Canadian Immigration Research Project
Students will explore the changing nature of Canadian immigration by researching the immigration experience of one cultural group.
Students will investigate:
• Settlement patterns
• Push and pull factors
• Traditions and celebrations
• Contributions to Canada
Cover Pages included:
*Alternatively, students can choose a template with space for their own drawing (particularly if their country of choice is not listed).
The file shows a photo of what the finished project might look like. Each student will need a file folder to put together their project. Students will compose a research report with a title page, vocabulary definitions, four paragraphs, and a works cited page. Each paragraph will contain a topic sentence, three detail sentences, and a closing sentence. The project guides students through the process of research and paragraph writing.
This packet includes:
• Instructions for assembling the project
• Project title page - with options for several different countries and an option with room for students to draw their own picture
• Marking sheet with criteria - options with and without marks assigned
• Vocabulary activity
• 2 pages of research planning templates
• 5 pages of draft templates (1 for each section of the project)
• Works cited template
• 2 pages of writing paper for the final copy
One buyer said:
"I absolutely love this resource. I have used it with my students several times now, and it makes for amazing pieces of writing."
This project is classroom-tested and aligned with the Big Ideas and content for the redesigned BC curriculum for Grade 5 Social Studies. This packet does not contain information about Canada or cultural groups. You will have to guide your students to appropriate books or websites.
Looking for more Canadian immigration resources? Check out my Canadian Immigration Interview!
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