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This bundle contains a complete plan for your Texas state history curriculum. With only a few minutes of prep, your students will be capable of creating their own educational experience and then share what they learned with the rest of the class. Find an 8½ x 11 picture of Texas and divide it into q
Save tons of prep time with this comprehensive TEXAS state history research project that's perfectly suited for independent work. You'll find 8 organized modules with 86 differentiated student pages. This complete notebook unit is the perfect companion to your annual state studies. Your students wil
These U.S. history journal pages were developed to be used with a variety of levels and abilities. You'll receive both print & go and digital-ready* formats. The 40 topics (and 21 maps) are presented in chronological order making it a stress-free foundation to build a complete curriculum on a bu
Zombie virus has been reported in Kazakhstan! Your students will be given a fictitious FEMA memo to read. It details the beginnings of a contagion that has the ability to destroy the populations world wide. Your students, acting as FEMA teams will have to study the local resources to develop a c
The founding documents are not always easy for students to understand. Through the Buck Institute model students will answer the question Does the US Constitution still work? After looking at the founding documents in a fun interactive lesson. They will pick an current issue to debate/speak or wri
This project has students answer the question: Is digital access a right through creation of a info-graphic. Student begin by defining key terms: rights vs. obligations vs. privileges. This project meets the following learning targets. ((This project is ready for the digital classroom, and has a
What if your students walked in and the unthinkable occurred...they had to pay taxes for everything they used to get for free? You want to sit in a desk? Sorry that is a $1. You have a question? That will be $.50. Once you get through the outrage, students will make an emotional connection to th
Give your students the keys to the car...well kind of. This is the framework for a year long multiple year project. Students excitedly get a state standard and then have the grading period to create their contribution for the classroom textbook. (I had 90 kids create a single textbook.) Includ
Do you like projects but worry that they won't get all the information they need? I think the quote is, "Education doesn't fill a bucket but set it on fire." But the students have to have something in their bucket, or prior knowledge in order to set anything on fire. Enclosed are: *5 Themes of
This Texas lapbook project was created with ease of preparation in mind and minimal printed pages. The folders can be used as is and all cuts are simply designed. Your students will discover a variety of topics pertaining to your state. Find relevant videos and guide your students through Internet r
What will archeologist say about us? Kick off the unit with students acting as scientist from the future. Digging into the past they will discuss why it is important to learn and protect cultures from the past. Students as they aim to answer the driving question will create virtual museums about
Texas History Overview:This bundle contains resources for the history of Texas from early times to the present. Projects cover Texas history, including Natural Texas and its People; Age of Contact; Spanish Colonial; Mexican National; Revolution and Republic; Early Statehood; Texas in the Civil War a
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6th - 8th
Project – Students will create notes over a significant individual, event, or issues from a historical era. Using the essential points of their notes and templates, students create a Horror Movie Poster. This product contains 2 versions of the movie poster project. Student Learning Objective The stu
Activity – Students will create notes over a topic. Using the essential points of their notes and templates, students will create pixel art. Student Learning Objective:(14) Government. The student understands the structure and functions of government created by the Texas Constitution. The student is
Projects:Illustrated NotesPixel ProjectEulogy ProjectComic Book ProjectStudent Learning Objectives: (2) History. Mexican National Era. The student understands how individuals, events, and issues through the Mexican National Era shaped the history of Texas.(3) History. Texas Revolution.The student un
Project-Based Learning Assignment using the Republic of Texas as an alternate history jumping point. Includes a rubric (I left scoring blank so you can set your own) and a planning page to help students with goal setting. This can be done hybrid, at home and at school. The goal of this project is to
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4th - 7th
Project – Students will pick 1 significant moment or event that occurred during the assigned historical period and create a polaroid to represent it. Student Learning Objective(s):The student understands how individuals, events, and issues shaped the history of Texas from Reconstruction through the
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7th - 10th
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Project – Around the 1970s, graffiti became more politically focused. From “SANE BLEW KOCH 182,” on the Marlboro billboard in Queens to the 2006 anti-US graffiti depicting the Statue of Liberty as death on the wall of the former US embassy in Tehran. Often graffiti, like every form of art, reflects
Projects:Stamp ProjectIllustrated/Doodle NotesPixel ArtAccordion BookStudent Learning Objectives:(15) Citizenship. Citizen Responsibilities. The student understands the rights and responsibilities of Texas citizens in a democratic society. (17) Citizenship. Leadership. The student understands the im
Project – Students will create a monument for an important person from the historical period. Student Learning Objective(s):The student understands how events and issues shaped the history of Texas during the Civil War and Reconstruction. The student is expected to:(A) explain the central role the e
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7th - 10th
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Project – Students will create a monument for an important person from the historical period. Student Learning Objective(s):The student understands how individuals, events, and issues shaped the history of Texas during the late 19th, 20th, and early 21st centuries. The student is expected to:(A) exp
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7th - 10th
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Project – The Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP) decided to create a special (limited-edition) commemorative $100 bill. The bill will not feature Benjamin Franklin. Instead, students will research an important person from the assigned historical period. Students will redesign the money with the
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9th - 12th
Project – Students will pick 1 significant moment or event that occurred during the assigned historical period and create a polaroid to represent it. Student Learning Objective(s):The student understands how individuals, events, and issues related to the Texas Revolution shaped the history of Texas.
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7th - 10th
Project – Students will pick 1 significant moment or event that occurred during the assigned historical period and create a polaroid to represent it. Student Learning Objective(s):The student understands how individuals, events, and issues shaped the history of Texas during the late 19th, 20th, and
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7th - 10th

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