TAMI is pleased to announce the release of its newest lesson plan, “When Texas Saw Red: The Cold War Experience” that complements our latest web exhibit.
Catch TAMI's Caitlin McColl presenting on TAMI's K-12 educator resources at conferences in Houston in January and February and San Antonio in February!
Our lesson plan, Understanding and Using Primary and Secondary Sources, teaches students to analyze and compare varied historical resources, learning the differences between secondary and primary sources.
Learn How to Flip Your Classroom using primary resources from the Texas Archive of the Moving Image
Check out our lesson plan, Gone to Texas: the Story of the Texas Empresarios, examining the varied experiences of the 19th century Texas empresarios and their contributions to early Texas history.
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!
Our Notable Texas Landmarks lesson plan presents the histories of landmarks such as the Alamo, Falcon Dam, Spindletop, and the San Jacinto Monument.
Explore the lives of Barbara Jordan, Lyndon Baines Johnson, Denton Cooley, Michael DeBakey, Horton Foote, J, Frank Dobie, Henry B. Gonzalez and Oveta Culp Hobby using our Notable 20th Century Texans lesson plan
Turn your classroom into a newsroom with this activity and films from the Texas Archive