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Introduction & Teacher's Guide
Textbook Curriculum Team
The Audio Documentary
Textbook War Photos
Textbook War News
Textbook War Resources
West Liberty University Project
An Arts Approach
Coaching Student Questioning
Project Based Learning - Religion and the Founders
Project Civic Discourse
Project-Great Textbook War-A State and National Context
Webquest & Reflection Questions
Student Made Documentaries
Content Standards Alignment
The Photo Documentary
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The Great Textbook War Documentary and
Curriculum Project Wiki
Original Sponsor of the Great Texbook War Documentary and Books and Belief Exhibits is the Kanawha Valley Historical and Preservation Society.
Welcome to the Wiki for the Great Textbook War Documentary and Books and Beliefs: The Great Textbook War Story" Exhibit and for curriculum opportunities to utilize them in your classroom. This project is coordinated in cooperation with West Virginia University, the the Kanawha Valley Historical and Preservation Society, and the West Virginia Humanities Council.
Contact Trey Kay, Stan Bumgardner, and/or Henry Battle for more information on having the traveling exhibit and educational forum visit your school or community. Mr. Battle can be reached at the following locations and numbers:
PO Box 2283
Charleston, WV 25328
This Wiki will continue to be your hub for visiting documentary and exhibit news and updates along with future curriculum updates.
For more information on using this Wiki, contact Mark Swiger
Participating Schools in the Great Textbook War Project, past and present:
Previous Exhibits and Forums for Schools:
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