This is a full length forty-two minute film.
Interviews with native Inuits in which they convey their impression of climate change impact on their native lands, culture and means of subsistence.
To provide primary research material for anyone investigating climate change in the Arctic from an indigenous perspective.
ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION AND TEACHING MATERIALS
Watch >> Inuit Observations on Climate Change
TEACHING NOTES / CONTEXT FOR USE
This video may function as a field of primary research in any classroom scenario. It lends itself as a means of the instructor being able to evaluate how well her students interpret first hand narratives. This particulary provided a good vehicle for an instructor to evaluate how aware students are of their own bias at play in their research.
Peer reviews. Group projects. Self reflection. Interpretation.
REFERENCES AND RESOURCES
Names and contact information of people interviewed is provided.
A documentary featuring a series of ethographic interviews that reveals the Inuit peoples observations of climate change in the Arctic.