TAMI presents a new lesson plan in which students examine the culture and politics in 1920s Texas, a period of rapid development and urbanization.
Drawing on the films featured in TAMI's web exhibit, "A Journey to the Moon through Texas," this lesson explores the U.S. space program during the 1960s and focuses on the role of the Manned Spacecraft Center in Texas.
Our lesson plan, TIMBER!, highlights the work of lumberjacks and millworkers, the importance of lumber to the Texas economy, and more! Learn about this industry that has helped shaped Texas' economy for over a century.
In this lesson, students learn to understand the differences between primary and secondary sources by exploring fascinating areas of Texas history.
In TAMI's K-12 activity History in Your Own Backyard, students use home movies to learn about their communities, researching their hometown, county, and region of the state to examine how it changed over the past 50-100 years.
In our lesson plan, “When Texas Saw Red: The Cold War Experience,” students use TAMI's web exhibit to gain an understanding of the Cold War period that spanned nearly half a century.
Learn How to Flip Your Classroom using primary resources from the Texas Archive of the Moving Image
Mexican-American Heritage: Texas Experiences, explores the history and experiences of Mexicans and Mexican-Americans in the Southwest and Texas from the sixteenth to twentieth century!