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Le miroir

2001 1 min
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Pourquoi le miroir est-il un objet qui réfléchit?

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Le miroir

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Pourquoi le miroir est-il un objet qui réfléchit?
  • script
    Sylvain Charbonneau
  • direction
    Sylvain Charbonneau
  • music
    Denis Larochelle
  • None
    Denis Larochelle
    Pierre Plouffe
    Marc Bertrand
  • editing
    José Heppell
  • narration
    Daniel Picard
  • art direction
    Sylvain Marotte
  • animation
    Sylvain Marotte
  • scientific consultant
    Stéphane Durand
  • technical coordination
    Andrée Delagrave

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Education

Ages 10 to 11
School subjects
Teacher asks students to: - arrange a pair of mirrors so that they can see into the hallway outside the classroom; - look at their reflections in concave and convex mirrors (e.g., the front and back of a spoon) and observe other optical illusions; - give a presentation on natural sites and objects that behave like mirrors (Uyuni Desert, a lake, a screen, a window); - write words backwards to be able to read them the right way round in a mirror.