World of Our Own: Kentucky Folkways

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  • Take a walk down The Moonlit Road if you want to read or listen to interesting folktales presented at a state-of-the-art Website. Producer Craig Dominey and his team have taken a simple concept and created a quality contribution to the Web community. Beginning with compelling stories of the American South, then adding RealAudio versions read by celebrated stoytellers and appealing graphics, The Moonlit Road can be a satisfying detour for young children and lifelong learners alike.

  • Using Oral History Lesson Overview is a lesson plan for students conducting oral history interviews. Students learn about previous oral histories and how to go about conducting interviews. The site offers materials for both students and teachers. (LOC)



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