

THE EYE HEARS, THE EAR SEES
105157 VH 59 min I Norman McLaren makes moving pictures without cameras, and music tracks without instruments. He has made the eye hear, by giving music shape on the screen. He has made the ear see, by producing sound from shapes drawn onto the sound track. 0601 English 59 min

EXPLORING MARS
001999 VH 21 min J 2002 The possibilities of landing a human team on Mars and of discovering evidence of life there have inspired a range of projects. This video reviews NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab’s unsuccessful missions to land on or place probes in orbit around Mars. 0414 English 21 min

THE EYES OF NYE
For descriptions see individual titles: ANTIBIOTICS [013341] GENETICALLY MODIFIED FOODS [013342]

EXPLORING THE ANIMAL KINGDOM
002025 VH 18 min I 2004 Effectively using images of various animals around the world to engage the audience, this video explores in a clear, concise manner how animals differ. It fits well with the Grade 6 curriculum topic, Diversity of Life. The video is chunked, allowing teachers to show one segment at a time. 0414 English 18 min

EXPRESSIONS SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: JACK SHADBOLT: METAMORPHOSIS [A00134] RICHARD PRINCE: FORM AND FANTASY [A00202] WAYNE NGAN: REFLECTIONS OF EARTH [A00200]

EYES ON THE UNIVERSE
102239 VH 11 min 1994 This video uses computer enhanced images, graphics and photography to show how a variety of telescopes are being used to advance our understanding of space phenomena. From the GALACTIC ENCYCLOPEDIA Series. and IRP006 0104 English 11 min

EXPULSION: THE STORY OF ACADIA
013376 VH 48 min J 2004 This video provides a unique look into the Great Upheaval, the expulsion and deportations of Acadians from their lands and homes during the mideighteenth century.Melancholy in tone, this production successfully highlights the tumultuous experience of the Acadian people and how they came to settle in eastern Canada. 0373 English 48 min

EXPLORING THE ANIMAL KINGDOM SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: PETS AND THEIR WILD RELATIVES (EXPLORING THE ANI [104500]

F.R. SCOTT: RHYME AND REASON
105484 VH 58 min I This is the story of Scott’s remarkable career: his role in the founding of the CCF Party in the 1930’s, his years as a teacher of constitutional law, as a modernist poet, and as a champion of civil liberties. 0714 English 58 min

EXPLORING THE RENAISSANCE (1350 - 1650 A.D.)
106879 VH 20 min IS This program provides an excellent insight into the "rebirth" of Europe or the Renaissance. To help students better understand the marvelous innovations in art, literature, communications, architecture, science, religion, and explorations that occurred during this "rediscovery period," a significant portion of the video is devoted to a historical review of the 1400 years prior to the Renaissance. 0599 English 20 min

EXTREMIS: VOICES OF DISPOSABLE PEOPLE
013360 DV 52 min JS 2003 In the Dominican Republic, workers cut over a ton of sugar cane a day for one dollar. In the US, exploited farm workers are outraged.In India 18 million people are held in bondage. Earning a living in conditions that are nothing short of slavery is still commonplace. 0373 English 52 min

FABLES AND FANTASY
101613 VH 58 min PI 1980 A collection of six animated films for children of all ages. Contains: 1) The Tender Tale of Cinderella Penguin, 2) Sea Dream, 3) Tchou Tchou, 4) The Trout That Stole the Rainbow, 5) Mary of Mile 18 and 6) The Magic Flute 0714 English 58 min

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105807 VH 54 min PI 8 animated short films: The North Wind and the Sun, Fine Feathers, Blackberry Subway Jam, Mr. Frog Went aCourting, A Chairy Tale, The Hoarder, The Story of Cinderella, and the Peep Show. 0714 English 54 min

FABLES, LES
106023 VH 28 min JS 1993 Livrofolie" serie - Par des dramatiques, ` des entrevues, des critiques de livres et un humour contagieux, Vincent Bilodeau et Fanny Lauzier introduisent les jeunes au plaisir de la lecture. Chaque episode explore un theme et ` ` presente une oeuvre litteraire celebre. ` ` ` ` 0665 French 28 min

THE DANCING PRINCESS (CC) [101608] HANSEL AND GRETEL (CC) [101593] LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD (CC) [101601] THE PIED PIPER OF HAMELIN (CC) [101599] PINOCCHIO (CC) [101606] THE PRINCESS WHO HAD NEVER LAUGHED (CC) [101603] RAPUNZEL (CC) [101600] RIP VAN WINKLE (CC) [101602] RUMPELSTILTSKIN (CC) [101604] THE SNOW QUEEN (CC) [101605]

THE FALLEN FEATHER
200298 DV 94 min JS 2008 Between 1879 and 1986, upwards of 100,000 children in Canada were forcibly removed and placed into Indian Industrial Residential Schools. Their unique culture was stripped away to be replaced with a foreign European identity. Their family ties were cut, parents were forbidden to visit their children, and the children were prevented from returning home. Fallen Feather provides an in-depth critical analysis of the driving forces behind the creation of these residential schools. 0414 English 94 min

THE FALL OF COMMUNISM: COLD WAR PART 4
002056 VH 18 min JS 2004 The limitations of diplomacy and arms control are evident at the Reykjavik Summit of 1986. Romanian, Czech, and Lithuanian reforms set the stage for the Berlin Wall’s destruction and the subsequent dissolution of the Soviet Union. 0414 English 18 min

FAMILIES OF EGYPT
001760 VH 30 min I 2002 Families of the world takes you on a fantastic journey to another country where you view the unique lives of two children and their families. Focuses on the way of life, family interaction, foods and celebrations. Join us in our visit to the countryside, cities, schools and homes of two families. 0414 English 30 min

THE FABULOUS FIVE: OUR SENSES
200272 VH 18 min K 2005 An 18-minute video designed to help children identify their five senses and show them how their senses allow them to know their world. Some descriptive vocabulary is developed (e.g. sweet, salty, sour, and bitter) to describe tastes. 0414 English 18 min

FALL OF NEW FRANCE
YRY015 VH 29 min 1987 ORIGINS: A HISTORY OF CANADA SERIES - A study of the "great war for empire" waged in Europe in the early part of the 18th century, and how it affected Anglo-French relations in North America. Also, causes of the second phase of the great war; the expulsion of the Acadians in the 1750’s; and the dramatic shift of power in North America after 1758. 0471 English 29 min First Nations (Socials)

FACES OF CHINA
BE0236 VH 23 min I 1988 Nearly one out of every five persons on earth lives in China. The Great Wall, built over 2000 years ago, courses the landscape in testimony to China’s ancient past. The program shows the profound changes which the twentieth century has brought to China and its people. 0583 English 23 min Business Education

FAMILIES OF THE WORLD SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: JAPAN [106436]

FAMILY
107061 VH 15 min 1989 Explores the lives of children in three Japanese families, and focuses on the relationships among family members. Also, the local neighbourhood association which is the heart of the community life and illustrates the Japanese spirit of mutual cooperation and support which begins in the family and extends to the community. 0269 English 15 min

FALL OF THE AZTEC & MAYA EMPIRES
013172 VH 65 min IJS 2000 ANCIENT CIVILIZATIONS SERIES The brilliant and powerful cultures of Mesoamerica (the Olmecs, Zapotecs, Toltecs, Aztecs, Aztecs and Maya) believed that one day the God-man Quetzalcoatl would return from the east to claim his throne. The coincidental arrival of the Spaniard Hernando Cortez at the prescribed time fulfilled this fatal doctrine. This story not only traces the Spanish conquest of the Aztecs and Maya, but also follows the journey. 0357 English 65 min

FACES OF JAPAN SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: SUMO : AN AMERICAN PORTRAIT [107051]

FACTORING IN MENDEL
001003 VH 10 min S 1986 ORGANIC EVOLUTION SERIES Darwin was unable to explain how characteristics are transferred from generation to generation. The solution is found in Gregor Mendel’s experiments with the common pea plant. Finally, an examination of dominant and recessive traits, and of the Hardy-Weinberg law. 0471 English 10 min

FAMILY AFTER FAMILY
100926 VH 30 min S 1994 A QUESTION OF JUSTICE SERIES Subject: Family Law - Divorce. 0953 English 30 min

FALL OF THE BERLIN WALL, THE
106970 VH 51 min I 1991 Takes students to the closing of the Iron Curtain across the face of Eastern Europe and journeys through time to its dramatic re-opening. This startling, political and economic revolution comes as the culmination of years of Cold War brought on by the changes that occurred in European politics after WWII. 0274 English 51 min

FAMILY DOWN THE FRASER
000634 VH 27:52 min I 1991 A video which follows the adventure of the Wright family as they raft down the Fraser River from Tete Jaune Cache in the Rockies to the Pacific. Along the way they learn about the history of the river, see traces of former settlements, and encounter pioneers with lifestyles very different from their own urban ways. 0714 English 27:52 min

FAERIE TALE THEATRE SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: THE EMPEROR’S NEW CLOTHES (CC) [101596]

FAERIE TALE THEATRE SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: THE BOY WHO LEFT HOME TO FIND OUT ABOUT THE SHIVE [101609]

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002078 VH 15 min PI 2003 Using discussion and interviews, the video discusses the similarities and differences in families. It presents ideas and activities that students can use to explore their own family culture. 0414 English 15 min

THE FARM
107541 VH 10 min PI This video, about a pioneer farm, covers planting, harvesting and using crops during the pioneer days. 0495 English 10 min

FAULTING AND FOLDING
102529 VH 18 min JS 1992 EARTH SCIENCE VIDEO LIBRARY. This program explores the processes that result in the faulting and folding of the earth’s crust. Recent footage from the California Earthquake of 1989 is used to illustrate one of the ways that faults and folds affect humans. The combination of full-motion footage and computer graphics provides vivid explanations for the often difficult concepts of faulting and folding. 0599 English 18 min

FARM / AMUSEMENT PARK
104419 VH 30 min P 1987 TERRIFIC TRIPS SERIES - A TRIP TO THE FARM - Matt Weissmann and his family live on a dairy farm. We spend a day with them as Matt tells all about the animals and work on the farm. A TRIP TO THE AMUSEMENT PARK - Some lucky children spend an exciting day at Six Flags Over Georgia Amusement Park. We circle the sky with them on airplane and parachute rides, and steam through a park on an old train. 0393 English 30 min

THE FANTASTIC WORLD OF M.C. ESCHER
104948 VH 50 min 1994 The works of the Dutch graphic artist, Maurits Cornelis Escher (1898-1972), have intrigued and delighted for generations. His distortions of space and time, steeped in fantastic imagery, have created a dedicated following around the world. But who was the man behind the intricate and mysterious designs? What inspired his unique and often bizarre prints? And what are the mathematical principles at work in so much of Escher’s art? Through firstperson accounts by his friends and mathematicians, computer animated recreations of his work, and a look at his sources of inspiration in Italy and Spain, this video answers these questions and more in an engaging exploration that will enrich the understanding and appreciation of Escher and his art. 0551 English 50 min

FEAST AMID FAMINE: WORLD FOOD PARADOX RADOX
100898 VH 60 min 1990 Pt. One: Killing With Kindness - The Paradox. There is enough food to feed everyone. Third World nations are kept out of the world economy by the very surpluses sent to feed them. Pt. Two: Technology and the Green Revolution. Under-developed nations need to produce their own food for themselves and for sale in the world market. Pt. Three: Balance of Trade. Trade imbalance leads to Third World countries being squeezed out of the marketplace. 0601 English 60 min

FARMING/LIFE CYCLES
000862 VH 52 min IJS 1999 BILL NYE : THE SCIENCE GUY SERIES - Divided in two parts, this video includes experiments. The farming portion is 26 minutes longer, just as the life cycles section is. 0574 English 52 min

FANTASY AND ILLUSION
104851 AP IS 1991 This portfolio includes 24 Visuals, each 18 x 24", laminated for durability, in a sturdy, convenient carrier. Information and commentary on the back of each Visual, including discussion of how the work relates to the theme of the portfolio. A study guide is included. 0327 English

FAST FOOD: WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU?
104040 VH 16 min I Alex and Karen learn which foods are high in saturated fat, cholesterol and sugar, and how to make better choices at their favourite fast food hangout, as well as at home. Live action with computer graphics and rap music. 0244 English 16 min

FEELING YES, FEELING NO (KIT)
080904 KT 30 min PA 1999 This kit contains all 4 videos including 3 for students and the 4th one for Adults/ Parents.There is a resource package to assist parents and teachers in using this sexual abuse prevention program. Co-produced by National Film Board and Knowledge Network. 0714 English 30 min

FANTASY LITERATURE: INTRODUCTION-SWORDS & SORCERY
001728 VH 25 min IJS 2003 Get ready for a fun-filled exploration of the fabulous genre of fantasy literature. The Standard Deviants cover some of fantasy literature’s greatest stories, including The Lord of the Rings, Le Morte d’Arthur, and Beowulf, with a special look at what makes these stories so great. 0414 English 25 min

THE FATEFUL DECADE: FROM LITTLE ROCK TO THE CIVIL
100654 VH 27 min JS Follow the civil rights movement accelerating: marches, clashes with the police, the jailing of demonstrators, the murder of Medgar Evers, the bombing of the Baptist church in Birmingham, sit-ins and protests, the Montgomery March, the Mississippi Freedom March, Martin Luther King, Jr.’s famous speeches, his funeral, and LBJ’s signing of the Civil Rights Bill of 1968. 0380 English 27 min

FEELING YES, FEELING NO: PART 1
000995 VH 14:06 min IJ 1984 This video and the accompanying user’s guide teach children basic skills that build self-worth, self-confidence and good judgement. Children are encouraged to appreciate, take pride in , and take responsibility for their own bodies, as well as to recognize and express related feelings. 0714 English 14:06 min

FEELING YES, FEELING NO: PART 2
000996 VH 13:43 min IJ 1984 The Part 2 of Feeling Yes, Feeling No, and the accompanying user’s guide reinforce the understanding of "yes" feelings and "no" feelings and introduce skills to help children assess potentially dangerous situations involving strangers. It also provides each child with a simple, nonthreatening definition of sexual assault. 0714 English 13:43 min

FARLEY MOWAT: OWLS IN THE FAMILY
105703 VH 13 min I One of Canada’s foremost authors, Farley Mowat, describes his prairie boyhood and the animals he knew then. He discusses the writing of "Owls in the Family," and reads a chapter in which the owl, Wol, scares away a group of bullies. 0599 English 13 min

FATS
001724 VH 21 min IJ 2001 Fat? UGH! Hold on a second. Although many of us try to avoid fat, it is a nutrient that is essential for the body to function. The Standard Deviants go over both the helpful and harmful properties of fat. 0414 English 21 min

78 FEELING YES, FEELING NO: PART 3
000997 VH 15:40 min IJ 1984 Feeeling Yes, Feeling No: Part 3 and the accompanying user’s guide introduce the issue of sexual assault by a trusted adult. The film’s classroom actors role-play several children’s responses to common family assault situations, and demonstrate how to get the help they need by using the skills and vocabulary learned in Part 1 and Part 3. Part 3 encourages each child to keep asking for help, no matter how big the problem may seem, until she/he finds an adult who says "I will help you with your problem", and does. 0714 English 15:40 min

sentir les fleurs plutot que de combattre dans l’arene. 0571 French 8 min

FIELD FLOWERS
000185 VH 42 min J 1992 LEARNING TO PAINT WITH CAROLYN BERRY SERIES - This series provides a step-by-step guide to painting and drawing according to the following six titles: STILL LIFE, PORTRAIT PAINTING, FIELD FLOWERS, WATER COLOUR TECHNIQUES, PORTRAIT DRAWING, and PERSPECTIVE. Each video introduces the topic and discusses subject matter, techniques, use of materials, strategies for completing a work, and framing and display. The artist/narrator Carolyn Berry uses conversational and informal tone in her commentary. 0104 English 42 min

LA FERME
107542 VH 10 min PS 1970 Version francaise de 971 VR 515. ¸ 0495 French 10 min

LA FETE COSTUMEE
105967 VH 20 min P 1988 Les invitations sont recues pour un bal ¸ travesti dans la grande salle de la maison du crapaud, mais lorsque tout le monde arrive, le crapaud n’est pas la. 0941 French 20 min `

LES FETES CANADIENNES
101440 VH 24 min I 1) "L’Action de graces chez grandmere". A charming Thanksgiving story about three birds. 2) "L’Halloween et le Vieux Harold". Halloween as it used to be. 3) "Le Noel de Hoodoo McFiggin". A Christmas story written and originally published by Stephen Leacock. 0599 French 24 min

FEELING YES, FEELING NO: THE ADULT FILM
000994 VH 27:17 min TA 1984 The Adult Film provides information on the nature and scope of child sexual assault, the behavioral signs of the sexually assaulted child, and the skills necessary to assist a sexual assault victim. The video is accompanied by a user’s guide for educators and helping professionals that provides information on how to facilitate a networking workshop for the Feeling Yes, Feeling No program. It is part of a four-part program including also Feeling Yes, Feeling No, parts 1,2, and 3. 0714 English 27:17 min

FIERRO... L’ETE DES SECRETS
105603 VH 100 min I 1990 Fierro ou l’ete des secrets raconte la fin de l’enfance, ses joies, ses passions, les difficultes de gradir et de vieillir. 0823 French 100 min

THE FIFTH ESTATE SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: CANADIAN WAY : GLOBAL WARMING [101075]

FEU - L’ENERGIE
013043 VH 21:33 min IJS 2001 SERIE TRANSIT D’UN OCEAN A L’AUTRE - Feu porte sur les abondantes ressources energetiques du Canada- une richesse naturelle qui procure a sa population un niveau de vie que lui envient bien des pays. Nous transformons le vent, l’eau, le soleil, le petrole, l’uranium, le gaz naturel en carburant pour les voitures, en chaleur pour les maisons et en energie electrique pour les appareils menagers. En fait, les Canadiens comptent parmi les principaux consommateurs d’energie de la planete. Mais malgre d’abondantes reserves de petrole et d’eau et une population relativement faible, ils commencent a prendre conscience du fait que leur qualite de vie depend egalement de la qualite de leur environnement. 0714 French 21:33 min

FIGHTING THE DRAGON: DEPRESSION
001796 VH 45 min JS 2002 An understanding of depression is developed through some Canadian case studies. The connection between brain chemistry and depression is explored, as are recent scientific discoveries and new methods of treatment related to depression. Prior to viewing, a discussion about neurotransmitters of the brain, specifically serotonin and dopamine, would help students better understand the advanced medical description of brain chemistry that is provided. Caution: Shows methods of suicide which may not be appropriate for "at risk" students. 0414 English 45 min

FELIX LECLERC : C’EST LA PREMIERE FOIS QUE J’LA C
105062 VH 1988 Un portrait a travers ses chansons et ` ses confidences. Situe l’epoque, ` l’influence de Leclerc, les souvenirs et les impressions qu’il a laisses. 0714 ` French

FELIX LECLERC CHANTE CADET ROUSSELLE
105063 VH 6 min P 1989 A useful resource for F.S.L. and French Immersion classes, this popular folksong is sung here by Felix Leclerc and beautifully illustrated by the painter Jean Dallaire. 0599 French 6 min

FIBRE UP FOR HEALTH / COMPLETING THE PROTEIN PUZZLE
000171 VH 60 min JS 1992 THE LIGHT GOURMET series - "Fibre Up For Health" discusses ways to increase fibre in the diet, and "Completing the Protein Puzzle" discusses vegetable proteins and meat alternatives such as eggs and fish. 0104 English 60 min

FIGURINE OF A WOMAN (DAHOMEY)
107099 RE IS AFRICAN REPLICA: A rare example of "pure art" in 19th century Africa, depicting a woman carrying a pot of water to her house for daily needs. Water was often carried this way for a mile or more. Note the posture needed to carry the precious load without spilling a drop. (18 cm) 0008 English

THE FEMININE MISTAKE : THE NEXT GENERATION
104058 VH 32 min JS 1990 Brings the issue of women and smoking into the present. Viewers will hear from women who are experiencing the harmful consequences of smoking and from anti-smoking activists. 0835 English 32 min

FIDDLES AND WHIMMYDIDDLES
104831 VH 18 min PI 1977 Film version - 745 MP 007. Shows toys in pioneer times. 0574 English 18 min

UNE FILLE NOMMEE VANILLE (CC)
106084 VH 26 min 1992 (Serie LES INTREPIDES) Dans cet ` episode, Vanille craint d’avoir perdu le ` petit Pilou dont elle a la garde. Cedant ` a la panique, l’adolescente s’enfuit. ` Les "intrepides" partent a la recherche ` `

FERDINAND, LE TAUREAU
000068 VH 8 min PIJSA 1990 Recompensez vos enfants en leur montrant cette jolie historie d’un taureau qui aime la paix et qui prefere

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de Pilou qu’ils retrouvent dans un bois avoisinant. Francais Langue Premiere ¸ ` K-7 0104 French 26 min of living that is the envy of nations around the world. Wind, water, sun, oil, uranium and natural gas are transformed into fuel for cars, heat for homes and power for appliances. In fact, Canadians are among the biggest consumers of energy on the planet. Despite vast reserves of oil and water, and a relatively small population, Canadians are beginning to realize that their quality of life also depends on the quality of the environment. 0714 English 22 min nomadic contemporaries. 0414 English 50 min

FILM AS TEXT
013357 DV 25 min S 2005 Topics include narrative conventions used by filmmakers in telling a story; narration: Narrator or through the eyes of a character; the Plot - the techniques used to express the plot in film; manipulation of time; shot construction and design; lighting; point of view; props and set dressing; sound design and music; the them; metaphors and visual motifs, etc. 0373 English 25 min

THE FIRST DAYS OF SCHOOL
000938 VH 36 min T 1998 THE EFFECTIVE TEACHER VIDEO SERIES - Part 2 of a set of 8 video tapes of the Effective Teacher Video Series. The series is designed for both new teacher induction programs as well as in-service programs for veteran teachers. A Facilitator’s Manual and the correlated book The First Days of School can be borrowed from the Professional Library at the LMCC. This particular video deals with the following: How to help students succeed; how to dress for success; how to invite students to succeed. HARRYK. English 36 min

FIRE STATION
104174 VH 13 min KPIJS 1990 YOUR TOWN SERIES - A visit to a community fire station to show some of the many ways in which fire fighters and paramedics help people - from fighting a blazing fire to aiding an injured or sick person; also shows how fire fighters help prevent fires by teaching about fire safety. 0689 English 13 min

FINAL FLIGHT: SEARCH FOR DF626
013380 DV 48 min IJS 2006 In 1943, Canadian Hank Ernst and his crew crashed their Wellington aircraft near Exeter, England.Ernst’s hands, face and leg were badly burned. He and 177 other Canadians became members of The Guinea Pigs club, so called because of the experimental nature of their rehabilitation. Ernst’s story continues as we follow his quest to locate the crash site of more than 60 years ago.A very personal journey of remembrance. 0373 English 48 min

THE FIRST EUROPEANS
YRY007 VH 29 min ORIGINS: A HISTORY OF CANADA SERIES - This program surveys the very first European contacts with Canada, from the possible arrival of Irish monks in the 6th century, the Viking settlements in the 11th century, to the formal claim to Canada made by John Cabot on behalf of the King of England in 1497. 0471 English 29 min First Nations (Socials)

FIRE STATION, THE
PLL012 VH 13 min P 1990 This video portrays the many facets of a firefighter’s job. It shows firefighters being trained, and participating in fire safety programs. It also shows them helping in emergency situations such as accidents and rescues, in addition to fighting fires. Both volunteer and paid firefighting crews are represented, and the majority of personnel depicted are male. 0689 English 13 min Primary Learning for Living

FINDING DERIVATIVES
002061 VH 25 min JS 2002 The Standard Deviants give you a few more rules to help you survive, thrive, and derive in the jungles of calculus. The product rule, quotient rule, and chain rule will help you find derivatives no matter what size or shape they are. 0414 English 25 min

FIRST JOURNEY, FORT WILLIAM
107484 VH 23 min IS 1994 The fictional story of a child of the fur trade during the heyday of the Montreal-based North West Company. Meticulously drawn from historical records, the film recreates life in 1815 at a remote trading post near Lake Winnipeg, in Montreal, and at the Company’s lavish wilderness headquarters at Fort William near Lake Superior. 0714 English 23 min

FIREHOUSE / MAGIC SHOW
104175 VH 30 min P 1987 TERRIFIC TRIPS SERIES - A TRIP TO THE FIREHOUSE - Jackie the dalmatian narrates this visit to the firehouse where firefighters inspect and clean their equipment, then race into uniform and onto the trucks to fight a fire. A TRIP TO THE MAGIC SHOW Magician George Gilbert performs magic tricks with bunnies, cards, scarves and other props. He even tries a new trick with a scarf and has some amusing trouble. 0393 English 30 min

FINDING YOUR WAY : USING MAPS AND GLOBES
106269 VH 22 min I 1990 Covers the key points about maps and globes including longitude and latitude, scale, distance, symbols, legends and direction. The program illustrates each of these topics by using a variety of different maps. 0599 English 22 min

THE FIRST MANY-CELLED ANIMALS: SPONGES (REVISION)
000494 VH 15 min JS 1989 One billion years ago, all creatures on Earth were single celled. This video shows that the first multicellular animals were sponges and evolved, in part, because single cells cannot grow beyond a certain size. The video the describes sponges, focusing on how they eat, how different types of "skeletons" help shape their bodies, how they reproduce, and how they are able to regenerate. 0350 English 15 min

FINE FEATHERS
105463 VH 5 min PS 1968 In this cut-out colour cartoon by film artist, Evelyn Lambert, two quarrelsome birds got the urge to change their plumage. There is a moral to the story; neither bird had reckoned on the consequences of vanity. 0714 English 5 min

FIREMAN SAM ; HALLOWEEN
101586 VH 9 min PI 1991 The adventures of Fireman Sam who lives in a little village in Wales along with the interesting cast of animated characters. 0937 English 9 min

THE FIRST CIVILIZATIONS
002012 VH 50 min IJS 2002 This fascinating episode from the Secrets of Ancient Empires collection investigates the very latest findings about the development of the earliest civilizations. The great ancient cities of Babylon and Jericho are explored as the program compares the lives of our earliest farming ancestors and their

FIRE-ENERGY
013201 VH 22 min IJ 2001 TRANSIT ACROSS CANADA SERIES - FIRE-ENERGY features Canada’s rich energy resources - natural wealth that provides its people with a standard

THE FIRST NATIONS
107516 VH 29 min J 1987 ORIGINS: A HISTORY OF CANADA SERIES - This program examines the variety of cultures that arose in the Americas between 9000 and 1000 BC,

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highlighting the distinct Indian and Inuit ways of life, and presenting evidence of the striking diversity of cultures and the development of more than a thousand different native languages. 0953 English 29 min

FIRST NATIONS : THE CIRCLE UNBROKEN
107244 VH IA 1993 THE CIRCLE UNBROKEN SERIES The thirteen segments in this series, each approximately 20 minutes long, introduces a variety of First Nations perspectives on history, culture, spirituality, education, justice, the environment, racism, colonialism, and Aboriginal title to the land. Provides a critical thinking model for teaching First Nations issues. Vol. 1: CREE HUNTERS, QUEBEC DAMS ; STANDING ALONE ; THE LAST MOOSESKIN BOAT ; KWA’NU’TE’. Vol. 2: HUNTERS AND BOMBERS ; MAGIC IN THE SKY ; VOYAGE OF REDISCOVERY. Vol. 3: POTLATCH ; TIME IMMEMORIAL ; URANIUM. Vol. 4: EDUCATION, AS WE SEE IT ; LAST DAYS OF OKAK ; COMMANDOS FOR CHRIST. Two copies of Teacher’s Guide included. First Nations Studies 12 0470 English

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FITNESS OF GOOD HEALTH
000165 VH 10 min PI 1994 Can be segmented to permit discussion. Shows how students can develop a fun fitness program that is easy to follow and do on a daily basis. Childred are seen performing a variety of physical exercises for muscle development. The importance of rest, safety and good eating habits is also addressed. Demonstrates a gym is not necessary for exercising. 0104 English 10 min

FIRST NATIONS : NATIVE STEREOTYPING
107231 VH 30 min S 1994 FIRST NATIONS SERIES - Provides an introduction to the stereotyping of First Nations people. Professor Emma La Rocque, from the University of Manitoba, provides an explanation of the image of the "Indian" in Hollywood films, captivity narrative (dime novels), Wild West show posters, children’s toys, and sports teams. The negative affects of stereotyping is touched on. First Nations Studies 12 0104 English 30 min

FIVE LIONNI CLASSICS
105661 VH 30 min P 1986 The Animal fables of Leo Lionni. This animated video has the following fables: Frederick, Cornelius, It’s Mine! Fish is Fish and Swimmy. 0846 English 30 min

FIRST NATIONS PORTRAITS
107227 VH 50 min S Presents short clips depicting five positive examples of projects run by and for First Nations people. The projects featured are as follows: The Synala Program; First Nations fashion designers; First Nations Language Immersion school; the Potlatch and its significance at Alert Bay; the fishing techniques of Nuu Chah Nulth people of Port Alberni. The unifying theme is national self determination by First Nations peoples in five areas of BC. First Nations Studies 12 0104 English 50 min

FIRST WINTER
107482 VH 26 min IJ 1994 The O’Dwyers left their home in Ireland in 1830 to settle in the Ottawa Valley. Their first winter is a story of endurance, and a celebration of the human spirit that overcomes and survives. 0714 English 26 min

FIVE SEASONS
200265 DV 48 min S 2003 THE NATURE OF THINGS SERIES Full of sounds and images of the Australian Outback and narrated by David Suzuki, this well-paced documentary provides a comprehensive overview of the life of the Numurindi, modern-day Aboriginals who rely on traditions from the past. Useful for the study of First Nations peoples from another country. 0414 English 48 min

FIRST WORLD WAR: RISE OF FASCISM
106887 VH 30 min JS 1990 THE WESTERN TRADITION SERIES - Program #24 - The First World War and the Rise of Fascism - unresolved conflicts of the previous century lead to war and old empires are replaced by totalitarian states. The Second World War - civilian populations become targets of Hitler’s genocide policy against Jews. 0574 English 30 min

SPRING INTO HEALTHY EATING AND ACTIVE LIVING
019205 KT P 2001 Part of the CAPP K-3 Curriculum, this nutrition education kit is designed for use by early childhood educators working with First Nations children and parents. There are a variety of resources in this kit including a puppet, poster, food cards and books. There is a focus on diabetes prevention. Many positive First Nations images are used to make it very relevant to aboriginal students. 0755 English

FIX: THE STORY OF AN ADDICTED CITY
002135 DV 92 min JS 2002 This DVD produced by Nettie Wild has a French subtitle option and also has a teacher’s guide available online. It is a portrait of Vancouver’s drug users and how Philip Owen, the mayor became an advocate of a safe injection site. It follows 2 real life characters for two years as their stories interconnect in a battle for the hearts, minds and streets of a city each one calls home. 0714 English 92 min

FISHING AT THE STONE WEIR: PART 1
000479 VH 30:20 min PIJ 1967 NETSILIK ESKIMOS SERIES - In this video, it is full summer. The skin tents are up, and it is time to fish. The men go into the river to form enclosures to trap fish. Once trapped, they are speared with three-pronged leisters. A woman cleans the catch, which has been strung on a thong. Everyone enjoys bits of raw fish. 0714 English 30:20 min

FIRST NATIONS ROLE MODELS
001705 VH 24 min S 1997 First Nations Role Models shoves aside the stereotypes and illuminates the lives of four community leaders with their own innovative methods for telling their tales: Tom Lalonde, Greg YoungIng, Verna Kirkness and Barb Cranmer. This program, aimed at all audiences of all ages and nationalities, demonstrates their diverse nature and accomplishments. 0011 English 24 min

FLAMENCO
105178 VH 55 min JS 1990 Presents the magnificent panorama of Flamenco and its performers, for whom the rhythms and lyrics are inherited folklore and part of daily life. 0380 English 55 min

FISHING AT THE STONE WEIR: PART 2
000480 VH 27 min PIJ 1967 NETSILIK ESKIMOS SERIES - In this video the fishing continues. The plentiful catch is stored in stone caches after the women have cleaned it. Some of the fish is cooked in a stone pot.

FLIGHT OF THE GOSSAMER CONDOR
104384 VH 27 min PS 1978 From the earliest times, we have longed to fly like a bird, to soar through the air by our own power. The Gossamer Condor is the fragile aircraft that fulfilled this age-old dream. This true-life film account of a landmark in

FIRST NATIONS SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: FIRST NATIONS : NATIVE STEREOTYPING [107231]

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history documents the work, adventure and creative thinking which turned an impossible dream -human-powered flight -into a scientific reality. 0599 English 27 min

FOCUS ON ASIA
107037 VH 28 min I 1993 A companion piece to Taiwan: Changing of the Guard, poses the question, "What is the future of Asia?" The video focuses on three factors: economic development, democracy and dictatorship, as well as on the changing role of the US in this region. 0274 English 28 min

FLIGHT OF THE SKYHAWKS
105316 VH 48 min IS 1994 Feel the excitement of free falling at 200 km per hour! They are athletes in the sky, flying at incredible speeds and achieving the courageous impossible. Join them as they defy death and thrill millions! Share the sky, the skill and the scare with Canada’s Military Parachute Team! 0357 English 48 min

"Reading Rainbow" series format: an introduction to the story with live footage; the story; concept development with further live footage; and related book reviews by children. English Language Arts K-7 0104 English 30 min

FOOD
000773 VH 11 min PI 1980 Lively lyrics, humorous animation and live-action photography combine to help youngsters realize that food is essential to life and health. In observing how food production has changed since earliest times, the video colourfully demonstrates how people learned to hunt, invent tools, herd animals and farm. Viewers will learn that in today’s world, advances in production, transportation and marketing have made a wide variety of foodstuffs available. 0350 English 11 min

FOCUS ON FRACTALS
102144 VH 30 min IJS 1992 This video explores the aesthetic qualities of mathematics through the world of fractals. Mathematics K-7, IRP 026 Mathematics 11 & 12 0104 English 30 min

FLOODING JOB’S GARDEN
107303 VH 59 min S 1994 AS LONG AS THE RIVERS FLOW SERIES - Examines the impact the James Bay Project has had on the Cree people who have traditionally inhabited the James Bay area. Examines what was entailed within the James Bay Agreement in terms of what the Cree gave up and what was gained. Included in this is the fact that their traditional lands and villages have been flooded or made unusable. First Nations Studies 12 0104 English 59 min

FOCUS ON THINKING : FEATURING FAYE BROWNLIE
013106 VH 52 min TEACHER 1993 This is a two program set with the first videotape called CREATING THOUGHTFUL LEARNERS and the second tape is called MORE STRATEGIES FOR THINKING. This Video Journal of Education is presented by Faye Brownlie whose books focus on strategies which engage students in developing higher order thinking skills. These tapes should prove to be especially helpful to educators in schools and districts where an identified outcome for students is processing information at high cognitive levels. (Includes: 2-videos, 1-audio tape, 1-guide) 0054 English 52 min

FOOD AND FITNESS: COMMON MISUNDERSTANDINGS ERSTAN
104081 VH 25 min IS 1995 Do your students define a meal as "food eaten between snacks?" If so, they need a day on patrol with the Nutri-Squad battling nutritional fraud and misinformation. They’ll learn about food, diet, and fitness while riding shotgun with officers Flintlock and Brody as they expose the questionable advise dished out at the Diet Management Center by "Doctor Diet. 0599 English 25 min

FLORENCE AND ERIC TAKE THE CAKE (CC)
105754 VH 30 min K 1990 READING RAINBOW SERIES - This video tells a humorous story of mistaken identity. Two children are sent to pick up a cake for their grandmother’s knitting group. The children take a hat that looks just like the cake. The knitting group and the hat owner suffer the consequences. Video also includes visits to a wax museum and a bakery that specializes in decorated cakes. 0470 English 30 min

FOLK DANCE INTERMEDIATE: ELEMENTARY P.E.CURRICULUM
000247 VH 73 min I 1997 This video which supports the elementary physical education curriculum was co-produced by Coquitlam School District and Burnaby School District. It contain 24 traditional folk dances and 10 Ukranian folk dance stunts as well as student created sequences. 0294 English 73 min

FOOD CHAINS
102925 VH 14 min IJ 1992 THE ECOLOGY SERIES - Follows a food chain from undersea kelp forests the primary producers that collect light energy, transfer it into chemical energy and store it in their tissues - through primary and secondary consumers. Describes the chemical reactions of photosynthesis, defines an energy pyramid and takes viewers up a food chain to determine why there are fewer and fewer animals at each link of a food chain. and IRP032 0104 English 14 min

FLUIDS/STORMS
000879 VH 50 min IJS 1999 BILL NYE : THE SCIENCE GUY SERIES - This video is divided in two segments: the first one deals with fluids and the second deals with storms. Each run for 26 minutes. 0574 English 50 min

FOLK DANCE PRIMARY
000250 VH 43 min P 1997 Demonstrates how to teach a traditional folk dance to primary students. Has 18 traditional folk dances from the "HitchHiker,Jump Jim Jo, to How Do You Do My Partner." 0294 English 43 min

FOOD CHAINS : EAT AND BE EATEN
000051 VH 15 min I 1993 3-2-1 CLASSROOM CONTACT SERIES - 3-2-1 CLASSROOM CONTACT is a set of eight television shows which emphasize the process of scientific investigation. Food chains : Eat and be eaten shows how marine biologists observe the kelp/sea urchin food chain. The video also explains how sometimes intervention on the part of the scientists is necessary to maintain the delicate balance. 0104 English 15 min

FLYING ANIMALS : WINGING IT
000053 VH 15 min I 1993 3-2-1 CLASSROOM CONTACT SERIES - 3-2-1 CLASSROOM CONTACT is a set of eight television shows which exphasize the process of scientific investigation. Flying Animals : Winging It shows the similarities in the structure of wings of different types of ceatures, including birds, flying mammals and now-extinct flying reptiles. 0104 English 15 min

FOLLOW THE DRINKING GOURD (CC)
105740 VH 30 min 1993 READING RAINBOW SERIES - This video is about slavery and the building of the Underground Railroad in the U.S. The segments use stills from the book of songs "Follow the Drinking Gourd" to explain how slaves followed the "gourd" (i.e. Big Dipper) to help them negotiate the underground railway to the north and Canada. It follows the standard

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000058 VH 14 min PIJSA 1994 Discusses the fact that when children are hungry, their opportunities for learning are greatly diminished. 0634 English 14 min

FOOD WEB; OCEAN LIFE
013150 VH 50 min IJ 1996 BILL NYE : THE SCIENCE GUY SERIES - Food Web: Watch Bill Nye become tangled in a complex food web in his quest to demonstrate that all living things depend on other living things to survive. Bill talks to children, nation-wide who are trying to improve their environment, while a Mt. St. Helen’s ecologist shows the rebirth of the area’s ecosystem. Ocean LIfe: Bill goes underwater to talk about ocean ecosystems and the importance of small organisms such as coral, plankton and kelp, whale food. 0574 English 50 min

FORESTRY: HARVESTING AND MANUFACTURING
104442 VH 20 min 0631 English S 20 min 1988

FORESTS FOR THE FUTURE : HUMANS IN THE FOREST
104456 VH 27 min JS 1995 FORESTS FOR THE FUTURE SERIES - Scientists look at the human impact on old-growth forest ecosystems. They show what happens to the ecology of a natural forest when large sections are logged or clearcut, and how a replanted area differs biologically from an ancient forest ecosystem. The program also illustrates the different impact of forest fires and clearcutting. Biology 11 & 12 1001 English 27 min

FOOD FOR THOUGHT
100548 VH 15 min I 1991 MANY VOICES SERIES - Isa attempts her first fast during Ramadan in spite of obstacles put in her way by a friend who doesn’t understand Isa’s Muslim faith. The MANY VOICES series deals with a broad range of multicultural issues. Each of the segments is told through the eyes of the student and gives a contemporary perspective. Personal Planning K-7 0953 English 15 min

FOODS AND FUN : A NUTRITION ADVENTURE
104053 VH 13 min KP 1990 Orange Bird, an animated character, teaches basic nutritional rules to young children. 0574 English 13 min

FOOD FROM THE SUN
000502 VH 9 min P 1990 Demonstrations and drawings show how life on earth relies on the sun for energy. Viewers discover the basic processes by which plants and animals obtain the sun’s energy stored in food. 0350 English 9 min

FORESTS FOR THE FUTURE SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: FORESTS FOR THE FUTURE : HUMANS IN THE FOREST [104456] FORESTS FOR THE FUTURE : THE NATURAL FOREST [104455]

FOODSAFE
For descriptions see individual titles: (RESTAURANTS - SANITATION) [000216] CASE HISTORY NO.2 : HEPATITIS "A" [000205] MICROBIOLOGY FOR FOODSERVICE WORKERS [000212]

FOOD, HEALTH & EXERCISE
013381 KT 23 min IJS 2007 Studies indicate that nearly 25% of all school-age children are overweight. Clearly, poor eating and exercise habits are a significant problem for today’s youth. This program delivers a clear explanation for this growing dilemma and suggests healthy alternatives like smaller portions, healthier food choices, more exercise and basic information about nutrition and food labeling. Follow a typical teen as he moves through his day. 0599 English 23 min

FORESTS FOR THE FUTURE : THE NATURAL FOREST
104455 VH 23 min JS 1995 FORESTS FOR THE FUTURE SERIES - Scientists take us into the Northwest’s ancient forests for an informative look at how an old-growth forest ecosystem functions, introducing basic forestry terms and concepts. They show how a natural forest is more than living trees, but rather a complex, interdependent web of species. Biology 11 & 12 1001 English 23 min

FOR ANGELA ... (CC)
100537 VH 21 min IJ 1993 A story about a woman who was compelled to change attitudes and shatter stereotypes. It’s a story about a racial assault that could have been ruinous, instead it was empowering. Inspired by a true story, this film is emotionally charged and beautifully acted. Closed captioned for the Hearing Impaired. 0714 English 21 min

LES FORETS SAISONNIERES
001040 DV 50 min JS 2007 SERIE PLANETE TERRE - Episode #10 -Elles sont les plus repandues sur terre et l’un des principaux ecosystemes de notre continent. Elles vivent, apres la lethargie de l’hiver,l’une des metamorphoses les plus magiques de la nature: le renouveau printanier. Les plus grands arbres du monde y poussent et elles produisent des quantites considerables d’oxygene. 0414 French 50 min

THE FOOD MACHINE
103910 VH 25 min JS 1994 BODY ATLAS SERIES - Video uses current imaging technology to investigate the digestive and excretory systems. Stimulating visuals show the path of food "from table to toilet". Biology 11 & 12 0104 English 25 min

FORCE AND MOTION: NEWTON’S THREE LAWS
102357 VH 17 min S 1987 The three laws of force and motion through experiments and demonstrations. 0983 English 17 min

FOOD SAFETY
104573 VH 25 min JA 1991 The leading cause of food poisoning is consumer ignorance. Food poisoning is surprisingly common, but is usually labelled as a "bug" or "24 hour flu." Think of this video as preventive medicine. Accompany a poison investigator as she views a surveillance tape searching for evidence of food poisoning. This tape reveals numerous examples of dangerous food handling with an emphasis on understanding the "why" of food handling instead of learning a series of forgettable rules. 0599 English 25 min

FORCES
000541 VH 13 min IJ 1980 To show different types of forces, children pull in a tug of war and push a huge beach ball. We see that forces can deform objects. Demonstrations prove that three kinds of forces can exist between objects not touching each other: magnetic, electrical and gravitational. 0350 English 13 min

FORGOTTEN WARRIORS:STORY OF CANADA’S ABORIGINAL WAR VETERANS
000293 VH 51 min JS 1997 Although they could not be conscripted, when World War II was declared, thousands of Canadian Aboriginal men and women enlisted and fought alongside their non-Native countrymen. While they fought for freedom for others, ironically the Aboriginal soldiers were not allowed equality in their own country. 0714 English 51 min

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YRY019 VH 29 min ORIGINS: A HISTORY OF CANADA SERIES - A study of responsible government achieved in Upper and Lower Canada in 1848; the Barkerville gold rush of British Columbia; and the effect of the U.S. Civil War on Canada. Also, the impact of the Irish potato famine on the New World; the beginnings of the railway; and the events that led to Confederation. 0471 English 29 min First Nations (Socials)

FORT YORK : DEFENDERS OF UPPER CANADA
107535 VH 21 min IS 1967 A graphic account of a day in the lives of officers and men in Fort York in 1816. Precise detail provides students with an atmosphere of that era. 0495 English 21 min

mammals that exist today. Live-action footage, coupled with the latest ideas about ecology, bring to life the major life forms that thrived during the Paleozoic, Mesozoic and Cenozoic geologic eras. 0599 English 18 min

LA FOUINE (CC)
106088 VH 26 min 1992 (Serie LES INTREPIDES) Dans cet ` episode, les "intrepides" sont a la ` ` recherche d’un chien qu’on a vole et ` dont la proprietaire est une petit fille ` aveugle. Leur cousine Nathalie, qui est une de lears admiratrices, tient a ` participer a l’engulte. Grace a leur ` ˆ ` ingeniosite, Julie et Tom reussissent a ` ` ` ` demasquer le voleur et a conserver ` ` l’anonymat malgre la curiosite de ` ` Nathalie la "fouine". Francais Langue ¸ Premiere K-7 0104 French 26 min `

FORTITUDE
000190 VH 25 min S 1992 KURT VONNEGUT SERIES - Based on a short story by Kurt Vonnegut. Examines the issues of medical ethics and euthanasia in a satirical fashion. A wealthy 114-year-old woman who is tired of life is being kept alive against her wishes by a series of machines. Her well-meaning doctor is determined that she will continue to "live" at all costs. A modern match for the satire of Jonathan Swift. Leads viewers to consider what makes life worth living. 0104 English 25 min

FORT LANGLEY
HI0261 VH 15 min I 1981 Fort Langley is a dramatized documentary designed for grade 5 Social Studies students who are studying the fur trade. The program explores the life and work of Fort Langley traders and their families, their interaction with native people, and how their community contributed to other settlements in British Columbia. 0793 English 15 min History

THE FOUR SEASONS SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: AUTUMN [102274] SPRING [102275]

FOSSIL FUELS (CC)
102622 VH 20 min I 1993 This video introduces the topic of fossil fuels by presenting their formation, exploration and use. It describes the types of coal formations and how they differ from petroleum formations. It concludes by presenting some of the problems presented by fossil fuel consumption such as acid rain and depletion of this non-renewable resource. Closed Captioned for the Hearing Impaired. From the EARTH SCIENCE VIDEO LIBRARY Series. 0104 English 20 min

LE FOYER
107540 VH 11 min Version francaise de 971 VR 513. ¸ 0495 French 11 min PS

FORT LANGLEY - A VIDEO ESSAY
106584 VH 15 min I 1994 This video has been developed to support the goals and skills identified for the grade four and five social studies program in BC. It is suitable as an orientation for those planning to visit the site, or as a stand-alone presentation. 0785 English 15 min

FRANCE
106343 VH 75 min IS La Belle France - where life is a pleasure and love an art. Begin in Brittany at the Mont-Saint-Michel abbey. Discover haute couture, renowned artworks and graceful charm in Paris. Enjoy the splendor of France’s great chateaux at Chambord and Chenonceaux. Chat with local vinters in Champgne and Bordeaux. Watch the bulls run at the Bayonne festival and go truffle hunting in the Dordogne. Tour the port of Marseille and the medieval papal capital of Avignon. 0687 English 75 min

FORT LANGLEY (FRENCH)
L00218 VH 15 min I 1985 Ce programme est un documentaire a ` caractere dramatique qui presente le ` ` commerce de la fourrure. Ce programme traite de la vie des negociants en fourrure et de celle de ` leurs familles a Fort Langley, de leur ` interaction avec les autochtones et de la facon dont leur communaute a ¸ ` contribue a l’etablissement d’autres ` ` ` villages en Colombie-Britannique. Ce programme est aussi disponible en anglais. Veullez consulter Fort Langley, PEMC No. HI0261. 0793 French 15 min Languages

LES FOSSILES: EXPLORATION DU PASSE
102784 VH 16 min JS 1988 La paleontologie, L’etude des fossiles, ` ` nous fournit de informations tres ` precieuses pour connaˆtre l’histoire ` ı geologique de la terre. 0665 French ` 16 min

FOSSILS/EROSION
000881 VH 50 min IJS 1999 BILL NYE : THE SCIENCE GUY SERIES - The first segment of this video deals with fossils and shows the relationship between dinosaurs and birds, finds out that rhinoceroses once lived in Nebraska. It runs for about 26 minutes. The second segment deals with erosion and explains how it alters the landscape. It also runs for about 26 minutes. 0574 English 50 min

FRANCISCO PIZARRO AND THE INCA
200219 DV 20 min IJ 2006 Dramatization, video footage and photographs enhance descriptions of Inca life as well as scenes of Spanish exploration and conquest. Chapter divisions make it easy to address specific concepts. The fast-paced program supports learning outcomes for ancient civilizations in Grade 7 Social Studies. 0414 English 20 min

FORT LANGLEY, LE - UN ´ DEVOIR SUR VIDEO
106585 VH 15 min I 1994 Dans cette optique, le present film video ` ` correspond aux buts et aux exigences du programme des etudes sociales des ` 4e et 5e annees en Colombie` Britannique. (French version of 917 VR 206) 0785 French 15 min

FOSSILS: UNCOVERING CLUES TO THE PAST
102536 VH 18 min JS 1992 EARTH SCIENCE VIDEO LIBRARY. Uncover the many clues fossils reveal about the earth’s last 600 million years of life, from the simplest organisms that colonized the oceans to the complex

FRANKESTEIN : THE MAKING OF A MONSTER
000150 VH 50 min S 1994 This video contains a series of interviews with experts in the field of Frankenstein, a profile of original author Mary Shelley and her times, and a history of productions on the stage and in the cinema. It is narrated by

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Donald Sutherland and provides the viewer with a sense of the monster in a metaphorical and historical context. 0104 English 50 min

FRECKLE JUICE
105570 VH 20 min PI 1988 Youngsters,teachers, and the young at heart will appreciate this beautifullyanimated film version of Judy Blume’s popular book,"Freckle Juice. 0983 English 20 min

FRESH TALK : PART 2 : RESPONSIBILITY
104066 VH 28 min JT 1991 Includes discussion on gender role stereotypes, pregnancy and parenting, communication, safer sex, HIV and AIDS... 0914 English 28 min

FRANKLIN TELLS TIME
000763 VH 50 min P 1997 Franklin is self-conscious that he hasn’t learned how to tell time the way all of his friends can. When he is unable to find any more excuses for his lateness, Franklin confesses his difficulty to Mr. Owl and is reassured that everyone needs extra help sometimes. Also includea:1.FRANKLIN SAYS SORRY: Franklin spoils Bear’s tree fort surprise when he blabs an entrusted secret to Fox. Now, Bear doesn’t want to share anything with Franklin,including his friendship...2.FRANKLIN’S BABYSITTER: Mom and Dad are going away on an overnight excursion and are leaving Franklin with his beloved Grandmother. Granny comes down with a cold and Mrs. Muskrat is called at the last minute...3.FRANKLIN’S GIFT: Franklin takes time and care in making a present for Mother’s Day... The video stories are based on the books written by Paulette Bourgeois and Brenda Clark. 0687 English 50 min

FRED PENNER: THE CAT CAME BACK
105075 VH 45 min KI 1990 Fred Penner takes to the stage in his first live concert video. Through song, story-telling rhyme, this "Cat" does more than come back, he stays awhile and shares with us the secrets of where he’s been. 0760 English 45 min

FRESH TALK : PART 3 : POWER
104067 VH 30 min JT 1991 Issues include: Sexism, racism, homophobia, sexual abuse. This documentary is comprised of thirty young people, ages 15 -24 years, speaking out with humour and insight on how their sexuality is influenced. 0914 English 30 min

THE FRENCH REVOLUTION
106973 VH 35 min JA Presents some of the causes of the Revolution and follows the progression of its various phases, from the Declaration of the Rights of Man in 1789 and the Popular Movement in Paris in the 1790s, to war, counterrevolution and continuing social conflict. 0140 English 35 min

FRESH TALK : PART 4 : PLEASURE
104068 VH 16 min JT 1991 Serves as an excellent "ice-breaker" encouraging young people to talk about sensitive subjects for better understanding of their experiences . Issues include : masturbation & selfknowledge, fantasies, power roles, eroticizing the whole body and communication. 0914 English 16 min

FRANKLIN’S VALENTINE
000684 VH 25 min P 1997 During the classroom Valentine’s party, Franklin makes the shocking discovery that his handmade cards were lost on the way to school.Franklin is very upset, as he had spent a lot of time making these special cards. However, his classmates are very understanding, and Franklin decides he will celebrate their friendship in a special way. Franklin Takes a Trip - Franklin has been looking forward to his family trip, hoping they would be going to an amusement park. When Franklin’s parents take him to a pioneer village instead, he is very disappointed. Once he gets caught up in the pioneer spirit, Franklin discovers that the early settlers were doing fun things long before the roller coaster was invented. NBS English 25 min

THE FRENCH REVOLUTION
106974 VH 60 min JS 1990 Part 1 - In 1788, France was on the brink of bankruptcy because of the decadence of its privileged classes. In order to further tax the nation, a parliament was elected so that the monarchy would not take the full brunt of the blame. 0319 English 60 min

FRESH TALK : YOUTH AND SEXUALITY - PART 1 : IMAGE
104065 VH 22 min KPIJSCATJT 1991 (N.B. These videos are not to be used in their entirety - tape should be stopped after each interview and discussion begins. Use by Family Mgt., Family Life, K.L.A.S.S. teachers.) Issues include: Cultural and media influence, gay identity, breaking stereotypes... 0914 English 22 min

THE FRENCH REVOLUTION
106975 VH 60 min JS 1990 Part 2 - The assembly had sudden power, then they demanded a weaker ruler and, in the resultant compromise, a constitutional monarchy was devised. 0319 English 60 min

A FRESH VIEW: IMPRESSIONISM AND POST-IMPRESSION
9O1280 VH 60 min S 1989 ART OF THE WESTERN WORLD SERIES - The works of Courbet, Cezanne, and Van Gogh are examined. Works of the Impressionists reveal the innovations with colour and changing light. 0571 English 60 min Social Studies

THE FRENCH REVOLUTION
106976 VH 60 min JS 1990 Part 3 - The framers of these laws of hope, including the rights of man, unwittingly added a fatal flaw; a kingly veto with which Louis XVI obstructed democratic progress and infuriated an otherwise lenient nation. 0319 English 60 min

FRANKLIN GOES TO CAMP
000685 VH 25 min P 1998 When Franklin goes away to camp, he worries that he is losing his best friend when Fox begins to take center stage and Bear seems to be his best audience. Franklin’s Bike Helmet Franklin can’t wait to show off his flashy new bicycle helmet, until he overhears some friends commenting on how funny it looks. He becomes reluctant to wear his new helmet in public and has to decide if he should ignore the opinions of others and be confident about what he chooses to like and wear. NBS English 25 min

FRIENDS DON’T LET FRIENDS DRIVE DRUNK
200241 DV 15 min JS 2006 A grieving teen whose boyfriend died while driving drunk starts a school organization called "Students Arrive Alive" to encourage young people to intervene when friends want to drink and drive. But when she is confronted with a drinking date and the decision whether to ride with him or not, she doesn’t live up to her own standards. 0414 English 15 min

THE FRENCH REVOLUTION
106977 VH 60 min JS 1990 Part 4 - The royal family was forced toward friendlier frontiers, only to be caught and abjectly humiliated. 0319 English 60 min

85 FRIENDS OF THE FAMILY
100900 VH 9 min P 1991 An animated film for young children explaining the purpose of raising funds for foreign aid by showing, in a simple way, the kinds of projects the money goes toward in developing countries. Produced for UNICEF. 0714 English 9 min embarks upon a series of hilarious misadventures. Full-colour dramatization, no dialogue. Closed Captioned for the Hearing Impaired. 0504 English 14 min Primary Language Arts

FROM JUNO BEACH TO DIEPPE... THE HARSH ROAD
106926 VH 20 min JS 1994 The German look-outs, in the bunkers lining the Normandy coast of the Channel, can’t believe their eyes. The sea is black with ships of all types and sizes. Thousands of vessels come to rest menacingly close to the beaches. Swarms of small landing craft leave the ships’ sides to carry ashore the Allied soldiers... Americans, British, Canadians... and a small number of Free French... for what will be the most formidable amphibious operation of all times. 0988 English 20 min

FROGGIE WENT A-COURTIN’ (CC)
PLA002 VH 8 min P 1981 A folk singer-guitarist sings the song "Froggie Went A-Courtin’" and early primary children of varied backgrounds and disabilities act out the entire story in mime. The costumes and props were made by the children. The cast is ethnically mixed and includes some disabled children in key roles. The drama encourages mutual respect and acceptance among all children. Closed Captioned for the Hearing Impaired. 0983 English 8 min Primary Language Arts

FROG AND TOAD ARE FRIENDS (CC)
PR0511 VH 17 min P 1985 This video consists of five short stories based on the book by Arnold Lobel featuring animated puppets. Each story focuses on a toad’s and frog’s loyalty to each other. The stories included are: "Spring", "The Story", "The Lost Button", "A Swim" and "The Letter". 0615 English 17 min Primary

FROM MARX TO MCDONALDS
000574 VH 20 min S 1995 FROM HERE TO DEMOCRACY SERIES - "From Marx to McDonalds" provides a good overview of the change from a command to a market economy. 0104 English 20 min

THE FROG (CC)
103468 VH 11 min KP 1986 ANIMAL FAMILY SERIES - Uses closeup photography to reveal how eggs develop into tadpoles, and tadpoles into frogs. Describes each stage and its characteristics; how the animal obtains food and what anatomical changes it undergoes. Shows how croaking is produced, and explains its role in the mating season. 0104 English 11 min

FROGS AND HOW THEY LIVE (CC)
ISC022 VH 14 min I 1988 This content-oriented video illustrates frogs and their life cycles. Interesting facts are presented in a visuallystimulating production. Topics include frog anatomy, life cycle, behaviour and the frog’s importance to mankind. Closed Captioned for the Hearing Impaired. 0264 English 14 min Intermediate Science

FROM SEA TO SEA, 1867 TO 1873 (EPISODE 9)
000986 VH 60 min IJS 2000 CANADA: A PEOPLE’S HISTORY SERIES - The 1870s and 1880s are a time of trial for the young Dominion of Canada. The country’s first Prime Minister, John A. Macdonald, faces economic depression in the fastgrowing factories of the east and a new revolt in the West, led by his old nemesis, Louis Riel. The suppression of teh North-West Rebellion and the building of the Canadian Pacific Railway, opens the prairies to new waves of immigration; but Macdonald’s single-minded insistance that the French-speaking Catholic Riel must hang for treason threatens to tear apart the fragile bond between Quebec and English Canada. Closed-captioned. 0189 English 60 min

THE FROG (CC)
103469 VH 37 min S 1995 This video introduces the evolutionary place of frogs and then shows live frogs and their six body systems: external features; male and female urogenital systems; disgestive system; circulatory system; nervous system; and skeletal system. Coloured graphics are used to simplify the explanations of the urogenital systems. The dissection uses a freshly-killed frog and one preserved frog to increase clarity of body systems. Biology 11 & 12 0104 English 37 min

FROM COMMUNISM TO CAPITALISM
000576 VH 20 min S 1995 FROM HERE TO DEMOCRACY SERIES - This video looks specifically at the economy of the newly independent Ukraine. Part of the "From Here to Democracy Series". 0104 English 20 min

FROM FARM TO TABLE
014342 DV 25 min IJS 2007 From Farm to Table takes a look at modern agriculture - from the dawn of farming during the Neolithic Revolution through the rise of industrial agriculture in the Green Revolution - we look at the whole process of food production and distribution. Did you know that an average food item travels thirteen hundred miles and changes hands 6 times before it reaches you? 0599 English 25 min

FROM THE ENCOUNTERS SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: COLOR AND CONTRASTSHOUTING AND WHISPERING (CC) [PR0475] DETAILS AND DATA, TEXTURES AND TOUCHES (CC) [PR0474]

