7th Grade: Lesson Plans

Commemorative Map: of Texas Geography
Daily Life in a Mission: from National Park Service
Gone to Texas: the Immigration of Cultures, from Institute of Texan Cultures
Grade 7: from Texas State Historical Association
Los Tejanos: classroom resources and activities, from Institute of Texan Cultures
– Activism and Change: a Look at Emma Tenayuca  and other activists
– A Plaza in Texas: in the 1930’s
– The Ranching Experience 
Materials for Educators: from Texas Historical Commission
Musica Hispanica: study guide, from Institute of Texan Cultures
San Antonio Missions: Spanish conquests in the Americas, from Institute of Texan Cultures
San Antonio Missions: Spanish influence in Texas, from National Park Services
Teaching Texas
Teaching with Stuff: using Primary and Secondary Sources, from Teaching Texas
Artifacts: in the Classroom
Images: in the Classroom
Oral Histories: in the Classroom
Social Studies Special Topics: from Institute of Texan Cultures
– Flags of Texas Settlers: 24 flags of nations representing Texas’ earliest settlement groups
Preparing for High School
– Send in the Cavalry: Conflict on the Texas Frontier
Teaching Outside the Classroom: Growing Texas,
Texans: A Story of Texan Cultures for Young People, scroll down to Teacher’s Guide and Student Edition for each country, from Institute of Texan Cultures
Texans One and All: text about 26 settlement groups with corresponding student activities,       from Institute of Texan Cultures
Texas Almanac: covers wide variety of topics, from Texas State Historical Association
Texas General Land Office: lesson plans and supporting documents
– Victory or Death: the Travis Letter
– Honoring Our Past
– Call To Arms
– The Saga of Sam McCulloch
– Pioneering Principles
– John C. Logan
The Great Military: Map of Texas, from Texas General Land Office