Lessons for Immigration

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  • Learning About Immigration in North Carolina with A Home on the Field - … and myths exist regarding immigration? What is the history of immigration in the United States? What contributions have immigrants made to the United … protections be offered to immigrants? What Protections Should be Afforded to Immigrants Exploring Possible Reforms Write the words immigration reform on the board … promoting, expanding, or supporting open immigration, to reducing or eliminating immigration altogether on the other extreme. Immigration reform also refers to the various …
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  • Learning About Immigration in North Carolina with A Home on the Field - … and myths exist regarding immigration? What is the history of immigration in the United States? What contributions have immigrants made to the United … .unc.edu/ 28 Exploring Immigrant Working Conditions and Immigration Reform with A Home on the Field Overview Immigrant workers often fill some of … promoting, expanding, or supporting open immigration, to reducing or eliminating immigration altogether on the other extreme. Immigration reform also refers to the various …
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  • The American Mosaic - … information on the reasons for immigration, who the immigrants to the U.S. were, peaks/waves of immigration, methods of transportation and ports … for and success of immigrants, degree of assimilation, what did immigrants find distinctive about America, and laws restricting immigration. California Museum of Photography … some of the contributions made by immigrants. identify patterns of immigration throughout America's history; explain procedures immigrants followed at Ellis Island; recognize …
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  • In the Melting Pot - … a person involved in the immigration process in some way (for example, an immigrant, an immigration lawyer, an Immigration and Naturalization Service social worker, or a worker in a clinic that assists a large immigrant population … in the United States. National Immigration Forum (NIF) (http://www.immigrationforum.org/) defends legal immigration, fights anti-immigrant prejudice, and seeks to preserve …
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  • Home Away from Home - … the immigration issues listed. 5. Research, in small groups, an immigrant population in your community or city; create "immigration profiles" of their assigned immigrant groups. Resources / Materials: -statistical breakdown of immigrant population of … interview someone involved with the legal aspect of immigration (an immigration lawyer or an Immigration and Naturalization Service social worker). What issues does …
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  • Immigration Policy: Past and Present - … historic and present U.S. immigration policy Timeline of U.S. Immigration Policy Timeline of U.S. Immigration Policy 1790 Naturalization rule adopted … immigration status of job applicants. 1996 Immigrants lose benefits. President Clinton signs welfare reform bill that cuts many social programs for immigrants. Legal immigrantsimmigrants responded to discrimination; attitudes toward immigrants). Understands challenges immigrants faced in society in the late 19th century (e.g., experiences of new immigrants
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  • Immigration: That Was Then 1856-1923, This Is Now 2006. - … titled "Immigration: This Is Now 2006" 3. Summary & Discussion: "Immigration: Solutions & Problems" 4. Creative Writing Project: Proposed Immigration Bill 5. Political Cartoon: Immigration to America 6. Final grade based upon "Immigration Rubric … printer. Handouts: 1. "Immigration: That Was Then 1856-1923" 2. "Immigration: This Is Now 2006" 3. "Immigration Rubric" Summary & Discussion: "Immigration: Solutions and Problems …
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  • Crossing Borders, Crossing Time - … to the first great immigration wave? h. What distracted voters from immigration in the 1850s? I. What fears about immigration did Americans have … president in 2008 about immigration or immigration policy. -What laws restricting immigration were passed during this time period? -How were immigrants treated differently under … she documented or undocumented? 3. Analyze primary photographic documents of immigration and immigrants from the turn of the century. Jacob Riis' photography …
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  • Learning About U.S. Immigration With The New York Times - … York Times Related Times Topics Citizenship Illegal Immigrants Immigration and Customs Enforcement (U.S.) Immigration and Emigration Immigration Detention Migrant and Foreign Workers Statue … on films about the immigrant experience. Bloggingheads: Immigration Crackdown Video debate on the deportation of illegal immigrants. A Local Immigration Crackdown Video on a … U.S. immigration throughout history. The National Immigration Forum An immigrants' rights organization that tracks the latest news and legislation regarding immigration in the …
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  • Coming to America - … about reasons why millions immigrated to America, effects of this mass immigration, hardships immigrants faced, and the response to these immigrants. Students will have … Procedural Immigration Vocabulary Reasons millions of Immigrants came to America Research immigration statistics Internet Research Two waves of Immigration Write a report Effects of Immigration … Period Concept: Two waves of Immigration: Old Immigrants/New Immigrants Activities: Independent reading pg. 483 "Old and New Immigrants" from The American Nation textbook …
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