Short Title 8th gr Soc Studies
Long Title The New Republic of the U.S.: 1789- 1815
Description During this time period the new federal government had to prove that the Constitution drafted in 1787 would work, that republicanism was capable of existing over a vast area, and set up new domestic and foreign policies. Washington, Adams, Jefferson and Madison, also faced a number of external threats with other countries. Join us to see how the STAAR assessed the TEKS over this time period and strategies that can be used to help your students master the content.
PDAS Objectives
TTESS Codes 1.1,1.2,1.4,2.2
TPESS Codes
Credit Type CPE
Audience Teachers
Applicable Grades 7, 8

Session Schedule


Session Start End Schedule Venue City Location Duration
065023 12/05/2017 08:30am 12/05/2017 03:30pm 0830 am - 03:30 pm In Person Only Kilgore, TX Region 7, Birch Room 06:00
Workshop Fees For Coop Members Only
Fee Waived for members of Academic Content Coop
Fee Waived for members of Accountability
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Presenter Cheri Hood, B.S., Region 7 Social Studies Specialist
Registration Deadline 11/29/2017 08:30am
Message This workshop is open to 7th and 8th grade teachers whose schools are members of the Academic Content Co-op or are an IR school. If you require special accommodations to participate in this training, please click here.
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For Workshop Information Contact: For Registration Information Contact:
Ms. Cheri Hood Ms. Katherine Meadows
Region 7 ESC Region 7 ESC
chood@esc7.net kmeadows@esc7.net
(903)988-6753 (903)988-6758
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