Teach Texas - Extreme Texas Weather

Anyone who has lived in Texas will tell stories about the rapidly changing and often inconsistent weather patterns experienced across the state. Although not all Texas weather can be classified as “extreme,” the Gulf Coast and the Panhandle are no strangers to the destruction that can be caused when nature strikes with a vengeance.

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Lesson Plan - Winds of Change (Gr 9-12)
Through the use of primary sources, students will analyze the impact of hurricanes on the lives a...
Lesson Plan - Winds of Change (Gr K-3)
Students will use primary source video to analyze the effect of the 1900 hurricane on Galveston I...
Lesson Plan - Winds of Change (Gr 4-8)
Through the use of primary sources, students will analyze the impact of hurricanes on the lives a...
Weathering Texas (Gr 3-8)
Using TAMI’s interactive web exhibit, “Weathering Texas,” students will demonstrate an understand...
Lesson Plan - The Fury of Nature (Gr 9-12)
Using prior knowledge of natural disasters, students will interpret primary source footage and do...
Lesson Plan - The Texas Dust Bowl (Gr 4-7)
Students will demonstrate understanding of the impact of the Dust Bowl on the lives, livelihoods...