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  1. A Citizen’s Responsibilities

    A Citizen’s Responsibilities

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    Students discover how someone becomes a citizen of the United States, the process of naturalization, and the rights and responsibilities of non-citizen residents. Then they identify the rights and responsibilities of U.S. citizens and the responsibilities of young people as citizens. Finally, they take a sample “naturalization test” and see how they would do answering questions about U.S. civics. Learn More
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  2. A Lack of Freedom in Today’s World

    A Lack of Freedom in Today’s World

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    Students look at a map to see the areas of the world that are considered “not free.” Then they learn about some of the ways that “not free” governments function. They explore the way that the North Korean government controls its citizens. Next, they individually research another “not free” country and report back to the group. Finally, students write their own freedom manifesto, listing the freedoms they believe are most important. Learn More
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  3. Adjective Art

    Adjective Art

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    Students create works of art to illustrate the meanings of adjectives. Learn More
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  4. African American Rights During Reconstruction

    African American Rights During Reconstruction

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    Students learn about the Freedmen’s Bureau and how it aided African Americans after the Civil War. They explore how segregation between the races continued and the rise of the Ku Klux Klan. Finally, they learn about three African Americans from Texas who impacted people through their political forces. Learn More
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  5. African American Slaves in Texas

    African American Slaves in Texas

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    Students learn about slavery in Texas. They describe slavery and the many hardships facing the slaves. Then they identify some of the jobs that the slaves held. Next, they manipulate an interactive map and timeline to see how the number of slaves in Texas increased from 1837 to the late 1840s. They also use the data to create graphs for slaves in various counties in Texas. Finally, they analyze classified ads for slaves and draw conclusions about the slave owners’ view of slaves. Learn More
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  6. African Americans in the Revolutionary War

    African Americans in the Revolutionary War

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    Students examine the roles of African Americans during the Revolution. They learn about their roles in both the Continental and British Armies, their motivations for fighting, and what happened to them after the war. They also explore the stories of some African American heroes of the war. Learn More
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  7. African Americans in the South and Sharecropping

    African Americans in the South and Sharecropping

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    Students learn about what life was like for African Americans in the South after Reconstruction and how prejudice, poverty, violence, and segregation affected them. Then they learn about sharecropping and compare this system of farming to slavery. Learn More
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  8. Age of Jackson: Overview

    Age of Jackson: Overview

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    Students learn about or review the key concepts, events, and people from the Age of Jackson Then they evaluate whether Jackson should remain on the $20 bill or be replaced by Harriet Tubman. Learn More
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  9. Agricultural Revolution

    Agricultural Revolution

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    Students study the Neolithic era, when agriculture, animal domestication, and permanent settlements began. They learn about advances in tool technology and about the spread of specific crops and livestock throughout the world. They connect changes in climate and population to the Neolithic advances. Finally, they make the acquaintance of a late Neolithic man whose well-preserved remains, clothes, and equipment have taught archaeologists much about the era. Learn More
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  10. American Indian Cultures in Texas

    American Indian Cultures in Texas

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    Students identify the four cultures of Native Americans in Texas: Gulf, Southeastern, Plains, and Pueblo. Then small groups research and write a report about a specific tribe. Finally, students analyze how tribes in a given region adapted to that region’s environment. Learn More
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