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e-WV Classroom Page
Shows how information in the electronic version of the West Virginia Encyclopedia can be used by educators.
Labor History Links for Teachers
Lesson plans and helpful links for K-12 through college.
West Virginia Archives and History Teacher Resource Page
Archives and History has compiled lesson plans and exercises, a history center, trivia, quizzes and this day in West Virginia on this site. There is also a link to the online exhibits going on at the Archives.
West Virginia Labor History Curriculum
Designed as a free standing unit and originally conceived for eighth graders, this curriculum is easily adapted to all classroom settings and levels. Each lesson includes historical background, objectives, a lesson plan, articles or worksheets, and activities. The West Virginia Labor History curriculum was produced as an educational resource by the West Virginia Humanities Council. For more information on Humanities Council grants and programs visit www.wvhumanities.org or call (304)346-8500.
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