Links to websites and phone apps that relate to Texas History.
Interactive Websites and Apps
The assassination of President John F. Kennedy in Dallas on November 22, 1963 devastated the nation and stunned the world. Fifty years later, President Kennedy is being remembered with exhibits, books, films, and other commemorative events being held around the world and on the Internet. But what happened to the Kennedys that day is only part of the story. Also shot was Texas Governor John Connally, who eventually recovered from his injuries.
A website dedicated to the court case Hernandez v. Texas, that includes a case summary, teacher resources, a video, links, and information to break down the decision.
A website dedicated to the case Delgado v. Bastrop ISD, that includes a case summary, resources, a video, and a break down of the decision.
This site will provide you with information on curriculum, assessment, rules, etc. We welcome any suggestions you may have that will improve this site for individuals working to provide high quality social studies programs for students.
This website includes a selection of interactive games which can be played individualy on a computer or as a class using an interactive whiteboard or smartboard.
Interactive Game from Texas LRE How a Bill becomes a Law in Texas can be played on a computer or using an interactive whiteboard or smartboard.
Students will have a great time learning the Pledge of Allegiance, using this interactive game. The game can be played individually on a computer or as a class using an interactive whiteboard or smartboard.
The All Rise Game will help both 4th and 7th grade students to understand the Texas Court System. The game can be played on a computer or by a class using an interactive whiteboard or smartboard.
A collection of Interactive games designed for use in the classroom. Topics include the Branches of Government, The Constitution and Bill of Rights, Responsibility, Seperation of Powers, and Budjeting.