Teach Texas - Politics

Texas had traditionally been Democratic state in the early 20th Century, however, during the 1960s Republican candidates began to compete with Democrats for Texan votes. 

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Lesson Plan: Women on the Move
Using TAMI’s interactive web exhibit, “Women on the Move: Texas and the Fight for Women’s Rights,...
Lesson Plan - Times are A-Changin' (Gr 7-8)
Through the use of student prior knowledge, archival footage of campaigns, and analysis of the ev...
Texas Women and the National Women's Conference (Gr 7)
Students will learn about notable Texas women, including Ann Richards, Barbara Jordan, Miriam “Ma...
Texas Women - Marching with Ann Richards (Gr K-5)
Students will learn about notable Texas women, including Ann Richards, Barbara Jordan, Miriam “Ma...
Lesson Plan: Mr. Speaker - A Lesson in Texas State Government
The Constitution of the State of Texas established the executive, legislative, and judicial branc...
Broadcasting 1968
The late 1960s is considered by many to be one of the most tumultuous and significant periods of ...
Notable 20th Century Texans (Gr 4 and 7)
Students will be introduced to 8 notable 20th century Texans through the use of primary source vi...