Download
texas history early settler motivation for gtt n.
Skip this Video
Loading SlideShow in 5 Seconds..
Texas History: Early Settler Motivation for GTT PowerPoint Presentation
Download Presentation
Texas History: Early Settler Motivation for GTT

Texas History: Early Settler Motivation for GTT

125 Vues Download Presentation
Télécharger la présentation

Texas History: Early Settler Motivation for GTT

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript

  1. Texas History:Early Settler Motivation for GTT Laura Ewing President/CEO Texas Council on Economic Education www.economicstexas.org www.smartertexas.org Laura@economicstexas.org 713-655-1650

  2. GTT Early European and Indian Style Visit www.economicstexas.org Click on “resources” for free Texas economics books

  3. TCEE Teaches teachers who teach students who are the future of Texas Provides interesting hands-on lessons that develop critical thinking skills for students in Economics, Social Studies, Math, and Career/Technical Education classes.

  4. This workshop and the accompanying materials are made available to teachers through the generous support of  State Farm and the Council for Economic Education.

  5. Economics Challenge • Fall and Spring Online Testing In Micro, Macro and International Economics • Adam Smith Division 2nd place national champs Bellaire HS 2010/3rd 2012 • David Ricardo Division 3rd place national champs Plano HS 2010/4th place 2012 • State competition all online this year

  6. Personal Financial Literacy Challenge • Middle and High School • Fall and spring online challenges will determine state finalist candidates • “State Play-Offs” in Austin with cash awards for two top teams • HS national finals at Fed in St. Louis • Bellaire HS Houston 2nd in nation 2012

  7. Stock Market Game ™InvestWrite Teams of 2 to 5 students Grades 4 to 12 Cost: $10 a team 10 week Student Session

  8. www/economicstexas/org How Do You Get These Materials? www.economicstexas.org

  9. Select either Browse Economics Concepts Or Browse Economics Lessons Select Grade Band

  10. Selected lesson

  11. To Receive VE4.0, Please Complete and Turn In- 1. A Registration form with the date, location and title of the workshop written in at the top of the form. Your state council on economic education or local center for economic education director has indicated you as someone who has recently attended a training on the use of one of our materials. As such, we would like to know about your experience with both our training and our product. Please take the time to fill out the following survey. 1. Overall, how effective will this publicationbe in helping you plan instruction? (1 = Useless, 3 = Somewhat Effective, 5 = Very Effective) 1 2 3 4 5 2. 2 evaluation forms with the date, location and title of the workshop written in at the top of the form. The evaluation begins with…

  12. Where Would You Settle? You are early Texas citizens who have come from across the sea. You wander from place to place finding the most suitable way to make a living possible. Think: Look at the map and decide where you would travel. Why? Where would you settle and why? Pair: Share answers in groups of 2 or 3 Share: Share three answers with the class.

  13. What Role Does Geography Play In… 1. how Texans make a living 2. where people settle

  14. Texas Native American Groups: Economic Patterns What products do you like to use? Where do these products come from? How do they get to you? How do you acquire these products?

  15. Matagorda Bay • Look at the map. Where is Matagorda Bay? • Why is this an important topic of discussion?

  16. Vocabulary How would you write a sentence using all of the terms below for the early Native Americans? Economics Goods Services Bartering

  17. Economic Patterns 1. You will be given a section to read. 2. As you read, think of these questions: A. What economic patterns did various tribal groups have in early Texas? B. What factors led some tribal groups to move around Texas? C. How extensive was trading among early Texas tribal groups?

  18. Placemat Read your selection from page 15 and 19. Answer the questions on the previous slide by drawing the answers in one square of the paper. Discuss your answers. Three people share their answers. Using the center section, draw the common answers that the Indians shared.

  19. Process How do the economic patterns of the Indians differ from yours? Food, shelter, distribution, transportation, etc. How are they the same?

  20. European Exploration of Texas: Economic MotivationSpanish and Many French came to Texas in the 1500 and 1600’s. How would you use these terms in two sentences to describe the Europeans moving to Texas? Scarcity, expeditions, resources, convert, conquistador, pelts, strait, interview.

  21. Thank you to our sponsors

  22. Placemat Read your selection from page 15 and 19. Answer the questions on the previous slide by drawing the answers in one square of the paper. Discuss your answers. Three people share their answers.