Texas AFT

Texas AFT represents more than 65,000 school employees. We represent the interests of teachers, counselors, librarians, diagnosticians, custodians, cafeteria workers, bus drivers, nurses, teaching assistants, clerical employees, and the other men and women who work so hard to make our schools work. We also represent employees in universities, colleges and community colleges. We include 38 local unions and regional offices, and we are the only Texas school employee organization with a significant number of local unions and offices organized to provide direct representation for educators and school employees.

Texas AFT is affiliated the American Federation of Teachers and the AFL-CIO. Visit our website.

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2017
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This is a great lesson plan for early elementary or special populations. It has loads of resources for lesson extensions as well as a home to school...
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  • Science
  • Middle School
Mealworms are used to test student hypothesis about which stimuli will cause a mealworm to move backwards most often. It involves scientific method...
Texas AFT
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2017
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  • Students with Disabilities
  • Pre-K, K-2, 3-5, MS, HS
This is a wonderful lesson for second grade students who are reading at a pre-primer/primer level. It is a hands-on lesson and engages the students...
  • Students with Disabilities
  • Pre-K, K-2, 3-5, MS, HS
This document shows how I have structured my days for my students with hearing disabilities. I hope this schedule is useful. The document also...
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2017
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  • English Language Arts
  • Middle School
The student will be able to understand how to make pre-writing notes.</br>The student will be able to learn to identify audience and purpose...
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2017
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  • Math
  • Middle School
In this lesson, the student will add, subtract, multiply and divide. They will also use squares, and square roots as well as research skills.
  • Science
  • 3-5, MS
How do you use magnets? To hold notes on the refrigerator door? To pick up pins or tacks? Did you ever wonder why a magnet works the way it does? Let...
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2017
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  • Math
  • Middle School
The student will describe the characteristics of money.</br>The student will indentify the aspects of a dollar bill.</br>The student will...
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2017
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  • Science
  • Middle School
Experimenting on creating Ice Cream; heat energy
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2017
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  • Social Studies
  • Middle School
Students will learn about goods and services and how to categorize them.