FROG GOES TO DINNER (CC)
PR0512 VH 12 min P 1985 This video is an action adventure, based on Mercer Mayer’s book. A frog is hidden in his owner’s pocket while dining out at an elegant restaurant. The adventure begins when the frog escapes and finds himself in certain situations, ie. a lobster pond, a salad, in soup and in the souffle. 0504 English 12 min Primary

FROM THE GREAT DESERTS OF THE WORLD SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: ARCTIC: THE GREAT WHITE DESERT [106671]

FROM THE HEART
107228 VH 25 min S 1994 TRADITIONS SERIES - Traces the Kwaguilth family of Charlie James (Charles Jameison), Mungo Martin, Helen Neel, and David Neel Jr. who innovated and extended the artistic traditions of carving. It is especially valuable for the central place that Helen Neel occupies. By building the

FROM HERE TO DEMOCRACY
For descriptions see individual titles: A CHANCE TO DANCE [000577] FROM COMMUNISM TO CAPITALISM [000576] FROM MARX TO MCDONALDS [000574] THE PARTY’S OVER [000575] A SHATTERED UNION [000569]

FROG ON HIS OWN (CC)
PLA022 VH 14 min P 1990 This video is a dramatization of the book by Mercer Mayer, in which a frog escapes from his young friend and

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longhouse in Totem Park, Victoria, Mungo Martin contributed to the understanding of non-First Nations peoples. First Nations Studies 12 0104 English 25 min

FROSTY THE SNOWMAN
013165 VH 30 min P 1999 Frosty the Snowman is a charming story about the Christmas season and brings back the popular song about the melting snowman and the corncob pipe and lumps of coal for eyes. 0714 English 30 min

LE GAIN MECANIQUE IT LE FROTTEMENT (MECHANICAL)
L00193 VH 5 min IJ 1980 En divisant la force produite par la force fournie, on obtient le gain mecanique donne par une machine, ` ` gain toujours reduit par la force de ` frottement. Ce programme est aussi disponible en anglais. Veuillez consulter Mechanical Advantage and Friction, PEMC No. PH0237. Serie ` EUREKA! 0953 French 5 min Languages

FROM THE HERE’S HOW SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: ICE CREAM AND POPSICLES (HERE’S HOW) CC [PSC031] PEANUTS (HERE’S HOW) CC [PSC028] ROAD AND BRIDGES (HERE’S HOW) CC [PSC034]

FROZEN CAUTION:LAND CLAIMS AND ABORIGINAL RIGHTS
107210 VH 14 min TJS 1988 Establishes a frame of reference to a study in the issue of native land claims and aboriginal rights in Canada. Includes a case study of the TemeAugama Anishnabai natives. 0815 English 14 min

FROM THE ORIGINALS: PORTRAITS IN THE FIRST PERSON SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: ROBERTA BONDAR [106681]

GALACTIC ENCYCLOPEDIA series
For descriptions see individual titles: HISTORY OF ASTRONOMY [000105]

FROM THE WEATHER WISE SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: THE WATER CYCLE (CC) [PSC012]

THE FRUIT BASKET / THE TRUTH ABOUT CHOLESTEROL
000175 VH 54 min JS 1992 THE LIGHT GOURMET series - This tape contains "The Fruit Basket" which discusses low fat desserts and the role of vitamins A and C in fighting disease, as well as "The Truth about Cholesterol", which talks about good and bad cholesterol and how to reduce saturated fat. 0104 English 54 min

GALILEE: SUR LES EPAULES DES GEANTS
001820 VH 52 min IJS 2001 SERIE LES GRANDS INVENTEURS A l’aube du dix-septieme siecle, l’astronome Galilee defend la science contre la doctrine theologique et montre que terre n’est pas le centre de l’univers. 0252 French 52 min

FROM THE WESTERN TRADITIONS SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: THE RENAISSANCE AND THE AGE OF DISCOVERY [106885]

FROM THE WORLD OF NATURE 2 SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: INSECT DISGUISES [102917] KOMODO DRAGON: THE LARGEST LIZARD [102914] NATURE’S FORESTERS [102912] RACCOONS: WILD IN THE CITY [102915] SPREADING THE POLLEN [102921] THE SUCCESS OF THE SEA GULL [102913]

FUNNY LITTLE BUNNIES
101831 VH 7 min P 1983 Disney takes us inside a candy factory and creates a ballet out of bunny artists and egg-laying hens. 0574 English 7 min

GAMES CHILDREN PLAY THROUGH MOVEMENT EDUCATION
000251 VH 20 min KP 1997 This video is designed to illustrate the intricacies of games with K-3 children. A major focus is on the understanding of the fundamental concepts surrounding movement education and active living and their application in relation to each specific game or game area. This video will help teachers of K-3 provide safer,more developmentally appropriate movement experiences for the primary grade child. 0157 English 20 min

THE FUR TRADERS
107424 VH 11 min IS 1985 Story of the Courier de Bois who roamed the wilderness of the Great Lakes and Canadian West. 0066 English 11 min

FRONTIER FISHERMAN
107052 VH 13 min IS 1989 Asao Hamamatsu has fished Japan’s northern frontier waters for Alaskan pollack each winter for the past 35 years. In this video you will see, first hand, what it is like to fish the disputed waters of the Rausu Channel as he risks arrest by the Soviets, and the work required to unload the catch once they return home. 0749 English 13 min

FUSION: WORK IN PROGRESS CC)
102482 VH 16 min I 1989 This video explores the differences between nuclear fission and fusion. Animation helps to explain the natural fusion process. 0585 English 16 min

GARBAGE TALE : AN ENVIRONMENTAL ADVENTURE
PSC021 VH 18 min P 1990 In an entertaining format, this video features a variety of environmental topics: pollution, landfills, waste of natural resources, recycling, etc. While asleep, young Ernie dreams that the "Transman" transports him to a landfill, a community incinerator and a recycling depot. This enlightning trip streses the concepts of reduce, reuse and recycle. 0615 English 18 min Primary Science

FRONTLINE: IS WALMART GOOD FOR AMERICA?
013330 DV 60 min JS 2004 Frontline offers two starkly contrasting images: one of empty storefronts in Circleview, Ohio; the other, a sea of high rises in the south China boomtown of Shenzhen. The connection between American job losses and soaring Chinese exports? Walmart. For Walmart, China has become the cheapest, most reliable production platform in the world, the source of up to $25 billion in annual imports. 0599 English 60 min

THE FUTURE OF THE PAST
104861 VH 60 min I 1992 New techniques for preserving art and the past. The world’s most innovative artists and scientists are joining forces to research ways of restoring and preserving our artistic heritage. Generations to come will value their painstaking efforts. Travel to museums that hold some of the world’s greatest art, and cathedrals and cities in the United States and Europe, to watch art and science combine masterfully. 0470 English 60 min

GARGANTUA ET/OU PANTAGRUEL
106034 VH 28 min JS 1993 Livroclips" series. Francois Rabelais. ` ¸ Theme: Le gigantisme. 0665 ` French 28 min

87 GAUGUIN,PAUL:THE SAVAGE DREAM
104898 VH 45 min JS 1989 This program explores the artist’s obsessive search for a "savage" alternative to his own culture, which lead him to one of the most remote islands in the world, 4,000 miles off the coast of Peru. 0983 English 45 min what is called the DNA. This is a large polymer formed from subunits of four kinds (A,G,C, and T). Scientists are working to unlock the mysteries of DNA in order to better understand how organisms get their structure. 0414 English 20 min

AFRICA: THE PEOPLE
001764 VH 15 min IJ 2004 Explore the many personalities that make up the most diverse continent on Earth.Come face to face with a variety of African people, from the nomadic Islams of the north to the city dwellers of the south. Each thriving town and remote village provide clues about Africa’s history, culture and traditions. 0269 English 15 min

GENGHIS KHAN
013366 DV 50 min JS 2005 Genghis Khan controlled territories measured not in thousands but in millions of square miles;the lands he subjugated stretched from the outermost reaches of eastern Asia to the heart of Europe.Conquest, not riches or settlement, was his one and only calling. Nearly 700 years after Genghis Khan’s death, his battle plans were still being copied by World War II generals. 0373 English 50 min

GEANT EGOISTE
105610 VH 27 min PJ 1990 D’apres la legende d’Oscar Wilde. Une ` ` histoire d’amour et de partage qui demontre comment un geant ego¨ste ` ` ` ı pent devenir bon en parmettant a des ` enfants de jouer son jardin. 0506 French 27 min

GEOGRAPHY SKILLS SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: CONTOURS [106277] DIRECTIONS [106276] LATITUDE [106273] LONGITUDE [106274] MAP GRIDS [106272] MAP SYMBOLS [106271]

GENE TECHNOLOGY: A HISTORY OF RESEARCH TO MODERN TECHNIQUES
000734 VH 21 min S 1999 This video explores the history of our understanding of genetics- from the observations of Mendel to the discovery of DNA by Watson and Crick. It outlines the function of DNA, chromosomes, genes and protein replication, and details how research into genetics has led to the development of gene technology. We examine how bacteria are engineeered to mass-produce substances like insulin, look into cloning and explore the importance of the human genome project. 0267 English 21 min

THE GEOGRAPHY TUTOR
Social Studies For descriptions see individual titles: MAP SKILLS [000006]

GENOCIDE
013345 DV 23 min JS 2004 GLOBAL ISSUES FOR STUDENTS SERIES - Genocide, the systematic destruction of a group of people, associated most readily with the Holocaust, tragically remains a major global issue today. Despite the lessons learned from planned exterminations such as the Armenian Massacre, the international response was limited in subsequent genocides in countries like Cambodia and Rwanda. Shows students how the world community attempts to monitor global conditions and prevent future atrocities. 0373 English 23 min

THE GEOGRAPHY TUTOR: WHAT IS GEOGRAPHY, VOL 7
000257 VH 13 min PI 1995 This volume answers questions that students ask concerning "Geographic Definitions." Examples are: What does Geography mean? What are the differences between types of maps? What is Geology? What is a thematic Map? What is Physical Geography? What is Human Geography? 0599 English 13 min

GENE TECHNOLOGY IN AGRICULTURE
000733 VH 22 min S 1999 Specific technologies designed to improve potatoes and tomatoes are explored and the issue of genetically modified food safety, environmental risk and labelling are debated. We look at how scientists have improved sheep wool through gene technology. Biology 11 and 12. 0267 English 22 min

GEOMETRY
102143 VH 29 min KJ 1989 ACTIVITY BASED MATHEMATICS SERIES - Children begin to understand the ideas of geometry by classifying shapes. They explore properties of three-dimensional figures in the form of wooden blocks and of two-dimensional figures made up of drinking straws and paper clips. The geoboard is used to illustrate slides, flips and turns in transformational geometry, and students apply those concepts in determining points and lines of symmetry of various objects. Mathematics K-7 0104 English 29 min

GEOCYCLES
200266 DV 19 min JS 2006 This episode has five chapters: ’Cycles and Spheres’, ’The Hydrologic Cycle’, ’The Rock Cycle’,’Surface Processes’, and ’Sculpting our Planet’. Individual segments could be viewed to introduce or develop geological concepts. 0414 English 19 min

GENETICALLY MODIFIED FOODS
013342 DV 24 min JS 2005 THE EYES OF NYE SERIES - Benefits and Risks - is genetic engineering safe? It may be too soon to tell, but that doesn’t stop Bill Nye from exploring the benefits and risks. Students will hear from traditional wheat breeders, from researchers who analyze organic and pesticide-free crops, and from corporations engaged in genetic engineering. 0373 English 24 min

GEOGRAPHY IN U.S. HISTORY
For descriptions see individual titles: THE ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT OF NATO (1945-1991) [000048]

THE GEOGRAPHY OF CANADA
200243 DV 23 min PI 2004 Students will understand how Canada’s geography has shaped its history, society and culture.Follow a group of Canadian students as they examine the regions of Canada to find out how land formations, climate, river systems and natural resources have affected the growth of this nation. Explore great industrial cities like Vancouver and the capital city of Ottawa as well as farming communities in the prairies and fishing villages. 0414 English 23 min

THE GEOMETRY OF LIFE
102919 VH 60 min JS 1992 INFINITE VOYAGE SERIES - This video is divided into six sections. Part one looks at a study of identical twins to better understand the influence of genetics on personality traits. Part two explores development and control within cells. Part three examines the relationship between the genetic code and evolution. Part four traces Huntington’s disease, an inherited neurological disorder that deteriorates the brain and nervous system. Part five deals with hemophilia, including how scientists are now treating this disorder

GENETICS: THE MOLECULAR BASIS OF HEREDITY
001778 VH 20 min JS 2003 The instructions specifying the characteristics of all organisms whether plant or animal,are carried in

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with a genetically engineered blood protein. Part six summarizes the video by looking into the Human Genome Project. Biology 11 & 12 0470 English 60 min

GERMS MAKE ME SICK (CC)
PR0379 VH 30 min P 1985 READING RAINBOW SERIES - This video stimulates interest, appreciation and curiosity in "germs". Instructional goals include observation, classification and scientific knowledge about bacteria, viruses, fertilizers and pesticides. 0264 English 30 min Primary

GEOMETRY (SURFACE AREA AND VOLUME): HIGH SCHOOL
001838 VH 11 min T 2001 THE LESSON COLLECTION: MATH STRATEGIES SERIES - Geometry Surface area and volume - Using grocery store items to help students learn how to find the surface area and volume of irregularly shaped objects. 0054 English 11 min

kiln that novices can build, using recycled bricks, in a matter of hours. Graham fires this kiln and shows the finished forms that complete the clay arts cycle. (Drawings and a materials list are provided to aid with the construction of the kiln.) 0931 English 60 min

GETTING TO KNOW ELECTRICITY
000711 VH 14 min P 1999 A student is doing his homework on electricity during a storm. He meets Ben Franklin, who comes alive out of his science book. The student asks Franklin if he would help him with his electricity homework. The two end up discussing the concepts concerning electricity. They also discuss various uses for electrical energy. In addition, they perform various experiments based on gaining more knowledge about electricity. 0929 English 14 min

GET STRONG 101
200252 DV 25 min PI 2005 Strength and conditioning are addressed in 12 components of this DVD. These components include:Upper Body, Core, Stretching, Agility, Speed, Lower Body,Quickness, Total Body, Bands, Balance, Fun and Games, and Sample Workouts. The Sample Workouts component includes both small and large space workouts designed to help teachers and students create their own routines. The routines can be printed out in a pdf format. This is applicable to gym, classroom, or outside spaces. 0414 English 25 min

GEORGE ORWELL
IGLA08 VH 30 min SS 1984 This video is an introduction to the life and times of George Orwell. It portrays the development of political philosophies in Europe during the 20th century. Also, it illustrates how the socio-economic environment influences a writer’s work. 0583 English 30 min

GHANA - DANCE TO THE DRUM
002091 VH 15 min IJS 2001 This program features Linda Quaye, a thirteen year old, who comes from a relatively well-off middle-class family in Accra, the capital city of Ghana. 0414 English 15 min

GETTING FOOD (2nd Edition) GEORGES SEURAT : POINT, COUNTERPOINT
104902 VH 74 min JS 1989 PORTRAIT OF AN ARTIST SERIES Defines the life and work of Georges Seurat, one of the most influential artists of the Post-Impressionist generation.Seurat’s revolutionary style, the application of paint in small dots, coupled with his masterful draftsmanship made this artist a force to be reckoned with. 0983 English 74 min 000182 VH 12 min KP 1994 ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR SERIES Introduces young viewers to the concept of grouping animals by what they eat - as herbivores, carnivores, scavengers, and omnivores. It also develops the concept of adaptation by showing some of the ways different species are built to catch, eat and digest their food. It points out that some mammals eat only one kind of food while others may switch foods, depending on the kinds that are available. 0104 English 12 min

THE GHOST HUNTERS (CC)
101569 VH 30 min IJJ 1975 LEGENDS OF THE WORLD SERIES The Ghost Hunters is an Inuit Legend about a hunter who contacts the spirits that are haunting him. He eventually leaves his village to live among the spirits. He breaks their laws by hunting the forbidden animals and is punished. When he returns to his original village, he finds it deserted. He then realizes he cannot live in the spirit world either, and uses a magic pelt to become a bird. 0983 English 30 min

GEORGIA O’KEEFFE
104901 VH 50 min JS 1989 PORTRAIT OF AN ARTIST SERIES Here, for the first time,O’Keeffe appeared on camera to talk candidly about her work and life. Her paintings figure prominently also, showing her wide range in style and how nature the mountains and deserts of New Mexico, especially - continue to inspire her. 0983 English 50 min

GETTING IT TOGETHER:THERAPY
200225 DV 29 min S 2006 This program highlights the historical and present-day treatment of psychological disorders. It also presents a variety of treatments and lets viewers come to their own conclusions about them. Information is based on leading textbooks in the field. Case studies tell the story of psychology from a human perspective. The resource would be best used after a general introduction to therapeutic approaches to psychological disorders. 0414 English 29 min

THE GIANT NILE
107109 VH 60 min IS 1992 Visit Cairo, the pyramids, King Tut’s Tomb and other well known Egyptian landmarks. Discover hieroglyphics and bas-reliefs depicting scenes of ancient Egyptian life. Celebrate the feast of Opet and the feast of the Virgin Mary. 0064 English 60 min

GERMS AND WHAT THEY DO (2ND ED.)
104252 VH 12 min KP 1993 Space explorer Zork becomes curious about why Earth people get sick. He learns that it is because of germs. Zork learns about contagious diseases and immunization shots, as well as about good health habits that help Earth people to prevent germs from infecting their bodies. From the OUR WONDERFUL BODY Series. . 0104 English 12 min

THE GIFT
000636 VH 48:54 min IJ 1998 Ever since it was first nurtured from a grass by the Maya, corn has held a sacred place in the lives if Indigenous peoples in the Americas. Before colonization, corn was widely used as a beverage, a food staple, an oil and a ceremonial object. It was respected and revered as a critical part of creation. The Gift explores the powerful bond and spiritual relationship that

GETTING STARTED WITH CLAY
104793 VH 60 min IS 1996 Graham Sheehan introduces beginning potters to low-tech approaches to clay arts that have been used by potters for thousands of years. After digging and preparing local clay, he demonstrates modeling and slab techniques for making simple hand-built forms. He then shows how to build a wood-fired

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continues to exist between people and corn. 0714 English 48:54 min

GILLES TIBO
105841 VH 21 min PI 1993 Serie: Une rencontre avec l’auteur. ` Gilles Tibo est un des createurs de ` livres pour jeune public les plus talentuex et les plus prolifiques au Canada. Ses dessins mysterieux et ` poetiques lui one value une renommee ` ` internationale. Il est surtout connu pour la creation du personnage nomme ` ` Simon, qui a enjoue le coeur des ` enfants comme des adultes. 0910 French 21 min

GIRAFFES CAN’T DANCE
200255 DV 10 min KP 2007 This is an engaging, tender and humorous story about celebrating difference and individuality. Gerald the Giraffe learns to be happy with his own uniqueness and express himself through dance. Based on a children’s story told in rhyme, this rendition uses expressive narration in combination with colourful, exciting animation to effectively convey emotion throughout the story. The resource can be used in many ways, such as: a supplement or introduction to a unit on self-esteem and kindness to others; a study in conveying emotion through illustration; a springboard to a dance unit; or a beginning-of-the-year inspirational tool. 0414 English 10 min

THE GIFT OF THE GRANDFATHERS
000291 VH 44 min IJS 1998 The Aboriginal peoples who travelled the Great Plains by horseback some three centuries ago were Canada’s first cowboys. Today, horsemanship remains a vibrant part of Western First Nations culture..it is one of the gifts of the grandfathers. This documentary charts the progress of two riders as they make their way to the all-important Indian National Finals Rodeo in Saskatchewan. 0714 English 44 min

GINETTE LAURIN
105187 VH 28 min JS 1987 THE DANCEMAKERS DANCE SERIES - In Full House (1987), Laurin reaches back into her childhood to recover images of the late 1950s and early 1960s that are both personal and universal. The filmmakers have restaged this work for television with the original music, stage sets and costumes. Full House is generously laced with subtle humour and the dance evokes the Hollywood technicolour movies of the period. Ginette Laurin was a gymnast who later studied ballet and modern dance, and in 1984 established her own company, O Vertigo Danse. [Discussion guide for videos 792 VR 801 through 792 VR 806.] 0324 English 28 min

GIFT OF THE MAGI BY O. HENRY
000548 VH 15 min IJS 1990 Recapturing the mood of a modest turn-of-the-century household, this video offers viewers a delightful dramatization of O.Henry’s classic short story about a husband and wife who are poor but who manage to give each other a very special Christmas gift. 0350 English 15 min

GITGA’ATA SPRING HARVEST
200248 DV 25 min I 2003 This 25 minute DVD examines a seasonal camp and follows a daily rhythm of food gathering and harvesting (cedar, seaweed, halibut, salmon, etc.). Elders share their wisdom and respect for the environment and highlight cultural values of the Gitga’ata peoples. 0414 English 25 min

GIFT OF THE SACRED DOG (CC)
101540 VH 30 min K 1980 READING RAINBOW SERIES - The feature book tells the Indian legend of how horses became significant to the American Plains Indians. Host LeVar Burton examines some Native American traditions taking place at a National Fair. Photographs of scenic places that have Indian names complement the Native Americans’ concept of calling themselves "The People". 0269 English 30 min

GITO L’INGRAT (CC)
106103 VH 90 min S 1992 Cette video decrit la prise de ` ` consicence d’un etudiant africaine ` ecartele entre la culture eurpeenne et ` ` ` la culture africaine. De retour au Burundi, Gito continue de penser et d’agir a la maniere parisienne. Ayant ` ` echoue dans ses rlves politiques et ` ` dechire entre deux amours (Christine, ` ` la Parisienne et Flora, son amour d’enfance), Gito finira par decouvrir son ` appartenance a son pays d’origine. ` Francais Langue 8-12 0104 French ¸ 90 min

GINGERBREAD BOY, THE
101616 VH 10 min P 1993 This accumulative tale is one of the oldest and most popular with youngsters. One episode builds on another through the cadenced repitition of the Gingerbread Boy’s boast, "Run! Run! Run! Catch me if you can." Until he meets the fate of every single Gingerbread Boy who ever came out of an oven. 0240 English 10 min

GIFT OF THE WHALES
103673 VH 30 min PIJS 1990 Spectacular, never before seen footage of whales, a small coastal Indian Village, and unspoiled natural scenery are the setting for this story seen through the eyes of Dan Hunter, a First Nation’s boy. 0641 English 30 min

LA GIRAFE ET LA CIRCULATION SANGUINE
000970 VH 24 min S 1999 Anima Series - La girafe est le plus grand des mammiferes terrestres. Nous verrons que pour irriguer son cerveau, elle doit maintenir une pression sanguine elevee. Nous decouvrons ensuite comment le systeme circulatoire des astronautes s’adapte a la l’apesanteur. Puis, un cardiologue nous montre une technique qui assure un deblocage presque permanent des arteres coronaires. 0390 French 24 min

GLACIERS: ICE ON THE MOVE
102581 VH 27 min JA 1994 Animation reveals the extent of Ice Age glaciers, and dramatic cinematography shows today’s glaciers - where they are located, how they form and move, how they alter the landscape, and how they affect the lives of people living near them. 0689 English 27 min

GILA MONSTERS MEET YOU AT THE AIRPORT (CC)
PR0449 VH 30 min P 1983 READING RAINBOW SERIES - The story about a boy’s fears of moving "out west". Host LeVar Burton helps children to understand that fears of something unknown can be lessened if you find out more about them. In turn, LeVar visits a biologist in Arizona to discover that the Gila (heela) Monster is really a foot long lizard. 0264 English 30 min Primary

GLANDS AND HORMONES (BODY ATLAS)
103913 VH 25 min JS 1994 I LOVE SCHOOL SERIES - Video uses modern technology to explore the body’s chemical communication networks; the endocrine glands, growth hormones, the pancreas, insulin, adrenalin and noradrenalin. Biology 11 & 12 0104 English 25 min

GIRAFFES
002037 VH 15 min P 2003 Observe these graceful long-necked creatures, learn their survival techniques, and discover the purpose of their distinctive markings through thrilling wildlife footage. 0414 English 15 min

90 GLANDS AND YOUR BODY
103864 VH 17 min IJ Using both live action and animation, this film offers a clear and detailed exploration of the many different glands which help control our body. 0983 English 17 min

THE GLOBAL ECONOMY
200245 DV 20 min JS 2006 This DVD investigates the operation of the global economy, in particular: the nature of the global economy and globalisation; trade and financial flows; free trade and protection; trading blocks and agreements - EU, NAFTA, APEC, ASEAN, CERTA; intwernational organizations - WTO, IMF, World Bank. 0414 English 20 min

Earth people themselves use to study their planet. 0574 English 10 min

GLOBES AND US
000707 VH 18 min P 1999 Defines maps and globes - longitude, why lines of latitude are called parallels, meridians, grids, the poles, the Great Circle routes, the Arctic and Antarctic Circles and the International Date Line. Students along with a narrator help explain the important concepts related to globes which help people understand the earth. 0929 English 18 min

GLOBAL CITIZENS
200242 DV 9 min IJS 2006 Canadians who have made a personal committment to fight poverty and help the lives of people around the world are featured in this 9 minute DVD produced by the Canadian International Development Agency. 0414 English 9 min

GLOBAL ISSUES FOR STUDENTS
For descriptions see individual titles: GENOCIDE [013345] GLOBAL ECONOMIC ISSUES [014336] GLOBAL ECONOMIC ISSUES [014337] HUMAN RIGHTS [013346]

LA GLOIRE DE LA BAIE DES ESPRITS
107264 VH 30 min IS 1987 (Serie LA BAIE DES ESPRITS) Tante ` Lily vend a un marchand d’oeuvres ` d’art un tableau. Comme elle a fait un bon profit, les enfants tentent eux-aussi de vendre des objets aux touristes, cependant ils sont decus car personne `¸ ne veut les acheter. C’est alors que le sorcier du village leur apprendra l’importance de l’effort et de la qualite. ` 0571 French 30 min

GLOBAL EATING: LEARNING FROM OTHER CULTURES
014341 DV 23 min JS 2003 Obesity is nearly a national epidemic. How do so many other countries have a great love for food but do not share our problems of obesity? By studying how other countries eat, we can gain some useful (and tasty) ideas to adapt to our own needs. 0599 English 23 min

GLOBAL TECTONICS:COMPETING THEORIES
200226 DV 22 min S 2006 Many theories start off with little support other than scientific observation, and as technology improves and more evidence becomes available, more or less credit is given to a theory. Continental drift, plate tectonics and the expanding earth are examples used in this program that outlines various types of theories that attempt to explain the movement of continents on Earth. Information is delivered in a straightforward manner using commentary, historical data, computer simulations and graphics. 0414 English 22 min

GO DO SOME GREAT THING
002116 DV 38 min JS 2005 This is a full screen DVD directed and produced by Anthony F. Brown, a third generation black Canadian. This film is set against the backdrop of the Alexander Family reunion, an early British Columbian black pioneer family who recount the origins and deep roots of the Blacks in BC and the hardships and achievements of these early settlers and entrepreneurs. It is a story of inspiration and courage, and presents a little known segment of British Columbia history. A study guide has been prepared by Mary Filleul of Britannia Secondary school for Social Studies 10. English 38 min

GLOBAL ECONOMIC ISSUES
014336 DV 23 min JS 2004 GLOBAL ISSUES FOR STUDENTS SERIES - There has always been a struggle to balance the goals of economic development with the need to protect the environment. With world population growing and global climate change threatening to affect us all, never has that balance been more important. Today, the developed world uses much of the world’s energy resources and contributes to the majority of global greenhouse gases. DVD features a Spanish language track, discussion questions & activities, chapter select and closed-captioned. 0868 English 23 min

GLOBAL WARMING
101072 VH 11 min SS 1992 W5 SERIES - This video documentary presents a televised interview with a scientist who argues for the benefits of increased carbon dioxide levels for the environment and who questions the conventional thinking of the greenhouse effect. Teachers will need to develop their own preand postviewing activities. Geology 11 & Earth Sciences 12 0104 English 11 min

GO GO GOALS! HOW TO GET THERE
101226 VH 25 min I 1993 This video features Grade 5 students who are working with their teacher on the four steps of goal setting. The scene alternates between the classroom and the student’s efforts in reaching their goals. Economic, personal and social goals are depicted. The four steps in achieving goals are clearly introduced and reinforced. 0104 English 25 min

GLOBAL ECONOMIC ISSUES
014337 DV 23 min JS 2004 GLOBAL ISSUES FOR STUDENTS SERIES - A major aspect of globalization is the increased interconnectedness of the world economy. Thanks to transportation and communication technologies, trillions of dollars worth of currencies, good and services flash across the world each day. Explores the early wave of globalization, explains the post-World War II trend toward increased government control of the economy and examines issues associated with the recent wave of economic globalization. 0868 English 23 min

GLOBES (2ND ED.)
106285 VH 10 min PI 1987 MAP SKILLS FOR BEGINNERS SERIES - If you were a space-travelling creature and the first planet you visited was Earth, you might want to show people back home what the planet looked like. You could make a small model that showed the big land areas and make them lumpy where there were mountains. You’d make the big lands one colour, and the big waters another, probably blue. And if you found out the names of the oceans and continents and the names and borders of the countries on the continents and put all that on your model, do you know what you’d have? A globe, the one

GOD AND MAMMON
YRY010 VH 29 min ORIGINS: A HISTORY OF CANADA SERIES - This summary of the years 1543 to 1583 looks at the effect of the Protestant Reformation on the colonization of the Americas by France, Spain, Portugal and England. Also considered are the Elizabethan quest for the Northwest Passage and the

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Basque whalers of Labrador. 0471 English 29 min First Nations (Socials)

A GOOD TREE
101438 VH 26 min I 1994 Charged by their father with the job of bringing home the Christmas tree, three children cut down one that is actually on the property of their Scrooge-like and cantankerous neighbour, Mr. Horner. They summon up the courage to apologize for what they have done and take him some of their own Christmas gifts. The visit is a rewarding one, for they discover that he is not the terrifying person they had imagined, but a lonely old seaman who holds them spellbound with thrilling stories. The true spirit of Christmas giving and sharing has been realized, and a new communication has begun. 0574 English 26 min

THE GODDESS SAKHMET (C. 500 B.C.)
106729 RE IS Sakhmet was a ferocious goddess. She always appears as a lady with the head of a maned lion and a sun disk upon her head. The Egyptian physicians were called the priests of Sakhmet. This may be due to the fact that medicine was first cultivated in Memphis where Sakhmet was worshipped as the wife of the god Ptah. The original of this cast is of bronze. 0005 English

opens with short clips of students describing incidents of gossiping, taunting and bullying. The counselor, goes into the students’classroom and asks for a definition of harassment, and agrees with students that its goal is to make someone feel bad. Adding to the definition, students comment that harassment is when you are picked on over and over again because of the way you look or dress or who you are. 0920 English 24 min

GOVERNMENT IN CANADA
100642 VH 22 min I 1992 Examines the history and process of Canadian government. Student roleplays explore why we need rules, how groups make decisions and the reasons for Confederation. Documentary footage and interviews cover history, parliamentary procedure and the three levels of government. 0267 English 22 min

GOING FOR A JOB INTERVIEW
001713 VH 18 min JS 2002 Success at a job interview requires a lot of preparation. This video covers key areas such as: preparation and research; site visitation; planning for the interview; dealing with a panel; making a good first impression; controlling nerves; answering and asking questions; and following up after the interview. 0585 English 18 min

GOODBODIES SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: YUM (FOOD AND NUTRITION) [000890]

A GOOFY LOOK AT VALENTINE’S DAY
101362 VH 10 min KS 1990 Cupid’s helpers explain to Goofy the significance of the day and how people have expressed their love on Valentine’s day through the years. 0574 English 10 min

GOVERNMENT IN CANADA
100643 VH 24 min JS 1992 Provides an overview on the principles, history and structure of Canadian government. Topics covered are ideology, history, the Constitution, levels of government, parliamentary process and reform, elections and ways in which citizens can influence their governments. 0267 English 24 min

GOLD TRAILS & GHOST TOWNS SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: BEST OF THE KOOTENAYS [107493]

GOOFY’S FIELD TRIP SERIES
101289 VH 15 min P 1989 Part 1) Planes: Tour an airport where they investigate both passenger and cargo transportation. Part 2) Ships: Tour a ship, watch freighters, meet the harbour master and berthing officer and learn nautical terms. Part 3) Trains: Tour a train yard, meet various workers and learn the functionf of the different types of freight cars. Also tour a passenger train and take a real train trip. 0645 English 15 min

GOLDEN MOUNTAIN : CHINESE IN CANADA
100488 VH 90 min IJS 1987 Documents the experience of Chinese immigrants to Canada. 0192 English 90 min

GOYA
104909 VH 54 min JA 1986 MUSEUM WITHOUT WALLS SERIES 0535 English 54 min

GOLDILOCKS AND THE THREE BEARS (CC)
101530 VH 8 min KIS 1993 This animated video from the book retold by James Marshall presents the classic children’s story with humour. It offers a different version of the traditional tale, suitable for many extension activities. 0104 English 8 min

INSTRUCTIONAL INTELLIGENCE: GRADE 1/2
013189 VH 60 min TA 2004 INSTRUCTIONAL INTELLIGENCE DEMONSTRATION LESSONS SERIES - Grade: 1/2 Subject: Language Arts (Class B). The purpose of the lesson: Academic: Painting with words, Literacy. Elements of Instructional Intelligence to look for: 1) Primary Strategy: Picture Word Induction Model, Cooperative Learning, Tactics,Class Management responding to off topic questions. 0075 English 60 min

GORILLAS : TENDER GIANTS
000466 VH 50 min IJS 1996 Far from the ferocious, chest-thumping devils of jungle legend, the gorillas of Africa’s Congo Basin are actually among the most gentle, intelligent and family-oriented animals on earth. But their habits have been a mystery to humans, shrouded from science by their densely grown habitats-until now. Take a unique journey into the heart of Africa, and meet these misunderstood vegetarians up close- working, playing, mating, and caring for their families in ways remarkably similar to man. 0338 English 50 min

THE GOOD, BRIGHT DAYS (1919-1927)
000079 VH 29 min JS 1960 Begins with the Armistice of 1918 and ends at the height of the great economic boom of the late twenties. In between, the video shows the manners, morals and customs of the period, and evidence of Canada’s growing nationalism. A 1960 production. Black and white. 0714 English 29 min

INSTRUCTIONAL INTELLIGENCE : GRADE 1
013188 VH 60 min TA 2004 The purpose of the lesson: Academic: Main ideas in a story; Social: Cooperative Learning. Elements of Intstructional Intelligence to look for: Primary Strategy: Concept Attainment, Instructional Organizers - Helping students clarify ideas, Tactics and Organizers: Ranking Ladders, Think Pair Share. 0075 English 60 min

GOSSIPING,TAUNTING,BULLYING: IT’S ALL HARASSMENT
013093 VH 24 min IJ 2002 The video is divided into three parts, each covering a different kind of harassment. Part 1: Gossiping, Part 2: Taunting, Part 3: Bullying. The video

GOOD CONVERSATION
For descriptions see individual titles: A TALK WITH AVI (UPDATE) [013358]

92 GRADE 11: SUBJECT: LAW (UNIVERSITY/COLLEGE)
013199 VH 60 min TA 2004 INSTRUCTIONAL INTELLIGENCE DEMONSTRATION LESSONS SERIES - Grade 11: Law (University/ College). The purposes of the lesson: Academic: Preparation for debating and essay writing; Social: Exploring both sides of an issue, Disagreeing agreeably. 0075 English 60 min

GRADE 9: ENGLISH (ACADEMIC)
013198 VH 60 min TA 2004 INSTRUCTIONAL INTELLIGENCE DEMONSTRATION LESSONS SERIES - Grade 9 : Subject: English (Academic). The purposes of the lesson: Academic: Techniques in Advertising, Social: Cooperative Learning, Equal Participation. 0075 English 60 min

THE GRAPES OF WRATH
105576 VH 129 min JA 1940 Adapted from John Steinbeck’s novel about a simple but courageous farmer who sets out with his family from the dust bowl of the Depression in hopes of finding a better life in California. 0526 English 129 min

LES GRAS TRANS
002155 DV 10:45 min JS 2005 Documentaire. Les gens qui souffrent de maladies cardio-vasculaire sont de plus en plus jeunes. La science a prouve que la faute en revient en partie a un type de gras, qu’on appelle les gras trans ou huiles hydrogenees. 0414 French 10:45 min

GRADE 4/5 : ART
013193 VH 60 min TA 2004 INSTRUCTIONAL INTELLIGENCE DEMONSTRATION LESSONS SERIES - In this demonstration lesson of Instructional Intelligence the subject is Art and the Grade is 4/5. 0075 English 60 min

GRAINS OF THE EARTH / MARVELOUS MILK
000173 VH 45 min JS 1992 THE LIGHT GOURMET series - 1."The Grains of the Earth" discusses complex carbohydrates and eating more bread, pasta and grains. 2. "Marvelous Milk" discusses calcium and tips for cooking with milk products - milk, cheese, yogurt, and buttermilk. 0104 English 45 min

THE GREAT BALANCING ACT / HEALTH FROM THE SEA
000174 VH 54 min JS 1992 THE LIGHT GOURMET series - "The Great Balancing Act" discusses healthy eating and the link between diet and disease, and "Health from the Sea" discusses fish and seafood, as well as Omega-3 fatty acids and heart disease. 0104 English 54 min

GRADE 4 : SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
013192 VH 60 min TA 2004 INSTRUCTIONAL INTELLIGENCE DEMONSTRATION LESSONS SERIES - Grade 4 : Science and Technology The purposes of the lesson: Academic: Introduce the Sound Unit, Diagnosis - what students already know, Social: Disagreeing Agreeably. 0075 English 60 min

LE GRAND DEFILE (CC)
106089 VH 26 min 1992 (Serie LES INTREPIDES) Dans cet ` episode, une maison de couture a ete ` ` ` choisie pour participer a un concours. ` A la veille du defile officiel, l’oeuvre ` ` soumise disparaˆt. Heureusement, les ı "intrepides" reussissent a retrouver le ` ` vltement. Francais Langue Premiere ¸ ` K-7 0104 French 26 min

GREAT CASTLES OF EUROPE : FRANCE AND SPAIN
104759 VH 75 min IS 1994 Return to a time when a man’s castle was his home–and explore the inner workings of the world’s most magnificent structures. Some were built as fortifications; others as private retreats. Travel to the opulent Chambord, experience the charm of Chenonceau, journey through centuries of ceremony and intrigue at Alcazar, home to King Ferdinand and Queen Isabel. Discover each castle’s romantic–or tragic–past and hear local legends of the remarkable people who lived there. 0338 English 75 min

GRADE 4 : SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
013195 VH T 2004 INSTRUCTIONAL INTELLIGENCE DEMONSTRATION LESSONS SERIES - The purposes of the lesson: Academic: To review concepts of sounds, light, colour. Social: Cooperative learning and Equal participation. 0075 English

LE GRAND LESSIVE (CC)
106090 VH 26 min 1992 (Serie LES INTREPIDES) Dans cet ` episode, des voyous ranconnent les ` ¸ jeunes de la Cite des Alizes en ` ` particulier, Faouzi et ses amis. Julie et Tom viennent en aide a Faouzi et les ` amis de ce dernier reussissnet a ` demasquer le chef de cette bande de ` voyous et le font arrlter. Francais ¸ Langue Premiere K-7 0104 French ` 26 min

GRADE 7 : MATHEMATICS
013186 VH 60 min TA 2004 INSTRUCTIONAL INTELLIGENCE DEMONSTRATION LESSONS SERIES - Grade 7 : SubjectMathematics. The purposes of the lesson: Academic: Understanding concepts in subtraction of fractions. Social: Cooperative learning. 0075 English 60 min

GRAND MEAUINES, LE
106032 VH 28 min JS Livrofolie" serie. 0665 ` min French 1993 28

GREAT CASTLES OF EUROPE : GERMANY AND ROMANIA
104760 VH 75 min IS 1994 Cruise the 50 mile stretch of the Rhine, where some 30 castles and ruins tower above the river’s edge. Dance through Mad King Ludwig’s "folly" at Neuschwanstein. Shiver in the gothic halls of Bran Castle and the ruins where the original Dracula lived. Discover each castle’s romantic–or tragic–past and hear local legends of the remarkable people who lived there. 0338 English 75 min

THE GRAND MUSEUM SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: A TOUR OF THE LOUVRE [104703]

LES GRANDS INVENTEURS
For descriptions see individual titles: EINSTEIN: LA LUMIERE A LA PUISSANCE 2 [001822] GALILEE: SUR LES EPAULES DES GEANTS [001820] ISAAC NEWTON : IL ETAIT UNE FOIS 2 ISAAC [001821] LEONARD DE VINCI: VOLER COMME UN OISEAU [001818] MARIE CURIE: RIEN N’EST PAS AUSSI SIMPLE QU’IL N’Y PARAIT [001819] THOMAS EDISON : LE MAGICIEN DE LA LUMIERE [001817]

GRADE 8: LANGUAGE ARTS
013187 VH 60 min TA 2004 INSTRUCTIONAL INTELLIGENCE DEMONSTRATION LESSONS SERIES - Grade 8 : Language Arts. The purpose of the lesson: Academicadjectives/nouns; adverbs/ verbs. Social: Taking responsibility for learning. 0075 English 60 min

THE GREAT COVER-UP: ANIMAL CAMOUFLAGE
103257 VH 15 min I 1988 Introduces the most important kinds of camouflage and shows some of the ways that animals look like objects in their environment. 0689 English 15 min

93 A GREAT CRY AT DAWN
IGLA22 VH 28 min JS 1991 This video traces the history of the English language and dramatizes the opening of the epic poem Beowulf. It is filmed against a backdrop of modern London, Canterbury and the English countryside. 0937 English 28 min

THE GREAT ENTERPRISE, 1850 TO 1887 (EPISODE 8A)
000984 VH 60 min IJS 2000 CANADA: A PEOPLE’S HISTORY SERIES - In a few short years, a handful of small and separate colonies are transformed into a new nation, that controls half of the North American continent. The remarkable story of Confederation, its supporters and its bitter foes, is told against a backdrop of Civil War in the United States and Britain’s growing determination to be rid of its expensive, ungrateful colonies. The dawn of the era of photography provides a vivid portrait of the diverse people who make up the new Dominion of Canada; the railway magnats, the unwed mothers of Montreal, the nuns who provide refuge for the destitute, the prosperous merchants of Halifax, the brave fugitives of the Underground Railroad, and the tide of Irish immigrants who flood into the cities. Closed-captioned. 0189 English 60 min

THE GREAT PYRAMIDS
002007 VH 28:16 min IJ 2002 HISTORY’S ANCIENT LEGACIES SERIES - The burial sites of the mighty Pharaohs of Egypt are still one of the most awe-inspiring sights in the world today. The video gives us a look at the Egyptian culture, which rose up around the Nile. 0414 English 28:16 min

GREAT DAYS IN THE ROCKIES
104997 VH 11 min JS 1983 Great Days in the Rockies is a video about an early Rocky Mountain photographer, Byron Harmon. Renowned for both his ingenuity and his technique, Harmon made a good living taking and selling his photographs, which depict the characters and events of early Banff. At present, 6,500 negatives of his work are held at the Peter Whyte Archives in Banff. 0714 English 11 min

GREAT RELIGIONS
001019 VH 54:45 min JS 2000 Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam are featured inthis video. Each religion is approx. 16 minutes long. Give an historical perspective on each religion. 0714 English 54:45 min

THE GREAT TRANSFORMATION (1896 TO 1915): EPISODE 11A
001800 VH 60 min IJS 2001 CANADA: A PEOPLE’S HISTORY SERIES - Massive waves of immigration, a headlong economic boom and the growth of prairie agriculture and urban industry transform Canada in the years between 1896 and 1915. The episode focuses on the people who shaped a new Canadian society: the Ukrainian peasants who found shelter from the merciless Saskatchewan winter in sod huts. Elected Canada’s new prime minister in 1896, Wilfrid Laurier faced a political challenge in resolving the Manitoba Schools Question. With the eclipse of the francophone majority in Manitoba, the English Protestants abolished the use of French and the funding for Catholic schools. 0189 English 60 min

THE GREAT DEPRESSION
107505 VH 25 min JS 1996 The Great Depression reached its strangle hold from one end of Canada to the other. This video recalls this historic period through a blend of interviews and historic footage. It was a period of labour unrest and violence, massive unemployment, droughts and dirt storms in the Prairies, labour camps, soup kitchens and ineffective politicians. Ten years later, when Canada slowly emerged from these lost years, an entirely different nation had been moulded. As the video is made up of still photographs, with narration in the background, in order to maintain the students’ attention, it may be advisable to use it in small segments of a few minutes at a time. 0065 English 25 min

GREAT EXPECTATIONS AND CHARLES DICKENS
E00849 VH 79 min 0471 English 79 min English/Language Arts JS

THE GREAT GILLY HOPKINS
105618 VH 45 min KPIJSCATI 1990 Eleven-year-old Gilly Hopkins’ behavior in her new foster home is as bad as ever, but this unusual family helps her come to terms with her life. Based on the book by Katherine Paterson. 0058 English 45 min

THE GREAT MARCH, PART 1
002190 VH 47 min JS 2004 NORTHWEST MOUNTED POLICE SERIES - This is the first program of a two-part set that covers the formation, action and hardships of the Northwest Mounted Police during the 1870s in Canada. A variety of presentation formats are used, including interviews, re-enactments and historical photographs and maps. Portrayals of native peoples are sensitive and accurate. 0390 English 47 min

THE GREAT TRANSFORMATION (1896 TO 1915): EPISODE 11B
001801 VH 60 min IJS 2001 CANADA: A PEOPLE’S HISTORY SERIES - At the dawn of the 20th century, excessive alcohol consumption by men was having an effect on women and children. A young Manitoban woman, Nellie Mooney, soon to be McClung, took on the challenge of educating the public about the evils of alcohol. The dizzying pace of change also brought ethnic intolerance and racism, particularly against Asian immigrants. At the same time growing tnesions over Canada’s role in the British Empire help put an end to Sir Wilfrid Laurier’s governemtns in 1911. When World War I breaks out, the initial burst of enthusiasm in English Canada and resistance in French Canada foreshadow further domestic conflict as wartime pressures grow. 0189 English 60 min

THE GREAT ENTERPRISE, 1850 TO 1867 (EPISODE 8B)
000985 VH 60 min IJS 2000 CANADA: A PEOPLE’S HISTORY SERIES - In a few short years, a handful of small and separate colonies are transformed into a new nation that controls half of the North American continent. The remarkable story of Confederation, its supporters and bitter foes, is told against the backdrop of Civil War in the United States and Britain’s growing determination to be rid of its expensive and ungrateful colonies. The dawn of the era of photography provides a vivid portrait of the diverse people who make up the new Dominion of Canada; the railway magnates, the unwed mothers of Montreal, the nuns who provide refuge for the destitute, the prosperous merchants of Halifax, the brave fugitives of the Underground Railroad, and the tide of Irish immigrants who flood into the cities. Closed-captioned. 0189 English 60 min

THE GREAT MARCH, PART TWO
002191 VH 47 min JS 2004 NORTHWEST MOUNTED POLICE SERIES - 1874...the North-West Mounted Police are Canada’s only hope to tame the wild frontier at the heart of its dream of nationhood. Their toughest opponents were not just American outlaws and whiskey traders...but the resistance of the land itself. Baed upon original diaries, journals and illustrations recorded by members of the expeditionary force of 1874. 0390 English 47 min

THE GREAT WHALES
103655 VH 60 min IS 1978 Once feared and hunted almost to extinction, the whale now commands worldwide attention. Join scientists and

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conservationists as they study and document the anatomy, communication, and migratory patterns of a variety of whale species, including killer, pilot and humpback whales. 0689 English 60 min

THE GREEK TEMPLE
104741 VH 54 min JA 1969 MUSEUM WITHOUT WALLS SERIES - From the Greek power centre, Olympia, to the largest and most lavish temple on the mainland, the Parthenon, the program spans the golden age of the Greek empire to reveal the dwelling places of the mythical gods themselves. 0535 English 54 min

GROUPING LIVING THINGS
103159 VH 18 min JS 1985 To learn about and communicate our knowledge of the multitude of living things, we must classify them. Revived and animated, Carolus Linnaeus guides us through the history and hierarchy of classification. Teacher’s guide incl. 0350 English 18 min

THE GREEDY FROG (CC)
PLA025 VH 9 min P 1989 In this Australian aboriginal folktale a frog drinks up all the water in a billabong. The other animals devise various ways by which the frog will give back their life-sustaining water. Closed Captioned for the Hearing Impaired. 0615 English 9 min Primary Language Arts

GROWING PAINS THE GREEN QUIZ
100854 VH 46 min IA A Nature of Things program, hosted by David Suzuki with guest experts, which tests the viewer’s knowledge of the environment, touching on issues from global to compost boxes and toxic chemicals in the home. 0192 English 46 min YRY018 VH 29 min S ORIGINS: A HISTORY OF CANADA SERIES - An examination of the effects of massive emigration from Britain to the New World at the time of the Industrial Revolution. Also, the Family Compact of Upper Canada, and the rebellions of 1838-39 that led to the Durham Report on the Affairs of British North America. 0471 English 29 min First Nations (Socials)

GREEK AND ROMAN LEGENDS
100206 VH 35 min IS 1989 Introduces the principal Greek and Roman legends, which combine victory with difficulty and loss, and those of Rome, which place nationalism, heroism, and virtue above any personal ties. 0380 English 35 min

GREENHOUSE EFFECT:CLIMATE CHANGE AND GLOBAL WARMING
200250 DV 25 min JS 2006 The greenhouse effect is described fully and clearly, and many examples are provided. Content is logically divided into several sections, each clearly indicated. Definitions are given in graphic format, making note taking easier. Graphs are used to good effect. The program provides good support for the new Science 10 curriculum and could be used as the main source of information on this topic. It could also b eused to stimulate discussion and present ideas on solving this urgent problem. 0414 English 25 min

GROWING UP IN MODERN JAPAN
001696 VH 24 min I 2003 Eri lives in Nagoya, one of the largest cities in Japan. When she grows up, she wants to write comic books. Kaosu and Raki live in the small farming village of Obara. Raki wants to work overseas, Kaosu wants to be a vet. Through a contrast of city and country living, the video examines different aspects of Japanese culture including food, festivals, technology, sport, art and music. 0414 English 24 min

GREEK ARCHITECTURE IN THE VICINITY OF THE ACROPOL
104740 SL 1991 Representative examples of architecture from 450 B.C. to 40 B.C. 18 slides 0046 English

THE GREEK MYTHS: PART I
E00803 VH 27 min S 1971 This video introduces the student to Greek mythology, its origin and its purposes in the context of the development of human civilization. Several of the more important myths are dramatized. The use of classical and Rennaissance sculpture, animation and live action serves to create an effective portrayal of early myth and society. 0471 English 27 min English/Language Arts

GROWING UP SERIES
103875 VH I 1989 1. Head full of questions (20 min) : Answers questions about relationships and reproduction. 2. Changes (19 min) : Explores the physical and emotional changes that occur during puberty. 3. Especially You (17 min) : Focuses on the importance of liking oneself, of making decisions, and of respecting differences in others. NOT TO BE USED BELOW GRADE 6 LEVEL. 0714 English

GREGORY THE TERRIBLE EATER (CC)
PR0450 VH 30 min P 1986 READING RAINBOW SERIES Children can infer from the book, Gregory the Terrible Eater, the importance of choosing nutritious foods. The main character, a goat named Gregory, has an abnormal penchant for "revolting foods". His parents must educate him to appreciate cans, cardboard and wide-striped ties. Viewers are taken on a tour of an animal kitchen at the San Diego Zoo where the diets of various animals are discussed. 0264 English 30 min Primary

THE GREEK MYTHS: PART II
E00804 VH 25 min S 1971 This video defines several purposes of myth, not only within ancient Greek culture but also in the context of human civilization. The program integrates sculpture, painting, animation and live acting to create some compelling dramatic moments. Some of the best known myths, alluded to so frequently in literature and art, are presented, for example: Narcissus, Typhoeus, Hyperion and Phaethon, and Prometheus. 0983 English 25 min English/Language Arts

GROWTH
000810 VH 19 min IJ 1994 This program examines growth rates, hormones and population growth. Part of the Scientific Eye VI series. 0585 English 19 min

THE GRINCH GRINCHES THE CAT IN THE HAT
101827 VH 25 min PI 1987 As in all Dr. Seuss stories, this one too has a moral, and it is played to the hilt: everyone has a heart, a soft spot-even a Grinch. 0119 English 25 min

GULLIVER’S TRAVELS
105991 VH 60 min PI 1989 Jonathan Swift’s novel about a shipwrecked Englishman washed ashore in a strange and distant land who finds himself a giant among the tiny citizens of Lilliput. Animated. 0439 English 60 min

95 GVRD: ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES (PART 1)
102927 VH 90 min IJ 1995 1) Water, Our Most Precious Resource (27:00 min), 2) Public Service Announcement "Water" (30 sec.), 3) Seymour Demonstration Forest Nature’s Classroom (26:45 min), 4) Burnaby Incinerator, Waste to Energy (10:05 min), 5) Cache Creek Landfill State of the Art Solid Waste Management (10:43 min), 6) Public Service Announcement "Composting" (30 sec), 7) Here’s the Dirt (11 min), and 8) Public Service Announcement "Liquid Waste: (30 sec) 0435 English 90 min profound effects on habitats. 0585 English 20 min

HAIDA GWAII/QUEEN CHARLOTTES : ISLANDS IN THE WEB
107219 VH 57 min JS 1990 This program explores the dilemmas and conflicts between resource development and environmental management. Part 1 - Haida Heritage & Fishing Industry. Part 2 - Sustainable Forests? Part 3 - Wilderness : Native Rights and Tourism. First Nations Studies 12 0937 English 57 min

HABITUDES ALIMENTAIRES DES ETUDIANTS
002157 VH 17:39 min JS 2004 Documentaire. Le Canada fait face a une epidemie pire que celle du SRAS, bien que silencieuse. Elle touche pres d’un enfant sur trois et aucun vaccin ne peut la contrer. Il s’agit de l’obesite, qui est en augmentation constante partout au pays. Elle est d’ailleurs la source de nombreuses maladies. C’est a la maison que les jeunes prennent leurs mauvaises habitudes alimentaires, mais aussi a l’ecole. 0414 French 17:39 min

HALLOWEEN ET LE VIEUX HAROLD
101354 VH 8 min I 1988 LES FETES CANADIENNES SERIE SERIES - Au village, tout le monde craint le vieux Harold; on croit mlme qu’il est un peu cingle. Or un soir ` d’Halloween, une bande d’enfants courageux decident de se deguiser et ` ` de s’aventurer du cote de chez Harold. ˆ ` 0714 French 8 min

GYMNASTICS: FLOOR WORK AND SMALL APPARATUS
000248 VH 25 min KP 1997 This video production by the Coquitlam and Burnaby School District will serve as an introduction to the Gymnastics portion of the Elementary Physical Education Curriculum (IRP#011). Sequential components are thoroughly explained and demonstrated. Introduces and demonstrates basic individual and partner themes. Could be viewed with students. First half is primary student examples, then intermediate. 0294 English 25 min

HABLA : SPANISH, VOLUME ONE
102008 VH JS 1995 Volume 1 contains basic to intermediate language lessons (Units 1-7) which are covered in the accompanying workbook. This series was filmed entirely in Mexico at the renowned Cuernavaca Language School. Winner of the SIVA Best Instructional Video. Contents: 2 videocassettes, 1 sound cassette, 1 workbook. 0795 English

THE HALLOWEEN TREE
101445 VH 73 min IJ 1994 Ray Bradbury’s Halloween Tree is a fantastic journey to discover the meanings behind Halloween and the celebrations of the dead around the world and throughout time. The predominant themes addressed by the classroom guide are tradition, friendship and courage and are integrated across Language Arts, Social Studies and the Arts curricula. The Classroom Guide can be used as the framework for an entire unit or as a set of suggested mini-lessons. 0274 English 73 min

GYMNASTICS HEAVY APPARATUS
000221 VH 20 min T 1998 Demonstrates the use of heavy apparatus in the K-7 physical education curriculum. Coquitlam and Burnaby School District staff demonstrate. Excellent overview of gymnastics using intermediate student action. Appropriate for teacher viewing mainly but has excellent examples of partner and group sequences that students could aim for. English 20 min

HABLA : SPANISH, VOLUME TWO
102009 VH JS 1995 Volume 2 contains intermediate to advanced language lessons which are covered in the accompanying workbook. SIVA award winner. Contents: 2 videocassettes, 1 sound cassette, 1 workbook. 0795 English

HAMLET HACK’S CHOICE
107259 VH 30 min J 1987 SPIRIT BAY SERIES - After an eight year absence, Hack’s favorite uncle comes to Spirit Bay to claim the sacred family relics. When he tries to persuade Hack to steal them for him, Hack is torn between his uncle and his respect for tradition. It’s Hack’s choice. 0571 English 30 min 105900 VH 225 min S Hamlet has been given the creative vitality of Shakespeare himself in this ageless play. A tragedy that is really a triumph. Tape 1: Acts 1, 2. Tape 2: Acts 3, 4, 5. 0077 English 225 min

HABITATS
200268 DV 15 min I 2000 This well paced 15 minute video and support package presents an overview of the world’s habitats: polar, tundra, temperate, coniferous and deciduous forest, desert, fresh and salt water. Each habitat presented shows the dominant plants and different animals which are adapted to varied conditions. Age appropriate references and maps are incorporated. 0414 English 15 min

HAMLET,I : THE AGE OF ELIZABETH
000590 VH 30 min IJS 1960 HAMLET SERIES - Prof. Maynard Mack, Yale University, the commentator for this series, outlines the colourful background of the age of Elizabethan England - Shakespeare’s times, the kind of theatre he worked in, and the kind of audiences for which he wrote. 0585 English 30 min

HAIDA GWAII : ISLANDS OF THE PEOPLE
107230 VH 50 min S 1994 Describes the natural resources of Haida Gwaii and its relationship with the Haida. The video opens with a creation myth and develops in a chronological manner. Each section deals with a resource are and how the Haida have lived in balance with it. It briefly discusses current forestry issues and land rights. First Nations Studies 12 0104 English 50 min

HABITATS & DEPENDENCE
000809 VH 20 min IJ 1989 Habitats provide living things with their basic requirements, and different habitats contain many different species. Examining food chains, this program shows the interdependence of living things in a habitat, and explores how human influences can have

HAMLET SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: HAMLET,I : THE AGE OF ELIZABETH [000590]

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001716 VH 19 min JS 2002 SCHOOL SHAKESPEARE SERIES Something may be rotten in the state of Denmark–but everything is a-okay with the Standard Deviants as they explore Shakespeare’s monumental marvel, Hamlet. What a piece of work is Hamlet–how noble in reason, how infinite in faculties–you get the picture. 0574 English 19 min

B.C. Was he really a "hanging judge," or was he a compassionate man who new the value of a reputation? 0645 English 24 min

HANSEL AND GRETEL (CC)
101593 VH 48 min PJ 1987 FAERIE TALE THEATRE SERIES Ricky Shroder and Joan Collins star in this Classic tale of a penniless father and a pitiless stepmother and a hopeless fate of abandonment in a deep, dark forest. Closed Captioned for the Hearing Impaired. 0807 English 48 min

section relates the efforts of C.D.Howe, Minister of Munitions and Supplies, and of numerous Canadian businesses to create the tools needed to fight a modern war, and on the lives of some remarkable women who made significant contributions to the war effort. 0189 English 60 min

THE HARE AND THE TORTOISE/ THE VAIN CROW
101612 VH 30 min 1991 AESOP’S FABLES 1) THE HARE AND THE TORTOISE: Unlikely opponents, Speedy Hare and Thelma Tortoise, compete in the race of the week. It’s an upset! Thelma wins! 2) THE VAIN CROW: King Zeus calls for a contest among the birds of the forest. The winner will be dubbed "The King of the Birds". The crow, dissatisfied with his appearance, gathers and wears feathers from other birds. While learning about different types of birds, children will also see the value in being happy with oneself. 0419 English 30 min

