TEKS Expectation 4.16A

4.16A Identify leaders in state, local, and national governments, including the governor, local members of the Texas Legislature, the local mayor, U.S. senators, local U.S. representatives, and Texans who have been president of the United States.
Belongs to Statement 4.16: The student understands the importance of effective leadership in a constitutional republic.

Teacher & Community Submitted Resources

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Adina Emilia De Zavala
Alamo Photo, circa 1920
American G.I. Forum
Federal Government
First Lady Anita Perry talks about the Texas Governor's Mansion
Flag Symbolism Activity
Flags of Texas
Gone to Texas: The Story of the Texas Empresarios (Social Studies, Grade 4)
Historic Flags of the Texas State Library and Archives
History in Your Own Backyard
Jane McCallum
League of United Latin American Citizens
Lone Star Flag Design by Peter Krag, January 25, 1839
Lulu Belle Madison White
Marked Historical Sites of Hutchinson County, Texas
Mexican-American Women
No-Sew Texas Quilt
Old News
San Jacinto Monument and Museum
San Jose y San Miguel de Aguayo Mission
Spanish Missions
State Motto
State Tree
Symbols of Texas
Texas - The Big State Activity
Texas 175: A Dozen Documents That Made A Difference
Texas Flag Exhibit Background and History
Texas Landmark: The Alamo
Texas Originals: J. Mason Brewer
Texas Originals: Lorenzo de Zavala
Texas Originals: Roy Bedichek
Texas Quarter Worksheet
Texas State Capital Tour
Texas Symbols
Texas Symbols Unit
Texas Trivia
The Alamo: Building a Scale Model (4th grade)
The Handy Pocket Tex-Book
The Story of Texas Edcator Guide: Second Floor - Building the Lone Star Identity
The Texas State Capitol: Selected Essays from the Southwestern Historical Quarterly
This is your House - The Governor’s Mansion: Texas Front Porch since 1856
Welcome to Texas Parks and Wildlife Department Historic Sites!
William B.Travis and James Butler Bonham
Zapata County Courthouse

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