TEKS Expectation 4.20B

4.20B Interpret geographic data, population distribution, and natural resources into a variety of formats such as graphs and maps.
Belongs to Statement 4.20: The student uses geographic tools to collect, analyze, and interpret data.

Teacher & Community Submitted Resources

A Journey to the Moon through Texas: Texas and the Apollo Program
After Reconstruction: Problems of African Americans in the South
Air Conditioning
Carson County Courthouse
Celebrate Texas 175: Luke Wilson talks about Carroll Shelby
Celebrate Texas 175: Nolan Ryan talks about Nokona Baseball Gloves
Celebrate Texas 175: Owen Wilson talks about Bline Willie Johnson
Celebrate Texas 175: Summer Glau talks about Wind Energy
Civilian Internment in Crystal City, Texas (4th grade)
Conquering Polio: A Lecture by David Oshinsky
Cotton Gin Old Red, Richardson, Texas
Dr. Samuel Peterson: Looking Back 100 Years
El Paso, Before and After the Railroad
Electrical Power
Federal Government
Hazardous Business: Industry, Regulation, and the Texas Railroad Commission
Health and Science in Texas
Home on the Range
Houston and Texas Central Railroad, 1876
J.H.W. Stele to Sayers, September 11-12, 1900
La Salle in Texas - Teacher's Guide for the Age of Discovery and Exploration
Meet You at the Midden
Oil Industry
Pieces of the Past: A History of Austin Television
Piecing Together History: A Turn-of-the-Century African American Farmstead
Railroad System of Texas, 1887
Railroads, Windmills, and Barbed Wire
Rock Art Caves
Rosenwald Schools in Texas
Stone Tool Scavenger Hunt
Teaching With Documents: Gliddens Patent Application for Barbed Wire
Texas and Pacific Coal Company, Thurber, Erath County
Texas Originals: Lorenzo de Zavala
Texas Originals: Miriam "Ma" Ferguson
Texas Originals: Roy Bedichek
The Influenza Pandemic of 1918-1919
The Methodist Hospital: Serving the World
The Sky is not the Limit - Aerospace in Texas
Timber! - The Texas Lumber Industry
Transportation in Texas
Weather in Texas
Weathering Texas
What's Cooking at Honey Creek?
Winds of Change: The Galveston Hurricane of 1900

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