THE HAMSTER (CC)
PR0423 VH 11 min P 1989 An up-close look at a mother hamster and her nine hamster youngsters. Right before the viewer’s eyes, young hamsters are born. The narration explains the various characteristics and abilities the young hamsters acquire as they grow. The program offers an overview of this warm-blooded mammal’s life cycle. 0983 English 11 min Primary

HAPPY BIRTHDAY MOON (CC)
105735 VH 7 min KP This simple but effective film is based on the book, Happy Birthday Moon, by Frank Asch. In this development of love and friendship, Bear develops a friendship with the moon, based on his mistaking the echoes of his own voice for the moon’s response. Full-colour animation. 1037 English 7 min

HANA’S SUITCASE
001783 VH 25 min PIJS 2003 Narrated by CBC’s Joe Schlessinger, this video tells the story behind the award-winning book by Karen Levine, "Hana’s Suitcase". The curator of a Japanese Holocaust museum learned about Hana’s life after Hana’s suitcase was sent to her. Follows the meeting of Hana’s brother who now lives in Toronto. Hana was a Czech girl who died in the Holocaust. 0414 English 25 min

HAPPY LION, THE (CC)
PLA033 VH 8 min P This animated story is about a lion who lives happily in a zoo. The townspeople visit him daily to say "Bonjour". One day the lion has the opportunity to reverse the situation and walk into town to say "Bonjour" to his friends. Children will enjoy the amusing chaos that follows the lion’s visit. Closed Captioned for the Hearing Impaired. 1037 English 8 min Primary Language Arts

HARMONIC MOTION
000696 VH 21 min JS 1995 This video features real world examples of harmonic motion or oscillations that are many and varied. Examples include musical instruments, timepieces, swingsets, wine glasses, automobile engines, models of building during simulated earthquakes, and the Tacoma Narrows bridge. Laboratory demonstrations of harmonic motion are simple and clear. Mathematical formulae are avoided. 0104 English 21 min

HANDEL’S LAST CHANCE
000231 VH 51 min PIJA 1996 It is 1742 and we are in Dublin, where ten-year old Jamie O’Flaherty and the brilliant composer George Frideric Handel live. By a stroke of destiny, the young boy and composer become unlikely allies. Handel gets Jamie out of jail and the boy lends his golden voice to the first performance of MESSIAH. 0574 English 51 min

HARD TIMES (1929 TO 1940): EPISODE 13A
001803 VH 60 min IJS 2001 CANADA: A PEOPLE’S HISTORY SERIES - Illustrates the difficulties encountered by Canadians in two different sectors of society- industrial workers and farmers-during the Great Depression. The video provides graphic examples of working conditions for the factory worker and the plight of the Western farmer in the early 1930s.Chronicles the events leading up to the Regina Riot and the On-toOttawa Trek. Introduces some of the measures introduced by Franklin D. Roosevelt in the United States to combat the Depression. 0189 English 60 min

HAROLD AND HIS AMAZING GREEN PLANTS (CC)
PR0392 VH 8 min P 1984 This video presents plant reproduction, care of plants, photosynthesis, life cycles, and the function of plant parts. The use of animation and humour heightens student interest. Closed Captioned for the Hearing Impaired. 0571 English 8 min Primary

HANDS OF HISTORY
104674 VH 51 min JS 1994 Four Aboriginal women artists, each from different nations, each from different experiences, each from different artistic mediums. Yet all share in the life of the artist, in the creation of beauty, in the expression of culture and in the recording and examination of history. 0714 English 51 min

HAROLD AND THE PURPLE CRAYON
105551 VH 8 min P From the book by Crockett Johnson. Animated story about a boy who draws a moon with a purple crayon and then embarks upon a succession of adventures matching the range of his own imagination. 1037 English 8 min

THE HANGING JUDGE (HERITAGE THEATRE #16)
107453 VH 24 min IJ 1985 It’s 1858 in the wild Gold Rush of British Columbia. Britain wants to ensure that the new colony remains British, and sends over Matthew Bailey Begbie to enforce the laws of Britain in

HARD TIMES (1929 TO 1940): EPISODE 13B
001804 VH 60 min IJS 2001 CANADA: A PEOPLE’S HISTORY SERIES - While most of Canada focused on the events occurring on the Western Front, a huge transformation was occurring on the domestic scene as the Canadian economy was being turned into a war machine. This

HARRISON’S YUKON
000467 VH 22:30 min IJS 1979 Ted Harrison settled in the Yukon in 1967. The Yukon proved to be a challenge Harrison had to come to terms with. The result is an artistic style

characterized by bold, brilliant colours. Harrison’s perceptions of Canada’s North contradicts its traditionally bleak portrayal. His brightly coloured houses and figures suggest a toyland dominated by mountains, snow and sky. The video is a fine introduction to the artist, his work and the geography that has so profoundly influenced him. 0714 English 22:30 min

HATCHET
105627 VH 54 min KPIJSCATI 1990 Based on a book by Gary Paulsen. After a plane crash, 13 year-old Brian spends 54 days in the wilderness learning to survive - at first with only aid of a hatchet - and also learning to accept his parents’ divorce. 0058 English 54 min

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106788 RE IS This expressive portrait of the great poet is a haunting example of the Hellenistic period in Greece. Going beyond the classical ideal sculpture of the earlier Periclean age, this time was noted for the portraiture of noted figures. 0006 English

HARRY AND THE LADY NEXT DOOR
105572 VH 20 min PI 1988 Irrepressible Harry the dog is back, this time trying to drown out the interminable operatic singing of the lady next door. A hilatious adaptation of Gene Zion’s book. 0983 English 20 min

HAVE WE GOT A DEAL?
100935 VH 27 min S 1982 Explains the law of contract: making a contract - the nature of a contract, offer, acceptance, consideration, capacity, consent, illegal contracts; ending a contract - breach of contract and discharge of contract. 0809 English 27 min

HEAD OF A PRINCESS (NEW KINGDOM)
106739 RE I Rendition of Nefretete. (12" on base) 0002 English

HEAD OF A SCRIBE
106724 RE IS Members of the scribe class, educated caste of Egyptian society were proud of their rank and abilities. They often commissioned portraits of themselves for memorial purposes. English

HARRY COMES HOME
105591 VH 25 min PI 1991 The star of "Harry the Dirty Dog" comes home from the pound to a new family. However, he has to put up with Isabelle, the cat from next door. 0983 English 25 min

HAWAII : STRANGERS IN PARADISE (CC)
106662 VH 60 min I 1991 Explore the Hawaiian Islands, an archipelago born of volcanic eruptions tens of millions of years ago. Fertile for evolution and protected by the immense Pacific Ocean, this isolated tropical haven produced an explosion of wildlife found nowhere else on earth. Once able to flourish, exquisite creatures such as the ancient green sea turtle, the playful monk seal, and the Hawaiian honeycreeper now exist in fragile habitats. Since the arrival of man 2000 years ago, 70% of the native species have disappeared. Watch as conservation heroes dangle from the cliffs of Moloka’i, risking their lives to hand-pollinate endangered flowers. Ironically, Hawaii’s plants and animals must now rely on man’s intervention in order to survive. 0689 English 60 min

HEAD OF AN ATHLETE (5TH CENTURY B.C.)
106787 RE IJS The original well-preserved head was once part of an over-sized statue excavated in Benevento, Italy. The chaplet in the well arranged hair indicates that the model was a victor in one of the athletic contests, most probably the Olympic Games. 0007 English

THE EFFECTIVE TEACHER
000937 VH 32 min T 1998 THE EFFECTIVE TEACHER VIDEO SERIES - Part 1 of a set of 8 video tapes of the Effective Teacher Video Series. The series is designed for both new teacher induction programs as well as in-service programs for veteran teachers. A Facilitator’s Manual and the correlated book The First Days of School can be borrowed from the Professional Library at the LMCC. This particular video deals with the following: What is an effective teacher?; how to be a happy first-year teacher; the need to use research-based practices; the need to succeed on the first day of school. HARRYK. English 32 min

HEAD OF ATHENA (GODDESS OF WISDOM)
106793 RE IJS A Roman copy of the Greek original. This superb head reveals the perfection of the ancient art. 0006 English

HARRY,THE DIRTY DOG
105573 VH 18 min PI 1988 Another amusing adventure of Harry the dog, based on Gene Zion’s book. 0983 English 18 min

HE SAID/SHE SAID
002197 VH 23 min IJ 2004 MY BRAND NEW LIFE SERIES - This video looks at two students, a grade 7 girl and a grade 8 boy, who change places for a day. The video explores and debunks much of the stereotypical thinking of adolescent boys and girls. The students are very engaging and the video could be a good discussion starter. 0714 English 23 min

HEAD OF HYPNOS (SLEEP) 14TH CENTURY B.C
106789 RE IJS This head was once part of a statue of a handsome youth. To each temple of the head, there were attached a wing, of which only one side remains. Head, wings and side tresses were made separately, soldered together and fastened to the statue. 0005 English

HAS ANYONE SEEN MY UMBRELLA
105672 VH 10 min PI 1990 From the Tell Me a Story series: In this Cinderella story, the Prince is a school dropout who leaves school after grade one. He cannot deal with words of more than three letters, so naturally Cinderella’s name baffles him. Thinking her name is Umbrella, he searches far and wide, shouting "Has anybody seen my Umbrella?" After the timely intervention of the Fairy Godmother, the Prince and Cinderella are united. They get married and decide to spend their honeymoon in grade two. 0599 English 10 min

HEAD OF THE CLASS: EDUCATION IN JAPAN
107064 VH 14 min JS 1992 This 60 MINUTES segment shows three and four-year-olds in Japan doing homework for hours each day so they will get into the best kindergarten and mothers driving their children to do more and better. 0380 English 14 min

HE WHO LOOKS UPSIDE DOWN
100929 VH 30 min S 1994 A QUESTION OF JUSTICE SERIES Subject: Native Justice. 0953 English 30 min

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HEAD’S UP!
For descriptions see individual titles: WHAT CAUSES EARTHQUAKES? [001037]

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107297 VH 30 min I 1992 MADISON SERIES - At a Native Indian Friendship Centre, Michael’s father is attempting to "heal" after an absence of ten years from his family. Michael’s anger towards his father results in heavy drinking and ensuing problems. Eventually, Michael joins the healing circle with his sister, father and grandmother. Career and Personal Planning 8-12 0104 English 30 min

THE BEGINNING OF A LIFETIME
000362 VH 30 min S 1998 HEALTHWARD BOUND : A LIFELONG JOURNEY SERIES - This video series consists of six 30-minute episodes on human anatomy, physiology, and the growth and aging processes. Physicians and medical experts provide detailed information on the organs and systems of the body, with an emphasis on how they interrelate. Technical terms are clearly presented and repeated. The treatment of reproduction is less detailed than other body systems presented. Some measurements are non-metric. 0104 English 30 min

sophisticated our understanding and use of hearing and sound knowledge has become. The format allows for pausing the program to engage in class discussions or experiments. From the Series, THE SCIENTIFIC EYE, TWO. 0104 English 20 min

HEARING THE SOUND
000808 VH 20 min IJ 1997 Musical instruments, slinky springs and an explosion in a quarry are starting points for an investigation into sound and how it travels from its source to the human brain. Which would occur first; hearing an explosion, seeing it, or feeling it? Sound is a form of energy, caused by vibration. It travels through materials by compressing particles, moving at different speeds through different materials. The ear collects the sound waves and changes them into an electrical impulse. What range of sounds, known as "the audible frequency range" can the human ear detect? 0585 English 20 min

HEALING OF NATIONS
107286 VH 49 min 1994 This documentary on cultural revival amongst North American Native peoples focuses on youth empowerment: the value of traditional teachings and the impact these traditions are having on young native people. Co-produced with native cultural educator George Amiotte (Guardian of the Oglala Lakota Sundance Society), this production is spoken in the words of native spiritual leaders and youth. HEALING OF NATIONS delivers inspiring messages of hope to us all: words to heal the native nations and the planet as a whole. 0431 English 49 min

A HEARTBEAT AND A BREATH
000363 VH 30 min JS 1998 HEALTHWARD BOUND : A LIFELONG JOURNEY SERIES - This video series consists of six 30-minute episodes on human anatomy, physiology, and the growth and aging processes. Physicians and medical experts provide detailed information on the organs and systems of the body, with an emphasis on how they interrelate. Technical terms are clearly presented and repeated. The treatment of reproduction is less detailed than other body systems presented. Some measurements are non-metric. 0104 English 30 min

THE HEART : AN INSIDE STORY (CC)
103909 VH 12 min S 1978 Gives an overview of the basic functions of the heart as a pump within the circulatory system and investigates these functions with the use of models and dissection demonstrations. [Teachers should note that despite a dated presentation, this resource provides information in a simple, clear and concise fashion.] Biology 11 & 12 0104 English 12 min

HEALTH AND YOUR BODY
000561 VH 24 min P 1990 THE MOST IMPORTANT PERSON SERIES - This unit encourages children to learn the body’s functions and to maintain good health. Titles are 4 minutes each and include: Take care of your teeth; Tell us how you feel; Visiting the doctor; The voice box; When you get hurt; and Where does food go? 0350 English 24 min

HEALTHWARD BOUND : A LIFELONG JOURNEY
For descriptions see individual titles: THE MAGNIFICENCE AND BRILLIANCE OF THE HUMAN BODY [000361] THE BEGINNING OF A LIFETIME [000362] A HEARTBEAT AND A BREATH [000363] POWERFUL ORGANS AND SYSTEMS [000364]

HEART - ENLARGED
103722 MO PS Detailed model of the human heart enlarged four times actual size. 0759 English

HEALTH: THE INSIDE STORY
103854 VH 18 min IS 1988 The role of proper diet, exercise and the understanding that everyone grows at different rates. 0983 English 18 min

POWERFUL ORGANS AND SYSTEMS
000364 VH 30 min JS 1998 HEALTHWARD BOUND : A LIFELONG JOURNEY SERIES - This video series consists of six 30-minute episodes on human anatomy, physiology, and the growth and aging processes. Physicians and medical experts provide detailed information on the organs and systems of the body, with an emphasis on how they interrelate. Technical terms are clearly presented and repeated. The treatment of reproduction is less detailed than other body systems presented. Some measurements are non-metric. 0104 English 30 min

THE HECKLERS
107418 VH 59 min JS 1990 Two centuries of Canadian political cartooning. Canadian history, from a political cartoonist’s point of view. 0714 English 59 min

THE MAGNIFICENCE AND BRILLIANCE OF THE HUMAN BODY
000361 VH 30 min JS 1998 HEALTHWARD BOUND : A LIFELONG JOURNEY SERIES - This video series consists of six 30-minute episodes on human anatomy, physiology, and the growth and aging processes. Physicians and medical experts provide detailed information on the organs and systems of the body, with an emphasis on how they interrelate. Technical terms are clearly presented and repeated. The treatment of reproduction is less detailed than other body systems presented. Some measurements are non-metric. 0104 English 30 min

HEN HOP
104808 VH 3 min PJ 1974 A cartoon film hand-drawn with pen and ink by Norman McLaren in which a hen dances to barn dance music. 0714 English 3 min

HENRY HUDSON
107499 VH 18 min JS 1996 EXPLORERS OF CANADA SERIES Hudson wrote in 1607: "There I know lies the sure sea path to the Indies and he who finds it will be remembered for all time ..." Hudson’s fame and notoriety covered a scant four years, from 1607 to 1611. During that time he made four voyages and many amazing

HEARING AND SOUND
103906 VH 20 min I 1987 A humorous illustration of the concept that sounds are vibrations that can travel through air, fluids and solids. The simple ideas of pitch and volume are explained. Old and new technology are presented to illustrate how

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discoveries, yet despite all this very little is known of Hudson and even less of his fate aboard a small lifeboat in the waters of the bay that today bears his name. 0065 English 18 min

HERITAGE THEATRE #15 SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: THE CREATION OF DAN MCGREW (HERITAGE THEATRE #15 [107456]

HIBERNATION AND OTHER FORMS OF DORMANCY
000531 VH 10 min PI 1989 Shows how various animals adjust to their environment during the winter months. Distinguishes between hibernation, estivation (deep sleep), and sleeping for long periods. Many kinds of dormant animals are shown in their natural environments. A unique close-up sequence shows the awakening from hibernation of the ground squirrel. Also shows the estivation of the spadefoot toad, the deep sleep of the bat, the overwintering of insects, the winter sleep of the bear, and the ground squirrel preparing for winter. 0350 English 10 min

HENRY MOORE : THE SCULPTOR *
104774 VH 26 min JSJS 1988 [Sound has deteriorated.] "The sculptor is a person who has found that his obsession in life is the shape of something." A rare visit, in a personal setting, of the master at work, with many examples shown in both indoor and outdoor surroundings. 0427 English 26 min

HERITAGE THEATRE #20 SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: HER WEIGHT IN GOLD [107455]

HERITAGE THEATRE #8 SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: WHO MURDERED D’ARCY MCGEE? (HERITAGE THEATRE #8) [107457]

HER WEIGHT IN GOLD
107455 VH 23 min IJ 1985 HERITAGE THEATRE #20 SERIES Chris Johansen was a miner during the gold rush in 1899. Mourning his lonely existence during the long winter months, he offers a dance hall girl her weight in gold if she will spend the winter with him at his cabin. She agrees, they arrive at the cabin, and Chris spends all winter trying to dig up 135 pounds of gold. 0645 English 23 min

HERNAN CORTES (SPANISH VERSION)
107573 VH 30 min IS 1995 THE HISPANIC AND LATIN AMERICAN HERITAGE VIDEO COLLECTION. Cortes, 1485-1547, ` lusted for gold and glory. An intrepid warrior able to overtake cities and topple an empire, Cortes was the ` fiercest of the Spanish conquistadors. Believing his actions were for the good of Spain and glory of God, Cortes set ` his sights on the acquisition of Mexico, vanquishing several smaller Indian cities and creating an imposing army of the Indians who had survived. Then, in a bloody battle, he succeeded in subjugating Tenochtitlan, the capitol of the Aztec empire, wiping out most of the Aztec civilization. Though he eventually established himself as a colonial ruler and in many ways united the natives of Mexico, he left a controversial legacy. He is remembered as a brutal conqueror and as a courageous leader. 0561 English 30 min

HIBERNATION DES OURS
013354 DV 6 min IJ 2005 Available in both French and English. Two orphaned grizzly bears are housed in a small log cabin at the top of Grouse Mountain. Surprisingly, cameras installed there show that bears spend about one hour per day moving around the den in hibernation. Deux grizzli orphelins sont loges dans une petite cabine au sommet de Grouse Mountain. 0373 English 6 min

HERCULES’ RETURN FROM OLYMPUS
100207 VH 13 min Animated Greek myth. 0983 English 13 min PJ

LE HIBOU ET LE CORBEAU: UNE LEGENDE ESKIMO
000657 VH 6:39 min PI 1973 Dans un igloo construit selon les normes en usage chez les Inuit, un hibou et un corbeau tracent, avec de petits os de phoque, le contour d’un igloo miniature, puis passent a un autre divertissement qui consiste a se peindre le plumage avec de la suie jusqu’a ce que flanche la patience du hibou. 0714 French 6:39 min

HERE’S HOW SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: CRAYONS AND MARKERS (CC) [PSC024]

L’HERITAGE
107261 VH 30 min J 1987 (Series: LA BAIE DES ESPRIT. In this episode, Canard’s favourite uncle, Coleman, returns to Spirit Bay after many years absence. Canard idolizes Coleman, who once played in the NHL, and is very angry when his mother accuses her brother of abandoning his family and culture. 0571 French 30 min

HEROES AND HEROINESEXPLORERS PAST AND PRESENT
200249 DV 15 min I 2005 Students will study dramatic human stories of exploring this remote and challenging continent, along with the transformation from an age of heroic, male adventurers to one where teams of scientists - women and men - work at making discoveries on what remains the frontier of knowledge.Highlights the race for the South pole between Scott and Amundsen. 0414 English 15 min

LE HIBOU ET LE LEMMING: UNE LEGENDE ESKIMO
000656 VH 5:59 min PI 1971 Video d’animation, base sur une legende inuit populaire, eet realise selon les regles d’une technique qui s’apparente a celle du theatre de marionettes. Les decors et les chants executes par des artistes inuit conferent une indeniable authenticite a ce video et contribuent a recreer l’atmosphere d’un folklore en voie de disparition. 0714 French 5:59 min

HERITAGE : CIVILIZATION AND THE JEWS series
For descriptions see individual titles: A PEOPLE IS BORN [000111]

L’HERITAGE MILITAIRE CANADIEN
107419 VH 60 min IS 1990 Ce video ne cherche aucunement a glorifier la guerre. Il cherche plutot a bien faire comprendre le prix tres eleve de la paix et de la liberte d’aujourd’hui qu’ont paye tant de Canadiens. 0465 French 60 min

HEROES AND HOCUS POCUS
001727 VH 26 min JS 2002 The Standard Deviants examine the heroes and hocus-pocus of fantasy literature. First, Frodo Baggins from The Lord of the Rings, then how fantasy makes use of magic, including a look at those masters of magic: the wizards. 0414 English 26 min

THE HIGH RENAISSANCE (CC)
9O1277 VH 60 min S 1989 ART OF THE WESTERN WORLD SERIES - The works of da Vinci, Michaelangelo, Raphael, Tintoretto and Palladio, and their influences are examined. 0571 English 60 min Social Studies

100 HIGH RISK OFFENDER
000610 VH 56:57 min JS 1998 Over a 10-month period, we follow six high-risk offenders and the parole officers and therapists whose job it is to make sure they stay clean, stay out of trouble and stay out of jail. The offenders put up with urine tests for drugs, random curfew checks and therapy sessions. Most work at it, some feel hopeless, others just go through the motions. Their stories are at turns bizarre, tragic, disturbing and endearing. Good viewing for Law 12 students. 0714 English 56:57 min

HISTORY LANDS SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: BATOCHE SETTLEMENT, SASKATCHEWAN [000406] CHILKOOT TRAIL [000841]

HITLER’S GERMANY 1933-36
HI0311 VH 20 min SI 1980 HOW DID HE COME, BY QUITE LEGAL MEANS, TO CONTROL THE DESTI SERIES - On January 30, 1933 Adolph Hitler became Chancellor of the German Reich. Many Germans greeted him as their saviour. Yet he is now seen as an unscrupulous, power-hungry racist. 0076 English 20 min History

HISTORY OF ASTRONOMY
000105 VH 11 min J 1993 GALACTIC ENCYCLOPEDIA series This video presents a historical survey of astronomical theories from earthcentered ones to present day. The contributions made by Tycho Brahe, Johannes Kepler, Nicholas Copernicus and Isaac Newton are mentioned. Actual photographs of ancient observatories combined with state-ofthe-art computer graphics provide the viewers with a basic understanding of the evolution of astronomy. 0104 English 11 min

HIV AND AIDS: STAYING SAFE
001731 VH 15 min IJ 2002 This program helps kids understand why prevention is so important when it comes to HIV and AIDS. It introduces adolescents to some of the basic facts about HIV and AIDS in a sensitive and careful way, preparing them for some of the difficult decisions they will make as they approach their teenage years. Through discussion, and animation, the kids will see what the virus does inside the body and why it leaves the body so vulnerable to other infections, and how HIV develops into AIDS. 0414 English 15 min

HILL OF FIRE (CC)
PR0462 VH 30 min P 1985 READING RAINBOW SERIES - How volcanoes are formed and how they erupt. Hill of Fire by Thomas P. Lewis is the feature book. This is a true story of a Mexican farmer who discovers a volcano. Another part of the program shows how volcanoes in Hawaii have inspired a potter to create his sculptures and other crafts. 0264 English 30 min Primary

THE HISTORY OF THE PERIODIC TABLE
200263 DV 23 min JS 2004 This fast-paced program, one of a fivepart series, begins with an overview of the historical development of the concept of an element. The program discusses how scientists like Boyle, Dalton and Lavoisier began to recognize patterns in the behavior of chemicals, and how Mendeleev constructed the Periodic Table of Elements. The visually appealing computer-generated graphics and animation clearly illustrate the chemistry concepts in an engaging manner. 0414 English 23 min

HIV & TEENS: REMEMBERING KRISTA BLAKE
000471 VH 15 min JS 1997 This powerful and moving video portrays a testimonial of the last years of a young woman living with HIV/AID. Krista Blake contracted the virus as a sixteen-year-old, due to unprotected heterosexual sex with a hemophiliac partner who did not disclose his infected status. After her diagnosis she spent the rest of her short life talking to teenage audiences about the consequences of her sexual decisionmaking. Teachers will need their own pre- and post-viewing questions. 0104 English 15 min

HIPPOPOTAMUS
106725 RE In Ancient Egypt they were hunted for their meat and also because they did damage to the crops. Possibly for this latter reason, the hippopotamus was associated with evil God Seth, the enemy of the Sun God Re. On the other hand, the female hippopotamus was worshipped as a symbol of fecundity, and Thoueris ("The Great One") represented as an upright walking pregnant hippo, leaning on a magic knot, was a helper in child birth. 0952 English

HISTORY RE-ENACTMENT SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: RENDEZVOUS CANADA, 1606 [107528]

L’HISTOIRE DE DANIEL : L’HOLOCAUSTE
000950 VH 13:08 min IJ 1991 L’histoire de Daniel puise dans les experiences vecues par diverses familles juives d’Allemagne sous le regime nazi. Concue pour des enfants, cette video decrit sans images horribles la situation desesperee de ces familles persecutes par les nazis. Accompagnee par la ressource pedagogique a l’intention des enseignants de Sciences humaines pour la 6e annee, L’holocauste: responsabilite sociale et civisme international. BC EDUC French 13:08 min

L’HIVER HISTORY’S ANCIENT LEGACIES
For descriptions see individual titles: CHINA [002008] DARK AGE ENGLAND [002052] THE GREAT PYRAMIDS [002007] INDIA [002051] STONEHENGE: A JOURNEY BACK IN TIME [002006] 102282 VH 6 min Version francaise de 525 VR 009. ¸ 0495 French 6 min PJ

HOCKNEY,DAVID
104899 VH 52 min JS 1989 He is the most popular British painter of his generation, but in recent years his painting has taken a back seat to his photography. See Hockney’s first experiment in making "fine art" out of cinematography! 0983 English 52 min

HIT-PARADE (CC)
106085 VH 26 min 1992 (Serie LES INTREPIDES) Dans cet ` episode, Julie et Tom sont convaincus ` qu’un producteur de disques vole les chansons de jeunes musiciens prometteurs. Mais sans preuve, qui les croira? Avec l’aide d’une jeune chanteuse de rap, les "intrepides" ` concoivent un plan en vue de pieger le ¸ ` voleur. Francais Langue Premiere K-7 ¸ ` 0104 French 26 min

HOLES
013302 VH 122 min IJ 2002 This classroom edition of Holes includes a 4-minute introductory segment "From the Page to the Screen" with author Louis Sachar. This funny and poignant coming-of-age adventure features quirky characters, an intricate plot, an exciting adventure story, and,

L’HISTOIRE DE PING
105595 VH 10 min PI 1991 Un film d’adaptation base sur le livre par Marjorie Flack. 1037 French 10 min

101
most of all, the important message that friendship and learning really matter. 0574 English 122 min

THANKSGIVING
000367 VH 25 min KP 1994 HOLIDAYS FOR CHILDREN VIDEO SERIES - Thanksgiving is a time to remember how much we depend on and are thankful for the earth’s bounty. In this video about the traditional American harvest holiday, visit Plymouth Plantation and discover how and why the first Thanksgiving meal came to be. Nanticoke tribe dancers recreate the sense of excitement and wonder the Pilgrims must have felt upon first meeting the Native Americans, and children learn an Abnaki tribe myth on the origin of corn that teaches about sharing resources. Creativity and imagination are further stimulated as children learn to make miniature Mayflower boats from walnut shells. 0574 English 25 min

MAD MAD MAD MONSTERS
000384 VH 45 min PI 1972 HOLIDAY CLASSICS COLLECTION SERIES - Join Dracula, Wolfman, the Creature of the Black Lagoon and all your favorite scary monsters in this hilarious re-make of the Bride of Frankenstein. This classic from the Rankin and Bass animated collection is a spooktacular tale of Halloween hijinx! 0574 English 45 min

soldier. This video details their individual experiences during World War II and discusses the connections between racism and the Holocaust. 0979 English 25 min

THE HOME
107539 VH I Describes what homelife was like for pioneers settling in new communities. Material covers building a log home, children’s chores, food and how it was cooked, how candles and soap were made and it also shows evening past times. English

HOLIDAY CLASSICS COLLECTION
For descriptions see individual titles: MAD MAD MAD MONSTERS [000384]

HOME CRAFTS
107548 VH 10 min PS 1970 Demonstrates the self-reliance of Canadian pioneer families. Illustrates the process of making a piece of clothing right from the shearing of sheep’s wool. Shows how crafts were handed down from one generation to the next. 0495 English 10 min

ROSH HASHANAH, YOM KIPPUR
000368 VH 25 min KP 1994 HOLIDAYS FOR CHILDREN VIDEO SERIES - Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, and Yom Kippur, the day of atonement and forgiveness, are the two High Holidays of the Jewish calendar. Children are introduced to these solemn, reflective holidays through a traditional prayer and a Tashlikh ceremony. They also learn about the symbolism of foods associated with these holidays, the special clothing that is worn, the importance of the Torah and performing good deeds througout the year. Folk songs and animated fables illustrate the deep religious significance of these holidays and children learn how to make greeting cards wishing health and happiness in the New Year. 0574 English 25 min

HOLIDAY FACTS AND FUN: MULTICULTURAL CHRISTMAS
000903 VH 17 min PI 1994 Five families of different backgrounds show how they celebrate this holiday. The families prepare Christmas foods, decorate their homes, sing songs, and participate in special activities. Profiles included are: a Scandiavian family; members of the Oneida Indian tribe; a South Korean family; an Ethiopian family and a Mexican family. 0601 English 17 min

HOMES
000183 VH 24 min I 1993 WONDER WHY? SERIES - Provides a comprehensive overview of housing through the ages. It discusses various environments and historical events that have influenced styles of housing and also addresses future housing options such as solar energy. Construction of a current home is featured. A few career options related to housing are presented. 0104 English 24 min

HOLIDAY SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: CHRISTMAS TREE TRAIN [101369] CHUCKLEWOOD EASTER [101370] THE TURKEY CAPER [101371] WHICH WITCH IS WHICH? [101367]

HOMESTEAD FRONTIER
104700 VH 30 min IJ 1977 The Western Development Museum of Saskatoon is a tribute to the pioneers of the Province of Saskatchewan and the prairie west between the years 1900-1920. 0867 English 30 min

HOLIDAYS FOR CHILDREN VIDEO SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: HALLOWEEN [000366] THANKSGIVING [000367] ROSH HASHANAH, YOM KIPPUR [000368] VALENTINE’S DAY [000513]

HALLOWEEN
000366 VH 25 min KP 1994 HOLIDAYS FOR CHILDREN VIDEO SERIES - Halloween is known to be a holiday of witches, jack o’lanterns and trick-or-treating, but it is much more. This video explores several folk traditions form Costa Rica, Mexico and Ireland to explain some Halloween symbols, the origin of costumes, and the custom of trick-or-treating. Children learn that despite the many rituals surrounding the holiday, Halloween is a time to celebrate and honor the memory of loved ones past, and can be a time to talk about death and other subjects that may be frightening to them. The importance of Halloween safety is discussed, children learn how to create a papier-mache mask, and Irish folk singers perform, making this program an exciting, informative adventure. 0574 English 25 min

HOLLYWOOD SALUTES CANADIAN ANIMATION
104815 VH 57 min IS 1993 Seven National Film Board productions which have won or been nominated for the Oscar award. They are: Every Child, the Sand Castle, The House that Jack Built, Special Delivery, Walking, The Street, and Neighbours. 0714 English 57 min

L’HOMME QUI PLANTAIT DES ARBRES
000060 VH 30 min 1988 Un film de Frederic Back, d’apres un texte de Jean Guino, narrateur: Phillipe Nooiret. Oscar 1987 du meilleur film d’animation plus de 40 prix dans le monde entier! Dans dette region desertique aux confins des Alpes et de la Provence, un voyageur s’est egare...Il rencontre un berger silencieux, Elzear Bouffier, qui lui offre l’hospitalite.Le berger planter des arbres sur des hauteurs ou plus rien ne pousse depuis des decennies.Jusqu’a la fin de ses jours, Elzear Bouffier continuera son oeuvre anonyme, miraculeuse, qui redonnera vie a son pays... 0189 French 30 min

HOLOCAUST TESTIMONIES
106902 VH 25 min J 1993 Robbie W. & Leon Bass: This tape describes the meeting of two teenagers at Buchenwald Concentration Camp on April 11, 1945. Robbie W. was a 14 year old inmate of the camp and Leon B. was a 19 year old African-American

102 HONG KONG, JOURS COMPTES
107027 VH 25 min JS Monde en liberte. 0665 ` 25 min 1988 French

HOSPITAL, THE
PLL013 VH 13 min P 1990 This video gives the viewers a comprehensive overview of the many and varied careers available in a hospital setting. Scenarios include the arrival of a patient by helicopter, realistic medical situations and state of the art medical equipment. By following a patient in the children’s ward, viewers are able to observe the sensitive care given by hospital personnel as well as special facilities such as the classroom and playroom. 0689 English 13 min Primary Learning for Living

HOW ANIMALS GET READY FOR WINTER
000415 VH 11 min 0574 English P 11 min 1995

HONK! : BEYOND THE PAGE
001729 VH 17 min P 2003 Award-winning children’s literature comes to life at Shelley’s "Beyond the Page Cafe," a multi-media environment where students follow their imaginations and experience books from the inside out. Honk! The Story of a Prima Swanerina, written by Pamela Duncan Edwards is the focus of this video. After the story, Shelley takes students Beyond the Page when she and the kids log on for an internet chat with the author and the illustrator. 0414 English 17 min

HOW ANIMALS GET THEIR FOOD
103255 VH 15 min KP A review of animal diets. 0689 English 15 min 1988

HOW DID HE COME, BY QUITE LEGAL MEANS, TO CONTROL THE DESTI
For descriptions see individual titles: HITLER’S GERMANY 1933-36 [HI0311]

HOT AIR BALLOON FESTIVAL / AQUARIUM
104365 VH 30 min P 1987 TERRIFIC TRIPS SERIES - A TRIP IN A HOT AIR BALLOON - Yoyo the clown takes us on a gentle, soaring ride in a bright hot air balloon. How small the houses and people look! A TRIP TO THE AQUARIUM - Meet Barry the Blowfish and his underwater friends in a big city aquarium. Learn about the friendly dolphins, join an eel for lunch and float through the water with a seahorse. 0393 English 30 min

HOW DIFFICULT CAN THIS BE?: THE F.A.T. CITY WORKS
101221 VH 70 min TA 1990 This informative and entertaining film allows the viewer to look at the world through the eyes of a learning disabled child. Demonstrates the classroom activities which cause Frustration, Anxiety and Tension (F.A.T.)... emotions all to familiar to the student with a learning disability. 0788 English 70 min

HOPSCOTCH
G00163 VH 12 min I 1972 An animated story. A boy who wants to make friends shows off his prowess, parades possessions, is noisy and disruptive, acts tough, flatters. At last he stops playing roles -and is accepted! 0615 English 12 min Guidance/Learning for Living

HOT HIPPO (CC) HORSE (5TH - 1ST CENTURY B.C.)
106790 RE IS The original of this horse and its authenticity has been under dispute for the past fifty-five years. However, it is now considered one of the finest bronzes of classical Greece. 0006 English PLA004 VH 6 min P 1990 This is an animated story of a hippo who makes a deal with the god, Ngai, to live in water instead of on dry land. The video is narrated in African dialect and is accompanied by African music. Closed Captioned for the Hearing Impaired. 1037 English 6 min Primary Language Arts

HOW DO THEY...?
For descriptions see individual titles: HOW DO THEY...BRAID ROPE? [000671] HOW DO THEY...KNIT A CHAIN-LINK FENCE? [000672]

HOW DO THEY...BRAID ROPE?
000671 VH 4:09 min PI 1998 HOW DO THEY...? SERIES - This is a fascinating visual voyage through the twists and turns of rope-making. 0714 English 4:09 min

HORSE, THE (CC)
PR0406 VH 11 min P 1986 The horse has long been a favorite animal of many people. In this program, viewers watch stunning footage of several horses on a ranch as a narrator describes the life cycle, eating habits, and behavior of a typical horse. 0983 English 11 min Primary

THE HOUND THAT THOUGHT HE WAS A RACCOON
105465 VH 48 min PI 1991 (A Disney Educational Production). A remarkable tale of friendship that defies nature’s laws. The hound couldn’t chase raccoons because he really wanted to be one! 0574 English 48 min

HOW DO THEY...KNIT A CHAIN-LINK FENCE?
000672 VH 3:39 min PI 1998 HOW DO THEY...? SERIES - How do they...Knit a Chain-Link Fence? is a fascinating visual voyage, revealing what lies behind the fences many children see around their schoolyards every day. 0714 English 3:39 min

THE HOUSE OF COMMONS OPERATION AND FUNCTIONS
100683 VH 15 min IJ 1991 The House of Commons is the centre of our democratic system. Within the house all matters are debated and voted upon and every Member of Parliament, including the Prime Minister, is accountable. This programme studies the exact powers of the House of Commons and its philosophical purpose. 0066 English 15 min

THE HOSPITAL
101007 VH 13 min PI 1990 Visits the children’s ward of a big city hospital and follows an accident victim who is flown by helicopter to the trauma centre; introduces some of the tools used by the medical staff and shows how doctors and nurses care for patients’ physical and emotional well-being. 0689 English 13 min

HOW DO WE GET AROUND IN SPACE?
013336 DV 28 min PI 2005 In this series, Bob MacDonald (Quirks and Quarks and Wonderstruck) takes students beyond the basics of the Big Dipper and the Moon and introduces them to the magical content and practical context of the night sky and in particular on this episode, astronautics. 0390 English 28 min

103 HOW DO YOU KNOW? COLLECT THE DATA
000030 VH 15 min I 1993 3-2-1 CLASSROOM CONTENT SERIES - This video illustrates two examples of scientists collecting the data from nature for their research. The first example shows scientists locating a hibernating bear in order to take a blood sample which will be used for medical research. The second example shows the recording of information about parrot fish on a Caribbean coral reef. English 15 min

HOW NATURE PROTECTS ANIMALS (REVISION)
000554 VH 8 min I 1990 For animals, life is a daily struggle for survival in a dangerous and often unpredictable environment. This video show some of the means of protection that nature provides its animal species: the blue crab’s periscope eyes, the antelope’s swift legs, the porcupine’s needle-sharp quills. Informative and entertaining scenes reveal animals foiling their enemies by hiding, running away and deterring attackers. 0350 English 8 min

special need students, this video also features six distinct "stop tape for work activity" segments to enhance use for professional development training. 0054 English 60 min

HOW TO BUILD AN IGLOO
107221 VH 10 min PIJS 1950 This classic film shows the simple elegance with which an igloo was built by Inuit Arctic travellers. It is an inspiration to those seeking to create shelter from the materials provided by nature. 0714 English 10 min

HOW DO YOU KNOW? EXPERIMENT!
000031 VH 15 min I 1993 3-2-1 CLASSROOM CONTENT SERIES - This video illustrates the process of setting up controlled periments to test theories and find answers to questions. English 15 min

HOW PLANTS GROW
000709 VH 18 min P 1999 Discover how seeds become plants capable of producing their own food. Learn how plants and animals depend upon each other for growth. Shows plant parts and their functions. Photosynthesis, reproduction, life cycle and plant growth are explained through a combination of live-action and animation. 0929 English 18 min

HOW TO CONDUCT SUCCESSFUL SOCRATIC SEMINARS
000747 VH 15 min TEACHER 1999 Outlines how teachers can use a more effective classroom discussion technique. Classroom teachers provide real examples of : How to establish the climate and expectations for the discussion, how to use thoughtprovoking questions to start and nurture the discussion, how to involve students in critical thinking and careful analysis, and how to end a seminar with a critique of the discussion. 0054 English 15 min

HOW DOES YOUR BODY MOVE?
000202 VH 7 min I 1989 SCIENCE ESSENTIALS SERIES This is a video program on muscles and movement in which students are encouraged to participate in a short experiment. The program instructs the viewer to stop the video while the experiment is in progress to provide time for recording observations. Students return to the video to assess data. The content focuses on muscles, bones and joints. Definitions are provided and then developed to show the interdependence of these parts in the process of body movements. 0104 English 7 min

HOW PLANTS WORK: KIDS IN THE GARDEN
001041 DV 6 min P 2008 Wacky, wild and full of wonder, Kids in the Garden will inspire kids to get their hands dirty. Join Nick Hardcastle as he puts the fun in fungi, makes a mini terrarium jungle, and acts like a vegetable allowing young viewers to discover just how strange and intriguing gardening can be. They will also learn all about plants, seeds, leaves and soil. 0414 English 6 min

HOW TO CREATE A JUNK FOOD
104028 VH 57 min JS 1988 Take a behind-the-scenes look at the extensive research and development and enormous expenditures that go into better tasting,more salable fast foods. 0299 English 57 min

HOW THE ANIMALS DISCOVERED CHRISTMAS/ JINGLE BELLS
101439 VH 21 min I 1994 Two delightful tales. 1) How the Animals Discovered Christmas. When the forest animals discover an injured bluebird they move him into Grumble the Bear’s warm cave and contribute food for the winter. Wondering how to store the food they choose a tree and hang all the food from its branches. 2) Jingle Bells. 3 versions of the well-loved song: traditional with rhythmic bells, an orchestra and a chorus; modern with country/western singers playing guitars and fiddles and futuristic with an electronic chorus playing unearthly music. 0574 English 21 min

HOW TO CREATE AN EFFECTIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
000750 VH 15 min TEACHER 1999 Explores how teachers can create positive learning environments. Provides tips on: How to build relationships with students through trust and mutual respect, how to design the learning environment, how to organize classrooms that are flexible and meet the needs of students, and how collaborating with other teachers, parents, guardians, and the community can expand learning beyond the classroom. 0054 English 15 min

HOW DOES YOUR BODY USE FOOD? (CC)
ISC053 VH 7 min I 1989 The process of digestion is demonstrated in this program. Students are encouraged to participate in short experiments in which the video may be stopped and data is recorded. Concepts are further reinforced with visuals such as x-rays and graphics of digestion. 0352 English 7 min Intermediate Science

HOW MUCH IS ENOUGH?
104448 VH 28 min JS 1991 This documentary examines what’s at stake for the people caught in this conflict of B.C. forest management. Features forest workers from Macmillan Bloedel and environmentalists sharing why they feel the Lower Tsitika Valley should be logged or preserved. 0937 English 28 min

HOW TO CREATE SUCCESSFUL PARENT-STUDENT CONFERENCES
000746 VH 15 min TEACHER 1999 Explores how teachers can plan and conduct conferences. Classroom teachers provide examples of: How to prepare for conferences and improve your listening skills, how to involve parents, students and guardians, how to use portfolios, and how to follow up after the conference is over. 0054 English 15 min

HOW THE SPECIAL NEEDS BRAIN LEARNS
013099 VH 60 min TA 2003 David Sousa addresses core topics from his companion book for teachers managing students of different abilities in both inclusive and special education classrooms. In addition to real classroom footage demonstrating brain-based classroom strategies for

104 HOW TO DEVELOP A PROFESSIONAL AND LEARNING COMMUNITY
013391 DV 7 min T 2002 This 7 minute DVD is both inspirational and instructional; it combines the key components of professional learning communities with powerful music, quotes and lighthearted humour to reinforce or introduce the framework. Your staff will want to watch it over and over again. English 7 min

HOW WE KEPT MOTHER’S DAY
105845 VH 10 min IJ 1994 When the celebration of Mother’s Day was introduced to North America around 1910, Stephen Leacock observed the quaint idea with this short story. The family in Leacock’s version turns the idea neatly to their advantage, taking a splendid holiday in the country, leaving Mother behind to enjoy this special day in peace. 0599 English 10 min

ALL ABOUT THE SENSES
001770 VH 23 min P 2001 All About the Senses uses real-life examples - like a trip to an amusement park - to teach young students about the five senses: sight,hearing, smell, touch and taste. Viewers will learn that we receive information from the outside world through our sense organs: our eyes, ears, nose, skin and tongue. Several fun, hands-on activities are included, whcih will help kids better understand how their senses work. 0104 English 23 min

HOW TO HIDE A POLAR BEAR AND OTHER MAMMALS
103654 VH 6 min KPI 1990 Describes how various mammals camouflage themselves to protect against predators. 0907 English 6 min

HOWE SOUND
100856 VH 46 min IA A Nature of Things program. Toxic discharges from 2 pulp mills have closed shellfish harvesting in Howe Sound. The program looks at why the government did not enforce compliance to the pollution laws for years. 0192 English 46 min

ALL ABOUT BONES & MUSCLES
013090 VH 23 min KP 2002 All About Bones & Muscles gives students a close-up look at those two key systems of the human body. First, they’ll learn that bones and muscles are alive! Then they will discover that bones give our bodies shape, structure and protection, while also performing the important job of making our blood! Muscles attached to bones are what gives us the ability to move in so many ways, as a young gymnast demonstrates. Viewers will also learn about cartilage, ligaments and tendons, as well as ways of caring for our bones and muscles. Includes a fun activity in which kids create a simple model of the body and try to use what they’ve learned to locate joints. 0574 English 23 min

HOW TO IMPROVE YOUR QUESTIONING TECHNIQUE
000749 VH 15 min TEACHER 1999 Shows how to make every question important and challenging for students, how to frame questions to improve student learning, how to effectively follow up on student responses, and how to involve students so they ask their own questions. 0054 English 15 min

RAVEN TALES: HOWL AT THE MOON
001027 DV 25 min PIJS 2008 RAVEN TALES SERIES - Howl at the Moon is the eighth episode in Raven Tales. The people of the village have been kept awake by the howling of the wolves, so they decide to send a paarty into the woods to flush them out and burn their dens. During the hunt, Winda becomes separated from the others in a sudden storm but he is rescued by a pair of mysterious strangers who nurse hium back to health. Who are his new friends? 1047 English 25 min

HOW TO START THE SCHOOL YEAR RIGHT
000748 VH 15 min TEACHER 1999 Classroom examples show how teachers can: Effectively plan and prepare resources, organize support from other teachers and administrators, involve students, parents, guardians, and the community, and prepare for special events and emergencies. 0054 English 15 min

HUMAN BODY FOR CHILDREN
For descriptions see individual titles: ALL ABOUT BLOOD & THE HEART [013130]

HUB OF THE WHEEL SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: LISTENING TO OTHERS [104611]

ALL ABOUT BLOOD & THE HEART
013130 VH 23 min P 2003 HUMAN BODY FOR CHILDREN SERIES - All About Blood & The Heart introduces young viewers to the body’s own delivery service - the circulatory system. Kids will discover that blood carries oxygen and nutrients to every cell in our bodies, while also removing waste products that our cells no longer need. Blood typing and the importance of donating blood are discussed during a visit to a blood bank, and kids learn about the heart as they make their own stethoscope in a fun, hands-on activity. 0574 English 23 min

HOW TO TEACH STUDY SKILLS
000744 VH 15 min TEACHER 1999 Explores how to help students learn and apply study skills. There are examples of : How to help students manage materials and time, how to help students apply active listening and note-taking skills, and how to help students prepare for and take tests. 0054 English 15 min

HUDDEN AND DUDDEN AND DONALD O’NEARY (CC)
101625 VH 5 min I 1994 An Irish Folktale. The brothers Hudden and Dudden are mean and rich. And the more they have, the more they want. They even envy their poor neighbour Donald O’Neary and try to get his farm for themselves. 0599 English 5 min

HOW WE KEEP FIT (2ND ED.)
104089 VH 12 min KP 1993 OUR WONDERFUL BODY SERIES Space explorer Zork becomes curious when he sees a boy breathing hard from running. He learns that the boy is really just getting tired too quickly. That’s what happens to Earth people who aren’t physically fit. Earth people need to exercise regularly, eat nutritious food, get plenty of sleep, and avoid harmful substances. 0104 English 12 min

HUGH MCCABE: THE COACH’S FINAL LESSON
104041 VH 18 min JA It’s not the last pack of cigarettes that really does you in, it’s the first cigarette, because that’s what leads to all the other packs. I thought it was going to be somebody else that was going to die as the result of smoking... 0041 English 18 min

SKELETAL & MUSCULAR SYSTEMS
001769 VH 23 min IJ 2001 In Skeletal and Muscular Systems, students learn that bones and muscles work together to protect our bodies and enable them to move. They’ll discover that in addition to providing support for our bodies and protecting vital organs, bones are where blood is manufactured! 0104 English 23 min

HUMAN BIOLOGY SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: HUMAN REPRODUCTION [103841]

CIRCULATORY AND RESPIRATORY SYSTEMS
013091 VH 23 min IJ 2002 In Circulatory & Respiratory Systems, kids will discover how these two vital systems work together to help keep us alive through a process called cellular respiration. A close-up look at the components of our blood- plasma, red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets - reveals just how critical blood is to our survival. Pumped by the heart through a vast network of vessels, our blood is the ultimate pickup and delivery system, providing vital nutrients, carrying away harmful waste, and fighting against dissease and infection. A visit to a hospital blood laboratory is included, as well as an interview with a doctor, and a fun hands-on activity in which students can test their lung capacity. 0574 English 23 min

is suitable for a mixed audience. 0104 English 22 min

105 HUMAN TRIALS: TESTING THE AIDS VACCINE
002044 VH 39:48 min S 2003 For three years in Vancouver Canada, a group of gay men challenged HIV, on behalf of a world at risk. They are part of the first-ever human trials of an AIDS vaccine. This is the story of three of those men - Alan, Neil and David. AVANTI English 39:48 min

HUMAN NUTRITION: INTRODUCTION
001712 VH 18 min JS 2001 The Standard Deviants walk through a step-by-step overview of nutrition. Learn all the basics about nutrition, starting with "What is a nutrient?" The Standard Deviants also cover nutrition standards and guidelines. 0414 English 18 min

HUMPHREY THE LOST WHALE (CC)
PR0465 VH 30 min P 1989 READING RAINBOW SERIES - Go on a humpback whale watch and observe whales swimming, feeding and breeching. The feature book is a true story of a whale who looses his direction and becomes stranded in a small river. File footage of the "true" resuce of this whale follows the story. 0264 English 30 min Primary

HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY: THE ENDOCRINE SYSTEM
103882 VH 60 min I 1983 This video examines the role of the human endocrine system in the growth, development, and functioning of the body. It covers: "Hormone Action", "The Pituitary Gland", "The Thyroid, The Parathyroids, and the Pancreas" and also "The Adrenals and the Gonads". 0601 English 60 min

THE HUMAN BODY SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: CIRCULATORY AND RESPIRATORY SYSTEMS [103851] CIRCULATORY SYSTEM (2ND ED.) [103883] DIGESTIVE SYSTEM (2ND ED.) [103884] EXCRETORY SYSTEM (2ND ED.) [103885] MUSCULAR AND SKELETAL SYSTEMS [103919] MUSCULAR SYSTEM (2ND ED.) [103886] NERVOUS SYSTEM (2ND ED.) [103887] REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM (2ND ED.) [103888] RESPIRATORY SYSTEM (2ND ED.) [103889] SKELETAL SYSTEM (2ND ED.) [103890] SYSTEMS WORKING TOGETHER [103891]

THE HUNDRED DRESSES HUMAN REPRODUCTION
103841 VH 25 min IS HUMAN BIOLOGY SERIES - Animated film illustrates the profound changes of puberty, the similarities and differences between male and female reproductive organs and the link between conception and sexual intercourse. Shows childbirth. Preview recommended. 0369 English 25 min 105565 VH 46 min IJ 1986 When Wanda Petronski, who wears the same faded blue dress every day, tells Peggy and Maddie she has a hundred dresses at home, she becomes the target of a cruel teasing game. Based on the book by Eleanor Estes. 0846 English 46 min

HURRICANE!
000114 VH 60 min IS 1995 NOVA ADVENTURES IN SCIENCE SERIES - Witness nature’s fury as hurricanes Camille and Gilbert crash into the Gulf coast. 0585 English 60 min

HUMAN RIGHTS
013346 DV 23 min JS 2004 GLOBAL ISSUES FOR STUDENTS SERIES - Human rights are considered by many to be the foundation of freedom, justice and peace. However,there is little international agreement on exactly what human rights are and even less on how to enforce them. 0373 English 23 min

HURRICANE: EARTH’S GREATEST STORM
102532 VH 18 min JS 1992 EARTH SCIENCE VIDEO LIBRARY. Witness the incredible energy unleashed by one of nature’s most dramatic weather systems. See actual footage of hurricanes, including dramatic scenes of Hurricane Hugo’s storm track across the Atlantic Ocean to its landfall along the South Carolina coast. 0599 English 18 min

THE HUMAN BRAIN
103840 VH 60 min S Describes the functions of the different parts of the human brain. Presents information on research done by Dr. Robert Sylvester 0968 English 60 min

HUMAN RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES IN A MULTICULTURAL SOCIETY
000665 VH 47 min S 1999 This video and the accompanying Facilitation Guide offers concrete steps and alternative solutions to human rights conflicts, focussing on British Columbia. The video is divided into 3 segments. Part 1 & 2 offer practical solutions helpful to those who might encounter human rights violations, wish to become more active in the promotion of human rights, want to be part of the change towards greater social harmony. Part 3 offers an insightful lookinto Ombudswork, and the role of the Ombudsman. This would be suitable for settlement and citizenship programs such as adult ESL classes. VIRC English 47 min

HUMAN GROWTH, FIFTH EDITION
000535 VH 22 min I 1998 Through a series of questions, observations, and portrayal of feelings of a wide variety of young people, this video explains maturation and the reproductive system. Graphics and real-life photography show fetal development and the reproductive system. There is an emphasis on making responsible choices in personal relations and parenthood. The articulate young people touch on the majority of questions and issues common to this age group. This video

THE HYDROLOGIC CYCLE : WATER IN MOTION (CC)
102597 VH 20 min S 1993 EARTH SCIENCE VIDEO LIBRARY SERIES - This video covers concepts relating to the movement of water through the hydrologic cycle. It describes how natural events affect evaporation, condensation, precipitation, runoff and groundwater. Environmental concerns are addressed as well. The single-page viewing guide includes a few vocabulary words, discussion points and class activities.

