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Musical Legacy of Appalachia: Using Ballads to Teach Poetry
Register to join Teaching with Primary Sources @ Mars Hill University in conjunction with the Ramsey Center for Regional Studies as we explore the history of ballad performances in the Appalachian Mountains. The information gathered from local archives along with primary sources from the Library of Congress will be used to build strategies for teaching poetry and Appalachian history to students of all ages. Priority will be given to ELA, music teachers, and librarians; although, all are welcome! Summer Institute will take place on the Mars Hill University Campus beginning June 25th and ending on June 29th.. Breakfast and lunch will be provided each day free of charge. Dinner will be at participants expense. Housing will be provided for $25 per night, and will be available on Sunday night prior to Summer Institute with checkout being the afternoon of June 29th. After registration email is received participant will need to mail a check for $125 to stay five nights in on-campus housing or $100 to stay four nights in on-campus housing to:
Teaching with Primary Sources #6684
Mars Hill University
PO Box 370
Mars Hill, NC 28754
Class will begin at 9:30 on Monday, June 25th. If you plan to provide your own accommodations, then there is no registration fee.
Participants will receive a certification of completion for 40 content hours. This certificate should be eligible for 4 CEUs in most school systems.
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