This WWII unit includes two videos of a veteran speaking about his war experiences, questions to go with the videos, a lesson plan and an activity.
In this KACV educational unit, students will learn about the Holocaust through firsthand video accounts, a lesson plan and a presentation.
In this KACV educational unit, students will learn about how efforts to help win World War II forced many American civilians to migrate.
Through this KACV educational unit, students will learn about the effectiveness of United States propaganda used in World War II.
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The Texas Dust Bowl
This Library of Congress group includes photographs, recorded music, and song lyrics that document the daily ordeals of rural migrant families from the Great Plains during a decade marked by both the Dust Bowl and the Great Depression. Use it to help your students write and illustrate the struggles Texas families went through.
Show your students the impact of the Dust Bowl on the lives, livelihoods, interactions, and migrations of every day Texans through the creation of a three-part series of letters written in first-person perspective to an East Coast friend. Through creation of the letters students will evaluate significant events in the following three periods: the beginning of the Dust Bowl droughts, the worst part of the droughts, and the resulting resolution of the droughts.
More Lesson Plans
Teachers help your students learn more about the dust bowl in Texas.
Dust Bowl Echoes Blog
Amarillo Globe Dust Bowl Articles
Dust Bowl recollections from Perryton, TX
Dust Bowl resources from West Texas A&M University, Cornette Library, Canyon, TX Woody Guthrie Center and Tour, Pampa, TX