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I CHOOSE TO CARE WITH DR. HARRY K.WONG
000823 VH 60 min T 2000 ’I Choose to CARE’ contains such motivational topics as: it is the teacher who makes a difference in the classroom, by far the most important factor to student success is the ability of the teacher. Effective teachers choose, that is, they are responsible and accountable for their own actions. They choose to teach, to care, and to enhance lives. This video contains such useful topics as: Start class immediately. Start a class ten minutes late and you can forget the rest of the lesson or class period. Harry K. Wong is an author/consultant who has shared his experience of over three decades of successful teaching with over a halfmillion people at over 3000 presentations. 0827 English 60 min

I,CLAUDIUS PT 11 - FOOL’S LUCK
106004 VH 58 min J 1991 Based on the novels by Robert Graves...The Emperor Claudius is advised to keep his Republican sentiments to himself, for to relinquish his power to the Senate would necessitate the death of the entire Imperial family. Things progress steadily under Claudine rule: finances improve, administrative reforms are made, he keeps his promise to his grandmother Livia to press for her deification. Ignoring his friend Herod’s advise to trust no one, Claudius sommons a former enemy back to Rome as his confidant; Silanus, caught in a web of lies, tries to kill Claudius and is banished. 0387 English 58 min

HYMN TO FREEDOM
For descriptions see individual titles: NOVA SCOTIA : AGAINST THE TIDES [107556] ONTARIO : A HISTORY BURIED [107557] SLAVERY : A CANADIAN STORY, THE PACKWOOD FAMILY [107555]

HYPOTHERMIA: COLD WATER SURVIVAL
104208 VH 12 min JA 1988 David Suzuki explains the dangers of cold water immersion and how to treat hypothermia. 0983 English 12 min

I AM JOE’S HEART
104224 VH 26 min IJS 1991 An update of the classic, "I am Joe’s heart". This new version is based on the latest cardiac research and will provide the viewer with a clearer understanding of how this vital organ functions. 0506 English 26 min

I,CLAUDIUS PT 12 - A GOD IN COLCHESTER
106005 VH 58 min J 1991 Based on the novels by Robert Graves...While Claudius is away from Rome reestablishing Britain as a Roman province, his wife, Messalina, takes a succession of lovers. No one dares tell the Emperor, and she knows that she can easily twist him around her little finger. Who is so foolish as an old man in love? Meanwhile, Claudius’ friend, Herod Agrippa, had risen in revolt against Rome in Jerusalem. Claudius’ reign and his life are threatened when Messalina and her lover are bigamously married at a Bacchanalian wedding feast. Claudius unwittingly orders Messalina’s execution; he learns of her death at the same time he is told that, at Colchester in Britain, the Temple of the God Claudius has been dedicated. Claudius sobs in grief. 0387 English 58 min

I, CLAUDIUS PT 1 - A TOUCH OF MURDER
105994 VH 58 min J 1991 Based on the novels by Robert Graves and set in Ancient Rome... Claudius begins his story with the magnificent banquet which marked the seventh anniversary of the Battle of Actium. Augustus, Livia, Agrippa, and Marcellus are among those attending. Augustus is displeased because Agrippa wants to leave Rome; Agrippa is too old to be Augustus’ successor, but dislikes Marcellus, who is being groomed for the throne. Marcellus’ popularity is evinced by the tumultuous ovation he receives from the crowds at the annual Roman Games; Augustus’ absence from Rome gives Livia the opportunity to summon Marcellus to the Palace and poison him. 0387 English 58 min

I CALLED HER "LOOTAAS
104719 VH 49 min IJSA 1989 In their great war canoe "Lootaas" young Haida Indians retrace a treacherous 1500 kilometre voyage along the storm battered North Pacific coast, duplicating a feat frequently undertaken by their intrepid ancestors. Not for a hundred years has such a craft been seen in these waters. The narrator is the renowned Haida artist and scholar Bill Reid, one of the foremost experts on the Northwest Coast cultures. For Reid this voyage fulfills a lifelong dream, as "Lootaas" passes through the territories of the great coastal tribes and is ceremoniously welcomed by chiefs in full regalia. Tension mounts as the dangerous last leg of the journey must be faced, the crossing of Hecate Strait. The conclusion makes a powerful call for justice and expediency in satisfying native claims. 0198 English 49 min

I,CLAUDIUS PT 10 - HAIL WHO?
106003 VH 58 min J 1991 Based on the novels by Robert Graves...Caligula has turned the Palace into a brothel, run by Senators and their wives, where gambling and orgies regularly take place. Claudius has been appointed door-keeper, and never far away are the German soldiers who act as the Emperor’s personal bodyguards. Claudius, now in his fifties, lives in the poorer quarter of town - a small price to pay, he is advised, for remaining alive. Caligula’s madness proceeds apace, until at last he is assassinated. To be the Emperor’s bodyguard, the Praetorian Guard must find an Emperor, so why not Claudius? Despite his protests that he is a Republican, Claudius is crowned with the gold chaplet. The Guard lift him high on their shoulders as the shout rings out, "Long live Claudius!" 0387 English 58 min

I,CLAUDIUS PT 13 - OLD KING LOG
106006 VH 58 min J 1991 Based on the novels by Robert Graves 0387 English 58 min

I,CLAUDIUS PT 2 - FAMILY AFFAIRS
105995 VH 58 min J 1991 Livia has arranged for the marriage of Augustus’ spoiled daughter Julia, to her son Tiberius, who remains in love with his ex-wife Vipsania. Meanwhile, Drusus, Tiberius’ brother, dies from wounds received in fighting the Germans. Augustus orders Tiberius to leave Rome, believing Agrippa’s two sons to be the best hope for Rome’s future...until Livia promises to take care of them. 0387 English 58 min

I CAN MAKE FRIENDS
100181 VH 15 min KP 1992 With valuable assistance from his talking dog, young Zip learns some of the basic rules about making friends and treating them with respect. 0689 English 15 min

I CAN TAKE CARE OF MYSELF EVISED)
104579 VH 15 min KP 1992 Samantha finally gets the picture about why she should organize herself and clean her room and improve her family relationships. 0689 English 15 min

I,CLAUDIUS PT 3 - WAITING IN THE WINGS
105996 VH 58 min J 1991 Despite Livia’s pleas, Augustus will not allow Tiberius to return to Rome. He

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has also taken Gaius’ sudden and inexplicable death badly. Morals are degenerating everywhere in Rome, Augustus’ daughter Julia having enterained half the Roman nobility. Then Lucius suddenly dies. Tiberius is summoned back to Rome, where he meets up again with his mother and the aging Augustus, who has made Postumus his heir. But Tiberius has been adopted into Caesar’s family as well, and is in line to the succession. And Tiberius is Livia’s son. 0387 English 58 min dinner by cries of alarm and the smell of burning. The little monster, Caligula, has set fire to the house. 0387 English 58 min kids more thoroughly understand AIDS. () 0920 English 30 min

I KNOW AN OLD LADY WHO SWALLOWED A FLY
105084 VH 7 min P 1993 This hilarious and well-loved song, with its whimsical and captivating interpretation is sure to delight. After first swallowing a fly, the old lady swallows a spider, to catch the fly of course. Now to catch the spider she naturally swallows a bird. And so it goes, on and on, until her very last swallow -a horse! 0240 English 7 min

I,CLAUDIUS PT 7 - QUEEN OF HEAVEN
106000 VH 58 min J 1991 Based on the novels by Robert Graves 0387 English 58 min

I,CLAUDIUS PT 8 - REIGN OF TERROR
106001 VH 58 min J 1991 Based on the novels by Robert Graves 0387 English 58 min

I, CLAUDIUS PT 4 - WHAT SHALL WE DO ABOUT CLAUDIU
105997 VH 58 min J 1991 The Roman legions have suffered their worst defeat in four hundred years at the hands of the Germans, and Tiberius is dispatched with a fresh army to secure the Rhine bridgeheads. Meanwhile Claudius, working on his book, meets Livy and Asinius Pollio, who reveal that both his father, Drusus, and his grandfather, Marc Antony, were poisoned because they believed in the Republic. Livia proceeds in the hatching and execution of further plots to enable Tiberius’ accession to the throne. Claudius is married to a giantess who towers above him; Livia and Augustus join in the deafening crescendo of cruel mockery, as Claudius, with twitching head, grins foolishly. 0387 English 58 min

I,CLAUDIUS PT 9 - ZEUS, BY JOVE
106002 VH 58 min J 1991 Based on the novels by Robert Graves...Tiberius has named Caligula his heir. Before his body is even cold, Caligula proclaims himself the new Emperor and begins to distribute to the people and the army some of the money left by Tiberius. Caligula complains of frequent headaches and eventually falls into a coma; when he comes to, he says he has never been ill but instead underwent metamorphosis; despite his mortal appearance, he has actually been reborn and become divine. It has been revealed to him that he is akin to Zeus in power and might. In a final fit of madness, he dresses in the silken robes of Zeus to become a living replica of the Greek god descended from Olympus. 0387 English 58 min

I KNOW AN OLD LADY WHO SWALLOWED A FLY (CC)
A00254 VH 6 min P 1964 The rhyming nonsense song, sung by Burl Ives, is given a humorous animated interpretation. 0714 English 6 min Art

I LIVE IN AN ALCOHOLIC FAMILY
104039 VH 36 min KPIJSCATJS 1988 A group of high school students meet with an alcoholism counsellor to learn how to deal with their lives and take control of their futures as children of alcoholic parents. 0920 English 36 min

I LOVE SCHOOL
For descriptions see individual titles: DEFENSE AND REPAIR [103911] GLANDS AND HORMONES (BODY ATLAS) [103913] PASCAL IN SAINT ANNE DES MONTS (QUEBEC) [002088] TASTE AND SMELL [000159] VISUAL REALITY [000160]

I, CLAUDIUS PT 5 - POISON IS QUEEN
105998 VH 58 min J 1991 Claudius has been married for a year, and is the father of a baby boy. At the Senate, the aging Emperor Augustus wears his best robes to welcome Germanicus and Tiberius on their triumphant return from crushing the rebellious Germans. Claudius tells his brother Germanicus all he has dicovered about Livia’s systematic destruction of all who have stood in the way of her ambitions. Even Augustus falls prey to her poisons. A handful of additional murders and the substitution of a false will for Augustus’ own wishes, and Tiberius becomes Emperor. 0387 English 58 min

I DON’T HAVE TO WORK THAT BIG
013054 VH 27:20 min IJS 1973 Joe Fafard knows cows–the way they tuck in their forelegs to lie down and ruminate, the way a calf romps in the barnyard. He also knows people–all his friends and neighbours of the farming community of Pense, Saskatchewan. And he sculpts them all, in clay, in eloquent little miniatures. Joe’s work has been exhibited throughout western Canada as well as in Paris and New York. Here you see what he does. 0714 English 27:20 min

I THINK OF YOU OFTEN
106932 VH 10 min I 1984 Young men from Canada went off to fight in the great war with enthusiasm and a sense of adventure. As the fighting dragged on, life in the trenches became unbearable, and these same young men watched friends die or become stricken with disease. I THINK OF YOU OFTEN captures the feelings of a young soldier, using actual archival footage from the war, and from letters written to a sweetheart back home. 0470 English 10 min

I, CLAUDIUS PT 6 - SOME JUSTICE
105999 VH 58 min J 1991 Tiberius is now Emperor. Only one man had stood between him and the throne - Claudius’ brother, Germanicus - and now he too is dead of suspected poisoning. Notably absent from his funeral, Livia and Tiberius listen from within the palace of the chants of the hostile crowd without. Agrippina, the widow of Germanicus, swears vengeance, and worries about the future of her sons Nero, Drusus, and Caligula. The family are interrupted at

I HAVE AIDS : A TEENAGER’S STORY
104246 VH 30 min IJ 1991 Thousands of kids in the US have been infected with the AIDS virus. Like young Ryan White did, these kids face the prejudice of people who don’t understand how the AIDS virus can and can’t be transmitted. Until his death in 1990, Ryan White tried to educate people - especially kids about AIDS. In this video, kids learn about AIDS from Ryan in several ways. The video also provides basic biology lessons about cells and viruses to help

I THINK OF YOU OFTEN (CC)
IGLA19 VH 10 min S 1984 Through the eyes of a Canadian soldier writing letters to his girlfriend, and archival film footage, the audience shares the experiences of a young soldier in WWI. Viewers experience his feelings as they change from enthusiasm and a sense of adventure, to boredom, despair and depression. 0605 English 10 min

108 I WANT TO BE AN ARTIST S
104730 VH 15 min 1993 Introduces students to a variety of art careers and art related fields. The careers explored include: art gallery owner; restoration artist; art teacher; computer artist; photographer; and fashion designer. The video begins with a classroom discussion that delivers a definition of "career" and what it is that children like about art. Personal Planning K-7 0104 English 15 min

L’IDENTITE CANADIENNE
013075 VH 26 min JS 1999 Il presente d’abord les concepts d’identite et d’identite nationale, pour les appliquer ensuite a la question de l’identite canadienne. L’emission presente egalement cinq facteurs qui on une influence determinante dans le definition de l’identite canadienne: le regionalisme, les relations entre les francophones et anglophones, le multiculturalisme, la presence des Premieres Nations, l’influence des Etats-Unis. 0104 French 26 min

I’M NO FOOL SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: I’M NO FOOL AS A PEDESTRIAN (CC) [9E0337] I’M NO FOOL HAVING FUN (CC) [9E0349] I’M NO FOOL IN THE WATER (CC) [9E0336] I’M NO FOOL WITH A BICYCLE [9E0332] I’M NO FOOL WITH ELECTRICITY [9E0386]

ICE: BEYOND COOL
002001 VH 52 min JS 2005 Compelling, multi-layered, a vivid kaleidoscope of music, movement and hard-hitting drama, ICE:BEYOND COOL artistically captures an urban teen’s struggle to fight the creeping unreality of her life and the increasing attraction of suicide. AVANTI English 52 min

I’M NO FOOL WITH A BICYCLE
9E0332 VH 8 min I 1948 I’M NO FOOL SERIES - Jiminy Cricket traces the history of the bicycle and points out the safety rules. He sings and dances to "I’m No Fool" as he conducts a safety contest between YO-U and a common ordinary fool. 0571 English 8 min Safety Education

IF THE WORLD WERE A VILLAGE
001035 DV 24 min PIJ 2006 This is a story about the world’s people. It is based on the award-winning book of the same name. It tells us who we are, where we live, how fast we are growing, what languages we speak, what religions we practice and more. So watch and learn about our global village. 0373 English 24 min

ICE CREAM AND POPSICLES (HERE’S HOW) CC
PSC031 VH 10 min P 1991 FROM THE HERE’S HOW SERIES The ’water ices’ of ancient China led to the development of the ice creams of today. Children learn to make their own ice cream as well as observe a plant that manufactures popsicles and ice cream. 0953 English 10 min Primary Science

I’M NO FOOL WITH ELECTRICITY
9E0386 VH 8 min P 1957 I’M NO FOOL SERIES - Jiminy Cricket outlines some of the benefits and dangers of electricity. Demonstrates several basic safety rules. 0571 English 8 min Safety Education

ILOT/ISLET
002082 VH 7 min PI 2004 Concu au coeur de l’Artique, le film Ilot depeint, avec l’epure de l’art inuit et une touche de fantaisie, un monde ou les baleines tombent du ciel et ou les poissons se transforment en ballons. Une ode au Grand Nord qui se levre a l’ocean un peu plus chaque annee et dans lequel nul homme n’est une ile. 0414 French 7 min

IMAGES : 150 YEARS OF PHOTOGRAPHY
104968 VH 50 min S 1991 The Pencil of Nature. A chronicle of American photography with examples from many photographers. Forms a camera’s eye history of America. 0380 English 50 min

IDEACITY 07
000990 DV 55 min JS 2007 This is a 24 part DVD series as seen on Canadian Learning Television, produced by Moses Znaimer.IdeaCity is a new species of annual conference where innovative people say interesting things about the world. There are 5 DVDs with fascinating and influential people like Paul Watson, Ashley Macisaac, Charlotte Gray, Etienne Emile Baulieu, Carl Honore are saying intersting things about the world. 0058 English 55 min

I’M NO FOOL AS A PEDESTRIAN (CC)
9E0337 VH 8 min P 1948 I’M NO FOOL SERIES - Jiminy Cricket shows the mishaps that befall a common ordinary fool as a pedestrian. In the contest that ensues, Y-O-U wins the award for good safety practices by observing the rules for walking safely on highways and city streets. 0571 English 8 min Safety Education

IMAGES AND MEANING: NINE FILMS FOR MEDIA LITERACY
105469 VH 45 min IS 1992 An anthology of National Film Board productions that will spark discussion and learning in media literacy and comunication arts courses. The films are: Zea, Street Kids, Elephantrio, Nails, Aloud/Bagatelle, Return to Dresden, The Age of Invention, Ashes of Doom and Debts. 0714 English 45 min

THE IDEAL RESUME
000061 VH 21 min SA 1997 This concise, informative program shows the viewer how to effectively use a resume as an advertisement selling the job seeker’s achievements, skills, and abilities. Appropriate for both adults and youth in a wide range of situations from the first time job hunter to the career changer, this video covers the purpose of the resume, the styles aof resumes (chronological, skills, and combination), what information to include, what not to include, and what favourably catches the employer’s eye. Also illustrates how to use a resume effectively in conjunction with cover letters to get noticed and to get an interview. 0601 English 21 min

I’M NO FOOL HAVING FUN (CC)
9E0349 VH 8 min P 1948 I’M NO FOOL SERIES - Stresses the importance of recreation and points out safety rules to be observed when having fun. 0571 English 8 min Safety Education

IMAGES OF WOMEN : MEDIA & SOCIETY
104631 VH 54 min JS 1989 For examining the portrayal of women in the mass media - one documentary and six film excerpts. 0714 English 54 min

I’M NO FOOL IN THE WATER (CC)
9E0336 VH 8 min P 1948 I’M NO FOOL SERIES - Animation presents Jiminy Cricket. Illustrates the "do’s" and "don’ts" of water safety precautions in a contest between Y-OU and a Common Ordinary Fool. 0571 English 8 min Safety Education

IMAGINATIVE USE OF FILTERS
104956 VH JS Explore the use of these interesting add-ons. English

THE IMMUNE SYSTEM : YOUR MAGIC DOCTOR
103863 VH 20 min IJS 1989 This imaginative animated film illustrates how the immune system helps your body stay well, fight off diseases and heal injuries. 0983 English 20 min

IN BRANDS WE TRUST
001711 VH 52 min 0257 English JS 52 min 2003

109 IN SEARCH OF SHAKESPEARE
002177 DV 240 min JS 2004 Originally a PBS television series, this contains six 40-minute segments that chronologically explore the life and the times of William Shakespeare from his birth to his death. This superb documentary features excellent narration, detailed footage that includes contemporary English sights, historical documents, paintings and interviews as well as short scences form Shakespeare’s most famous plays. Detailed website (www.pbs.org/ Shakespeare) supplements the series. 0788 English 240 min

IN FLANDERS FIELD
000409 VH 46 min IJS 1998 The First World War’s terrible Second Battle of Ypres has just broken out in Belgium. Canadian troops, stationed along the Yser canal, are under heavy fire...and the number of casualties is mounting. Among the dead is young Alexis Helmer. Dr John McCrae, a friend of Helmer’s, is there to pick up the pieces of the body and deliver a burial service over the gun blasts. Rocked by the death, McCrae would later pen one of the war’s most famous poems, "In Flanders Fields," while looking out over Helmer’s grave. This video chronicles McCrae’s life from his childhood in Guelph, Ontario, to the battlefields of Belgium. It tells the story of his famous poem and pays tribute to the Canadian soldiers who died for a few feet of Belgian soil. Suitable for Remembrance Day. 0714 English 46 min

IMOGENE’S ANTLERS (CC)
PR0451 VH 30 min P 1986 READING RAINBOW SERIES - The feature book is about a little girl, Imogene, who wakes up one morning with antlers growing out of her head and the hilarious adventures that take place in the day. LeVar Burton then takes a close-up look at other animals. 0264 English 30 min Primary

IN SEARCH OF THE BOWHEAD WHALE
000649 VH 49:25 min IJS 1974 An adventure film of a whaling expedition that included Scott McVay, an authority on whales, and filmmaker Bill Mason. With helicopter and Inuit guide, aqualungs and underwater cameras, the expedtion searches out and meets the bowhead and beluga. Award winner. 0714 English 49:25 min

THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST
105915 VH 95 min JA 1952 Oscar Wilde’s comedy about a lovestruck suitor named Jack whose fiancee can only love a man named Ernest. 0784 English 95 min

IN MUD AND WAR
106930 VH 20 min I 1994 The Canadians and the Liberation of Europe. The battle of Normandy ended with Hitler’s armies fleeing in disorderly retreat from northern France towards the Rhine. The port of Antwerp had to be made accessible to freighters as soon as possible in order to ensure passage of the nuch-needed Allied reinforcements and supplies. The First Canadian Army was entrusted with the operation. 0988 English 20 min

THE IMPORTANCE OF WATER
000710 VH 18 min P 1999 Students learn water is essential for life, a major component of the world, and a valuable resource. They see the three ways water manifests itself on the earth (liquid,ice,vapor) and how it is used - personal bathing, washing, cooking...transportation, power, food production, manufacturing. Shows water cycle, erosion, and many more essential facts about water. 0929 English 18 min

IN SEARCH OF THE EDGE
105164 VH 26 min I 1990 An inquiry into the shape of the earth and the disappearance of Andrea Barns. This film is a comprehensive documentary, proving fairly conclusively that the global earth doctrine is little more than an elaborate haox. This is designed as an educational tool to help kids learn to think for themselves. 0604 English 26 min

IN OTHER WORDS
013083 VH 27 min 0714 English IJS 27 min 2001

IMPRESSIONISM TO 1980’S (1850 TO THE PRESENT)
104857 AP IS 1992 This set of museum-quality 22" x 28" art prints accompanies the text: Discovering Art History. 0326 English

IN THE HEAT OF THE NIGHT
ILA060 VH 109 min JS 1967 This 1967 drama explores the racism of the deep South in the early 1960’s. A black detective, on his way home to Philadelphia, is mistakenly arrested for the murder of a wealthy, white industrialist. Quickly cleared of the charges, he is then persuaded to assist in the ensuing murder investigation. The case forces him to work with a bigotted sheriff in a bigotted town in Mississippi. This film version of the novel explores the themes of racism, segregation, and civil rights. 0983 English 109 min Intermediate Language Arts

IN PERU WITH VIVIANA
013356 DV 13:05 min I 2005 THIS IS MY COUNTRY SERIES - This series "This is my Country" will allow children to discover countries around the world through the eyes of a local child aged 6 to 10 who will act as our guide. Look at the different symbols of the country, its flag, the language, currency, schools, traditional costumes and lifestyles. 0373 English 13:05 min

IMPRESSIONIST MASTERS
104917 VH 28 min S 1990 Vol. 1. Shows the work of the Impressionists and teaches about the formal elements that sustain the vitality of this unique artistic expression. 0617 English 28 min

IMPROV
105177 VH 19 min JA 1971 Twelve actors from across Canada work without a script towards an experimental play at the National Arts Centre Studio Company. The process of making the play becomes part of the play. 0714 English 19 min

IN SEARCH OF HUMAN ORIGINS
Episode One: The Story of Lucy, Episode Two: Surviving in Africa, Edisode Three: The Creative Revolution. For descriptions see individual titles: THE CREATIVE REVOLUTION [000134] THE STORY OF LUCY [000127] SURVIVING IN AFRICA [000128]

IN THE LAND OF WAR CANOES
107290 VH 44 min JS 1989 A classic documentary of Kwakiutl Indian life, originally made by Edward S. Curtis in 1914. 0972 English 44 min

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107599 VH 43 min IJ 1993 The program shows the pinnacle of Inca civilization, Macchu Picchu, and then examines its antecedents: cultures that go back to 1500 B.C. and left a rich heritage of architectural ruins and ceramic and metal vessels and ornaments; it also shows Mochica, Chimu, and other artifacts. 0380 English 43 min

sense as well as beauty and grace. 0599 English 45 min

INDIA
002051 VH 30 min JS 2004 HISTORY’S ANCIENT LEGACIES SERIES - For over four thousand years, the lands of India have been home to a remarkable human civilization. This program journeys through the centuries to reveal the continuing story of the Indian people. India’s greatest buildings especially reflect the character of a unique people, culminating in the glory of the Taj Mahal, the greatest monument to human love ever constructed. 0414 English 30 min

THE INCREDIBLE HUMAN MACHINE
103876 VH 60 min IS 1975 Explore the fascinating, microscopic universe that exists within us all. How does the eye adjust to changes in light? How do our muscles enable us to move? How does the eardrum process sound? With the help of sophisticated photographic techniques you are now able to discover the wonders of this internal world. 0689 English 60 min

IN TOUCH WITH THE WORLD:THE HUMAN SENSES SERIES
103844 VH 13 min PI 1982 The story of our skin and shows how sensory receptors in the skin are triggered by outside stimuli to create sensations that are carried to the brain. 0689 English 13 min

INCREDIBLE MANITOBA ANIMATION
104809 VH 50 min IS 1989 A comic cornucopia of animated characters made famous by the National Film Board of Canada. This video contains: "The Cat Came Back", "The Big Snit", "Get A Job", "Getting Started", "The Cat Strikes Back", "Carried Away" and many more. 0714 English 50 min

INDIA: DIVERSE AND COMPLEX LAND
9O1196 VH 20 min I 1987 India, a country about half the size of the United States, sustains 20 percent of the world’s population. This geographic tour vividly illustrates India’s development and modernization in relation to the country’s physical size, massive population, geographic diversity, rich history, and unshakeable traditions. 0352 English 20 min Social Studies

THE INCAS REMEMBERED
000883 VH 60 min JS 1986 JARVIS COLLECTION SERIES Explores the mysteries of this advanced civilization’s disappearance. Marvel at how they got stones up the mountain adn constructed the architectural marvel village of Machu Picchu, before falling to the Spanish Conquistadors. 0489 English 60 min

THE INCREDIBLE WORLD OF THE MICROSCOPE
019211 VH 25 min IJ 2001 Magnifiers and microscopes open a fascinating miniature world where common objects take on awesome, beautiful and, at times, grotesque forms. Viewers will marvel at the multifaceted eye of a dragonfly, the piercing mouth parts of a tiny flea, the elegant symmetry of growing crystals, blood pulsing through the tail of a goldfish, the frenetic world in a drop of water. Students will discover why the microscope is such an important research tool. 0530 English 25 min

INDIA : THE BRIGHTEST JEWEL
107085 VH 20 min JS 1980 TWENTIETH CENTURY HISTORY SERIES - After briefly describing some of the existing evidence of two hundred years of British rule, the program concentrates on aspects of India’s advance towards independence in 1947, from the 1930s onwards. Then, under the Viceroy, a few thousand British ruled that part of the country known as British India. The rest of India consisted of some 600 princely states varying in size and wealth. The British regarded the Princes and large landowners as their allies. 0076 English 20 min

INCISOR, JAW, MOLAR
103717 MO PS Detailed model of jaw with teeth, plus enlarged model of an incisor and molar. 0330 English

AN INCONVENIENT TRUTH : A GLOBAL WARNING
013387 DV 96 min IJS 2006 In French and English. Former Vice President Al Gore presents an eyeopening and compelling view of the future of our planet - and our civilization - in the MUST-SEE documentary of the year. This is a wake-up call that cuts through myths and misconceptions - to deliver the message that global warming is a real and present danger. Chacun d’entrte nous peut changer des aspects de son mode de vie et FAIRE PARTIE DE LA SOLUTION. 0784 English 96 min

INDECISION TIME - UN CANADA ERRANT
107435 VH 24 min JS 1992 A film about English and French Canadians. It asks the basic questions like "How do the English and French feel about each other?" and "Is bilingualism an important part of Canadian heritage? 0562 French 24 min

INDIAN CULTURES : FROM 2000 B.C. TO 1500 A.D
107274 VH 19 min I 1977 INDIAN SERIES - This program takes an archeological and anthropological look at the early North American Indian cultures. It examines the different appearances, languages, customs and religions and shows how pottery affected the lives of the early peoples, how agriculture changed the pattern of the lives of those who adopted it and most important, how their culture patterns developed out of their environment. 0571 English 19 min

THE INCREDIBLE BOOK ESCAPE
105671 VH 45 min PI 1990 P.J. wakes to find she’s been locked in the library at night. With the help of some favorite book characters, she escapes. "Myra" annoys everyone in her dance class by actually becoming trees and animals. Melvin develops the "Furious Flycycle" an airborne bicycle that helps him become a hero. The "Ghost in the Shed" keeps slamming the shed door and "The Practical Princess" is blessed with common

THE INDEPENDENCE SCHOOLHOUSE
101015 VH 20 min T 1992 This video, narrated by Rick Hansen, was a joint project between the Ministry of Education and Ministry Responsible for Multiculturalism and Human Rights and the Man in Motion World Tour Society. It should increase awareness about disabilities and inform audiences about access to programs and technology. 0781 English 20 min

INDIAN SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: INDIAN CULTURES : FROM 2000 B.C. TO 1500 A.D [107274]

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000372 VH 30 min IJS 1993 INDIANS OF NORTH AMERICA VIDEO COLLECTION SERIES - A fascinating study of North American Indians accurately portraying their history, culture and way of life today. Leading Native American scholars discuss the specific histories of each of the North American Peoples and challenge many still-prevalent myths and stereotypes. Each program focuses on the unique history of a particular Indian community. Extensive location filming takes the viewer to reservations where children and elders discuss what it means to be a Native American today. In addition, young adults will come to understand more about these cultures, through photographs, film footage, tribal music, crafts and ceremonies. 0574 English 30 min

INFANTILLAGE: KID STUFF
104819 VH 6 min IS 1990 Assis a son bureau, un enfant dessine ` en chantonnant. Dans la piece voisine, ` ses parents discutent. Le ton de leur conversation monte... la querelle s’intensifie. Ce court metrage d’une ` vive intensite combine dessins et ` animation de marionnettes. 0714 French 6 min

the puzzle of this rapidly growing problem. 0390 English 39:29 min

INNU
000935 VH 52 min PI 1998 Cette video raconte l’histoire de Messenak adopte a l’age de trois ans par ses grands-parents qui l’ont initie aux valeurs traditionnelles innu. Maintenant age de dix ans, Messenak experimente les croyances, les rites et le mode de vie nomade. Sous-titre pour les malentendants. AVIS: La video fait mention du suicide d’un jeune. On voit Messenak, qui est age de 10 ans, chassant avec une carabine et traversant un lac gele avec grand-pere. 0104 French 52 min

INFINITE VOYAGE SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: THE GEOMETRY OF LIFE [102919]

INHERITANCE, THE
107448 VH 58 min S 1980 This film charts the growth of nationalism in Quebec as seen through the careers of Daniel Johnson, once premier of Quebec and leader of the Union nationale party, and his two sons. After Johnson’s death, the sons had to make painful choices between Quebec and Canada. The film shows both of them campaigning in the 1980 referendum -from opposing camps. 0714 English 58 min

INSECT DISGUISES
102917 VH 15 min PI 1992 FROM THE WORLD OF NATURE 2 SERIES - Insects found in rain forests show how an effective disguise can help ward off predators and atrract "dinner". These tiny creatures make use of color, shape, and movement to comouflage themselves. 0470 English 15 min

INDIANS OF NORTH AMERICA VIDEO COLLECTION
For descriptions see individual titles: THE MAYA [000372]

INDIGENOUS PEOPLE : TOWARDS A NEW PARTNERSHIP
107229 VH 15 min S 1994 This video moves from a conference sponsored by the United Nations Council of World Indigenous peoples relate their struggles in managing shrinking resources, encroachment on their lands, disease prevention programs, and negotiation with more powerful governments. A useful summary of global issues presented by strong First Nations spokespeople. First Nations Studies 12 0104 English 15 min

INNER SOLAR SYSTEM: ECLIPSES AND AURORAS
001997 VH 10 min J 2002 Technical information about total and partial eclipses and auroras is provided, using actual footage, timelapse photography and animation. The video reviews and models the correct procedure for safe viewing of an eclipse. This is part of the Space File Series. 0414 English 10 min

LES INSECTES ET LES OISEAUX
002123 DV 35 min PI 1998 SERIE LES YEUX DE LA DECOUVERTE - Les Insectes - Savezvous quelle taille peut atteindre un insecte? Et ses ailis comment fonctionnent-elles? Plus anciens que les dinosaures et 250 millions de fois plus nombreux que les humains, les insectes sont pourant les especes les plus mal-aimees de notre planete. Les Oiseaux - Comment les oiseax volentils? D’ou vient l’expression "avoir un appetit d’oiseau"? Entre ciel et terre, vous suivrez un etonnant parcours. 0574 French 35 min

INNER SOLAR SYSTEM: MOON
001996 VH 10 min IJ 2003 This video covers the origin, formation, and structure of the moon and explains in detail how the moon interacts with the earth. A hypothesis considers the future effect of the moon as it continues moving away from the earth. This video was highly rated by teachers.From the series Space Files. 0414 English 10 min

THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION
106950 VH 30 min JS 1990 Program #21 - The Industrial Revolution - technology and mass production improve the European standard of living but create a new kind of servitude. The Industrial World - the age of industrial expansion fueled by coal, public transportation and new city services transforms Europe. 0574 English 30 min

INSECTS
103393 VH 12 min KPIJS 1979 Students observe metamorphosis and learn that the most numerous creatures on earth all share the same basic characteristics. Includes info on the female monarch butterfly i.e. larva, caterpillar (pupa, chrysalis). A look at life inside a beehive and shows bees outside the hive as they sip nectar and gather pollen helping flowers to bloom etc. Uses animation and the example of a fly to point out characteristics and to introduce insect anatomy. 0689 English 12 min

INNOCENT TRICKS
013111 VH 39:29 min JSA 2001 Innocent Tricks traces the roots of teen prostitution by recounting the harrowing story of two young girls from suburbia. Chantal was raised by hard working, religious parents, yet was a pimp by age fifteen. Jen was from a middle class home. She did well in school and excelled in sports, but a growing drug addiction led her to prostitution at sixteen. This outstanding documentary follows their paths from childhood to the influences and choices that pulled them into the sex trade, and then guides us through their long road to recovery. Emotional interviews with the families, as well as police officers and caseworkers help piece together

INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION, THE
106951 VH 19 min I This video examines the historical background to the first Industrial revolution, the invention of labor saving machinery, the spread of factories, the use of steam power, the iron and coal industries, and the rise of capitalism. It also looks at some of the social and cultural changes resulting from industrialization including contemporary industrial revolutions taking place in Third World countries today. 0599 English 19 min

INSECTS #16
PSC019 VH 25 min P 1990 This resource examines the topic of insect characteristics through comparison. Children in the video model curiosity about insects and participate in a variety of activities which extend their knowledge. These activities include making a compound

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eye and collecting forest insects. 0319 English 25 min Primary Science

THE INSTIGATOR
200215 DV 20 min IJS 2007 The Instigator is a short film which explores many universal themes for people of all ages, especially students, might experience. Based on true events, Mark’s journey is one of many painful experiences. Despite encouragement from some of his friends, he battles low self esteem, suicidal thoughts and continually endures indignant humiliation and embattlement of his peers. Like many tormented students he dreads having to go to school everyday. 0414 English 20 min

INSECTS AND SPIDERS
103397 VH 20 min I An introductory program on insects and spiders. Life cycle. How insects obtain energy. How insects protect themselves and their young. 0267 English 20 min

informed viewpoints about...). Elements of Instructional Intelligence to look for: Academic controversy, Accountability, Participation and Engagement; Structuring groups, Numbered Heads (Kagan), Round Robin (kagan). 0075 English 60 min

CO-OP EDUCATION : GRADE 11
001755 VH 60 min TA 2004 INSTRUCTIONAL INTELLIGENCE DEMONSTRATION LESSONS SERIES - The purposes of the lesson: Human rights issues in the workplace, developing perspectives. Elements of Instructional Intelligence to look for: Place mat, Incorporating late comers, Mental set, Cooperative learning, Ranking ladder. 0075 English 60 min

INSECTS : BODY STRUCTURES AND FUNCTION
103390 VH 14 min I 1988 Shows the wide variety of functional body parts that one finds in the insect population. While the millions of insect species possess distinct features, all insects share a common body structure. 0983 English 14 min

INSTRUCTION ET VIE SOCIALE
107544 VH 11 min PS 1971 Version francaise de 971 VR 517. ¸ 0495 French 11 min

MATHEMATICS: GRADE 5/6
001752 VH 60 min TA 2005 INSTRUCTIONAL INTELLIGENCE DEMONSTRATION LESSONS SERIES - Elements of Instructional Intelligence to look for: 1. Primary Strategy: Concept attainment; 2. Instructional Concepts and Organizers: Safety, Participation, Framing Questions, Wait Time, Accountability;3. Lesson Design: Mental Set, Input, Models; 4. Cooperative Learning: Inside Outside circles; Think pair share, Brainstorm; 5. Tactics: Numbered Heads. 0075 English 60 min

GRADE 1 AND 2 : LANGUAGE STUDIES
013190 VH 60 min TA 2004 INSTRUCTIONAL INTELLIGENCE DEMONSTRATION LESSONS SERIES - Language Studies (Class A) - The purposes of the lesson: Academic: Simple and elaborated sentences; Generate student language. Social: Collaborative Skills. 0075 English 60 min

INSECTS : CYCLES OF LIFE
103389 VH 19 min P 1987 This highly rated film depicts the life cycles of insects. Topics include: life cycles and stages involved (egg, larva, pupa, adult), the interdependency of insects and environment, reproduction, metamorphasis, chrysalis, survival and hibernation. 0983 English 19 min

GRADE 2: MATHEMATICS
013191 VH 60 min TA 2004 INSTRUCTIONAL INTELLIGENCE DEMONSTRATION LESSONS SERIES - Grade 2 - Mathematics. The purposes of the lesson: Academic: Understanding double digit fracctions, Social: Equal participation. 0075 English 60 min

INSECTS: DEFENSES AGAINST ENEMIES (CC)
PR0396 VH 12 min P 1987 The main focus of this film is about how insects protect themselves from predators. The topics include: natural selection, colouration and camouflage, food chains, predators and the evolution of insects. A review of the terms is included. Closed Captioned for the Hearing Impaired. 0983 English 12 min Primary

GRADE 3: MATHEMATICS
001751 VH 60 min T 2004 INSTRUCTIONAL INTELLIGENCE DEMONSTRATION LESSONS SERIES - Barrie Bennett teaches classes that demonstrate a range of instructional strategies and tactics ("Instructional Intelligence"). 0075 English 60 min

INSTRUCTIONAL INTELLIGENCE DEMONSTRATION LESSONS
For descriptions see individual titles: INSTRUCTIONAL INTELLIGENCE: GRADE 1/2 [013189] GRADE 11: SUBJECT: LAW (UNIVERSITY/COLLEGE) [013199] GRADE 4/5 : ART [013193] GRADE 4 : SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY [013192] GRADE 4 : SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY [013195] GRADE 7 : MATHEMATICS [013186] GRADE 8: LANGUAGE ARTS [013187] GRADE 9: ENGLISH (ACADEMIC) [013198] MATHEMATICS: GRADE 5/6 [001752] GRADE 3: MATHEMATICS [001751] Grade 5 : LANGUAGE ARTS [013194] FAMILY STUDIES: FOOD AND NUTRITION : GRADE 12 [001754] CO-OP EDUCATION : GRADE 11 [001755] GRADE 1 AND 2 : LANGUAGE STUDIES [013190] GRADE 2: MATHEMATICS [013191]

Grade 5 : LANGUAGE ARTS
013194 VH 60 min T 2004 INSTRUCTIONAL INTELLIGENCE DEMONSTRATION LESSONS SERIES - Barrie Bannett’s demonstration lesson is with a Grade 5 class doing Language Arts. The Elements of Instructional Intelligence to look for: 1.) Primary Strategy: Concept Formation (Taba); 2.) Lesson Design; Giving Clear Directions; 3.) Cooperative Learning ; Johnson’s 5 (equal voice); 4.) Tactics: Numbered Heads (Kagan); Walkabout. 0075 English 60 min

THE INSIDE STORY: FACTS ABOUT PUBERTY
103892 VH 21 min I 1994 PREVIEW RECOMMENDED. This video covers the topics of puberty, menstruation and menstrual hygiene and clearly demonstrates the proper use of both external and internal sanitary protection. Developed by specialists in adolescent psychology and health education, The Inside Story guides both girls and boys aged 10 to 14 into the world of adolescence. Colourful graphics provide accurate information about their changing bodies and, importantly, throughout the video, girls and boys discuss their own experiences and thoughts during their developing years. 0928 English 21 min

FAMILY STUDIES: FOOD AND NUTRITION : GRADE 12
001754 VH 60 min TA 2004 INSTRUCTIONAL INTELLIGENCE DEMONSTRATION LESSONS SERIES - The purpose of this lesson: Genetically Modified Foods (developing

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GRADE 10: FRENCH [001750] SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: GRADE 8 [001753] WHOLE SCHOOL CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT FOR CORE FRENCH [001756]

INTERVIEW TIPS FROM A RECRUITER
001700 VH 25 min JS 2001 This video gives real tips from a recruiter on how to prepare for and handle the job interview. It covers the basics of knowing the exact location for the interview, what to wear, and showing up on time. Then it zeroes in on the interview with ways to handle the questions and it also suggests questions YOU should ask the person doing the interviewing. 0599 English 25 min

INTRODUCING LINEAR SYSTEMS
001741 VH 40 min JS 2002 Objectives: 1.Understad the meaning of systems of equations and their solution(s). 2.Find solutions to systems of linear equations by graphing.3.Determine whether a system of equations has one solution, no solutions or infinitely many solutions. 0414 English 40 min

GRADE 10: FRENCH
001750 VH 60 min T 2004 INSTRUCTIONAL INTELLIGENCE DEMONSTRATION LESSONS SERIES - This Instructional Intelligence Demonstration Class Video with Dr. Barrie Bennett covers the subject of Grade 10 French. The elements of Instructional Intelligence to look for: 1. Primary Strategy: Various cooperative learning structures; 2. Instructional Concepts and Organizers: Accountability, Participation; 3. Lesson Design: Sharing the Objective; 4. Tactics: Think pair share, Value Line (Body Graph), Numbered Heads (Kagan), Popcorn. 0075 English 60 min

INTRODUCTION TO AESOPS : THE HARE AND THE TORTOI
101573 VH 14 min PI 1991 Another version of the popular Aesop’s fable. 0574 English 14 min

INTO SPACE: THE FUTURE (CC)
104387 VH 11 min 1994 This video uses computer enhanced images and graphics to show some possibilities for future space exploration. Missions to Mars, the Moon, comets and other outer planets are reviewed. In addition, plans for the space station, Freedom, and new shuttle designs are described. From the GALACTIC ENCYCLOPEDIA Series. Closed Captioned for the Hearing Impaired. and IRP006 0104 English 11 min

INTRODUCTION TO CANADA
106568 VH 15 min I 1992 Just where is Canada in the world? What does it include? Students will become acquainted with its provinces and their capitals, as well as its time zones. 0372 English 15 min

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: GRADE 8
001753 VH 60 min TA 2004 INSTRUCTIONAL INTELLIGENCE DEMONSTRATION LESSONS SERIES - The purposes of the lesson: Knowledge of the Water Table. Elements of Instructional Intelligence to look for: Jigsaw, Social skills, Face to face interaction; Numbered heads (Kagan), 4 step interview. 0075 English 60 min

AN INTRODUCTION TO FRANCE: FROM PARIS TO NORMANDY
002032 VH 23 min IJ 2003 This video introduces Paris, the capital of France and looks at a region west of Paris where the "Durands family" lives in the country. Travelling through Normandy we find out about the style of this region by strolling through a small seaside town on the Channel Coast. The video also doubles up as a language program by introducing French words that are relevant to what we see. 0414 English 23 min

INTRODUCING BIOLOGY SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: CIRCULATION [103915]

INSTRUMENTS OF THE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: A NOTE FOR EVERY FINGER [105088]

INTRODUCING EARTH SCIENCE (CC)
102538 VH 20 min S 1994 EARTH SCIENCE VIDEO LIBRARY SERIES - This video presents intoductory conepts in geology, astronomu, meterology, oceanography and hydrolgoy, It identifies the major branches, tools, and activities of Earth Science through the use of live footage graphics and animated segments. A U.S. weather trap is used. The doublesided viewing guide includes six vocabualry workds, five pre-viewing activities and ine post-viewing activities. Earth Science 11 & Geology 12 0104 English 20 min

INTRODUCTION TO PHOTOGRAPHY
104951 VH JS Learn how to handle your 35mm camera with skill and ease. English

INTERNATIONAL SECURITY: THE CANADIAN ROLE
000722 VH 29 min S 1993 This video examines Canada’s multiple relationships and agreements with other nations and groups such as the United Nations, NATO, and the European community. The focus is international security and Canada’s role within it. The material is presented chronologically from the Second World War and the inception of the U.N.to the Persian Gulf war and the Yugoslavian civil war. 0104 English 29 min

INTRODUCTION TO PUPPET MAKING
104838 VH 30 min S 1992 Follow along and learn the art of puppet making with award-winning puppeteer Jim Gamble. Using common household items, Gamble shows how to make an imaginative array of finger, book and rod puppets. He also demonstrates how to create an elaborate marionette puppet. Gamble’s clear and simple presentation makes this program easy for children of all ages to understand. 0129 English 30 min

INTRODUCING FRACTIONS : PRIMARY
001830 VH 14 min T 2001 THE LESSON COLLECTION: MATH STRATEGIES SERIES - Introducing Fractions (Primary Grades) - Using manipulatives and games to introduce fractions. This collection of math strategies is a way to help teachers in all grades add to their repetoire of best practices in the teaching of math. An ideal resource for teachers to use in their ongoing professional development. 0054 English 14 min

INTERVIEW MAGIC: SUCCESSFUL JOB INTERVIEWS
104598 VH 20 min SA 1992 Teaches viewers four keys to successful job interviews: researching the company, being on time, good attitude, and appropriate dress. Group input format stimulates discussion. 0269 English 20 min

AN INTRODUCTION TO RADARSAT: THE CASE OF THE MISSING RICE
000945 VH 27:28 min JS 2001 This video introduces students to how Radarsat and other satellites are able to acquire images of the Earth’s

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surfaces from outer space. Students will learn practical application of the technology in examples of agriculture, coastal surveillance, flooding, ocean circulation, geology, forestry and global warming. Maps, satellite images and interactive student activities are all included in the teacher’s notes. AM PROD English 27:28 min goes in search of his lost son he is followed by the sun, causing winter and summer to occur. 0645 French 19 min

IPIK BAY,NOT THE LAND BUT OURSELVES
107212 VH 27 min IS 1989 In August,1985, about 50 young Inuit men and women from Canada, Greenland and Alaska gathered at Ipik Bay, on the northwestern shore of Baffin Island to consider the basic themes of the International Year of Youth - participation, development, and peace. The program shows them in their discussions as they seek positive answers for the future of Northern Inuit. 0941 English 27 min

INUIT LEGENDS SERIES #2
101632 VH 19 min ISIS 1995 THE MAGIC WATER: Sedna restors the sight of a blind boy. THE BOY WITH A BIG HEART: A boy carries food to his hungry villagers. THE FOX AND THE BEAR: How the polar bear lot his beautiful bushy tail! 0645 English 19 min

AN INTRODUCTION TO THE JUSTICE SYSTEM IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
000666 VH 49 min SA 1999 The purpose of this video is educational- to explain to new Canadians and landed immigrants the fundamentals of Canadian law and citizen (residents) rights as it applies to our province, British Columbia. VIRC English 49 min

INUIT LEGENDS SERIES #2 (FRENCH VERSION)
101630 VH 18 min PI 1995 LE PETIT AVEUGLE: Sedna restores the sight of a blind boy who feeds some hungry seals. LA PECHE HEROIQUE: Ikuljak carries food to his hungry villagers on a sealskin sled. L’OURS ET LE RENARD: How the polar bear loses his beautiful bushy tail. 0645 French 18 min

IRA SAYS GOODBYE
105630 VH 18 min KPIJSCATP 1989 Ira confronts another very real crisis in his life - his oldest and closest friend, Reggie, will soon move away. 0555 English 18 min

INTRODUCTION TO THE WATER CYCLE
102588 VH 13 min I 1988 Explains and clarifies the evaporation condensation - precipitation science concepts that underlie the water cycle of the earth and shows how the sun and winds are major factors affecting this cycle. . 0104 English 13 min

IRA SLEEPS OVER
105629 VH 14 min KPIJSCATP 1987 Based on the story by Bernard Weber. Invited to sleep at a friend’s house for the first time, a young boy faces a quandary when his sister asks the simple question, "Are you taking your teddy bear along? 0555 English 14 min

INVENTOR, PROGRAM 7 (CC)
103712 VH 9 min IJ 1994 WHAT DO YOU WANT TO BE WHEN YOU GROW UP? SERIES - Meet Rudolph Gunnerman who invented the wood pellet stove, the wood pellets it burns, and a remarkable new fuel made from a mixture of oil and water. Career and Personal Planning 8-12; IRP 007 Personal Planning K-7 0104 English 9 min

INTRODUCTORY FOLK DANCE: ELEMENTARY LEVELS I & 2
105198 VH 1984 Grade 6 and 7 students in costume demonstrate four folks dances. 0152 English

IRVING LAYTON OBSERVED
105485 VH 52 min I Filmed in Montreal and Greece, the poet is observed in the very act of transforming fleeting experiences into art, into words that may last. Layton explains the process of giving simple episodes "a meaningful form, so that the banalities slip away, and there is only the celebration and ecstasy of being alive. 0714 English 52 min

INUIT LEGENDS
101617 VH 9 min P 1993 The powerful words and paintings perfectly recapture the essence of the Comanche people, the Texas hills, and the giving spirit of She-Who-Is-Alone, a little girl who sacrifices her most prized possession to save her tribe from the great drought. From that day on, the little girl was known as One-WhoDearly-Loved-Her-People. 0714 English 9 min

INVENTORS AND INVENTIONS
103705 VH 20 min IJ 1995 Surveys a variety of inventions–from compact discs and cellular telephones to better milk jugs–that help us live longer, learn better, be more productive, and enjoy our leisure time. 0689 English 20 min

IS THIS A HOUSE FOR HERMIT CRAB? (CC)
103408 VH 29 min I 1993 READING RAINBOW SERIES - This video deals with different types of animal homes. It follows the standard "Reading Rainbow" series format: an introduction to the story with live footage; the story; concept development with further live footage; and related book reviews by children. English Language Arts K-7 0104 English 29 min

INVERTEBRATES: WHAT ARE THEY?
001740 VH 10 min PI 2002 Filmed in their home habitats, this 10 minute curriculum and standards based program introduces your students to sponges, cnidarians, worms, mollusks, echinoderms, and arthopods. The main presentation is then followed by a multi-question Video-Quiz game. 0414 English 10 min

INUIT LEGENDS SERIES #1
101631 VH 6 min ISIS 1995 THE GOLDEN EGG: A boy, a magic stone and a lost sister. QUEEN OF THE SEA: Sedna is made queen of the sea animals. THE THIRD SEASON: What causes the seasons to occur? 0645 English 6 min

ISAAC ASIMOV’S LIBRARY OF THE UNIVERSE
Explores the depths and reaches of our Universe, from the closest planets to the farthest limits of the solar system. Mixes fact with informed speculation to help your students unravel the mysteries of these distant worlds. Designed to spark lively class discussions and encourage more advanced study. For descriptions see individual titles: THE SOLAR SYSTEM [000008]

INUIT LEGENDS SERIES #1 (FRENCH VERSION)
101629 VH 19 min PI 1995 ´ L’AMIE RETROUVE: When Iksik finds a magic stone, he must use it to rescue his lost sister. RIENE DE LA MER: Sedna’s canoe overturns as she is fleeing from evil but the sea animals save her and make her their queen. LA TROISIEME SAISON: When a father

INVESTIGATE SPIDERS AND INSECTS
103398 VH 24 min P 1986 Two-part program that explores the small world of spiders and insects. Program 1 focuses on the similarities and differences between spiders and insects. Program 2 discusses the growth and development of caterpillars, moths and butterflies. 0925 English 24 min

115 ISAAC NEWTON : IL ETAIT UNE FOIS 2 ISAAC
001821 VH 52 min IJS 2001 SERIE LES GRANDS INVENTEURS Sa theorie de la gravite a certes revolutionne la pensee scientifique mais Isaac Newton a du en payer le prix. 0252 French 52 min Pitch, rhythm, colour, and structure are discussed. English

JACK-A-BOY
E00378 VH 28 min 1980 Relationships are the focus in this touching and gentle adaptation of a Willa Cather short story. A precocious ten-year-old boy, in a turn-of-thecentury setting, develops close relationships with a number of individuals bringing joy and life into their sterile existence. The boy becomes ill and dies. Although his friends are grief-stricken, they realize that they are better people having had him in their lives. 0119 English 28 min English/Language Arts

IT’S ALL IN THE BAG / CLUSTERING FROM TEXT
002002 VH 19 min T 2005 EARLY LEARNING SERIES - It’s All in the Bag supports students in developing language to use in their writing or stories. Adapted from Visual and Verbal Thinking by Brownlie and Grauer. Clustering From Text is a strategy adapted from Reaching for Higher Thought. This strategy helps deepen student comprehension and provides a rich experience for writing. 0634 English 19 min

IT TAKES A TREE
000946 VH 17 min JS 2000 This video discusses what’s being done to protect the environment while your tree is being harvested. It explains what special and unique forests are closed to logging and forever preserved in national parks, wilderness areas and other protected areas. The video addresses reforestation, stream and riparian area protection, wildlife protection, soil erosion and roads, high technology logging equipment and the Forest Practices Code. An informative guide including a bibliography accompanies the video. PAC LOG English 17 min

JACK AND THE BEANSTALK
101533 VH 60 min IS 1982 Fee, Fi, Fo, Fum..." is the giant’s cry to the idealistic hero who trades a cow for magic beans and climbs a beanstalk. Initiative and a little magic make the biggest problems disappear! 0204 English 60 min

IT’S ME, CLAUDIA
105561 VH 19 min PI 1988 A 9 year-old girl learns how to like and accept the way she is. Award winning film. 0983 English 19 min

IT’S A FREE COUNTRY
100924 VH 30 min S 1994 A QUESTION OF JUSTICE SERIES Subject: Charter of Rights and Freedoms - Freedom of Speech. 0953 English 30 min

IT’S TIME : FIRST NATIONS AND THE FUTURE OF B.C
107246 VH 12 min S 1997 The video tells the compelling story of how B.C.’s First Nations continue to struggle for recognition of their aboriginal rights through negotiated treaties. The producer, the First Nations Sunmmit, is confident the video will become a useful tool for those people - aboriginal and non-aboriginal who wish to learn more about treaties and why they are so critically important to our future. 0391 English 12 min

JACK SHADBOLT: METAMORPHOSIS
A00134 VH 27 min EXPRESSIONS SERIES 0793 English 27 min 1980

JACKAL STATUETTE
106748 RE I Statuette of the Jackal, representing Anubis, protector of the dead was placed in tombs to watch over the dead and their possessions. (CAUTION: EARS HAVE BEEN GLUED) 0007 English

IT’S A SMALL WORLD I
106211 VH 42 min KP This program covers five countries from five continents: Brazil, Canada (Haida Indians), Italy, Japan, and Kenya. Each segment presents a different country from the point of view of a native child. The young narrators introduce themselves, and describe their communities, homes and families. They also talk about the school days, hobbies, chores, clothing, meals, holidays, customs and traditions that are unique to their cultures. 0601 English 42 min

IT’S YOUR WORLD: JAPAN SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: JAPAN PROGRAM 2 [9O1174] JAPAN PROGRAM 3 [9O1175] JAPAN PROGRAM 5 [9O1177]

JACKSON POLLOCK
104938 VH 52 min JS 1987 PORTRAIT OF AN ARTISTS SERIES One of the mythic figures of the 1950s, the "cowboy" from Wyoming, Jackson Pollock helped to forge the first great American art movement–Abstract Expressionism. His famous "drip paintings" earned him both notoriety and abuse, and the pressures of newfound celebrity compounded his lifelong struggle with alcoholism, a fight he lost when he died in a car crash at the age of 44. This portrait of Pollock combines archival footage of his life and work with reminiscences from his contemporaries. It explores the truths and legends surrounding this controversial painter–the "James Dean of the Art World"–who embodied the spirit of postwar America and was the first American painter to be ranked with European masters of the 20th century. 0551 English 52 min

IT’S YOUR WORLD: JAPAN SERIES
S00178 VH For descriptions see individual titles: JAPAN PROGRAM 4 [9O1176]

IT’S A SMALL WORLD II
106213 VH 53 min P 1990 This program covers five countries on five continents: Australia, China in Asia, Egypt in Africa, France in Europe and Mexico in North America. Each segment presents a different country from the point of view of native, primary age children. The young narrators introduce themselves and describe their communities, homes, families and their countries’ geography. 0601 English 53 min

IVORY BOX (S. NIGERIA)
107098 RE IS AFRICAN REPLICA: This box, probably intended to hold valuable beads, shows two fighting Portuguese in 16th century dress. The strange position of the heads resembles the Ethiopian practice of painting faces in profile. (16 cm) 0006 English

IT’S ALL DONE WITH STRINGS
105095 VH PS An animated string-quartet performance of Antonin Dvorak’s "The American Quartet" shows how strings and a hollow box can make music.

