Edutainment: Canadian Law

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A beaver explains how a Canadian law is made, but dumbed down enough for a six-year-old.
I did this a few months ago for my law class, I'd entirely forgotten about it until I found it lying in my flash folder five minutes ago.
Yes, the audio is very shaky, but that's what happens when you record stuff at 4:00 am without sleeping for the past 72 hours ;)

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This was interesting i like the character you had, as for the flash it was interesting, not sure how its done in canada but this was some insight on it heh, you could add some better backrounds as the white ones seemed abit bland.

Add some backrounds something with color and such.

Interesting, could use more visuals though anyways nice job, keep it up.


Good informative flash.

Assuming all the information shown is correct, that was very informative and well organized. I've never seen a flash that wasn't for entertainment that I could actually watch, but it was straight to the point but still provided enough information to answer any questions. Good Stuff.

very nice and informative

there definitely needs to be an educational section on NG, this would fit right in. I learned how a law is made in Canada, thanks to your simple explanation and visual aids. What I would suggest is to get rid of the static, which can be done by downloading a program called Audacity, and use the noise removal tool on the speech. This will make it crisp and clean.

Pretty sweet.

I, being a canadian myself, andhacing an interest in law, am quite impressed. The only areas you lack are sound and violence. You don't need violence in an informative film about law, thuogh.

Lets focus on voices. The voices were a little shakie, and amateur. You need to work on sound, that's the only way your getting "all my 5 r belong 2 'dis".
I am impressed.


I was just taking a break from studying for my upcoming (U.S.) constitutional law exam, and received a little comparitive study from an unexpected source. A+.

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2.09 / 5.00

May 4, 2006
2:47 AM EDT