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introduction to the tensions that were taking place in Texas leading up to the Mexican American. war The DBQ is not included in this lesson sequence but can be purchased from The DBQ. Project http www dbqproject com us mini qs php,Essential Questions. What motivates people to immigrate, How does immigration lead to tensions and conflict. How did slavery create conflict in Texas, How did Manifest Destiny lead to conflict between the United States and Mexico. What justifies going to war, Was the United States justified in going to war with Mexico during the Mexican American. Description of Lesson One, This lesson will set up the background for the Mexican American War by exploring the push and.
pull factors that changed the demographics of settlements in Texas This lesson serves to build a. foundational understanding that Mexico s territory extended past its present day borders A. conjunto is used to engage students at the onset of the lesson 95 of students at the school this. lesson was written for are bilingual in English and Spanish but translated lyrics will be provided. During this lesson students will learn that Mexican policies as well as Westward Expansion led. to Anglo American immigrants moving to Texas and altering the demographics there. Historians will be able to summarize the push and pull factors that attracted American. immigrants to Texas prior to the Mexican American War. Margaret Swett Henson ANGLO AMERICAN COLONIZATION Handbook of. Texas Online http www tshaonline org handbook online articles uma01 Uploaded on. June 9 2010 Published by the Texas State Historical Association. Los Fantasmas De Valle Bellos Recuerdos Smithsonian Folkways Recordings 1999. Smithsonian Folkways Web http www folkways si edu los fantasmas del. valle bellos recuerdos beautiful memories latin music track smithsonian. Directions Answer each of these questions in complete sentences Answer each question. starting at mild and working your way to hot, Students will be expected to refer to notes from the first week of class in order to answer these. Mild What does the word immigration mean What does push factors mean What. does pull factors mean, Medium Provide at least 5 examples of push factors Provide at least 5 examples of pull. Hot Explain a situation including push and pull factors that would persuade you to. immigrate from your current home to a different country. Access Prior Knowledge,Conjunto Music, Bellos Recuerdos Beautiful Memories by Los Fantasmas del Valle. As you listen to the song close your eyes and imagine the following. 1 Who is singing this song,2 Where does the singer live. 3 Who are they singing to, 4 When do you think this song was written performed.
5 What time period is the author writing about, Present day Texas was occupied by Native Americans prior to European colonization of. the Americas,Spanish settlements took over,Mexico gained independence from Spain in 1821. At the time the borders of Mexico far surpassed their current boundaries. Show students a map of historic Mexico, What do you think happened that changed the boundaries of Mexico. Extend Prior Knowledge,Reading and Questions,Students will read and take notes on excerpts of. https tshaonline org handbook online articles uma01 to determine the push and pull factors that. influenced Anglo American immigration to Texas from 1821 1836. Students will answer the following questions as they read Teacher will debrief with the class. when students are finished,1 What country was Texas a part of in 1820.
2 What are the names of the 3 settlements in Texas in 1820 Why weren t there more. settlements, 3 What about the cost of land attracted Americans to settling in Texas. 4 What misconception about the Louisiana Purchase was present at the time. 5 How did laws about religion change between the Imperial National and State Colonization. 6 What was the Mexican point of view about slavery Why did they make exceptions for the. depending on the reading level of students in the class and time constraints the teacher may. choose to give students the entire article or excerpts from the article The above questions focus. on the first half of the article,Application,Write an Immigrant Diary Entry. Students will write a diary entry from the point of view of an Anglo American moving to Texas. The entry must include, A specific American state the American was living in. Biographical information about your narrator age name family. At least two problems the American had living in that state. At least two thing the American finds appealing about moving to Texas. At least one fear concern the American has about moving to Texas. Exit Ticket, On a post it note write down one push factor and one pull factor for immigration to Texas Turn. in this post it note on your way out of the classroom. Description of Lesson Two, The purpose of this lesson is to build on the knowledge from the previous lesson regarding the.
influx of immigrants to Texas as a precursor to Texan independence and ultimately the Mexican. America War This lesson will lead students to understand the tensions regarding slavery and. religion between the native Texans and incoming Anglo American immigrants. Historians will be able to describe how immigration to Texas changed the demographics of the. area and caused tensions between old and new residents. CENSUS AND CENSUS RECORDS Handbook of Texas Online. http www tshaonline org handbook online articles ulc01 Uploaded on June 12 2010. Published by the Texas State Historical Association. Dave Frederickson Lone Star Trail Smithsonian Folkways Recordings 1961 Web. http www folkways si edu dave fredrickson lone star trail american folk historical. song music track smithsonian, Directions Answer each of these questions in complete sentences Answer each question. starting at mild and working your way to hot Use your notes from yesterday s reading to answer. these questions, Mild What was the main religion among Mexican Texans What was the main. religion for Anglo Americans, Medium What was the Mexican government s policy regarding slavery How were. laws regarding slavery in Texas different from the Mexican law. Hot What is the significance of these differences What problems might emerge. Access Prior Knowledge,Song Activity Texan Cowboy Song. Teacher will explain yesterday we heard a contemporary song that came from Texas The song. showed us that many resident living in Texas today are proud of their Mexican heritage We are. going to listen to a much older song now to learn about some historical perspectives that existed. about Texas,Lone Star Trail Can You Hear It Now, Students will listen to the song once Then students will listen to the song while following along.
with the lyrics Finally students will have time to answer the following questions in their notes. 1 Who would be singing this song,2 Where would they be singing it. 3 How does this song give you a different image of Texas from the song we heard. 4 How does the comparison between these songs teach you about the effect of immigration. on life in Texas, Class will review answers to the above questions then have a discussion about the following. 1 Were the American immigrants to Texas trying to assimilate with the Mexicans already. living there, 2 What potential problems might emerge from having such different groups of people. living together,Extend Prior Knowledge,Reading and Questions. Teacher explains Yesterday we learned about the reasons that Americans chose to immigrate to. Texas Today you will read more specific figures about the number of immigrants and the racial. make up of those immigrants, Students will use their laptops to access a copy of a narrative about Census data from the Texas.