J. A. MARTIN, PHOTOGRAPHE
106040 VH IS Voici le portrait d’un couple, au tournant du siecle, et de leur amour a ` ` refaire. 0714 French

JACOB HAVE I LOVED
ILA054 VH 60 min JS Based on the novel by prize-winning author, Katherine Patterson, this video sensitively addresses problems of

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sibling rivalry and the search for selfidentity of a teenaged girl against the background of a 1940’s East Coast American fishing community. 0983 English 60 min Intermediate Language Arts

JANE OF LANTERN HILL
105857 VH 104 min J 1990 This 1990 Sullivan film production is a faithful adaptation of the L.M. Montgomery novel. It develops some issues that Montgomery explores in Anne of Green Gables. The video shows the resolution of a family situation that has been adversely affected by the interference of outsiders working for their own purposes. 0589 English 104 min

JAPAN PROGRAM 2
9O1174 VH 15 min I 1984 IT’S YOUR WORLD: JAPAN SERIES This program deals with everyday life in Japan. It includes segments on food and recreation. 0953 English 15 min Social Studies

JACQUES CARTIER
107500 VH 14 min JS 1996 EXPLORERS OF CANADA SERIES Cartier was sent across the Atlantic Ocean in 1534 on behalf of France to find the legendary sea route to the riches of the East Indies and China. Instead Cartier discovered the St. Lawrence River and laid claim to a new land which rivaled the claim made by John Cabot of England. Thus began the great rivalry between England and France for the Empire that was the New World. 0065 English 14 min

JAPAN PROGRAM 3
9O1175 VH 15 min I 1984 IT’S YOUR WORLD: JAPAN SERIES This program deals with government, language and aspects of Japanese culture. 0953 English 15 min Social Studies

HISTORY’S ANCIENT LEGACIES: JAPAN
001761 VH 30 min IJ 2003 The story of Japan is like that of no other nation on Earth. For two thousand years, the Japanese people have lived an often-isolated life of striking contrasts. The military aspects of Japanese history are familiar to many, and this fascinating program reveals the achievement of the famous Samurai warriors with their noble Code of Bushido. By examining all sides of the Japanese story, the identity of a unique society is revealed. 0414 English 30 min

JAPAN PROGRAM 4
9O1176 VH 15 min I 1984 IT’S YOUR WORLD: JAPAN SERIES This program deals with the seasonal festivals of Japan. 0953 English 15 min Social Studies

JAMES KUDELKA
105188 VH 28 min JS 1987 One of the most acclaimed of Kudelka’s ballets, In Paradisum, was choreographed in 1983 for Les Grands Ballets Canadiens to a commissioned score by Michael J. Baker. The ballet is in four movements representing the stages of an individual’s confrontation with death -from shock and disbelief, to anger and isolation. Inspired by the writings of Elizabeth Kubler-Ross and the drawings of Kathe Kollowitz, Kudelka has created a work which is ultimately spectacular and moving. James Kudelka was a principal dancer and choreographer with the National Ballet of Canada. He joined Montreal’s Les Grands Ballets Canadiens in 1982 and in 1992 was appointed Artist-inResidence with the National Ballet of Canada. [Discussion guide for videos 792 VR 801 through 792 VR 806.] 0324 English 28 min

JAPAN PROGRAM 5 JAPAN
106436 VH 16 min I 1987 FAMILIES OF THE WORLD SERIES Shows the home and school life of a 12-year-old girl who lives in a fishing village on the Japanese island of Honshu. 0689 English 16 min 9O1177 VH 15 min I 1984 IT’S YOUR WORLD: JAPAN SERIES This program deals with arts and crafts including Origami, Bansai and Ikebana. It also contains segments on mail-fax, robotecs and recycling. 0953 English 15 min Social Studies

JAPAN
107044 VH 20 min IJS 1992 An introduction to Japan’s society, economy and politics. Covers aspects of technology, population, consumerism, exports and foreign policy. 0267 English 20 min

JAPAN : THE FAMILY NATION
107040 VH S Examines how the Japanese have combined hard and clever innovation with an uncompromising scrutiny of business and industry to rise from near obscurity to a major industrial power. English

JANE DE LANTERN HILL
106116 VH 111 min 1989 Jane Stewart est la fille de Norma et Andrew. Andrew, la pere, est un ` ecrivain qui vit sur l’ˆle-du-Prince` ı Edouard. NOrma, la mere, malade de ` polio,est a l’hopital a Toronto. Puisque ` ˆ ` les parents de Jane sont separes, Jane ` ` doit vivre avec sa grand-mere ` maternelle, Madame Kennedy, une femme de caractere fort. Dans la ` video, Jane se trouve au centre d’une ` enigme a qu’elle essaie de dechiffrer. ` ` ` 0589 French 111 min

JAPAN
107071 VH 25 min SA 1992 Shows how Japan has adapted Western-style democracy to create a form of government that reflects its history and culture; reveals democracy in action at local, regional, and national levels and illustrates influential role of rural voters. 0689 English 25 min

THE JAPAN THEY DON’T TALK ABOUT
107043 VH 50 min SA This program contrasts our popular perception of Japanese manufacturing as a high-tech paradise, with problems underlying Japan’s "economic miracle". 0983 English 50 min

JAPAN : NATIONS OF THE WORLD SERIES
107041 VH 25 min JS 1987 The film explains that once Japan decided to adopt certain Western methods and ideas, it transformed itself into a highly industralized Nation that has become one of the economic leaders of the world - all in little more than 100 years. 0689 English 25 min

JANE EYRE
105987 VH 239 min J 1983 A made-for-British-TV mini-series based on the famous Charlotte Bronte novel about the maturation of a homeless English waif. 0205 English 239 min

JAPANESE BOY: THE STORY OF TARO
106439 VH 20 min IJ This film shows a Japanese boy at home and school, revealing the attitudes, customs, and problems of a farm family. 0585 English 20 min

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104920 VH 30 min SS 1990 PALETTES SERIES - In 1895, for the first time, Claude Monet painted the Japanese bridge that he had built over a little pond strewn with water lilies. Until his death, in 1926, he went back to this same theme dozens of times. This video provides a survey of the life and work of this French Impressionist artist and images and insights into his techniques and ideas. An analysis is provided of his colour studies and applications as well as his compositional styles. Monet’s influence on other artists, including his pioneering the idea of paintings in a series, is highlighted. Visual Arts 8-10 0585 English 30 min valeur d’exemple pour les NordAmericains? 0714 French 28 min `

JE VIS TA VIE
For descriptions see individual titles: DEFI EN CHAISE ROULANTE [002169] ELLE ET LUI [002167] PAS DE DEUX [002168]

JARVIS COLLECTION
For descriptions see individual titles: THE INCAS REMEMBERED [000883]

JASON AND THE ARGONAUTS
100208 VH 20 min Animated Greek myth. 0983 English 20 min IJS

JEAN CHRETIEN
002096 VH 94 min S 2003 LIFE AND TIMES SERIES - This biography of former prime minister, Jean Chretien, gives a current account of his personal and professional life. As well, insight is provided into the internal workings of the federal government and Canada’s interactions with other governments. The video could also be used to aid understanding of the defeat of recent Quebec separatist referenda. 0414 English 94 min

JAZZ DANCE : BEGINNING LEVEL : WITH CHRISTY LANE
000432 VH 45 min IJS 1990 Jazz dance...this popular dance form is seen on the stage, in movies, on television as well as in nightclubs, at sporting events, in gymnastics, dance team and skating routines. It is a means of self expression that is exciting, challenging, entertaining, and artistic. This natural form of dance is freer, more exciting, more rhythmic and more contemporary than other dance forms. Jazz dancing teaches the body to move rhythmically while challenging the mind with patterned movement. It can develop muscle tone, reduce fatigue, psychologically release tension and build self-esteem by giving you control over your body. CAN-ED English 45 min

THE JAPANESE FAMILY (THE LIFESTYLE OF THE BUSINES
107057 VH 35 min IS 1989 This video presents a view of contemporary Japanese family life through the stories of three Japanese families. Among the issues discussed: The changing roles of husbands and wives, the effects of the competitive society on child-rearing, the breakdown of the extended family and dissatisfaction with materialism. 0262 English 35 min

JOB HUNTING: THE BASIC FUNDAMENTALS
104597 VH 28 min SA 1992 Three people with different backgrounds, a recent high school graduate, an administrative assistant with ten years experience, and an accounting clerk who’s looking for advancement use traditional and nontraditional methods to find work. At the conclusion of the program, the personnel director who conducted the interviews assesses the strengths of the three candidates.. 0269 English 28 min

JAPANESE SOCIETY (IN TOKYO AND IN THE COUNTRY)
107059 VH 23 min IS 1989 This video covers typical, neighborhood relationships of the people living in the older section of Tokyo. The story’s main character is exposed to high land and commodity prices, how people cope living in new housing developments in regional communities, and the problems of young people leaving their farms for the cities... reducing the agricultural work force. 0262 English 23 min

JE COMPOSE DES HISTOIRES
105345 VH 20 min I 1982 Contenu: Deux personnes et un vieille voiture, deux personnes et un bate en ˆ cartons, deux personnes et un haut-deforme, deux personnes et le vroumerang, deux personnes et un bac. 0910 French 20 min

JOB INTERVIEW SKILLS
104599 VH 30 min S 1993 Features role playing, discussion, and expert advice on the initial interview process. Topics covered include: techniques and strategies that contribute to a successful interview; the importance of preparing for an interview; recognizing the interview as an opportunity to make a favourable impression; practicing a variety of interview situations; learning to sell yourself. . 0104 English 30 min

JE L’APPELLAIS "LOOTAAS
104720 VH 49 min IATA Voir 709 VR 005. 0198 min French 1989 49

JAPANESE TECHNOLOGY (A TRADITION OF CRAFTSMANSHIP
107058 VH 24 min IS 1989 This video explores the development of Japan’s ground-breaking technological advancements, both in product and in production technologies. It provides a thorough understanding of how the Japanese sense of shame, preference for groups, education system and detail-oriented nature has influenced the world’s leading technology. 0262 English 24 min

A LICENSE TO REMEMBER: JE ME SOUVIENS
013225 VH 51 min IJS 2002 Quebec license plates don’t sport cutesy tourist slogans like "Canada’s Ocean Playground" or "Land of Living Skies." Instead they draw attention to the past with "Je me souviens" ("I remember") - a motto that cuts to the heart of Quebec history and society. To find out just what "Je me souviens" means to Quebecers, director Thierry Le Brun sets off across the province, license plate in hand. He rides a dog sled, goes ice fishing, visits an emu farm, joins Carifiesta celebrations and even gets pulled over by the cops. In the process, he meets a cast of characters - both famous and unknown- with wildly differing views on the provincial motto. In French and English with subtitles. 0714 French 51 min

JOE DAVID: SPIRIT OF THE MASK
104777 VH 24 min IS This film follows West Coast native artist Joe David’s creative process of carving, then performing the spiritual dance for his ceremonial wolf mask. Interwoven are personal reflections on the influences in his life: his childhood village, education at a Catholic boarding school, nature and time spent in the city. Joe David: Spirit of the Mask explores the vitality of the cultural revival now underway in many native communities across Canada. 0562 English 24 min

JAPON INC. - UN MODELE POUR L’AMERIQUE DU NORD?
107042 VH 28 min IS 1989 Explique en details les causes des ` prodigieuses realisations de ce peuple. ` Les moyens mis en oeuvre ont-ils

118 JOHANN’S GIFT TO CHRISTMAS
101378 VH 30 min PI 1991 The adventures of Johann, a streeturchin mouse, and the elderly, jaded church mouse, Viktor, who teaches him how to play the organ and to pick out a song he composed - the melody of Silent Night. 0604 English 30 min

JOURNEY TO NUNAVUT: THE KREELAK STORY
000624 VH 48 min IJS 1999 Martin Kreelak was born in an igloo on the coast of Hudson Bay in 1954. In 1985 he joined the first group of videomakers for the Inuit Broadcasting Corporation. This video tells the remarkable story of a Caribou Inuit family who were Canada’s last nomads. Martin is a member of this family and also a principal character in this video. He and his older brothers and sisters tell of their early life hunting on the tundra to the present, when they take the reins of the new territory of Nunavut on April 1, 1999. 0714 English 48 min

Julius Caesar. Presented are issues such as theme and plot interpretation, character motivation and personality, pertinent historical references, line delivery, staging... in short all that goes into Shakespearean dramaturgy. 0296 English 23 min English/Language Arts

JOHN CABOT
106254 VH 16 min 1996 EXPLORERS OF CANADA SERIES Who was the Great Admiral? What was John Cabot like? Cabot witnessed the return of Christopher Columbus and decided then that he would seek the New World. Here in dramatized style is the story of John Cabot. His fame was widespread but his career as an explorer was tragically short. Journey with us on this amazing adventure. 0065 English 16 min

JULIUS CAESAR (SHAKESPEARE IN REHEARSAL) (CC)
IGLA12 VH 23 min S 1991 This video shows playwright William Shakespeare and two actors rehearsing scenes from Julius Caesar and discussing the play. During the course of the rehearsal, they examine characters’ motives and consider the play’s background and major themes. 0571 English 23 min

JOYFUL NOISE
105481 VH 18 min KPIJS 1991 Based on a book by Paul Fleischman and illustrated by Eric Beddows. A celebration of life which recreates the "booming/boisterous/joyful noise" of insects through poetry, art, and music. 0058 English 18 min

JUMP-UP : CARIBBEAN CARNIVAL IN CANADA (CC)
101446 VH 11 min PI CELEBRATING TOGETHER SERIES Canada is all snow, thinks Lisa, feeling homesick for the warm sun and friendly life of her Caribbean homeland. But her sad thoughts begin to melt away when Sophie moves in next door and Lisa soon invites her new friend to share a Caribbean meal. They help Lisa’s mom make a costume for JumpUp, and hear the haunting story behind the costume. The day of Jump-Up arrives, and the parade is filled with the customs and history of the islands. Lisa and Sophie have a great time and immediately begin planning for next year’s Jump-Up. Already Canada is beginning to feel more like home! 0714 English 11 min

JOHNNY APPLESEED
105658 VH 52 min IS 1989 Shelley Duval’s Tall Tales and Legends. Martin Short is a delight as Johnny Appleseed, the American legend who traveled the frontier wearing a burlap sack, sporting a pot for a hat, and carrying a pouch full of apple seeds. 0807 English 52 min

JUGGLING
105202 VH 1984 Introduction to juggling. Shows (in slow motion) basic skills needed to teach juggling. 0148 English

JUKE-BAR
000065 VH 10 min PIJS 1989 A musical comedy combining puppet animation with live action, Juke-Bar rocks to a big-band beat. 0714 English 10 min

LES JOHNSON
107442 VH 58 min S 1992 Veritable chronique sociale et politique ` du Quebec de 1915 a 1980, ce film ` ` nous presente la "dynastie politique" ` des Johnson. 0714 French 58 min

JULIE OF THE WOLVES
105612 VH 38 min I 1985 While running away from home and an unwanted marriage, a 13 year old Inuit girl becomes lost on the Alaskan tundra and is befriended by a wolf pack. An adaptation of the book of the same title by Jean Craighead George. 0058 English 38 min

JONATHAN A PERDU UNE DENT
106058 VH 5 min PI 1992 Jonathan a perdu une dent qu’il conserve soigneusement a l’ecole. ` ` Lorsque Gisele et Martin se rendent ` dans la classe pour la recuperer, la dent ` ` a disparu. 0665 French 5 min

JUNGLES: THE GREEN OCEANS
000525 VH 23 min IJ 1989 Jungles are some of the most exciting, mysterious and complex areas of our earth. The video helps viewers learn how these successful and selfcontained ecosystems have flourished through the delicately balanced interaction of animals, plants and climate. Highlighted is the "law of survival" in the animal kingdom and the many forms of wildlife adaptation to the jungle’s environment. The video also examines man’s continuing withdrawal of natural resources - an ever-present threat to these long-established natural communities. 0350 English 23 min

JULIE’S STORY
103917 VH 13 min I 1991 This is a Kimberly-Clark production about menstruation. 0263 English 13 min

UN JOUR DE NEIGE
105600 VH 6 min PI 1991 Un film d’adaptation base sur le livre par Ezra Jack Keats. 1037 French 6 min

JULIUS CAESAR
E00139 VH 160 min 1978 SHAKESPEARE SERIES 0076 English 160 min

JOURNEY THROUGH THE PAST
104834 VH 28 min P 1973 Puppet travellers journey through a forest to the seashore. A man then asks them to depict in clay what they have seen on their way. Ways of working with clay are demonstrated. 0094 English 28 min

JULIUS CAESAR
E00863 VH 23 min I 1989 Imagine that the clock has been turned back some 400 years, that you are seated front row center in London’s Globe Theatre, and that William Shakespeare is directing the rehearsal of several scenes from his new play

JUST WATCH ME: TRUDEAU AND THE ’70S GENERATION
013223 VH 76 min JS 1999 It wasn’t easy growing up under the elegant and enigmatic Pierre Trudeau. In JUST WATCH ME, we meet eight people from across the country who did: Anglo and Franco, separtist and federalist, idealist and realist. People

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whose personal and national dreams are intertwined. They are the Trudeau generation-Canadians who grew up during the ’70s, like director Catherine Annau, who looks at the lasting effects of Trudeau’s audacious attempt to reconfigure the idea of Canada. 0714 English 76 min

KENYA - LIVING WITH LIONS
002026 VH 15 min I 2001 In this program we meet Nkoidila Ole Kisemei who is a young Maasai living just outside the Maasai Mara Game reserve in Kenya. Focuses on the boma(enclosed home) where the family lives and what the children may view as the traditional African way of life - and images of wild animals of the grasslands. 0414 English 15 min

development of two major Canadian transportation routes, the TransCanada Highway and the Canadian Pacific Railway.Sweeping scenic views are shown as viewers explore the terrain which includes three significant wetland habitats. 0414 English 23 min

JUSTICE DENIED (CC)
107214 VH 99 min S 1990 A searing indictment of "white man’s justice" that traces the dramatic events leading to Donald Marshall’s arrest, his trial and nightmarish prison ordeal. 0714 English 99 min

THE KID WHO COULDN’T MISS
106890 VH 79 min JS Powerful docudrama is a fascinating account of how William Avery (Billy) Bishop became one of the leading fighter-pilots of World War I. Rare archival footage of WWI dog fights in the air, scenes from old movies and interviews with Bishop’s comrades-inarms complete the story. What emerges is a serious enquiry into the making of legends, the nature of heroism, and the dark side of war. 0714 English 79 min

THE KEY TO CANADA
YRY009 VH 29 min ORIGINS: A HISTORY OF CANADA SERIES - Jacques Cartier’s three voyages to Canada led to the establishment of the first French colony in North America. Highlighted in this program are French contacts with the Iroquois, discovery of the St. Lawrence River, the legend of the Kingdom of Saguenay, and France’s fledgling colony. 0471 English 29 min First Nations (Socials)

KAMIK (CC)
104677 VH 15 min IS 1989 Ulayok is one of the last of a generation of Inuit born and bred on the land, but her skills in making the seal skin boots called Kamik may soon be lost in the cultural transformation overtaking her community. 0714 English 15 min

KIDNEY FUNCTIONS
103912 VH 5 min JS 1990 Videotape uses microphotography to demonstrate the overall function of the kidney. A coloured dye is injected and its movement through the tubules of the system can be traced. [Teachers should note that live rat and frog dissections are used.] Biology 11 & 12 0104 English 5 min

KEYBOARD INSTRUMENTS
105102 VH 37 min IS 1988 This program introduces viewers to the main keyboard instruments, to the people who composed for them, and to the music written for them. The program focuses on the piano; a brief survey of piano manufacture is presented and attempts to improve the instrument. 0348 English 37 min

KANDINSKY: PORTRAIT OF AN ARTIST
104906 VH 60 min JA 1986 Kandinsky painted the first totally abstract picture and thereby created a milestone in modern art. A native of Russia, he taught at Munich’s Bauhaus and ended up in Paris as a leader of the Abstract Impressionist movement. 0451 English 60 min

A KIDS
For descriptions see individual titles: MY FIRST GREEN VIDEO [101059]

KEYEYE : MAKING KIDS SAFE
104099 VH 51 min I 1996 The video empowers children by stressing that they can play a role in getting out of dangerous situations. Children are teaching children by sharing their own ideas and opinions. The Keyeye program was created by Robin Webb and Judy Houghton in the 1980s. It was developed in British Columbia schools and is now taught in many countries. 0525 English 51 min

KANEHSATAKE : 270 YEARS OF RESISTANCE
107302 VH 119 min S 1994 This video provides an in-depth chronological view of the 1990 Oka Crisis. A historical account of the 270 years of Mohawk relations with the British and French is also provided. Footage of the actual events, as well as that of other journalists, is combined with interviews to show and explain what occurred over the 2 1/2 month standoff. The roles and feelings of various participating groups are examined within the context of the crisis. First Nations Studies 12 0104 English 119 min

KIDS ARE WORTH IT SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: WINNING AT PARENTING : WITHOUT BEATING YOUR KIDS [101193]

A KID’S GUIDE TO PERSONAL HYGIENE
104060 VH 17 min KPIJSCATP Part 1: "If you’re gonna to be a grub then you gotta learn to scrub". Part 2: "Nobody likes a stinky kid". Songs created and sung by popular children’s entertainer, Bill Harley. 0546 English 17 min

KEYSTONE SPECIES: TIDEPOOLS
013390 VH 9 min I 2003 This award-winning video provides a realistic demonstration of the ecosystem associated with tidepools and the seashore. It explains the importance of individual species to the larger system and demonstrates the effects and damage of removing a single species. Filmed in a locale similar to British Columbia’s coast. 0414 English 9 min

KIDS IN THE KNOW
001043 KT T 2008 The Canadian Centre for Child Protection has put together this comprehensive resource designed for children and youth from Kindergarten to High School. The purpose of the program is to reduce child/youth victimization by teaching effective personal safety strategies. Lessons on child personal safety and sexual exploitation are divided equally throughout the document. KIDSIN English

KEN DANBY
A00195 VH 12 min 1980 This program takes a look at Ken Danby’s work with a discussion by art critics and by Danby describing the technical aspects of his craft and the thinking processes involved in his choice of topics and image development. 0463 English 12 min Art

KICKING HORSE RIVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA
002028 VH 23 min IJS 2003 Kicking Horse River in B.C. is a glacierfed river that attracts geologists and historians. The river influenced the

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000421 VH 46 min IJS 1998 Jordan Scroder has places to visit and people to meet. Travelling from the Okanagan Valley to the Bay of Fundy, the roving 14-year-old renews old friendships in this engaging road diary. Jordan catches up with young people who first appeared in the 1993 hit documentary, A Kids’s view of Canada. Whether pronouncing on Don Cherry or Mike Myers, the referendum or the fishing crisis, Jordan and his friends display a fresh humour and surprising even-handedness in their remarks on the key issues facing the country 0714 English 46 min

Chronicles" by the English historian Raphael Holinshed. It was probably first performed in 1595 and first published in 1597. (2 videos) 0749 English 172 min

KNOW THE SCORE:DANGERS OF PERFORMANCE ENHANCING DRUGS
001797 VH 25 min JS 2002 The dangers and risks of performanceenhancing drugs are explored, with specific reference to: anabolic steroids, supplements, creatine, stimulants, diuretics and hormones HGH and EPO. The pressure to use these drugs and the health risks are explained, as well as healthful ways to build self-esteem. 0414 English 25 min

KINGDOM OF PLANTS SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: WHAT IS A FLOWER? [103166] WHAT IS A LEAF? [103165] WHAT IS A PLANT? [103163] WHAT IS A SEED? [103167]

KITCHEN SAFETY: IS YOUR KITCHEN OUT TO GET YOU
014343 DV 14 min JS 1996 Talk to folks at the ER and they’ll tell you the kitchen is the most dangerous room in the house. It’s a workplace filled with potential danger-scalding water, sizzling oil, hot pans, electricity and water, razor sharp knives, whirring blades, red hot ovens, natural gas and bagels. Bagels? It seems a bagel is one bread that ights back. 0599 English 14 min

KOMODO DRAGON: THE LARGEST LIZARD
102914 VH 15 min PI 1992 FROM THE WORLD OF NATURE 2 SERIES - The Komodo dragon is characterized by a large mouth, dry skin, and sharp claws, but its most outstanding feature is size. Identified only in 1912, the dragon has carried on its hunting and breeding rituals on Komodo Island for centuries. 0470 English 15 min

KILLER QUAKE
102594 VH 60 min Metropolitan Los Angeles is sitting on ground zero, and even as Southern California struggles to repair itself from the tragedy at Northridge, seismic pressure continues to build below the ground. This video examines whether we can learn enough about these geological mysteries in time to minimize widespread destruction. 0585 English 60 min

KLEE WYCK
000620 VH 15:45 min IJS 1947 Filmed in 1946, this is the story of Emily Carr, who found exciting subject matter in British Columbia’s Pacific coast, its giant trees and its Indian villages, totems and carvings. Her canvases are shown with the scenes where they were painted. This video is part of the Candian Artists series. It is no. 5 of that series. 0714 English 15:45 min

THE KORAN: THE HOLY BOOK OF ISLAM
000691 VH 20 min 0104 English JS 20 min 1995

KILLER WHALES IN THE WILD
103646 VH 25 min PIJS 1991 The video focuses on the population of killer whales that live in the Pacific Northwest and on two people who have dedicated their lives to learning about these mysterious animals in their natural habitat. 0212 English 25 min

THE KOREAN CONFLICT
107038 VH 15 min IJS 1982 Covers the Korean War, fought between 1950 and 1953, as an unusual and important chapter in the U.S. military history. Tells how unlike previous wars, which were fought for total victory, the Korean War was a limited war. 0599 English 15 min

KNIGHTS AND ARMOR
000018 VH 97 min IJS 1994 Clad in burnished metal upon a steed of superior might, William Marshal was an invincible force. In battles and tournaments throughout medieval Europe, he brought unprecedented glory to himself and his queen. KNIGHTS AND ARMOR recaptures the chivalry and grandeur of this legendary time. A&E English 97 min

KILOWATT OURS:ENERGY CONSERVATION AND RENEWABLES
013343 DV 35 min JS 2005 Do you know where your electricity comes from? Kilowatt Ours traces electricity from your light switch at home to the source, exposing the consequences of energy production, global climate change, air pollution, and mountain top coal mining. This DVD introduces viewers to individuals, businesses and schools that have cut their energy use (and bills) in half. Empowers viewers to become part of the clean energy revolution. 0604 English 35 min

KOREAN WAR : THE UNTOLD STORY
000716 VH 38 min S 1994 This video is an examination of the American involvement in the Korean War. It attempts to draw attention to the participation of the U.S. and the experiences of individual servicemen in what the video suggests may become the "forgotten war" of the post-war period. Introduced and narrated by Loretta Swit, the video uses maps, personal interviews, and archival film to explore the American and U.N. roles in Korea. Maps and diagrams are used to illustrate military strategy. Recommended for History 12. 0104 English 38 min

KNOTS ON A COUNTING ROPE (CC)
PR0452 VH 30 min P 1987 READING RAINBOW SERIES - The feature book reveals a dialogue between a blind Native American boy and his grandfather. As the grandfather tells the boy a story, he ties another knot in a counting rope. The boy has heard the story many times before; it is of his birth and his accomplishment in winning a horse race. Also included is a documentary about people who have overcome obstacles including a successful TV news reporter, Bree Walker, who overcame the obstacle of physical deformity. 0264 English 30 min Primary

KING LEAR
105911 VH 158 min JA 1984 Award-winning production of Skakespeare’s play starring Sir Laurence Olivier. 0424 English 158 min

KOSOVO: FRAGILE PEACE
013133 VH 53 min JS 2002 In the hear of Kosovo, an international mission struggles to bring democracy to a land torn apart by bloodshed. Canadian lawyer Carolyn McCool is trying to build bridges between Kosovo Albanians and Serbs. Her greatest challenge is to ensure Serb participation in the region’s first free

KING RICHARD II
105924 VH 172 min S 1982 William Shakespeare series starring David Birney and Paul Shenar. Richard II is a story based partially on "The

central election. A 1999 NATO bombing campaign halted an attempt by Serb forces under Slobodan Milosevic to eliminate Albanians from Kosovo. But it has not brought peace. Carolyn is joined by her 20-year-old daughter who documents her adaventures in a video diary. This film offers a rare glimpse into democracybuilding and the life in a post-conflict society. 0714 English 53 min

that are very harmful for plants. 0983 English Primary

121 THE LAND OF THE PHARAOHS
013175 VH 80 min IJS 2000 ANCIENT CIVILIZATIONS SERIES The Land of the Pharaohs awakes–and this magical program is there to capture it. You experience the splendor of ancient Egypt by viewing two of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, the Pyramids and the (Pharos)Lighthouse at Alexandria; and exploring the Temple of Luxor, the Temple of Ramses, and the Great Temple of Abu Simbel. These breathtaking reconstructions give you a feel for ancient Egyptian life tha no conventional history can provide. 0357 English 80 min

LAKES & PONDS / CAVES
013145 VH 47 min IJ 1998 Bodies of water surrounded by land on all sides are called lakes (if they’re large) and ponds (if they’re small). Lakes and ponds are formed when waater collects (it pools!) in a low place in the ground. Water comes from rain, rivers, waterfalls and underground aquifers. Freshwater ecologists Andrew Leslie shows how monitoring the health of the frogs and salamanders in a pond indicates the state of our own environment. Caves: Join Bill as he explores the fascinating, spooky bizarre world of caves! Caves come in all shapes and sizes depending on how they were formed. Most caves are made by water you never know what kind of living things you’ll run into in a cave, either. Caves have their own unique forms of live–it’s a whole different world where the sun don’t shine. English 47 min

KRATER OF HERACLES AND ANTAEUS
104923 VH 30 min S 1992 The krater is signed by Euphronius, a painter whose refined style can be found on numerous objects. The krater describes a famous fight in Greek mythology. 0585 English 30 min

LAND OF THE SPIRIT BEAR
013379 KT 12 min IJS 2005 The goal of the Spirit Bear Youth Coalition is to save the spirit bear(white Kermode) by having youth and all concerned citizens from all walks of life give a voice to this bear. The specific goal is to protect a 249,000-hectare wilderness, centered around Princess Royal Island, Pooley Island and the adjacent mainland, including the Green River, that is the spirit bears’ last intact habitat. 0373 English 12 min

KURELEK
000619 VH 10:07 min IJS 1966 From the paintings of the self-taught painter, William Kurelek, a vivid picture of immigration, homesteading and achievement of modest independence by his father who came from the Ukraine. There are scenes of village life in the Ukraine which was left with such mingled hope and doubt; then the early days of struggle on a prairie homestead, and the growing comfort, confidence and family. The commentary of the video tells the story as Kurelek remembers it and his paintings record it. 0714 English 10:07 min

LAND OF HOPE, VOLUME 1
000915 VH 28:28 min IJS 1996 Ten-year-old George is an Acadian forced to hide from bounty hunters among the Micmac. Kate Boyle flees the potato famine in Ireland, only to be orphaned during the ocean voyage to Canada. John Ware, a black cowboy, overcomes prejudice to become a successful rancher. Chinese labourer Joe Mah faces racism and hardship when he tries to settle his family in the new land. Closed captioned. 0714 English 28:28 min

LAND - TERRITORY AND RESOURCES
013100 VH 25 min IJ 2000 TRANSIT ACROSS CANADA SERIES - Canada, the second largest country on the planet, spans six time zones. In fact, people who live in Newfoundland are closer to Africa that they are to British Columbia. LAND takes us to the ghost town of the Klondike, with archival footage from the days of the gold rush. The past is also revealed in aerial photos of hoodoos, those haunting formations sculpted by wind and rain, made from clay deposits left by rivers that evaporated millions of years ago in Alberta. 0714 English 25 min

KURT VONNEGUT
S00559 VH For descriptions see individual titles: FORTITUDE [000190]

LA BOITE - THE BOX
105459 VH 11 min PIJ An animated film without words in which playful cut-out puppets frolic with critters that materialize from a child’s drawing and with their creator, awardwinning animator Co Hoedeman. 0714 English 11 min

LAND OF MANY FACES: GEOGRAPHY OF THE ARCTIC
106668 VH 12 min PI 1992 The different landscapes of the Arctic are described and classified and their origins in the last Ice Age are investigated. Guide and activity cards included. 0372 English 12 min

LE LANGAGE (CC)
FILA04 VH 28 min IJ 1990 This video, combining live and animated footage, deals with the use of language as a means of communication from prehistoric and modern times. Human, animal and non-verbal forms of communication are discussed. In addition, a boy with a severe hearing impairment is portrayed using sign language. Visual symbols which transcend language and cultural barriers are also shown. 0417 French 28 min French Primary Language Arts

THE LADY, OR THE TIGER?
105692 VH 16 min IS This 1882 classic has been reset in the space age, preserving all the whimsy and suspense of the original, but adding helicopters, sports cars, penthouses and other delightfully captivating and imaginative touches. 0585 English 16 min

LAND OF THE ICE BEAR
013226 VH 46:10 min IJS 1999 Venture beyond the treeline into the Arctic realm - into a world alive with contrasts and resilient life. Move iwth caribou across the tundra plains, dive with walrus, and witness muskox bulls battling for dominance. They, and countless other creatures, warily share this Arctic world with the largest carnivore on land, the polar bear. This is the land of the Ice Bear, a land of survival through the seasons of an uncertain world. 0714 English 46:10 min

THE LADYBIRD BEETLE (CC)
PR0413 VH P 1986 With close-up camera work, viewers see a ladybug laying her tiny eggs. Then the film follows the babies, or "grubs", leaving the eggs the pupa stage and final metamorphosis into adulthood. Both grubs and adult ladybugs feed on aphids, tiny insects

LARGE REPRODUCTIONS
104855 AP IS 1992 The 24 large reproductions in this set were chosen to accompany the textbooks "A World of Art" and "Art: Images and Ideas", written by Dr.

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Laura H. Chapman. The reporductions expose students to a wide variety of subject matter and styles, represent many cultures and periods, and represent both male and female artists. 0327 English

LATITUDE
106273 VH 10 min IJ 1985 GEOGRAPHY SKILLS SERIES Using the equator as the starting point, this program shows how the Tropic of Cancer, Arctic Circle, Tropic of Capricorn, and Antarctic Circle are measured. 0470 English 10 min

A L’ASSAUT DU CONTINENT,1670 A 1755 (EPISODE 3)
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LARGE STATUETTE OF A CAT
106747 RE I Bronze image of sacred cat of the Bastet worship in Bubastis in Lower Egypt. 0007 English

LA BATAILLE DE L’AMERIQUE,1754-1775 (EPISODE 4A)
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LATITUDE AND LONGITUDE
000389 VH 22 min I 1994 This innovative video depicts the development of navigation from ancient Polynesian to present-day global satellites. It thoroughly explains latitude and longitude as part of a global grid system. Navigation aids are demonstrated in an easy to understand manner. 0104 English 22 min

LAS COMIDAS LATINOAMERICANAS
000911 VH 31 min JS 1993 This look at Latin American cooking is presented in simple Spanish. Students learn about the cuisine of Latin America, the origins of various Latin American culinary specialities, and regional food preferences. EVN Spanish 31 min

REBELLIONS ET REFORMES,1815 -1850 (EPISODE 7A)
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AU DEBUT DU MONDE,15000 ANS AV.J.C.-1800 (EPISODE 1A)
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LAW OF THE LAND, THE : A CRIMINAL CODE FOR KIDS
100932 VH 12 min IJ 1991 Each elementary school library also has a copy of the book, call no. 345 LEI. The video and book give you the information you need to understand the law, why we have laws and what can happen to you if you break the law. Excuses like "I didn’t know it was wrong", "I was there but I didn’t do it", and "I didn’t think anything would happen" do not count when you get caught doing crime. The law says ignorance of the law is no excuse. 0813 English 12 min

LA BATAILLE DE L’AMERIQUE,1754-1775 (EPISODE 4B)
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LASSIE
013033 VH 95 min PI 1994 The dog everyone loves now leaps into the ’90s in this all-new feature-film version of Lassie! Determined to start a new life in the country, the Turner family leave the city for the wilds of Virginia. The move creates problems for everyone, especially Matt, who feels lost and alone in his new surroundings. Forunately, the Turners are helped by a homeless collie who becomes part of their lives and Matt does a lot of growing up as a result of the dog’s unflinching loyalty. 0104 English 95 min

UNE QUESTION DE LOYAUTE, 1775 a 1815 (EPISODE 5A)
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UNE QUESTION DE LOYAUTE, 1775 A 1815 (EPISODE 5B)
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LA ROUTE DE L’OUEST,16701850 (EPISODE 6A)
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THE LAWYERS SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: STEWARDS OF JUSTICE [100940]

LAST WILD SALMON, A
103466 VH 47 min IS 1995 The spectacular odyssey of a Pacific Salmon, from egg to extinction. A saga of raw nature which thrills the emotions–and breaks your heart. 0390 English 47 min

LAXWESA WA – STRENGTH OF THE RIVER
000949 VH 54:14 min JS 1995 Filmaker Barb Cranmer, a member of the Namgis First Nation, explores in this video the rich fishing traditions of the Sto:Lo, Heiltsuk and Namgis Peoples of Canada’s West Coast. With over fifteen years’ experience fishing Johnstone Strait with her father, Cranmer presents rarely heard stories of traditional fishing practices and documents Native People’s efforts to build a sustainable fishery for the future. Closed captioned. 0714 English 54:14 min

LA ROUTE DE L’OUEST, 1670 A 1850 (EPISODE 6B)
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REBELLIONS ET REFORMES, 1815 - 1850 (EPOSIDE 7B)
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THE LATE MIDDLE AGES
106869 VH 30 min JS 1990 THE WESTERN TRADITION SERIES - Program #12 - The Late Middle Ages - two hundred years of war and plague debilitate Europe. The National Monarchies - a new urban middle class emerges while dynastic marriages establish centralized monarchies. 0574 English 30 min

LE GRAND PROJET, 1850 A 1867 (EPISODE 8B)
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D’UN OCEAN A L’AUTRE, 1867 A 1873 (EPISODE 9)
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LE GRAND PROJET, 1850 A 1867 (EPISODE 8A)
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AU DEBUT DU MONDE,15000 ANS AV.J.C.-1800 (EPISODE 1B)
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THE LATER TWENTIETH CENTURY
105866 VH 28 min S 1988 From the series "Survey of English Poetry" hosted by John Gielgud and performed by Julian Glover, Anthony Hopkins, and Stacy Keach. Includes the post-Eliot generation from Dylan Thomas to Ted Hughes. 0380 English 28 min

LES AVENTURIERS ET LES MYSTIQUES (EPISODE 2A)
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LA CONQUETE DE L’OUEST (1873 A 1896) EPISODE 10 A
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LES AVENTURIERS ET LES MYSTIQUES,1540 A 1670 (EPISODE 2B)
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LA CONQUETE DE L’OUEST (1873 A 1896) EPISODE 10 B
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123 LA GRANDE TRANSFORMATION (1896 A 1915) EPISODE 11A
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LA GRANDE TRANSFORMATION (1896 A 1915) EPISODE 11B
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LEARNING ABOUT EATING DISORDERS : ANOREXIA NERVOSA
104214 VH 15 min See 616 VR 017 0983 min English SA 15

LEARNING ABOUT PIONEERS
For descriptions see individual titles: BUILDING A FIRST HOME [000137] EARLIEST PIONEER LIFE [000138] EARLY PIONEER VILLAGE [000136]

LEARNING ABOUT WATER
102658 16 12 min PI Children explore water in various states such as ice, steam and rain. The water cycle is explained. 0178 English 12 min

L’EPREUVE DU FEU (1915 A 1929) EPISODE 12A
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LEARNING ABOUT EATING DISORDERS : BULIMIA
104216 VH 15 min See 616 VR 017 0983 min English SA 15

L’EPREUVE DU FEU (1915 A 1929) EPISODE 12B
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LEARNING ABOUT EATING DISORDERS : CHANGING BEHAVIOUR
104215 VH 15 min See 616 VR 017 0983 min English SA 15

LEARNING PEACE : A BIG SCHOOL WITH A BIG HEART
013220 VH 57 min PI 2002 Learning Peace: A Big School With a Big Heart chronicles a year at Annapolis East Elementary. A school where over 700 kids play, study, meet, and–like kids everywhere–sometimes fight. But thanks to an anti-violence program introduced in 1996 by principal Heather Harris, bullying and fighting have become a rarity. Peace education has been fully integrated into the school curriculum. Meanwhile, a peer mediation program helps students settle disputes, good behaviour is rewarded at monthly assemblies, and a full-time counsellor devotes his days (lunch hours and breaks included) to helping kids address anger.Over the course of a year, it becomes clear that peace is hard work- but well worth the effort. 0714 English 57 min

TEMPS DIFFICILES (1929 A 1940) EPISODE 13A
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TEMPS DIFFICILES (1929 A 1940) EPISODE 13B
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LEARNING ABOUT EATING DISORDERS:GETTING HELP
104213 VH 15 min See 616 VR 017. 0983 15 min SA English

LE CORBUSIER
104737 VH 46 min JA 1986 MUSEUM WITHOUT WALLS SERIES - An exploration of Le Corbusier’s revolutionary ideas on architecture and urban renewal and an indepth tour of his most important buildings. 0535 English 46 min

LEARNING ABOUT EATING DISORDERS:STARVING & BINGIN
104212 VH 15 min SA 5 videos in a series about eating disorders. Explores the problems, their causes and treatments. 0983 English 15 min

LE VILLAGE PIONIER DE BLACK CREEK
107534 VH Version francaise de 971 VR 507. ¸ 0492 English

LEARNING ABOUT FLOWERS AND THEIR SEEDS (2ND EDITION)
000419 VH 14 min PI 1983 This video shows how each part of a typical flower contributes to the production and dispersal of seeds. The study emphasizes the role of seeds as an important factor in the food supply and traces the progress of grain and fruit shipments from the produce market to local grocers. Dramatic time lapse sequences depict a variety of flowering plants as they complete the cycle from flower to seed to plant, and back again to flower. 0585 English 14 min

LEARNING TO PAINT WITH CAROLYN BERRY
For descriptions see individual titles: FIELD FLOWERS [000185] PORTRAIT DRAWING [000091] PORTRAIT PAINTING [000092]

LEARNING ABOUT BEARS
000540 VH 11 min PI 1980 This video identifies four species black bears, brown bears, grizzly bears and polar bears - shows what bears eat, where they live and how they behave. The camera reveals how a mother bear cares for her cubs and trains them to care for themselves. 0350 English 11 min

LEARNING TO READ MAPS (2ND EDITION)
000493 VH 12 min PI 1993 A fanciful story done in mime and featuring a lost clown helps the young viewer understand how maps are useful; how maps are pictorial representations of real places; how physical features are represented as symbols on a map; how to find directions (without a compass); and how to calculate the distance to a destination. 0350 English 12 min

LEARNING ABOUT COURTESY (CC)
100186 VH 10 min K 1990 BEGINNING RESPONSIBILITY SERIES - This animated video uses mice to teach social skills. In an amusing way, the video shows how and why it is important for all people to be courteous. One example of modelling demonstrates how to explain your feelings to someone who does not understand. This would be especially useful in a class where students with handicaps are integrated. [Video was returned to LMCC with the following

NATURAL RESOURCES
000713 VH 15 min P 1999 Who ever said that nothing in this life is free? The earth constantly provides food and goods for people, which are known as natural resources. Water, minerals, topsoil, sand, lumber, solar energy and wind all have uses that are important to humans and their survival. Learning about Natural Resources teaches students about the many types of resources that naturally occur on Earth and discusses how they are obtained. Students also learn that natural resources provide for the needs

LEARNING TO SEE - THE HUMAN SENSES SERIES
103843 VH 15 min IJ 1982 This film explores our sense of sight. It shows that what you see depends partly on where your attention is focused, partly on what you want to see, and partly on your interests and past experiences. 0689 English 15 min

124 LEARNING TO USE YOUR SENSES (2ND EDITION)
000428 VH 9 min P 1989 This program uses the varied experiences of a birthday party to teach primary-school children about their five senses. Viewers learn to think about cake, cookies, ice-cream, and a game of hide-and-seek in terms of their sights, smells, tastes, sounds, and tactile sensations. The familiar setting and exciting format of the program effectively teach young viewers how important their senses are and how they use them every day. 0585 English 9 min

LEGEND
000849 VH 15:11 min IJ 1970 A story based on a West Coast native legend. The feats that the youth must perform to win his fair maiden are distinctly Native ones, and masks are used in the telling of the story. Award winner. 0714 English 15:11 min

LES LEGENDES DE NOEL DES PAYS ETRANGERS
101418 VH 30 min PI 1988 Continu: L’Irlande: La Casquette de O’Reilly, La Syrie: Le petit Chameau, le Mexique: L’Humble Present, L’Italie: La ` Legende de Dame la Befana et ` L’Allemagne: Le Plus Beau Nool de ¨ Casse-noix. 0910 French 30 min

THE LEGEND OF THE FLYING CANOE (CC)
101636 VH 11 min 1996 The time: New Year’s Eve, late 1800s. The place: Gatineau Valley, Quebec. A group of loggers, working in an isolated winter camp, yearn to celebrate New Year’s Eve with their loved ones. But the river is frozen, the sky is dark, and swirling snow makes travelling treacherous. If the men want to see their families, their only choice is to make a pact with the Devil to ride in a flying canoe. While pacts with the devil are the stuff of legends from another time, the cautionary tale of The Flying Canoe has a resonance for modern life. Original music and bold animation preserve the spirit of this well-known Quebec legend derived from La Chasse-galerie, first published in 1891 by Honore Beaugrand. 0714 ` English 11 min

LEGENDS AND LIFE OF THE INUIT
000643 VH 57:46 min PIJ 1978 In the vast windswept whiteness of the North, voices sing, chant and tell stories.In Legends and Life of the Inuit, timeless tales are evoked through animation, prints, and carvings in bone, ivory or soapstone. Traditional life is depicted in archival photographs and footage from ethnographic documentaries. The jarring intrusion of scenes of modern life in the North hints at the danger of this ancient culture being lost as the Inuit embrace southern values. 0714 English 57:46 min

LEGACY OF AN OIL SPILL
200261 DV 28 min IJS 2000 Investigates short term and long term effects and recovery of a shoreline ecosystem after 11 million gallons of crude oil were spilled by super tanker, Exxon Valdez, in 1989. Scientists conduct on site research on several species of fish, birds, and marine mammals to gauge recovery. The complexity and delicate interaction of an ecosystem and what happens when these are unbalanced are underscored. 0414 English 28 min

LEGENDS OF THE WORLD SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: THE GHOST HUNTERS (CC) [101569]

THE LEGACY OF IMPRESSIONISM - THE POST IMPRESSI
104918 VH 24 min S 1990 Vol. 2. Presents examples of French post-impressionistic painting by such artists as Braque, Leger, Matisse, Rousseau and others. 0617 English 24 min

THE LEGEND OF THE RAVEN
101543 VH 15 min PI 1957 Using authentic Inuit carvings, the legend of the raven is acted out. The legend explains how the raven lost his ability to speak because of his selfishness. 0473 English 15 min

LEGENDS: THE STORY OF SIWASH ROCK
000771 VH 24 min JSA 1999 The Story of Siwash Rock is a contemporary dramatization that unfolds in Vancouver’s inner city. We meet Andrew, a young Native man struggling to overcome the disillusionment of his people. Unemployed and faced with the unplanned and difficult pregnancy of his girlfriend Kelsey, Andrew must prove himself worthy of fatherhood by following the traditional path of his ancestors. Chief Simon Baker narrates in Squamish language as this gripping and life-affirming drama unfolds. 0714 English 24 min

THE LEGENDARY JUDGE LEGACY OF THE INCAS, THE
107598 VH 43 min IJ 1993 This program covers the legacy of the Incas, taking viewers from a laboratory where an Inca mummy is X-rayed, through a number of the impressive Inca sites in and around Cuzco, explaining Inca religious beliefs, and demonstrating the Inca system of terracing and agriculture. 0380 English 43 min 000468 VH 30 min JS 1958 The story of one of Canada’s most colorful frontiersmen, Judge Matthew Baillie Begbie, who, a hundred years ago, brought law and order to the goldmining camps of British Columbia. A striking figure in flowing cloak and broad-brimmed hat, Begbie’s fame grew into a legend that survives to this day. 0714 English 30 min

LENSES AND MAGNIFICATION
102405 VH 20 min IJS 1989 How lenses of microscopes, telescopes, etc. focus and magnify. Using a laser demonstration, the film reviews basis of light and lenses. Introduction to electron microscope is included. 0983 English 20 min

LEGENDE DE CATALINE, LA THE LEGACY OF THE SHOGUNS
107068 VH 60 min I Detailing the 17th century traditions of hard work, discipline and rigid hierarchy that kept Japan a small, isolated feudal country for centuries, this fascinating program explores the change in focus that inspired a brutal military power bent on world domination. 0574 English 60 min 002106 VH 52 min S 2003 La legende de Cataline raconte la vie d’un des personnages legendaires les plus romantiques et colores de l’epoque de la ruee vers l’or en Colombie-BritanniqueLe documentaire fait usage d’images d’archives, de recreations dramatiques et d’entrevues avec des specialistes de l’epoque pour recreer l’histoire de cet homme et une journee typique de sa vie de "paqueteur". 0414 French 52 min

LEONARD DE VINCI: VOLER COMME UN OISEAU
001818 VH 52 min IJS 2001 SERIE LES GRANDS INVENTEURS Pendant la Renaissance, Leonard de Vinci developpe une amitie profonde pour le jeune Roberto, le fils d’un marchand d’oiseaux de Milan. 0252 French 52 min

125 LES 30 JOURNEES QUI ONT FAIT LE QUEBEC
For descriptions see individual titles: LE DECLENCHEMENT DE LA CRISE D’OCTOBRE [000965] L’ENVOL DES TROIS COLOMBES: LE 10 SEPTEMBRE 1965 [000967] LA LOI DE LA CONSCRIPTION [000964] LA PREMIERE DE L’OSSTIDCHO [000968] LA REVOLUTION TRANQUILLE [000966] PRE-ALGEBRA (PATTERNS AND FORMULAS): MIDDLE SCHOOL [001834] PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS: INTERMEDIATE [001832] RECIPROCAL TEACHING (A VARIATION): HIGH SCHOOL [001837]

LIANG AND THE MAGIC PAINTBRUSH (CC)
PR0453 VH 30 min P 1983 READING RAINBOW SERIES - The feature book is about a boy who finds a magic paintbrush that brings everything he paints to life. Host LeVar Burton takes viewers on a visit to New York City’s Chinatown. Lion dancing, Chinese calligraphy, and Chinese restaurants are featured. A segment on computer art is also presented. 0264 English 30 min Primary

LESSON MASTERY
000942 VH 33 min T 1998 THE EFFECTIVE TEACHER VIDEO SERIES - Part 6 of a set of 8 video tapes of the Effective Teacher Video Series. The series is designed for both new teacher induction programs as well as in-service programs for veteran teachers. A Facilitator’s Manual and the correlated book The First Days of School can be borrowed from the Professional Library at the LMCC. This particular video deals with the following: How to get your students to do their assignments; how to get your students to pass their tests; how to increase student learning and achievement. HARRYK. English 33 min

L’ETOILE MYSTERIEUSE L’OREILLE CASSEE
002125 DV 100 min IJ 2004 L’astronome Hyppolyte Calys-a-t-il raison d’annoncer a Tintin que la fin du monde est imminente? L’Oreille Cassee - Une statuette Arumbaya est volee...puis restituee a son musee. Mais un detail revele a Tintin que ce n’est pas l’original qui a ete rendu mais une simple replique... 0714 French 100 min

LIAR! LIAR! PANTS ON FIRE!
101384 VH 7 min KPIJSCATKP 1990 At the Christmas/Chanukah season, a newboy named Alex arrives in the first grade. The students soon realize that he is a liar, and they taunt him with the phrase, "Liar, liar, pants on fire! 0907 English 7 min

LES FETES CANADIENNES SERIE
For descriptions see individual titles: ACTION DE GRACES CHEZ GRAND-MERE [101355] HALLOWEEN ET LE VIEUX HAROLD [101354] LE NOEL DE HOODOO MCFIGGIN [101353]

LIBERTY LEADING THE PEOPLE
104925 VH 30 min S 1992 Eugene Delacroix (1798-1863), worked ` for several years in the Greek resistance: he used these themes in his Parisian "Liberty". The canvas did not come to the Louvre until 1874, well after the death of the painter. Alain Jaubert flushes out the details, interprets the symbols, and analyses the composition - LIBERTY LEADING THE PEOPLE. 0585 French 30 min

THE CRITICS’ CHOICE : ANTI-SMOKING REEL
013105 VH 10 min IJS 1998 This video is a follow-up to the bc.tobaccofacts: grade 7 lesson. The video provides an extension activity for anti-smoking ads. BC EDUC English 10 min

LES POMMES
000270 VH 30 min PI 1997 Viens decouvrir notre fruit prefere, la pomme! De l’elagage d’hiver a la recolte d’automne,visite un verger chaque saison. Ecoute l’histoire de Johnny Pepin-de-Pomme et de John McIntosh,deux grands pionniers pomiculteurs. Observe des cellules de pomme au microscope electronique. Savoure les plaisirs de l’Halloween en jouant a des jeux d’adresse et en preparant des pommes glacees. 0328 English 30 min

LET’S TALK ABOUT TOUCHING
101079 KT KP 1987 A comprehensive 3-step program, designed to involve teachers, parents and community resource people. It includes guidelines for adapting the lessons for children with special needs who are in integrated preschools or day care centres. Includes: 1 Program Manual, 8 teaching pictures of positive touch, 10 felt-board figures and 4 cards of felt-board words, 45 sorting cards of positive touch, 2 puppets, 16 interchangeable puppet faces, 2 teaching dolls, a girl doll and a boy doll, 1 CD ’Let’s Talk About Touching Song Collectiion’. 0630 English

LE LIEVRE ET LA TORTUE
101563 VH 10 min KI 1988 Ce dessin anime redonne un air de ` jeunesse a la celebre fable. 0665 ` ` ` French 10 min

LIFE AND TIMES
For descriptions see individual titles: NELLIE MCCLUNG : THE SCULPTING OF ANGELS [000842] STEPHEN LEACOCK : SUNSHINE AND SADNESS [000927]

THE LESSON COLLECTION: MATH STRATEGIES
Here’s an easy way to help teachers in all grades add to their repetoire of best practices in the teaaching of math. An ideal resource for teachers to use in their ongoing professional development. For descriptions see individual titles: ALGEBRA I (COMPARING DATA): MIDDLE SCHOOL [001835] ALGEBRA II (SERIES AND SEQUENCES): HIGH SCHOOL [001836] AREA AND PERIMETER: INTERMEDIATE [001833] GEOMETRY (SURFACE AREA AND VOLUME): HIGH SCHOOL [001838] INTRODUCING FRACTIONS : PRIMARY [001830] MEASURING AREA: PRIMARY [001831]

LIFE AND TIMES
For descriptions see individual titles: JEAN CHRETIEN [002096]

LEVERS (2ND EDITION)
000568 VH 12 min IJ 1992 Our prehistoric hero demonstrates the workings of the lever in this whimsical video. Explains that a lever can be any bar that tips back and forth on a point (fulcrum), and that a lever exchanges distance for force, or force for distance and speed. Applications in many devices and body parts are depicted in an amusing series of clever illustrations. 0574 English 12 min

LIFE CYCLE OF THE FOREST ANT (CC)
103385 VH 19 min IJ 1986 Using excellent photography, this video follows a colony of forest ants through a calendar year. It is well-organized and covers the social organization of an ant colony, life cycles and the ant’s place in the ecosystem. 0352 English 19 min

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103403 VH 24 min P 1980 READING RAINBOW SERIES - The feature story book about the honeybee leads to discussion and demonstrations of a honeybee’s anatomy, habitat, diet, beekeeping, and making honey. A rap song with repetitive lines reinforces the concepts, and children review three additional books on the subject. Science K-7 0104 English 24 min

Simply presented, but with authority. 0414 English 50 min

LIFE STORY OF THE EARTHWORM
000497 VH 10 min IJ 1989 Here’s a great opportunity to see how the night crawler moves, feeds, reproduces and reacts to various stimuli. This video demonstrates the relationship of the earthworm to the leech, the sandworm and other annelids and points out the earthworm’s importance to improving the soil. 0350 English 10 min

LIFE IN THE FREEZER SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: THE BIG FREEZE (CC) [106672] THE DOOR CLOSES (CC) [106673]

LIFE IN THE MIDDLE AGES
002010 VH 23 min IJ 2002 What was it like to be a valiant knight, an affluent noble or a penniless serf in medieval Europe? In Life in the Middle Ages, students will explore the lives of people from the Middle Ages and the complex and interesting relationships that developed among them. 0414 English 23 min

LIFE IN ANCIENT EGYPT
106752 VH 28 min PIJS This video is a general introduction to the history and culture of Ancient Egypt. The emphasis is on the day-today life of the people. Shows such activities as the making of flax into linen, wine-making, the production of mud bricks and papyrus, as well as the use of ancient farm implements. 0267 English 28 min

LIFE STORY OF THE PARAMECIUM (REVISION)
000425 VH 9 min JS 1989 There are thousands of species of single-celled creatures. This video discusses several of these species, explaining the variety of ways they eat and move. The video then focuses on one of these microscopic organisms the paramecium. It shows how paramecia eat and presents experiments showing that they move away from light. The video also explains how paramecia excrete, breathe, and reproduce. 0585 English 9 min

THE LIFE OF ANNE FRANK
106918 VH 30 min IJ 1991 Tells the story of Anne Frank through quotations from her famous diary, pictures of her hiding place, photos from the Frank family album, and historical documentary footage. 0380 English 30 min

LIFE IN ANCIENT EGYPT
106756 VH 35 min IJ 1993 What was life like for ordinary people in Ancient Egypt? What factors contributed to the long life of the Ancient Egyptian civilization? These and other important questions about the social, political, cultural and religious life in this fabled land will be answered in this program. 0348 English 35 min

LIFE ON THE EDGE:GUIDE TO COASTAL HABITATS
013367 DV 35 min IJS 2004 Coastal ecosystems and their residents: sandy beaches, the eelgrass jungle, treasures of the estuary, rich rocky shores,kelp,forests in the sea,tides, coastal geology, intertidal zonation. Combines videos, stills, animation, narration, music. 0373 English 35 min

LIFE UNDER STALIN
000833 VH 20 min S 1999 Using archival footage and sound recordings, this video explores Russian life under Stalin: Stalin’s leadership struggle with Trostky and rise to power; collectivisation of agriculture and industrialisation; the 5 year plans; totalitarianism; the Great Terror; Stalin’s personality cult; foreign policy in the 1930’s. 0267 English 20 min

LIFE IN ANCIENT ROME
HI0413 VH 14 min IS 1964 Recreates typical scenes and activities in the city of Rome during the reign of Emperor Trajan. It examines the characteristics and achievements of the Roman Empire at the height of its power; points out some of the weaknesses in Roman society; considers the way in which Roman ideas and culture influenced the development of western civilization. 0983 English 14 min History

LIFE ON THE FOREST FLOOR: A FIRST FILM
103134 VH 12 min PJ Students are provided with knowledge of the different plants and animals finding homes on the forest floor. 0119 English 12 min

LIFE’S IMPRINT : LITHOGRAPHS BY JACK SHADBOLT
104934 VH 23 min JS 1994 This documentary shows the making of a lithographic print by Jack Shadbolt and the master printer Torrie Groening at the Prior Editions studio in Vancouver in December 1993. The video shows the technical process of translating the original painting into a large size full colour print. The role of the print shop owner/operator as well as the artist are profiled throughout. 0104 English 23 min

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For descriptions see individual titles: ANGOTEE : STORY OF AN ESKIMO BOY [000840]

LIFE IN MEDIEVAL EUROPE
002011 VH 25 min IJ 2003 This medieval epic is set in a village, circa 1350. The drama unfold through a series of characters who tell their stories of life in the middle ages. These include the baker, the herbalist, the Reeve, the landless labourer, the medicus, and the Lord of the Manor. The actors are all experts in medieval history and a living medieval village is used as the set. 0414 English 25 min

LIFE - PEOPLE, FAUNA AND FLORA
013203 VH 27 min IJ 2001 TRANSIT ACROSS CANADA SERIES - This video highlights some fascinating facets of Canadian life by examining the origins of its people, flora and fauna. The country’s cultural diversity stems from waves of immigration that began thousands of years ago. Despite its bountiful resources, Canada’s ruggedness and size have presented challenges to those who have made it their home - challenges that have also inspired such ingenious inventions as the snowmobile! 0714 English 27 min

LIGHT
102406 VH 11 min This film utilizes an imaginative character and story to introduce children to basic properties and characteristics of light. 0983 English 11 min PI

LIFE IN MEDIEVAL TIMES
002009 VH 50 min IJ 2001 "Life in Medieval Times" provides young people with the perfect introduction to everyday life in the medieval period of British history.

