Teach Texas - Texans in Times of War

During World War II and Vietnam, Texas participated in a variety of war-related roles including: food production, civilian internment, oil supplies, and providing support to the many young Texans who participated in the war effort.

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When Texas Saw Red: The Cold War Experience (Post-Secondary)
Through the analysis of primary source archival footage from TAMI’s online exhibit, When Texas Sa...
When Texas Saw Red: The Cold War Experience (Gr 9-12)
Through the analysis of primary source archival footage from TAMI’s online exhibit, When Texas Sa...
When Texas Saw Red: The Cold War Experience (Gr 6-8)
Through the analysis of primary source archival footage from TAMI’s online exhibit, When Texas Sa...
When Texas Saw Red: The Cold War Experience (Gr 3-5)
Through the analysis of primary source archival footage from TAMI’s online exhibit, When Texas Sa...
Lesson Plan - Texas at War (Gr 4-7 and 9-12)
Through analysis of primary source archival footage and the creation of a World War II broadside,...
Lesson Plan - Target Texas (Gr 9-12)
Through analysis of primary source archival footage, students will demonstrate their understandin...
Lesson Plan - Civilian Internment (Gr 9-12)
Through the use of primary sources, students will analyze the use of propaganda and bias to shape...
Lesson Plan - 8,000 Miles from Home (Gr 9)
Using TAMI’s curated collection Texas and Texans During the Vietnam War Years, students will expl...
Lesson Plan - 8,000 Miles from Home (Gr 7)
Using TAMI’s curated collection Texas and Texans During the Vietnam War Years, students will expl...