A new feature of e-WV: The West Virginia Encyclopedia provides teachers with innovative ways to use the powerful online resource. The e-WV Classroom includes 18 lesson plans for eighth grade that were developed by teachers from several counties, working under the direction of curriculum specialist Margaret Miller. The plans address a variety of topics, such as statehood, the Civil War, and the Great Depression, and include guiding questions, vocabulary, and lesson activities. All of the lesson plans meet the West Virginia Department of Education’s standards for social studies and literacy.
The Classroom section will also be helpful to students who want to learn more about West Virginia. Students will find links to e-WV articles on such topics as the state seal and state animals and plants. They also find easy access to the e-WV quizzes, especially helpful in preparation for the annual Golden Horseshoe test.
Visitors to the Classroom section will find directions for using e-WV‘s special features, including interactive maps and the portfolio function. Visit the Classroom by clicking here
Contact Mike Keller at 304-346-8500 or email Mike at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like a demonstration of how e-WV can be used in the classroom.