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Overview In this experience, students interact with vocabulary words that they will encounter throughout Unit 1: Texas Geography and Its Indigenous People. Estimated duration: 30-40 minutes Vocabulary words: Objective
In this experience, students interact with vocabulary words that they will encounter throughout Unit 1: Texas Geography and Its Indigenous People.
Estimated duration: 30-40 minutes
Welcome to Texas Studies. First you will learn about the different physical regions of Texas: Mountains and Basins, Great Plains, North Central Plains, and Coastal Plains. Then you will learn about some of the Texas Indian tribes who lived in the state before the European explorers arrived.
This lesson builds your vocabulary with words you will use in this unit. The words are:
Bluebonnets in Texas Hill Country
A region is an area of land that is unified by a common characteristic, such as a government, a language, or common climate patterns. Texas can be divided into different types of regions:
Which of the following is a region? There is more than one correct answer.
Based on the types of regions listed for students in the definition, all the options can be classified as regions. Ask students to predict which type of region each option is.