TBH Lesson Plan Download Page

Lesson Name

Making a Caddo Circle Book

 

Download Lesson Plan PDF* Now

Subject Area

Social Studies, English Language Arts and Reading, Mathematics, Science

Grade Range

4th, 7th

TEKS

Social Studies, Grade 4

  • Social Studies 114.6 (1A), identify Native-American groups in Texas and the Western Hemisphere before European exploration and describe the regions in which they lived
  • Social Studies 114.6 (1B), compare the ways of life of Native-American groups in Texas and the Western Hemisphere before European exploration
  • Social Studies 114.6 (7B), describe a variety of regions in Texas Social Studies 114.6 (8A), identify clusters of settlement in Texas and explain their distribution
  • Social Studies 114.6 (8D), explain the geographic factors that influence patterns of settlement and the distribution of population in Texas, past and present
  • Social Studies 114.6 (9A), describe ways people have adapted to and modified their environment
  • Social Studies 114.6 (9B), identify reasons why people have adapted to and modified their environment
  • Social Studies 114.6 (9C), analyze the consequences of human modification of the environment
  • Social Studies 114.6 (10A), explain the economic patterns of various early Native-American groups
  • Social Studies 114.6 (20A), identify the similarities and differences within and among selected racial, ethnic, and religious groups in Texas
  • Social Studies 114.6 (20B), identify customs, celebrations, and traditions of various culture groups in Texas
  • Social Studies 114.6 (23A), use social studies terminology correctly
  • Social Studies 114.6 (23B), incorporate main and supporting ideas in verbal and written communication
  • Social Studies 114.6 (23D), create written and visual material
  • Social Studies 114.6 (23E), use standard grammar, spelling, sentence structure, and punctuation

Social Studies, Grade 7

  • Social Studies 113.23 (2A), compare the cultures of Native Americans in Texas prior to European colonization
  • Social Studies 113.23 (9A), locate places and regions of importance in Texas during the 19 th and 20 th centuries
  • Social Studies 113.23 (9B), compare places and regions of Texas
  • Social Studies 113.23 (10A), identify ways in which Texans have adapted to and modified the environment
  • Social Studies 113.23 (19A), explain how the diversity of Texas is reflected in a variety of cultural activities, celebrations, and performances
  • Social Studies 113.23 (19B), describe how people from selected ethnic groups attempt to maintain their cultural heritage
  • Social Studies 113.23 (21A), use primary sources to acquire information
  • Social Studies 113.23 (22B), use standard grammar, spelling, sentence structure and punctuation

English, Language Arts, and Reading, Grade 4

  • English, Language Arts, and Reading 110.6 (6A), apply knowledge of letter-sound correspondences, language structure, and context to recognize words
  • English, Language Arts, and Reading 110.6 (8B), select varied sources when reading for information
  • English, Language Arts, and Reading 110.6 (8C), read for varied purposes
  • English, Language Arts, and Reading 110.6 (10B), establish and adjust purposes for reading
  • English, Language Arts, and Reading 110.6 (11B), )  interpret text ideas
  • English, Language Arts, and Reading 110.6 (14B), determine distinctive and common characteristics of cultures
  • English, Language Arts, and Reading 110.6 (15A), write to express, discover, record, develop, reflect on ideas
  • English, Language Arts, and Reading 110.6 (16), compose original text
  • English, Language Arts, and Reading 110.6 (17), spell proficiently
  • English, Language Arts, and Reading 110.6 (18), apply standard grammar and usage to communicate clearly and effectively in writing.
  • English, Language Arts, and Reading 110.6 (25A), produce visuals to complement and extend meanings

Mathematics, Grade 4

  • Mathematics 111.16 (3A), use addition and subtraction to solve problems involving whole numbers
  • Mathematics 111.16 (4B), represent multiplication and division situations in picture, word, and number form
  • Mathematics 111.16 (4C), recall and apply multiplication facts
  • Mathematics 111.16 (4E), use division to solve problems Mathematics 111.16 (12), The student applies measurement concepts

Mathematics, Grade 7

  • Mathematics 111.23 (4A), generate formulas involving perimeter, area, circumference
  • Mathematics 111.23 (9), solve application problems involving estimation and measurement
  • Mathematics 111.23 (13A), identify and apply mathematics to everyday experiences

Science, Grade 4

  • Science 112.6 (4A), collect and analyze information using tools including compasses

Science, Grade 7

  • Science 112.23(14C), make inferences and draw conclusions about effects of human activity on Earth’s resources.

*You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view this file. Download a free copy from the Adobe website.