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Kay Wilkins has done her neighbors, state, and region proud for her educational endeavors and the perpetuation of Appalachian cultural traditions. Wilkins served as a teacher in the Avery County public schools for thirty-five years, and in 1948 formed the Cranberry High School Folk Dance Team in order to revive a dying from of recreation. Her clogging and dance teams have won local, regional, and national folk dance awards.
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16341
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The purpose of Sea Chest is to involve the young people of Cape Hatteras School in the documentation and preservation of the history and culture of Hatteras Island and the North Carolina coastal area. Using tape recorders and cameras to conduct interviews with the older members of the community, the students are able to document the wisdom and capture the essence of their cultural heritage as well as obtain a wide range of skills.
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16342
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Horton and Moser provide a bibliography of folklore books and media on North Carolina folklore. This list includes reference books, books for primary and secondary schools, and books of special and local interest.
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35785
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An interview with a teacher involved with the Foxfire Music Program, which is a student run organization that includes projects such as video-taping, photography, environmental studies, and journalism.
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35781
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By attempting to quell misconceptions about folklore, the authors hope to introduce the study of folklore into the classroom.
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35782
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The author highlights the reasons and opportunities that can be provided by teaching folklore in the classroom.
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35788
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A story about how Jack was taken in by a cat, which was under a witch’s spell.
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