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Scott Of The Antarctic

90 Degrees South

90 Degrees South (1933) is a documentary comprised of footage shot by Herbert Ponting during the British Antarctic Expedition 1910-1912 led by Robert Falcon Scott.

The brave men have written letters home to describe the journey, the sights and sounds of the Antarctic.

The brave men have written letters home to describe the journey, the sights and sounds of the Antarctic. 1

Poetry

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We have written verses for a class 'verb poem' to show all of the different jobs done by different men at base camp during the race to the South Pole.

The busy cook... Thomas Clissold

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We have layered how we say the verse to give it a different sound and feel. It makes the busy cook sound even busier!

Race to the South Pole: Terra Nova Expedition Documentary

This is a non-fiction film about the expedition

Scott reaches the South Pole

From the movie - Scott of the Antarctic 1948. This is a drama about the expedition and the parts are played by actors.

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