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Lesson Name

Whose Buffalo?

 

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Subject Area

Texas History

Grade Range

7th

TEKS

Social Studies, 7th Grade

  • Social Studies 113.23 (1A), identify the major eras in Texas history
  • Social Studies 113.23 (5B), analyze the economic effects of the Civil War in Texas
  • Social Studies 113.23 (6A), identify significant events, and issues including the factors leading to the expansion of the Texas frontier, the effects of westward expansion on Native Americans, and the effects of the growth of
    railroads
  • Social Studies 113.23 (8A), create thematic charts
  • Social Studies 113.23 (9A), locate places and regions of importance
  • Social Studies 113.23 (10A), identify ways in which Texans have adapted to and modified the environment
  • Social Studies 113.23 (10B), explain ways in which geographic factors have affected the development of Texas
  • Social Studies 113.23 (13A), analyze the impact of national and international markets and events on the production of goods and services in Texas
  • Social Studies 113.23 (20D), evaluate the effects of technological innovations on the use of resources
  • Social Studies 113.23 (21A), use primary sources
  • Social Studies 113.23 (21B), analyze information by finding the main idea and summarizing
  • Social Studies 113.23 (21C), organize and interpret information Social Studies 113.23 (21D), identify points of view from the historical context surrounding an event
  • Social Studies 113.23 (21E), support a point of view on a social studies issue or event
  • Social Studies 113.23 (22C), transfer information from one medium to another
  • Social Studies 113.23 (22D), create written and visual presentations of social studies information
  • Social Studies 113.23 (23B), use a decision-making process to identify a
    situation that requires a decision, gather information, and take action to implement a decision

English Language Arts and Reading, 7th Grade

  • English Language Arts and Reading 110.23 (8C), read for varied purposes
  • English Language Arts and Reading 110.23 (10F), determine a text’s main ideas
  • English Language Arts and Reading 110.23 (10G), summarize text to organize ideas
  • English Language Arts and Reading 110.23 (10H), draw inferences and support them with text evidence
  • English Language Arts and Reading 110.23 (10L), represent text information in a graphic organizer
  • English Language Arts and Reading 110.23 (11A), make connections and raise questions in response to text
  • English Language Arts and Reading 110.23 (11D), connect ideas across text
  • English Language Arts and Reading 110.23 (13B), use text organizers
  • English Language Arts and Reading 110.23 (13C), use multiple sources to locate information
  • English Language Arts and Reading 110.23 (13G), draw conclusions from
    information
  • English Language Arts and Reading 110.23 (15B), write to persuade
  • English Language Arts and Reading 110.23 (15H), produce cohesive and coherent written texts
  • English Language Arts and Reading 110.23 (16 B), capitalize and punctuate correctly
  • English Language Arts and Reading 110.23 (17A), write in complete sentences
  • English Language Arts and Reading 110.23 (18A), generate plans for writing by using prewriting strategies
  • English Language Arts and Reading 110.23 (20E), present information in various forms
  • English Language Arts and Reading 110.23 (24A), produce visuals to extend meanings

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