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Les explosifs

2001 1 min
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Pourquoi les vaches sont-elles explosives?

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Les explosifs


Pourquoi les vaches sont-elles explosives?
  • direction
    Sylvain Charbonneau
  • animation
    Michel Breton
  • producer
    Marc Bertrand
  • script
    Sylvain Charbonneau
  • None
    Sylvain Charbonneau
    Denis Larochelle
  • music
    Denis Larochelle
  • editing
    José Heppell
  • narration
    Jean-Guy Moreau
  • digital imaging
    Dominic Tremblay

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Ages 10 to 11
School subjects
Teacher asks students to: - study the works of Alfred Bernhard Nobel, the inventor of dynamite; - list various situations in which pyrotechnics are used (e.g., fireworks, rockets, demolition and excavation, munitions, building roads and railroads, setting off avalanches, inflating airbags, mining industry) and discuss how important the discovery was; - view excerpts of films, selected by the teacher, demonstrating the applications of pyrotechnics in the film industry.
Les explosifs
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