Teach Texas History and save money at the same time! All Texas Statehood items in the bundle are TEKS-Aligned and are easy to implement in a virtual or in-person classroom. This Republic of Texas & Statehood bundle includes 3 of my products as shown below (do not buy separately if you are buying bundle).
1. Republic of Texas & Texas Statehood SLIDES & NOTES - Teach Texas history using these TEKS-aligned Texas Statehood activities! This set includes a presentation offered in PowerPoint and Google Slides as well as differentiated printable and digital student notes. These activities are a good way to introduce, review, or supplement your Republic of Texas & Statehood unit.
- Presentation can be used in a teacher-led physical or virtual classroom while students fill in their paper or digital notes!
- Lesson can be student-led and assigned through various online learning platforms that support Google Slides.
2. Republic of Texas & Texas Statehood INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK - Build Texas history interactive notebooks using these TEKS-aligned Texas Statehood activities. This product contains two Republic of Texas & Statehood tasks to engage your students whether they are in-person or in virtual classrooms! These activities follow along with the Texas Statehood unit. These activities allow students to compare and contrast the US and Texas constitution, as well as, identify the different points of view during the Mexican War. Each activity has a writing and/or math extension!
- Printable, interactive notebook templates/activities with photo examples and teacher notes included
- Google slide option to be used with Google classroom or any online learning platform that supports Slides. Student and teacher notebooks included with a set of instructions.
3. Republic of Texas & Texas Statehood - Station Activities with an ELAR focus! - Reinforce Texas History content through your ELAR stations/rotations! Texas Statehood content is used in this product to help students retain their Texas History knowledge while practicing their informational & persuasive writing skills! This set contains 2 activities that integrate the Republic of Texas & Statehood content with literacy skills! What a quick and easy way to get more content in while practicing essential reading and writing skills!
- Texas Tribune - Student will write a newspaper article using informational text and text features. The article will cover the annexation of Texas.
- Dear Mr. President - students will use persuasive techniques to persuade the president to leave TX as the Republic or to have TX become a state.
4. Republic of Texas & Texas Statehood Unit Test - Test your students Texas history knowledge using this TEKS-aligned Texas Statehood Unit Test! This set includes a Republic of Texas test offered in a printable PowerPoint and Google Form self-grading version. Both versions are totally editable as well and have answer keys!
This unit covers the follow content (TEKS):
•4.3(C) identify leaders important to the founding of Texas as a republic and state, including José Antonio Navarro, Sam Houston, Mirabeau Lamar, and Anson Jones
•4.3(D) describe the successes, problems, and organizations of the Republic of Texas such as the establishment of a constitution, economic struggles, relations with American Indians, and the Texas Rangers;
•4.3(E) explain the events that led to the annexation of Texas to the United States and the impact of the U.S.-Mexican War
•4.13(A) identify the purposes and explain the importance of the Texas Declaration of Independence and the Texas Constitution
•4.13(B) identify and explain the basic functions of the three branches of government according to the Texas Constitution;
•4.14(B) sing or recite "Texas, Our Texas";
•4.14(C) recite and explain the meaning of the Pledge to the Texas Flag;
•4.15(D) identify the importance of historical figures and important individuals who modeled active participation in the democratic process such as Sam Houston, Barbara Jordan, Lorenzo de Zavala, Ann Richards, Henry B. González, Wallace Jefferson, and other local individuals
•4.19(B) analyze information by applying absolute and relative chronology through sequencing, categorizing, identifying cause-and-effect relationships, comparing, contrasting, finding the main idea, summarizing, making generalizations and predictions, and drawing inferences and conclusions;
•4.19(C) organize and interpret information in outlines, reports, databases, and visuals, including graphs, charts, timelines, and maps;
•4.21(A) use social studies terminology correctly;
•4.21(D) create written and visual material such as journal entries, reports, graphic organizers, outlines, and bibliographies.
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