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The West 
Virginia Classroom

 

e-WV: The West Virginia Encyclopedia is a valuable reference resource. With 2,300 articles and thousands of photos, maps, and other illustrations, e-WV has the answers to nearly any question about the Mountain State. This e-WV Classroom section offers a selection of lesson plans designed by West Virginia teachers on a variety of topics. e-WV Classroom also directs students to useful articles and interactive quizzes.

e-WV has a number of other features that are valuable in the classroom:

  • Interactive Maps that display aspects of the state during different time periods
  • Portfolios where teachers and students can store items from e-WV
  • Forums where teachers, students and anyone with a free account can discuss anything of interest

 

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The Grave Creek Mound at Moundsville is a product of
this prehistoric culture.

Teaching West Virginia Studies

e-WV: The West Virginia Encyclopedia offers a selection of lesson plans designed by West Virginia teachers on a variety of topics. Plans are available for eighth grade and elementary students and make use of the resources found in e-WV. Try our featured lesson plans below, or click here to view the full selection of plans.

 

For eighth grade

 


Explorers of Western Virginia

 

For elementary:

 


Music by Mountaineers

 

 

Do you have questions or comments about the West Virginia Classoom? Please email Mike Keller at keller@wvhumanities.org.

 

Reviewed by the National History Education Clearinghouse

 

Quizzes

Test your knowledge about West Virginia

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What is the official West Virginia state bird?

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