Angel & Ellis Island - Comparing the Different Immigration Stations

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10th - 12th
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Students will compare and contrast primary source documents to determine the different purposes of Angel and Ellis Island and how immigrants were treated at each station. Students will learn about the following concepts and vocabulary terms:

Angel Island

Ellis Island

Port of Entry

Nationality

Push and Pull Factors

Nativism

Demographic Patterns

Chinese Exclusion Act

Immigration Act of 1891

This comes with a completed lesson plan, a powerpoint with a warm-up, closure, instructions, primary source documents, and a reflection handout for students.

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5 Documents
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Teaching Duration
90 minutes
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