Presentation on theme: "The Presidents and Problems of the Republic of Texas."— Presentation transcript:
The Presidents and Problems of the Republic of Texas
I DO-Vocabulary: The Presidents & Problems of the Republic of Texas Republic-country
I DO-Notes: Sam Houston’s POV 1 st and 3 rd president of the Republic of Texas. Native American – Native Americans are kind and Texans should make peace with them. Mexican Policy – Mexico has recognized Texas’ Independence. – Texas should not fight with Mexico because it would cost too much money.
I DO-Notes: Sam Houston’s POV Capitol – Houston should be the Capitol because it is a well developed city. Land – Land should be sold to make $ to reduce the debt.
I DO-Notes: Lamar’s POV 2 nd President of the Republic of Texas Native Americans – Native Americans are cruel and Texans should not make peace with them. Mexico – Mexico hasn’t REALLY recognized Texas’ independence. – Texas should still fight Mexico despite how much $ it will cost.
I DO-Notes: Lamar’s POV Capitol – Austin should be the capitol because it is in the center of Texas. Land – Land should be given free to schools and universities.
I DO-Notes: Problems of the Republic of Texas National Debt-Texas had little or no money Relations with Native Americans-No army or navy to really protect Texas from the Native Americans Transportation-Roads were in poor condition throughout the state Education-No free public education Relations with Mexico-Mexico did not respect Texas as an independent nation which made other countries refuse to trade with Texas.
WE DO-Guided Practice: Problems of the Republic Categorization Practice Use your notes to add the Problems of the Republic to your chart. Put the correct category next to each problem. – Political, Economic, Religious, Social, eNvironmental.
YOU DO-Independent Practice: Who Would Say This? Directions: Use your notes about the POV of Houston and Lamar to complete the chart on the next page. Include who would most likely say the quote and what issue or category the quote relates or belongs to.