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Texa Mexican Language and Culture

Students analyze the language selected by the author that situates the story "The Jumping Tree" by Renn Saldana in the region of Texas. They describe and list the differences between a "Texas Mexican" and "Texan" according to the author. Students define the term "Chicano" and identify some people and movements that contributed to it's development.

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6th - 8th
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English Language Arts
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