Subject: Texas History



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Essential Questions



Monday:

  1. What words did I not previously understand but I know now?

Tuesday:

  1. Identify and explain the 4 causes of the Civil War.

Wednesday:
Thursday:

  1. Identify and explain the major events leading up to the Civil War and why they are important turning points.

Friday:

  1. Why does Sam Houston not support Texas succeeding from the Union and how did the public feel about his point of view.



Formative Assessment (Result Indicator):

Monday: Vocab handout, evidence of learning

Tuesday: Discussion, cold calling, check for understanding, create a symbol, evidence of learning

Wednesday:

Thursday: Create a poster depicting an event, evidence of learning

Friday: APPPARTS analysis and discussion, writing assignment

Homework Extension, Independent practice:

Tuesday: Identify and explain the 4 major causes of the civil war

Thursday: Identify and explain the 8 major events leading up to the Civil War and why they are important turning points. Make sure you number each one.
Every Tuesday for extra credit:

NPR segment on Texas Originals. Tuesday nights at 6. Write at least 2 well developed paragraphs summarizing the segment.

Intervention for those needing help: Notes on edmodo, tutorials on Mondays

Extension for those exceeding: NPR Assignment , primary source analysis

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