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.

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2017
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The students will become aware of the parts of a model rockets and will construct a model rocket. Students will also learn 4 Forces of Flight: LIFT...
  • Science
  • 3-5, MS
We will learn about the life cycle of the stars to increase understanding about correlated life cycle in general. We will learn to describe the...
Texas AFT
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2017
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  • Science
  • 3-5, MS
Guided exploration of erosion; slow and rapid flow of water; gentle and steep inclines; gravity's role in erosion
  • Middle School
Earth While studying weather meteorology in science class, your students will always jump at the chance to gather weather data and apply their...
Texas AFT
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2017
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  • Science
  • MS, HS
To identify the properties and names given to types of mixture, determine boiling and freezing points and to observe the factors that affect...
Texas AFT
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2017
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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...
  • 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...
Texas AFT
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2017
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  • Science
  • Middle School
Experimenting on creating Ice Cream; heat energy
  • Science
  • Middle School
This is a project lesson plan but can be used in afterschool or tutoring program
  • Science
  • Middle School
In this lesson, students identify the properties of bases and acids. They also perform a lab testing unknown substances with an indicator (litmus...