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Today in Texas History - February 22

From the Annals of the Revolution –  In 1836, former Mexican soldier Nepomuceno Navarro joined forces with the Texas Revolution when he enlisted in Juan N. 96 more words

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Updated Rubric for Cattle Drive Project

The Rubric for the Cattle Drive Project has been updated to better reflect what we have worked on in class. See the link below.

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Extra Credit 2-20-17: Texas History

Follow the links below that correspond to your class to complete the extra credit. Only do the extra credit that corresponds to your Texas History class period. 84 more words

Texas History 2-20/2-24

This week in Texas History we will continue to work on and complete the Cattle Drive Project.

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Today in Texas History - February 16

From the Annals of the Explorers  –  In 1599, Spanish explorer Juan de Oñate found Jusepe Guitiérrez at Picurus, New Mexico.  JG was the lone survivor of the ill-fated expedition led by  Francisco Leyva de Bonilla.  187 more words

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Integrated Unit: Science and Texas History

Below is a lesson plan I wrote as part of a class about pedagogy and English language learners. This lesson plan was designed to connect a theme – Texas History – to all four core subject areas. 1,330 more words

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Today in Texas History - February 15

From the Annals of the People (or at least some of the People) –  In 1876, citizens of Texas (and by that Red means white men and some Hispanics) adopted the Constitution of 1876. 113 more words

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