LIGHT
104852 AP IS 1991 The more we study painting, for example, the more aware we become of the ways in which light affects an artist’s approach to his or her art. It

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dawns on us why Turner’s misty seascapes, with the sun struggling through English clouds and vapors, contrast so abruptly with Picasso’s sun-filled works. 0327 English dazzling lightning show set to music that rivals the most extraordinary fireworks display. The program also visits with some of lightning’s tragic victims who thought they were out of harm’s way. 0739 English 60 min children learn creative self-expression through art. 0714 English 19 min

LISTENING TO OTHERS
104611 VH 20 min SA 1988 HUB OF THE WHEEL SERIES Addresses the importance of listening and investigates some useful techniques for developing listening skills. 0380 English 20 min

LIGHT
204684 VH 25 min PI 1999 This video is a holistic exploration of light and its many properties. Travelling along with a cast of four children, the viewer visits a variety of settings which include: a house of mirrors, a lighthouse and the moon. The story also relates the Hannakah tradition of the Celebration of Lights and presents a historical perspective on light. 0106 English 25 min

L’IMMIGRATION AU CANADA
013071 VH 23 min JS 1999 Cette video presente une vue historique et contemporaine du systeme canadien d’immigration et met en presence des points de vue divergents concernant les effets de l’immigration sur le Canada. On y explique le systeme de pointage utilise dans le processus de decision et les differentes categories d’immigrants que l’on retrouve. De plus emission fait la critique de cinq mythes assez generalement repandus concernant l’immigration. 0104 English 23 min

LISZT’S RHAPSODY
000233 VH 49 min PIJSA 1996 Franz Liszt is restless. He knows that something is missing in his glamorous life as the world’s greatest concert pianist. He meets Josy, a naturally gifted young Gypsy street musician, and subsequently wagers that he can turn Josy into a world-class musician. Set in 1846,LISZT’S RHAPSODY celebrates the miracle of talent and triumph of dreams fulfilled. 0574 English 49 min

THE LIGHT GOURMET series
For descriptions see individual titles: CUTTING BACK ON FAT / DRINK TO YOUR HEALTH [000172] FIBRE UP FOR HEALTH / COMPLETING THE PROTEIN PUZZLE [000171] THE FRUIT BASKET / THE TRUTH ABOUT CHOLESTEROL [000175] GRAINS OF THE EARTH / MARVELOUS MILK [000173] THE GREAT BALANCING ACT / HEALTH FROM THE SEA [000174] SIZZLING, SIMMERING, SUCCULENT / GARDEN GREENS [000168]

LINE
104854 AP IS 1990 From a child’s first bold squiggle to a Holbein portrait to a Calder wire sculpture, what’s the predominant factor? Line. Line is almost always the medium of expression the artist uses to put down first ideas and organize the composition. 24 pieces. 0327 English

LITERARY VISIONS series
For descriptions see individual titles: AN ECHO TO THE SENSE : PROSODY AND FORM IN POETRY [000191] A PERSONAL VIEW : THE ART OF THE ESSAY [000142] PLAYING THE PART : CHARACTERS AND ACTORS IN DRAMA [000199] REFLECTED WORLDS : THE ELEMENTS OF SHORT FICTION [000141] SEEING ANEW : RHETORICAL FIGURES IN POETRY [000200] TELLING THEIR TALES : CHARACTER IN SHORT FICTION [000198] TOOLS OF THE TRADE : WORDS AND IMAGES IN POETRY [000195] THE VISION QUEST : MYTH AND SYMBOLISM IN DRAMA [000196] WAYS OF SEEING : RESPONDING TO LITERATURE [000193]

LIGHT OF THE GODS
104718 VH 28 min JA Focuses on the evolution of Greek art from the late 10th to the early 5th century B.C.–from stylized stick figures to the exquisitely carved and painted images of man of the early classical era. Produced by the National Gallery of Art in Washington and filmed on location in Greece. 0449 English 28 min

LINES HORIZONTAL
104986 VH 6 min IA 1961 Horizontal lines ruled directly on film move with precision and grace in response to music played by Pete Seeger on wind and string instruments. 0714 English 6 min

LINES VERTICAL
104987 VH 6 min IA 1962 An experiment in pure design by film artists Norman McLaren and Evelyn Lambart. Lines move against a background of changing colours in response to music composed by Maurice Blackburn on electronic piano. 0714 English 6 min

LIGHTING ’DEAD POETS SOCIETY’ WITH JOHN SEALE
013060 VH 28 min JS 2001 John Seale ("Rainman, Gorillas in the Mist, Witness") conducts an intensive and inspirational lighting workshop in the studios of the Australian Film, Radio and Television School. The dormitory set from "Dead Poet’s Society" was painstakingly reconstructed for this workshop, and Seale guides the students and our camera through the lighting setups he used for summer, for winter, fro night and for day. Seale generously divulges many tricks and techniques he uses to achieve extrememly difficult effects wile maximizing the number of takes each day. 0983 English 28 min

LITTLE NINO’S PIZZERIA
PLL040 VH 30 min 1989 The topic is pizza! Concepts include cooperation and shared responsibility in a small family-run business as well as coming to appreciate what is important about work. The real life experience section of the video introduces a family-run fireworks business and explains the job responsibilities of the family members in the business. 0264 English 30 min Primary Learning for Living

THE LION, THE WITCH AND THE WARDROBE
105983 VH 82 min PI From C.S. Lewis’s Chronicles of Narnia series. A powerful fantasy using live action, animation and special effects to create the world of Narnia. (In two parts.) 0078 English 82 min

LISMER
104931 VH 19 min JS 1995 Arthur Lismer’s contributions to Canadian art and art education were considerable. The founding member of the Group of Seven devoted much of his time to art education. At the Montreal Children’s Art Centre, which he ran from 1941 to 1967, we see how

THE LITTLE PRINCE
105666 VH 30 min 1987 An enchanting tale of a boy’s imagination, and his love for the only living thing on his planet - a single flower. Claymation. 0419 English 30 min

LIGHTNING
000343 VH 60 min IJS 1995 NOVA ADVENTURES IN SCIENCE SERIES - Takes you on a high voltage trip into the most electrically charged weather in the world - culminating in a

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101610 VH 10 min KP 1992 This popular tale is enhanced by an animated art style that is both contemporary and imaginative. A spunky Little Red Hen gives the other farm animals an opportunity to share in the work of growing wheat and baking bread. Backgrounds convey the countryside effectively, suggesting the experience of sunshine and rain that help the wheat to grow. 0299 English 10 min

to a variety of cells,cellular activities and the most important subcellular organelles. 0267 English 36 min

LOCATION LIGHTING WITH GEOFF BURTON
013061 VH 29 min JS 2001 Location lighting using the equipment one truck can carry is the most common task a young cinematographer will face. Geoff Burton (The Year My Voice Broke, Flirting, Wide Sargasso Sea) condenses his many years of location lighting experience in this useful workshop. Geoff’s approach emphasizes maximum use of natural lighting resources and imitating these sources with the light he adds. Geoff shows how to work with the limitations of location space and design rahter than against them, and demonstrates how fast stocks and fast work can be critical to success. 0983 English 29 min

THE LIVING DESERT SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: ANIMALS AT HOME IN THE DESERT [103127] WHAT IS A DESERT? [103126]

THE LIVING EARTH
102883 VH 25 min JS 1991 Explores our planet from its fiery birth to the present and from Caribbean coral reefs to Antarctica’s ice cap. Explores the interdependence of air, water, land, and life and examines the profound impact of humans on the global system. 0689 English 25 min

LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD (CC)
101601 VH 60 min PIJSA 1987 FAERIE TALE THEATRE SERIES - Big eyes...big ears... and, gulp!...a big, hungry mouth. That’s what lovely Mary Steenburgen encounters when she goes to visit Grandma’s house deep in the woods. Closed Captioned for the Hearing Impaired. 0807 English 60 min

LA LOI DE LA CONSCRIPTION LIVING IN NEW FRANCE
107428 VH 18 min IJ 1985 Studies the vibrant society whose very culture survived the collapse of New France and the years of English rule. 0066 English 18 min 000964 VH 47 min S 2000 LES 30 JOURNEES QUI ONT FAIT LE QUEBEC SERIES - Raconte les circonstances qui ont amene la loi de la conscription en 1917, en la replacant dans son contexte international et national: lourdes pertes sur les champs de bataille, faiblesse du volontariat, surtout chez les gens issus de plusieurs generations au pays, et par consequent chez les Quebecois. Illustre aussi les consequences de cette loi, la division du Canada selon un clivage linguistique, le climat de tension qui suit l’adoption de la loi et qui culmine dans les emeutes de Quebec a Paques 1918. 0252 French 47 min

LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD OF REASON
101615 VH 14 min P 1993 In this magnificently illustrated retelling of the Grimms’ classic, Trina Schart Hyman puts a subtle spin on the tale by recreating Little Red Riding Hood just as she always imagined her, "a little spacey, not too bright, and needing glasses terribly. 0240 English 14 min

LIVING IN SPACE
104367 VH 30 min IS 1992 What is it like to live in a space station? CNN’s Science team takes an in-depth look at how astronauts adapt to a space invironment. Includes reports by actual NASA astronauts and engineers. 0274 English 30 min

LITTLE TOOT
101830 VH 7 min PI 1991 A story about a mischievous tugboat whose antics get it banished beyond the twelve-mile limit until its heroic efforts during a storm bring it back to the harbour. 0339 English 7 min

LIVING ON THE PLANETS
000929 VH 20 min IJ 2000 This video deals with the question: how would we live on Mars and the Moon? It tackles the challenges humans would face in the environment of such celestial bodies and provides some ways of overcoming those challenges. It looks at the Biosphere 2 experiment as a model of an interplanetary base. 0267 English 20 min

CENTRAL ASIA: KIRGHIZSTAN AND UZBEKISTAN
013166 VH 45 min JS 1997 Right in the heart of Central Asia are the former Soviet Republics of Uzbekistan and Kirghizstan, an area of vast inaccessible wilderness, surrounded by harsh deserts and high mountains. It was once the site of the ancient caravan routes and its towns were oases on the Great Silk road of the east. Produced by Channel Four television and Lonely Planet. 0357 English 45 min

LITTLECHILD
104928 VH 25 min IS 1994 MY SERIES - A biography of Cree artist George Littlechild who grew up in a nonFirst Nations’ foster home. He traces his heritage after finding that both his parents had died on skid row. He learns what his parents and relations were like through talking to relatives and friends. The knowledge that he gained became the subject of his art work. Illustrates the artistic process and the artist’s search for identity. First Nations Studies 12 0104 English 25 min

LIVING SAFELY WITH ELECTRICITY
013010 VH 21 min PI 2001 This is a co-production of Corporate Safety and Response Productions. Give your students the information they need to live safely with electricity. Visit the BC Hydro web site and check out the safety programs and resources that can be downloaded www.bchydro.com/ education. 0102 English 21 min

LONGITUDE
106274 VH 10 min IJ 1985 GEOGRAPHY SKILLS SERIES - The lines of longitude are related to local times, using the prime meridian and the sun. 0470 English 10 min

LIVING CELLS : STRUCTURE AND DIVERSITY
000284 VH 36 min JS 1997 This video presents selected video sequences from the laser disc Living Cells for easy display to cell biology classes. The vivid,high magnification images, many recorded in timelapse,represent an invaluable resource for teachers. They introduce students

LOOKING INTO LITERATURE CIRCLES
001300 VH 15 min T 2001 This video answers questions about literature circles that are most often asked by teachers– What do the groups look like? How do they operate? What kind of questions do students raise when running their own discussions? What is the teacher’s roles in all of this? Based on Harvey Daniel’s popular book, this video

LIVING WITH STRESS
104015 VH 16 min S 1981 Through interviews with highly stressed people, this video shows us some of the ways we can cope with stress on a long-term basis. 0350 English 16 min

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presents the "feel, atmosphere, climate and energy of literature circles at work." Along the way, Harvey Daniels points out some key organizing structures, including response logs, role sheets, and post-it notes. Shot in documentary style in busy inner-city classrooms, this videotape captures kids’ spontaneous and authentic conversations about books and the ideas they find in them. 0815 English 15 min the resulting darkness -Lord of the Sky. 0714 English 13 min

THE LOTTERY, and, A DISCUSSION OF "THE LOTTERY"
E00626 VH 28 min JS 1974 Please preview. This program is a dramatization of the powerful short story by Shirley Jackson. The dramatization is followed by discussion and commentary. 0983 English 28 min English/Language Arts

LOS CANADIENSES
000078 VH 58 min JS 1975 Between 1936 and 1939, over forty thousand volunteers from around the world fought to save Spain’s constitutionally elected government. Los Canadienses is about the 1,200 Canadians in the Mackenzie-Papineau Battilion who joined that struggle. More than half of them never returned. Emotional, the film never lapses into sentimentality. Respectful, it is committed to the memory of those who tryly believed in the cause of the Republic. (Eight awards, including Mannheim; New York; London; Yorkton; Melbourne.) 0714 English 58 min

THE LOON’S NECKLACE (RESTORED VERSION)
000516 VH 11 min IJS 1994 A charming Indian legend of how the loon, a water bird, received his distinguishing neckband. Authentic ceremonial masks, carved by Indians of British Columbia, reflect the Indian’s sensitivity to the moods of nature. 0350 English 11 min

LOUIS HEBERT,APOTHICAIRE
002100 VH 52 min J 2002 ORIGINES SERIES - This program dramatizes the life of Louis Hebert. Historical evidence and re-enactments illuminate the reality of life in New France under the restrictions of the Canadian Company. Louis Hebert’s relationship with Samuel de Champlain and his monopoly of the fur trade are also examined. 0414 French 52 min

THE LORAX
105639 VH 30 min PI 1989 The Lorax is a loveable creature who speaks for the trees, trying to stop the profit-greedy Once-ler from destroying the forest. A tale of progress gone amok. Dr. Seuss Series 0807 English 30 min

LOST CIVILIZATIONS
107517 VH 29 min J 1987 ORIGINS: A HISTORY OF CANADA SERIES - A look at the political organization of the Iroquois people of eastern North America, tracing the roots of this very sophisticated society all the way back through the Aztecs and Mayas to the invention of agriculture in Mexico some 10,000 years ago. 0953 English 29 min

LOUIS RIEL
107427 VH 43 min IS 1986 As leader of the two rebellions that shook the Canadian west, Riel’s role is well documented. Events examined include the Red River and Saskatchewan uprisings, the role of the C.P.R., and the role of the Catholic Church. 0066 English 43 min

LORD DURHAM
000870 VH 28:11 min JS 1961 When Lord Durham opened the way for self-government in Canada, he closed the door on his own political success; but in the end, the policies he declared for Canada became the pattern for selfrule in the rest of the Commonwealth. 0714 English 28:11 min

LOST IN THE BARRENS
105555 VH 92 min J 1991 Based on the book by Farley Mowat. This video is the story of two adolescents, one a private school student from the city and the other a First Nations boy, who develop a deep friendship during their struggles to survive in the wilderness of northern Manitoba. The story shows how the triumph of cooperation and understanding over prejudice, fear and ignorance leads to an appreciation of First Nations spirituality and culture. 0645 English 92 min

LOUIS RIEL PART 1: RED RIVER REBELLION
001709 VH 28 min JS 2002 This video realtes the story of Louis Riel and his efforts to protect the rights of the Red River Settlement, which led to the establishment of a new Canadian province, Manitoba, in 1870. The story begins with his birth in 1844 and ends with his flight to the U.S. in 1870 in order to avoid arrest. 0267 English 28 min

LORD ELGIN : VOICE OF THE PEOPLE
000869 VH 28:58 min JS 1961 This man’s faith in the right of people to rule themselves was stronger than the threat of the mob or his own fear of failure. Successor to Durham, Lord Elgin saw established the principles on which Canadian government stands today. 0714 English 28:58 min

LOST KINGDOMS OF THE MAYA (CC)
107568 VH 60 min I 1993 Long before Columbus, the Maya established one of the most highly developed civilizations of their time in the jungles of Mexico and Central America. Yet this advanced society of priests, astronomers, artisans, and farmers suddenly and mysteriously collapsed more than a thousand years ago. Accompany archaeologists to Copan, Dos Pilas, and other spectacular Classic Maya ruins as they unearth artifacts and huge temples of incredible beauty. Recently deciphered hieroglyphics and other new discoveries offer astounding clues to the lives of these ancient people. 0689 English 60 min

LORD OF THE FLIES
105955 VH 100 min JS William Golding’s novel is a modern tale of the terror of the beast within. Documents a group of British schoolboys who descend into brutal tribalism when they are cut off from society. 0983 English 100 min

LOUIS RIEL PART 2: THE NORTHWEST REBELLION
001710 VH 31 min JS 2002 This final episode in the two-part series on the life of Louis Riel begins with his exile in the U.S. His story is told using archival photographs. An invitation to return to the Canadian Northwest in the summer of 1884 brought him to the South Saskatchewan valley, where Metis settlers were locked in a struggle for their rights with the federal government. Follows the progression of the Northwest Rebellion and the Battle of Batoche. It concludes with Riel’s arrest, trial and hanging. 0267 English 31 min

LORD OF THE SKY (CC)
101074 VH 13 min I 1992 In this animated, environmental parable, we find a people living in harmony with nature, until carelessness leads to the ravens’ revenge. We follow a boy’s courageous journey to the spirit world to find the only one who can save his village from

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PR0454 VH 30 min P 1983 READING RAINBOW SERIES - The story of a butcher who hates meat but loves fish. In the course of things, he eventually turns into a salmon. LeVar Burton takes the viewers on a visit to an aquarium where dolphins are described in detail. 0264 English 30 min Primary

classes. Career and Personal Planning 8 - 12. 0714 English 19:32 min

LA LUNE
102220 VH 11 min PI 1988 Presente la Lune, la voisine la plus ` proche de la Terre dans l’espace, en tant que satellite naturel de la Terre. Explore la surface de la Lune en plus grands details, en se servant de ` techniques et d’instruments tres ` avances. 0772 French 11 min `

THE LOW-FAT FILM
104037 VH 22 min JSA 1989 Four people, from high school through adult in age, explore the ways excess fat and cholesterol in their diets create serious health problems - and find out what they can do about it. 0244 English 22 min

LOUISBOURG
107527 VH 20 min JS 1986 The Fortress of Louisbourg, historic landmark on the Atlantic shore of Cape Breton Island, was originally built by King Louis XV to protect French possessions in the New World during the French colonial era. This video gives a detailed account of what was involved in the reconstruction and refurbishing. 0714 English 20 min

LA LUNE
102244 VH 28 min I 1990 A l’aide d’un telescope, les auditeurs auront la chance d’observer les caracteristiques physiques de la lune. D’autres sujets sont discutes, dont: les phases de la lune, les eclipses lunaires, l’influence de la lune sur les marees, le voyage spatiale d’Apollo 11 et les conditions de la lune. 0104 French 28 min

LUDOVIC: DES VACANCES CHEZ GRAND-PAPA
001749 VH 12 min P 2003 Quatre saisons dans la vie de Ludovic C’est l’ete et Ludovic et invite a passer quelques jours chez son grand-pere. Le petit ourson est heureux de retrouver grand-papa, mais il se rappelle avec tristesse que grand-maman n’est plus la. Realisateur: Co Hoedeman. Sujets: Conte, arts du language, deuill. 0714 French 12 min

LOVE TAPS (CC)
101041 VH 21 min S 1996 A powerful drama about teens, relationships and dating violence. High school students Mark and Terese are involved in a dangerous relationship. Mark is becoming more possessive and abusive and Terese thinks it’s probably her fault. Her best friend urges her to break off the relationship, but Terese is convinced she can handle it until Mark physically attacks her in front of a group of friends. Kelly and Benson are also involved in an abusive relationship. Even though Kelly cares deeply for her boyfriend, she is constantly making sarcastic remarks about his intelligence. Whenever Benson reacts to her verbal abuse, Kelly always apologizes with the excuse that she’s "just joking". PREVIEW RECOMMENDED. 0714 English 21 min

THE LUNGS AND RESPIRATORY SYSTEM
103755 16 17 min J We can live for weeks without food, days without water, but only moments without air. Why is air so vital? What really happens when we breath? 0350 English 17 min

LUDOVIC - UN CROCODILE DANS MON JARDIN
002085 VH 9:57 min P 2002 C’est le printemps. Installe au jardin, Ludovic regne sur toute une menagerie d’animaux en papier. C’est le jeu de la jungle.Realisateur est Co Hoedeman. 0414 French 9:57 min

LYPA
107215 VH 30 min JS 1990 Lypa Pitsiulak is an Inuit hunter and an accomplished graphic artist and sculptor. The film is an unusual journey into Arctic life, Shamanism and the experience of dreams. 0714 English 30 min

LUDOVIC - UN VENT DE MAGIE
002086 VH 12:13 min P 2002 C’est l’automne dans toute sa splendeur et le petit Ludovic s’amuse au parc.Une histoire pleine de fraicheur portant sur la magie de la complicite entre un enfant et sa nouvelle amie. 0414 French 12:13 min

MACBETH
105901 VH 148 min S BBC Television version of this Shakespeare play is set in the date at which it happened, about 25 years before the Norman Invasion of England, in 1040. Tape 1: Acts 1, 2,3. Tape 2: Acts 4, 5. 0077 English 148 min

A LOVE THAT KILLS
000700 VH 19:32 min JS 1999 A Love That Kills is a powerful documentary that tells the tragic story of Monica, a nineteen-year-old woman who was murdered by her former boyfriend. Monica’s mother speaks passionately throughout the video, bravely telling viewers about her daughter’s life and tragic death. She describes the helplessness she felt watching the emotional and economic abuse. She later discovered that physical battering was also part of the violence that Monica endured. In a parallel conversation, young people list the symptoms of partner abuse from male and female points of view. This video helps to identify the warning signs of partner abuse, especially in young people, and the damage it causes emotionally and physically. It will help generate discussion and action and is appropriate for use in Health, Guidance, Family Law or Social Studies

LUDOVIC - UNE POUPEE DANS LA NEIGE
002084 VH 14:15 min P 2002 Il neige. Un vent d’hiver souffle sur une chaumiere habitee par une famille d’ours en peluche. Un petit ourson, Ludovic, reve d’aller glisser dehors avec des amis. Co Hoedeman nous invite a decouvrir tout le mystere et la magie du monde. 0414 French 14:15 min

MACBETH :THE WORLD OF WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE SERIES
105907 VH 36 min IS 1985 The story of a power-hungry prince and his ruthless wife who scheme to seize the Scottish throne. 0689 English 36 min

LUNAR,L’EPAULARD EGARE
002163 VH 19:46 min IJ 2004 Cette video fournit un compte rendu de la situation actuelle difficile des orques meridionales au large des cotes de la C.-B. Ce film traite divers aspects concernant ces creatures magnifiques, tels que leur langue et leurs structures familiales. Des eleves pourraient etre au courant de cette histoire locale, dont certains aspects ont ete recemment presentes dans les journaux televises. French 19:46 min

MACHINE A EXPLORER LE TEMPS, LA
106036 VH 28 min JS 1993 Livroclips" Series. H.G. Wells. Theme: ` ` Le temps. 0665 French 28 min

131 MACHINES
104298 VH 20 min IJ 1991 Designing a machine for a specific task involves defining a need, devising a feasible solution, building it and testing it, then modifying it if necessary. Pupils explore the use of machines in our world. 0585 English 20 min

THE MAGIC OF MAGNETISM
000717 VH 15 min P 1999 With the help of a magician, experiments and vivid graphics, students learn all about magnets and how they work. Learn where magnets come from, how to make a magnet, the lines of force, and much more with an exciting "magic show" that demonstrates the many uses of magnets. Science K-7 (IRP). 0929 English 15 min

THE MAGICAL EYE
105151 VH 47 min JS 1990 The CBC salutes the National Film Board of Canada - world-renowned treasure-house of innovation and excellence in film-making. 0714 English 47 min

MADE IN CANADA
002189 VH 19 min JS 2004 Hidden cameras expose modern-day garment industry sweatshops in Vancouver and Toronto. Illiterate immigrant workers are powerless to resist employers who violate employment standards for minimum wages, overtime and benefit provisions, and working conditions, despite union - and even retailer efforts to police the industry in the face of government neglect.This CBC’s The National nightly news program provides an excellent springboard for classroom discussion on child labour and worker exploitation. 0194 English 19 min

MAGICAL MOTHER NATURE : THE FOUR SEASONS
102291 VH 15 min P 1991 Aims to focus children’s attention on the myriad of changes and events that characterize the four seasons. 0714 English 15 min

THE MAGIC OF MAGNETS
102467 VH 12 min I 1991 ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM SERIES - Explores magnetism and shows the special relationship between magnetism and electricity. 0599 English 12 min

LA MAGIE DES EAUX
107263 VH 30 min J 1987 (Series: LA BAIE DES ESPRITS)In this episode, Cheemo has been given a week to come up with a $1500 boat payment or the bank will repossess the vessel. Teawash, the wisewoman, advises him that if he wants to catch enough fish to make the money, he must not forget to appease the lake spirits by offering back some of the catch. 0571 French 30 min

THE MAGIC OF STUDY SKILLS
013101 VH 80 min IJ 1994 An entertaining video with proven techniques to dramatically increase grades for students in grades 5 - 10. Ten tools for total success. Plan your day to earn your "A". Listening in one ear and it sticks, notes are NOT for nerds, memories are made of this, memory tips for total recall, plan your day for work and play, goal setting, and getting organized at home. This video is distributed by the Brain Gym group in Winnipeg and teachers who have viewed it think very highly of it. Good for parents who want to help their children. 0544 English 80 min

MADELINE
105632 VH 7 min P 1989 Based on the book written and illustrated by Ludwig Bemelmans. Madeline was inspired by Ludwig’s memory of his stay in a hospital in Saint Sauver, France, after a biking accident. 0058 English 7 min

MAGNETIC FIELDS
PH0616 VH 17 min S 1989 THE MECHANICAL UNIVERSE AND BEYOND: EDITED VERSION SERIES - The video examines the properties of magnets and magnetic forces. Magnetic lines of flux are described. The interaction between a magnetic field and magnetic lines of flux, as well as between a magnetic field and a moving charge, are also examined. The contributions of Gilbert, Oersted, and Ampere are woven into the program. Emphasis is given to the discovery of the Earth’s magnetism, the aurora, and the Van Allen belts. 0571 English 17 min Physics Space Science and Earth Science

MADELINE’S CHRISTMAS
101407 VH 24 min PI 1990 A snowstorm strikes and it looks as though Madeline will spend Christmas cooking, cleaning and caring for eleven sneezing friends. Delightfully animated and filled with original songs. 0418 English 24 min

THE MAGIC SCHOOL BUS: BUTTERFLIES
000811 VH 30 min PI 1999 It’s time for the big soccer game and the kids need a new mascot, fast! But when Phoebe suggests they call their team "The Butterflies," the others say no way. So it’s off to the swamp in search of the mysterious creature, Ms. Frizzle calls the Bog Beast! But when the port-a-shrinker zaps the kids to bug-size, they discover the bog’s most truly exciting beast, as they learn there’s no surprise...like butterflies! 0870 English 30 min

MADISON SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: HEALING CIRCLE [107297]

MADONNA, CHILD AND SAINT ANNE
104924 VH 30 min S 1992 A great experimenter, Leonardo da Vinci worked on this painting for years without truly finishing it. Sigmund Freud analyzed the relationship between Leonardo and his mother. 0585 English 30 min

MAGNETS CC
PSC014 VH 13 min P 1990 Using the investigative approach to science discovery, Investigator Alligator, with the aid of his friend Mr. E., explores the concepts of magnetic strength, polarity and magnetic fields as he tries to solve the "Case of the Bounding Rings. 0296 English 13 min Primary Science

THE MAGIC SCHOOL BUS INSIDE THE EARTH
102526 VH 30 min PI 1990 READING RAINBOW SERIES Exploring the inside wonders of the earth is truly an exciting adventure. Go along on a hilarious science adventure that follows a quirky teacher and her students on a field trip they will never forget. LeVar goes on his own adventure when he visits California Caverns and learns about stalagmites, stalactites and "spelunking" (cave exploring). 0269 English 30 min

THE MAGIC METAL : URANIUM
104644 VH S This film focuses on the properties of uranium and also shows the workings of a nuclear reactor : how it uses uranium to create heat energy, and how it converts this energy into electricity. English

MAGNETS! MAGNETS!
102465 VH 12 min P Magnets can be fun! And also very useful. This film gives youngsters a basic introduction to magnets. 0983 English 12 min

132 MAGNETS: THE DRAGON’S SECRET
000426 VH 15 min PI 1985 Uses animation and live-action techniques to introduce the theory of magnetism and magnets for young children. 0585 English 15 min

Russia to study ballet at the Vaganova Ballet Academy, culminating in a professional performance. Included are clips of personal interviews with him and his main instructors. or IRP005 0104 English 49 min

MAMMALS
103633 VH 12 min I 1986 This film introduces mammals, perhaps the most familiar animals on earth. Mammals in the film range in size from the tiny mouse to the enormous whale. 0689 English 12 min

MAGNIFICENT WHALES, THE
103676 VH 40 min PS 1988 The Smithsonian Institution and Marine Mammal Fund present the whales and dolphins of North American waters together with some of their marine mammal relatives. 0898 English 40 min

MAKING SENSE OF OUR SENSES (CC)
103916 VH 12 min JS 1993 SPACE EDUCATION SERIES Examines the human sensory systems used for body balance and coordination. Experiments are shown in 1g (Earth) and a 0g (weightless) environment. This video features a high degree of Canadian content. 0104 English 12 min

MAMMALS AND THEIR YOUNG
103635 VH 15 min 1988 Here is a look at a great variety of mammals and the diverse environments they inhabit. 0689 English 15 min

MAN ALIVE
For descriptions see individual titles: AFTER LIFE [000316]

MAGRITTE, MONSIEUR RENE
104900 VH 50 min JS 1989 Magritte said that it was the subject, rather than artistic technique, that created a beautiful painting. This presentation takes us to the places that fired his imagination and became his favourite subjects. 0983 English 50 min

MAKING TREATIES IN B.C.
201701 VH 44 min JS 1997 Making Treaties in BC explores the feelings and views of First Nations and non-native peoples involved and most affected by modern treaties and treaty making in British Columbia. "Our goal is to bring people together through an understanding of each other’s views," says Richard Hersley, the film’s cowriter and producer. 0011 English 44 min

THE MAN AND THE GIANT : AN ESKIMO LEGEND
000646 VH 7:33 min IJ 1975 A hunter is pursued, bound up and carried to a cave in this legend of a river and how fog came to the land. The story is enacted by Inuit using katadjak or throatsinging. The audience is locked in an alien world of sights and sounds where human activity seems propulsed by primeval forces. 0714 English 7:33 min

LA MAISON HANTEE (CC)
106100 VH 26 min 1992 (Serie LES INTREPIDES) Dans cet ` episode, Clementine croit qu’il y a des ` ` fantomes dans la maison de sa grandˆ mere Antoinette. En visite chez cette ` derniere, Julie et Tom se lancent dans ` une chasse aux fantomes et ˆ decouvrent le mystere de la maison ` ` hantee. [Not the same as 402 VR 105.] ` Francais Langue Premiere K a 7 0104 ¸ ` ` French 26 min

MALE AND FEMALE: RESPECTING EACH OTHER
100619 VH 20 min S 1993 Provides conflict resolution skills for teen couples. Realistic vignettes present and resolve relationship difficulties including unwanted attention, sexual harassment, pressure to be sexually active, rumours, etc. Assertive and respectful ways to handle issues by males and females are demonstrated. Career & Personal Planning 8-12 0104 English 20 min

A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS
105926 VH 120 min S 1991 Using "A Man for All Seasons", students in English, Drama, History, and Humanities classes explore Renaissance England and the ethical and religious conflicts between Sir Thomas More, visionary, humanist, and court advisor, and the forceful tyrant King Henry VIII. 0274 English 120 min

MAKE GERMANY PAY
HI0309 VH 20 min SI 1980 TWENTIETH CENTURY HISTORY SERIES - November 11, 1918. While the allies celebrate Armistice day, the defeated Germans return home. The program describes events at the Paris Peace Conference leading to the signing of the Treaty of Versailles. The different views of Woodrow Wilson, Clemenceau and Lloyd George on how Germany should be treated are mentioned briefly. Their fear of Bolshevism’s gaining ground in Germany is reinforced by the Communists’ insurrection in Berlin in January, 1919 even though these are defeated by the new German government under Ebert. 0076 English 20 min History

MAN ON THE MOON
104374 VH 60 min IS 1989 During this hour you and Walter Cronkite will relive Neil Armstrong’s inspiring "one small step for man," along with the tense and dramatic events that surrounded it. Every major highlight of nine epic-making days is included, from life-off to spashdown. 0206 English 60 min

MAMA, DO YOU LOVE ME?
105680 VH 13 min I 1991 The delightful tale of a young Inuit girl who tests her mother’s love by asking a series of "What if? questions -"What if I ran away?" "What if I stayed away and sang with the wolves and slept in a cave?" With each question the girl’s mother provides the reassurance that a parent’s love is undonditional and that, no matter what the child does, her mother will always love her. 0207 English 13 min

MAN WHO THOUGHT WITH HIS HAT, THE (CC)
PLA006 VH 14 min P 1986 This animation deals with the president of an imaginary island who is only able to think when wearing his hat. The hat subsequently becomes lost and throws the government into chaos. The country becomes unregimented and people begin to discover other values and interests in their lives. A young girl, possessing the innocent wisdom of childhood, finds the hat, returns it, and causes the president to re-evalutate his position. Closed Captioned for the Hearing Impaired. 0264 English 14 min

MAMA DON’T ALLOW (CC)
PR0466 VH 30 min P 1984 READING RAINBOW SERIES - The viewer joins host LeVar Burton in a swamp which is the home of many alligators. The feature book is the story of a boy who receives a saxophone for a birthday gift. When Mama won’t allow him and his Swamp Band to practice in the house they practice in the swamp. 0264 English 30 min Primary

THE MAKING OF A DANCER (CC)
105207 VH 49 min S 1994 A 20 - year - old male Canadian factory worker, through inspiration and determination, becomes a gifted ballet performer. The video follows Stephan Leonard’s development from leaving home, job, and family to moving to

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MAP GRIDS
106272 VH 10 min J 1985 GEOGRAPHY SKILLS SERIES - This simple scientific method of determining location - by means of a map grid - is described, and its advantages and disadvantages outlined. 0470 English 10 min

MARIJUANA AND HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY
104022 VH 22 min JS 1988 Helps dispel the belief that marijuana is harmless using hard facts especially the drug’s psychoactive ongredient THC and its effect on body. Shows actual medical X-rays of brain and lung biopsies. 0269 English 22 min

MANAGING OUR RESOURCES
000797 VH 27 min JS 1995 This video covers a range of issues from tree farms to ecosystem management. It touches on the vital chemical resources for medicine extracted from trees and private forest lands and the risks of monoculture tree farms. 0585 English 27 min

MAP SKILLS
000006 VH 15 min PI 1991 THE GEOGRAPHY TUTOR SERIES Answers questions ask about map skills like "What is scale? Why use colours? How do you plot latitude and longitude?" Part of a series, The Geography Tutor. 0601 English 15 min Social Studies

MARIJUANA EXPOSED
001899 VH 17:38 min IJ 2000 Marijuana Exposed begins with Chris who describes how he started smoking pot at age 12. He is followed by Kelly who describes how her marijuana use at age 16 caused her to run away from home.As the video’s narrator’s explain, "Some people see marijuana as a safe, harmless drug. That’s because pot’s dangerous side effects can creep up slowly, before people even realize what is happening." Several helpful refusal techniques are identified and students are encouraged to think of their own personal reasons for saying no to marijuana. 0599 English 17:38 min

MANDELA AND THE CHILDREN
000682 VH 56 min PIJS 1998 The life and struggle of Nelson Mandela is one of the heroic stories of the 20th century. This video is a record of the extraordinary celebration by 45 thousand Canadian schoolchildren of that life. In his last mass world television event before retirement, Nelson Mandela transformed Canada’s SkyDome into a rollicking classroom experience, one that will live in the memories of all who were lucky enough to be there. This video contains exclusive behind the scenes video of President Mandela; captures performances by Susan Aglukark, Messenjah, Dubmatique, Lorraine Klassen and Dolly Rathebe; and records the complete speech of President Mandela to the leaders of the 21st century. NBS English 56 min

MAP SKILLS FOR BEGINNERS SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: DIRECTIONS (2ND ED.) [106284] GLOBES (2ND ED.) [106285]

MAP SYMBOLS
106271 VH 10 min IJ 1985 GEOGRAPHY SKILLS SERIES - This animated program teaches an understanding of map legends, and the techniques of identifying and locating information through different sizes and shapes of symbols. 0470 English 10 min

MARK TWAIN:HOW I CAME INTO THE LITERARY PROFESSIO
IGLA13 VH 25 min S 1988 This short video, with Richard Henzel acting as Mark Twain, successfully uses monologue to describe Twain’s life up to the beginning of his literary career. The monologue relies heavily on excerpts from Twain’s works and identifies the real people who inspired the characters in his books. 0571 English 25 min

MANGER POUR VIVRE: S’ALIMENTER
103873 VH 26 min IS 1989 Pourquoi avons-nous besoin de nourriture et comment elle se rend jusqua a l’estomac. 0506 French ` ` 26 min

MAPPING CANADA: FROM ASTROLABE TO LASER
9O1065 VH 18 min J 1986 An actor playing the role of Samuel de Champlain provides the thread that ties this program together. We follow Champlain as he learns all about modern maps, cartographic techniques, and the many uses of maps. Much of the program is composed of still shots, due to the nature of the subject. This program is also available in French (PEMC No. L00331) 0368 English 18 min Social Studies

MANUFACTURED LANDSCAPES = PAYSAGES FABRIQUEES
013371 DV 90 min IJS 2007 Documentary by award winning director Jennifer Baichwal follows Edward Burtynsky to China, as he captures the effects of the country’s massive industrial revolution. The film leads us to meditate on human endeavour and its impact on the planet. 0714 English 90 min

MARKETPLACE SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: TEEN DRIVER [104376]

MAROONED,CREATING A CULTURE
000324 KT I 1995 A simulation kit designed to fulfill the British Columbia Grade 6 Social Studies IRP by allowing students to explore and "experience" the development of a culture. Contents of this interdisciplinary kit are: 16 textbooks: Marooned,Creating a Culture, 1 binder: Marooned Teacher’s Resource Package, 8 Surviving/ Wayfaring boards(dice and pawns included), 8 Ayesha’s Sketchbook of Island Resources posters, 8 Marooned maps, 8 Rain Forest Environment posters. The kit contains enough materials to accomodate a class of 32 students. It is designed to be played in teams of 3 or 4 students.(BOOK FOR 6-8 WEEKS) English

MANY TRIALS OF ONE JANE DOE
002099 VH 92 min S 2003 This case study follows a rape victim as she battles through her emotional distress, and her efforts to change attitudes and practices of the Toronto Police Dep. and the judicial system.Note: Contains content that is very explicit but appropriate within the context of this sensitive topic. 0414 English 92 min

MARIE CURIE: RIEN N’EST PAS AUSSI SIMPLE QU’IL N’Y PARAIT
001819 VH 52 min IJS 2001 SERIE LES GRANDS INVENTEURS Pendant la Premiere Guerre mondiale, les deux jeunes soeurs Boudreau suuivent la scientifique, Marie Curie sur le champ de bataille ou elles decouvrent que la gagnante d’un Prix Nobel se sert de la science pour sauver des vies. 0252 French 52 min

MANY VOICES SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: FOOD FOR THOUGHT [100548]

134 MARS (CC)
102245 VH 11 min IS This video uses computer enhanced images, graphics and photography to show the make-up of the surface and atmosphere of the planet. Closed Captioned for the Hearing Impaired. From the GALACTIC ENCYCLOPEDIA Series. 0104 English 11 min

MARSH: NATURE’S NURSERY (CC)
ISC013 VH 15 min I 1988 David Suzuki and naturalist Barbara McKean guide a group of children through a Canadian marsh in spring. By observing, questioning and participating, the children discover the continuing life cycles of plants, animals, insects and in particular, frogs. Closed Captioned for the Hearing Impaired. 0571 English 15 min Intermediate Science

MASS
102322 VH 13 min K 1994 MEASURING MATTER SERIES - In the "Case of the Missing Ring" Investigator Alligator learns that mass has weight, but weight may change depending on the location of the matter. He also learns that mass is measurable against standardized masses on a balancing scale and that very different items can have the same mass. Al’s understanding of mass finally leads him to discover the missing ring in the birthday cake candle. Case closed! 0574 English 13 min

MARSALIS ON MUSIC: LISTENING FOR CLUES
000236 VH 53 min IJSA 1995 What does it take to enjoy a long piece of music? Wynton says,"Learn structure and form, and music unfolds like a story." He then show us how to identify different forms, moving effortlessly from Prokoviev to Gershwin, Ellington and Ives. Once we recognize form, we can start swinging to it...whatever its style. 0574 English 53 min

MARTIN FROBISHER’S GOLD MINE
000638 VH 25:36 min IJS 1993 In 1576, Martin Frobisher set out to find a northern sea route to the Orient. He landed on Baffin Island, encountered the Cnadian Inuit, and collected what he thought was gold ore. The following two summers, he led expeditions which mined over 1200 tonnes of worthless rock, and attempted,without success, to establish the first English settlement in North America. 0714 English 25:36 min

MASTERS OF ANIMATION VOL. 1
104803 VH 85 min IA 1986 This 4 vol. series by John Halas provides an opportunity to experience the exciting diversity of the world’s leading animation artists as well as state of the art animation technology. Vol. 1 covers U.S. and Canadian animation. 0449 English 85 min

MARSALIS ON MUSIC:SOUSA TO SATCHMO WITH SEIJI OZAWA
000237 VH 54 min IJSA 1996 Did jazz just happen, or is it part of an older tradition? Wynton shows how Sousa’s European-style orchestra was transformed into an American band. Once ragtime and raggin’ changed its beat, collective improvisation turned it into New Orleans jazz. Rousing performances of Sousa,Joplin and Armstrong demonstrate this evolution. 0574 English 54 min

MASTERS OF ANIMATION VOL. 2
104804 VH 87 min IA 1986 The animation of Great Britain, Italy and France. 0449 English 87 min

MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.
013383 VH 23 min PI 2003 Not that long ago, Africa Americans were denied basic rights and opportunities in the United States, but one’s man work and dedication helped change the future of our country - for ALL Americans. Take an in-depth look as the life of this Civil Rights leader and learn about his commitment to nonviolence in the pursuit of social change. 0868 English 23 min

MASTERS OF ANIMATION VOL. 3
104805 VH 113 min IA 1986 The animation of the USSR, Yugoslavia, Poland and Hungary. 0449 English 113 min

MARSALIS ON MUSIC:TACKLING THE MONSTER WITH YO-YO MA
000239 VH 53 min IJSA 1995 Does anyone like to practice? Wynton calls it "the large monster." Even the great cellist Yo-Yo Ma confesses he hates it. Fortunately, Wynton has a strategy for slaying this monster. With the help of Yo-Yo,he shows young musicians how to practice new or difficult pieces. Together they play a thrilling jazz improvisation and then finish with a swinging duet of Ellington’s "Mood Indigo." 0574 English 53 min

MASTERS OF ANIMATION VOL. 4
104806 VH 84 min IA 1986 The animation of Japan and a look at computer animation technology. 0449 English 84 min

MARVELS OF THE MIND
103848 VH 23 min JS 1980 Exciting film sequences bring to life the cortex and other brain structures, and reveal blood flow and electrical and chemical activity in the brain. 0689 English 23 min

MATH ... WHO NEEDS IT?
102078 VH 58 min JS 1991 Starring Jaime Escalante, the renowned math teacher who inspired "Stand and Deliver", this is a fun and exciting adventure giving viewers a new perspective on how math is used in real life. 0983 English 58 min

MARY OF MILE 18
106613 VH 12 min IJ 1981 The story of a young girl living with her family in a remote area of B.C. Animated drawings were prepared by Ann Blades. 0714 English 12 min

MARSALIS ON MUSIC:WHY TOES TAP
000238 VH 52 min IJSA 1996 Using 2 versions of THE NUTCRACKER (Tchaikovsky’s original and Duke Ellington’s jazz arrangement), Wynton demonstrates how composers use rhythm to express a wide variety of emotions. With words as simple as "no motion,no rhythm; no rhythm, no music," Wynton teaches us to swing with the music. 0574 English 52 min

MATHEMATICAL EYE SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: PAPER ENGINEERING [102142]

THE MARZIPAN PIG
105678 VH 30 min PI 1990 The tale of the Marzipan Pig, whose sweetness would enchant a lonely mouse, a lovesick owl, a curious bee and a weary hibiscus flower, inspires a dance of love under the light of the moon. 0381 English 30 min

MATHEMATICS WITH MANIPULATIVES : BASE TEN BLOCKS
102112 VH 20 min KPI 1988 Demonstrates how to use base ten blocks to teach math in K-6 classrooms. Shows actual lessons being taught to children. 0321 English 20 min

135 MATHEMATICS WITH MANIPULATIVES : CUISENAIRE RODS
102113 VH 20 min KPI 1988 Demonstrates how to use Cuisenaire rods to teach math in K-6 classrooms. 0321 English 20 min

LA MATRICE DE LA VIE
002074 VH 53:38 min JS 2002 David Suzuki travels to India, South Africa, Brazil and within Canada to study water,its properties and its importance for human beings. 0414 French 53:38 min

management; and cooperation between First Nations and state governments. First Nations Studies 12 0104 English 50 min

A MATTER OF TASTE: THE HUMAN SENSES SERIES
103845 VH 14 min PI 1982 This film shows how taste information is sent from cells in taste buds on the tongue along nerve pathways to the brain. 0689 English 14 min

MATHEMATICS WITH MANIPULATIVES : GEOBOARDS
102115 VH 20 min KPI 1988 Demonstrates how to use geoboards to teach math in K-6 classrooms. 0321 English 20 min

MATT MATTOX - JAZZ ART TECHNIQUE
105197 VH 45 min Matt Mattox and Annette Plottin demonstrate 45 warm-up exercises and a long dance routine. This will assist in building strength, flexibility, technique and skill for jazzercize students and teachers. (Supplementary to "The Matt Mattox Book of Jazz Dance" by Elisabeth Frich.) 0509 English 45 min

MATTER: SOLIDS, LIQUIDS AND GASES
000705 VH 13:30 min I 1999 What is matter? Every object that exists is matter. This video discusses the concept of matter and describes the three states in which it exists. Students will be intrigued by the universally relevant information presented in the video. Using experiments, live action video and diagrams, students explain the concepts of matter. 0929 English 13:30 min

MATHEMATICS WITH MANIPULATIVES : PATTERN BLOCKS
102114 VH 20 min KPI 1988 Demonstrates how to use pattern blocks to teach math in K-6 classrooms. 0321 English 20 min

MATTER AND ENERGY SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: MATTER : HOW IS IT PUT TOGETHER? [102321] MATTER : WHAT IS IT? [102320]

COMBINED PROBABILITY
001690 VH 15 min IJS 2000 Competitions and marketing campaigns offering prizes are used to develop ideas about probability through consideration of the chance of being a winner. We see how probability concerns both the people who devise competitions and the people who enter them. 0574 English 15 min

MATTER : HOW IS IT PUT TOGETHER?
102321 VH 10 min IJ 1992 MATTER AND ENERGY SERIES - This video concentrates on the states of matter and how matter can change from one state to another. The three states of matter common to our experience are described. The fourth state of matter, plasma, is also presented. Includes a discussion guide and four duplicating masters. 0599 English 10 min

MATTER : WHAT IS IT?
102320 VH 10 min IJ 1992 MATTER AND ENERGY SERIES This video introduces students to the structure of matter. Descriptions of particle accelerators and how they are used to explore atoms help to clarify some of the latest information about the building blocks of matter. 0599 English 10 min

BEARINGS
001735 VH 15 min JS 2000 Bearings are introduced through demonstrations of how they are applied to navigation in real life. The programme shows how even the most sophisticated technology on ships and aeroplanes uses simple three-figure bearings to plot a course. 0414 English 15 min

A MATTER OF CONSCIENCE
000272 VH 34 min IJS 1996 An innovative way to introduce the subject of the Holocaust, A Matter of Conscience is a drama in which a teenager’s love for his granfather is threatened by the shocking disclosure that the elder man may have been one of Hitler’s SS guards stationed at Poland’s Treblinka concentration camp in 1943. The accusation disrupts the local community and thrusts the horror and fear of the Holocaust back into the midst of this modern American family. Viewers, like those in the drama, will have to look to their own values for a resolution. 0599 English 34 min

MAX ET LES MAXIMONSTRES
105601 VH 8 min P 1991 Un film d’adaptation base sur le livre par Maurice Sendak. 1037 French 8 min

MCELLIGOT’S POOL
105631 VH 12 min P 1985 Based on a book by Dr. Seuss. What is young Marco’s secret? Why does he spend all day fishing in a polluted puddle like McElligot’s Pond? Imagination - that’s the secret! 0058 English 12 min

SINE RATIO
002059 VH 15 min JS 2001 This video follows the standard format of the "Maths 4 Real" series. A concept is introduced often with a real life example and showing right and wrong examples. The importance of the relationship between sides and angles in right-angled triangles are demonstrated by firefighters using ladders, a young water-skier preparing for a competition and a champion Paralympic athlete. 0414 English 15 min

A MATTER OF PROMISES
107226 VH 50 min S WINDS OF CHANGE SERIES - This video is divided into three segments with attention given to the Onondaga, the Navajo and the Lummi Nations. This documentary examines several issues including self-government; national assimilation versus accommodation; concern regarding the future; language development; residential schools; traditional versus contemporary justice and law enforcement; taxation; resource

MCGRUFF ON HALLOWE’EN
PLL021 VH 14 min PI 1990 Narrated by McGruff, a costumed dog, this video dramatizes safety tips for Hallowe’en. Safety features are detailed in this video. The message is a positive one, emphasizing that with care Hallowe’en can be safe and happy. Full-colour narration and dramatization. 0264 English 14 min Primary Learning for Living

MATHSPHERE SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: ON SHAKY GROUND (CC) [102149]

136 THE MEANING OF PERCENT
102126 VH 15 min I 1987 SOLVE IT SERIES - Children learn methods on how to calculate discounts for items. In an animated segment, one-hundred members of a marching band are highlighted to depict concepts of 15%, 20%, and 75%. A professional basketball announcer explains how the concept of percent is important to his job. Mathematics K-7 0793 English 15 min

MECHANISMS OF EVOLUTION
002178 DV 28 min JS 2004 This program helps students learn about evolution by using a model with counters of different colours to demonstrate genetic drift, mutation and selection. Statistical results are compared and then related to what happens in an animal or plant population. 0267 English 28 min

guilds. It also describes a shoemaker’s shop, showing the activities of the master craftsman, the apprentices, and the journeymen. 0983 English 21 min History

THE MEDIEVAL KNIGHTS
HI0345 VH 22 min IS 1956 MEDIEVAL SERIES - The film discusses the place of the knight in the social structure of the Middle Ages. It also recreates events in the life of a young man of the 12th century showing his training as a page, his activities as a squire, and the ceremonies accompanying his appointment to knighthood. 0983 English 22 min History

MEDICAL FRONTIERS : 100 YEARS OF INNOVATION
000917 VH 60 min JSA 2000 This video looks at the medical milestones of the past 100 years in British Columbia, as the Britsh Columbia Medical Association marks its 100th anniversary. This is done through compelling interviews and moving historical visuals. BCMA English 60 min

MEANWHILE, BACK AT THE RANCH (CC)
PR0455 VH 30 min P 1987 READING RAINBOW SERIES - The feature book is about a farmer who has an unusual day. He returns home only to find out that he missed an even more eventful day at the farm. Host LeVar Burton rides in a stagecoach to Old Tucson (Arizona), an authentic western town. Viewers also see demonstrations of horseback stunts. 0264 English 30 min Primary

THE MEDIEVAL MANOR
HI0343 VH 21 min IS 1956 MEDIEVAL SERIES - Animation and live action explain the duties of the manor lord and his seneschal, the work of the artisans and field workers, the operation of the manor court, and the function of the abbey. The film shows festivities at the wedding of the lord’s son. 0983 English 21 min History

MEDICINE
013347 DV 45 min IJS 2005 Host Bill Nye explores the most significant medical discoveries about the human body, from 1538 until the 1980s.Nye explores the 18th-century development of the smallpox vaccine; the 20th-century discoveries of how vitamins, insulin, and the drugs penicillin and sulfa can help overcome deadly disorders and diseases; and the modern-day discoveries about genetics, cancer and causes of AIDS. 0564 English 45 min

MEASUREMENT/PATTERNS
001002 VH 47 min IJ 1998 BILL NYE : THE SCIENCE GUY SERIES - Video divided in two parts, each of approximately 26 minutes. Each segment contain experiments. The first segment shows how by using measurement we can make useful comparisons of distance, time, mass and temperature. The second segment explains that patterns are a human way to organize and understand things. To define and describe the patterns we see in nature, humans invented a special language–math–the language of patterns. 0574 English 47 min

MEDIEVAL SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: THE MEDIEVAL GUILDS [HI0344] THE MEDIEVAL KNIGHTS [HI0345]

THE MEDICINE WHEEL
001704 VH 24 min JS 1997 An emotional story of First Nations spirituality told in the first person by Renae Morriseau, a Cree woman from Manitoba. The Medicine Wheel explores interpretations of the medicine wheel and what it represents in aboriginal traditions. Visually moving segments highlight the Sweat Lodge and Pipe ceremonies as Morriseau considers the timelessness of the wheel that is at the centre of native spirituality. 0011 English 24 min

MEDIEVAL SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: THE MEDIEVAL CRUSADES [HI0342] THE MEDIEVAL MANOR [HI0343]

MEDIEVAL SOCIETY
HI0194 VH 30 min IS 1976 The program establishes the closely integrated structure of society by the reenactment of aspects of work and responsibility of people during 14th century medieval life. Showing that the monarch was the symbol and protector of the state, the functions of the barons, the church and the towns are examined. 0583 English 30 min History

MEASURING AREA: PRIMARY
001831 VH 12 min T 2001 THE LESSON COLLECTION: MATH STRATEGIES SERIES - Measuring area (Primary Grades) - Using number skills and problem solving strategies to measure surface area. 0054 English 12 min

THE MEDIEVAL CRUSADES
HI0342 VH 27 min IS 1956 MEDIEVAL SERIES - Animation and live action show the causes of the Crusades and their influence on European life. The program dramatizes the adventures of two young knights on the first crusade to Jerusalem in A.D. 1096. 0983 English 27 min History

MEASURING MATTER SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: MASS [102322]

MEDIEVAL SOCIETY : THE NOBILITY
HI0172 VH 11 min IJ 1977 It is the thirteenth century and we are at the castle of the baron, dining with the abbott, the bishop, the knights and other guests, and entertained at the feast by a juggler. Observing daily life, we see the roles of clergy and members of the nobility, including the king. Same as 940 MP 107. 0296 English 11 min History

THE MECHANICAL UNIVERSE AND BEYOND: EDITED VERSION SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: ELECTRICAL FIELDS AND FORCES [PH0612] ELECTROMAGNETIC INDUCTION [PH0617] EQUIPOTENTIALS AND FIELDS [PH0613] MAGNETIC FIELDS [PH0616] SIMPLE DC CIRCUITS [PH0615]

THE MEDIEVAL GUILDS
HI0344 VH 21 min IS 1956 MEDIEVAL SERIES - The film discusses the growth of medieval towns, and the development, functioning, and gradual decay of the

137 MEDIEVAL TIMES: LIFE IN THE MIDDLE AGES (1000 - 1
106878 VH 15 min IS Part 1) introduces the subject of feudalism as it existed among the four basic strata of medieval society: nobility, military, religious, and labouring classes. Part 2) examines the structure and role of religion in the Middle Ages, the effects of the Reformation, and village life for the Serfs. 0600 English 15 min

MERLIN ET LES DRAGONS
000152 VH 27 min PI 1994 STORIES TO REMEMBER series Cette video nous presente le Roi Arthur et le magicien Merlin. Angoisse, le jeune roi s’inerroge sur sa condition. Le Magicien lui raconte son enfance, faite de batailles et de dragons. Cette histoire redonne confiance au jeune Arthur qui deviendra un grand roi. 0104 French 27 min

MEDIEVAL WORLD, THE
106876 VH 19 min I 1992 Here, in a short 15 minutes, an age long since forgotten is re-visited. Discusses feudalism, roles of women, children, church, knights, aristocracy and the Justice System. 0066 English 19 min

MERRY CHRISTMAS, STREGA NONA
101422 VH 11 min I 1993 The beloved Grandma Witch of Calabria is back. She is busily at work for her annual Christmastime feast for the whole town. Questioned daily by her only helper, Big Anthony, about why she’s not using her magic to help with the many preparations, Strega Nona replies, "No magic at Christmastime. Christmastime has a magic of its own. 0240 English 11 min

between comets, meteorites, and asteroids; the effects of meteorites on the dinosaurs and the shape of our planets surface; the discovery of Iridium concentrations in rock strata and their links to meteorites; satellite images of craters in Siberia, Mexico, Canada, Australia and Namibia; computer generated images of meteorites crashing and moving across glaciers; chrondites, containing amino acids, supplying the original matter of our solar system. 0267 English 16 min

METHAMPHETAMINES: THE HARD FACTS
002017 VH 18 min JS 2003 Full of delusions and paranoia, the tortured world of the meth addict is shown in all its horror. The characters in the film have completed a drug rehabilitation program and describe in detail the seduction of the drug and the realization that this drug has left them with many physical ailments. 0414 English 18 min

THE MEIOTIC MIX
000912 VH 10 min S 1986 ORGANIC EVOLUTION SERIES Illustrates the difference between mitosis, an asexual mode of reproduction, and the "chromosomal dance" that occurs during meiosis, with their significance to organic evolution. The reshuffling of chromosomes during meiosis is shown to generate variation. 0953 English 10 min

LA MERVEILLEUSE HISTOIRE DE LA POMME DE TERRE
104412 VH 24 min IS 1988 Un hommage a un heros anonyme de ` ` notre vie quotidienne-La Pomme de terre. Ce video raconte son histoire ` des jours anciens ou les Incas la ` cultivaient dans les Andes, a son ` introduction en Europe par les Espagnols. 0665 French 24 min

METROPOLIS: ALEXANDRIE
013365 DV 52 min IJ 2005 Athenes, Alexandrie, Carthage, Rome: pendant l’Antiquite, ces villes du pourtour mediterraneen etaient les hauts-lieux de la culture, du pouvoir, de la spiritualite et du commerce. Alexandrie: La cite du savoir; Athenes: le gouvernement du peuple, Carthage: la cite de la mer; Rome: le coeur de l’Empire. 0373 French 52 min

Memoires d’un pays
For descriptions see individual titles: WATARI DORI: UN OISEAU MIGRATEUR [000969]

MERV’S TREE FARM
102895 VH 24 min IJ 1991 Not far from the temperate rain forest of the Carmanah is Merv Wilkinson’s farm, a 150-acre tract of forest that has been logged nine times in the past forty-five years yet still contains more board feet of lumber than it did before the first cut. Discover how selective logging and forest management can preserve old growth forests. 0645 English 24 min

THE MERCHANT OF VENICE: SHYLOCK (SHAKESPEARE EXPL
ILA053 VH 27 min JS 1991 Patrick Stewart effectively demonstrates how different interpretations of Shakespeare’s language can affect our understanding and also an actor’s portrayal of Shylock’s character in Shakespeare’s "The Merchant of Venice". Stewart provides examples of Shylock’s speeches from the play and analyzes Shakespeare’s use of language to create character. 0983 English 27 min Intermediate Language Arts

MEXICO ON VIDEO (ENG VERSION)
107564 VH 36 min IA Takes us on a tour through the most fascinating and memorable parts of Mexico. Spanish version is 972 VR 005. 0409 English 36 min

MESOPOTAMIA (CC)
106766 VH 28 min JS 1994 WESTERN TRADITION SERIES World-wide museum collections provide details on the rise of one of the great river civilizations of the Middle East. Shows how Western Europe may owe more to Mesopotamian culture than to Ancient Egypt as the technological, intellectual, trade, and literacy contributions of this once great empire are described. See also 935 VR 002. 0104 English 28 min

MEXICO ON VIDEO (SPANISH VERSION)
107565 VH 35 min IA Spanish version of 972 VR 004. 0409 English 35 min

MERCI, RENARD BLEU
107268 VH 30 min IS 1987 (Serie LA BAIE DES ESPRITS) ` Renard Bleu et son ami se promenent quand tout a coup ils apercoivent un ` ¸ petit avion qui s’ecrase au loin. Son ` ami part immediatement a la recherche ` ` de secours pendant que Renard Bleu aide la victime en lui construisant un traineau afin de pouvoir la tranporter. Un lien d’amitie se developpera entre ` ` Renard Bleu et le pilote blesse. 0571 ` French 30 min

MICKEY’S SAFETY CLUB: HALLOWEEN SURPRISES
PLL010 VH 13 min 1989 Real people and animation are combined to teach Halloween safety. In a dream sequence a young girl visits Mickey’s Safety Clubhouse and reviews seven safety tips for Halloween. These include appropriate costumes , makeup, flashlights, reflective tape, wrapped treats, street safety and suitable accessories. 0571 English 13 min Primary Learning for Living

METEORITES
000826 VH 16 min IJ 1999 Four and a half billion years ago in a gigantic cloud of dust and gas out there in the Milky Way, chunks of matter began to shape, form, burn and melt. This video looks at: the differences

138 MICROBES AND HUMAN DISEASES
000892 VH 30 min S 1999 UNSEEN LIFE ON EARTH SERIES - It examines how microbes come into contact with humans, and the many factors leading to disease outbreaks around the globe. Students learn about current efforts to track infectious diseases and the considerations necessary to control disease worldwide. 0574 English 30 min

MIDDLEMARCH [000146] MIDDLEMARCH [000147] MIDDLEMARCH [000148] MIDDLEMARCH [000149]

- EPISODE 3 - EPISODE 4 - EPISODE 5 - EPISODE 6

MIDDLEMARCH - EPISODE 1
000144 VH 83 min S 1994 MIDDLEMARCH SERIES - This video is a BBC portrayal of George Eliot’s novel, Middlemarch. Set in the 1830s, the film shows how the citizens of a town called Middlemarch are struggling to come to grips with the impact of the Industrial Revolution. This romantic drama highlights some of the basic conflicts of the time period such as progressives versus conservatives; individual responsibility versus social responsibility; Victorian England, its landscapes, its people and its competing philosophies. 0104 English 83 min

town calleD Middlemarch are struggling to come to grips with the impact of thE Industrial Revolution. This romantic drama highlights some of thE basic conflicts of the time period such as progressives versuS conservatives; individual responsibility versus sociaL responsibility; innovation versus tradition. It provides a sweeping introduction to early Victorian England, its landscapes, its people and its competing philosophies. 0104 English 52 min

MICROBIOLOGY FOR FOODSERVICE WORKERS
000212 VH 12 min JS 1986 FOODSAFE SERIES - This introduction to microbiology is designed to provide foodservice workers with a basic understanding of microorganisms which affect the food industry. Following a food sample as it is tested in a food testing laboratory, the program describes bacteria, viruses, protozoa, and parasites, noting the conditions which support their growth and reproduction. Methods of prevention and control of harmful microbes are also demonstrated. 0104 English 12 min

MIDDLEMARCH - EPISODE 5
000148 VH 52 min S 1994 MIDDLEMARCH SERIES - This video is a BBC portrayal of George Eliot’s novel, Middlemarch. Set in the 1830s, the film shows how the citizens of a town called Middlemarch are struggling to come to grips with the impact of the Industrial Revolution. This romantic drama highlights some of the basic conflicts of the time period such as progressives versus conservatives; individual responsibility versus social responsibility; innovation versus tradition. It provides a sweeping introduction to early Victorian England, its landscapes, its people and its competing philosophies. 0104 English 52 min

MIDDLEMARCH - EPISODE 2
000145 VH 52 min S 1994 MIDDLEMARCH SERIES - This video is a BBC portrayal of George Eliot’s novel, Middlemarch. Set in the 1830s, the film shows how the citizens of a town called Middlemarch are struggling to come to grips with the impact of the Industrial Revolution. This romantic drama highlights some of the basic conflicts of the time period such as progressives versus conservatives; individual responsibility versus social responsibility; innovation versus tradition. It provides a sweeping introduction to early Victorian England, its landscapes, its people and itcompeting philosophies. 0104 English 52 min

MICROSCOPE AND ITS INCREDIBLE WORLD
ISC084 VH 21 min I 1987 This video introduces the world of the microscope. It begins by delineating the parts and the proper use of the microscope. Students prepare both organic and inorganic objects for observation. Living organisms viewed include insects, pond water microorganisms, skin cells and bacteria. Inorganic specimens include chalk, toothpaste, and salt. A brief history of the microscope is given along with some striking examples of electron microscopy. Full Colour live footage. Close Captioned for the Hearing Impaired. 0983 English 21 min Intermediate Science

MIDDLEMARCH - EPISODE 6
000149 VH 52 min S 1994 MIDDLEMARCH SERIES - This video is a BBC portrayal of George Eliot’s novel, Middlemarch. Set in the 1830s, the film shows how the citizens of a town called Middlemarch are struggling to come to grips with the impact of the Industrial Revolution. This romantic drama highlights some of the basic conflicts of the time period such as progressives versus conservatives; individual responsibility versus social responsibility; innovation versus tradition. It provides a sweeping introduction to early Victorian England, its landscapes, its people and its competing philosophies. 0104 English 52 min

MIDDLEMARCH - EPISODE 3
000146 VH 52 min S 1994 MIDDLEMARCH SERIES - This video is a BBC portrayal of George Eliot’s novel, Middlemarch. Set in the 1830s, the film shows how the citizens of a town called Middlemarch are struggling to come to grips with the impact of the Industrial Revolution. This romantic drama highlights some of the basic conflicts of the time period such as progressives versus conservatives; individual responsibility versus social responsibility; innovation versus tradition. It provides a sweeping introduction to early Victorian England, its landscapes, its people and its competing philosophies. 0104 English 52 min

MICROSCOPY PRELAB
For descriptions see individual titles: COMPOUND MICROSCOPE : STRUCTURE AND OPERATION [000014]

MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM
E00850 VH 112 min I 1981 A Midsummer Night’s Dream is perhaps is perhaps the best-known of the 14 plays which make up Shakespeare’s comedies and, as the title implies, a strong surrealistic element pervades. The play describes the process of self-awakening; it begins in a world of strife and conflict and ends in a world of blessing and reconciliation. In this production, the director skillfully captures the atomosphere of unreality with the aid of a strong cast and impressive sets. 0076 English 112 min English/Language Arts

THE MIDDLE AGES
106867 VH 30 min JS 1990 Program #10 - The Middle Ages - in the midst of invasion and civil disorder, a military aristocracy dominates the kingdoms of Europe. The Feudal Order - bishop, knight and peasant exemplify the social structure of the feudal state. 0574 English 30 min

