Great activity for introducing your immigration/urbanization unit!
Students get moving by rotating through eight immigrant discovery stations. Each station features a different immigration photograph. As students rotate through the stations, they are required to answer photo-specific questions to ensure participation and engagement. Student response pages are provided for students to keep track of their work.
Everything is ready to print and includes:
Immigration Station Photographs:
8 authentic immigration photographs from the late 1800s and early 1900s are included. Each photograph highlights a different aspect of immigration during that time period. The station posters can be blown up to a larger size, or multiple copies of each poster can be made for each station. For classrooms with access to technology, the photographs can be displayed using iPads or computers.
Discovery Station Student Response Pages:
As students move through each station, they are required to answer two questions for each photograph. The questions are specific to the photograph and encourage students to participate and remain engaged throughout the lesson.
Additional U.S. History Discovery Station Lessons:
Lewis and Clark Discovery Stations with DBQ
The Transcontinental Railroad Discovery Stations and DBQ
TpT Purchase Credit:
Each time you provide feedback for a purchase, TpT will award you credits that lower the cost of future purchases. You can find the feedback button beside each purchase on your “My Purchases” page. Feedback can also be used to share successes in the classroom and creative ideas for using the resources purchased.
Want a FREE resource each month? Click on the green star to follow Literacy in Focus, and you will be sent the monthly freebie!
©Literacy In Focus