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Recycler le papier?

1999 4 min
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Court métrage documentaire de la série Comment fait-on pour…, qui explique ce qui arrive au papier que l'on dépose dans nos boîtes de recyclage. Film sans paroles.

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    Découvrez ces films instructifs de la série Comment fait-on pour..., qui nous démontrent comment sont faits les simples choses de la vie quotidienne : les clôtures, les croustilles, le chocolat, la monnaie, etc.

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Court métrage documentaire de la série Comment fait-on pour…, qui explique ce qui arrive au papier que l'on dépose dans nos boîtes de recyclage. Film sans paroles.
  • direction
    Winston Washington Moxam
  • camera
    Owen Jin
  • location sound
    Greg Nosaty
    Saul Henteleff
    C. Dwayne Crowe
  • editing
    Greg Nosaty
  • sound editor
    Saul Henteleff
  • online editing
    Tony Wytinck
  • sound mixer
    Bruce Little
  • production assistant
    Rolande Petit
    Melanie Coad
  • series conceived by
    Don White
  • production supervisor
    Scott Collins
  • program administrator
    Cyndi Forcand
  • producer
    Jennifer Torrance
  • executive producer
    Svend-Erik Eriksen

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Ages 9 to 14
Pre-screening: Discuss how machines have been developed to make our lives easier. Have students discuss the part of the paper-making process they found most intriguing. Have students comment on the reasons why we need to recycle paper. Have students suggest some products they would like to know more about, in terms of how they are made.
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