MIDDLEMARCH
For descriptions see individual titles: MIDDLEMARCH - EPISODE 1 [000144] MIDDLEMARCH - EPISODE 2 [000145]

MIDDLEMARCH - EPISODE 4
000147 VH 52 min S 1994 MIDDLEMARCH SERIES - This video is a BBC portrayal of George Eliot’s novel, Middlemarch. Set in the 1830s, the film shows how the citizens of a

MIKE MULLIGAN AND HIS STEAM SHOVEL
101741 VH 11 min P From the book by Virginia Lee Burton. Iconographic. 1037 English 11 min

helps them to build missing skills. 0714 English 60 min

139 MINORU: MEMORY OF EXILE
107469 VH 19 min JS 1992 The bombing of the American naval base at Pearl Harbour thrust nine-yearold Minoru Fukushima into a world of racism so malevolent he would be forced to leave Canada, the land of his birth. Directed by Minoru’s son, this is a powerful tale of a birthright lost and recovered. 0714 English 19 min

A MIND OF YOUR OWN
000766 VH 37:27 min ITA 1999 It is estimated that in every Canadian classroom, there are two or three kids affected by a learning disability. Meet Henry, Stephanie, Matthew and Max, four incredible kids who won’t let their learning differences hold them down. As they confront their disabilities and revel in unique talents like singing and chess, it becomes clear that "different" can also mean wonderful. This warm and inspirational video will encourage and boost the self-esteem of kids struggling with learning disabilities, and foster understanding in their peers. 0714 English 37:27 min

MI’KMAQ SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: THE SUMMER ENCAMPMENT [107285]

THE MILK MAKERS (CC)
PR0460 VH 30 min P 1986 READING RAINBOW SERIES - The Milk Makers explains the steps involved in milk production from the milking of the cow to products and the distribution of those products to the supermarket. Viewers follow a tour through the inside of a cheese factory and see the care needed for raising young calves. 0264 English 30 min Primary

MINORU : SOUVENIRS D’UN EXIL
107490 VH 19 min S Raconte l’histoire authentique d’une famille japonaise de la Colombie britannique internee puis deportee ` ` ` dans son pays d’origine par le gouvernement canadien durant la Deuxieme guerre mondiale. Minoru, ne ` ` au Canada en 1932, devra apprendre le japonais pendant cet exil force et ne ` pourra revenir au Canada qu’a l’age de ` ˆ 22 ans, soit quatre ans apres s’ltre ` enrole dans les forces armees ` ` canadiennes combattant en Coree. ` L’histoire, raconte par Minoru et son fils ` a l’aide de dessins animes, photos et ` ` documents d’epoque, nous presente ` ` les faits historiques simplement et sans ressentiment tout en sachant vehiculer ` les emotions qui s’y rattachent. Le film ` est un bon exemple de racisme institutionnalise. 0104 French 19 ` min

THE MIND’S EYE
104943 VH 40 min IS 1991 Journey begins at the dawn of creation and moves through the rise of man and technology. Travel in the world of abstraction and on into the future with breathtaking computer animation imagery. 0641 English 40 min

A MILLION TEENAGERS (5TH EDITION)
104249 VH 27 min S 1994 Gives a concise description of five major STDs; AIDS, chlamydia, gonorrhea, herpes, and syphillis. Covers causes, symptoms and treatment, as well as physical, social and emotional consequences. Using a school setting, the presentation is given by informed student peer counsellors in a realistic and sensitive fashion. Includes effective graphics, medical photography and personal interviews with young people who have contracted STDs. 0104 English 27 min

MINERALS
001717 VH 25 min IJ 2003 The Standard Deviants explore minerals. You’ll learn all the basics, starting with that burning question "What is a mineral?" Then you’ll find out about magma and intrusive rocks. You’ll learn about igneous rocks, plutons and magma, magma, MAGMA! 0574 English 25 min

UNE MINUTE DE SCIENCE, SVP!
200203 DV 40 min PI 2006 Une minute de science offre une serie de cous metrages couvrant plusieurs aspects des programmes de’eetudes de sciences de la 4e a la 7 annee. 0714 French 40 min

MILLIONS OF CATS
101738 VH P Based on the book by Wanda Gag. 1036 English

MINERALS: BUILDING BLOCKS OF THE EARTH
102533 VH 18 min JS 1992 EARTH SCIENCE VIDEO LIBRARY. Understand the intriguing world of minerals, our planet’s most fundamental earth material. See how geologists collect and identify minerals from the earth’s crust, how the arrangement of atoms determines the unique properties of minerals and how these non-renewable earth resources provide us with the raw materials for a wide range of useful products. 0599 English 18 min

MIRACLE AT MOREAUX
9O1118 VH 50 min I 1985 This is the courageous story about the plight of three homeless Jewish children trying to escape the Nazi persecution of WW II. It is also about the power of human compassion in overcoming seemingly insurmountable situations. 0571 English 50 min Social Studies

MILTON AND 17TH CENTURY POETRY
105872 VH 35 min S 1991 Describes the characteristics of the poetry of Milton and the Metaphysical poets. Focuses on the major poem of the age, Paradise Lost. 0380 English 35 min

THE MIRACLE OF LIFE
000162 VH 60 min IJS 1986 NOVA ADVENTURES IN SCIENCE SERIES - The first film record of human conception. See the egg as it is released by the ovary and follow the sperm from its early development through ejaculation and then on its perilous journey toward the egg. With magnification of up to half a million times the actual size, you can see exactly what happens at the moment of conception. After the sperm fertilizes the egg, the camera follows the development of the single new cell into an embryo, then a fetus, until finally, a

MIND OF A CHILD, THE (CC)
101224 VH 60 min T 1995 This challenging documentary follows the successful work of Lorna Williams, who set out to help aboriginal children in Canada who are dropping out of school, losing hope, and committing suicide in terrifying numbers. Her search led her to Reuven Feuerstein, an Israeli psychologist who began his work with the children of the Holocaust. Lorna now has a renewed approach to teaching that reveals the intelligence and the ability of the children, and

MINNIE’S SCIENCE FIELD TRIPS: SAN DIEGO ZOO (CC)
PR0393 VH 17 min P 1989 The story features two children who visit a zoo. This informative video develops awareness, interest, understanding, and curiosity about zoo animals. The topics covered include mammals, birds, reptiles, herbivores, carnivores, omnivores, and endangered species. Closed captioned for the Hearing Impaired. 0571 English 17 min Primary

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baby is born. NOVA 0585 60 min English

MISS NELSON IS MISSING
013002 VH 15 min PI 1999 Based on the book by the same title, written by Harry Allard. Miss Nelson is an excellent teacher, but her class refuses to listen to her. One day she mysteriously disappears, and the poisonous Miss Swamp takes over the class. The students begin a search to find Miss Nelson (alias Muss Swamp), and she reappears as herself to a remarkably responsive class. 0574 English 15 min

MIRACLE OF LIFE
000226 VH 60 min JS 1994 This is an episode of the PBS series "NOVA" presenting a microscopic view of human conception. The process is shown from the inside of the body starting with the reproductive systems of the male and female. Both the egg and the sperm are followed through to fertilization, the zygote is shown developing and dividing, the embryo and fetus are highlighted at various stages of development, and the final stages of the birth process are presented. 0104 English 60 min

he stutters, accepts her, and leads the others to find Creole’s inner beauty; BEAUTY AND THE BEAST - This classic tale of gentle Beauty who goes to live in the Beast’s castle to save her father’s life. Though the Beast is kind, she cannot love him until he lies dying. Her kiss breaks the enchantment; THE RELUCTANT DRAGON - The tale of the confrontation between a dragon who wants only to write poetry in peace and St. George who has wearied his dragon slayer role. They stage a battle wherein appearances and honor are preserved. 0599 English 44 min

MISSING: AN EDUCATIONAL KIT ABOUT INTERNET KIDNAPPING
000993 KT 35 min IJST 1999 This is a workshop kit on the Internet and children, dealing with abduction and kidnapping. It includes 5 computer optical discs, 1 detective’s notebook, 1 teachers’ guide, 1 poster, and 1 videocassette. It includes a computer game based on a true story of a thirteen-year old boy who was kidnapped by an adult he met over the Internet. LIVEWIR English 35 min

MOBY DICK
106035 VH 28 min JS 1993 Livroclips" Series. Herman Melville. ` Theme: Le bien et le mal. 0665 ` French 28 min

THE MIRACLE WORKER
IGLA03 VH 106 min JSJS 1962 This film portrays Helen Keller’s childhood stuggle to learn to communicate with and understand the world around her. Students can empathize with the experiences and frustrations of both Helen Keller and her teacher, Annie Sullivan, as they gradually discover the keys to unlocking Helen’s talents and abilities. The video provides awareness of the challenges of teaching in the late 19th century and is filmed in black and white. 0983 English 106 min

MOI, JE FAIS DE L’ART COMME EMILY CARR
013351 VH 10:44 min I 2005 Dans Moi, je fais de l’art comme Emily Carr, les enfants explorent l’univers inusite d’Emily Carr et les sources d’inspiration de ses paysages envoutants. S’inspirant des arbres d’Emily, ils essaient de peindre d’abord par l’observation, puis d’apres leur imagination, afin de creer sur une des fenetres de leur ecole une gigantesque murale representant une foret. 0714 French 10:44 min

MISSION NUTRITION
002138 VH 8 min PI 2001 Mission Nutrition is a unique program created to engage students in healthy eating, physical activity and positive self-esteem. Mission Nutrition supports teachers with easy-to-use lesson plans and fun student activities for students from K to grade 8. This is a joint initiative of Dieticians of Canada and Kellogs Canada. Visit the website at: www.missionnutrition.ca 0514 English 8 min

MIRO: PORTRAIT OF AN ARTIST
104911 VH JA 1978 Friend of Picasso and Ernst, Miro is the only Surrealist whose work survived intact, undminished by new trends. Shown here at age 85, he is embarking on a new venture - a stage producion with a Spanish theatre group. 0449 English

MONA LISA DESCENDING A STAIRCASE
104946 VH 7 min IA Using the technique of clay painting, Joan Gratz takes the viewer on a journey through the landscapes and self-portraits of impressionism through cubism and surrealism, then finishes with vibrant images of contemporary pop art and hyperrealism. Featuring some 55 paintings and 35 artists from Van Gogh to Warhol, the video shifts seamlessly from image to image to make this artisitic presentation as emotionally gripping as it is visually fascinating. 0835 English 7 min

MISSION SCHOOL SYNDROME
107233 VH 58 min S 1994 An in-depth view of the history and ongoing impact of the missionary and residential school system in the Yukon Territory from its inception in 1893 until recent times. Examines the role these schools had in fulfilling the Canadian government’s policy of assimilation and how a continuing cycle of family breakdown was created. The video also spends a short amount of time explaining what Mission School Syndrome is. First Nations Studies 12 0104 English 58 min

MIRROR, MIRROR : AN ADVERTISER’S SCRAPBOOK
104633 VH 25 min JS 1987 A nostalgic review of nearly a century of advertising in Canada, this montage of print and electronic ads from 1889 to the present is also a record of social change. 0714 English 25 min

´ LE MONDE EN FUMEES
104017 VH 26 min IJ 1982 Rappel des dangers physiques et psychologiques des drogues, legales ` et illegales, particulierement pour les ` ` adolescents. 0665 French 26 min

MIRRORS OF TIME
102306 VH 23 min IS 1991 Provides a general introduction to the historical origins of our calendar systems and how measurements of time were devised and discovered. Viewers are shown a brief historical synopsis of how the solar year originated. 0714 English 23 min

MISUNDERSTOOD MONSTERS
105688 VH 44 min KP Stanley gets the reputation of being a "monster" because he racts to taunts in anger and frustration. An understanding animated character, the Mouth, counsels him, producing three animated stories about misunderstood monsters: CREOLE - The swamp animals see Creole’s great bulk and ugliness, ignoring her loving heart. Only a small alligator, outcast because

MONET: PORTRAIT OF AN ARTIST
104914 VH 28 min JA 1989 Excerpts from journals, personal interviews and his magnificent paintings tell the story of this giant of the Impressionist movement. 0449 English 28 min

MONKEY, THE (CC)
PR0398 VH 11 min P 1986 The family structures, basic anatomy, feeding habits, and natural habitats of monkeys are examined in this delightful film about one of the most intelligent animals in nature. 0983 English 11 min Primary

decide de lui lire une de ses histoires. ` C’est a partir de ce moment qu’il ` comprendra comment les mots pouvent decrire la beaute du monde qu’il ` ` l’entoure. 0571 French 30 min

141 MR. FROG WENT A-COURTING
105070 VH 4 min PI 1974 An old Scottish song story richly illustrated with lute accompaniment. The story is about a handsome frog who courts and wins a mouse for his bride. 0714 English 4 min

MOUNTAIN OF ICE
013385 VH 60 min IJS 2003 In this high-altitude adventure, Jon Krakauer, author of INTO THIN AIR, and a team of climbers, scientists and filmmakers take a trailblazing expedition to the top of Antarctica’s highest peak, Vinson Massif. Along the way, their experiences are contrasted with those of Norwegian adventurer Roald Amundsen and British explorer Robert Scott who in 1911 raced to be first to reach the South Pole. 0868 English 60 min

MONSTERS OF THE GREEK MYTHS
100215 VH 60 min IS 1991 Based on the Wonder Book and Tanglewood Tales by Nathaniel Hawthorne. "Bellerophon, Pegasus and the Chimaera", "Perseus and the Gorgon’s Head", "Theseus and the Minotaur" and "Cadmus and the Dragon’s Teeth". 0907 English 60 min

MR. KENNEDY AND MR. KRUSHCHEV
106903 VH 20 min JS 1980 TWENTIETH CENTURY HISTORY SERIES - This program deals with further developments in the Cold War: the contest from 1961 to 1963 between the United States led by John Kennedy and the Soviet Union under Nikita Khrushchev; particularly over Cuba. 0076 English 20 min

MR. POPPER’S PENGUINS MOUNTAIN SENSE
000289 VH 35 min JS 1998 Mountain Sense is designed to be a companion piece to "Ski Safe" a video about general ski safety. This video is aimed directly at the age group of skiers and snowboarders,Grade 8-12, who are crossing the boundary ropes, sometimes getting lost and in some cases dying. The message is that even people with years of experience get killed in avalanches in the back country, this point is tragically illustrated with actual footage of a rescue attempt where 3 people lost their lives. 0565 English 35 min 105635 VH 42 min P 1985 Based on a book by Richard and Florence Atwater. Mr. Popper is a mildmannered house painter who dreams of adventures in distant lands. He is particularly intrigued by the idea of polar expeditions. Imagine his surprise when he unexpectedly receives a giftnot an ordinary gift, but a penguin from Antarctica. 0903 English 42 min

THE MOON
102241 VH 11 min J 1994 This introductory video uses computer graphics to show moon colonization, lunar phases and the moon formation . From the GALACTIC ENCYCLOPEDIA Series. and IRP006. 0104 English 11 min

A MOON MASK, BY FREDA DIESING
104784 VH 10 min 0504 English IS 10 min 1977

MRS. FRISBY AND THE RATS OF NIMH
105567 VH 49 min PI 1986 When Timothy, the youngest of a family of field mice, falls ill with pneumonia and becomes too weak to be moved, Mrs. Frisby, his mother, must find a way to get their home out of the farmer’s plow. Based on the book by Robert C. O’Brien. 0846 English 49 min

THE MOST IMPORTANT PERSON
For descriptions see individual titles: HEALTH AND YOUR BODY [000561]

MOTHER EARTH - LA TERRE NOTRE MERE
107217 VH 11 min IS 1991 Images of photos and art work that reflect the four roles of the earth, according to Canadian Indians. 0714 English 11 min

THE MOUSE AND THE MOTORCYCLE
105670 VH 41 min PI 1986 Stuck at a rundown hotel for the weekend, young Keith finds his prized toy motorcycle missing. The unlikely thief is an adventurous and rather careless young mouse names Ralph! With Keith’s permission, Ralph takes the motorcycle out for a spin and roars off on a series of exciting and dangerous adventures. Based on the book by Beverly Cleary. 0244 English 41 min

MRS. KATZ AND TUSH (CC)
105753 VH 30 min I 1993 READING RAINBOW SERIES - This video deals with friendships that transcend age and cultural differences. It follows the standard "Reading Rainbow" series format: an introduction to the story with live footage; the story; concept development with further live footage; and related book reviews by children. English Language Arts K-7 0104 English 30 min

MOTHS AND HOW THEY LIVE
103407 VH 17 min PI 1992 A mother shows her two children moths and caterpillars, including the Emperor Moth, the Pepper Moth, and the Leaf Roller Moth. Outlines pupating, metamorphosis, and the life cycle. 0104 English 17 min

THE MOVIE MOVIE
104985 VH 8 min PJ 1986 Explains how movies are carefully constructed to elicit a variety of emotions. 0714 English 8 min

DES MOTS SUR UNE PAGE
107260 VH 30 min J 1987 (Serie LA BAIE DES ESPRITS) ` Lenore, la petite indienne, est douee ` ` pour l’ecriture et son professeur croit ` qu’elle se rendra jusqu’a l’universite. ` Pour Lenore les moments les plus ` merveilleux sont ceux qu’elle partage avec son pere dans la nature. Celui-ci ` n’est pas tres enthousiasme a l’idee de ` ` ` voir sa fille poursuivre des etudes plus ` poussees, jusqu’au jour ou Lenore ` ` `

MRS. MURAKAMI - FAMILY ALBUM
106582 VH 24 min JS 1990 Thousands of Japanese-Canadians were moved from the West Coast of British Columbia in 1942. What happened to their lives? This documentary enters the lives of the Murakami family of Salt Spring Island, and gives, first hand, the drama of that chilling history. 0212 English 24 min

MR. CRABBY-TREE
105710 VH 28 min PI 1994 Dudley meets grumphy old Mr. Crabby Tree who teaches Dudley the value of trees. 0910 English 28 min

142 MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING
013020 VH 111 min JS 1993 This Feature Film version of William Shakespeare’s comedy is engaging and makes Shakespeare extremely accessible to teenagers. Directed by Kenneth Branagh, with actors Emma Thompson, Keanu Reeves, Michael Keaton, and Denzel Washington,this is a romantic comedy where a loving couple are torn apart by a false accusation and a bickering couple are brought together by friendly plotting. 0104 English 111 min

multiple-intelligences approach helps you. This preview video is an overview. 0059 English 14 min

MUSCULAR AND SKELETAL SYSTEMS
103919 VH 20 min 1988 THE HUMAN BODY SERIES - Shows the architecture of the human body as a skeleton and the voluntary muscles attached that enable it to move. 0689 English 20 min

MUMMIES MADE IN EGYPT (CC)
PR0384 VH 30 min P 1989 READING RAINBOW SERIES Viewers are taken through a detailed study of mummies. The feature book, Mummies Made in Egypt by Aliki, discusses the ancient procedures used to prepare a body for burial. A scientific approach is taken when mummies in a museum are inspected. 0264 English 30 min Primary

MUSCULAR SYSTEM (2ND ED.)
103886 VH 11 min JS 1980 THE HUMAN BODY SERIES Demonstrates the structure and many different functions of the three different types of muscles in the body. 0299 English 11 min

MUFARO’S BEAUTIFUL DAUGHTERS (CC)
PR0439 VH 30 min P 1988 READING RAINBOW SERIES - An African tale about two very different sisters. The African culture is celebrated in New York City’s Central Park where LeVar Burton, the host, learns how to play authentic African instruments and joins in the fun with the African dance troup. READING RAINBOW Serie. 0264 English 30 min Primary

MURDER REMEMBEREDNORFOLK COUNTY 1950
000280 VH 46 min S 1997 A bright June day in Langton, a small town in Ontario’s tobacco belt. The year is 1950. Herbert McAuliffe walks into the local bank, armed with 2 guns. By nightfall, two men are dead. After the killings, McAuliffe flees into the woods; for three days a posse hunts him, while the community lives in fear. A gripping account of a crime whose effects are still being felt today, Murder Remembered, makes a forceful and thought-provoking contribution to the ongoing debate on capital punishment. 0714 English 46 min

MUSEUM WITHOUT WALLS SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: LE CORBUSIER [104737]

MUSEUM WITHOUT WALLS SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: THE GREEK TEMPLE [104741]

MUSEUM WITHOUT WALLS SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: THE CUBIST EPOCH [104913] GOYA [104909] PICASSO: WAR, PEACE, LOVE [104910]

MULTICULTURAL CANADA
100518 VH 26 min KPIJSCATI 1990 Looks at the issues which arise from multiculturalism in Canada today. The program raises for discussion racism, stereotyping and discrimination and the problems faced by new immigrants. 0267 English 26 min

MUSIC (CC)
105087 VH 23 min IJ 1993 WONDER WHY? SERIES - Introduces students to the four traditional instrument families. Using a "Carmen San Diego" investigative approach, the video explains how music is composed of vibrations, beat, rhythm and pitch. Various instruments are demonstrated and the child reporter learns how simple musical instruments can be constructed. 0104 English 23 min

MUSCLES : THEIR STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
103842 VH IS Demonstrates the three types of muscles and what each type does. Shows how to develop endurance, flexibility and cardiorespiratory fitness. English

MULTICULTURAL FOOD: MORE THAN A MEAL
000325 VH 21 min IJSA 1998 Four chefs lead an international excursion into cookery from around the world. Shows how religion, landscape, climate and culture all influence the foods of particular countries. Shows Japanese and Eastern-style cooking, Australian aboriginal, Middle Eastern and Western cooking and food. 0267 English 21 min

MUSCULAR AND SKELETAL SYSTEMS
103849 VH 20 min I 1994 YOUR BODY SERIES - Introduces the muscular and skeletal systems. A science teacher explains these systems to intermediate-aged students, using engaging methods and activities. Terminology is appropriate and concepts are well explained. 0104 English 20 min

MUSIC FOR WHOSE EARS
013359 VH 23:33 min I 2004 MY BRAND NEW LIFE SERIES - Ray lives in Scarborough,Ontario, in a South-Asian family where music and dance play an important role. An accomplished dancer and musician, Ray meets Melanie’s family in Moncton, New Brunswick, where the Acadian tradition of music and dance is lso an important part of life. Curriculum links: Gr. 4- 6, music, art, social studies, health, geography. 0373 English 23:33 min

THE MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: THE MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES SERIES PREVIEW [101159]

THE MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES SERIES PREVIEW
101159 VH 14 min IJS 1995 THE MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES SERIES - This is the next best thing to an on-site consultation with Howard Gardner. Hear Gardner explain the principles of a multiple-intelligences perspective to education. Learn about the seven intelligences present in every one of us. See how teachers encourage students to explore each of the intelligences. Then visit four pioneering schools to learn how a

MUSCULAR AND SKELETAL SYSTEMS
103900 VH 16 min I 1994 Joins a science class as it explores the movements of the human skeleton and uses live action, X rays, and medical footage to illustrate the action of muscles and the relationship of bone, ligament, joint, and tendon. 0689 English 16 min

MUSIC IN OUR LIVES: DANCE FROM JAPAN
000302 VH 47 min JS 1998 This video contains two parts, the first of which is the dance part which introduces folk dance, classical dance and dance interpretation. The second part covers aspects of traditional

Japanese music using the koto and shakuhachi. English 47 min

MY HOUSE IN JAPAN
013022 VH 10 min PI 1998 In each of this documentary series a child becomes a guide showing his/her family’s home. Its structure and organization give excellent insight into each country’s way of life (sleeping,eating, cooking, entertaining, playing, washing, decorating, etc.). The visit also reveals how family relationships are structured within the home. 0104 English 10 min

143 MY COMMUNITY: FIRE STATION
200224 DV 15 min P 2006 This program describes the activities and lifestyle of firefighters, as well as their specialized equipment. A female firefighter is included, as are volunteer firefighters, dispatchers and, of course, the fire chief. Requirements in different communities are also addressed. For further program details and suggestions for classroom use, see the series listing: My Community. 0414 English 15 min

MUSIC IN TIME PT 15 - WAR AND PEACE
105040 VH 60 min I 1990 Part 15: War and Peace (Stravinsky, Elgar, Satie, Joplin, Gershwin, Weill, Bartok, Britten, etc.) 0387 English 60 min

MUSIC IN TIME PT 5 - LUTHER AND THE REFORMATION
105030 VH 60 min I 1990 Part 5: Luther and the Reformation (Bach, Buxtehude, etc.) 0387 English 60 min

MY HOUSE IN QUEBEC
013023 VH 10 min PI 1998 In each episode of this documentary series a child becomes a guide showing his family’s home. Its structure and organization gives precious insight into each country’s way of life (sleeping, eating, cooking, entertaining, playing, washing, decorating, etc.) This visit also reveals how family relationships are structured within the home. 0104 English 10 min

MY FIRST GREEN VIDEO
101059 VH 40 min PI 1993 A KIDS SERIES - Handy tips, exciting experiments and step-by-step activities. 0901 English 40 min

MY
For descriptions see individual titles: DOUGLAS CARDINAL, ARCHITECT (CC) [104738] LITTLECHILD [104928]

MY FRIENDS, MY FRIENDS ALCOHOL AND AUTOMOBILES
104036 VH 21 min IJS 1989 The true and powerful story of three survivors - teens who killed people by drinking and driving. 0244 English 21 min

MY BALL
105468 VH 6 min PI 1992 A slapstick comedy inspired by the song written by Ib Spang Olsen. Follows the adventures of a red runaway ball as it hops through the city, causing a lot of confusion, ending up in the king’s palace. 0536 English 6 min

MY BEDOIN TENT
See MY BEAUTIFUL HOUSE SERIES

MY HOUSE IN BORDEAUX MY BRAND NEW LIFE
For descriptions see individual titles: BALLET DANCER / HOCKEY PLAYER [002196] A BORDER STORY [002195] HE SAID/SHE SAID [002197] MUSIC FOR WHOSE EARS [013359] SCARY TALES: HALLOWEEN / DAY OF THE DEAD [002199] WHEELCHAIR CHALLENGE [002198] See MY BEAUTIFUL HOUSE SERIES

MY HOUSE IN JAPAN
See MY BEAUTIFUL HOUSE SERIES

MY BEAUTIFUL HOUSE SERIES MY BEDOIN TENT
013021 VH 10 min PI 1998 In this episode a 10 year-old boy is your guide and shows his family’s home which is a tent.The structure and organization give precious insight into his country’s way of life (sleeping, eating, cooking, entertaining, playing, washing, decorating, etc.) The visit also reveals how family relationships are structured within the tent. 0104 English 10 min

MY HOUSE IN QUEBEC
See MY BEAUTIFUL HOUSE SERIES

MY LITTLE ISLAND (CC)
PR0456 VH 30 min P 1986 READING RAINBOW SERIES Following the theme of "islands" and "travel", the book tells the story of a little boy and his friend who visit a Caribbean Island. The host LeVar Burton brings this story to life by actually experiencing the sights and sounds of tropical islands. 0264 English 30 min Primary

MY CANADA INCLUDES QUEBEC
107437 VH 24 min IS The story of one man’s attempt to save his country. This film follows Jim Taylor on his travels across Canada as he erects billboards displaying the simple but powerful message "MY CANADA INCLUDES QUEBEC". The program chronicles the beginnings of a grass roots movement where the average person has a say in the future of the nation. It offers an immediate and meaningful exploration of how one person CAN make a difference. 0562 English 24 min

MY HOUSE IN BORDEAUX
013019 VH 10 min 1998 The first spontaneous drawing of most children all over the world is that of their house. For children, their home represents their entire universe! In each episode of the documentary series My Beautiful House, a child becomes our guide, showing us around his/her family’s home.Its structure and organization gives us precious insight into each country’s way of life (sleeping,eating, cooking, entertaining, playing, washing, decorating...). Our visit will also reveal how family relationships are structured withing the house. My Beautiful House is an open door allowing children to discover the similarities and differences between cultures and people all over the world. 0104 English 10 min

MY SHADOW
000702 VH 30 min KP 1994 READING RAINBOW SERIES - Looks at the interplay between light and shadows, showing how the two can be used to tell time and create images. It also explains how a camera works. 0104 English 30 min

MY CHANGING BODY
000893 VH 20 min IJS 1996 Set at a weekend retreat with two groups of young people, ages 11-13, this program explores changes in the body on a physical, emotional and social level. Topics addressed range from sports injuries to hormones and how diet and exercise can combat stress. 0574 English 20 min

MY TOWN, AND, NOBLES AND SAMURAI : JAPAN BEFORE PERRY
106430 VH 50 min IJ 1985 VIDEO LETTER FROM JAPAN SERIES - Introduces Japan to North American students, through the eyes of typical Japanese sixth graders. The two themes are MY TOWN and NOBLES AND SAMURAI ; JAPAN BEFORE PERRY. 0057 English 50 min

144 MYSTERE A LA VILLETTE (CC)
106092 VH 26 min 1992 (Serie LES INTREPIDES) Dans cet ` episode, Julie et Tom prennent ` connaissance d’une enveloppe qui contient des plans secrets qui viennent tout juste d’ltre derobes. Les ` ` "intrepides" decident de tendre un ` ` piege dans le but de demasquer les ` ` coupables. Francais Langue Premiere ¸ ` K-7 0104 French 26 min

now in the Smithsonian Institute. English

NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION
000438 VH 30 min IJS 1999 Ottawa may be the seat of power and the capital of Canada, but it is also a city steeped in history, created by the constant merging of distinct cultures. It is home to Winterlude-a celebration of the region’s longest season. It is the place to be to celebrate Canada Day and it is a perfect blend of cosmopolitan attractions and natural splendour. The Changing of the Guard at Parliament Hill; the Museum of Civilization in Hull; Gatineau Park-the intricacies and idiosyncracies of Prime Minister Mackenzie King and the estate he bequeathed to the Canadian public; celebration of Canadian contributions in arts, science and technology. 0983 English 30 min

MYTHS & LEGENDS OF ANCIENT GREECE, PART 1
100213 VH 50 min IJ 1990 The titles and timings of the individual stories are: Orpheus and Eurydice (5:40), Jason and the Golden Fleece (8:30), King Midas (4:50), The Labors of Hercules (12:45) The Wanderings of Ulysses (9:35). Teacher’s guide and notes included. 0348 English 50 min

MYSTERIES UNDERGROUND (CC)
102592 VH 60 min I 1992 Beneath our sunlit world lies an unknown universe of breathtaking caverns, treacherous passageways, and absolute darkness. Relive the excitement of those cavers who in 1986, first penetrated New Mexico’s Lechuguilla, which had lain undisturbed for millions of years. Marvel at the pristine beauty of gypsum chandeliers, gnarled calcite columns, and jewel-like lakes. Then, join the 1972 expedition that stumbled upon a passageway that linked the Mammoth and Flint Ridge Cave systems, creating the longest cave network in the world. 0689 English 60 min

MYTHS & LEGENDS OF ANCIENT GREECE, PART 2
100214 VH 42 min IJ 1990 The titles and timings of the individual stories are: Daedalus and Icarus (8:05), the Trojan War (10:55), Baucis and Philemon (6:20), Theseus and the Minotaur (7:10), Perseus and Andromeda (8:10). Teacher’s guide and notes are included. 0348 English 42 min

THE NATIONAL SCREAM
000872 VH 27:57 min IJS 1980 A tongue-in-cheek look at Canada and Canadians. It explains how and why the beaver became the country’s symbol. This lively satire uses animation and a pseudo-documentary style to depict Canada’s search for a national identity. 0714 English 27:57 min

NAIL SOUP (CC)
101624 VH 6 min I 1994 A Scandinavian Folktale. A nimbleminded traveller matches wits with a stingy old woman and provides her with dinner, using her own well-hidden provisions. Good soup can be made with a nail, says the traveller, nothing but a nail, water - and a little something for flavour! 0599 English 6 min

MYSTERY OF THE MAYA
013229 DV 38 min IJ 2002 Witness the splendor of the Mayan civilization through the discovery of their pyramids, palaces and temples. Deep within the jungles of Mexico and Guatemala, and extending into the Yucatan Peninsula lie the fabled pyramids, temples and palaces of the Maya. While Europe still slumbered in the midst of the dark ages, these innovative people had charted the heavens, evolved the only true writing system native to the Americas and had made tremendous strides in the areas of mathematics and calendars. Filmed on location at numerous sacred sites throughout Central America including the ruins at Palenque, Tikal, Tulum, Chichen Itza, Copan and Uxmal, Mystery of the Maya explores the culture, science and history of this people.There are 4 language tracks ; English, French, Spanish and Mandarin on this DVD. 0714 French 38 min

LE NATIONALISME QUEBECOIS AVEC GILLES GOUGEON
107525 VH 75 min S 1992 Le journaliste Gilles Gougeon anime cette serie, de quatre reportages ` exceptionnels, sur l’histoire du nationalisme quebecois de 1750 a nos ` ` ` jours. Reconstitue a partir d’archives et ` ` avec la participation de six historiens et d’un specialiste en sciences politiques, ` ce documentaire constitue le plus etonnant travail de recherche sur la ` creation du Quebec tel que nous le ` ` connaissons aujourd’hui. 0798 French 75 min

NARCISSUS AND ECHO
ILA065 VH 10 min J 1988 This video is an animated dramatization of the myth of Narcissus. Presented first without narration then repeated with narration. 0583 English 10 min Intermediate Language Arts

NATIVE AMERICAN MYTHS
101590 VH 24 min IS 1977 The program shows how Native Americans used myths to explain the mysteries of the world around them; illustrates authentic myths from the Seneca, Haida, Klamath, Cherokee and Hopi tribes; and helps students understand the universality of mythological theme. 0351 English 24 min

NARRATIVE WRITING
001000 VH 29 min JS 2001 ENGLISH COMPOSTION: WRITING FOR AN AUDIENCE SERIES - It deals with the link between successful academic writing and good narrative writing; advice on how to tell a good tale. Closed captioned. 0574 English 29 min

MYSTERY OF THE PYRAMIDS
104742 VH 23 min PJ 1990 An animated look back in time to the days of the Pharaohs and the building of the pyramids. Explains how and why the pyramids were built. 0983 English 23 min

THE NATIVE ARTS COMMUNITY (CC)
104675 VH 30 min S 1990 ABORIGINAL VOICES SERIES - This video focuses on four First Nations role models. The emphasis of this interviewbased program is on successful First Nations artists and entertainers. Interviews are with renowned composer/conductor John Kim Bell, artist Maxine Noel and actors Graham Greene and Gary Farmer. Issues discussed range from opportunities

NATHAEL AND THE SEAL HUNT
105466 VH 11 min IJ 1990 Journey to the Magdalen Islands in this touching animated film, and listen to the reminiscences of Nathael, who, as a young boy, wanted nothing more than to stand by his father’s side on the ice, braving the elements in search of food. 0714 English 11 min

MYTHICAL DRAGON
107021 RE IS A product of the Han Dynasty - nearly 2000 years old. This incredibly rare mythical beast has been recreated meticulously to reproduce the original

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available to First Nations people in the Arts, combatting stereotypes in the media, use of traditional language in contemporary work, and the influence of women on the Arts. Clips from the movies "Dances with Wolves", "Powwow Highway", and the play "Dry Lips Oughta Move to Kapuskasing" are featured. First Nations Studies 12 0104 English 30 min enlightening yet tragic series on natural disasters. 0274 English 30 min

NATURE’S FORESTERS
102912 VH 15 min PI 1992 FROM THE WORLD OF NATURE 2 SERIES - The ingenuity of nature is seen in forests, where rodents such as squirrels, mice, and chipmunks plant trees. To prepare for winter, rodents scatter and bury more nuts and seeds than they’ll be able to recover in the cold months, ensuring a new crop of seedlings in the spring. 0470 English 15 min

NATURE ART OF ROBERT BATEMAN, THE
A00187 VH 25 min 1981 Robert Bateman is a Canadian artist; one of the few recognized world wide. This program is an opportunity to be with the artist in the field, in his studio and to understand that beyond the flat surface of a painting there is more: there is a creative, questioning intelligence. 0308 English 25 min Art

NATIVE COMMUNICATIONS (CC)
107277 VH 15 min IJ BEAR PAW NEWS SERIES - Native Communications features students researching and writing a newsletter about First Nations life. The meanings behind pictographs, rock signals, smoke signals, grass trail signs, brush blazes and pow-wows are explored. Two First Nations legends are also told. It is explained that legends teach First Nations history, tradition and spirituality. 0296 English 15 min

THE NAZI SEIZURE OF POWER
106966 VH 33 min JA This study traces the rise of Nazi power from the 107 Nazi seats won in the Reichstag election in 1930 to the death of Hindenburg and the appointment of Hitler to Fuhrer and Chancellor in ¨ 1934. 0140 English 33 min

THE NATURE CONNECTION SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: TIDE POOLS [102892]

NATURE OF THINGS
For descriptions see individual titles: ALTERNATIVE AGRICULTURE: FOOD FOR LIFE [002109] NATURE OF THINGS : LOST IN THE SUBURBS [000318]

NATIVE COMMUNITIES (CC)
107278 VH 12 min IJ BEAR PAW NEWS SERIES - This video features students researching and writing a newsletter about First Nations life. Explored is the belief that life is based on a circle and all living things have a spirit base. The students describe how various First Nations dwellings are constructed and pictures of a wide variety of traditional homes are shown. A short legend is also told, and cultural dances are demonstrated. 0296 English 12 min

´ NE POUR VIVRE
103871 VH 26 min IS 1989 Titre Anglais: "Design for living". 0506 French 26 min

THE NATURE OF THINGS
For descriptions see individual titles: EVERYDAY EINSTEIN [200264] FIVE SEASONS [200265]

NE SUIVEZ PAS LE GUIDE (CC)
106093 VH 26 min 1992 (Serie LES INTREPIDES) Dans cet ` episode, Pierre, petit chanteur dans ` une chorale, est temoin de ` l’enlevement de son vieux copain ` Albert, le guide au musee de la ` cathedrale Sainte-Sauveur. Avec les ` "intrepides", Pierre va retrouver le ` guide et, du mlme coup, decouvrir que ` les coupables sont des voleurs de tableaux religieux. Francais Langue ¸ Premiere K-7 0104 French 26 min `

NATURE OF THINGS : LOST IN THE SUBURBS
000318 VH 47 min JS 1998 NATURE OF THINGS SERIES - The dream of owning a suburban home has come true for many but at what price? The Nature of Things examines the social, economic and environmental implications of sprawl - low-density development that spreads out from the edge of cities and towns and consumes farmland, forest and wetlands. It is often poorly planned, land-consumptive and automobile oriented, such as residential subdivisions, which by virtue of their dependence on cars, greatly contributes to environmental degradation. Are cities designing their own doom as they consume the valuable farmland that feeds them? 0189 English 47 min

NATIVE INDIAN FOLKLORE
101628 VH 71 min IS 1987 Five separate films that retell the legends and stories of the Cree, West Coast, Ojibway and Micmac Indians. Contents: CHRISTMAS AT MOOSE FACTORY (13 min); SALMON PEOPLE (25 min); THE MAN, THE SNAKE AND THE FOX (12 min); MEDOONAK THE STORMMAKER (13 min); SUMMER LEGEND (8 min). 0714 English 71 min

NEANDERTHAL
001773 VH 45 min JS 2002 Follow the experience of a small clan of Neanderthals living in Dordogne, France, at one of the most important junctures in human evolution. Using the latest scientific research, this program tells the story of the rise and fall of a human species. 0414 English 45 min

NATIVE WOMEN ; POLITICS
001703 VH 24 min S 1995 This informative and exciting documentary gives voice to some of our finest Canadian aboriginal women. Profile segments on the Sechelt Indian Band (under the leadership of Theresa Jefferies) and on Mary Williams (of the Lil’wat Liberation Movement) compare two totally different philosophies of aboriginal women in Canada. 0011 English 24 min

NATURE OF THINGS SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: VOICES IN THE FOREST [104446]

THE NATURE OF THINGS SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: PAUL EHRLICH AND THE POPULATION BOMB [101076]

THE NECKLACE BY GUY DE MAUPASSANT
E00805 VH 20 min I 1980 A contemporary setting showcases Guy de Maupassant’s classic short story of bitter irony -the story of a woman who borrows a diamond necklace to wear for a formal occasion, and the consequences to her and her husband when she loses it. 0983 English 20 min English/Language Arts

NATURAL DISASTERS
106122 VH 30 min IS 1992 CNN explores how the forces of nature cause earthquakes and volcanoes. Study the Rim of Fire, plate tectonics and other natural phenomena in this

NATURE PHOTOGRAPHY
104963 VH JS Wildlife photographer Tom Mangelsen photographs animals in their natural environment. English

146 NEEDS OF LIVING THINGS
001036 DV 20 min PI 2008 Defines what a living thing is and covers the basic requirements of all living things for survival. Topics include: need for space, need for food and water, need for air, need for proper temperature. Comprehensive guide is included. 0373 English 20 min

NEVELSON,LOUISE : IN PROCESS
104893 VH 30 min JS 1988 Louise Nevelson was in her seventies before art critics recognized her contributions to sculpture in America. Nevelson improvised with "trash" found in the streets of New York to construct her special environmental art. She creates two new sculptures on-camera, providing a rare opportunity for viewers to share in her unique process. 0983 English 30 min

NEWTON’S LAWS OF MOTION
001034 DV 25 min S 2008 This fast-paced program shows how Newton’s 3 laws of motion can be used to explain and predict the motion of everyday objects. The effect of friction, including air resistance,is highlighted and the concept of inertia is illustrated with classic demonstrations. Features worked examples. questions for class discussion, as well as the remarkable Rocketman who provides a dramatic example of the third law in action. 0373 English 25 min

NELLIE MCCLUNG : THE SCULPTING OF ANGELS
000842 VH 44:54 min JSA 2000 LIFE AND TIMES SERIES 0194 English 44:54 min

NEVER AGAIN! SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: WORLD WAR II ’THE EASTERN FRONT’ (PART 2) [HI0526] WORLD WAR II ’THE WESTERN FRONT’ (PART 3) [HI0527]

THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS
000445 VH 48 min P 1995 A kind-hearted, young orphan boy and his loyal cat discover the true spirit of Christmas in this delightfully animated Yuletide tale of musical, magical holiday cheer! 0574 English 48 min

MADIBA, THE LIFE AND TIMES OF NELSON MANDELA
002142 DV 102 min JS 2005 Madiba: life and times of Nelson Mandela examines many of the extraordinary, intimate and epiphanous moments of Mandela’s life: whether it was the silent walk with his mother to the Royal Kraal as a nine-year old...the fiery end to his first marriage...the moment when he was told of his mother’s and son’s deaths on Robben Island...the moment P.W.Botha served him tea...or how he reacted to the girl who broke down at a Toronto school named in his honour. 0714 English 102 min

NEW CANADIAN KID
100459 VH 40 min JS Presents the problems an immigrant child must cope with when first living in Canada. 0462 English 40 min

ARTHUR’S TV-FREE WEEK
000686 VH 30 min P 1998 There’s trouble in Elwood City. Arthur,D.W., and the rest of the gang have pledged not to watch TV for one whole week. Can they last? Who will be the first to crack? Night Fright - Big, brave Binky Barnes would be toast if people ever found out that he can’t sleep without a night-light.It’s his deepest, darkest secret. When Arthur spends the night and discovers the truth, Binky will do anything to keep his secret safe. NBS English 30 min

NEW DIRECTIONS
For descriptions see individual titles: SMART ROBOTS, PART TWO [000057]

THE NEW GENERATION
107046 VH 45 min IS 1989 Faces of Japan, Series 1: Young people in Japan have more freedom than teenagers in any previous Japanese generation. In the eyes of older Japanese, this youthful freedom may reflect a change in the values and lifestyles that have traditionally characterized Japan. This program offers a profile of one member of Japan’s new generation, a Tokyo teenager names Koji Kurata. 0749 English 45 min

NERVOUS SYSTEM
103852 VH 20 min JS 1988 Learn how the brain and its extension, the spinal cord, receive sensory information from the nerve cell extensions. ( also about reflexes). 0689 English 20 min

THE NIGHT SKY (2ND ED. OF EXPLORING THE NIGHT SKY)
102151 VH 11 min I Here is a basic approach to better understanding of our universe and solar system. From natural myth to scientific fact to educated guess, it explores the broad scope of human enquiry into the sun, moon, planets, stars, constellations and galaxies. The use of animation throughout helps young students focus on each point. They will certainly welcome a peek at the mysterious phenomena of the night sky. 0585 English 11 min

NERVOUS SYSTEM (2ND ED.)
103887 VH 23 min JS 1980 THE HUMAN BODY SERIES - Shows the parts of the nervous system and how nerve impulses are electrochemically transmitted. Presents recent research on the brain including left-brain, right-brain dominance. 0299 English 23 min

THE NEW SOLAR SYSTEM (CC)
102248 VH 60 min JS 1994 Explores the solar system using animations, simulations, and spacecraft data. Thirty-four minutes are devoted to the inner solar system, with the remaining time covering asteroids, outer planets, and comets. Evidence for cratering is a major theme. Possible future missions are presented. Geology 11 & Earth Sciences 12 0104 English 60 min

NETSILIK ESKIMOS SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: AT THE AUTUMN RIVER CAMP: PART 1 [000485] AT THE AUTUMN RIVER CAMP: PART 2 [000486] AT THE CARIBOU CROSSING PLACE: PART 1 [000477] BUILDING A KAYAK: PART 1 [000475] BUILDING A KAYAK: PART 2 [000476] THE ESKIMO: FIGHT FOR LIFE [000474] FISHING AT THE STONE WEIR: PART 1 [000479] FISHING AT THE STONE WEIR: PART 2 [000480]

NIGHTANGEL
105454 VH 18 min IS 1986 A film without words, using a blend of puppet animation and the pinscreen technique. Evocative, romantic story of a man’s obsession with a mysterious and benign spirit. 0714 English 18 min

NEWSPAPERS IN EDUCATION
100040 KT 12 min I 1993 The Newspapers in Education programs produced by the Ontario Community Newspapers Association are a comprehensive approach to using the community newspaper in the classroom. Encourages group work and discussion across many subject areas. 0763 English 12 min

THE NIGHTINGALE
101536 VH 60 min IS 1983 Mick Jagger makes his video drama as the Emperor, a man surrounded by priceless treasures and unscrupulous courtiers. But riches and power can’t

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buy him true friendship - or true love. 0204 English 60 min

NOEL CHEZ LES PIONNIERS DU HAUT-CANADA
101360 VH 15 min PS 1975 Version francaise de 374 VR 019. ¸ 0495 French 15 min

THE NORTHERN LIGHTS
102466 VH 47 min 1992 As the auroral curtains shimmer throughout the film, we experience a visual panorama of animated legends, international space launches, and indegenous people and scientists offering their perceptions of the wondrous northern lights. Closed Captioned for the Hearing Impaired. 1054 English 47 min

NIKE, GODDESS OF VICTORY
106786 RE IJS Excavated on the Isle of Samothrace in 1863, the original colossal staute was reassembled and partly restored, becoming one of the most celebrated art treasures of the world. The artist is unknown but expert opinions place it as a product of a 3rd century A.D. master sculptor. English

LE NOEL DE HOODOO MCFIGGIN
101353 VH 8 min I 1988 LES FETES CANADIENNES SERIE SERIES - Un conte de Stephen B. Leacock. Hoodoo est un enfant charmant. A Nool, il a pris toutes ses ¨ economies pour offrir de beaux ` cadeaux a ses parents. Et pour ses ` propres cadeaux, il s’est dit que les anges veilleraient a lui apporter ce qu’il ` desire le plus. 0714 French 8 min `

NORTHWEST MOUNTED POLICE
For descriptions see individual titles: THE GREAT MARCH, PART 1 [002190] THE GREAT MARCH, PART TWO [002191]

NISGA’A: DANCING IN BOTH WORLDS
200299 DV 43 min JS 2008 Documents the historic journey of the Nisga’a people of the Nass Valley of British Columbia to achieve a modernday treaty that secures their traditional terriotry and retains their centuries-old culture, traditions and way of life. This DVD has recommended status for SS 8-11, BC First Nations studies 12, Civic Studies 12 and Law 12 in BC schools. 0414 English 43 min

NORMAN JEWISON, FILMMAKER
104989 VH 49 min JS 1985 Toronto-born Norman Jewison has his string of Hollywood successes - this is an intriguing study of a man in action who is seen directing a large international cast and crew in the film version of the musical hit Fiddler on the Roof. 0714 English 49 min

NOR’WESTERS, THE
107524 VH 19 min I 1992 Here in colourful detail is the fascinating story of the North West Company and their amazing fur empire. It includes historic detail of their explorations and exploits; their contact with numerous Indian tribes; the now famous Fort William trading post and their efforts to stymie settlement of the Canadian West. 0066 English 19 min

NISGA’A TRIBAL COUNCIL: LAND CLAIMS
107225 VH 7 min S 1995 Nisga’a tribal chief talks about his people, their land and the process of land claims. Great photography!! 0747 English 7 min

THE NORMAN MACKENZIE ART GALLERY, SASKATCHEWAN
104697 VH 30 min JS 1975 Examines the physical facilities of the gallery as well as activities within the gallery and the community. 0867 English 30 min

NOSEY MRS. RAT (CC)
105744 VH 28 min I 1993 READING RAINBOW SERIES - This video shows how an investigative mind can lead to scientific discoveries. Also included is an interview with Dr. Jane Goodall. It follows the standard "Reading Rainbow" series format: an introduction to the story with live footage; the story; concept development with further live footage; and related book reviews by children. English Language Arts K-7 0104 English 28 min

NO FIXED ADDRESS
9O1076 VH 48 min I 1986 This powerful program reveals what life is like for the quarter of a million Canadians who are unable to afford adequate housing and are forced to seek space in crowded hostels, filthy hotel rooms and even the streets; it’s a constant and daily struggle for survival. 0319 English 48 min Social Studies

NORMAN MCLAREN ON THE CREATIVE PROCESS
105155 VH 114 min PS 1992 This package of 2 videos plus a book gives an inspiring look at the animator as a fine artist. A selection of 14 films spanning an illustrious career is shown on 1 video while McLaren’s methods are demystified on video #2. 0714 English 114 min

NOT SO DIFFERENT (CC)
101626 VH 7 min I 1994 Set in the land of Same where the law of the land is SAMENESS. Everyone has to behave the same, wear the same clothes, live in the same houses, etc. Everything runs smoothly (although it’s a bit dull!), until the arrival of some DIFFERENT people, causing a wave of differentness to spread across the land. 0599 English 7 min

NO LOGO: BRANDS, GLOBALIZATION, RESISTANCE
001785 VH 40 min JS 2003 No Logo, based on the best-selling book by Canadian journalist and activist Naomi Klein, reveals the reasons behind the backlash against the growing economic and cultural reach of multinational companies. 0414 English 40 min

NORTH WEST MOUNTED POLICE
107429 VH 22 min IS 1985 This programme studies their history from formation, through the North West Rebellion, gold strikes, Arctic adventures and to its current status as the R.C.M.P. 0066 English 22 min

A NOTE FOR EVERY FINGER
105088 VH 13 min I 1991 INSTRUMENTS OF THE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA SERIES - This video traces the development of the harp, the harpsichord and the piano, demonstrating the similarities and differences among the instruments. A combination of live demonstration, animated clips and technical graphics are used to present the musical and scientific concepts. 0104 English 13 min

NOCTURNES (ANIMATION)
105458 VH 9 min IS 1988 A musician composes a symphony. From where does he draw the inspiration that guides his pen over the score? NOCTURNES reveals the secret processes of that inspiration, reaching back to the cosmic sources of all artistic creativity. 0714 English 9 min

NORTHERN GAMES
105310 VH 25 min IJ 1981 zA video about the traditional games of the Inuit as they are practised 800 km north of the Arctic Circle by youth in competition from communities across the North. 0714 English 25 min

148 NOTHING TO SNEEZE AT : VIRUSES
000154 VH 16 min JS 1994 THE SECRET OF LIFE SERIES Describes the destructive impact of the influenza virus on the human population. The nature of the immune system and how it is equipped to recognize and destroy antigens are explored. Genetics of the influenza virus is described, with emphasis on how antigenic drift and antigenic shift contribute to changes in the viral genome. Also examined is how virologists prepare tailor-made vaccines for future influenza epidemics. Finally, an explanation is offered for why influenza epidemics frequently arise in the Far East. 1062 English 16 min

contributed to the formation of the province. The population ebbed and flowed from the major wars that shaped Canada and the United States. The history of the area, the connection to West Africa and a description of the three main Black communities are features of this program. See 971 VR 605 for PART 1. 0506 English 60 min

prince. The prince marries the maid and they return to his kingdom. 0983 English 26 min Primary

NUTRITION : EATING WELL
104063 VH 25 min IJ 1985 Portrays a group of students with different nutritional needs as they learn about the various paths to good nutrition; includes information on the importance of protein, minerals, carbohydrates, fat, fiber, and water... 0689 English 25 min

NOVA SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: AVALANCHE! [000731]

NOW HEAR THIS
001718 VH 25 min IJ 2002 BODY ATLAS SERIES - The ears are a masterpiece of miniature engineering. But their most important role is in controlling our sense of balance. This is a title from the Body Atlas series. 0390 English 25 min

SOMETHING FOR EVERY BODY: NUTRITION KIT
002131 KT 10 min JS 2005 This kit prepared by the Vancouver Coastal Health Community Nutritionist has many resources and activities that will make learning about healthy eating fun. A wellness approach that emphasizes positive messages about eating and body image is used. The jeopardy game is a fun way to ensure that most students will understand the key messages. 0279 English 10 min

LA NOURRITURE
107546 VH 10 min PS 1970 Version francaise de 971 VR 519. ¸ 0495 French 10 min

LA NOUVELLES BRULANTES
107269 VH 30 min IS 1987 (Serie LA BAIE DES ESPRITS) Marie ` a trouve un emploi d’ete comme ` ` ` journaliste. Elle doit faire un reportage sur une vieille recette indienne. Comme elle doit se la procurer aupres ` de sa grand-mere de l’autre cote du ` ˆ ` lac, elle et sa cousine partent en canot. Soudainement, elles apercoivent un ¸ feu de forlt, et realisent que la grand` mere est en danger. N’ecoutant que ` ` leurs instincts, elles se lancent a sa ` rescousse le lendemain c’est avec surprise qu’elles lisent un reportage sur leur sauvetage dans le journal. Marie qui veut ltre journaliste n’a pas su profiter de cette occasion qui se presentait a elle. 0571 French 30 ` ` min

NOW WE’RE TALKIN’ : TEENAGE SEXUALITY
000161 VH 15 min JS 1997 An overview of some of the issues relating to human reproduction and sexuality. Introduces the many methods of birth control. Published by Planned Parenthood, New York City for use as an educational tool. 0487 English 15 min

NUTRITION LABELS: OUR GUIDES TO HEALTHY EATING
104572 VH 18 min JA 1993 Get smart! Eat healthy! This new program explains how to read the new food labels, and how to interpret the nutrition facts on labels; it defines key terms such as calories, cholesterol, sodium, carbohydrates, dietary fibre, and more; and shows how to relate the Nutrition Facts label information to the new Food Guide. All ages will benefit from this increased awareness concerning nutrition. 0599 English 18 min

NUCLEAR POWER
102481 VH 31 min S 1992 This "companion" program to "Nuclear Physics" looks at the practical application of nuclear energy and includes footage from nuclear power stations and fusion laboratories. It also touches on the environmental impact of nuclear power generation. There is some Canadian content. Physics 11 & 12 0267 English 31 min

NOVA ADVENTURES IN SCIENCE
For descriptions see individual titles: HURRICANE! [000114] LIGHTNING [000343] THE MIRACLE OF LIFE [000162] ODYSSEY OF LIFE PART 1 : THE ULTIMATE JOURNEY [000164] SECRETS OF LOST EMPIRES : COLOSSEUM [000178] SECRETS OF LOST EMPIRES : INCA [000179] SECRETS OF LOST EMPIRES : OBELISK [000180] SECRETS OF LOST EMPIRES : PYRAMID [000177] SECRETS OF LOST EMPIRES : STONEHENGE [000181] TORNADO! [000113] THE UNIVERSE WITHIN [000163]

O CANADA
000266 VH 2 min KPIJS 1997 A stunning rendition of the national anthem! Contemporary and archival footage capturing the essence of Canada comes together with an outstanding performance of "O Canada" by a 57 piece orchestra. The video is without words. Sing along in the language of your choice. CD ROM INCLUDED. 0714 English 2 min

LA NUIT
102307 VH 28 min I 1990 Presente une approache thematique ` ` de plusieurs aspects de la nuit. Les sujets discutes sont: la nature des ` etoiles, les animaux nocturnes tels les ` chauve-souris et les hiboux et la difference entre la flourescence et la ` phosphorescence. Des sketches humoristiques illustrent les sommets psychologiques inexpliques dont on fait ` l’experience la nuit, de mlme que les ` problemes d’insomnie. 0104 French ` 28 min

OBACHAN’S GARDEN
013163 VH 94 min JS 2001 In 1923, Asayo Murakami left Hiroshima and settled in a fishing village in Steveston, B.C. Her family has memories of a happy woman who sang, danced and nurtured a colourful flower garden, but underneath, the memory of what she left in Japan haunted her deeply. Grandaughter and filmmaker Linda Ohama discovers a painful, buried past in poignant interviews with her 103 year old grandmother. 0714 English 94 min

NUTCRACKER, THE (CC)
PR0518 VH 26 min P 1978 This video is based on the classic tale by Hoffman and set to the music of Tchaikovsky. The story focuses on a prince who has been turned into a nutcracker by the magic spell of the Mouse Queen. The love and friendship of the maid, however, breaks the spell and the nutcracker is turned back into a

NOVA SCOTIA : AGAINST THE TIDES
107556 VH 60 min IS 1994 HYMN TO FREEDOM SERIES - PART 2: The Nova Scotia story speaks to the waves of immigrants who eventually

149 OCD: THE WAR INSIDE
013214 VH 72 min SA 2002 They seem like ordinary people. They have no physical disabilities and have every appearance of being as functional as the next person. But their lives have been shadowed by the crippling effects of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, a misunderstood anxiety disorder characterized by intrusive thoughts, nagging fears and ritualistic behaviour.The video documents the personal stories of several individuals and their families, including Andrew, Grace,Tricia and Marvin, who fight to survive a war inside their minds. Their stories reveal a deeper aspect to the disorder, which goes beyond the constant hand washing, door locking and other repetitive acts typically associated with it. 0714 English 72 min

OCTOPUS, THE (CC)
PR0411 VH 11 min PI This program explains the anatomy, eating habits, and general life cycle of the octopus. 0983 English 11 min Primary

OISONS ET LE FROID 1
002071 VH 10 min IJ 2002 A young biologist at Laval University adopts seven Canada geese to study their developmental and feeding processes, as shown in this modern and effective video. 0414 French 10 min

ODYSSEY OF LIFE PART 1 : THE ULTIMATE JOURNEY
000164 VH 60 min IJS 1986 NOVA ADVENTURES IN SCIENCE SERIES - NOVA explores life’s origins as you examine both the differences between and the uncanny similarities of the fetal development of humans and animals. 0585 English 60 min

OISONS ET LE FROID 2
002072 VH 9:41 min IJ 2002 In the second episode of the series, the biologist at Laval university who has adopted seven Canada geese studies their resistance to the cold and frost. The video demonstrates how the understanding of a lower form of life (fish) can help understnad a higher form of life. 0414 French 9:41 min

OF JAPANESE DESCENT
107464 VH 21 min JS 1945 About the re-location of the Japanese living in B.C. to internment camps. Describes the 3 levels of Japanese who were moved. Rare footage. 0714 English 21 min

OKANADA : BEHIND THE LINES AT OKA
107301 VH 33 min S 1994 Provides a rare view of the 1990 Oka Crisis from beginning to end when the Mohawks and their supporters walked out. From within the Mohawk encampment cameraman/reporter Albert Nerenberg filmed the events, emotions and personalities that made up the Mohawk Warrior Society and their circle of supporters. The perspectives of both the Mohawk Warrior Society and the Clan Mothers are examined within the context of the video. First Nations Studies 12 0104 English 33 min

