Never Cry Wolf, part 4

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					                                                      Part 4
                                               NEVER CRY WOLF
                                               A Carroll Ballard Film

                                               Chapter 6: Company
                                              Chapter 7: Feel Wonder)
                                                [53.26 to 1:18:19]

         Part 4 starts with the wolf pups near the den. Part 4 ends after Ootek sitting inside a
         circle of rock beats his drum, and we then see a snow peak in the distance of the
         tundra.

After watching Part 4 of this movie, you will do the following:
   A. study vocabulary
   B. prepare notes for two topics – select topic 1 and topic 3, or select topic 2 and topic 3
   C. write a short composition from your notes about each topic

Topic 1:           Ootek's life and feelings
Topic 2:           Mike's life and feelings
Topic 3:           The creation myth of the tuktu and the amarok (OR) A different creation story
                   (Include -- What is the story about and what does the story tells us about real life?)

                                   (See course web site for more information.)



                          The Creation of the Tuktu and the Amarok
                                                   Inuit Folk Tale

                     There was nothing in the world except for a man and a
                     woman. The woman came to a hole in the ice. She
                     reached in and felt something, and so she pulled it out. It
                     was a tuktu, which is the caribou. It was this animal that
                     the Inuit needed for their food and clothing.

                     For many years there were so many caribou that the
                     people called them lice, but soon the hunting killed off all
                     the fat, healthy animals. The only ones left over were the
                     sick ones. Soon they began to breed and multiply, and the
                     herd got weak and sick.

                     So the people came back to the woman to ask her what to
                     do. She went back to the hole in the ice because she
                     needed a tool to cut the sickness out of the herd, and the
                     amarok was born. The wolves hunted the caribou and they
                     killed off all the weak, sick ones. The people had all the
                     caribou that they needed.




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                                                Never Cry Wolf
                                               Vocabulary: Part 4

adopted v(T) accepted into a family and raised                 lice n(C) parasites that live in the hair of humans
    as a child of that family                                       and the fur of animals
alpha n(C) leader; first in order of importance                multiply v(I) increase in number
amarok (Inuit language) N wolf                                 offspring n(U) children; babies
apparently adv. probably                                       once adv. long ago
asserting v(T) insisting on; demanding                         once conj. When
assertions n(C) actions to prove (his own)                     orphans n(C) children whose parents are dead
    beliefs                                                    outsider n(C) someone who is not accepted as a
attuned adj. aware of                                               member of a group
bassoon n(C) a musical instrument that is a                    pack n(C) group of wolves
    type of horn                                               parasites n(C) tiny animals that live on and eat
bound adj. almost sure (to happen)                                  on larger animals
breed v(I) have sex to have babies                             particular adj. special
broke camp v(idiom) took down and packed                       pelt n(C) fur; skin of an animal
    up their camping supplies                                  protection n(U) shelter; safe cover
capture v(T) describe                                          recognize v(T) accept or admit that something is
carnivore n(C) meat-eating animal                                   true
challenged adj. seriously in danger of losing                  reluctant adj. hesitating; uncertain
challenges n(C) contests; fights                               rifle n(C) long gun used for hunting
clamp n(C) tool for holding things together                    scat n(U) wolf droppings; bowel movements
conducting v(T) doing                                          senses n(C) sight, hearing, touch, taste, and
deeply adv. very                                                    smell
detached adj. not together with other people                   settled v(I) started living
devoured v(T) took over; swallowed up                          signs n(C) information from movements, sights,
dominant adj. most powerful; leading; top                           sounds, smells, tastes
endurance n(U) ability to work a long time                     spirit n(U) life force within human beings; soul
    without getting tired and giving up                        sustained v(T) helped (someone) to stay alive;
envy v(T) am jealous of; wish to be like                            was the food for
expectations n(C) goals to accomplish; things                  symbolic adj. important but not having any real
    expected to happen                                              effect
experiment n(C) scientific test to learn what                  syringe n(C) a tool used to put fluids in or take
    will happen                                                     fluids out of the body
exposed adj. shown; visible                                    traditionally adv. in this culture
fleetingly adv. passing quickly                                translates v(I) interprets; changes from one
herd n(C) group of animals living together                          language to another
impatience n(U) inability to wait for                          trek n(C) long trip; journey
    something to happen; not able to do things                 triplicate forms n(phrase) three exact copies of
    without complaining                                             papers with spaces to write information
Inuit N the group of people native to the                      tuktu (Inuit language) N caribou
    Pacific Northwest Arctic                                   tundra n(U) treeless area of the arctic where
investigate v(I) find out what is happening                         the earth is always frozen
isolated adj. alone                                            universe n(C) world
journal n(C) written record; diary                             whether conj. if (if something is or is not
kabloona (Inuit language) N white person                            possible)
lenses n(C) curved glass which makes things                    wonder n(U) a feeling of surprise and respect
    look clear                                                      for something very beautiful or new




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