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- Describes a typical day in the life of a student, Carmelita. Shows her preparing for school and pictures her among other students in Spanish class. Demonstrates what happens when a student is late to class and the agony and shame involved in getting excused. Spanish language narration.
- Main contributors:
- Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Indiana University. Audio-Visual Center
- Shows Chilean mountains, deserts, glaciers, mines, ports, pastoral areas, and an estate in the agricultural Central Valley. Here the role of the estate is seen in relation to the visiting owner and his family, the farming population, and Chilean agriculture generally. On the family's return to Santiago, varied aspects of Chile's capital city are featured. Includes some Spanish dialogue.
- Shows how the Indians in the Mayo village off Ubalama live, how they make and use ollas, and how they trade them for the necessities of life. Explains why primitive industry of making ollas has retained its importance in modern times.