Natural Science Activities
These lessons incorporate audio-video oral histories of Illinois agriculture into activities about animals, plants, and soils, each in its own book section.
The lesson below deals with soil science in 30 one-page activities from Purdue University. Also find and watch ISM interview clips of Ed Runge as he talks about soil types for agriculture and the origins of Illinois topsoils.
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This section of the Website gives guidance on how to interview someone.
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With the inception of audio recording, Oral History has regained its place of prominence in the Historical community.
A transcriber will listen to an interview and type it word for word.