Lessons for Immigration

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  • Galluping Away - … contemporary America; Understands demographic shifts and the influences on recent immigration patterns; Understands the growth of religious issues in contemporary society … and global economy have influenced the workplace; Understands how recent immigration and migration patterns impacted social and political issues; Understands how …
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  • Prisoner in One's Own Home - … artistic choices made in its creation. Geography- Investigate the Japanese immigration experience to the United States. Why did many people leave … map or series of maps illustrating the settlement of Japanese immigrants prior to, during and after World War II. Global Studies …
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  • Ulster-ior Motives - … the influx of Irish immigrants to the United States beginning in the 19th century. What brought Irish immigrants to the United States …
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  • Grozny on Guard - … most effective in preventing them from escalating? 9. Interview Russian immigrants in your community about their views on the current (and past) conflict in Chechnya, or interview immigrants from a variety of nations about similar crises in their …
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  • When Things Fall Apart - … from 1800 to 1914. Benchmarks: Understands influences on European migration, immigration, and emigration patterns throughout the world between 1846 and 1932 … to 1914. Benchmarks: Understands influences on and consequences of European immigration and settlement; Understands the influence of European imperial expansion on …
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  • The Right to Remain Resilient - … States who have fought for their civil rights (including women, immigrants, different minorities, homosexuals, and the elderly). Why would a group … States deserve the same rights, including convicted criminals and illegal immigrants? Who should make these decisions? - What rights do you feel …
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  • My Home is Not Your Home - … , xenophobia, liquidate, brandish, procreate, usurer Extension Activities: 1. Research the immigration policies of a Western European country of your choice. What are the laws regarding visas, immigration and securing political asylum? How have they changed within the …
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  • Of Human Bondage - … States History Standard 10- Understands how the industrial revolution, increasing immigration, the rapid expansion of slavery, and the westward movement changed … States History Standard 10- Understands how the industrial revolution, increasing immigration, the rapid expansion of slavery, and the westward movement changed …
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  • When Action Speaks Louder Than Words - … contemporary America; Understands demographic shifts and the influences on recent immigration patterns; Understands various influences on American culture; Understands how different … and global economy have influenced the workplace; Understands how recent immigration and migration patterns impacted social and political issues; Understands major …
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  • Separate Lives - … from 1800 to 1914. Benchmarks: Understands influences on European migration, immigration, and emigration patterns throughout the world between 1846 and 1932 … to 1914. Benchmarks: Understands influences on and consequences of European immigration and settlement; Understands the influence of European imperial expansion on …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
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