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INTEGRATED LITERACY

ASSIGNMENT
GLCE: 8-U4.2.3
SST 309, 03 Stonerock, ILA

8-U4.2.3
Westward Expansion: Explain the expansion, conquest, and
settlement of the West through the Louisiana Purchase, the
removal of American Indians (Trail of Tears) from their native
lands, the growth of a system of commercial agriculture, the
Mexican-American War, and the idea of Manifest Destiny.

COMMON CORE
Common Sense for Common Core
Oakland Unified School District

TeachingHistory.org

LOUISIANA PURCHASE
History Alive!
Covers everything in this GLCE
Lesson book and lesson masters

The Louisiana Expansion


A book of lesson plans specifically about
The Louisiana Purchase
Lesson 3-Readers Theater
A play about the conversation to by the
Purchase

LOUISIANA PURCHASE
Westward Expansion Resource Box
National Geographic, Go West!

Westward Expansion and Migration

LOUISIANA PURCHASE
The Historical Audacity of the

Louisiana Purchase

TRAIL OF TEARS
Mountain Windsong
Lesson plan by Patsy Hamby

Map of Indian Reservations


FACES Magazine

TRAIL OF TEARS
What Was the Trail of Tears?

The Trail of Tears

TRAIL OF TEARS
And the Heavens They Cried (Trail of Tears)

COMMERCIAL
AGRICULTURE
Full Steam Ahead I Think: US History
Page 40

MEXICAN -AMERICAN WAR

MEXICAN -AMERICAN WAR


Echoes of the Mexican-American War
The Mexican-American War

Interactive Timeline

REFERENCES

Indian Reservations. (n.d.). In Library of Congress. Retrieved October 10, 2014

Hansen, M. (2010, September). Following the Footsteps of our Cherokee Ancestors. FACES, 27(1), 38-39.

(2009, 2014). Trail of Tears: What Was the Trail of Tears? PBS Learning Media. Retrieved October 7, 2014.

Jamison, Gayla. The Trail of Tears: Georgia Stories. PBS Learning Media. Retrieved October 7, 2014.

First People of American and First People of Canada. (n.d.). And The Heavens They Cried (Trail of Tears).

Coletti, S., & Corr, K. (2009). I Think: U.S. History, Westward Expansion (pp. 40-47). N.p.: InspirEd Educators.

Bieber, J & Delan, Dalton. (2013). The Mexican-American War. PBS Learning Media. Retrieved October 7,

2014.

The U.S.-Mexican War. Interactive Timeline. (2006). In PBS.org. Retrieved October 7, 2014

REFERENCES

Libura, K. M., Morales Moreno, L., & Marquez, J. (2004). Echoes of the Mexican-American War. Toronto, Canada:

Groundwood Books.

(2014). In Common Sense for Common Core. Retrieved October 7, 2014

(2014). In Oakland Unified School District. Retrieved October 10, 2014

(2014). In TeachingHistory.org. Retrieved October 10, 2014

Hart, D. (2011). History Alive! The United States Through Industrialism. Palo Alto, CA: Teacher's Curriculum Institute.

Suiter, M. C. (2001). The Louisiana Expansion. St. Louis, MO: The Curators of the University of Missouri.

Go West Across America with Lewis and Clark. (2012). In National Geographic. Retrieved October 10, 2014

Barden, C., & Backus, M. (2011). Westward Expansion and Migration. N.p.: Mark Twain Media Inc.

Walton, Judy. (2013, February 7). The historical audacity of the Louisiana Purchase. TED-Ed. Retrieved October 7,

2014.

Conley, R. C. (1995). Mountain Windsong. N.p.: University of Oklahoma Press.