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In this COMPLETE lesson from InspirEd Educators, students will examine data and opposing opinions on modern immigration in order to express their own views on the issues. Lesson warm up, teacher instructions, teacher answers, guiding discussion questions, all student handouts and activities are in
This mini unit covers all the core ideas and terminology your students need to understand about old immigration and new immigration, as well as modern immigration in 5 engaging complete lessons and a bonus flipped class homework assignment!If you find that there's never enough time to cover all the
This summary lesson of U.S. Immigration is perfect as a wrap-up or introduction to the topic, as well as a stand-alone -- if you're short on time. It covers "push" and "pull" factors, demographic changes, important legislation and more.This product is Day 5 in my Immigration Mini Unit.You get:1- A
This relatable lesson has students engaging with teen immigrant stories. It includes, lecture, video, visual and reading to differentiate for all learners.The Product contains:- A FULLY EDITABLE PowerPoint Presentation that walks you through the lesson from start to finish- An embedded video in the
This lesson is meant to teach the Push Pull factors of immigration at the turn of the century but also ask student to compare that experience to the experience of modern immigrants to the United States.Included you will receive:(1) Historical Immigration Accounts(2) Modern Immigration Accounts(3) Pu
This set of learning stations contains four source stations covering "Immigration Trends from 1980-2010."The material for the stations was purposefully chosen to aid students in test prep.The stations are to be printed out and hung around the room for students to examine, then transition to the next
This presentation is designed to work within a U.S. History or Government classroom. I also offer a set of accompanying scaffolded notes to benefit students with IEP needs. This coincides with the other resources for this unit, and outline the most important policy changes to immigration.
This assignment contains four primary sources covering Modern America's Population and Immigration trends. (1.) Projection of People 85 Years and Older in the United States By 2040(2.) At the Beep, Please Leave a Message… Bill Day. Detroit Free Press.(3.) Composition of US Immigration, 1941-1996. (4
NYS CC SS standard 4.6e states that students must research an immigrant group in their local community. Scholastic has provided five examples of students that have had to immigrate to the United States recently, and students are genuinely interested in these personal stories. Attached is a note tak
3rd - 5th
I created this project for a Modern Immigration and Memoir Unit that I am developing for my 8th grade ESL Literacy students. As the project is fully Common Core aligned, this task is appropriate and challenging for the mainstream classroom, as well. As our unit focuses on modern immigration and
Gilded Age Immigration Activity is a perfect, ready-to-use resource that will teach the content, address the standards, and keep your students engaged!Are you teaching about American Immigration during the Gilded Age?Want a fun and engaging lesson filled with all the core content on the Gilded Age?T
Do you want to deepen your students' understanding of the immigration experience?Questions on two poems about immigration and the America dream will get your students doing close reading and literary analysis of poetic elements, as well as deeper thinking and discussion about the themes and big idea
Want your students to feel more empathy for people whose lives are not like their own? Even though they might know that opening the “golden door” for those “huddled masses yearning to breathe free” is a foundational value of this country, many students don’t have first-hand experience with immigrat
This 45-page file is a presentation that explains the importance of significant social, economic, and political developments in Georgia since 1970 (as outlined by the Georgia Performance Standard – SS8H12). The presentation includes notes and images related to this standard. There are also several p
Bundle Includes: PowerPoint (73 Slides) Interactive Notes to go with PowerPoint (11 pgs) Study Guide (11 pgs) Assessment Assessment KEY Task Cards Monopoly, investor, corporation, stock, strike,prejudice, sweatshop, labor union, tenements, immigrants, Ellis Island, Angel Island, newsies, Andrew
Early American History and Modern American History, Digital Distance Learning & PrintThis US History BUNDLE includes notes and activities to teach THE ENTIRE CURRICULUM. By purchasing this SUPER bundle, you will save BIG $$$. You will immediately receive a link to a Dropbox Folder where you ca
Condensed lesson summarizing the great wave of immigration from 1880-1920. Topics include: Ellis Island, Angel Island, Mexican Immigrants, Russian Jewish Immigration, Assimilation, Tenements, Chinese Exclusion Act, Positive and Negative impact on the U.S. Includes editable PowerPoint, coordinating s
Powerpoint Interactive Notes to go with Powerpoint Study Guide with vocabulary Assessement Assessment Answer Key Separate but equal, Brown v. Board of Education, Little Rock Nine, Montgomery Bus Boycott, Rosa Parks, civil rights movement, Civil Rights Act of 1964, Voting Rights Act of 1965, The M
This product includes two web-quest resources utilizing the Scholastic Ellis Island website. Activity 1 walks students through the immigration experience through Ellis Island and includes viewing and listening to primary sources. Activity 2 allows students to navigate through an interactive timeli
4th - 10th
This three-week unit, based on the *Virginia Standards of Learning," covers the Industrialization and Immigration of America (1870's to 1890's) following the Civil War. This unit is geared towards middle school students but may be adapted for high school. A unit outline is provided within the firs
Enter the world of factory life as depicted in a short excerpt from Upton Sinclair’s The Jungle and in a modern essay about poultry processing factory workers. Through a fiction and a non-fiction text, students consider issues of immigration and food while analyzing writing techniques. Additionally,
This customer-requested 35-page pack gives you two weeks of Kentucky-specific lessons on settlement and immigration for grade 4. Topics include:The Cumberland GapEuropeans Arrive in KentuckyDaniel BooneKentucky Becomes a State and GrowsImmigrants in KentuckyCountry Research Project Push and Pull Fa
With my students, I've found there's so much misunderstanding surrounding the topic of immigration. This unit is designed to dispel rumors and misinformation about immigration, focusing on the 20th century to today. Students delve deep into the patterns of immigration in US history, critically analy
Turning Points in American HistoryThis series charts the history of the United States during the 19th and 20th centuries by focusing on the causes, events, and consequences of important events or movements in American and world history . All lessons are designed to take between one and two weeks dep

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