Weather in Texas

Lesson PlanUsing the Weather section, students will create and produce a documentary and/or PowerPoint on weather conditions and events of the most recent year available. Students will include maps, graphics, written content, and human interest anecdotes. Students will research safety precautions for home and school regarding destructive weather conditions and report to the entire class on their plans. Students will assume the role of a storm chaser. They will conduct research on one Texas storm, using information from Significant and Destructive Weather.
Source:Texas State Historical Association
URL:http://www.texasalmanac.com/sites/default/files/doc/guide/Tx_Almanac_TG_L19_weather.pdf
Grade Level:Both
TEKS:4.9(A), 4.9(B), 4.9(C), 4.20(A), 4.20(B), 4.20(C), 4.21(A), 4.21(B), 4.21(C), 4.21(D), 4.22(E), 4.21(E), 4.22(A), 4.22(B), 4.22(C), 4.22(D), 4.23(A), 7.9(A), 7.9(B), 7.9(C), 7.10(A), 7.10(B), 7.20(A), 7.20(B), 7.20(C), 7.20(D), 7.20(E), 7.21(A), 7.21(B), 7.21(C), 7.21(D), 7.21(E), 7.21(F), 7.21(G), 7.21(H), 7.22(A), 7.22(B), 7.22(C), 7.22(D), 7.23(A), 7.23(B)
Topics:Progressive Era, Texas in the 1920s, Great Depression, World War II, Texas Since World War II

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