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UNIVERSALDAILY LESSON PLAN TEMPLATESOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENTINSTRUCTOR:Kent HaywardTopicCattle Boom & Cowboy CultureClassTexas HistoryCo teachX ESLXPreAP/AVIDXRegularDate3-5 days from 02/01/2018Daily Content Objective:(Student-friendly, adapted from TEKS)Define and trace the boom and bust cycles in TexasTrace the development on the cattle industry in TexasExplain cowboy culture & contrast “Hollywood” with real cowboys7.7BLanguage Objective:(Student-friendly, adapted from ELPS)I will write about the difference between cowboys in reality andin Hollywood. I will complete a graphic organizer about thecattle boom. I will answer 10 questions about the cattle boomafter reading about it. I will complete a final project thatincludes art, map making, first person living history. I willcompare and contrast Hollywood versus real cowboys.Key VocabularyRanching- raising herds of cattle, sheep, horses, etc on fenced offpiece of land.Vaqueros- Spanish for Cowboy-Spanish explores began bringingcattle to Texas and brought their cowboy knowledge.Cattle drive- taking a herd of cattle along a trail in order to take themto market.Range- large area of land/space.Open range- open, unfenced land anyone could graze their animalson.

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