OCEAN ENVIRONMENTS : 3-D SEA
000050 VH 15 min I 1993 3-2-1 CLASSROOM CONTACT SERIES - 3-2-1 CLASSROOM CONTACT is a series of eight television shows which empasize the process of scientific investigation. Ocean Environments : 3-D Sea explains that although oceans may look the same from the surface, underneath different environments offer support to different sea dwelling creatures. It explains how the animal life in each environment depends on conditions such as depth, temperature, salinity and oxygen/ carbon dioxide content of the water. 0104 English 15 min

OF LIVES UPROOTED
107572 VH 10 min IS 1991 The quick voices and vivid drawings of Salvadoran and Guatemalan children communicate the terrors of civil war. 0714 English 10 min

OF MICE AND MEN
105577 VH 150 min JA 1990 A portrayal of John Steinbeck’s novel about two itinerant farmhands in the rual southern U.S. 0913 English 150 min

OLD ENOUGH TO HURT
100927 VH 30 min S 1994 A QUESTION OF JUSTICE SERIES Subject: Young Offenders Act. 0953 English 30 min

SPACE EXPLORATION - OCEAN EXPLORATION
000414 VH 50 min IJ 1998 BILL NYE : THE SCIENCE GUY SERIES - Space Exploration, the first of two programs on this video, shows the tools humans invented to explore space. Did you know it takes 100 tons of fuel for a rocket to orbit the Earth? Meet Dr. Linda Horn, a NASA scientist, who’s helping to develop the Cassini spacecraft. Destination: Saturn! Ocean Exploration, the second program, helps us understand the Earth better. Get a glimpse of the special tools required for ocean exploration and find out why "ocean investigation" is so crucial to life on land. 0574 English 50 min

OFFICERS OF THE COURT
100938 VH 25 min S 1983 Combines interviews with a police officer, justice of the peace, crown counsel, defence lawyer, sheriff and provincial court judge, with scenes of their activities. 0809 English 25 min

OLD-GROWTH FOREST: AN ECOSYSTEM
104453 VH 25 min JA 1994 Interactions of plants and animals in old-growth forests of the Pacific Northwest demonstrate ecological principles, including predator-prey relationships, decomposition, adaptation, and recycling of nutrients. 0689 English 25 min

OFFSHORE OIL AND NATURAL GAS
104307 VH 30 min JS 1992 This documentary examines how oil and natural gas deposits developed in the sedimentary geological formations deep below the surface of the ocean off the coast of Atlantic Canada. An interesting array of graphics and other illustrations are combined with an extensive series of video images to illustrate the time and hard work that go into the process of discovering these natural resources. 0470 English 30 min

OLD MOTHER WITCH
101426 VH 28 min K Neighbourhood kids get pleasure from taunting and annoying the elderly next door neighbour Mrs. Oliver, who lives alone. Despite David’s parents’ suggestions that they try to befriend her, they continue their pranks from time to time. On Halloween they dare one of the group to ring her bell. Upon doing so, it is discovered that she has fallen in the dark on her porch and needs help. Through a change of heart, she is rescued and her life is saved by their actions. 0803 English 28 min

OCTAVIO PAZ : ART AND REVOLUTION IN MEXICO
107570 VH 60 min S 1990 Nowhere but in Mexico has history been painted as superbly; nowhere else have outspokenly polemical painters produced such great art. 0380 English 60 min

150 OLYMPIC HERITAGE II: 60 YEARS AT THE WINTER OLYMP
105306 VH 14 min IS 1990 Highlights of sixty years of Olympic Winter Games. 0750 English 14 min

OMNI SCIENCE - VIDEO 9
104386 VH 30 min IJ 1993 1) Espace I: La future station spatiale, Vers la planete Mars, Le "bouclier ` spatial" americain. 2) L’astronomie: ` Les connaissances modernes sur les etoiles, Communication avec d’autres ` formes de vie intelligente, Les radiotelescopes, 3) Espace III: Le ` ` telescope spatial, Le scaphandre ` ` spatial, Le mal de l’espace. 0798 French 30 min

ON THE BRINK : PORTRAITS OF MODERN SCIENCE
000156 VH 16 min JS 1994 THE SECRET OF LIFE SERIES Examines ongoing research in the genetics of cancer. Emphasis is on how each researcher applies the principles of controlled experimentation, including hypothesis formation, observation, data collection, and the sharing of research results to reach meaningful conclusions. Factors that control cell growth, location of a gene for breast cancer, the mechanisms of metasis, and the ethical considerations of using human genes for cancer research are explored in detail. 1062 English 16 min

ESPACE II; ESPACE IV; AERONAUTIQUE
013169 VH 30 min IJS 1996 SERIE OMNISCIENCE - Espace II: La navette spatiale, fonctionnement des lanceurs et des fusees, realisation de nombreuses experiences scientifiques; Espace IV: La fusee Ariane, fabrication d’un satellite, le vehicule spatial Hermes et le lanceur Ariane 5; Aeronautique: Le fonctionnement d’un moteur a reaction. 0798 French 30 min

OMNISCIENCE
For descriptions see individual titles: ESPACE II; ESPACE IV; AERONAUTIQUE [013169] ARCHITECTURE; MATERIAUX; LA CONSERVATION [013170] ESPACE I; L’ASTRONOMIE; ESPACE III [013168] OMNI SCIENCE - VIDEO 1 [103898] OMNI SCIENCE - VIDEO 2 [103899]

ON THE LOOSE
105640 VH 30 min PI 1989 SEUSS SERIES - A triple treat. The Sneetches are ostrich-like beings who live on beaches. The Zax are two stubborn creatures who refuse to step aside for each other. Green Eggs and Ham is about wily Sam-I-Am whose favorite dish is an abomination. Dr. 0807 English 30 min

ARCHITECTURE; MATERIAUX; LA CONSERVATION
013170 VH 30 min IJS 1995 SERIE OMNISCIENCE - Architecture: Les edifices en hauteur, la maison intelligente, le beton; Materiaux: Les supraconducteurs, les plastiques, les textiles techniques; La Conservation: Puissants moyens de restaurer et conserver. 0798 French 30 min

ON CHALLENGED WINGS
105309 VH 58 min KPIJS 1992 An uplifting documentary about handicapped people who are able to overcome their physical disabilities and excel in sports and recreation activities, as well as in real life. 0104 English 58 min

ESPACE I; L’ASTRONOMIE; ESPACE III
013168 VH 81 min JS 1994 SERIE OMNISCIENCE - Espace I: La future station spatiale, vers la planete Mars, le bouclier spatial americain. L’Astronomie: Les connaissances modernes sur les etoiles, Communication avec d’autres formes de vie intelligente, les radiotelescopes. Espace III: Le telescope spatial, le scaphandre spatial, le mal de l’espace. 0798 French 81 min

ON THE NOSE: THE HUMAN SENSES SERIES
103846 VH 13 min PI 1982 This film shows how odor molecules enter the nose and are picked up by smell receptors that carry the information to the brain. 0689 English 13 min

ON MY HONOR
105623 VH 28 min I 1989 Based on the book by Marion Dane Bauer. When his best friend drowns while they both are swimming in a treacherous river that they promised never to go near, Joel is devastated and terrified to tell both sets of parents. 0058 English 28 min

ON TOP OF THE WORLD : CANADA
106572 VH 60 min IS 1992 From the Atlantic to the Pacific to the Arctic... through the Rockies and Prairies... over the tundra... past lakes, beaches and Niagara Falls... touring historical and modern cities... hiking in the rainforest... tracking polar bears, deer and eagles... and tracing the many peoples and events that have helped to shape this great country. International television host Anne Martin invites you on an intriguing journey to every province and territory across Canada. 0470 English 60 min

OMNI SCIENCE - VIDEO 1
103898 VH 30 min IJ 1993 SERIE OMNISCIENCE - 1: Le Toucher. Physiologie du toucher, la main, les grands brules. 2) Le Gout. ˆ ` ˆ Physiologie du gout, la cuisine, un laboratoire, les aromes de demain. 3) ˆ L’odorat. Comment fonctionne-t-il?, la memoire des odeurs, la preparation ` ` des parfums. 0798 French 30 min

ON SHAKY GROUND (CC)
102149 VH 12 min SS 1994 MATHSPHERE SERIES - Analyses the risks associated with earthquakes. Probabilities are calculated for both earthquake occurrence and injury due to an earthquake. Rural and urban situations are compared. Earth Science 11 & Geology 12 0104 English 12 min

OMNI SCIENCE - VIDEO 2
103899 VH 30 min IJ 1993 SERIE OMNISCIENCE - 1) Le cerveau: Le onde fabuleux du rlve, L’influx nerveux et neurotransmetteurs chimiques, La resonance magnetique ` ` nucleaire et l’electroencephalographie. ` ` ` 2) La vision: Les yeux, des outils d’une precision incomparable, Cooperation ` ` entre l’oeil et le cerveau, La vision artificielle. 3) L’ouie: Voyage a l’interieur ` ` de l’oreille, Progres scientifique dans le ` monde de la musique, Les techniques d’enregistrement. 0798 French 30 min

ON STRIKE : THE WINNIPEG GENERAL STRIKE, 1919
000846 VH 19:46 min IJS 1991 THE PEOPLE’S HISTORY OF THE WEST SERIES - The story of the Winnipeg General Strike of 1919, retold through the words of the men and women who were there. Actors recreate the dramatic struggle, from the rise of the One Big Union to the shattering events of Bloody Saturday. Closed captioned. 0714 English 19:46 min

ONCE THERE WAS A TREE (CC)
103194 VH 29 min I 1994 READING RAINBOW SERIES - This video explores different types of trees and their importance to humans, animals and the planet. It follows the standard "Reading Rainbow" series format: an introduction to the story with live footage; the story; concept development with further live footage; and related book reviews by children. English Language Arts K-7 0104 English 29 min

151 ONCE UPON A DINOSAUR AND OTHER TALES OF LONG AGO
101644 VH 27 min PI 1996 HOW DINOSAURS LEARNED TO FLY. The dinosaurs were headed for trouble. They ate nothing but junk food. They never brushed their teeth. They stayed up all night long. The early mammals tried to warn them, "You’ll all be extinct if you keep that up!" But the dinosaurs just laughed ... (6 min.) THE EMPEROR’S NEW CLOTHES. The well-known tale of the foolish emperor who learns a lesson from a wise child. (9 min.) THE LONG ENCHANTMENT. "Once upon a time" ends "happily ever after" in this spellbinding animated fairy tale about a little girl, a wondrous pony and a wicked wizard. (12 min.) 0714 English 27 min suggestions for accompanying activities. 0870 English

THE ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT OF NATO (1945-1991)
000048 VH 20 min JS 1991 GEOGRAPHY IN U.S. HISTORY SERIES - Investigates how international political events following World War II led to the Cold War and the formation of NATO. Discusses the actions of President Harry S. Truman and George F. Kennan in NATO’s formation as an instrument of U.S foreign policy and describes the effect of NATO on international relations in Europe from the 1950s and 1960s. Evaluates its contributions to the achievement of U.S. foreign policy objectives and identifies the unifying characteristics and common interests of the countries that formed NATO. 0634 English 20 min

OPEN I
200334 DV 30 min IJS 2006 The open i legacy package is intended for use by educators and others wishing to explore issues pertaining to media and disability. A study guide Pacific Cinematheque’s first fully digital resource - introduces and explores curriculum possibilities associated with media production programming for youth and young adults with disabilities. Features 5 short films written, directed and produced by youth with disabilities. 0414 English 30 min

ONE OF THEM
013210 VH 25:24 min JS 2001 Freedom from bullying, name-calling and violence motivates the high school seniors in this school-based drama. Jamie is shocked when she and her best friend become victims of homophobic name-calling. But she must face up to her own reactions as she realizes that her friend is "one of them" and needs her support. And Jamie’s boyfriend must decide if he will support Jamie. With a focus on homophobia and discrimination, not sexual behaviour, the dramatization prompts viewers to examine their own responses and promote a safe school environment for all students. 0714 English 25:24 min

ORDEAL BY FIRE (1915 TO 1929): EPISODE 12A
001798 VH 60 min IJS 2002 CANADA: A PEOPLE’S HISTORY SERIES - While war efforts dominated the news and the attention of Canadians, on the home front, significant changes were in the making. Led by Nellie McClung, Canadian women were changing the fabric of Canadian society, advocating Prohibition and the right of women to vote. 0189 English 60 min

ORIGINES
For descriptions see individual titles: CHARLES CHARRON DIT CABANA, VOYAGEUR [002098] LOUIS HEBERT,APOTHICAIRE [002100]

ORIGINS: A HISTORY OF CANADA SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: BALANCE OF POWER [YRY014] DISPLACED PERSONS [YRY012] EMPIRE BUILDERS [YRY013] FALL OF NEW FRANCE [YRY015] THE FIRST EUROPEANS [YRY007] FORMING A NATION [YRY019] GROWING PAINS [YRY018] THE KEY TO CANADA [YRY009] PARTING OF THE WAYS [YRY016] PARTNERS IN TRADE [YRY011] STRUGGLE FOR SURVIVAL [YRY017]

ORDEAL BY FIRE (1915 TO 1929): EPISODE 12B
001802 VH 60 min IJS 2001 CANADA: A PEOPLE’S HISTORY SERIES - Despite the fact that over 350 000 Canadians enlisted in the first few years of World War I, casualties and the overall extent of the war necessitated, at least in the eyes of the Borden government, the need for more troops. Also recounts the post war years when Canadians began rebuilding their lives. Discusses the story of life in Quebec after World War I - a growing call for an independent French nation, an exodus of citizens to the U.S. and a provincial government intent on rebuilding the Quebec economy by encouraging American investment. 0189 English 60 min First Nations (Socials)

ONIONS AND GARLIC (CC)
101623 VH 5 min I 1994 A Hebrew Fable. Hearing of a kingdom where they don’t have onions, Saul, a friendly fellow, decides to travel there and introduce the "King of the Garden" to this onion-less kingdom. 0599 English 5 min

ORIGINS: A HISTORY OF CANADA SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: GOD AND MAMMON [YRY010] THE TREASURE HUNT [YRY008]

ONTARIO : A HISTORY BURIED
107557 VH 60 min IS 1994 HYMN TO FREEDOM SERIES - PART 3: Reta Duvall-Cummings is the matriarch of her clan. She is the granddaughter of Pleasant Duvall who came by foot from New Orleans all the way to Collingwood in the 1860’s. Reta’s story represents the lives of many of the people who came to Ontario to freedom (following the passage in the US of the Fugitive Slave Act) along the infamous Underground Railroad. SEE 971VR605 for PART 1. 0506 English 60 min

ORIGINS: A HISTORY OF CANADA SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: THE FIRST NATIONS [107516] LOST CIVILIZATIONS [107517]

ORGANIC EVOLUTION SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: DARWIN NATURALLY [LS0884] FACTORING IN MENDEL [001003] THE MEIOTIC MIX [000912]

O’SIEM : ONE MAN’S POWERFUL JOURNEY OF HEALING CC
101040 VH 54 min 1997 Seventeen years ago, Gene Harry’s aunt Josephine Grant, Indian Shaker Church Minister for the Musqueam Nation, persuaded prison authorities to release her nephew into her care. Thus begun Gene’s quest to heal himself. O’SIEM gives a rare tour of the many landscapes in Gene’s life as a Healer, Spirit Dancer, cultural canoe paddler, Indian Shaker Church Minister and devoted father. This the story of connections -both physical and spiritual. It demonstrates the power of the past, the power of love and above

ORIGAMI
104790 VH 9 min PS 1967 The Japanese art of paper folding as practised both by skilled fingers and the less adept hands of children. Shows that anyone can learn, experiment and take pleasure from this art. 0714 English 9 min

OPEN BOOK VIDEO A
101921 VH KPIJSCATP 1988 Video of 4 stories: Jillian Jiggs, Wynken, Blynken and Nod, The Owl and the Pussy Cat, and How to Get Rid of Bad Dreams. Guide provides

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all the power of kindness. 0714 English 54 min First Nations (Socials)

OTARIES, ESPECE EN PERIL
002070 VH 7 min J 2003 Unlike northern otaries (eared seals and sea-lions) which maintain a stable population, southern otaries are experiencing a decrease in population. Contrary to what scientists first thought, this has nothing to do with human presence. The video examines how the transfer of their diet from fat to lean fish is related to cyclic climate change. 0414 French 7 min

OUR HIROSHIMA (CC)
106905 VH 43 min JS 1996 Setsuko Nakamura Thurlow was thirteen when the first atomic bomb destroyed her city and killed several family members. Her vivid, eyewitness testimony is interspersed with archival footage from Hiroshima and Nagasaki, bringing alive the reality of an unimaginable horror. By acknowledging Canada’s involvement in the development of the bomb, we are made aware of the responsibility that we all bear to end the nuclear threat. 0714 English 43 min

OUR SOLAR SYSTEM: INVESTIGATING ENVIRONMENTS BEYOND EARTH
000498 VH 25 min IJ 1998 This video presents known facts about our solar system using models and excellent footage from NASA moon voyages and the latest discovery satellite "Voyager 2". The exploratory journey begins with the Sun - the centre of the solar system and then studies each planet. There is also footage and discussion of comets and the Milky Way, as well as a section on teaching/learning activities before and after viewing the video. This video replaces 523 VR 049 ’Our Universe’. 0267 English 25 min

OTHELLO
105923 VH 195 min S 1982 William Shakespeare series featuring William Marshall, Ron Moody and Jenny Agutter. A fine tale of jealousy and treachery. (2 videos) 0749 English 195 min

OUR HOME IN SPACE
000718 VH 15 min P 1999 Through this video children gain an understanding of the familiar sights in our sky - the sun, planets, comets, moon, and stars. They see the earth’s relationship to the sun, and our moon’s to the earth. Students come to realize such things as tides, orbits, and that stars are far, far, far, away. Computer graphics, NASA footage, and singing puppets make astronomy principles fun, easy and unforgettable. IRP science k-7. 0929 English 15 min

OUR SOLAR SYSTEM : THE INNER PLANETS
102232 VH 26 min IJS 1992 THE ASSISTANT PROFESSOR SERIES - Experience the Inner Worlds of our solar system - from the smooth plains of Mercury to the frigid red mega-mountains of Mars. Packed with spectacular video footage, photographs, and animations. This video takes a fun and informative voyage aboard a homemade spacecraft to Mercury, Venus, Earth, the Moon and Mars. Interesting facts about each planet are presented, such as size, composition, relative position in the solar system, gravity, and temperature. 0032 English 26 min

THE OTHER SIDE OF BLUE: THE TRUTH ABOUT TEENAGE DEPRESSION
000988 VH 31 min JS 2000 This documentary, shot in classic MTV style features four young people telling their stories about depression and attempted suicide. Dr. Elyse Dubo of the Youth Psychiatry Mood Disorders Program at Toronto’s Sunnybrook Hospital and her colleagues produced this video to help teens, their parents and teachers better understand the signs and symptoms of clinical depression. 0167 English 31 min

OUR IMMUNE SYSTEM
103856 VH 25 min JS 1988 The immune system protects the human body from disease-producing micro-organisms. While emphasizing the role of antibodies, the film also includes discussion of immunological memory and vaccination. 0689 English 25 min

THE OTHER WORLD
103044 16 19:02 min IJS 1991 Explores the world of plant and animal life in a Canadian stream showing underwater life cycles and the interdependence of insect, fish, mammal and the water. 0714 English 19:02 min

OUR SOLAR SYSTEM : THE OUTER PLANETS
102231 VH 29 min IJS 1992 THE ASSISTANT PROFESSOR SERIES - The story of a young girl, Nina, and her stuffed bear, Bernie, who convert an old Volkswagen microbus into a spaceship for a trip through the solar system. The first program covers Mercury, Venus, Earth, Earth’s moon and Mars. The second covers the asteroid belt, Jupiter, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto and their moons, and Saturn and its rings and moons. Especially instructional of these programs is that after the computer has told Nina about each planet, she reviews and recapitulates the information. A useful and engaging resource for introducing a unit on the solar system in a middle school classroom. 0032 English 29 min

OUR PLANETARY POLICE
100916 VH 30 min IJS 1993 The U.N.’s role is changing with the advent of the Post-Cold War world. Gone are the days of Superpower "gridlock" in the General Assembly. As the U.N. takes a more active role in maintaining world peace and order, many questions and concerns arise. This 5 part video offers students insight into the background, politics and personalities that affect the "new world order. 0274 English 30 min

OTHERWISE KNOWN AS SHEILA THE GREAT
105571 VH 25 min I 1989 Ten-year-old Sheila Tubman strives to overcome her fears of swimming and dogs with the help of family and new friends in Judy and Lawrence Blume’s live-action version of the book. 0983 English 25 min

OUR HERITAGE: A LESSON FOR THE FUTURE
YRY002 VH 22 min IJ 1992 A school field trip to Burnaby Museum provides some unexpected events and new meaning to the word "heritage" for Sarah as she is catapulted "back to the future" when Gordy Haddon magically transports her back to his life in Burnaby in 1922. Turning the tables, Sarah then transports Gordy into her Burnaby of the 1990’s. 0147 English 22 min

OUR PUPPET IS BORN
104832 VH 28 min P 1973 After a traditional hand puppet is built, children are encouraged to construct their own puppet forms. Various puppet forms are demonstrated. 0094 English 28 min

OUR SUN AND ITS PLANETS (2ND ED)
102226 VH 16 min specially designed model, telescopic photographs, and telescopic motion pictures help young astronomers learn what a planet, sun, and solar system are, and how Earth and eight other planets moving around the sun form our solar system. Computer simulations help visualize the nine

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planets and their moons or rings. The differences in days, seasons and years relate to the orbital distance from the sun. 0645 English 16 min

OUTLET: QUEER YOUTH SPEAK OUT
001688 VH 27 min JS 2002 Outlet gives audiences the straight goods on growing up queer in a heterosexual world. Featuring candid stories about the challenges of coming out, "Outlet" reminds us how complex identitiy is and how rarely people are supported in exploring it. Above all, this video celebrates people for having the courage to be true to themselves...whatever their orientation. 0574 English 27 min

OWL MOON
101847 VH 8 min 1990 From the Caldecott Medal book by Jane Yolen. Iconographic colour. 1037 English 8 min

OUR WONDERFUL BODY SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: EAT WELL, GROW WELL (2ND ED.) (CC) [103907] HOW WE KEEP FIT (2ND ED.) [104089]

THE OWL WHO MARRIED A GOOSE : AN ESKIMO LEGEND
101634 VH 8 min JS 1974 In this Inuit legend it is plausible enough that a goose should capture the fancy of an owl and that the owl should be quite bewildered by what follows. It is a story with the wry humour characteristic of many Inuit tales, for audiences young or old. Sand-on-glass animation. 0714 English 8 min

OUT IN OUTER SPACE
002187 VH 30 min P 2005 BETWEEN THE LIONS SERIES - In this episode Grandpa tells a true story about space travel. The target vowel sound in "ou". The program also emphasizes story and poetry writing. There are underlying themes of selfesteem and facing challenges. 0058 English 30 min

THE OUTSIDERS
ILA058 VH 91 min S 1983 Francis Coppola’s powerful film of S.E. Hinton’s classic youth novel. With lyrical imaginery and dramatic intensity, Coppola captures the emotional essence of Hinton’s story and shows how it really feels to be caught between childhood’s innocence and adulthood’s disillusionment. 1027 English 91 min Intermediate Language Arts

OWLS UP CLOSE
103525 VH 55 min IJS 1991 Covers 18 species of the wide-ranging North American owls. Did you know that owls have 3-dimensional hearing? That they can detect a mouse under two feet of snow and strike prey in total darkness? That they can see better at a moonless midnight than we can at noon? That the flight of even the largest owls is virtually soundless? Much is known about these amazing birds, but much of their power is still a mystery to science. A National Audubon Society presentation. 0714 English 55 min

OUT OF CONTROL
100928 VH 30 min S 1994 A QUESTION OF JUSTICE SERIES Subject: Impaired Driving. 0953 English 30 min

OVER CANADA : AN AERIAL ADVENTURE
000898 VH 56 min IJSA 1996 An awe-inspiring aerial adventure, that whisks you over spetacular mountaintops, valleys, plains and forests. Brief lyrical narration segments enhance the visual montage and subtitles identify each place and geographical region as it is shown. 0574 English 56 min

OUT: STORIES OF LESBIAN AND GAY YOUTH
000699 VH 39:32 min JS 1998 OUT is an intimate exploration of the struggles and victories of gay and lesbian youth in Canada. Delving into the emotional, societal and familial conflicts lesbian and gay youth often face, this video breaks the damaging silence surrounding sexual orientation and sexual differences. Through candid interviews with gay and lesbian youth from varied cultural and racial heritages, issues of discrimination as well as the compounding problems of confronting racism and sexism are sensitively addresses. OUT provides awareness, understanding and hope to gay and lesbian youth, parents, counsellors and educators. 0714 English 39:32 min

OX-CART MAN
105614 VH 8 min KPIJSCATP 1987 A simpler time in American life is recalled in this poetic recounting of a year in the life of a nineteenth century New England family. 0394 English 8 min

THE OWL AND THE LEMMING : AN ESKIMO LEGEND
101635 VH 6 min K 1971 An Inuit tale about the wise owl and the foolish lemming, complete with sealskin puppets and an Inuit music sound track. Useful for Social Studies enrichment or as a springboard for creative drama and writing. French version is 398 MP 032. 0714 English 6 min

OX CART MAN (CC)
PR0457 VH 30 min P 1986 READING RAINBOW SERIES Following a "heritage" theme, the feature book tells a story about a NewEngland family’s life in the 1800s. The host LeVar Burton then takes the viewers on a tour of Sturbridge Village Massachusettes to discover what life was like in the early 1800s. Time spent observing a blacksmith, bartering in 14th Century style, assisting a local printer, and learning how to train young oxen are explored. 0264 English 30 min Primary

THE OWL AND THE RAVEN : AN ESKIMO LEGEND
101633 VH 6 min PI 1973 An Inuit tale of vanity and greed that explains how the raven became black. Can serve as inspiration for children to invent animal tales, with their own drawings and taped soundtracks. Same as 398 MP 066. French version is 398 MP 035. 0714 English 6 min

OUTDOOR SCHOOL
105260 VH 26 min IS 1984 A look at the North Vancouver Outdoor School and the variety of programs offered to students. 0714 English 26 min

THE OUTER PLANETS
102236 VH 11 min 1994 This video uses computer enhanced images, graphics and photographs to show the make up of the surfaces and atmospheres of the outer planets Uranus, Neptune and Pluto. From the GALACTIC ENCYCLOPEDIA Series. 0104 English 11 min

OZONE (CC) OWL BOX
106728 RE IS Saite Period, Egypt, circa 600 B.C. This detail was on a white limestone wall of an Egyptian tomb, which was neatly incised in typical late hieroglyphic style. The border and box are a modern adaptation from the original slab. 0005 English 104642 VH 20 min S 1991 The 1980’s discovery of a hole in the ozone layer was the beginning of the end for chlorofluorocarbons, once touted as harmless wonder chemicals. The program explains the chemistry of destruction of the ozone layer caused by the buildup of CFC’s in the atmosphere. Closed Captioned for the

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Hearing Impaired. 0470 20 min English

PALETTES SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: JAPANESE BRIDGES CKEY [104920]

PARIS, JE T’AIME
106337 VH 45 min IS 1987 Viewers accompany two young people exploring the city’s landmarks, including museums, bookstalls, cathedrals, high school classrooms, the flea market, and Paris at night. There are English and French narrations - good for FSL students. 0348 French 45 min

OZONE: PROTECTING THE INVISIBLE SHIELD
104641 VH 28 min SA 1994 Explains what ozone is and how the ozone layer protects the earth from harmful ultraviolet radiation, and recounts the history of the ozone crisis - from the discovery of ozone depletion to the international cooperation that helped solve this global environmental problem. 0689 English 28 min

PAPER ENGINEERING
102142 VH 20 min IJ 1994 MATHEMATICAL EYE SERIES - This video shows many activities using paper folding to promote spatial skills in geometry. The construction of cubes, pentagons and tetrahedra are some examples demonstrated. A relationship is developed to show a correlation between paper folding and box making. From the MATHEMATICAL EYE SERIES FOUR. . 0104 English 20 min

PARTING OF THE WAYS
YRY016 VH 29 min S ORIGINS: A HISTORY OF CANADA SERIES - This program looks at the difficulties that the British authorities faced in dealing with their new French Canadian subjects after 1760. Also, the events that led to the American Revolution, the division within the American colonies following the Seven Years’ War; and the effects of the American Revolution on Canada. 0471 English 29 min First Nations (Socials)

THE PACIFIC CENTURY series
For descriptions see individual titles: TWO COASTS OF CHINA (CC) [107032]

PARADISE
104813 VH 15 min IJ 1985 Within the crystal chambers of a glittering palace, a Divine Bird performs for its Emperor, while a simple blackbird watches enviously. Refusing to accept his own plainness, he bedecks himself in stolen plumage and parades before the Emperor. But the unfortunate imposter fails to impress his royal host. Thrown into a cage and hurled outside the palace walls, the blackbird discovers that a golden cage cannot vie with the open skies. 0714 English 15 min

THE PACIFIC CONNECTION : TIES THAT BOUND
000871 VH 22:46 min IJ 1982 This video introduces students to the story of British Columbia’s entry into Confederation. 0714 English 22:46 min

PARTNERS IN TRADE
YRY011 VH 29 min IJ ORIGINS: A HISTORY OF CANADA SERIES - A look at the beginnings of the fur trade and the use of beaver pelts in the making of felt hats. Other related developments examined in this program include the establishment of Port Royal and Quebec, and Champlain’s battle with the Iroquois in 1609. 0471 English 29 min First Nations (Socials)

PACIFIC EDGE, THE (PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY OF N. A.) I
107590 VH 20 min IJ 1989 Award winner. Geologically the most active region of North America, the Pacific coast is marked by volcanoes and fault lines. The film introduces some of the landforms, plants and wildlife. The Pacific Ocean moderates extremes of temperature along the coastline. Grinding crustal plates produce volcanoes such as Mount St. Helens and earthquakes such as the one in San Francisco in 1906. 0689 English 20 min

THE SHARP WITS IN PARAGRAPHS: ALL ABOUT CHANGE
002039 VH 12 min PI 2003 The Sharp Wits find themselves in the midst of another adventure. They discover a door in the middle of nowhere. The real challenge begins when they step through the door and it shuts. The Sharp Wits must learn the rules for starting a new paragraph in order for the door to reopen. 0414 English 12 min

LE PARTY (CC)
106094 VH 26 min 1992 (Serie LES INTREPIDES) Cet episode ` ` rassemble les "intrepides" Julie et Tom ` et leurs amis et contient des extraits d’episodes de la serie. Francais ` ` ¸ Langue Premiere K-7 0104 French ` 26 min

THE PAINTED DOOR
E00826 VH 26 min I 1984 Preview required. Based on the short story by Sinclair Ross, The Painted Door is a gripping story of love, regret, and death. John and Anne’s marriage began with love, high hopes, and a determination that hard work would make a success of their prairie farm. Over the years, hard work has become more and more the dominant factor in John’s life, draining the relationship and reducing Anne to a lonely existence. 0571 English 26 min English/Language Arts

PARASITISM (PARASITIC FLATWORMS)
000418 VH 17 min S 1967 This video traces the development of parasitic flatworms, showing several life-cycle stages that have rarely been photographed before, including blood flukes and tapeworms. The study defines and illustrates predation, mutualism and internal and external parasitism. Lung and liver flukes are also shown. 0585 English 17 min

THE PARTY’S OVER
000575 VH 20 min S 1995 FROM HERE TO DEMOCRACY SERIES - This video concentrates on the collapse of the Communist Party and the political economic implications. This is part of the Here to Democracy series which deals with the economic, and, to a lesser extent, political change experienced by the former U.S.S.R. since its break-up. 0104 English 20 min

PALETTE IN THE SHAPE OF A FISH (C. 5000 B.C.)
106735 RE IS In pit graves of pre-historic Egypt, slate palettes have been found from the Badarin period through the 3rd Dynasty. It appears they were used in daily life for pulverizing malachite, the basic ingredient of primitive eye paint. (18 cm) 0008 English

PARIS
L00062 VH 25 min IJS 1976 Versailles, Arc de Triomphe, fashion collections, Notre Dame, Montmartre, the Flea Market, Napoleon’s Tomb are all shown in this program. Entertaining as well as educational, it’s filled with the "feeling" of Paris, the character and daily life of its citizens. 0130 French 25 min Languages

THE PARTY’S OVER
104069 VH 30 min JS 1991 A very powerful and moving message about teenagers and drinking and driving. Based on actual Alberta statistics on drinking related charges and accidents. 0319 English 30 min

155 PAS DE DEUX
002168 VH 26 min IJ 2004 SERIE JE VIS TA VIE - Pasquale est un mordu du hockey et deteste le ballet. Nikita, de son cote, est un danseur accompli quui n’a jamais joue au hockey. Les deux jeunes se lancent bravement dans la discipline de l’autre, non sans un certain succes. Pasquale decouvre que le ballet fait appel a des aptitudes qu’il n’imaginait pas, et Nikita reussit a marquer un but des sa premiere partie de hockey. 0714 French 26 min of their innovative approach to form and content. 0189 English 57 min Art chief who led Hearne on a monumental trek into the Barren Lands; and of the arrogantly single-minded Alexander Mackenzie, whose dash to the Pacific made him one of the most celebrated men of his age. And it is the story of David Thompson, who did more than any other man to unlock the secrets of the West. The episode concludes as settlers on the prairies and gold miners in British Columbia both claim the West for themselves. Closed-captioned. 0189 English 60 min

PASSPORT TO ANTARCTICA
200221 DV 15 min I 2006 This 15 minute video is a presentation of how Antarctica landscape/icescape was formed. It also presents two scientists in Antarctica who both study the Earth’s crust/glaciers and who both find evidence to support two very different theories about the shape, temperature, and climate of Antarctica as it might have been millions of years ago. It is an interesting look at two earth scientists using technology, direct, and indirect evidence. 0414 English 15 min

PAS DE REPIT POUR MELANIE
105830 VH 92 min I 1990 Au cours d’un incroyalble ete, Melanie, aidee par Florence, se donnera comme mission d’apprivoiser une sorciere, de denouer l’enigme entourant la disparition d’un cochonnet. 0823 French 92 min

PATTERNS OF INHERITANCE : UNDERSTANDING GENETICS
000153 VH 30 min J 1992 Introduces the mechanics for passing genetic information from one generation to the next, using Mendel’s original pea experiments as examples. 0104 English 30 min

THE PATHFINDERS, 1670 TO 1850 (EPISODE 6A)
000980 VH 60 min IJS 2000 CANADA: A PEOPLE’S HISTORY SERIES - The opening of the Canadian West is a story of great fur-trading empires: the Aboriginal people who were their indispensable allies and collaborators; bold explorers and mapmakers. The scale is epic, covering centuries and the boundless territory from the Great Lakes to the Arctic Ocean and long-sought Pacific. It is a tale of renegades like Pierre Esprit Radisson who founded an English trading empire; of loyal soldiers like Pierre Gaultier de Varenne, sieur de la Vaerendrye, who spent a lifetime searching for the Sea and paid dearly for it: of Matonabbee,the tough Dene chief who led Hearne on a monumental trek into the Barren Lands; and of the arrogant single-minded Alexander Mackenzie, whose dash to the Pacific made him one of the most celebrated men of his age. And it is the story of David Thompson, who did more than any other man to unlock the secrets of the We st. The episode concludes assettlers on the prairies and gold miners in British Columbia both claim the West for themselves. Closedcaptioned. 0189 English 60 min

PASCAL IN SAINT ANNE DES MONTS (QUEBEC)
002088 VH 13 min PI 2004 I LOVE SCHOOL SERIES - Every child in the world has one thing in common: school! But, the similarity often stops there: there are as many different schools as there are countries in the world. Therefore, school is an ideal way of discovering a country, its lifestyle, its culture... 0414 French 13 min

PAUL EHRLICH AND THE POPULATION BOMB
101076 VH 47 min 1996 THE NATURE OF THINGS SERIES this is the story of one man’s struggle to alert humanity to the dangers of earth’s human population explosion before we breed ourselves into extinction. Awakened by the work of biologists like Rachel Carson, who first recognized the harm of pesticides like DDT, which were being hailed as the cure all for world hunger and disease, Erlich saw that nature is built of a series of interrelationships between living things and their environment. His ground breaking book, THE POPULATION BOMB, detonated a fierce controversy as it grimly warned us that current patterns of fertility and consumerism threaten to burst nature’s seams. This documentary hears from Ehrlich and his supporters as well as the economists and even left-wing social activists who dispute his theories. 0189 English 47 min

A PASSAGE TO INDIA (CC)
105963 VH 164 min S 1984 Feature film based on a book by E.M. Forster. This feature film set in British India of the 1920s is a faithful dramatization of Forster’s novel of the same name. Imperialistic Britain maintains its tenuous hold on the subcontinent but cracks in the rigid social order are beginning to appear. The action centres around an Indian male who is wrongly accused of raping an English woman. The stark contrast between the opulent lifestyles of the English and Indian populace is highlighted. English Literature 12 0104 English 164 min

PEANUTS (HERE’S HOW) CC
PSC028 VH 10 min P 1991 FROM THE HERE’S HOW SERIES - A brief history of the peanut is followed by a look at the many uses of peanuts and how peanut butter is manufactured. 0953 English 10 min Primary Science

PASSE-PASSE (CC)
106095 VH 26 min 1992 (Serie LES INTREPIDES) Dans cet ` episode, Sophie apprend que son pere ` ` est victime de chantage. Les "intrepides" font un tour de magie qui ` leur permet de demasquer le maˆtre` ı chanteur. Francais Langue Premiere ¸ ` K-7 0104 French 26 min

THE PATHFINDERS, 1670 TO 1850 (EPISODE 6B)
000981 VH 60 min IJS 2000 CANADA: A PEOPLE’S HISTORY SERIES - The opening of the Canadian West is a story of great fur-trading empires: the Aboriginal people who were their indispensable allies and collaborators; bold explorers and mapmakers. The scale is epic, covering centuries and the boundless territory from the Great Lakes to the Arctic Ocean and long-sought Pacific. It is a tale of renegades like Pierre Esprit Radisson, who founded an English trading empire; of loyal soldiers like Pierre Gaultier de Varennes, sieur de la Vaerendrye, who spent a lifetime searching for the Sea and paid dearly for it; of Matonabbee, the tough Dene

PEARL HARBOR TO HIROSHIMA
HI0316 VH 20 min SI 1980 TWENTIETH CENTURY HISTORY SERIES - Today, Japan’s temerity in going to war with the U.S.A., the world’s most powerful country, seems incredible. This program seeks to illustrate her reasons and their consequences during the war in the Far East. Certain events are referred to in another context in India -The Brightest

PASSIONATE CANADIANS: THE GROUP OF SEVEN, THE
A00285 VH 57 min 1977 This program opens in 1920 when the Group of Seven was formed, describing how, despite criticism from the press and other artists, they continued to fight for their ideals, and for the acceptance

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Jewel and One Man’s Revolution in this series. 0076 English 20 min History

PENGUINS
103522 VH A look at penguins in their natural habitat. English

PEAS IN A POD : THE CONTINUING SAGA OF GENETICS
013103 VH 29 min JSA 2002 Cracking the Code : The Continuing saga of genetics aka PEAS IN A POD is a film by Jack Micay featuring the music of Moxy Fruvous. Previewed by teachers who said it was a great video with the band dressed in mon’s clothing singing a rap about Gregor Mendel. Modern understanding about Mendel’s research and subsequent laws. Explanations are simple but thorough. Useful for Grades 9 to Adult in Biology, Genetics,Health, Science and History. 0612 English 29 min

Part 1 shows how Inuit families prepare for winter by hunting seal, birds, caribou and by fishing for Arctic Char during the extended hours of daylight. 0714 English 51:47 min

A PEOPLE IS BORN
000111 VH 60 min S 1984 HERITAGE : CIVILIZATION AND THE JEWS series - This video describes the rise of civilization in the Middle East and the change from pluralism in religion to monotheism. The video describes Mesopotamia, Sumer and ancient Egypt. It focuses on the rise of Israel and follows the Jewish people from exodus to exile in Babylon. Unusual video footage is used to enhance an understanding of the geographic areas and cultures of the time between 4,000 B.C. and 400 B.C. 0104 English 60 min

PEOPLE OF THE SEAL, PART 2: ESKIMO WINTER
000473 VH 51:39 min IJS 1971 Eskimo Winter shows how Inuit families gather in communities on the sea ice to harpoon seal as they come up through breathing holes in the ice. Also seen is the mid-winter season, a time of intense socializing in the communal igloo, with games, contests and ceremonial activities. This is the second of two co-productions by the British Broadcasting Corporation and the National Film Board of Canada. 0714 English 51:39 min

PEOPLE OF THE ICE PECOS BILL KING OF THE COWBOYS
105656 VH 50 min 1986 Shelley Duval’s Tall Tales and Legends. In Texas’ early days, Governor Peasely is determined to make the entire state quiet and boring. But he can’t stop Pecos Bill, who believes one should "grab life by the horns and get down in the dirt and wrassle with it. 0807 English 50 min 002090 VH 52 min IJS 2003 For over 4000 years, the Inuit have lived in harmony with their Arctic environment. In this frozen landscape, survival depends on a deep understanding of the natural world. Today, global warming threatens the very nature of their habitat. This video looks at climate change through the eyes of Inuit from several generations. 0414 English 52 min

THE PEOPLE’S HISTORY OF THE WEST
For descriptions see individual titles: CANADA STRIKES OIL : LEDUC, ALBERTA, 1947 [000847] ON STRIKE : THE WINNIPEG GENERAL STRIKE, 1919 [000846] RUSH FOR GOLD [000875]

PERCENTAGES: THAT MAKES SENSE
001691 VH 22 min IJ 2001 Percentages are one of the most widely used forms of representing data in economics, industry, and everyday life. Therefore, the ability to use percentages is one of the key skills necessary for everybody. All students should be taught to understand formulas containing percentages, to convert fractions and decimals into percentages, to find quantities equal to given percentages, etc. 0585 English 22 min

PEEP AND THE BIG WIDE WORLD
105455 VH 35 min KP 1988 An animated video divided into three parts and designed for use by preschoolers. This delightful series features strongly defined characters and an unhurried pace. All three films concentrate on the adventures of Peep, a newly-hatched chick and her two birdfriends. 0714 English 35 min

PEOPLE OF THE LONGHOUSE
107296 VH 14 min 1993 The Iroquoians were the only Indians in Canada who extensively farmed and lived in large permanent villages. This video studies their rich history and society before the arrival of the Europeans. 0066 English 14 min

PEOPLE OF THE RAINFOREST (CC)
102932 VH 25 min 1996 RAINFOREST FOR CHILDREN SERIES - This program introduces students to the diverse lifestyles of people living in the tropical rainforests of Costa Rica, Brazil, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, and Indonesia. Children will learn about the customs, skills and medicines of the people who live there, how they survive in the rainforest, their spiritual beliefs and their unique arts and music. 0868 English 25 min

PEGASUS
100216 VH 25 min KPI 1990 Celebrated actress and film star MIA FARROW narrates this enchanting story of the magical winged horse Pegasus. Adapted by award-winning children’s author Doris Orgel from the classic Greek myth. 0552 English 25 min

PERFORMING ARTS: BALLET CHOREOGRAPHERS AND DANCERS
002200 VH 24 min IJS 2004 A Canadian ballet choreographer guides us between scenes to explore the processes, skills, emotions, relationships between dancers and actors and production crew. Through a series of interviews and candid reflections, the viewer is left to examine the social challenges faced by male ballet dancers, the hard work and lifestyle of professional dancers, and the involvement of offstage personnel. This video would be useful in various Fine Arts courses (dance, drama and possible Visual Arts). 0167 English 24 min

PENCIL DRAWING WITH GAIL PRICE
000090 VH 22 min JS 1993 ART IS ... series - This video introduces various drawing materials and techniques to teach students the rudiments of drawing. It begins with an introduction to line and continues through an exploration of techniques to develop form. Concepts are clearly and logically introduced. 0104 English 22 min

PEOPLE OF THE SEAL, PART 1: ESKIMO SUMMER
000470 VH 51:47 min IJ 1971 Eskimo Summer is compiled from some of the most vivid footage ever filmed of the life of the Netsilik Inuit in the Pelly Bay region of the Canadian Arctic. Provides insight and understanding of a culture now almost vanished, as they show the incredible resourcefulness of the Netsilik (People of the Seal) who have adapted to one of the world’s harshest environments.

A PERFORMING ARTS SHOWCASE
105203 VH PA Student presentations in music and dance in North Vancouver elementary and secondary schools. English

157 PERILOUS GATEWAY:THE CONQUEST OF THE FRASER CANYO
107414 VH 24 min IS 1989 Documents the development of a viable transportation route through the treacherous Fraser River Canyon in British Columbia using historical paintings, archival stills, and reenactments tied together with live shots. 0569 English 24 min

PERSUASION
000999 VH 29 min JS 2001 ENGLISH COMPOSTION: WRITING FOR AN AUDIENCE SERIES - A video about persuasive writing, discussed by composition teachers, political activists, journalists, advertising executives, and others. Closed captioned. 0574 English 29 min

arts or math class, or as a helpful tool in an interdisciplinary study. 0274 English 43 min

PHILIP HALL LIKES ME. I RECKON MAY BE
105622 VH 28 min I 1986 Based on the Newbery Honor book by Bette Greene. Eleven-year old Beth Lambert thinks Philip Hall is the cutest boy in school and the best at everything. Then she figures it out watch! 0058 English 28 min

PERUVIAN REPLICAS
000836 RE ONE BOX OF PERUVIAN REPLICAS to include 15 items: 1. Group of SIx Peruvian People, 2. Llama, 3. Small Gourd, 4. Large Gourd, 5. Two Wall Hangings of Peruvian Woman with Fish, 6. Pottery Llama, 7. Peruvian Man Eating a Gourd, 8. Bird, 9. Mask #1, 10. Mask #2, 11. Mask #3, 12. Small Woven Basket, 13. Bone Man (children’s toy with jointed arms and legs), 14. Dog English

THE PERIPHERAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
103815 16 19 min S Deals with topics such as reflex action, the components of the spinal reflex arc and the nature of the nerve impulse. 0350 English 19 min

PHOQUES DU GROENLAND, LES
103675 VH 18 min I 1993 Bref historique de la chasse commerciale aux phoques aux ˆles-deı la-Madeleine jusqu’a son abandon en ` 1986. Depuis, seule la chasse artisanale est pratiquee et le tourisme ` d’observation des phoques et des blanchons est ne, a la saison de la ` ` mise a bas. Le troupeau est en forte ` croissance et le phoque se nourrit de poissions, ce qui peut avoir une incidence sur la plche commerciale. 0909 French 18 min

PERSEUS
100209 VH 20 min Animated Greek myth 0983 20 min PJ English

PETER AND THE WOLF (CC)
A00242 VH 14 min I A visual and musical interpretation of Serge Prokofieff’s famous orchestral fable. Each character in the story is represented by a different musical instrument and distinct musical theme. 0571 English 14 min Art

PERSON TO PERSON IMPROVING COMMUNICATIONS WITH
101021 VH 10 min IS 1992 This video contributes to the increased awareness of people who have disabilities and to improve this area of communication. Jim Byrnes is the narrator of this cooperatively developed video. 0769 English 10 min

PHOTOGRAPHING PEOPLE
104959 VH JS English

PETIT PRINCE, LE
106028 VH 28 min JS 1993 Livrofolie" serie. Antoine de Saint` Exupery. Theme L’amitie. 0665 ` ` ` French 28 min

PHYSICAL OCEANOGRAPHY
102531 VH 18 min JS 1992 EARTH SCIENCE VIDEO LIBRARY. This program explores the oceans, from the biologically diverse continental shelves to the depths of the abyssal plains. Live action footage of deep diving submersibles provide a fascinating glimpse into the mysterious world of the ocean bottom. Highlights from recent scientific cruises emphasize the relationship between the oceans, the atmosphere and the earth’s crust. This video also examines the ocean’s rich bounty of mineral resources and the growing impact of human activities such as oil spills and global warming. 0599 English 18 min

GR.7 CAPP NUTRITION KIT: PERSONAL CHOICES AFFECT
019204 KT I 2001 With ’Personal Choices Affect Ourselves And Our Environment, students will evaluate personal eating habits and their attitudes that promote health. They will explore how personal food choices relate to the environment, the economy and society. Contents include: World Food Day Kit binder, Grow BC book, Agriculture in the Classroom resources, and Soil Secrets binder, one video: Bill Nye The Science Guy Nutrition - 30 min. 0755 English

PETS AND THEIR WILD RELATIVES (EXPLORING THE ANI
104500 VH 15 min KP 1989 EXPLORING THE ANIMAL KINGDOM SERIES - Compares familiar pets, including dogs, cats, goldfish, mice, and birds, with their relatives in the wild, and shows some of the survival skills pets have inherited from their wild relatives. 0689 English 15 min

LE PEUPLE DES TOTEMS
200297 VH 14 min I 1998 Tripper Fieldig and Bonnie take the Voyageurs to the Royal British Columbia Museum in Victoria. Viewers learn about the Northwest Coast Indians and their way of life, including tool-making and carving totem poles. From the VOYAGEURS series. 0414 French 14 min

PHYSICAL SCIENCE FOR CHILDREN
For descriptions see individual titles: ALL ABOUT SOLIDS, LIQUIDS & GASES [001721]

A PERSONAL VIEW : THE ART OF THE ESSAY
000142 VH 30 min S 1992 LITERARY VISIONS series - This 30minute video traces the development of the formal essay and the impact of print technology. The purposes and forms of personal, expository, and argumentative essays, as well as the political implications of these essays, are addrressed. Examples dramatize and illustrate concepts. 0104 English 30 min

PHYSICAL SCIENCE I
102024 VH 36 min IJ 1994 BILL NYE : THE SCIENCE GUY SERIES - Bill Nye, "mad scientist" uses wacky humour and interesting experiments to demonstrate basic physical science principles: 1) Phases of Matter, 2) Electricity, 3) Magnetism Light and Colour and 4) Sound. 0574 English 36 min

PHANTOM TOLLBOOTH
105727 VH 43 min I 1993 Recreates Norton Juster’s fanciful tale of a bored little boy and his journey towards knowledge and discovery in the Kingdom of Wisdom. The activities would be appropriate in any upper elementary or middle school language

158 PHYSICAL SCIENCE II
102025 VH 36 min IJ 1994 BILL NYE : THE SCIENCE GUY SERIES - Bill Nye cavorts through further demonstrations of basic science principles. Children do simple experiments to demonstrate: 1) Flight, 2) Bouyance, 3) Gravity, 4) Simple Machines and 5) Structure. 0574 English 36 min

PICTURING A PEOPLE: GEORGE JOHNSTON,TLINGIT PHOTOGRAPHER
000290 VH 50 min JS 1997 A unique portrait of a man who was himself a creator of portraits and a keeper of his culture. His photos, which record a critical period for the Tlingit nation, lovingly portray a sense of history and a zest for life. As director Carol Geddes, a clan relative of Johnston’s says, his legacy "was to help us dream the future as much as to remember the past." 0714 English 50 min

PILOTS AND ASTRONAUTS
104392 VH 28 min I This video shows the development of flight leading up to the Space Shuttle program. It consists of actual footage of historical flight and the Apollo and Space Shuttle missions. . 0104 English 28 min

PINOCCHIO (CC)
101606 VH 59 min PIJSA 1983 FAERIE TALE THEATRE SERIES Featuring intricate production design that brings to mind 19th Century Italian folk art, this lovely and loving production of Pinocchio is one of the best ever. Closed Captioned for the Hearing Impaired. 0807 English 59 min

PHYSICS 12 SERIES
For descriptions see individual titles: SERIES AND PARALLEL CIRCUITS [PH0581]

PHYSICS OF MOTION: SPEED, VELOCITY & ACCELERATION
102364 VH 23 min S 1993 A study of the movement of large bodies and the scientific description of the motion. Shows apparatus for recording motion eg. strobe photography, movie film, etc., and illustrates uniform and non-uniform linear movements. 0267 English 23 min

THE PIED PIPER OF HAMELIN (CC)
101599 VH 49 min PI 1987 FAERIE TALE THEATRE SERIES - A promise made should be a promise kept. That’s the premise of Robert Browning’s famous poem upon which this unique Faerie Tale Theatre is based. Closed Captioned for the Hearing Impaired. 0807 English 49 min

PIONEER QUEST: A YEAR IN THE REAL WEST
002136 VH 120 min PIJS 2001 This two-hour edition of Pioneer Quest has been adapted from the original specifically for school audiences. Both content and length are suitable for all classroom environments. The video is divided into four episodes: Episode 1: Working the Land; Episode 2: Building a Home; Episode 3: Winter comes Early; Episode 4: Only 79 days til Spring. Live through the experiences of 2 couples as they spend a year transforming a piece of land into a homestead without using a single modern-day implement. 0796 English 120 min

PIERRE LEFEVRE ON ACTING PHYSICS OF MUSIC: NATURE OF VIBRATIONS
105047 VH 34 min 0267 English S 34 min 1992 105182 VH 38 min I 1992 An English/French bilingual interview with master teacher and actor, Pierre Lefevre, with many scenes modeled by students at the National Theatre School of Canada. Neutral and character masks are used in improvisation, emphasizing body movement and voice characterization. Discussions follow the demonstrations by students. and IRP006 0104 French 38 min

PICASSO – A PAINTER’S DIARY
A00133 VH 90 min 1978 Picasso -A Painter’s Diary provides viewers with an opportunity to discover for themselves the personal reality of a genius. It is a tantalizing glimpse into the life and soul of the man whose vision has so profoundly affected our perception of reality. Picasso said, "Art is a lie that makes us realize the truth."Picasso -A Painter’s Diary looks at the lie in order to see the truth and thus gains a better understanding of the meaning and function of art in our lives. 0464 English 90 min Art

PIONEER TRAILS, INDIAN LORE & BIRD LIFE OF THE PL
107583 VH 14 min IS 1990 VANISHING PRAIRIE SERIES Shows the wagon trails made by pioneers, explains the origins of Indian dance forms and describes the types of bird life on the prairie. Same as 973 MP 004. 0574 English 14 min

THE PIGGY IN THE PUDDLE (CC)
105752 VH 29 min I 1992 READING RAINBOW SERIES - This video provides a behind the scenes look at how a book is brought to life through the art of clay animation. It follows the standard "Reading Rainbow" series format: an introduction to the story with live footage; the story; concept development with further live footage; and related book reviews by children. English Language Arts K-7 0104 English 29 min

THE PIONEER WOMEN
107478 VH 28 min IJ 1992 Examines the role played by women and to a lesser extent, children, from Quebec to the Canadian West during the period from 1770 to 1850. Mixed with the information of lifestyles and hardships faced are the stories of such woman as Susanna Moodie, Elizabeth Simcoe and Laura Secord. 0066 English 28 min

PICASSO: WAR, PEACE, LOVE
104910 VH 51 min JA 1986 MUSEUM WITHOUT WALLS SERIES - A study of his major works and a tour of the artist’s studio near Cannes, conducted by Picasso himself. 0535 English 51 min

THE PILL
000616 VH 45 min JS 1999 The birth control pill has been described as the most powerful, most widely used drug ever developed in history. Conceived as a solution to the population explosion, it was a touchstone for the sexual liberation of the’60s. But to what extent was medical science willing to risk lives? A fascinating documentary that offers a look at the hidden history of the oral contraceptive. 0714 English 45 min

PIONEERING IN LOWER CANADA
107551 VH 17 min I 1992 Studies Lower Canada and the daily lifestyles of its citizens. This title is of particular value for French Immersion . Similar presentation to 971 VR 526 Pioneering in Upper Canada. 0066 English 17 min

THE PICKWICK PAPERS
105989 VH 109 min IA 1952 Dickens’ characters set off on a crosscountry journey and wind up entangled in a comedy of errors. 0963 English 109 min

159 PIONEERING IN UPPER CANADA
107550 VH 15 min IJ 1992 Describes in detail everything from transportation and house construction to farming, industry and day to day lifestyles. Depicted through a blend of original photographs, illustrations and modern recreations, it is a good mix of still and motion videography. 0066 English 15 min

PLANETE TERRE
For descriptions see individual titles: LES FORETS SAISONNIERES [001040]

PLANT OR ANIMAL?
103263 VH 15 min KPIJS 1986 This video shows the major differences between plants and animals and reveals how each is nourished, responds to the environment, and reproduces. 0689 English 15 min

LES PLANETES EXTERIEURS
102224 VH 11 min PJ 1986 Les photos recues du Voyager 2 sont ¸ tout se dont nous disposons actuellement pour etudier en detail ` ` Uranus, ses anneaux et ses satellites. Et nous devrons nous en contenter pour encore longtemps. 0772 French 11 min

PLANTS AND THEIR IMPORTANCE
000708 VH 13 min P 1999 Students see and learn how plants are the basis of food chains and how they are capable of making their own food. Shows different species of plants and identifies...how different plants are used for food, oxygen, clothing, and building materials. 0929 English 13 min

PIQUERIE SUPERVISEE A VANCOUVER
002162 VH 21:07 min JS 2004 Au coeur de Vancouver, un quartier s’est tranforme en piquerie a ciel ouvert. Pour contrer la proliferation des problemes de drogue dans les rues de la ville, les autorites municipales ont ouvert un centre d’injections superervise. Une premiere au pays, qui souleve la controverse. controverse. French 21:07 min

LES PLANETES PROCHES
102221 VH 11 min PI 1989 Presente les quatre planetes proches: ` ` Mercure, Venus, Terre et Mars, et ` demontre leurs positions relatives dans ` le systeme solaire. Fais un examen ` detaille de chaque planete (sauf de la ` ` ` Terre), qui les revele tres differentes les ` ` ` ` unes des autres. 0772 French 11 min

PLANTS ARE DIFFERENT AND ALIKE (2ND EDITION) (CC)
PSC004 VH 12 min P 1990 This program introduces students to the similarities and differences among a variety of plants. Roots, stems and leaves are identified as the three main parts of green plants. Students learn that green plants make their own food using water, air, and light energy. The video compares how some plants make seeds in cones while others make seeds in fruits. Plant reactions to seasonal changes are briefly discussed. Closed Captioned for the Hearing Impaired. 0296 English 12 min Primary Science

PITFALLS : SMOKING PREVENTION FOR GRADES 4-7
104095 VH 21 min I 1996 Deals with issues of student smoking and also illustrates how to safely leave a vehicle that is touching a live electrical wire. Schools do not want to condone smoking by providing a designated smoking area, but when a school does not have a smoking "pit" students can be exposed to the additional danger of drug pushers as they skip school to smoke at local malls or hangouts. 0531 English 21 min

PLANETS: NEW DISCOVERIES
102534 VH 18 min JS 1992 EARTH SCIENCE VIDEO LIBRARY. The newest generation of high-tech space probes provides up to the minute information about the Earth’s celestial neighbors. Dazzling animated sequences and recent Voyager, Magellan and Galileo imagery create an exciting visual experience. 0599 English 18 min

PLANTS; FORESTS
013999 VH 50 min IJ 2000 BILL NYE : THE SCIENCE GUY SERIES - Plants: Science guy Bill Nye branches out and gets to the root of the matter to explain wild things about plants such as, how they breathe, make food, defend themselves and move their seeds around. Forest: Follow Bill Nye out on a limb when he goes swinging though the trees in Washington, Florida, Texas and California to bring viewers closer to the tallest and possible the oldest living things in the world. 0574 English 50 min

PLACES, PLEASE! BUILDING A HIGH SCHOOL THEATRE D
105181 VH 58 min JS 1991 Looks at educational theater at a high school, interpersing production segments in rehearsal and performance with teacher, student and audience interviews. 0380 English 58 min

PLANT ADAPTATION
000800 VH 30 min IJS 1995 This fascinating programme looks at how plants adapt to survive. Adaptation can be defined as "Any feature or behaviour of a plant or animal that help it to survive and reproduce in a particular environment." Most plant adaptations are structural or functional. Chan