TEKS Expectation 4.22A

4.22A Use problem-solving and decision-making processes to identify a problem, gather information, list and consider options, consider advantages and disadvantages, choose and implement a solution, and evaluate the effectiveness of the solution.
Belongs to Statement 4.22: The student uses problem-solving and decision-making skills, working independently and with others.

Teacher & Community Submitted Resources

Agriculture in Texas
American GI Forum
Americas Dreams Through the Decades
Américo Paredes
Applying the SOAPS Method of Analyzing Historical Documents
Artifacts in the Classroom
Back to Business After Reconstruction
Brother, Can You Spare a Dime - The Effects of The New Deal on the Great Depression
Building Texas: the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Cabeza de Vaca
Caddo Indians
Caroline Castillo Crimm
Cattle Kingdom
Celebrate! Festivals Across Texas
Civil War (1861-1865)
Civil War and Reconstruction
Civilian Internment in Crystal City, Texas (4th grade)
Colonial Texas
Coronado: Misfortune’s Explorer
Counties and County Seats
Counties of Texas
Cowboys and Cattle Drives, 1865-1885
Crime in Texas
Culture and the Arts in Texas
Declaration of Independence of the Republic of Texas
Education in Texas
Elections in Texas
Environment of Texas
Erasmo and Juan Seguin
European Exploration
Explorers of Texas
Failed Diplomacy: The Zimmerman Telegram
Federal Government
Flags of Texas Settlers
George Ware Fulton's Life on a Map (1810-1893)
Gone to Texas: The Story of the Texas Empresarios (Social Studies, Grade 4)
Health and Science in Texas
Hunter with horse and dog
Hurricane Calamity: Tragedy in Galveston
Images in the Classroom
Immigration to Texas: Then and Now
Indian Women in Texas
Irma Rangel
La Salle in Texas - Teacher's Guide for the Age of Discovery and Exploration
Lady Bird Johnson
Lady Bird Johnson
Livestock in Texas
Lone Stars and Gun Smoke
Lorenzo de Zavala Online: Empresario, Statesman and Texas Revolutionary
Maria del Carmen Calvillo
Martin de Leon
Mary Maverick and Texas History—Part 1
Media in Texas
Mexican Texas to Independence
Mexican-American Heritage: Texas Experiences Social Studies, Grade 4
Mier Expedition
Mier Expedition
Minerals in Texas
Mobile Devroe Cultivating a Cotton Field with Team of Mules, Allenfarm, Texas
Modern Economy of Texas
Native Texans
Notable Earthquakes in Texas
Old Red Museum of Dallas County History Camp Summer Education Programs: Youth Programs
People of the Plains: Focus on American Indians
Pony Express
Population in Texas
Prehistoric Texas
Primary Sources and Personal Artifacts
Ranching in Texas
Reconstructing Texas: 1866-1874
Recreation in Texas
Religion in Texas
Republic of Texas
Researching Local Civil War Soldiers
Rosenwald Schools in Texas
Sam Rayburn House Museum Activity Guide
Shelby County: The Regulator Moderator War
Spanish Missions of Texas
Spanish Missions of Texas Supplemental
Symbols of Texas
Teaching with Documents: Powers of Persuasion - Poster Art of World War II
Teaching with Stuff: Architecture in the Classroom
Teaching with Stuff: Artifacts in the Classroom
Teaching with Stuff: Images in the Classroom
Texas Annexation: United We Stand
Texas Archeology in the Classroom: A Unit for Teachers
Texas Department of Criminal Justice
Texas Hall of Fame
Texas in Conflict, 1900 – 1920
Texas Native American Timeline
Texas Originals: Lorenzo de Zavala
Texas Originals: Mary Austin Holley
Texas Originals: Miriam "Ma" Ferguson
Texas Originals: Roy Bedichek
Texas Talk
Texas: The Lone Star State Today
The Battle of San Jacinto (4th grade)
The Constitution of Texas
The Story of Texas Edcator Guide: Second Floor - Building the Lone Star Identity
Transportation in Texas
Using the Texas Almanac Archive
Voices for Votes - Suffrage Strategies
Water Resources
Weather in Texas
Weathering Texas
When Texas Saw Red: The Cold War Experience (Grade 3-5)
Who was Mary Mavrick?
Wildlife in Texas
With Domingo Leal in San Antonio, 1734
With Domingo Leal in San Antonio, 1734
Women Across Texas History

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