TEKS Expectation 7.22B

7.22B Use effective written communication skills, including proper citations and avoiding plagiarism.
Belongs to Statement 7.22: The student communicates in written, oral, and visual forms.

Teacher & Community Submitted Resources

A Journey to the Moon through Texas: Texas and the Apollo Program
A Reconstruction Plan for Texas
After Slavery: Exercising the Rights of Citizenship in 19th-Century Texas
Americas Dreams Through the Decades
Américo Paredes
Américo Paredes
Annexation Debate to State
Artifacts in the Classroom
Back to Business After Reconstruction
Bonnie Blue Flag
Buffalo Soldiers: The Unknown Army
Cabeza de Vaca
Caddo Indians
Carmen Calvillo
Caroline Castillo Crimm
Cattle Branding in Texas
Cattle Kingdom
Charging into Battle with Hood's Texas Brigade
Cities and Towns in Texas
Civil War (1861-1865)
Civil War and Reconstruction
Civilian Internment in Crystal City, Texas (7th grade)
Colonial Texas
Cotton Farming in Texas
Counties and County Seats
Counties of Texas
Crime in Texas
Culture and the Arts in Texas
Declaration of Independence of the Republic of Texas
Documenting Texas Women’s History through Photographs
Education in Texas
Elections in Texas
Empresarios Wanted
Environment of Texas
Erasmo and Juan Seguin
Erasmo and Juan Seguin
European Exploration
Failed Diplomacy: The Zimmerman Telegram
Federal Government
First Ladies’ Early Lives
Flags of Texas Settlers
Freedom Colonies And Beyond - Life After Slavery
Health and Science in Texas
Hurricane Calamity: Tragedy in Galveston
Images in the Classroom
Immigration to Texas: Then and Now
Indivisible: African-Native American Lives in the Americas
Indivisible: African-Native American Lives in the Americas
Irma Rangel
Irma Rangel
John C. Logan Unit: Introductoin
John Nance Garner
Know Your Rights
Lady Bird Johnson
Lady Bird Johnson
Last Comanche Chief
Livestock in Texas
Local Government
Lone Stars and Gun Smoke
Lorenzo de Zavala
Lorenzo de Zavala Online: Empresario, Statesman and Texas Revolutionary
Los Tejanos: Activism and Change
Maria del Carmen Calvillo
Martin de Leon
Martin de Leon
Media in Texas
Mexican Texas to Independence
Mexican-American Heritage: Texas Experiences Social Studies, Grade 7
Mier Expedition
Mier Expedition
Mineral Spas in Texas
Minerals in Texas
Modern Economy of Texas
Moving Towards Reform
Native Texans
Notable 20th Century Texans
Notable Earthquakes in Texas
Oral Histories in the Classroom
Population in Texas
Prehistoric Texas
Progressive Era
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
Runaway Slaves
Send in the Cavalry: Conflict on the Texas Frontier
Send in the Cavalry: Conflict on the Texas Frontier
Shelby County: The Regulator Moderator War
State Government
Symbols of Texas
Take a Stand
Teaching from the Grave
Teaching with Stuff: Architecture in the Classroom
Teaching with Stuff: Artifacts in the Classroom
Teaching with Stuff: Images in the Classroom
Teaching with Stuff: Oral Histories in the Classroom
Tejana Military Members in World War II
Texans One and All
Texans One and All
Texas Annexation: United We Stand
Texas Department of Criminal Justice
Texas Digital Newspaper Program
Texas Hall of Fame
Texas in Conflict, 1900 – 1920
Texas in Transition: Social, Political, and Economic Issues in 1920s Texas
Texas Oil Boom
Texas Originals: Dominique and John De Menil
Texas Originals: Edna Ferber
Texas Originals: Héctor P. García
Texas Originals: Stephen F. Austin
Texas Talk
Texas: The Lone Star State Today
The Battle of San Jacinto (7th grade)
The Constitution of Texas
The Path to Revolution
The Sky is not the Limit - Aerospace in Texas
Timber! - The Texas Lumber Industry
UIL-Social Studies
Using the Texas Almanac Archive
Victory Or Death: The Travis Letter Lesson Plan
Water Resources
Weather in Texas
Weathering Texas
When Texas Saw Red: The Cold War Experience (Grade 6-8)
Why We Came: The Immigration Experience Part I
Why We Came: The Immigration Experience Part II
Why We Came: The Immigration Experience Part III
Wildlife in Texas

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