This Week in WV History September

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All programs and support materials for the September programs in This Week in WV History are included.

  • This Week in WV History Sept. 1

    The purpose and route of the Batts, Wood and Fallam expedition are examined.  Guided listening questions, background information, and extension activities for all September programs in the series are included.

    Grades: 5-12
  • This Week in WV History Sept. 2

    The life of Judge John Jay Jackson, Jr. is examined.  Support materials for all September programs in the series are included.

    Grades: 5-12
  • This Week in WV History Sept. 3

    The Kanawha County textbook controversy is examined.  Guided listening questions, background information, scripts, and extension activities for all September programs in the series are included.

    Grades: 5-12
  • This Week in WV History Sept. 4

    The life of Roane County native A.W. Cox is examined.  Guided listening questions, scripts, background information, and extension activities for all September programs are included.

    Grades: 5-12
  • This Week in WV History Sept. 7

    The life of Christopher Payne, the first African-American to be elected to the WV legislature is examined.  Curriculum support materials for all September programs in the series are included.

    Grades: 5-12
  • This Week in WV History Sept. 8

    The impact of the Clarksburg Education Convention is examined.  Guided listening questions, scripts, background information and extension activities for all September programs in the series are included.

    Grades: 5-12
  • This Week in WV History Sept. 9

    The life and career of Carter G. Woodson are examined.  Support materials for all September programs in the series are included.

    Grades: 5-12
  • This Week in WV History Sept. 10

    The Civil War battle at Carnifex Ferry is described.  Guided listening questions, scripts, backgorund information and extension activities for all September programs in the series are included.

    Grades: 5-12
  • This Week in WV History Sept. 11

    The history of Huntington's Ritter Park is examined. Guided listening questions scripts, background information and extension activites for all september program in the series are included.

    Grades: 5-12
  • This Week in WV History Sept. 14

    The Battle of Harpers Ferry is examined. Guided listening questions scripts, background information, and extension activities for all September programs in the series are included.

    Grades: 5-12
  • This Week in WV History Sept. 15

    The life of physician and governor Henry Hatfield is examined.  Support materials for all September programs in the series are included.

    Grades: 5-12
  • This Week in WV History Sept. 16

    The impact of Charles Washington on the Charles Town, WV area is examined.

    Grades: 5-12
  • This Week in WV History Sept. 17

    The career of teacher and author Ruth Ann Musick is examined.  Guided listening questions, scripts, background information, and extension activities for all September programs in the series are included.

    Grades: 5-12
  • This Week in WV History Sept. 18

    The life of historian and journalist Minnie Kendall Lowther is chronicled.  Support materials for all September programs in the series are included.

    Grades: 5-12
  • This Week in WV History Sept. 21

    The  making of the motion picture Fool's Parade is examined.  Support materials for all September programs in the series are included.

    Grades: 5-12
  • This Week in WV History Sept. 22

    The life of legislator Elizabeth Simpson Drewry is chronicled.  Guided listening questions, scripts, background information, and extension activities for all September programs in the series are included.

    Grades: 5-12
  • This Week in WV History Sept. 23

    The history of the "Mingo Oak" is presented.  Support materials for all September programs in the series are included.

    Grades: 5-12
  • This Week in WV History Sept. 24

    Examine the career of Governor William MacCorkle and determine the importance of the work done during his term in office.  Support materials for all September programs in the series are provided.

    Grades: 5-11
  • This Week in WV History Sept. 25

    Trace the history of the Greenbrier Resort and the surrounding area from the 1700s through the Cold War.  Guided listening questions, scripts, background information, and extension activities for all September programs in the series are included.

    Grades: 5-12
  • This Week in WV History Sept. 28

    Examine the life and career of labor activist Mother Blizzard.  Support materials for all September programs in the series are included.

    Grades: 5-12

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