State Historical Association https tshaonline org handbook online articles ulc01. Students will work in pairs to create a chart graph that synthesizes their findings about. immigration to Texas The graphic should include as much of the following information as. What is the trend in the population in 1744 1792 1806 1826 1831 1836 1845. How do racial demographics change over these years. What happens to slave free populations over these years. Where did population changes come from,Application. Write a News Article, For this assignment students will combine their notes from Lesson 1 and Lesson 2 Students will. be instructed to take on the point of view of a reporter in Texas in 1836 and write a news article. that includes the following, What factors are causing the present wave of immigration. What problems are emerging as a result of this immigration. Provide at least 3 pieces of evidence to support your statements. Include at least one graph chart to support your information. Make a prediction about what will happen if immigration does not stop slow. Exit Ticket, Make a T Chart Label one side Old and the other side New How did views about slavery. and religion differ between old and new resident in Texas. Extend Prior Knowledge,Song Activity Remember the Alamo.
Students will read background information about the song as a class and answer the first set of. questions independently, Step 1 Who wrote the song Who is the intended audience How was the song. disseminated What event is being described in the song. Students will listen to the song once and answer the second set of questions with guidance from. the teacher, Step 2 What is the purpose of this song hint consider the title How does the music. reinforce the purpose of the song, Students will listen to the song once again and answer the second set of questions with a partner. Step 3 Whose point of view are the lyrics written in What opinion does the author. share about the purpose of the Alamo What does the song choose to emphasize hint. consider lines that are repeated, Students will watch a video clip detailing the events at the Alamo Texas War for Independence. and answer the following questions, Step 4 Who actually won at the Alamo Does the song sound like it was written from.
the point of view of the losing side for Alamo Why do you think the song uses the lyrics. and music that it does How might the eventual outcome of the war play a part in this. Application,Student Generated War Poster, Create a war poster that could be used during Texas War for Independence to recruit soldiers. The poster should include,The reason for the Texas Revolution. The people who are being asked to join,The people they will be fighting against. A compelling image,A catchy slogan,Exit Ticket, On a post it note submit the slogan that you will use to convince Texans to revolt against Texas. Description of Lesson Three, This lesson builds on the knowledge that students will have about immigration to Texas and.
conflicts regarding slavery religion This lesson serves to teach students about the beliefs. underlying Texas War for Independence through analyzing the song Remember the Alamo. Historians will be able to describe the causes and outcome of the Texas Revolution against. Johnny Cash Remember The Alamo YouTube Web,https www youtube com watch v i79X9jTAfEM. Johnny Cash Remember The Alamo Lyrics Warner Tamerlane Pub Corp 1972 AZ. Lyrics Web 20 July 2015, http www azlyrics com lyrics johnnycash rememberthealamo html. Directions Answer each of these questions in complete sentences Answer each question. starting at mild and working your way to hot, Mild What country was Texas a part of during the time period we have been. Medium Who began immigrating to Texas in the mid 1700 s to mid 1800 s How. were these people different than the Mexicans living in Texas. Hot If you were had been a Mexican living in Texas how would these immigrants. make you feel,Access Prior Knowledge,Think Pair Share. We have read about the immigration to Texas at a time when Texas was still a part of Mexico. The immigrants entering Texas were in large numbers Protestant and slave owners This caused. tension with the Mexicans who were primarily Catholic and did not support slavery. Given what you have studied the last two days do you think it would make sense for Texas to. become its own country separate from Mexico Why or why not. Students will share their answers with a partner then reflect using one of the following sentence. I agree disagree with because,Based on what said I wonder.
I think made a really good point because, Once students have reflected the teacher will call on participants to share their reflections. Description of Lesson Four, This lesson provides students with background information regarding the annexation of Texas in. to America and how that ultimately led to the Mexican American War The lesson focuses on. Manifest Destiny as America s justification for annexing Texas. Historians will be able to explain how America s belief in Manifest Destiny contributed to the. start of the Mexican American War, Ghast John American Progress 1972 Library of Congress Picturing History Web. http picturinghistory gc cuny edu item php item id 180. Gardner Mark and the Muleskinners Uncle Sam s Song to Miss Texas 2007 Web. http www amazon com Uncle Sams Song Miss Texas dp B0014NB0YC. Tinnemeyer Andrea Embodying the West Lyrics from the US Mexican War. Journals KU University of Kansas Libraries, Directions Answer each of these questions in complete sentences Answer . Westward Expansion and Manifest Destiny through the Mexican American War The Basics Subject Area and or Course Title Westward Expansion and Manifest Destiny through the Mexican American War Targeted Grade Level 8 Time Required Four 90 minutes lessons additional time for DBQ if desired Related Standards California State Standards for 8th Grade History and Social Studies 8 5 2 Know

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